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Youth Basketball Wednesday, Jan. 24, 2001 3C .g t BUSINESS Colt m nATE ENT P]umas Christian School Diamond View-iS. This was in sent a group of junior high error and the real score should 2000-297 |mg~ff2.1.20~)e~-'-- school boys into the "court- have read PCS 19, Diamond s, ) is/ambusiness room" this past weekend to see View 16. me Park, 1326 Pioneer Rd, how they would fair against Because it was in the official hat item. uled AP.O. BOx 3676, Quincy, CA other 7th grade boys in the book, the game proceeded with tg mewOf( basketball Going into PCS behind by 1, The Plumas ;atur po ekend, they had one boys rallied in spite of their :-,..r~, P.O. Box 3676, Quincy, CA scrimmage and several prac- frustration and came back and n lmndu ed by a husband and rices before the actual tourna- won the game 37-34. ated merit. Plumas Chri3tian's team is a thisi l sm. The team arrived on Friday, very diversified team and all Corral., edwi eCoun c erk Jan. 12, for their first game players added something to n date indicated t ow: against the Loyalton 7th grade the game. Leading scorer was :his t /Clerk team. They came out fighting Tory Manchester with 16 aer and had a rousing lead after points, sinking 2 three-point ng hJ e,.ML CP, PR the first quarter, 12-2. The en- shots. Next in scoring line was brother Trevor Manchester, 7(2 .' ,2001 tire game, Plumas Christian er AS: had an overwhelming lead, with9 points, also with a leading at the half, 22-6. The fi- three-point shot. Trevor also Hn LU3SBUSINESS hal score was 37-10. led in rebounds with nine "~ tar*~E.. sTATEMENT Leading in scoring was Tory boards. " " N~ 2000-298 g;;~LE~- ~ Manchester with 14 points, fol-Stefan Johnson came alive 2-4-2oo5) w aaY~n~n(s) ~are doing business lowed by Ben Lang with 10 and hit for 6 points and two re- 200~ Co., 347 Main Street, points. Ryan Burnworth had 7 bounds. Ben Lang, with his m i0. BOx 1503, Quincy, CA points, while Trevor Manches- quickness and agility, had sev- ter had 6 points. Stefan John- en rebounds and caused four 13, son lead the pack with five turnovers, harassing the other uox 1503, Ouincy, CA steals, team with his abilities. Josh , tO.tallkce ed by a husband and Ben led with eight rebounds Ohlandt had 2 points and three :ndPql followed by Tory with 5 re- . rebounds plus one steal. i lS Commenced to transact bounds Thomas Roach was nmi 0the above name(s)on: right in the thick of things with four rebounds and four les~mv -~ eV.~aas--'rded ~ t~e C~Jr~ Clerk steals. And, Josh Ohlandt lee~m date indicated below' helped in the victory with ,ns~L-~. three rebounds and three BajalL untY Clerk steals. n ' Depu / The second day PCS was pit- "~tLl~l, Cp, PR ted against a strong and tall O~'1111'24'2~1 Diamond View team. Plumas i el~llL .te, ~lNtS Aft" came out feeling strong and a~ " lead at the end of the first _:~r ~!fflous BUSINESS : STATEMENT quarter, 7--4. half time score showed PCS 17, |5,99 il F~ckJde~ DVD's BIr 2077 E MAIN " OU|NCY l No. 2ooo-295 At the half, the intensity was 11.29.2005) high because of an error on ial t~_/~(s) is/am ck~ business the official scorer's book, ~dit~"~lty, 318 PeninsuLa Or., Lake which gave one of the Plumas ~137. ta~ P.O. Box 7~645, Reno, NV buckets to Diamond View. The ler 2y. r...ke0~fuctedbyan individual. r"~nt commenced to transact L ler the above name(s) on: r?, 24, 2001 ' s_]ness Doing Business As: As: q~ ,,.::"~"~lI~"~l'r~ ~ BUSINESS FICTITIOUS BUSINESS w-j ~ STATEMENT NAME STATEMENT ,~ No. 2001-13 No. 200%06 ,~..