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Bauer to play for All-Stars
Colfax High’s Kylee Bauer has been selected to play for the North All-Stars in Saturday’s 39th All Star Optimist All-Star Girls Basketball Game at Sacramento High School.
Joining Bauer on the North team from the Pioneer Valley League, will be Cassie Pissik from Lincoln and Baylee Vanderdoes from Placer.
The girls’ teams will tip-off at 4 p.m. and the boys’ game will follow immediately afterward. Tickets are general admission $10, seniors $8, students $5 and children under 12  $3.
Between games, Bear River’s Duwaine Ganskie will be inducted into the Optimist Hall of Fame at the 39th annual Optimist All Star Game.

Baseball Pancake Breakfast
Colfax High’s baseball team will host a fundraising pancake breakfast from 8 to 11:30 a.m.Saturday, April 16 at Placer Hills School in Meadow Vista. The breakfast, which will feature pancakes, eggs, sausage, juice and coffee, costs $6. Purchased tickets at the door or from members of the Colfax High baseball team. Ticket purchase includes raffle entry. Raffle tickets will also be available for purchase on Saturday.

Hoops golf tourney
Signups are still being taken for the first Colfax High Boys and Girls Basketball Golf Tourney scheduled for Sunday, April 24 at the Ridge Golf Club in Auburn.
The tournament, which will begin with a 9 a.m. shotgun start, costs $110 per player and includes golf, cart, range balls, breakfast before the tourney and either a tri-tip or chicken dinner following the event.
Format will be a four-player scramble with awards and prizes for winning teams. Hole and corporate sponsorships are available, ranging from $100 to $1,000. All proceeds go the Colfax High boys’ and girls’ basketball programs. For more information or to reserve a foursome, contact Terry O’Keefe at (530) 305-8328 or Rich Simpton at (530) 559-5910.

SFLL umpires needed
Sierra Foothills Little League is offering interested individuals, age 12 and older, the opportunity to work this season as a baseball umpire. Umpiring will be a part-time job that provides evening and weekend work opportunities.
In addition to providing hard-working individuals the ability to earn money, umpiring for SFLL is a great way for individuals to take responsibility, to be assertive, to work cooperatively with peers and adults, and to give back to the community.
Umpires can earn $40 per game for umpiring behind the plate or $20 for the bases. For more information, contact