The Calaveras County Fair and Jumping Frog Jubilee culminated Sunday night with a very well attended destruction derby. The grandstands were full and following the grand event, a line of cars stretched from the fairgrounds to downtown Angels Camp.
Tioga’s Brando Nelson-Haven was busy Friday at his league track meet at Merced College. Nelson-Haven ran in the three most grueling events the meet has to offer, the 800-, 1600- and 3200-meter runs and he also found time to compete in the high jump.
This report covers April 27 through May 7. Summer league bowling is underway. Most have started but the four-man handicap leagues that were scheduled for two days per week had less than full registration, were condensed and will play on Tuesdays.
The Sonora Wildcats varsity boys’ basketball team played the high school’s faculty Friday in a fundraising event for the hoops program at Bud Castle Gymnasium. Before the game a tri-tip dinner was served.