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Bulletin, Progressive, Record, Reporter Wednesday, Feb. 17, 2010 3C / Senior Anthony Braddick punches through slalom poles for Quincy. Braddick finished 20th out of 52 racers. Photo by Karen Barker Quincy and Portola skiers compete in slalom at Boreal Shannon Morrow sports Editor sports@plumasnews.com The ski teams of Quincy and Portola had another good day of slalom racing at Boreal Feb. 8, when the skiers competed in their fi- nal event before the state championships next month. Portola's Chase Shirley was again the fastest skier from Plumas County, taking second place in combined times. Teammate Parker Newsted placed 13th. Quincy turned in a strong team effort, with six skiers finishing in the top half of the field. Jared Kuipers led the way for the Trojans in the eighth position, and Henry Dilling- ham had his best outing of the season with an llth-place finish. Koby Barker continued his consistency for Quincy by taking 17th overall, and Anthony Braddick squeezed into the final slot of the top 20 skiers. Quincy's Luis Cunan (24th) Theuriet-Howe cracked the top field of 52 skiers. Rubalcava- and Zack (26th) also half of the Portola's Tyler Atkins fin- ished 13th on his first run, but a mistake on his second run dropped him to 32nd in combined times. Similarly, Quincy's Gar- rett Hagwood was ninth fastest on his second run, but a mistake during his first run put him at 42nd overall. Quincy's Dante Knoles (35th), Portola's Wyatt Smith (39th), Quincy's Georg Thu- necke (41st) and Portola's Tyler Stockdale (43rd) also completed both slalom runs. In the women's racing, Quincy was represented by Alexis Decoe (ninth), Trinity Stifling (16th), Stefany Barnes (25th) and Ashley Tolen (31st). Longboard revival races are this Sunday above Johnsville Shannon Morrow Sports Editor sports@plumasnews.com With plenty of snow now covering the ground, the Plumas Ski Club will host the historical longboard ski races this Sunday, Feb. 21, at the Plumas-Eureka Ski Bowl. Registration and practice runs will start around 9:30 a.m., and the races will begin at high noon. An awards ceremony will follow the races, in which the top racers will be recognized and special prizes will be awarded. For those who plan to race, you must be a member of the Plumas Ski Club, which costs $15 annually. The registra- tion fee is $10 for racers who have their own longboard skis, and $20 for racers who need to use club skis. All racers should be in his- torical attire, and leather boots are required. Only au- thentic "dope" wax is al- lowed. Spectators are also en- couraged to wear historic attire. The history of skiing in Plumas County dates back to the 1860s, when miners of the "Lost Sierra" used skis or "snowshoes" to travel and recreate. Apparently the world's first ski lift was at Eureka Peak, where miners rode ore buckets up the mountain with skis in hand, ready for the long descent back to Johnsville. This distinguishes Plumas County as having the oldest recorded sport skiing in the Western Hemisphere. For more information on the longboard races, contact the Plumas County Visitors Bureau at (800) 326-2247 or the Eastern Plumas Chamber of Commerce at 836-6811. You may also visit the Plumas Ski Club online at plumasski- club.org. This season's final long- board races, the world cham- pionships, are scheduled for Sunday, March 21. CALL A PROFESSIONAL TODAY! 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