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Bulletin, Record, Progressive, Reporter Wednesday, Feb. 19, 2014 5C Dojo to hold opening ceremony Feather River Kodenkan JuJitsu is about to conduct a grand opening of its new dojo in East Quincy. The special event on Sunday, Feb. 23, will start with a workout at 11 a.m followed by a mat purification ceremony from about 12:30 to 1 p.m. There will be demonstrations and teaching by senior ranks. The event will be attended by Feather River Kodenkan students, their families and friends and is open to the general public. The new dojo is located in East Quincy On 1690 E. Main St upstairs above Papa's Donut House. For further information contact Sensei Burkhard Bohm at 836-1148 or bY email at FRC BASEBALL, from page lC run in the first, third, fourth, fifth and seventh innings and two in the eighth to secure the'win. Edwards went three for four at bat, scored two runs and got one RBI. Kuhlman led in RBIs with two. Rondeau, Perreira-Alquiza and Poker run canceled The 18th annual Lake Davis Poker Run, rescheduled from Feb. 15 to Feb. 22, has been cancelled due to lack of snow. The event was postponed with the hope that fresh snow would fall on the mountains around Lake Davis, but event organizers were forced to cancel the even Monday. Kaalekahi all hit sacrifice flies that put runs on FRC's board. In addition to FRC's improved batting, Baumgartner credited the team's pitching for the three wins. The Eagles were still testing their new talent, and rotated 10 pitchers throughout the weekend. Skylar Haynes struck out six batters in the game against Yuba. Haynes pitched for the first eight innings. In the first game against Cabrillo, Brandon Erickson pitched into the seventh inning and only allowed two hits. Erickson also struck out batters, made no errors and walked only one. The Golden Eagles will hit the road again this weekend to play three teams three days in a row. On Friday, FRC will take on Ohlone. On Saturday, the Eagles will travel to San Mateo and they will face Cabrillo once again on Sunday. James Wilson Sports Editor The Chester High School ski team traveled to Heavenly Ski Resort on Feb. 10, and came out of the races on top. Chester, which has always been a threat to its competition on the slopes, proved it still has what it takes to be winners this season. Two sets of races took place at the ski hill, making up for the canceled Jan. 10 race. Both races were giant slalom. Dakota Strand took first place in the first race and second in the second race. Wesaly Hedrick placed second overall in boys' snowboarding the first go-around and sixth in the second race. Cody Najeera placed third overall in both boys' snowboarding races and Jessie Gannon came in llth overall in girls' snowboarding. "Despite the challenging course conditions of a mix of ice, slush and lots of ruts, the Volcanoes demonstrated their strong, consistent skill Wesaly Hedrick and Cody Najera buddy up after completing the final race of the day at Heavenly Ski Resort on Feb. 10. Hedrick placed second overall and Najera placed thircl. Photo by Kathleen Copeland on the hill by taking first, second and third places overall in both the men's ski and snowboard at Heavenly," commented Chester coach Kathleen Copeland. Copeland also spoke highly of Hedrick and Najera, the two seniors on the school's snowboarding team. Copeland called the two superior athletes on the slope and mentioned she enjoyed watching their effortless navigation through the gates on the slope. ',They definitely made the best of the conditions while having fun in the sun," Copeland continued. Quincy competes In other ski team updates, Quincy's team raced Feb. 13 in a set of races that was postponed from Feb. 10 due to bad weather conditions. 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