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Celebrities, fans enjoy golfing fun in the sun

STATELINE, NEV. — People flocked to the Sierras from all over hoping for autographs, pictures and memories as stars from the athletic world and entertainment industry converged at Edgewood Golf Course in South Lake Tahoe for the 22nd annual American Century Championship Golf Tournament. “This is our Masters. This is our U.S. Open,”  said actor […]

Boreal opening July 23 for Summer Shred

DONNER SUMMIT — Boreal Mountain Resort will spin a chairlift July 23 for skiers and snowboarders to enjoy summer snow in celebration of the new Woodward Tahoe coming in the summer of 2012. Boreal will run the Castle Peak Quad chairlift granting access to an abundance of snow left behind after the record-setting snowfall received […]

El Dorado bats go quiet; Seniors ousted from postseason

ARCATA — Hot hitting ran into hotter pitching Sunday as El Dorado Post 119′s quest to repeat as Area I Senior Legion champion fell short in an 8-0 semifinal loss to Chico at Arcata Ball Park in Humboldt County. El Dorado, which won last year’s Area I title in Davis, managed just six hits: Jerrod […]

El Dorado Post 119 Jrs. to play in Area I Tournament

Hosts all along but thought to be on the outside looking in, the El Dorado Post 119 Junior Legion baseball team will play in this week’s Area I Juniors Tournament after all. El Dorado head coach Brett Robinson has announced that his squad will be among eight teams competing for the opportunity to play for a state championship. […]

Dry Diggins Dolphins win it all

CITRUS HEIGHTS — Saturday the Dry Diggins Dolphins came to win and win they did. In Citrus Heights at the Rusch Park pool, the Dolphins outscored every team, winning the Valley Foothill Competitive Aquatic League title for the first time in several years — and in only the team’s second year as a parent-run organization. […]

Forsberg takes home his richest ever victory in sixth annual Forni Classic

Chris Curtiss brings home $1,000 pure stock victory; Brown scores Late Model payday Saturday was a special night at Placerville Speedway as the evening paid tribute to the late friend of the speedway, Mark Forni. At the end of this much-anticipated night of competition, three different drivers took home the largest winnings of the year […]

Nine medal in NorCal Taekwondo championships

DAVIS, Yolo Co. — Elite Taekwondo USA of Cameron Park recently took competitors to the 2011 Northern California State Championships at UC Davis. It was the final qualifier on the road to the national competition and Junior Olympics as well as team USA tryouts. Athletes competed in sparring, poomsae and sports poomsae. All competitors who qualified […]

Sports schedule: July 18-23

Tuesday, July 17 Baseball Senior Legion El Dorado @ Reno Knights (doubleheader) Wednesday, July 20 Baseball Senior Legion El Dorado @ Reno Sun Devils, (doubleheader) Saturday, July 23 Swimming El Dorado Hills Tasmanian Devils @ Broadstone Barracudas Park Terrace Penguins @ Sierra Sharks, Cameron Park CSD pool Dolphins @ VFCAL Champs meet, Rusch Park, Citrus […]

Senior Legion topples Napa to reach semis

ARCATA – Three players equally divided a dozen hits Friday and for the second straight day El Dorado Post 119 received a complete game from its starting pitcher to defeat Napa 11-4 at Arcata Ball Park in Area I Senior Legion Tournament baseball action. The win advanced El Dorado to today’s semifinal matchup against the […]

El Dorado Post 119 bounces back behind Booher

ARCATA — Troy Booher’s complete game six-hitter Thursday gave the El Dorado Post 119 Senior Legion baseball team a 4-0 victory over Fair Oaks and a split of its first two games at the Area I Tournament at Arcata Ball Park. After yielding 21 hits and committing six errors in Wednesday’s 18-14 loss to North […]

Junior Legion drops two, season over

GRASS VALLEY — The offense was there but the defense wasn’t for the El Dorado Post 119 Juniors in Thursday’s late afternoon 8-6 loss to Roseville at the District 7 Legion Tournament at Nevada Union High School. Five outfield errors led to seven unanswered runs in the first three innings to end El Dorado’s season […]

