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Reporter Sports/From Page One Wednesday, Dec, 24, 2001 S@ in full swing. On 12, ,2001, Jerry the depth of allard Cove and it of Reno, caught Mallard Cove on 9 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. Beever of Portola on Wednesday, were also fishing T.G. caught a 5.45 Brown on fishing is best in 12 feet of water, with or Powerbait the Access at this ~till O.K. on the east .SUggest 4x4 drive if to drive from the down to the lake. checking for ice its safety is each l~esponsibility. Lake Prenchman Lake is However, reports on of the ice vary, so caution. We do not ice fishing at this is some open water down from the fishing using floated off the rainbow Powerbait some nice plowed to the Dog off. A 4x4 is advised lake. i utncy i Ski teams from the Central I L6ague reeled the Quincy Trojans in a little closer at their second meet on a bitter cold day at Northstar Jan. 15. QHS was able to eke out victo- ries in both the girls and the boys Giant Slalom race by nar- rower margins than the first race Jan. 12. Quincy girls captured four of the top six places in the girls races. Michelle Hochrein again set the pace with a 124.59 second place finish, fol- lowed by Lindsay Morton (fourth), Alia Mrowczynski, (fifth) and Allie Hensen (sixth). Katie Filippini (eighth) led the Portola girls, followed by Quincy's Alissa Backman .~ry cold nighttime we could be ice soon. Call 993-4683 Pr~o;os D'# Bill Perkins Portola skier, Sean Marquette (right), stays tucked through a Giant Slalom turn at Northstar Jan. 15. Quincy's Allie Henson (above) finishes sixth in girls competition. Defeats Siskiyous, Redwoods from page 1C Inn. 17, and Shasta lost Jan. 13. So River's sound victory further proves It's loss to Lassen have happened. FRC controlled through the first half ) 40-29 at the break. controlled the boards a full-court press the first half, but we ~'t get the rebounds in half, and we pulled said Rick. resulted in Lassen Feather River 46-31 half, giving them made some big plays, got back on our heels a bit," said Rick. Three treys at the end of it for Lassen. cent from the stripe, and con- nected on 3 three-pointers in the second half. Tevis Jones followed closely with 17 points, 12 of which came in the first half. Catrel Green, Rickey Dominquez and Chris Thompson each added 11 points. Last Wednesday against Siskiyous, Feather River again had four players score in the double digits, and three more players combined for 21 points. Jones captured 16 points in the second half, totaling 24 points in the game, and was 5-5 from the line. Thompson recorded 14 points and Ty Mason earned 13 points, including three baskets from behind the arc. Lutalo Cooper added 11 points. Rabas connected on 2 three- Most recently, FRC defeated College of the Redwoods, 85-62, Friday night, Jan. 19. As a team, the Golden Eagles shot an impressive 52 percent from the floor, hitting 21 of their 36 shots. "We had a beautiful eight- man rotation that worked smoothly," said Rick. "Things are coming together as a team." Rabas had a well-rounded game, recording five rebounds, four assists, thre~c~v~ blocks and 21 poiri~: 7 .. Green also looked good, shooting 6-8 (75 percent) from the floor. "Green is coming on," said Rick. "He's had over l0 rebounds in each of our last two games, and at times he's just dominating the boards." 1 Rabas led the scoring pointers and 3 free throws for 9 Dominquez, coming off an | With 19 points, eight of points, Green contributed 7 ankle injury, is showing flash- I Came from the free- points, and Dominquez added 5 es of taking his game to a high- Rabas was 100 per- first-half points, er level, added Rick. ter s tal !-o l[oids School won the 13 " 102.40time. 9th, Daniel Spicer placed :, win (ninth) and Portola's Kari Schafer (]0th). Katie Reid (12th) and Esa Morrison (l~th) from Quincy also did well. The Trojan girls' depth led th~ml to another big victory over the second place Davis ttigh School team. The Trojan boys w(~re again led by Patrick Sheehan, who won first place with a time of 1:18.23, fbllowed by his fresh- man brother, Brian Sheehan (fifth). Quincy's Jeb Heiman (seventh) just edged Portola's Jeremiah MarqueUe Ceighth) and Quincy's Colin ,John (ninth). Josh Sebold and Danny Price from Quincy tied for 17th place. Portola's Tony Slavik (18th) and Scan Marquette (19th) made the top twenty. Quincy's ground seek- ing missile, Justin Murray, remained upright enough to place 21st. The QHS boys just beat out Bear River High School by two points to help the combined team win the second event. Boys junior varsity action was led by Trojan Chris Thompson, who took first at 1:26.47. Steven Dolloff (fifth), Dustin Groh (sixth), Aaron Bobrink (eighth), Miguel Jeffrey (ninth), John Whiting (12th), John Pettigrew (14th) and Billy Perkins (16th) fin- ished in the top twenty. The Bear River boys JV bested the Quincy team by one point on this day. race and the In the boys snowboard divi-20th, Jason Francis placed " ...........: : race in its first sion, Robert Sherod placed 21st, Tim Langrehr placed " ~9~ I Conference compe- ninth, Mike Bostic placed 12th 22nd, and Mike Herman placed ~ILL~GER GS 12. and Gage Wade placed 27th. 25th. V-6, auto., P$, AK:, PW, PDL, I~, CO, Ross Peterson Bryce Niceswanger placed Chester competed against ca.., po~r, mo~,#A31427, first place with a 21st in the girls snowboara teams from Chico, Paradise, p~]mmtb~o~$1,000dmm, 10~% ~econd run in Giant division. Pleasant Valley and Siskiyous Arl~,O~C. Girl skiers Tara Fellos Christian .... :~::~e.',~:~:~e~//~//////'~ ~iehl also took first p!aced l lth, Katie House ....... ~ishing the womens p~aced 15th, Jamie Pilgrim ,~~~...:~ :~ !~!~:~:~{~/~f/J~ ,m ski course at placed 17th, Sarah Puhl placed ~~ .......... ~:":~z 23rd, Tessa Parson placed 25th ~ ', ~ ]~,[JI~TDJ~t fastest girl snow- and Brooke Sweeney placed SB99 " [-- ~;)~-'a" :~i" . :~