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Trojans’ near stunner in Folsom ends in heartbreak

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Oak Ridge to take on Burbank in first round FOLSOM — Host Folsom turned to its potent offense for two touchdowns in the final six minutes Friday, erasing a 10-point deficit, to overcome upset-minded Oak Ridge 35-31 to close the Delta River League regular season. Trojan coach Eric Cavaliere’s pre-game prediction that “the team that […]

No Comment / November 07, 2011 | Posted in Sports | Read More »

Perfect!

Picture perfect — The Rolling Hills Bengal Tigers celebrate their eighth-grade championship. Standing, left to right: Meghan Hayward, coach Amy Pirkl, Megan Priest, Elizabeth Cameron and Kira Chavez. Seated left to right: Nicole Spring, Emily Demure, Olivia Reid, NoelleTsivikas, Savanah Schroeder and Hannah Stellmacher. Courtesy photo

Rolling Hills volleyball has two amazing seasons Confidence. Teamwork. Determination. You could say the Rolling Hills girls volleyball team has it all … and then some. This year the eighth-grade team won the Foothill Athletic League championship match against rival Camerado Springs in mid-October. But the fact that they won isn’t the most amazing part. […]

2 Comments / November 04, 2011 | Posted in Sports | Read More »

Eclipse Luna ’97 takes tourney

We're No. 1 —€” El Dorado United Eclipse Luna '97 coach Rich Krigger, far left back row, celebrates with Kaci Peel, Gaby Fortino, Tatiana Goldman, Summer Condie, Sydney Rivera, Hannah O’Donnell, Lydia Molitor, Kylie Goyton, Kira Sahaida and coach Ueli Lippuner, left to right, as well as Sarah Huber, Anna Lippuner, Erin Krigger, Ashley Worden, Chris McDaniel and Kelly Krigger, front row left to right. Not pictured are Madison VanOverbeek and Samantha Gerstle.

Ashley Worden scored on a pass from Erin Krigger as time expired in double overtime to secure a thrilling 2-1 win for the EDUSA Eclipse ’97 Luna over Davis Legacy in the championship match of the Lily Nisen Memorial Tournament Oct. 30 in Davis. The Luna scored first at the 5-minute mark of the first half […]

No Comment / November 04, 2011 | Posted in Sports | Read More »

Lady Trojans win Senior Night match

Successful seniors — Oak Ridge varsity volleyball teammates Arden Zuber, Alexa Becker, Stephanie Guest and Haley Simmons, left to right, share a moment during Senior Night. The team beat Folsom in the Tuesday match. Courtesy photo

Host Oak Ridge secured second place in the Delta River League volleyball standings after its 25-22, 25-22, 25-21 victory over Folsom Tuesday evening. The Lady Trojans wrapped up the regular season with an overall record of 19-11, 8-2 in league. Oak Ridge is expecting the No. 2 seed for the playoffs that start this week. […]

No Comment / November 02, 2011 | Posted in Sports | Read More »

Oak Ridge tennis advances in team playoffs

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FOLSOM — Much like the wind that swept through Folsom’s Broadstone Racquet Club Tuesday, Oak Ridge High’s girls tennis team breezed past Napa 7-2 to open the Sac-Joaquin Section Division I team playoffs. The Lady Trojans won four-of-six singles and all three doubles matches from the Monticello Empire League’s second seed. Oak Ridge, the Delta […]

No Comment / November 02, 2011 | Posted in Sports | Read More »

Slightham, Han come up short in Masters golf tournament

Despite a good effort, Oak Ridge's Victoria Han will not move on to the NCGA/CIF State Tournament. File photo

STOCKTON — El Dorado golfer, Jessica Slightham, and Oak Ridge’s Victoria Han, the only county girls to qualify for the Sac-Joaquin Section Masters tournament at The Reserve at Spanos Park Mondy, shot two solid scores on the tough links-style course but they weren’t low enough to move on the to NCGA/CIF State Tournament as individuals. […]

No Comment / November 01, 2011 | Posted in Sports | Read More »

Trojan tennis takes second; Trylovich qualifies for sections

Oak Ridge's Tori Trylovich will go to the Brenda Athletic Club in Turlock this week for individual sections. File photo

Oak Ridge hosts Napa in team playoff match ELK GROVE — St. Francis High’s fall tennis run to an undefeated first-place finish in the Delta River League carried over to last week’s Singles/Doubles Tournament as the Troubadours enjoyed most of the success. Both Oak Ridge and Ponderosa participated at the two-day event at the Laguna […]

No Comment / November 01, 2011 | Posted in Sports | Read More »