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Swimming: Trojans dominate Bruins in dual meet

SHINGLE SPRINGS — Ponderosa High’s varsity swim program hosted Oak Ridge Wednesday for a Delta River League and intra-county showdown. The visiting Trojans led the way in most categories, as the boys beat the Bruins 139-50, while the Lady Trojans downed their counterparts 119.5-69.5. Oak Ridge’s boys and girls seized victory in all relay events, dominating […]

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Swimming: Oak Ridge wins tri-league meet

Brandon Mills continued to roll for the Oak Ridge High boys swim team. The senior took first place in the 200 IM with a time of 2:01.36, and the 100 breaststroke at 1:01.61 in Wednesday’s Delta River League tri-meet with intra-county rival Ponderosa and Sheldon at the CSD pool. Oak Ridge beat Sheldon, 153-18, in […]

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Schedule: Feb. 22-28, 2017

Wednesday, Feb. 22 Girls soccer Section playoffs D-I: OR @ Enochs, 3 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 23 Girls basketball Section playoffs D-I, D-IV second round, tbd Friday, Feb. 24 Lacrosse OR boys @ De La Salle, 7:30 Carondelet @ OR girls, 7:30 Girls soccer Section playoffs Second round, tbd Swimming OR Invite, CSD Tennis OR @ […]

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Message from the GM: November 2016

Updates The Cameron Park Community Services District is busy reviewing the use of its parks/open spaces and ensuring the community’s needs are being met. The CSD’s parks/open spaces consist of a total of 143.1 acres. This includes the following developed parks/facilities: Cameron Park Community Center (and aquatic center), Cameron Park Lake, Christa McAuliffe Park and Rasmussen Park. The open […]

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Thanks, DSA

EDITOR: With all the craziness involving police officers going on in the U.S., I would like to bring something positive to the conversation. I recently graduated from Valley Christian Academy in Roseville and heard that the Deputy Sheriffs Association in El Dorado County was giving out scholarships. Even though I had sent in my request after the DSA […]

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Heinz-sight: Missing

The first installment on payment for last year’s April vote by the Sac-Joaquin Section Board of Managers to move prep soccer to the winter season is deducted this fall as boy’s teams are on hold for several months. No more late-afternoon, early-evening matches under Indian Summer-like conditions to enjoy as the leaves turn. Conversely, no […]

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Taz swimmers end summer season

WOODLAND — The strongest El Dorado Hills Tasmanian Devils swim team members competed at the Meet of Champions in Woodland last weekend, bringing together 1,000 of the fastest swimmers from 49 recreational swim teams across the Sacramento/El Dorado/Placer and San Joaquin areas. Taz head coach Jenn Soto explained the goal of MOC is to focus […]

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