Oakmont High School graduate Preston Guilmet was one of 13 area players named to the first Minor League All-Star Team selected by BaseballSacramento.com, it was announced Sunday. Guilmet didn’t allow a run and earned five saves in six postseason appearances to help the Lake County (Ohio) Captains, an affiliate of the Cleveland Indians, win the Low-A Midwest League championship. BaseballSacramento.com was founded this year by author and historian Rick Cabral. Gabe Jacobo, formerly of Sacramento State, was named MVP of the team.
Roseville softball registration begins Friday
Roseville Girls Softball will begin early-bird registration for the 2011 season Friday. Through Oct. 31, options are $80 per registration and sell candy, or $130 and opt out of candy sales. Regular registration runs from Nov. 1 to Dec. 10 at $85 with candy sales or $135 with no candy sales. Late registration is from Dec. 11 through Jan. 15 and costs $100 with candy sales and $150 without. There is a sibling discount of $15. Visit www.rosevillegirlssoftball.org for additional information.
TV chef to appear at outdoor expo
Chef John McGannon, an author and host on the Outdoor Life Network, will have a booth at the first Gateway to the Sierra’s Sportsman’s & Outdoor Expo this Friday through Sunday at the El Dorado County Fairgrounds in Placerville. McGannon will conduct a demonstration titled “Getting the Most of Your Wild Game Harvests” at 2 p.m. Friday and 3 p.m. Saturday, according to a news release. Guests will be able to sample an assortment of wild game. McGannon is one several top outdoors guides and experts who are scheduled to participate.