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Riverbank High

Football Scrimmage

On Saturday, Aug. 21, Riverbank High's varsity football program will host an 11 a.m. scrimmage with former Trans-Valley League foe, Ripon Christian, at the RHS stadium. It will be the first game situation action for the 2010 Bruins.

Impact Seeks

Players, Coaches

With a successful season just completed, the Impact Volleyball Club is already looking ahead to next year. They currently have a need for more coaches in the U16 area and also are hoping to recruit some new players.

"I am hiring for coaches," said Impact director Irene Laugero. "Also we need 12 and under players, that team will almost all be moving up (age level) so it will be a good opportunity for beginners."

Players between the ages of 8 and 11 that are interested in trying some competitive volleyball are encouraged to sign up for Impact.

Interested coaches that want to work with the U16 players can also contact Laugero at 838-8181 for additional information.

September Bean

Run Slated

Tracy Dry Bean Festival organizers have announced the return of the Bean Run. Applications are available at the Tracy Chamber of Commerce for contestants interested in participating in the Bean Festival's Bean Run, which will kick off festivities for the Festival weekend Saturday, Sept. 11.

The Bean Run will start at City Hall at 8 a.m. The run is a 5K and 10K with three awards deep for the two age groups: Adults and 17 and under. T-shirts and goodie bags will be given to participants. Pre-registration can be done online by visiting: Day of registrations will also be accepted for a higher fee.

For more information on the Bean Run visit the Bean Festival website, or call 209-835-2131.