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Rapid Runners

Cutline: Clancy McConnell (middle left) removes his registration information after crossing the finish line.
 Clancy McConnell and Christine Dibble were the top male and female finishers Saturday at the Lions Club's 4th annual Glenn Bass Run at Columbia College. McConnell (age 21-39 age group) finished the track at Carkeet Park in 17:25:30 while Dibble (40-49) finished in 22:26:30. Jackson McIlroy and Tori French finished first of all high school runners in the 5K race, with times of 17:30:33 and 23:51:21, respectively. In the one-mile run, Kaden Robison finished first with a time of 6:35 and Rebecca Klein came in second 5 seconds behind. 


Calaveras Jr. Open starts Monday

The Junior Golf Association of Northern California will debut the inaugural Calaveras Junior Open, Monday, Aug. 10 at Greenhorn Creek Resort in Angels Camp. 
The tournament will conclude the following day at Saddle Creek Resort in Copperopolis.
There are 120 spots available for players ages 12 to 18.
The entry fee is $97 with the entry deadline being Friday night at 11:59 p.m.
For more information, contact the JGANC at  This e-mail address is being protected from spam bots, you need JavaScript enabled to view it .

39th Pinecrest Run on Sunday

The 39th annual Pinecrest Run will take place, Sunday.
There will be two races, a 1-mile fun run that is free and the 5-mile main event which costs $20.
The 1 mile begins at  at 8:30 a.m. and the 5 miler starts at 9.
Race-day registration begins at 7:30 a.m. near the beach, where the races also start.
Commemorative T-shirts will be on sale for $20.
All proceeds benefit the Pinecrest School Club.
For the first time in the race’s history, pre-registration is being offered at  This e-mail address is being protected from spam bots, you need JavaScript enabled to view it .
For more information, call Brett Rimmer in the evening at 989-1828.

Jr. Bears to practice at Summerville

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Guy Dossi / Union Democrat A sleuth of Tuolumne Bears wrap up a teammate as dust flies off of “Goat Head Field” Monday in Tuolumne.
In 2014, the Tuolumne Bears youth gridiron teams were the orphans of the Motherlode Valley Football League. They had no home to call their own. With Thorsted Field being renovated, the Bears had to play every game on the road. They were forced to adopt the mentality of “Road Warriors.”

Several bests set by TCA at Oakdale Invitational

Read more...Over 250 youth swimmers, including Tuolumne County Aquatics, competed July 24 at the Oakdale Invitational. Swimmers from the host city, Davis, Lodi, Turlock and Ellis from Tracy raced in the 25-yard course at Oakdale High School’s pool.

Hobbs stars in Cooperstown

Braden Hobbs made it to the Mecca of baseball — Cooperstown, New York. Hobbs, 13, of Sonora, and his Club All-Star 12-White team from Stockton, were invited to play in the Cooperstown Dreams Park Tournament, July 10-17.

Indoor soccer tourney Sunday

The High Country Sports Arena will host a coed 7-on-7 indoor soccer tournament Sunday.
The cost for one team is $35 but individual players are also accepted for $5 per competitor.
Players of all ages are invited to participate.
Registration begins at 11:45 a.m. with games starting at 12:30 p.m. The day will also include live DJ’s, a crossbar challenge, and tamales.
For more information, call 768-0528.

Good times roll

Bowlers hit the lanes Thursday evening at Black Oak Lanes in Tuolumne to beat the scorching heat that lasted throughout the day.

BLG returns from 30th annual wilderness adventure

The Backpackers Literary Guild (BLG) just returned from their 30th annual trip into the wilderness. The five current, or retired teachers, Carl Brownless, Mike Calbert, Mitch Heldstab, Mike Kubasek and Carl Murry, hiked into the heart of the Emigrant Wilderness for a week long adventure from a base camp at Pingree Lake.
Kubasek told the story of the adventure.

Porovich rolls top scores on lanes

High Roller league bowler Robert Porovich had the lanes were sizzling July 14 as he rolled both the high game and series for men.
Porovich finished with a high game of 276 and a 716 series. It was the only 700 series for this report.

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