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Lawmen softball, soccer, among Tahoe sports this weekend

Tribune staff reports

EL DORADO LAWMEN HOST 22ND ANNUAL TOURNEY

Starting with a home run contest Friday at Zephyr Cove Park, the El Dorado Lawmen kick off the 22nd annual Summer Classic Softball Tournament in South Lake Tahoe.

And out of 36 teams coming from as far away as Arizona and Southern California, the host team from El Dorado County Sheriff’s Office is the team to beat.

“I’ve been playing on the team 13 years, and on average we win three to five tournaments per year, playing eight to 10 tournaments per year. We’re in the top five with regularity in every tournament we play in, ” said Deputy Jeff Leikauf. “This is kind of an outlet for us. We all like to compete.”

The championship game in the A flight is scheduled for Sunday at 4:15 p.m. at Zephyr Cove Park. Games will be played throughout the weekend at Todd Fields, Lampe Park and Zephyr Cove Park.

FIELD OF DREAMS II NEEDS HELP

South Tahoe High softball coach Rich Barna and his crew have spent part of their summers working on the Field of Dreams II. Now they need some help from the community to lay some sod.

Volunteers are asked to show up at 7:30 a.m. Saturday at the high school softball field to put in nine pallets of sod.

Barna was scheduled to have surgery on an ACL tear on Wednesday, so anyone who can volunteer will be appreciated.

COME UP FOR AIR SOCCER TOURNEY HAS BIG DRAW

If you can’t find a soccer game this weekend on the South Shore, then you’re not breathing.

Than annual Come Up for Air Soccer Tournament will attract more than 1,000 players for 250 games in four divisions Saturday and Sunday.

U-10 division games will unfold at Kingsbury Middle School, Meyers Elementary School and the Field of Dreams. U-12 games are set for Kahle Park and Todd Fields, U-14 at Kahle and South Tahoe Middle School and U-19 at South Tahoe High.

Refreshments, soccer camp information and equipment for sale will also be part of the festivities.


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