Ponderosa senior golfer Corey Periera, a University of Washington recruit, was third at the Junior Orange Bowl International earlier this month at Florida for the under-19 player age division.
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Former Oak Ridge standout Sara James, now at Stanford, started against Utah State and contributed 18 points in the Cardinal victory to draw high praise from her head coach.
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Union Mine senior golfer Nathan Fuller is at Eagle Level in his Life Skills as a four-year member of The First Tee of Greater Sacramento and has participated each year in the junior tour.
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Steve Hodges and David Yates sank hole-in-ones on the same day at Cold Springs Golf and Country Club. Hodges sank his on the 12th hole from 143 yards out using a No. 7 Fairway Wood while Yates aced the 8th hole using a No. 9 Wood from 158 yards out.