~l~v~:m(S) ~am doing I~r~sThe kAk:~ng person(s)is/are doing business as: Office of Mediation, P.O. Box 3955, .+P~i "~=su~"~. "|. "" ,142 Lee Road, Quincy, Quincy, CA 95971. [.. I,~~ EPelte, P,O, Box 3106, Quincy, Shelley Meredith, P.O. Box 3955, Quincy, CA 95971. ]~__ iS ~ond~ by an individual. This Ix~siness is conducted by an individual . The Registrant commenced to transact ]r'~rant commenced to transact business under the above name(s) on: Jan. D~e above frame(s) on: Jan. 15, 2001, S~ned: S~y Mered~. the This statement was filed with the County Oerk of Rumas County on date indicated belo~r Irlt "L'~mY n date indK:ated belw: Filed: Jan. 8, 2001. 2001. F:Co~Clod( Jud~ Wefts, County Clerk L',l.~ By: Eileen Halbert, Deputy .,~ ~1~.-~i~, IVR, CP, PR Published FRB, IVR, CP, PR ~ ['2.7, 14 2001 Jan. iT, 24, 31, Feb. ?, 200t ) line m AS" Doing Business As: ! ~ BUSINESS FICTITIOUS BUSINESS I ST TE.E . J.E STATEMENT i No. 2001-08 No. 2oo1- (F_x res ib' l r (s) is/am business The pet (s) b ness il~ltles Beverage Corp., 125 as: Canyon Motor Parts 1759 E. Main St., ili~/l~_.~ GlaSS Valley, CA 95945' Quincy, CA 95971. ' Run Porter ha, 1289 Main St Susanville, CA ikL'~ com, ~z~ C~e ~3o. "- m,x ,c by a m,m,a o,, business is cond ed by a The Registrant commenced to transact b~.,~nt commenced to transact business under the above name(s) on: July 1, ,J"mer ~ above name(s) on: Jun. 2000. ~l=~,_Cities Signed: Run Porter Inc., Kathy Beaumont, Beverage Cities Corp., Bookkeeper. ~'m~n, President This statement was filed with the County Clerk lill~ was filed wilh the County Clerk of Ptumas County on date indicated below: IlL I-"=~Y~on dat indicsled belw: Filed: Jan. 9, 2001. 1. td*i~ ~}~'lli!llt4,~ly Ci0f~ Jud~'l Well~, County Ctet~ ~I: r~?, cp, pR Published FRB, IVR, CP, PR "-*'-L-'e0b. 7, 14, 2001 Jan. 17, 24, 31, Feb. 7, 2001 , fll liness As: Doing Business AS: ,~| ~lj4E STATEMENT NAME STATEMENT No. 2001-10 ~! _ No. 2001-14 (Expires 1-9-2006} The folk in9 person(s) is/am doing Lane, Garden & em. +,3+ ~.,,m Rd, ~a. as: Beaumont Construct,on 2223 ~o,d ~_OUl~s~.~16:l.~Rosle~alem, P.O. Box 1076, James A Boaumont, 2223 ~ spdngs Lane, i~q, p.~. Spring Garden, CA 95971. individual 137. .-.-. :.'-~ ms ~s+~ is =~=~ed by ~ + by an kldMduaL Signed: James ,4. Beaumont. ~l~,,.~ant commenced to transact JC above nan, s)on: Jan. ,, This statement was filed the Clerk ~S~m. of Rum~s County on date indicated betas. Fded: Jan. 9, 2001. Judith Wells, County Clerk ~il~ ~aS filed ~ ~ County Clerk By:. EiLaen Ha/bert Deputy mi%-,~,~y on dale indicated below:. Published FRB, IVR, CP, PR /~LP~ Clerk Jan. 17, 24,3t, Feb+ 7, 2001 ~, CP, PR Doing Business As: iT' r~. 7, 14, 2001 FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT No, 2000-307 (Expires 12-18-2005) . dang Ix~smess NAME STATEMENT The ~k)~ng person(s) is/ " "~"~4 NO. 2001-05 ~ml,~n~termountain Construction, uo-~ ~(r~l~ 1-8.L~x)6) it Dr., Chilcoot CA 96105. . ~,...P~rl(s) iS/m doing business Jonathan Nissley, P.O. Box 15, Bec, lo~ot~, L~' ~,~~71. Vernon Nissley P.O. Box 15, Becr~u,, E. P.O. so= envy, cA ~is ~ by an i~:lual' ~hli?l~usiness is cnducted bY a general patlnership, t resented to transac ~ll'~ant commenced to transact The Registrant co "~r the above name(s) oK Feb. 6, business under the above name(s) on: Nv 2ooo ~I filed W~ the County Clerk TI~ stat~ was filed w~h the Going,Signed: JonaU1an Nisstey. - "- "led< ilk ~q~. ~.