Roundup: July 14, 2011

Baseball Post 119 Senior Legion Area 1 Tournament El Dorado 4, Fair Oaks 0 — After dropping into the losers’ bracket at the Area tourney with an 18-14 loss to Humboldt Wednesday, El Dorado bounced back with a 4-0 victory Thursday morning. Post 119 Junior Legion District Tournament El Dorado 3, Auburn 6 — El […]

Speedway hosts richest race of the season, the Mark Forni Classic

Saturday is a special night at Placerville Speedway as once again the evening will pay tribute to the late friend of the speedway, Mark Forni. At the end of this much anticipated night of competition, three different drivers in three divisions will take home the largest winnings of the year thanks to a collaboration of […]

El Dorado County fencers place top 8 in the nation

Two and a half years ago, Leanne Comfort of El Dorado Hills, who is now 14, was looking for a sport she might like to try. She definitely made a good choice. Leanne is now the California state champion in Senior Women’s Saber, having won that title at the Pacific Coast Championships at the Marin […]

Dolphins finish dual meet season undefeated

AUBURN — Two summers ago when budget problems forced the City of Placerville Parks and Recreation Department to reluctantly sever its ties with the Dry Diggins Dolphins recreation swim team, parents, alumni and other supporters rolled up their sleeves to find a way to continue the program. And now, in their second season, the newly […]

The Outdoorsman: Better shadding

The story on the American River is lower flows and better shadding for shad enthusiasts. When river flows drop as they have recently, the shad picture brightens. Anglers can work their favorite spots because access is easier and there is less danger from high flows. Much of the good action is around the Sunrise location. […]

Six-Pack lift tickets on sale for 2011-12 season

LAKE TAHOE — Fresh off a record-shattering season that included skiing and snowboarding even on the July 4 weekend, the Ski Lake Tahoe resorts announced the general availability of the Ski Lake Tahoe Six-Pack Lift Ticket. Valid at all seven world-class resorts and priced at only $299, this transferrable lift ticket offers the ultimate in variety, […]

Roundup: July 13, 2011

Baseball Big League All Stars District 54 – 3, San Jose 12 – Shaky pitching and defense caught up with District 54 Tuesday in a postseason-ending loss at Fitzgerald Field in Benicia. District 54 fell behind 2-0, took a 3-2 lead before falling back 5-3 while having two runners thrown out at the plate. After […]

Heinz-sight: Feeling your pain

Wow! Woodcreek’s four-run rally in the bottom of the sixth inning Sunday at Jeff Mitchell Field to walk off  the 7-6 winner over host El Dorado Hills for the 9/10 Little League All Star District 54 title was, to say the least, stunning. Not to mention heart-breaking and disappointing. El Dorado Hills was in position […]

Ironwoman champ will race again

SHINGLE SPRINGS —  Nicole Young, 40, from Shingle Springs, is a seasoned and conditioned athlete who typically is a top-three finisher of runs, duathlons, relays and triathlons. She also is a two-time Ironwoman champion of Eppie’s Great Race, a Sacramento run-bike-paddle triathlon in its 38th year. Her horrifying and life-changing story began on a Thursday in […]

Foothill Gold sparkles

After 13 wins and three losses, the Foothill Gold ASA girls fast pitch softball team won the championship at the Colorado Sparkler tournament over the July 4 weekend. Foothill Gold dug itself out of the loser’s bracket after a two-game elimination only to win nine consecutive games, qualifying for the championship game against the undefeated […]

Taz Devils swim past Sierra Sharks

EL DORADO HILLS — The El Dorado Hills Tasmanian Devils and Sierra Sharks of Cameron Park/Shingle Springs waged a spirited contest through much of Saturday’s meet before the Taz pulled away for a 479-417 victory in Suburban Swim League action. The Taz win sets up another epic showdown with the two-time defending champion Park Terrace […]

Roundup: July 11, 2011

Baseball Big League All Stars District 54 – 2, District 45 Hayward 11 — District 54 managed just three hits Sunday night to drop its first game at the Big League Area Tournament at Fitzgerald Field in Benicia. The team’s next game is Tuesday against the winner of Benicia-San Jose.

