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Roundup: April 15, 2015

Swimming Girls Ponderosa 95, Bella Vista 89 200 MR – P (Ashlie Stoddard, Gabby Costamagna, Jacqueline Nisson, Alexandra Nisson), 2:01.17; 200 free: 1-Natalie Bresnahan, 2:09.78; 200 IM: 1-J.Nisson, 2:23.34; 100 fly: 1-Stoddard, 1:08.41; 100 free: 1-Bresnahan, 56.81; 500 free: 1-J. Nisson, P, 5:40.77; 200 FR: 1-P (Costamagna, Katy Suggs, Barbie Suggs, Bresnahan), 1:51.03; 100 back: 1-Stoddard, P, 1:07.31; 100 breast: 1-Costamagna, 1:15.62; 400 FR: […]

Roundup: April 14, 2015

Baseball Oak Ridge 7, Del Oro 3 — Kyle Lucke tossed a four-hitter for the Trojans in Monday’s Sierra Foothill League road contest. Jeff Cunningham and Trenton Denholm also saw time on the hill for Oak Ridge. At the plate, Oak Ridge (10-0 in the SFL, 16-2) had 14 hits; Tyson Solis and Beau Phillip […]

Roundup: April 11, 2015

Tennis Oak Ridge 7, Nevada Union 2 Singles (OR first): Simon Chan def, Quinn, 6-0, 6-1; Clarence Lai def. Wright, 6-1, 6-2; Kyle Tomaskewski def. Shimek, 6-1, 6-2; Amir Nadami def, by Puleo, 4-6, 2-6; Matthew Maloney def Beltran, 6-3, 6-3; Cole Rickard def. by Conners, 3-6, 3-6. Doubles (OR first): Brandon Sedgwick-Erwin Maquiling def, Malin-Nielson, […]

Roundup: April 9, 2015

Baseball Oak Ridge 8, Granite Bay 1 — The Trojans had “Lucke” on their side in Wednesday’s Sierra Foothill League road game. Oak Ridge (7-0 in the SFL, 13-2) pitcher Kyle Lucke pitched six innings, striking out six and yielding three hits. Nolan Boggini pitched the final frame. Oak Ridge scored half of its runs […]

Roundup: April 24, 2014

Baseball Oak Ridge 4, Franklin 3 — The Trojans were outhit by Wildcats, 8 to 6, but picked up the win in Saturday’s nonleague game at Sacramento City College. Logan Denholm was 2-for-3 with a home run and three RBIs. Oak Ridge 1, Folsom 5 — In Thursday’s Delta River League home game, Oak Ridge (7-2, […]

Roundup: April 9, 2014

Softball Union Mine 12, Galt 0 — Beth Hammer allowed two hits in six innings, struck out 11 and went 3-for-5 at the plate with 4 RBIs in Tuesday’s Sierra Valley Conference game. Shyanne Winje was 3-for-5 with two doubles and 4 RBIs; Miah Linson (double), Calista Almer and Madelyn Heape also each had three […]

Roundup: April 2, 2014

Soccer Golden Sierra 3, Rio Vista 2 — The Grizzlies overtook the Rams for third place in the Sierra Delta League with Tuesday’s home win. Robin Moore assisted Jazmin Lutey-Willard with the game-winner in the second half for Golden Sierra (4-3-1, 5-7-3). Breeze Baiz scored Golden Sierra’s first two goals with assists from Erin Anderson […]

Sports Scene: April 23, 2013

Golf tournament The very first Cameron Park Friends of the Library Golf Tournament is scheduled for Saturday, May 4, starting at 8:30 a.m. at Bass Lake Golf Course. Registration packets are available at Cameron Park Library, 2500 Country Club Dr., Cameron Park 95682; or Bass Lake Golf Course, 300 Alexandrite Dr., Rescue 95672. Proceeds to […]

Roundup: April 10, 2013

Baseball Union Mine 1, Galt 0 — John Creason and Charles Simpson combined on the eight-inning shutout as the host Diamondbacks picked up Tuesday’s Sierra Valley Conference win. Each allowed a single hit in four innings of work while Creason struck out five. Carlos Romero’s RBI double plated Colton Merrill for the lone run. Sean […]

Roundup: April 5, 2013

Softball NorCal Classic Oak Ridge 7, Ripon 5 — Lauren Bertoy drove in four runs on two home runs and a double to pace the Lady Trojans. Renee Bardini plated the other three runs on a 2-for-4 effort; Jackie Schmaeling went 2-for-4 with a double; and Jessica Burgess was a perfect 3-for-3. Oak Ridge 10 […]

