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2C Wednesday, Ja~,24,2001 Bulletin, Pr0gres~ )FG More Money R lsed :for two and a half hours, but madeReSpndingby it:gont ' t The most recent fund-raising that didn t deter the boys. 1 conduct evening effort for the lights at the Feath- In the third game, the Wi d- end meetings, er River College athletic fields cats beat Loyalton 42-20. Hubert Fish and GamatiO !a' $7,500.was a drawing that raised er shot 17 points, Stayer put in 16 announced that Among the prizes offered pointS,points, VinnyTrey WeStcarr earnedtotaled 84 ing is schedu-led P'O" were a ermont Castings wood points and Tony Hartwig added Feb. 2, and Satur p.( stove (valued at $2,000) from 2 points. 2001, in SacramentaL. -" Quincy Hot Spot, $1,000 cash, a The Wildcats open their sea- Commission Pre . I i ...... .... Photo by Shannon Morrow Qui y's CJ Dunb=r pins a Greenville opponent using his leg. Dunbar won first place In the 130-I und lass at the Pettola Invitation=l. Few more intl rm=tion, see page lC. I By l mson $Oo s Editor The Quincy High School boys basketball team beat East Nicolaus and lost to Live Oak last week, giving them a 2-1 league record. The Trojans hosted East Nicolaus Jan. 19, defeating them 61-40. Ten Quincy play- ers scored in the game, and East Nicolaus was held to sin- die-digit scoring in every quar- ter but one. "We're finally playing as a team," said coach Howard Hughes. Mike Vineyard and Roy DaVeiga led the scoring, com- bining for 28 points. Kris Kurpjuweit stepped it up a notch, performing well against the best East Nicolaus player, said Hughes. Cliff Conover and Zach Ray also had good games. Conover controlled the boards and played tough on defense. Ray distributed the ball nicely and had many assists. The Trojans shot 14-17 from the free-throw line. Quincy had a tougher time " FREE FlightS! Take a high-flying adven- ture, and learn about aviation at the same time. Local pilots and members of Susanville's FAA Chapter 794 continue to offer free atxpla e rides for eight to seventeen-year rids. Qualified pilots and aircraft are available on short notice. For reserva- tions or information, call 253-3987 ,'1 J L-- against Live Oak when they team played when they defeat- were on the road Jan. 17, and ed East Nicolaus, 59-33. Chris lost 60-31. Driscoll scored 22 points, Ja- "We were poor at best," said son Kurpjuweit earned 8 Hughes. "There was not a lot points and Beau Blanton of energy, and we missed a lot added 7 points. of shots." Against Live Oak, Quincy Tonight the Trojans host was victorious, 50-22. Driscoll Delta, and Friday they travel again registered 22 points, to play Capital Christian. Kurpjuweit totaled 10 points and Chris King claimed 7 Junior varsity points. Evan Reed was 4-4 from Everyone on Quincy's JV the stripe. Offer extended to January 31, 2001. See dealer for details. DuPont Power Tool 23 Crescent St. Quincy, CA 95971 (530) 283-2136 or 1-88-88 2 RIDE 1 IIII Make a di{ ePence in gooe childPen'a world. Pr, otecf them against secondhand smoke. When someone lights a cigarette in yoor home. it ills the air with r.any ot the sor.e poisons -o nd in toxic waste dumps. The poisons in secondhand stroke pat children in danger severe respiratory diseases ar l can hinder the growth of their lands. Keep ;loor hoa e, car and children's envieonr.ent stroke reel For information on how to make your home and car smoke-free contact Plumas County Tobacco Use Reduction Program at 283-6427. ]his advertising was made possible by funds received from the Tobacco Tax Health Protection Act of 1988 and Proposition 99, through the California Deportment of Health Services, under contract #89-97921. I shopping cart full of groceries son in Reno Jan. 20, and are the Chrisman stated and a $25 gift certificate from defending champions, knowledge "thisiek t Safeway, and a year of pizzas Gold Open time that the be meeting on a (one per month) from The Pizza Ski Gold Mountain, near least in recent his Factory and from Round Table Johnsville, is open Fridays, Sat- Commissioner Pizza. urdays and Sundays from 9:30 res in attending Tickets went on sale in Octo- a.m. to 4 p.m, and will be open ' 7 ing on April , ..... ber for $5 each, and over 1,500 onallschoolholidays, trigued by the r were sold. None of the winners The slopes have limited cov- by several sports were present at the time of the erage with two feet of well- drawing. Rick Carmichael, from San groomed snow. As soon as an- dance. He convinct lt " other storm arrives, snow tub- Commissioners t01" . Jose, won the wood stove, and ing will hopefully begin, or two meetings Quincy's John Poston won the Ski Gold Mountain operates include a SaturdaY m $1,000. Quincy resident Jeri two surface tows. Prices are as sidering the 2001L fl schedule. Feb. 3 Ashley won the groceries, follows: Adult, $24; youth (13- first Saturday ' P' Greenville's Loretta Hernan- 18), $16; child (6-12), $12; and se- dez won the pizzas from Round nior (65+), $16. The commission, Table, and Quincy's Jeff Mose Half-day prices begin at 1scheduled a Saturn'I "' won the pizzas from Pizza Fac- p.m. Half-day prices are: Adult, on Aug. 4, 2001, to lic recommendS].._. tory. $16; youth, $12; child, $10; and 2002-2004 sport fis~ So far, over $70,000 has been senior. $12. raised for the Light Up the Life Season passes are also avail- tions. The comm m)i ' of an Athlete Fund. able. The prices are: Adult, tinely schedul Wildcats take 2rid $220; youth, $150; child, $120; hearings for the The Feather River Middle and senior, S165. The Feb. 2 meet School sixth grade boys cap- tured second place in the Sierra R glsttation extended clude discussions.1 e ':. Valley Basketball Tournament Feather River College is offer- tion to list the t3aj [ birdbush as an Saturday, Jan. 13. Nate Hubert ing snowboarding and alpinespecies, a petition and Marcus Stayer earned All- skiing classes now through March. The classes will teach salmon as an Tournament selections, techniques, safety and how to species candidate, The Wildcats lost their first select equipment, ment of Fish game, 43-28, to Our Lady of The classes will be held Jan. (DFG) five-year Snows from Reno. Hubert 19 through March 17 at Goldon kelp managemeN scored 14 points and Stayer Mountain. Class times will el- vesting, and the added 8 points. Some adjustments were made ther be 1-4 p.m. on Fridays, or 9 request for special to utilize its traditi for the second game, and thea.m. to noon on Saturdays. The cost is $17 per class. Wildcats defeated Janesville 39- Registration has been extend- 36. Hubert recorded 26 points ed through Jan. 26. For more m- and Stayer delivered 9 points, formation, call 283-0202, exten- "The kids played hard the sion214. whole game." said coach Hu- bert. "'The game was delayed ing methods to tag during the Feather Salmon Ceremony. See the difference local computer service and support can Wl Complete systems start at under $1000 Competitive pricing on accessories and supplies 17" monitor .........$232 CD-ROM ............ $ PSI2 keyboard ........ $25 MS Intellimouse ...... Speakers .$16 Microphone .......... 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