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Tanzi Propst / (Park City, Utah) Park Record
Jack Kariotis of Belvedere twists off the bottom air during the men's qualifications at Deer Valley Resort during the Visa FIS Freestyle World Cup Moguls event on Jan. 11.

Belvedere skier comes up short at World Cup competition

By JEFF DEMPSEY
jdempsey@thearknewspaper.com
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The past nine months of Jack Kariotis' life have been consumed with skiing. After being named to the U.S. Ski Team last April, the 21-year-old Belvedere resident spent May at a camp at Squaw Valley in Lake Tahoe, then followed that up with a two-week trip to Whistler, British Columbia.

"Then I went to Australia for three weeks. Then Switzerland. Then France," he says. Kariotis, who took the fall 2017 quarter off from the University of California at Los Angeles to focus on training, finished last year by competing in the U.S. Freestyle Selections Dec. 18 and 20 in Colorado.

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Tiburon U12 boys soccer team captures NorCal Premier title

The Tiburon Peninsula Soccer Club Sharks U12 Red boys took home the state title Dec. 9 at NorCal Premier Soccer's State Cup championships, defeating NorthBay Elite FC Ajax of Fairfield 1-0 at Mary Grogan Field in Modesto.

After the Sharks scored early, the rest of the match was a tightly contested effort to keep NorthBay off the scoreboard. Team manager Amy Kline Lapp said the game was a nail-biter from start to finish.

The Sharks U12 boys team is John Anderluh, Tyler Bell, Sean Cunneen, Christian DeLeon, Oliver DeVito, Drew Fisher, Scotty Lapp, Carter McDonald, Lucas Murgel, Jax Sandrich, Ty Sims and Jack Voges. The Sharks were coached by Andrew Shuter.
— Jeff Dempsey

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