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Trojan boys win Bronco Invite

FAIR OAKS — Oak Ridge track and field teams competed at the 18-team Bella Vista Bronco Invitational Saturday under beautiful weather and mild temperatures. The varsity boys’ team won the invitational with 76 points. The Lady Trojans placed sixth with 36 points. The Trojan frosh/soph boys finished in ninth place with 19 points. Many Oak Ridge […]

Comments Off / April 27, 2015 | Posted in Sports | Read More »

Trojans take bite out of Bulldogs

Laut ties own record Oak Ridge pole vaulter Austin Laut tied his own state-leading height at Wednesday’s Sierra Foothill league meet against Folsom, one of many highlights in the Trojans sweep of the Bulldogs. Laut’s 16 feet, 2 inches leads California prep levels. The old school mark was from Brian Hanson at 15 feet, 6 inches in 2010. Scorewise, […]

Comments Off / April 23, 2015 | Posted in Sports | Read More »

Laut ties pole vault record

Oak Ridge pole vaulter Austin Laut cleared the bar at 16 feet for a new personal and school record at Friday’s 4th annual Cougar Coed Relays at El Dorado High’s Harvey E. West Stadium. Entering the event, Laut was tied for second in California at 15 feet, 10 inches. Marina’s Jeff Gordon had the top […]

Comments Off / March 29, 2015 | Posted in Sports | Read More »

Oak Ridge wraps up positive cross-country seasons

The Oak Ridge cross country athletes competed well at the section championships on Nov. 15 at the Willow Hills near Folsom High School. The varsity girls’ team placed seventh  in the Division 1 race with 173 points. The team was lead by Arial Hendrickson and Mikhayla Polivka, who placed 17th and 31st, respectively. Arial, who earned a medal, and […]

Comments Off / November 17, 2014 | Posted in Sports | Read More »

Cross Country: Lady Trojans win league title

The Oak Ridge varsity girls cross country team, seen here at an earlier meet, took home the Sierra Foothill League title last week. Front left to right: Mikhayla Polivka and Elena Denner, back left to right: Kayla Renner, Sarah Dolley, Arial Hendrickson, Maddy Denner, Gloria Dabiri and Peyton Wright.  Courtesy photo

ROCKLIN — The Oak Ridge varsity girls’ team put in a stellar performance Friday to win the Sierra Foothill League finals and earn the league banner. The Lady Trojans varsity girls scored 45 points to beat Woodcreek by eight points and the majority set significant personal bests for 5,000 meters on a rainy evening in Rocklin’s Johnson-Springview Park. Freshmen Elena and Maddy Denner had […]

Comments Off / November 02, 2014 | Posted in Sports | Read More »

Strong D’back, Trojans’ showing

Varsity boys Drew Spencer, Blake Fabian, Bret McNamee and Rohan Nalawadi raced well in Clovis. Courtesy photo

Yack 1st in Division III/IV race FRESNO — The Union Mine and Oak Ridge cross country teams competed at last weekend’s 36th Clovis Invitational at Woodward Park. In the Division III/IV girls race, Union Mine took 2nd as a team with 70 points. Leading the way in first place was Michaela Yack with a time […]

Comments Off / October 13, 2014 | Posted in Sports | Read More »

Trojans do well at Stanford run

PALO ALTO — The Oak Ridge varsity boys and girls cross country teams competed at the recent prestigious 41st Stanford Invitational at the university golf course. Teams from throughout California and non-California teams were in attendance that featured many of the top high school and collegiate cross country athletes in the nation. The Trojan boys placed […]

Comments Off / September 30, 2014 | Posted in Sports | Read More »

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