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2C Wednesday, Jan. 27, 2010 Be careful in powder Skiers and snowboarders live for good storms and deep powder days. But the same snow that thrills can also cause hazardous acci- dents and in rare cases, fa- talities. Skier and snowboarder ac- cidents are higher after se- vere snow storms, but in- juries are preventable. If possible, don't ski alone. Buddy up with another skier or snowboarder and stay within sight of your partner. This means stopping and watching your partner de- scend, then proceeding downhill while he or she watches you. Use caution when skiing in heavily treed and un- groomed areas and be sure to stay within areas that are compatible with your skiing or snowboarding skill level. Remove your pole straps. Trapped skiers have difficul- ty removing pole straps, which can hamper efforts to escape or clear an air space to breathe. Carry personal rescue gear such as a shovel, probe, whistle and avalanche bea- con. If you go down in a tree well or deep snow bank, grab branches of the tree to stay above the surface. Re- sist the urge to struggle, make a breathing space around your face, and move your body carefully in a rocking manner to hollow out the snow and give you space and air. Putting safety first during winter sports is a good way to ensure you enjoy the day and the remainder of the season. Blowout The Quincy girls' basketball team crushed Princeton 73- 25 last Saturday. Pictured is Kimmy Bloom, who totaled 11 points. Photo by Shannon Morrow Bulletin, Progressive, Record, Reporter Taylor Labosky led Chester with 16 points, six steals and four Topher Taylor led the Volcanoes with seven assists against assists last Friday. Photos by Shannon Morrow Redding Christian. Redding Christian cools the Volcanoes Shannon Morrow Sports Editor sports@plumasnews.com The Chester High School boys' and girls' basketball teams faced tough competi- tion when they traveled to Palo Cedro to play Redding Christian in a non-league match last Friday, Feb. 22. Chester's boys lost 56-29, and Chester's girls were de- feated 45-33. In the boys' contest, David Ryn led with seven points, followed by Jake Simms and Ryan Newell with six points each. Simms grabbed eight re- bounds, Chad Durkin snagged seven and Seth Cory caught four. Topher Taylor delivered seven as- sists and Cory made two blocks. In the girls' game both teams started slow, and the score at the end of the first quarter was 2-0 in favor of Redding Christian. The second quarter was just about even, as Chester recorded 11 points and Red- ding Christian registered 12 points, giving Redding Christian a 14-11 lead at half- time. Redding Christian out- pla~Ted Chester 13-9 in the third quarter and 18-13 in the fourth quarter for the 12- point win. Taylor Labosky scored 16 points for the Volcanoes and also led with six steals and four assists. Abbey Schmidt and Hailey Wilkinson gathered 13 re- bounds apiece. Labosky caught 10 rebounds and Cassey Delay added nine. Natalie Peterson nabbed five steals, while Seyonna Hedrick, Shaye Quam and Schmidt snagged four steals each. BUSINESS DIRECTO EY HAWS, THEOBALD & AUMAN, PC Haws, Theobald & Auman has been providing all levels of accounting services, fax, book- keeping, audit, financial planning in Lassen and Plumas counties for over 50 years. John Auman is the managing AUTO GLASS CPA for the Chester office and a member of the Rotary Club of Chester, as well as the Chester Chamber of Commerce. 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