PLACERVILLE, CALIFORNIA
SCARY GOOD — The Thunder U12 girls, front row left to right: Wendy Dahla, Makenzie Perez, Megan McFarlin, Danielle DeStefano, Avery Baker, Sarah Pacheco, Parker Olsen, Ali Stansberry, Kendyl Maher. Back row left to right: Tim Day, Jessica Prichard, Natalie Palmberg, Taylor Silva, Scott McFarlin, Alexis Day, Emily Dahla, Rachel Caltabiano, Amanda Grigsby and Bob Pacheco. Courtesy photo

Sports

Thunder wins HalloweenFest

By December 5, 2010

The Prospector Thunder Under 12 girls soccer team from Cameron Park enjoyed its most successful tournament of the 2010 season with a first-place finish in the HalloweenFest Tournament Oct. 30-31 in Placerville.

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