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Sonora’s Lehnert to be enshrined into East Bay State Hall of Fame

Maggie Beck / Union Democrat Mark Lehnert, at left, poses with a game ball from the American Professional Soccer League and gloves that he used during his time in Germany’s Bundesliga. Lehnert, above, makes a save.
A Sonora man will be inducted into the Cal State East Bay Sports Hall of Fame on Sunday in Hayward.

Mark Lehnert, a standout goalkeeper and four-year starter, protected the goal for the Pioneers soccer program from 1985-89.

“It’s pretty cool,” Lehnert said. “Not many people have been inducted into the Hall of Fame. It’s kind of like an honor.”

Sports briefs: Hound trials to be held in Coulterville

The Modesto Houndsmen Club will host the 2014 Memorial Weekend Field Trials onMay 24 and 25 in Coulterville.

Entry fee for the swim and drag races is $10. There will be a qualifying race for the swimming event, but not the drag race.

Cash prize for the swim and drag finals is $600 each. 

A raffle will be held on Sunday.

For more information, visit the club’s website at https://modestohoundsmen.com/.

Frogs finish season with Final Four loss to Capital Christian

Bret Harte’s memorable girls’ soccer season came to an end on Wednesday in Sacramento.

No. 3 Capital Christian scored the match’s first goal two minutes into regulation and pulled away in a 3-0 win over No. 7 Bret Harte in the semifinals of the Division VI Sac-Joaquin Section Championships.

“It was a tight game,” said Bullfrogs first-year head coach Miguel Santos. “We gave all our effort. We have to learn from this game, but this game will make us a little stronger and will change the way we practice now. Everybody was so happy. Like I told you in our game against Sonora in the preseason, our goal this year was to have fun and we did.”

Redskins softball win first 2 playoff games

The Calaveras Redskins softball team is one win away from playing in the Division V Sac-Joaquin Section Championship game.

Calaveras defeated Lindhurst 4-2 its first match and topped Ripon 8-4 in its second contest on Wednesday at the Arnaiz Softball Complex in Stockton.

“It’s nice to be able to win those two games,” said Calaveras head coach Mike Koepp. “The second one was more impressive. It was a good team win for us. Everyone contributed. It was nice.”

World title shot: Drive, hard work lead TJ Dillashaw to championship bout

Jason Buck / Union Democrat Angels Camp native TJ Dillashaw (above) briefly stopped training for a quick photograph earlier this month at Urijah Faber’s Ultimate Fitness in Sacramento. Dillashaw (below) was training there six days a week in preparation for his world championship fight against belt holder Renan Barao on May 24.
hen Tyler Jeffrey Dillashaw steps into the Octagon at UFC 173 in Las Vegas, two decades of hard work, grit and determination will pay off with a chance to win a world championship. 

TJ will headline the May 24 pay-per-view main event with bantamweight title holder Renan Barao. It will be the first championship fight for the former Bret Harte wrestling standout.

“I got goosebumps when I heard about the fight,” TJ said. “I was crazy excited. I was supposed to fight someone else, but it just worked out. I was next in line. I knew that if I put in the hard work, my time would come.”

But for the 28-year-old Angels Camp native, his journey to this world championship opportunity was achieved through heart and the drive and fire to outwork everybody else.

It was 20 years in the making.

Skins win! Durham shuts down Escalon

Calaveras ace Wyatt Durham fired a complete game to help lead the Redskins over Escalon 5-3 Monday in the first round of the Sac-Joaquin Section Division V Baseball Championships.

Escalon will not return to the section championship game for the first time in five years. The Cougars owned the section title from 2010-12 and were the runners-up in 2013, but Durham and the Redskins jumped on the traditional powerhouse and never let up.

“Wyatt’s all of 5-6 and 135 pounds, but when it comes to grit and determination, he can’t be beat,” said Redskins head coach Tom DeLappe.

No. 7 Bullfrogs stun No. 2 Grizzlies

In Bret Harte’s first trip to the first round of the Division VI Sac-Joaquin Section Championships in more than five years, the Bullfrogs girls’ soccer team earned a 1-0 overtime road victory against host Mariposa on Thursday.

Bullfrog sophomore Maddie Fichtner scored the match’s lone goal off an assist from Sarah Diamanti-Wilson at the six minute mark in the first extra time period and held on for the upset win over No. 2 Mariposa.

“It was a pretty intense game,” said Bret Harte head coach Miguel Santos. “It was a back and forth game. Mariposa was pretty good. They held onto the ball. It was really intense. 

“It’s exciting because we didn’t talk about playoffs, but we’re in and we’re trying to do our best. I’m going to do my best as a coach, and I know the girls are going to try hard.”

New S’ville bass club started by students

Two Summerville High School students established a fishing club in April in hopes of competing in bass tournaments.

Chad Sweitzer, 16, is acting club president and Salvador Jurado serves as vice president.

The club is advised by Summerville Principal David Johnstone.

“The bass fishing club at Summerville is going to inspire students to really get out in nature and give back to the community,” Johnstone said. “We want to do some great things. We want to enter competitions and let the kids have fun.”

Knowles bashing softballs at Cabrillo

Cassidy Knowles could not have recorded her first college hit in better fashion.

In her third career game with Cabrillo College in Aptos, the 2013 Sonora High graduate hit a grand slam at the Monterey Tournament to help the Seahawks beat Feather River 8-4 on Feb. 1.

“That was huge,” said Cabrillo head coach Kristy Ballinger. “We knew Cassidy had a lot of power. For it to actually show on her first hit, we knew we had something special.”

Free tennis clinic to be held at Bret Harte

A United States Professional Tennis Association pro will be leading a free tennis clinic on Saturday, May 17 from 9 to 11 a.m.

Angella Woods, along with local high school coaches and other tennis teaching professionals, will help direct the 15th annual Youth Tennis Clinic at Bret Harte High School in Angels Camp.

“Many youth from local and surrounding counties have participated in past free clinics,” Woods said in a release. “All players, beginners to advanced, are encouraged to participate. This is a great opportunity for junior players to meet with other aspiring tennis players in the community.”

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