Rosealee Rieman ready for Junior Olympic trip |

Rosealee Rieman ready for Junior Olympic trip

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Douglas High School senior Rosealee Rieman has qualified to compete at the National Junior Olympic Shooting Championships in Colorado Springs.
Katrina Allment, Kid Pix / Special to The R-C |

Rosealee Rieman is set to compete at the National Junior Olympic Shooting Championships in Colorado Springs on April 15-16 at the U.S. Olympic Training Center.

The Douglas High School senior has qualified to compete in the women’s smallbore event.

“This is an amazing opportunity that I am truly grateful to be awarded,” Rieman explained.

The top three shooters from this event, being hosted by USA Shooting, will qualify for the 2017 Junior Olympic team that competes on an international level.

Her goal to raise $3,300 to help offset costs for the trip was surpassed thanks to GoFundMe. More than $3,900 was raised in eight days — — for Rosealee and her father/coach, Eric Rieman, for travel, lodging, meals and fees.

Rosealee is Nevada’s only native representative, male or female, entered in the Junior Olympic event.

Genoa Lakes ladies golf begins April 4

The Genoa Lakes Ladies’ Golf Club will kick off its 2017 season on April 4. Women golfers age 18 and older are invited to join in for a season of weekly tournaments offered for members on Tuesday mornings at one of the Genoa Lakes courses from April through mid-October.

Dues are $145 per year and cover GHIN handicap dues, three complimentary luncheons, a hole-in-one fund and awards.

Members with an established GHIN handicap are eligible to participate in Northern Nevada Women’s Golf Association’s High Sierra Team Play for an additional $5 per year.

Contact president Mary Zimmerman at 435-655-5267 or for information or to obtain a membership application.

Baseball umpire clinic Sunday in Sun Valley

A baseball umpire clinic is set for Sunday at 10 a.m. at Gepford Park, home of Sun Valley Cal Ripken baseball.

The park is located at 305 E. Gepford Parkway.

The clinic will be covering first base mechanics such as reading the ball, coming into pivot on a base hit and taking the runner into second.

There will be another station from inside the diamond about how to work the “B” position and get in the best view for the pick-off at first and the steal at second, how to cover the double play from the “B” and “C” positions.

There will be another station about how to work behind the plate and properly clear the catcher, head height and ball tracking and many more things that were not taught at the high school umpires clinic.

Attending the clinic will also qualify you to work Babe Ruth and Cal Ripken baseball and qualify you for state and regional tournaments.

Hunter safety class on April 8

The Douglas County Sheriff’s Office will host its final spring hunter safety class on April 8.

The class will be held from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. at the Douglas County Sheriff’s Office and is limited to 35 students. Pre-registration is required. Visit or call the sheriff’s administration office at 782-9900 for information.

Completion of a work book is mandatory prior to the class. The work book can be obtained at the Sheriff’s Office or purchased online.

The cost of the course is $5; registration fees for student under 18 years of age is paid for by the Carson Valley Chukar Club.

The class is certified and anyone who passes receives a certificate valid anywhere in the U.S. and Canada.

The course covers such topics as wilderness survival, gun safety, wildlife habitat and conservation, archery and hunting regulations.

Douglas wrestling clinic set for April

The Douglas High School wrestling team will host a clinic over a span of four weeks in April.

The clinic for youngsters ages 5-16 will be held on Monday and Wednesday evenings from 6-7:30 p.m. in the school’s small gym. The dates are April 3 and 5, April 10 and 12, April 17 and 19, April 24 and 26.

The cost is $125.

Instruction in basic fundamentals will be offered in a variety of areas, including stance and motion, single leg and double leg moves, Half Nelson, pinning combinations, escapes and switches, situational wrestling, and in the final session, full matches will be held. Call coach Jake Fair at 775-790-1390 for information.

Douglas alumni golf tourney on June 16

The Douglas High School football program will host its sixth annual alumni golf tournament on June 16 at the Carson Valley Golf Course.

The Friday event starts at 9 a.m. with a post-tournament luncheon to follow at the Carson Valley Country Club. Participants will receive a complimentary gift.

The cost is $100 per person for those who register before May 1 ($125 afterward) or $400 for a foursome. Hole sponsorships are also available for $100 per hole.

Contact Douglas coach Ernie Monfiletto at for information.

Molly Awards applications now being accepted

Me-for-Incredible-Youth, Inc. (MEFIYI) is now taking applications for student-athletes who will be recognized during the 13th annual Molly Youth Awards Banquet on May 1 at the Carson Valley Inn.

This event is named after former Douglas High School student-athlete Molly Lahlum.

Applicants eligible for this recognition must be Douglas County students between the ages of 9 and 18. Student-athletes must qualify in each of following areas: academic excellence, athletic participation and community service.

Three $1,000 college scholarships will be awarded to seniors. Forty student-athletes will be selected for MEFIYI’s 2017 class. A completed nomination form must be postmarked by mail or emailed no later than April 10.

Nomination forms are at and click the Molly Awards link. Email or call 781-5954 for information.