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Cougar Bulletin
Friday, March 27

Live Concert, Sat. March 28th in theCarl Borelli Amphitheaterwith special guest performance by the Sac State Latin Jazz Ensemble.  El Dorado High School Music Department’s annual fund raiser A Taste of Main Street is a fun afternoon of music with a silent auction, a raffle and a fabulous bake sale. Gates open at 12:30pm, admission is $10 at the door.  For more information please visit our website a

Congratulations to Joshlyn Wright for hitting 1000, going 3 for 3 in her softball game, on Wednesday against Liberty Ranch.

Last week's word of the week winner was Brian Lane for his sentence: Recycling and conservation are sustainable practices in regards to preserving natural resources. Go see Mr. Potter for your prize Brian. This week's word is finite. Definition: having limits or bounds. Submit your own sample sentence using this word, but hurry because the amount of time left to do so is finite.

Boy's golf beats Union Mine. Great scores by Christian Grier, Auston Wells, Cody Pugh and ESPECIALLY the Big Cat, captain Gabe Fierro. Cougars are 5 and OHHHHHHHfor the league.

Your JV Girls Soccer team dominated last night for another league win. This time it was 5-0 over Rosemont. The offense played amazing and Yesi Garcia scored two goals, Nichole Eckhardt scored two goals, and Brianna Ogzewalla scored once. Goal keeper Lauren Lewis and the rest of the defense again completed the effort and secured the shutout. 

The Varsity Girls soccer team played another tough opponent and came out on top with a 1-0 victory. The winning goal came on an outstanding assist by Mariah Thomson to Rachael Beam who kicked a left footed shot from the top of the box into the back of the net. This was followed by strong defense from Riley Weinhold, Claire McGill, and Karla Reyes who had 3 steals a piece and Kylie Haverson who had 6 savess and another shutout. Congratulations on an outstanding week to start your season ladies!

REMINDER! If you are applying to the Forest Service Generation Green Paid Internship this summer, you MUST have your applications and ALL materials in to Mrs. Bastian in the Career Center by 1:15PM on Friday, March 27! They will be collected at 1:15 and delivered to the Forest Service for consideration for this year's Generation Green Team! See Mrs. Thornburgh in Room N7 if you have any questions!!!

LOST AND FOUND: If you have recently lost something on campus, please come into the main office and check the lost and found box BEFORE today. Anything that is not claimed will be donated to charity over Spring Break.


Word of the Week

FINITE: adjective - describing something that has limits or bounds
Example: Once the most abundant bird in North America, the passenger pigeon became extinct due to hunting and habitat loss, proving that the species was finite after all.


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