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Troy trounces Vista del Lago

FOLSOM — Four touchdowns in the third quarter led Oak Ridge High School’s varsity football team to a 42-6 victory over Vista del Lago Friday night at Prairie City Stadium in the Week 0 opener for both teams. Leading 14-6 at halftime, the Trojans scored on their first possession in the third quarter with running back […]

No Comment / August 27, 2012 | Posted in Sports | Read More »

Blue Devils scorch opponents

El Dorado Hills Blue Devils U15 boys soccer team celebrates its tourney win. Pictured are: back, left to right: Coach Eric Davidson, Connor Gann, Cameron Madsen, Sam Miller, Cole Rickard, Jack Davidson, Reese Benson, Trevor Engle and Assistant Coach Dan Streetman; front, left to right: Austin Streetman, Max Dillard, Andrew Greer, Brandon Bollengier, Josh Mouzis, Matt Fehr and Mitch Hauser. Courtesy photo

By Jay Thomas The El Dorado Hills Blue Devils U15 boys soccer team took part in the Fair Oaks Select Cup Soccer Tournament, Aug. 11-12, and came home as champions in the top division. The Blue Devils defeated the Elk Grove Earthquakes 1-0 on a goal by Andrew Greer with a shut-out by goalkeeper Connor Gann […]

No Comment / August 24, 2012 | Posted in Sports | Read More »

Ethos U10 team brings home the trophies

The Ethos U10 Boys Blue team won its last two tournaments, beating some tough competition. Courtesy photo

By Jennifer Ostrode   The U10 Boys Blue team brought home the coveted first-place trophy at the Juventus Tournament of Champions on Aug. 3-5. This is one of the most prestigious tournaments in Northern California and the boys fought hard to come out on top. After tying Turlock 0-0 in their first game, the boys went […]

No Comment / August 22, 2012 | Posted in Sports | Read More »

Ethos Soccer makes great strides

The Ethos U14 soccer team poses with exhchange players Dennis and David Wei, third and fourth from left in the front row. Next year temas plan to travel to China to visit schools and possibly complete a humanitarian project. Courtesy photo

One year ago they didn’t have practice fields or even entry into the area competitive league, but midway through Ethos soccer club’s inaugural season the approximately 100 kids that comprise eight competitive teams of U10- U14 players are shining in regional tournaments while living the organization’s creed of “character, commitment and community.” With a staff […]

1 Comment / August 20, 2012 | Posted in Sports | Read More »

Taz names scholarship recipients

By Patty Pope The El Dorado Hills Tasmanian Devils Swim Team recently nominated four college scholarship recipients: Taz swimmers and 2012 Oak Ridge High School graduates Eric Rohrer, Amanda Jones, Taylor Wetzel and Megan Moestopo. “This year the Scholarship Committee recommended that we do not stick to just two scholarships, which is the norm for […]

No Comment / August 20, 2012 | Posted in Sports | Read More »

Sand, surf and a silver finish for the Sparks

Sparks players Abby Morgado, Kendel Gisin, Juliet Dias, Laci Smith, Julin Kennison, Grace Stiveson, Kendall Hoffman, Nate Gulbransen (team mascot) Luci Gulbransen, Ainsley Smith and Ashley Abel showed admirable spirit at the Breakers Cup competition. Courtesy photo

By Kim Gisin The Prospector Soccer Club U11 girls’ competitive team Sparks played at Santa Cruz’ Breakers Cup, narrowly missing a championship victory. Starting off at an early morning game and a heavy marine layer, the Sparks came out ready to play against Walnut Creek’s Tsunami. Combining goals by Julin Kennison and Kendel Gisin, and […]

No Comment / August 13, 2012 | Posted in Sports | Read More »

Storm falls to Chinese Taipei

Sierra Valley Storm Manager Ryan Rodriguez, along with coaches Jim Gasser and Mark Denholm, pose with their players Phil Apodaca, Trenton Denholm, Robert Gasser, Evan Gibbons, Connor Harrison, Bryce Kirk, Jake Martin, Jacob O'Donnell, Brady Rodriguez, Patrick Smith, Nate Thimjon and Johnny Welch. Courtesy photo

 By Geoff Smith The Sierra Valley Storm 12’s incredible run this summer reached its peak last Thursday night in the Bronco World Series Championship game against perennial power Chinese Taipei. The Storm was a perfect 5-0 going into this game, and after outscoring opponents 64-12 in 5 games, they knew they had the firepower to […]

No Comment / August 13, 2012 | Posted in Sports | Read More »