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News10 Game of The Week - Oak Ridge 33, Vista del Lago 22

EL DORADO HILLS, CA - Trojans head coach Eric Cavaliere had much to smile about after his Oak Ridge team knocked off the Vista del Lago Eagles 33-22 in their home opener during Friday's News10 Game of the Week. 

Quarterback Jason Samuels was a standout for the Trojans on Friday night, beginning the game with a 24-yard touchdown pass to Lance Berringer, giving Oak Ridge the early 6-0 lead.

The Eagles marched back as quarterback Aaron Young hit Logan Smith 19-yards for the score, then converting the extra point to give Vista the 7-6 lead.

Oak Ridge went on a scoring strike, with touchdowns from Bobby Gatta and another Samuels hookup to Preston Dean from nine yards out, as the Trojans pulled away.

With the win, Oak Ridge (1-0) will host the Rocklin Thunder next Friday. The Thunder defeated Los Banos 27-19 on Friday night.

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Casino mystery safe to be opened next week

STATELINE, NV - A concealed safe discovered during a casino remodel will be opened next week, according to the property owner's son.

Jacob Laub posted an online message saying the safe would be opened by a locksmith Tuesday afternoon at 1 p.m. and the event would be streamed on the Internet.

Construction workers tearing old sheetrock off metal studs in the former Bill's Casino last week discovered the safe in a tiny room with no access.

"Everybody's curious about it and wondering if there's money inside," said Gustavo Valdez, one of the workers.

Some have even speculated the safe could contain clues into the unsolved car bomb murder of a former owner of the casino in 1968.

"Maybe there will be some documents," said Sean MacIntyre, another worker.

The property's new owner, Mike Laub, acquired Bill's Casino last year and is planning to put a drugstore, restaurant and casino in the space.

News10's GAMEPLAN for tonight's High School football action

SACRAMENTO - News10 will be kicking off this year's high school football season with coverage of some exciting matchups.

Tonight's Game of the Week will open with Vista del Lago at Oak Ridge. 

News10's Bryan May will be reporting live at 6:00 p.m., then handing out free swag. The game starts at 7:30 p.m. in El Dorado Hills.

This year's inaugural Fan Game of the Week will be El Camino at Colfax at 7:30 p.m. News10's Nick Monacelli will be covering the game all night and interviewing coaches and players.

This week's Fan Game of the Week was chosen as the winner after 55,000 votes.

The remaining schedule of game's that News10 will cover tonight include:

Franklin at Sheldon, in Elk Grove and Chavez at Stagg in Stockton, both starting at 7:00 p.m.

Bear River at Cordova, Pioneer at Liberty Ranch, River City at Whitney, Los Banos at Rocklin, Rio Linda at Roseville, and Kennedy at Highlands at 7:30 p.m.

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Park District gives new life to closed school

Park District gives new life to closed school

Folsom Cordova Unified School District recently faced the closure of two of their Elementary schools in Rancho Cordova.  Rather than let the facility sit idle, Cordova Recreation and Park District approached the school district about allowing the use of the space for community events and classes.  In a unique and cooperative arrangement, these two public agencies have entered into a long term lease allowing the Park District use of the facility as a new community center, while retaining ownership of the land and facility by the school district for future use as a school.  A low cost, 25 year lease has been negotiated, allowing both agencies to walk away with a win; the Folsom Cordova Unified School District will not have an empty building to attract vandalism and theft, and Cordova Recreation and Park District gains some much needed space