PLACERVILLE, CALIFORNIA
TROPHY TIME — The winning Sierra Gold Cougars starting at the top and bottom left: Tomas Ventura, Nick Kull, Eric Rios, Weston Able, Fernando Esparza, Josh Morgan, Ethan Weiner, David Beal, Dillon Able-Smith, Mateo Dias, Devin Anderson, Manuel Rios, Luis Cisneros. Not pictured is Kyle Bell and Bert Santana. Photo by Diana Kull

Sports

Sierra U12 Gold Cougars win at HalloweenFest

By December 5, 2010

The Sierra Gold Cougars won the orange division of the 2010 Sierra Gold Halloweenfest. The tournament included Under 10, U 11, U 12 and U 14 girls and boys teams. The U 12 boy had two divisions of eight teams.

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