Woodcreek rally denies El Dorado Hills’ 9/10 All Stars

EL DORADO HILLS  — The stage was set Sunday afternoon at Jeff Mitchell Field in El Dorado Hills. The vibes were good, anticipation high and the moment right as the local 9/10 All Stars took the field for the bottom of the sixth inning, poised to take down Little League giants with just three outs to go for the […]

Snowline Juniors content reaching district finals

FOLSOM — The Snowline Junior Little League All Stars ran into tough pitching in Sunday night’s championship game against Woodcreek and the result was a 15-1 loss at Lembi Field for the District 54 banner. Woodcreek’s big right-hander Dylan Spezia brought the heat, striking out eight, and had more than enough offensive run support in the […]

Under the Scoreboard: July 11, 2011

Cal-Hi Sports has named Ponderosa outfielder Tyler Evanoff to its All State Second Team and Oak Ridge pitcher Chris Muse-Fisher to the All State Third Team. Evanoff will play at Cal Poly and Muse-Fisher will try out for Cal-Berkeley. In softball. Oak Ridge High pitcher Kacey Stanchek was selected to the Cal-Hi All State Third […]

Loss forces must-win for El Dorado Hills All Stars

EL DORADO HILLS — Propelled by a two-out, four-run rally in the bottom of the fifth inning, the 9/10 Woodcreek All Stars bested El Dorado Hills 13-6 in Saturday night’s All-Star matchup for the District 54 title at Jeff Mitchell Field. El Dorado relief pitcher Will Crookham recorded two easy outs to start the fifth […]

Schedule: July 11-17

Monday, July 11 Baseball Little League All Stars Seniors @ Lembi Field Championship, 5 p.m. Juniors @ Lembi Field Championship, (if necessary), 8 p.m. Wednesday, July 13 Baseball Post 119 Sr, Legion ED @ Area Tournament, Arcada Post 119 Jr, Legion District Tournament, TBD Little League All Stars Seniors @ Lembi Field Championship (if necessary), […]

Ponderosa 10/11s play for banner but Roseville West gets it

ROSEVILLE — Jeremy Giuntoli and Jared Tavares combined to strike out 13 Ponderosa batters Saturday night as the Roseville West 10/11s All Stars won the District 54 title by a 7-3 score at the Maidu Complex. Tavares fanned the side in the sixth to deny the type of comeback Ponderosa had Friday when it defeated […]

Big League All Stars win first two at Area Tourney

BENICIA — Chris Rickon allowed one earned run over a seven-inning complete game performance Friday as the District 54 Big League All Stars handled Stockton 10-2 in the opening round of the Big League Area Tournament at Fitzgerald Field. District followed up on Saturday with a 7-6 win over host Benicia as Matt Deane pitched […]

Snowline Juniors fall to Woodcreek

FOLSOM – Eleven walks, nine of whom scored, spelled doom for the Snowline Little League Junior All Stars who fell 20-5 to Woodcreek Friday at Lembi Field. Adam Washabaugh’s sacrifice fly scored Dan Carey for a first-inning lead before Woodcreek came back with nine runs in the second. Nathanial Erskine’s double sent Trevon Williams to […]

District 54 Big League wins section

SACRAMENTO — Chris Rickon’s shut-down pitching over the last two innings protected a three-run lead Thursday to secure District 54′s 10-6 victory over District 5 for the Section 4 Big League title at American River College. The victory advanced District 54 to last night’s District II Big League Area Tournament in Benicia. District 54 played Stockton, […]

Jr. Legion posts a baker’s dozen in 13-2 victory

EL DORADO — El Dorado Post 119 erupted for 13 runs between the fourth and fifth innings Thursday to pick up a 13-2 District 7 Junior Legion victory over visiting Roseville at Union Mine High School. El Dorado trailed 2-0 at one point before igniting with 12 of its 14 hits in the mercy-rule win. […]