Roundup: April 3, 2013

Baseball  Oak Ridge 1, Rocklin 3 — In Wednesday’s non-league road game, Tanner Ales had two of the Trojans’ three hits. John Rico had an RBI for Oak Ridge (6-4). The Thunder broke a 1-all tie in the bottom of the sixth inning with two runs. Tommy Hummer and Brogan Cooper split time on the mound […]

Roundup: April 24, 2012

Baseball Oak Ridge 14, Sheldon 0 — In Monday’s Delta River League game at the Trojans’ field, Oak Ridge (3-4, 11-7) scored nine runs in the bottom of the third inning to increase its lead from 4-0 en route to an easy victory over Sheldon. Top hitters for Oak Ridge were Zach Mahon, who was […]

Roundup: April 21, 2012

Baseball El Dorado 5, Union Mine 3 — The Cougars turned four hits into five runs, including four in the top of the first inning, to win Thursday’s intra-county game over the host Diamondbacks. Nick Bonniksen pitched a complete game for El Dorado. Offensively, Chris Swineford had two RBIs and Justin Dillon and Alex Alvarez […]

Under the Scoreboard: Nov. 21, 2011

First, in the interest of putting rumors to rest — there have been a lot of questions about Union Mine High School and whether plans are underway to close it and reopen as a community college. Those rumors are not true. The facility will remain a high school. * * * Chico State’s Lisa Webster […]

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Swim roundup: April 11-15, 2011

Sierra Valley Conference Varsity girls: El Dorado 105, Cosumnes Oaks 65 Varsity boys: El Dorado 100, Cosumnes Oaks 70 ELK GROVE — The El Dorado swim teams made the trip to Elk Grove for Tuesday’s makeup meet with Cosumnes Oaks worthhile, coming home with victories in both the boys and girls divisions. “It was a […]

Swim roundup: April 4-8

Delta River League Varsity girls: Oak Ridge 63, St. Francis 107 Varsity boys: Oak Ridge 93, Jesuit 93 EL DORADO HILLS — “What a great day for a meet,” Oak Ridge coach Patrick Foster said. “It was the first year in five years that Jesuit and St. Francis traveled for a league meet. The teams put […]

Swim roundup: March 28-April 1

Delta River League Varsity girls: Ponderosa 58, Folsom 36 Varsity boys: Ponderosa 58, Folsom 36 SHINGLE SPRINGS — Ponderosa set three school records in a big win over Folsom last week in both the boys and girls varsity divisions. “I felt like our team worked together today to make some special things happen,” Bruin coach […]

Under the Scoreboard: Feb. 20, 2011

With PGA pro Phil Mickelson following the University of San Diego team around Pelican Hills Golf Club’s Ocean North course, Union Mine graduate who is now a senior at USD, Ken McCready, won individual medalist honors with a 7-under par 203 over three days. McCready shot 65-70-71 to hold off a UCLA player. UCLA finished […]

Individual performances

Reid Lambres Ponderosa’s Reid Lambres won both the Giant Slalom and Slalom races at the CNISSF State Finals at Mt. Shasta last March, making him the undisputed state champion of prep skiing in California. Lambres’ feat was the first in El Dorado County since Golden Sierra’s Jake Larson accomplished dual wins in 2007. Corey Pereira […]

Sports scene

Class and signup information: Placerville Recreation and Parks Department: 549 Main St., Placerville. 530-642-5232; cityofplacerville.org Cameron Park Community Services District: 2502 Country Club Drive. 530-677-2231; cameronpark.org El Dorado Hills Community Services District: 1021 Harvard Way. 916-933-6624 Basketball league  Cameron Park CSD is offering a High School Spring League. Get your friends together and sign up as team. Games […]

Best of 2010: Honorable mention

In reviewing our past issues to find the top 10 sports stories of the year, there are always too many — because our athletes and programs in El Dorado County perform to such a high level. Ten years ago the sports department initiated an Honorable Mention category to recognize as many achievements as possible. The […]

Mosquito, part 7: Rock Creek hydro

Back in episode 6 we set out from Placerville for Mosquito via Rock Creek Road, and got a mere 5.5 miles, where the road crosses its namesake creek, before running out of column inches. This “back way” into Mosquito has provided us with some dramatic river views, but the foreboding terrain yields meager hiking opportunities, […]

Mosquito exploration episode 7: Rock Creek Road hydro-history lesson part 2

Mother Lode News Back in episode 6 we set out from Placerville for Mosquito via Rock Creek Road, and got a mere 5.5 miles, where the road crosses its namesake creek, before running out of column inches. This Òback wayÓ into Mosquito has provided us with some dramatic river views, but the foreboding terrain yields […]

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