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Mountain Storm Jujitsu in Sonora is hosting a pair of Tuolumne County Recreation Martial Arts Camps this summer. The first ends Friday and the second begins July 6. Janet Colombani, 11, of Tuolumne (right), works with Ella Schmidt, 9, of Sonora on Monday.

Special rule helps South upend North

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Sonora’s Kahale Warring (left) and Zerek Saldivar (right) and Calaveras’ Connor Hamilton participated Saturday in the 42nd Lions All-Star Football Game at Tracy High School. Guy Dossi / Union Democrat
TRACY — The South got the victory over the North Saturday in the 42nd annual Lions All-Star Football Game at Tracy High School’s Wayne Schneider Stadium, but perhaps an asterisk should be put next to its 51-38 win.

Bobby Papapetrou bowls 7th career perfect game

This column covers May 26 through June 4.
Bobby Papapetrou, of the Summer Trios league, last week fell one frame short of perfection. This week he finished off his perfect game and was obviously the high scorer for this report.

Phil Coke back in AL with Toronto

Tuolumne County native and Sonora High graduate Phil Coke has made a quick return to the American League after a brief stint earlier this season with the Chicago Cubs.

Hoyt at the helm: Tireless recruiter doesn’t have offseason

Read more...For Columbia Claim Jumpers head basketball coach Rob Hoyt, there is no offseason. 
Hoyt will do whatever it takes to win, including being on the phone all day if that is what it takes to be competitive in the winter.

Lions All Stars gear for Saturday’s game

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Sonora’s Kahale Warring (left) and Zerek Saldivar walk off the field Thursday after a hot practice at Stagg High School in Stockton. Guy Dossi / Union Democrat
STOCKTON — Most high school students who are fresh off graduation are spending their early summer free time hanging out at the lake, staying up all night, and enjoying no longer being in school.That is not the case for Kahale Warring, Zerek Saldivar, and Connor Hamilton. Those three men have spent the past week in two-a-day practices under the 95 degree Stockton sun, preparing for Saturday’s 42nd Lions All-Star football game at Tracy High School’s Wayne Schneider Stadium.

Champ camp

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.

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