Teter receives ESPY, officially joins Sierra
July 18, 2006
Sierra-at-Tahoe athlete and Meyers resident Hannah Teter was voted Best Female Action Sports Athlete at the 2006 ESPY Awards show last Wednesday in Los Angeles. Teter, who won the gold medal in halfpipe at the 2006 Winter Olympics in Torino, Italy, was also nominated for Best U.S. Olympian and Best Female Athlete.
“We are so proud of Hannah and all that she has accomplished in her snowboarding career,” said Sierra-at-Tahoe General Manager John Rice. “We are honored that she has selected Sierra-at-Tahoe as her home mountain and we hope to help her fulfill her goals as she progresses in the sport. She is a great addition to the Sierra team.”
Teter trained at Sierra last winter but will officially be a member of the 2006-07 team, joining brothers Abe and Elijah in what is shaping up to be a star-studded team.
The 2006 ESPY awards show aired on ESPN on Sunday night (tape delayed).
Sox earn spot in championship game
The Reno Silver Sox clinched the first-half championship to guarantee a spot in the Golden Baseball League Championship Series on Aug. 30.
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Tickets for the series will go on sale today for the games that will take place in Reno on Aug. 30-31. The ticket prices will be $8 for General Admission Seats, $11 for Reserve Seats and $13 for Box and Dugout Club Seats.
Starting on Friday, the Silver Sox begin a seven-game homestand against the Long Beach Armada and the Yuma Scorpions, with the first group of games being a three-game series against Long Beach. Playing for the Armada will be former MLB All-Star Jose Canseco, who will be in Reno July 21-23.
Following that three-game series, the Sox will host the Yuma Scorpions for a four-game series on July 24-27.
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