WORKING UP AN APPETITE — John Mansoor and Amjed Aboukhadijeh of El Dorado Hills and Kevin Pool of Folsom joined 28,000 fellow runners in the 17th annual Thanksgiving Run to Feed the Hungry on Thursday. It may have been one of the coldest Thanksgivings in Sacramento’s history, but all three men brought home gold. Pool, 27, finished in just over […]
NOR CAL CHAMPS — The El Dorado United U-10 competitive girls teams Luna and Sol came out on top in Northern California’s State Cup Nov. 21. Both teams had tough matches but went on to win the championships in their respective divisions.
Two El Dorado Hills youth wrestlers had an experience they won’t soon forget. Jared Horstman and Kaden West met 2008 Olympic wrestling gold medalist Henry Cejudo at the National Wrestling Coaches Association VIP luncheon in Fresno this past weekend. The luncheon was a fundraiser to keep wrestling programs in California in Division I colleges and […]
Oak Ridge High School’s varsity girls basketball team begins pre-season play next week, taking to the court for the first time after winning last year’s state championship upset over the longtime dominant Long Beach Polytechnic. With several strong players returning this year, the team has the means to go far — perhaps even another trip […]
By Jeffrey Weidel Mother Lode News correspondent By most accounts, the ski season was a dramatic success a year ago for Lake Tahoe and other California resorts. According to statistics compiled by the California Travel & Tourism Commission (CTTC), skier visits numbered 7.5 million in the golden state, an increase from the 6.7 million in […]
By Shelly Thorene Mother Lode News SHINGLE SPRINGS – Last Saturday’s Gladiator Challenge Mixed Martial Arts fights at the Redhawk Casino in Shingle Springs were a fine mix of fighters — some with raw talent, some with years of experience and some young fighters out for blood. The three title fights measured up to their billing but […]
OAK RIDGE WRESTLER Vince Waldhauser smiles at parents, teachers and coaches gathered to watch he and softball’s Kasey Stanchek, left, volleyball player Katie Vaughn, gymnast Natasha Sundby and softball player Jenessa Jeppesen sign letters of intent Monday to continue their sports careers in college next fall.