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COMMUNITY SPORTS: Three Carson runners qualify for national meet

Nevada Appeal Staff Report

Three Carson City runners qualified for the National Junior Olympic Cross Country Championships with top-20 finishes at Sunday’s Region 14 races in Folsom, Calif.

The national championships are in Hoover, Ala. on Dec. 11.

Erika Sosa, a junior at Carson High, finished ninth in the Intermediate Division with a time of 22:12 for the 5K race.

Another CHS standout, freshman Alex Drozdoff, finished 18th in the Youth Girls Division. She covered the 4K distance in 15:07.

Blanca Sosa, a fifth-grader at Seeliger Elementary, finished 16th in the Midget Division. She ran a 13:22 for the 3K race.

Christmas party set at Empire Ranch

Empire Ranch is hosting its annual Christmas party Dec. 16 at 6 p.m. at Mallards, the course’s fine restaurant.

There is music and dancing following dinner.

The cost is $26 per person. If you bring two cans of food per person for the holiday food drive you get deduct $5 per person off the price.

For reservations and information call Mallards at 885-1019.

Three-way battle for Mosconi lead

Jerry’s Kids, Role Models and Support Rackless Habits are battling for the top spot in the Mosconi Division of the Carson City chapter of the American Poolplayers Association.

Currently, Jerry’s Kids have 41 points which is one better than the other two teams. Rack Fink is fourth with 39 points.

David Giovacchini of Jerry’s Kids and Edwin Scrivner of Rack Busters are tied for first in the

6-7 tier with 30 points apiece. Mike Snoddy of Cues Yer Daddy leads the 4-5 tier with 34 points, while Justin Leuty of Big Dogs has 26 points. Janice Cameron of The Spoke leads the 2-3 tier with 33 points, two ahead of Josiah Toledo of Young & Restless.

Miller’s ‘Wintervention’

comes to Lake Tahoe

Warren Miller’s “Wintervention” comes to Montbleu at Stateline on Dec. 3-4.

Narrated by skiing icon Jonny Moseley, the film features acute cases of classic snow-addiction from across the globe. There are the skiers who sail from Argentina to Antarctica searching for some of the last untouched descents on Earth. There are the skiers and riders who venture deep into the Caucasus Mountains of Georgia, chasing rumors they overheard in a language they don’t speak and there are the skiers who tour far into the northern reaches of the Arctic Circle where they won’t just climb peaks, they’ll get their powder fix at the top of the planet.

The show starts at 7:30 p.m. both days. Tickets are available at Sports LTD. or Montbleu. For more information, go to http://www.montbleu

.com.

Divine 9 passes

are available

It’s the perfect gift for the avid golfer in the Carson Valley.

The Divine 9, a co-op of courses in the Carson Valley, is offering its ticket for the 2011 year at $265 which comes out to less than $30 a round.

The ticket is good for Sunridge, Carson Valley Golf Club, Eagle Valley East and West, Genoa Lakes and the Genoa Lakes Resort course, Silver Oak, Empire Ranch and Dayton Valley Golf Club.

You can play any time from 12 noon on Sunday through Thursday, excluding holidays. You can schedule tee times up to 72 hours in advance.

For more information, call the Carson City Convention and Visitor’s Bureau at 775-687-7410 or the Carson Valley Chamber of Commerce at 1-800-727-7677.

CHS ski team showing film

The Carson High School Ski Team is presenting its annual ski film Friday, Dec. 10 at the Community Center.

Tickets are $10 purchased early at CV Sports or $14 at the door. Doors open at 6:30 p.m.