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Quite an impression: Bears get personal mouth guards

Summerville alum and local dentist Dr. Jeff Berger knows the importance of proper teeth protection and how it can help players on the gridiron. 

2nd Angels Camp Gold Run Sept. 27

The 2nd annual Angels Camp Gold Run 10K/5K is set for Sunday, Sept. 27.
Race day check-in time is 7 a.m., and start time is 8:30 a.m. at the historic downtown Angels Camp Visitors Center. 
Runners will enjoy the scenic views of Angels Creek, Gold Cliff, Lightner Mine, Bear Mountain and Greenhorn Creek Golf Course. 
The 10K will start on Main Street, then go to Stockton Rd., Angel Oaks Rd., Smith Flat Rd., Finnigan Lane and end on Bush St. at Utica Park. 
After race festivities at Utica Park include food, local wines and beer, family activities and live music. 
The 10K is $45 and 5K is $40. Proceeds will benefit the students of Mark Twain Elementary School. 
For more information, visit www.active.com keyword ANGELS CAMP RUN or call Monica Parker at 559-1185. 

Prep sports participation at all-time high

High school sports participation in California increased for the third straight year and is at an all-time high according to the 2015 California Interscholastic Federation sports participation survey.

Papapetrou, Lemaster rule lanes at Black Oak

This column covers July 15 through July 30.

High Roller bowler Bobby Papapetrou was as hot on the lanes as the summer heat.

Outdoors: Sonoran Carter hooks monster trout

Sonora resident Steve Carter caught an 8.5-pound, 28-inch rainbow trout recently at Kennedy Meadows.
A very notable, and sizeable, catch was made recently by a Tuolumne County fisherman.
Sonora resident Steve Carter perhaps made the catch of a lifetime when he hooked a massive 8.5-pound, 28-inch rainbow trout at Kennedy Meadows.
It was one of the few trophy size trout that have been released in the middle fork and at Pinecrest Lake this season.

Small TCAM squad cracks top 10 in San Jose

With just nine swimmers, the Tuolumne County Aquatic Masters broke into the top 10 in the team scoring at the Pacific Masters Long Course Championships, July 24-26 in San Jose. 

Hunter safety class starts Aug. 16

A hunter safety class will be held from noon to 5 p.m. Sunday, Aug. 16, 23, and 30 at the Ebbetts Pass Fire Station No. 1, 1027 Blagen Road, in Arnold.
The fee is $10 and attendance of all three days is required to pass. Students must bring their own paper and pencil.
For more information, call Mark Oswald at 768-3136.

Bears raffling lifetime licenses

The Tuolumne Bears youth football and cheer squads are selling raffle tickets as a fundraiser for their upcoming season. 
For a chance to win the grand prize of a lifetime hunting and fishing license, tickets are $5 for one, or $20 for five. 
The drawing will be held at 3 p.m. Saturday, Aug. 15 during the preseason jamboree at Thorsted Field in Tuolumne. 
The winner does not need to be present. 
First prize is a 40-inch TV. Second and third prize is $100 and $50, respectively.
Tickets can be purchased from players or from Bears president Ryan Wynne at  This e-mail address is being protected from spam bots, you need JavaScript enabled to view it .

Summer club

Golfers took to the links at Mountain Springs Golf Club Wednesday afternoon. The summer weather was ideal for a round of golf.


Shooters compete in National Rifle Championships

Approximately 50 Californians, including 16 Grizzly shooters, traveled to Ohio for the National Rifle Championships on Lake Erie.  
The two-week competition boasted competitors of all ages from all over the United States, Canada and Australia, including all branches of the armed forces and reserves.

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