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Junior Trojan players become All Stars

El Dorado Hills seventh-graders Nate Otto, JT Eichorn, Blake Sale, Jacob Walter and Jack Laing, left to right, were selected to be on the 2012 Sierra "Team Sacramento" All Star football team. Photo courtesy of Candace Laing
El Dorado Hills seventh-graders Nate Otto, JT Eichorn, Blake Sale, Jacob Walter and Jack Laing, left to right, were selected to be on the 2012 Sierra "Team Sacramento" All Star football team. Photo courtesy of Candace Laing

Congratulations are in order to five El Dorado Hills Junior Trojans. Seventh-graders Nate Otto, JT Eichorn, Blake Sale, Jacob Walter and Jack Laing were selected to be on the 2012 Sierra “Team Sacramento” All Star football team.

Sixty-four teams from all over the United States and Canada representing their state/province battle in a single elimination tournament to see who is the national champion. There are three divisions: eighth grade, seventh grade and sixth grade.

More than 6,000 athletes representing thousands of youth leagues participate in the championship. They play on a national stage on “The Road to The Dome” (finals played in San Antonio’s Alamodome the weekend of the US Army All-American Bowl) to become the national champion.

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