Jerry Heinzer

Trojan Sports Physical Night

The El Dorado Union High School District and Oak Ridge High Athletic Department requires a current and completed Sports Participation Health Record with a medical physician’s approval each school year. All athletes must have a medical physician’s approval to participate in sports. Clearance for a sport is required to try out, practice and/or participate. Students […]

May 03, 2017 | Posted in Sports | Tagged ,

Oak Ridge lacrosse unblemished in SVL play

Brianne Gross scored five goals and Aly De Caro and Hailey Honaker each added four as Oak Ridge routed visiting Christian Brothers 22-5 to close the regular season home schedule Tuesday night. The onslaught started 19 seconds after the opening draw and ended 40 seconds before the final horn. In all, eight Trojans found the […]

May 03, 2017 | Posted in Sports | Tagged ,

Trojan baseball squeezes out win

Oak Ridge walk-off salvages series If something’s worked before, it can work again. Reinacting strategy that won a key playoff game last year, Cameron Allie’s suicide squeeze plated Friday’s only run in the bottom of the seventh as Oak Ridge walked-off the 1-0 Sierra Foothill League victory over Granite Bay. With pitchers putting zeros up, […]

May 03, 2017 | Posted in Sports | Tagged ,

Lady Trojans get SFL split

Oak Ridge hosted both Woodcreek and Del Oro in a Sierra Foothill League tri-meet Wednesday and despite solid individual performances, came away with just one varsity win by the Lady Trojans who upended their Golden Eagle counterparts 70-65. Oak Ridge held out top distance runner Maddy Denner as an injury precaution but sister Elena came […]

April 26, 2017 | Posted in Sports | Tagged ,

Oak Ridge baseball takes 3rd at Boras Classic

SACRAMENTO — Oak Ridge starting left-hander Robert Gasser and three relievers combined to hold Stockdale to two hits as the Trojans won the North bracket’s third/fourth place game of the Boras Classic at McAuliffe Field Thursday — the Trojans best-ever showing at the 5 year-old tournament. Gasser pitched the first three innings, yielding one hit […]

April 19, 2017 | Posted in Sports | Tagged ,

Trojans suffer painful ovetime setback

Amador Valley’s sudden-death goal 1:52 into overtime gave the Lady Dons the 12-11 non conference victory over host Oak Ridge Saturday night. The loss overshadowed an epic rally the Lady Trojans pulled off after trailing 11-9 with 71 seconds left in regulation play. Oak Ridge, playing less than 24 hours after defeating rival Granite Bay, […]

April 05, 2017 | Posted in Sports | Tagged ,

Kassis, 4×400 relay 1st at Ruptier

SHINGLE SPRINGS — Oak Ridge varsity Track and Field joined four other area high schools Saturday, including host Ponderosa, for the annual Ron Ruptier Invitational. The Trojans, minus their distance runners and others, competed against a field of 26 teams, including four other Division I schools. Teamwise on the girl’s side, Oak Ridge finished second behind […]

March 29, 2017 | Posted in Sports | Tagged

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