Basketball camp June 18-20

Trinity High School boys and girls basketball will be putting on the Gold Rush Basketball Camp Tuesday through Thursday, June 18-20.

Session 1 will be for students entering 2nd-5th grades in 2019-20, between 8:30 and 11:30 a.m.

Session 2 will be for students entering 6th-9th grades in 2019-20, between 1:30 and 4:30 p.m.

Cost is $75 and includes a camp T-shirt and ball. Space is limited. Registration forms can be picked up in the Trinity High School Office. Questions? Email

Cheer camp June 24-27

A Youth Cheer Camp is scheduled from 9 a.m. to noon Monday through Thursday, June 24-27, at the Trinity High School gym. This is for students going into second through eighth grade and is hosted by THS Football Cheer Team.

Cost $60 and includes a free T-shirt and cheer bow. Registration forms and information about the camp can be picked up at Weaverville Elementary School or the THS front office. Return all pre-registration forms to the WES or THS offices.

Late registration is welcome but will not guarantee a shirt and bow.

For more information call or text Shannon Thompson at 941-1412.

TAGA golf results

Trinity Alps Golf Course, June 7

The weekly format was changed up with two-person teams playing a best ball net competition.

1st: Dana McNickles and Dale Woodward, 52

2nd: Cheryl Mikkola and Terry Mardon, 53

KP: Chris Althof, 3”

THS Running Camp 2019

Trinity High School is hosting the sixth annual “Running in the Alps” Camp July 25-27.  

This is a fantastic opportunity for student-athletes to explore and enjoy the trails deep within the Trinity Alps.  

This 3-day/2-night excursion into the Trinity Alps Wilderness with fellow high school runners (entering 9th through exiting 12th graders) is a proven memory of a lifetime, according to camp alumni.  

The training available is remarkable; in fact, 22 prior camp alumni have qualified for CIF State championship competitions.

Meals, fantastic swag’(shirts and bags), guest speakers, our famous T-shirt exchange, camp games galore, and a limitless breakfast at the Mountain Meadow Resort, among many other amenities, are all provided for in the cost.  

Visit the Trinity High School website at, or contact coach Joanne Harper at 739-3645 via text or phone call, or email for application forms or any further information.

Organizers promise you no more amenities than an outhouse (this is serious tent-camping), but unforgettable treks to Snowslide Lake and Upper/Lower Carribou lakes.  

Elevations don’t dip below 5,000 feet, but do rise over 8,000 feet. All will most likely return home with some sore muscles, ready for a shower, and memories of an outstanding Trinity County wilderness experience of a lifetime.

Thanks to the Trinity Trust and the Weaverville Lions Club, limited scholarships are available for interested student-athletes.

There is no excuse for any adventurous high school student to miss this extraordinary opportunity to explore the beautiful outdoors of Trinity County and the Trinity Alps.

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