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High Roller Hold ‘Em set for Saturday

A collection of the world’s best snowboarders are set to go all in at the Heavenly High Roller Hold ’Em event from 6:30 to 9:30 p.m. Saturday. In partnership with Snow Park Technologies, and hosted by two-time Olympic gold medalist Shaun White, High Roller Hold ‘Em combines the thrill of big air snowboarding with the strategy of high-stakes poker.

Joining an already stacked list of competitors– including Chas Guldemond, Sage Kotsenburg, Gjermund Braaten and Ulrik Badertscher – the field will be rounded out by Mark McMorris, Eric Willett, Pat Burgener, Eric Beauchemin, Ian Thorley and Mark Hoyt.

During the event, competitors will each be dealt three cards per hand, each featuring different tricks based on the face value of the card. From there, each rider will discard two cards, and bet accordingly on the final card in their hand. Once all bets are in, the riders who haven’t folded will head to the top of the big air jump. The rider who lands the trick with the highest level of difficulty will win the round and qualify for the $50,000 super final.

The competition will be held on World Cup, near Heavenly’s California Main Lodge, and is free of charge and open to the public.

Babe Ruth tryouts and sign ups this weekend

South Tahoe Babe Ruth Baseball is holding tryouts and sign ups for the upcoming season Sunday, April 7, at noon and again on Sunday, April 14, at 10 a.m. at the Babe Ruth Baseball Field on Rufus Allen Boulevard. Please note that the date and location has changed. Players can also sign up any time at the Best Western Station House Inn at 901 Park Ave., South Lake Tahoe. Players interested in participating this season must attend one of these tryouts. All boys and girls ages 13 through 15 are welcome to come sign up and tryout. Players must be born between May 1, 1997 and April 30, 2000 to participate. The cost is $100 per player, and opening day is May 5.

Babe Ruth is a competitive local South Shore league which focuses on continued baseball skill development, sportsmanship and team camaraderie in a fun and safe environment. Anyone interested in playing, helping coach or assist the league should try to attend one of these tryout dates.

For more information, please contact, Eric Eymann, Player Agent at (530) 721-2113 or by email at eric@stationhouseinn.com.

Softball sign ups underway in South Shore

The Amateur Softball Association is holding sign ups Tuesday, April 9, and Thursday, April 11, from 6:30 p.m. to 8 p.m. at the South Tahoe Ice Rink. The ASA is a South Shore league for girls to play softball in before they reach high school.

— Compiled by staff

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