~ on date indicated below:, of Plumas County on date indicated 1. I!~~ Clark Fded: Dec. 18, 2000 Judith Wells, County Clerk Published FRB, WR. CP, PR J -" ~1, Feb. 7, 2001 Jen. 17, 24, 31, Feb. 7, 2001 Plumas Christian School came into the championship game with much anticipation and excitement for their final game of the Loyalton tourna- ment. They knew they would have to bring their level of play up a notch to be able to beat the tough and strong Sno~vs team from Reno, Nov. Much to the disappointment of the coach and team, the tour- nament directors had put the wrong time on the schedule and' they had to wait another hour before game time. When the game finally start- ed, the team was ready to go. The game started out on a de- fensive "Ping-Pong game." The ball went back and forth with no one scoring. Finally, Tory Manchester broke the stalemate and scored. Snows immediately came back and tied the score. Then, a shooting foul was called on Snows and Tory went to the line and made one out of the two shots, 3-2. It was not going well for PCS, since Trevor Manchester was into foul trouble with three by the end of the first quarter. Snows immediately came back and led the 1st quarter, 6-3. PCS came out in the second quarter determined to get a lead, while Trevor Manchester had to sit out and wait for the second half. They couldn't af- ford to lose him too early in the game. The two teams battled back and forth, with PCS causing many travels and turnovers, but Snows kept coming back. PCS was able to ho]d Snows to only 3 points in the second quarter and came out on top, 15-9, at t~e half. The third quarter belonged to Snows, keeping PCS with only 2 points the entire quar- ter, while Snows hit for ll points; 20-17, Snows. Photo submitted The Plumas Christian khool Junior Higlk boys took ~eond place at a Loyalton Tournament. Back row, from left: Thomas Roach, Josh Ohlandt, Trevor Manchester, coach Steve Manchester and Tory Manchester. Front row, from left: Ben Lang, Ryan Burnworth and Stefan Johnson. The fourth quarter brought much frustration with one Snows player's height and girth, which the PCS boys could not manipulate. Plus, top defensive men Ben Lang and Trevor Manchester were both in foul trouble with four each. PCS was held to on- ly 4 points in the fourth, while Snows made 6 points-final score, Snows 26, PCS 21. It was a very well-fought game, with both teams coming out strong defensively. Coach Manchester was very pleased with the boys' performance and was especially pleased with how well the team per- formed under great pressure Leading the team in scoring and rebounding was Tory Manchester with 13 points, and nine rebounds, followed by Ben Lang with 4 points and five rebounds. Stefan Johnson showed an exceptional defen- sive game, hitting 2 points, one rebound, and causing several turnovers. Josh Ohlandt also bit 2 points and three re- bounds. Thomas Roach had four rebounds, while Ryan Burnworth had one rebound and was strong on defense. 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