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Vikings have a full plate in June

Busy doesn’t adequately describe what the South Tahoe High football team has been up to in recent months. And it will only get busier in the coming weeks.

The team is holding a fundraiser Saturday, with overflow parking for the Renaissance Faire benefiting the Vikings. Parking is $5, a majority of which will go to the team. The RF will provide a shuttle service from the high school to the faire.

On Monday, the Vikings will begin spring ball, practicing from 3-5:30 p.m. Spring ball continues through June 15 with Friday practices lengthening to 3-7 p.m. Next Friday, highly successful Nevada Union football coach Dave Humphers will conduct a Wing-T camp for Vikings’ coaches and players.

A liftathon on June 26 will allow South Tahoe to show off its commitment in the weight room since January. The liftathon will run from 5-9 p.m. and include a complete dinner for $10.

“The kids are working hard and we’re all excited,” said STHS second-year coach Nick Samaras.

after 2 weeks, weight training, summer football July 17

Parking for Renaissance Fair overflow, provide shuttle service from HS to fair … getting majority of it.

$5 to park at HS.

To benefit, for camp and equipment whatever need. this yea.

June 26 for liftathon 5-9, barbecue quarterback club chicken, complete dinner $10, start spring practice Monday-Friday

June 12-15 from 3-5:30 M_THU, 3-7 on Friday, coaches are coming up to Nevada Union mini wing-T camp ..

NU used to put on in past, couldn’t get coaches com eout, nowhere .. COahc Dave humphers was good to come up and ‘workshop for kids for coaches new don’t kmnow anything about wing-T …

section champs.

after 2 weeks, weight training, summer football July 17 … during period July 17, 23 week up third of Aug., six day soff, football stars on 10th …

kids are working hard and were all excited.


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