South Shore skiers perform well in Far West finals
The pros are shaking the off-season cobwebs, so why don’t you?
The High Sierra American Softball Association is holding league sign-ups for its upcoming spring season and is looking forward to seeing you there.
The sign-up days are, as follows: Saturday, March 6 (9 a.m.-2 p.m.), Wednesday, March 10 (5 p.m.-8 p.m.) and Saturday, March 13 (9 a.m.-2 p.m.).
Players ages 5 to 16 are eligible for the girls league, and boys are welcome to join. The one-time registration fee is $40; registration after March 13 will cost $50.
The South Lake Tahoe Recreation Center will host all three registration sessions.
Vikings tracksters ‘run and shoot’ for team fund-raiser:
The free throws might not actually be ‘free,’ but they’re for a great cause.
The South Tahoe High outdoor track and field team will kick off its season Friday afternoon with a free throw-shooting fund-raiser.
The contest, which will take place at South Tahoe High School, will be to see how many foul shots the team can make in an hour. The team is asking that the community pledge up to five cents for each made free throw.
If you are willing to make pledges, please contact any member of the STHS team or call Rick Brown at 577-6803.
South Shore wrestlers find hard work mat-ters:
The South Tahoe Wrestling Club continues to generate excitement for the sport on the South Shore, most recently at a Feb. 27 freestyle meet at Carson High School.
Both Zack Williams and Miles Wallace continued their perfect season with just two meets left to go, picking up wins in the 5-6 year-old and 9-10 year-old divisions, respectively.
In other action, Cole Baginski and Justin Dalton finished second and third in the 5-6 bracket. In the 7-8 field, Cameron Roth placed fourth overall. In 9-10 action, Ricky Bruan placed third and Cody Reeder and Steve Bennett tied for fifth in the 11-12 bracket.
Adam Fountain, wrestling up an age group, placed third in the 13-14 division. Rounding out ST grapplers, Travis Shindelbower and Ryan Wallace tied for second in the 15-16 age group.
The club’s next event will be March 6 at Churchill Co. High School. For more information on the organization, please contact David Borges at 544-5800.
Go Far West, Young Skiers:
The Far War Freestyle Series had its championship race last weekend at Alpine Meadows, and several South Shore skiers made sure their names were among the tops in the region.
U.S. Ski Team member Chris Hernandez finished first in the moguls competition, coming off a recent second-place performance during the NorAm series. Sierra moguls prodigy Travis Cabral stuck close to Hernandez’s heels, placing fifth overall.
Sierra’s Amber Ramos continued to belie her young age in the moguls competition, finishing fourth overall and first in the J-4 ranks. Courtney Royce, of Heavenly, won the girls J5 moguls competition.
In aerials competition, Heavenly skier Ryan Hickey won the overall title with a 117.82. Jason Scott and Tyler Bradford rounded out the Heavenly parade, finishing second and fourth, respectively.
The acro skiing portion of the championship saw Heavenly’s Brad Lipovsky finish first in J-4 and fourth overall.
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