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2C Wednesday, Feb. 3, 2010 Bulletin, Progressive, Record, Reporter In control Chester wrestler Matt Staggs, top, manipulates his opponent. The Chester wrestling team took 15th place out of 40 teams at the Corning Invitational last Saturday. Photo by Sonja Anderson FISHING REPORT Portola's Max Stark works the ball toward the basket, as Quincy's Keshawn Johnson applies pressure on defense. Photo by Shannon Morrow PORTOLA, from page 1C Boys The underdog Quincy Tro- jans surprised Portola by outscoring the Tigers 18-14 in the first quarter, when Cody Cline and Matt Rouse com- bined for 15 points. The Tigers made up some of the deficit through the sec- ond period, but Quincy went into halftime still leading, 31- 30. Portola came alive in the third quarter and outscored Quincy 17-4 to take over the game. In the fourth quarter, Por- tola scored 15 points and Quincy scored 13, including three quick baskets by re- serve player Justin Moritz. Portola's Cliff Robinson to- taled 19 points. Kyle Heskett registered 15 points, includ- ing four 3-pointers. Marie Ro- driguez finished with 11 points, Erick Miller earned eight and Max Stark netted seven. Rodriguez gathered 10 re- bounds for Portola. Robinson and Miller each snagged four steals, and Robinson and Dil- lon Scares delivered three as- sists apiece. Quincy's scoring was led by Rouse with 14 points and Cline with 11. Keefer Hokan- son added seven points. Cline led Quincy's re- bounding with 11 boards, and Keshawn Johnson came down with eight rebounds. Johnson also generated five steals, and Cline led with four assists. Lake Davis For those anglers who have braved the intermittent win- ter storms, fishing has been good. Access is good from the dam down the east side road to Mallard Cove. Coot Bay and the dam provide the easiest access at this time. Portola's John Pate and David Padia fished the lake the first of the week catching seven or eight fish each, weighing up to 3-1/2 pounds. The best depth was 15 feet in the area of the dam. Nightcrawlers and ainbow PowerBait were the success- ful baits. Ice depth is reported to be eight to 10 inches. Al- ways use the ice with caution. Tight lines. Report courtesy of Dollard's Sierra Market; 832-5251 Frenchman Lake Fishing has been good at Don't ride near powerlines Pacific Gas and Electric Company advised snowmobil- ers to avoid riding near pow- erlines, even in areas where power has been restored, due to debris that may be just be- low the snow surface. While PG&E crews did their best to clear away broken wires, cross-arms and other items as they repaired dam- ages brought on by recent storms, heavy snowfalls mean some debris may not be ex- posed until snows are melting. For this reason, snowmobil- ers should try to avoid riding in powerline rights-of-way. the lake this week with most fishermen using night- crawlers or Crystal Bullet jigs. Both are doing well with reports of catching limits of rainbow trout up to 16 inches in length, at or near the dam. The road up to the dam is clear, but icy in some spots with about 1-1/2 to 2 feet of snow on the ground. Be careful on the ice and call ahead for current updates 993-4683. Report courtesy of Wiggin's Trading Post; 993-4683 CORRECTION Greenville's All-League football players for the 2009 season are Chris Huckins and Sam Brown. Honorable mentions went to Justin Posch and Colton Kingdom BUSINESS &,,,0000SERVI C E DIRECTORY Mr. B's MR. B's AUTO TECHTRONICS ,/ii;!!,ii!iiii! i i II! i !i I i!: iiilil j! For the many of you who are familiar with Mr. B's, you know that John Bremel has owned and operated Mr. B's Auto Techtronics for 19 years. John wants to assure you that you can still expect the great service you have come to know from Mr. B's. 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