Roseville Annihilators capture U10 CYSA Founders Cup
The Roseville Annihilators, a U10 team from the Roseville Youth Soccer Club, wrapped up a six-game run by winning the CYSA Founders Cup on Saturday.
Played over two weekends at Cherry Island Soccer Complex, the Annihilators outscored their opponents 25-2. They beat teams from Clovis, Arnold and South San Francisco to advance to the quarterfinals as the No. 1 seed, then defeated San Francisco 5-0 and the Cap Valley Striking Eagles 3-0 to advance to the championship match, where they defeated Tracy 5-0.
The Roseville team also went 9-1 in the fall season, outscoring foes 58-13, and went 4-0 to capture the “At the Break Shootout” in October in Roseville.
The Annihilators are managed by Billy Auger, and Mike Crews is the assistant coach. Sean Dahlberg, Brayden Larson, Cade Larson and Dominic Chess led the offense. Midfielders included Ethan Auger, Logan Newsom, Michael Ringey, Joshua Almarez and Dominic Salameh. Making up the backfield were Cade Triplett, Dylan Donaldson, Mason Crews, Joshua Ott and goalie Mason Becker.
Knights of Columbus free throw contest
The Knights of Columbus Free Throw Championship is scheduled from 1-3 p.m. Sunday, Jan. 8, at St. Rose Church, 615 Vine Ave., in Roseville.
The contest is open to girls and boys ages 10-14. There will be 10 winners.
For information, call (916) 782-5822.
Baseball skills clinic at Oakmont
Oakmont High School will hold a baseball skills clinic for boys and girls ages 6-13 from 9 a.m. to noon Saturday, Jan. 14, at the varsity field rain or shine.
Coaches and players will provide the instruction. The pre-registration cost is $27 if postmarked by Jan. 10 and $30 at the gate. Players should bring a glove and will receive a camp shirt.
For information, call (916) 782-3781, ext. 2103.
Woodcreek offers Little Lady Timberwolves basketball
Signups are being taken for Little Lady Timberwolves Basketball at Woodcreek High School.
The league is scheduled for four Saturdays: a clinic and evaluation from 9 to 11 a.m. Jan. 21, followed by practices and games on Jan. 28 and Feb. 4 and 11.
Girls in kindergarten and first grade will shoot at 6½-foot baskets. Second- and third-graders will play on eight-foot baskets and fourth- and fifth-graders on 10-foot baskets.
Girls will be introduced to the offensive and defensive fundamentals of basketball, as well as rules and sportsmanship. Woodcreek coaches and players will organize and conduct practices and games.
Pre-registration is $50 with the deadline Dec. 21. Late registration will be held at 8 a.m. Jan. 21 at the Woodcreek gymnasium, and the fee will be $60.
For information, contact Woodcreek girls varsity coach Raymond Beck at (916) 771-6565, ext. 4126, or email@example.com.