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Sipes sets school record; Trageser D-I record

ELK GROVE — Oak Ridge hurdler Jacob Sipes and Ponderosa pole vaulter Kylee Trageser won their respective events at last week’s Division I Track and Field Championships at Elk Grove High. The two titles represent 24 Trojans and Bruins who advance to the Masters Meet Thursday and Friday. The top eight finalists plus the next four […]

Delta River League All League, Spring 2012

Softball Player of the Year Natalie Kessing, Ponderosa Gianna Bilotta, Ponderosa Sky Jerpbak, Ponderosa Paris Hallums. Ponderosa Lauren Bertoy, Oak Ridge Jackie Schmaeling, Oak Ridge Jade Matsumoto, Oak Ridge Bailey O’Mara, St. Francis Alexis Viramontes, St. Francis Stephanie Heyward, St. Francis MeShalon Moore, Sheldon Amber Glenn, Sheldon Alexis Cooper, Sheldon Amber Murray, Pleasant Grove Lindsey […]

Under the Scoreboard: June 4, 2012

Ponderosa High’s Ali Ryan (Basketball, Track and Field) and Kaden Mosbacher (Football, Track and Field) are the Bruins’ Female and Male Athletes of the Year. The Ponderosa Scholar Athletes of the Year are Sydney Blakeley (Track and Field) and Connor Grubaugh (Water Polo, Swim). * * * USC’s Matt Foat (Ponderosa, Sierra College) was an […]

Area athletes fail in CIF State Finals bid

CLOVIS — Just qualifying for the CIF State Track and Field Championship is a big accomplishment — bringing back one of the six awarded medals per event grants that athlete not only elite-status for California but the nation as well. Unfortunately, the six El Dorado County participants at Buchanan High in Clovis — Ponderosa’s Sydney […]

Bruin quartet on the big stage in Clovis

The four Lady Bruins headed to Buchanan High today for the two-day CIF State Track and Field Championship all have their eye on one prize: a state medal. To have a chance, the goal is to perform well and qualify in today’s preliminaries for a chance to return for tomorrow’s finals. The top six placers […]

Six county athletes advance to state finals

ELK GROVE — Cool temperatures and nagging winds affected performances throughout the day, but six qualifying finishes were achieved by El Dorado county athletes at Friday’s CIF-Sac-Joaquin Section Masters Meet at Elk Grove High, serving as the regional qualifier for next weekend’s CIF-State Championships at Buchanan High School in Clovis. Ponderosa girls’ team led the […]

River Cats name area athletes to All-City teams

SACRAMENTO — The Sacramento River Cats’ Triple-A baseball team, an affiliate of the Oakland A’s, named 36 local athletes to its 2011-12 Fall, Winter, Spring All-City teams. The athletes were honored in a ceremony prior to a River Cats’ game May 13. Those who chose to attend received a ticket to the game  and an […]

Ponderosa High School 2012 graduates

Morgan Aasen, Judi Adams, Christina Kiley Michele Adams-D’Onofrio, Anna Elizabeth Adamski, Taylor Renee Agricola, Matt Aguiar, Nicole Alberghini, Ryan Jet Albertazzi, Tyler Alberts, Duncan Alexander, Meagan Allstead, Lauren Almeida, Katia Alvaro, Dalton Amolsch, Elizabeth Marie Anderson, Jami Anderson, Kelsey Anderson, Wade Anderson, Brooke Lorraine Andrew, Kasandra Andrews, Ryan Ansell, Arvind Rajan, Gabrielle Attisani, Forrest Taylor Bacchi, […]

Delta River League crowns local Track/Field champs

Qualifiers advance to Divisionals SHINGLE SPRINGS — Thursday’s Delta River League Track and Field finals was where host Ponderosa and Oak Ridge crown 13 individuals and one relay team league champions. All but six titles came on the track. The top five finishers in each category qualified for this week’s Divisional Time Trials and Finals […]

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 […]

Bruin teams weather the elements in inaugural Ruptier Invitational

SHINGLE SPRINGS — No wind nor rain stopped runners from running, jumpers from jumping, throwers from throwing or vaults from vaulting as Ponderosa’s Track and Field team hosted its first annual Ron Ruptier Memorial Invitational Saturday at Simon Bruin Stadium. Sunshine opened the invite but eventually gave way to an encroaching storm system. The dire […]

Roundup: Trojan baseball edges top-ranked Elk Grove 3-1

Baseball Oak Ridge 3, Elk Grove 1 — Sophomore Austin Root held the top-ranked Thundering Herd to three hits and one run in six and two-thirds innings to pick up his second win of the season Thursday. The Trojans scored three runs in the top of the first inning as Alec deWatteville doubled and scored […]

Five qualify for state track championships

SACRAMENTO — After a season of competition, and three weeks of grueling postseason meets, the Sac-Joaquin Section’s state meet qualifiers have been determined. The Masters Meet qualifying was Thursday and the finals were Friday at Hughes Stadium as the entire section came together to vie for one of three berths in each event in the […]

Three county athletes earn gold at Division I track meet

ELK GROVE — The Oak Ridge girls and boys varsity track and field teams had very successful evenings in their first Division I meet, qualifying 10 girls and seven boys for Friday’s Sac-Joaquin Section Masters Meet, the final event before the CIF State Meet June 3-4. Both Trojan teams finished third. Fairfield won the varsity […]

Roundup: May 4, 2011

Tennis Sac-Joaquin Section Playoffs Division I Oak Ridge 9, Napa 0 Singles (OR first): Brandon Sutter def. Miller, 6-4, 6-4; Tanner Schmutte def. Day, 6-0, 6-1; Andrew Hall def. Cuddy, 6-3, 6-1; Jimmy Giovannini def. Kroyer, 6-2, 4-6, 11-9; Alex Charn def. Jacklich, 6-2, 6-0; Nic Atkinson def. Brazelton, 6-1, 6-0. Doubles (OR first): Jacob […]

El Dorado wins all divisions in Twilight Invite

Records were broken and personal bests were the norm in the seventh annual Twilight Invitational at El Dorado Friday. The meet, which began at Union Mine in 2001, was taken over by El Dorado coaches Peanut and Tena Harms seven years ago and has grown into the “biggest track and field meet in El Dorado […]

Oak Ridge track outruns Ponderosa, falls short to Jesuit, St. Francis

SHINGLE SPRINGS — A sea of athletes gathered Wednesday at Ponderosa for a double-dual Delta River League track and field meet with four schools competing. Oak Ridge’s boys teams went up against Ponderosa and Jesuit; the girls teams competed against St. Francis and Ponderosa. The Bruins’ only opponent was Oak Ridge. It was enough to […]

Trio of gold at Division I meet

Two Bruins, Trojan take 1st ELK GROVE — Ponderosa had two top qualifiers and Oak Ridge one from last week’s Sac-Joaquin Section Division I Track and Field Championships at Elk Grove High. On the track, Bruin Brittany Anselmo crossed first in the 800 meter race; Trojan Sean McHone led the pack in winning the 1,600; […]

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