Sports Briefs: Pop Warner registration slated for May 19, 25
Funds sought for missing sliding mat
A fundraising webpage has been set up to help replace the Truckee High softball team’s $375 sliding mat, which went missing from the scorekeepers shack at Truckee River Regional Park. Funds may be donated at https://www.gofundme.com/2zyvk28s.
E.J. Tegner “Let’s Bet on Youth” Golf Tournament
Thursday, May 5, will be the second annual E.J. Tegner “Let’s Bet on Youth” Golf Tournament at Old Greenwood Golf Course. The event will include 18 holes of golf, longest drive, closes to the pin and putting contest. The format is four-person, two-net better ball. Cost is $400 per team and/or $100 per person. Questions may be directed to Brian McGeever at 530-581-1100 or Travis Alley at 530-550-7004. Register by going to http://www.letsbetonyouth.com.
Truckee Fun Run
Registration is available for Truckee Elementary’s Running Wild Fun Run on Saturday, May 21. There will be a 5K, 10K and fun 1-mile obstacle course race on the trails of Tahoe Donner’s Alder Creek Adventure Center. The event is open to all ages. The 10K race starts at 9 a.m., the 5K race starts at 9:30 and 1-mile obstacle course starts at 10:30. Registration and packet pick-up are from 7:30-8:30 on race morning. This event is a fundraiser for Truckee Elementary School. Sign up at TruckeeELPTO.org.
Pop Warner registration
Mandatory in-person registration for Truckee Pop Warner will be held at Alder Creek Middle School on May 19 and May 25 from 5:30-7:30 p.m. Registration dates include uniform fitting, physicals and birth certificate turn-in. Fees are $210 per player or cheerleader. Fees increase after Aug. 1. Payment plans and sibling and volunteer discounts are available. Go to http://www.truckeeyouthfootballandcheer.com for more info.
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Students frustrated at the cancellation of sports waved signs and delivered speeches at a Truckee High School protest in an attempt to return to the field this year.