Life is anything but a drag for “Team Clevenger” racing family

EL DORADO HILLS — Makinna Clevenger wants you to believe she’s a normal teenager. She just graduated from Oak Ridge High School, where she was a good student, played rugby and was a popular cheerleader. But unlike the other cheerleaders, this 18-year-old spends her free time rocketing down a race track at 200 mph. So much […]

Roundup: July 8, 2011

Little League All Stars Seniors Gold Rush def. by Roseville West Juniors Snowline def. Lakeside 11′s El Dorado Hills def. Ponderosa Ponderosa def. Lakeside 9/10s El Dorado Hills def. Maidu

El Dorado County Sports League track and field championship results

Pentathlon Boys A: 1-Zach Culp, HG, 5; 2-Colin Hustrulid, PV, 12; 3-Travis Bruss, NS, 16; 4-Jonathan Fischer, CMP, 17. Boys B: 1-Shay Barba, PV, 8; 2-Eric Yamzon, 8; 3-Grant Seely, HG, 15; 4-Jackson Harris, CMP, 19. Girls A: 1-Abby Bennett, HG, 7; 2-Yvonne Taylor, PV, 10; 3-Maylene Coetzee, NS, 13; 4-Lexie Padilla, CMP, 20 Girls […]

The Outdoorsman: Fish go deep in hot weather

Down they go. The hot days click the air conditioners on for humans while fish head for deeper water and better temperatures. It’s called the thermocline where cool water reigns. Where the bite had been in the top 15- to 20-foot depths, now it’s 40 to 60 feet where kokanee and trout are more comfortable. […]

District 54 Big League plays tonight for Section 4 title

SACRAMENTO — Andrew Lee pitched six and two-thirds of three-hit ball Tuesday as the District 54 Big League All Stars defeated District 5 by a 9-7 score at American River College. The two teams are in the midst of a best-of-three series for the Section 4 title. Wednesday, District 5 bounced back with a 12-4 […]

Forfeits force cancellation of District Sr. Legion Tournament

This weekend’s District 7 Senior American Legion baseball tournament hosted by El Dorado Post 119 is off according to El Dorado head coach Rusty McDonald. Tuesday, McDonald was informed by American Legion commissioners that the two other teams participating, Roseville and Del Oro, had failed to comply with league rules that state rosters and other […]

Outside with Charlie: Hikers beware

Most of the outdoor recreation enthusiasts in our area know the hiking season in the higher reaches of the county has been curtailed due to the long winter and cold, snowy, spring. Kayaking, canoeing, or swimming in an alpine lake are not readily available but a bit lower in elevation, Sly Park, Ice House, Union […]

Samantha Klinkenborg qualifies for Junior Olympics

Samantha Klinkenborg, a 12-year-old attending Herbert Green, qualified for the Regional Junior Olympic Championships after placing second in the high jump at the Pacific Association USA Track and Field Junior Olympic Championships June 24-26 in Union City. Samantha cleared on her first attempts at all heights through 4-feet-6-inches to earn silver in her age group. […]

Roundup: July 5

Baseball Little League All Stars Pool play Juniors El Dorado Hills 15, Folsom American 2 Snowline 12, El Dorado Hills 7 Gold Rush 9, Lakeside 11 Gold Rush 1, Maidu 3 Note: Snowline, Lakeside, Woodreek and Roseville West advance to the championship round. Majors Ponderosa 9, Snowline 7 El Dorado Hills 12, Folsom National 2 […]

El Dorado wins Burlingame Tournament

BURLINGAME — Danny Muzzi, back from arm trouble and pitching in relief in Sunday night’s championship game of the Burlingame Tournament, stranded the tying run at third base with one out on back-to-back strikeouts as the El Dorado Post 119 Senior Legion baseball team edged San Mateo 9-8 for the title. At one point, El […]

Post 119 Juniors repeat as wood bat champs

LODI — Garrett Crawford’s double to the wall in left- center field, scoring John Creason and RJ Blake, stood as the game-winning runs Sunday as the El Dorado Junior Legion baseball team repeated as wood bat champions after a 6-4 win over Lincoln High of Stockton at Tony Zupo Field. Crawford’s hit came in the […]

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