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Maggie Beck / Union Democrat Head coach Kim Evans ( middle) directs the afternoon session of the Sonora High School Volleyball Camp that 55 girls attended.
There was no shortage of girls signed up this week for the Sonora High Volleyball Camp. Three girls even made the trip from Wyoming to to get lessons from head coach Kim Evans, assistant coach Tina Cruz and her Wildcats, the two-time Sac-Joaquin Section and defending State champions. 55 seventh, eight and ninth graders girls were in the Thursday’s afternoon session and around 30 fourth, fifth and sixth graders are in the morning session.


MLGC to hold 6th county trap shoot

The Mother Lode Gun Club will hold its 6th annual Tuolumne County Trap Championships Saturday. The event is limited to county residents or MLGC members and immediate family. Sign-ups start at 8:30 a.m. and shooting begins at 9:30
There is a $35 entry fee for 100 targets at 16 yards. 

Grizzlies shooters lead way at MLGC event

The California Grizzlies shooting team took home six first-place awards, including the overall title, Saturday at Mother Lode Gun Club.
Grizzly Forrest Greenwood, of Ceres, topped the field of 24 with a 491-13X out of 500 possible. He also had the high offhand score (98-0) and the high rapid sitting score (100-2X).  

Bears, Wildcats return to gridiron

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Maggie Beck / Union Democrat Summerville’s J.T. McCready makes a fantastic catch for a touchdown Wednesday under tight coverage from Sonora’s David MacDonald at Thorsted Field.
Summerville scored more touchdowns than Sonora in a 7-on-7 scrimmage Wednesday evening at Thorsted Field. That, plus a dollar, will still only get you a cheap cup of coffee.
The outcome of a scrimmage is just about as important as wearing sunblock in the shower. What is important in a scrimmage is seeing individual effort in a game-like atmosphere. That is exactly what the Sonora and Summerville coaches were able to observe in their first action of the offseason.

Cool Sport

Maggie Beck / Union Democrat Reese Morlan, 10, of Sonora, winds up for a shot.
Sonora Water Polo began one of its summer programs Tuesday at Sonora Sports and Fitness Center under the direction of former Sonora Wildcat star scorer Josh Martin. Splashball, a camp for kids ages 6 to 9, starts June 16.

Boitano to play in All-Star game

Calaveras Redskins first basemen Thomas Boitano will play one final high school game as he was selected to play in the 25th annual All-Star Baseball Classic. 

Softball tourney for tikes Aug. 15

The second annual Softball Tournament for Tikes is set for Saturday, Aug. 15 in Mountain Ranch. 
Proceeds from the Coed adult event will benefit Rail Road Flat Ready to Learn Parent Cooperative Preschool.
The winning teams will receive tournament T-shirts and a team trophy. 
Entry fee is $20 per player, with a minimum of eight players per team. A snack shack will be available for food, refreshments, including beer. No outside alcohol is allowed. 
For more information, contact Rochelle Hie, 754-3054 or email  This e-mail address is being protected from spam bots, you need JavaScript enabled to view it .

Cats, Bears to get early look at scrimmage

Are you ready for some football? There won’t be any popping pads or hard hits, but nonetheless, there will be football being played. 

Fitness phenoms

Seven Sonora Wildcats earned physical fitness recognition May 26 at the Sonora High School awards assembly. Sophomores Adrianna Albanez, MaKenna Poole and Levi Lowe and freshmen Alexia Franco, Quinton Elli, Jacob Evans, Clayton Roberson were awarded the Outstanding Achievement in recognition of superior performance in physical fitness.

Summerville's 'Triple threats'

Summerville High School honored its Bears athletes last week with the inaugural three-sport athlete BBQ. The event honored athletes who participated in sports in the fall, winter, and spring seasons. 

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