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High Sierra hockey teams off to 3-3 starts

Staff reports

The High Sierra Wild Peewee hockey team lost two road games Dec. 3-4 in Nor Cal Youth Hockey action. High Sierra lost 5-1 to the Cupertino Cougars, who are tied for first in the division, and then 3-1 to the San Francisco Sabercats.

Against Cupertino, the Wild’s lone goal was scored by Zach Moore of Sparks. Sparks’ Daniel Biocchi recorded the only goal in the game against San Francisco. The Tahoe contingent of Elliott Amsen, Evan Brown and Scott Vogelgesang had many shots on goal for High Sierra.

The Wild (3-3) next plays on Dec. 17 and 18 against the Santa Rosa Flyers at the South Lake Tahoe Ice Arena.

The Wild Bantams (3-3) are tied for third place. They lost to Santa Rosa 8-2 and 6-3 on Dec. 3-4.

Long wins Nor-Cal Open

South Tahoe High tennis player Masha Long won the Nor-Cal Open tennis tournament that was held the past two weekends in Modesto.

In the championship game, Long defeated the tournament’s No. 2 seed, Andreana Rocha of Woodbridge, 6-3, 7-6. In the semifinals, Long beat Modesto’s Kathy Ostorer 6-0, 6-3.

Long, a junior at South Tahoe, took second in the Northern 4A Regional Tournament earlier this year for the Vikings and advanced to the state tournament.

Swim club holding tryouts

The South Tahoe Swim Club is holding its only tryouts of the season the first week of February. The club offers competitive programs for athletes between the ages of 5 to 18. For more information, call the club’s hotline at (530) 541-7283. Those who leave a message will be contacted by a coach.


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