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Repofler Wednesday, Feb. 21,2001 3 I time and she'll be one to be reckoned with. the second $weetheart'e Challenge that young played in, reaching the finals In the begl for singles and again in the mixed doubles. Photo/submitted Division A players Sam Deluca and Frank Potter were both smiling before their championship match, which Potter ultimately won in a fast,paced, hard fought bat. tie batween the two talented racquetball players. The annual Sweetheart's Challenge racquetball tourna- ment drew 30 contestants to the Quincy Athletic Club this past weekend, each hoping to endure long enough to win one of the division titles. More than 20 hours of rac- quetball were played during the marathon two-day event, which started on Saturday morning and didn't end until Sunday at around 7 p.m. The Mens 'A' singles divi- sion title went to Frank Potter, who, in a hard-fought match, defeated Sam Deluca. It was an equally tough matchup in the 'B' division, pitting the young Matt Johannson against an older Gary Cudworth. Johann- son went on to win the title in the best of three contest, but not without a fight from the talented Cudworth. Winning the ladies racquet- ball title in the singles division was Tanya Deluca. She met a tough challenger in Leslie Downer, who finally lost the contest in the final game of the match. Downer was deter- mined to go the distance, even after taking an accidental hit to the face from a racquet. For the beginners-novice class in singles, Chris Brew- ster defeated ll-year-old Brit- tany Potter. Not one to easily be discour- aged, in the mixed doubles contest she and her partner Dennis Barker reached the playoffs only to lose another close contest to the dynamic husband and wife team of Dax and Danielle Swanson. The mens doubles champi- onship this year was captured by Frank Potter and Justin Barker, who outscored the team of Dennis Barker and Dax Swanson. FREE Printing Estimates! Call "THE PRINT SHOP" 283-0800! Plumas Recre- ation leadership departmentkick turn and general safety Park District, and head at Feather River College. techniques. Participants are ip Pro- The next in a series of sever- asked to bring their own water River College, al winter outings will be an in- and sack lunch. the date and troduction to cross.countryFor those in need, compli- event in a series of skiing class scheduled for Sun- mentary ski equipment can be outings in and day, Feb. 25, at Plumas Eureka provided by advanced arrange- Eureka State State Park. The cross country ment, through the college. A ski group will meet at the pre-trip informational meeting are orga- Johnsville Museum Parking will be held at Feather River by students from lot at 11 a.m. for a brieforien- College's Campus Center Recreation Lead- tation, before embarking on a Lounge on Wednesday, Feb. 21, Through this picturesque three-hour trekat 7:30 p.m. Plumas County through some of the most spec- For more information about flow have the oppor- tacular scenery inthe county, the Introduction to Cross in afford- according to Recreation andCountry Skiing trip, future led win- Park District Director Jim trips, or to register for any of outings, while Boland. the Recreation and Park Dis- students will As part of the class, trip lead- trict's programs, contact Jim planning and ers will give instruction in the Boland at 283-3278, or drop by accord- areas of body posture and bal- the district office at 34 Fair- Stock, recre- ance, the kick and glide, the groundRd., Quincy. l Snow oomJtiom u of Mommy, 19 See the difference local computer service and support can make! Complete systems start at under $1000 Competitive pricing on accessories and supplies 17" monitor . ....$226 PS/2 keyboard .... $25 Speakers ......... $16 CD-ROM ....................... $56 MS Intellimouse ............ $30 Microphone ................... $10 Epson Cartridges: $10 black and $17 color (most models) CD's, floppy and Zip disks, photo paper, CD labels Upgrades and repairs: computers, printers, copiers, fax machines i I 352 Lawrence Street, Quincy Monday through Friday 10 am - 6 pm Saturdays 11 am - 4 pm 0" Base delJth: 69" - 107" Lifts open: 13 of 13 100+ Base elevation: 7,030' Verticle feet: 1,800' Lift hours: 9:00am. 4:00pro Phone: 1-800-441-4423 16 (Mostly bowls) Base depth: 114" - 151" Base elevation: 6,700' Lift hours: 9:00am - 9:00pm Base depth: 32" - 58" Base elevation: 6,030' Lift hours: 9:00am - 4:00pm Base depth: 60" - 72" Base elevation: 7,031' Lift hours: 9:00am - 4:00pm Base depth: 32" - 60" Base elevation: 6,540' Lift hours: 9:00am - 9:00pm Base depth: 38" - 56" Base elevation: 6220' Lift hours: 9:00am - 4:00pro Base depth: 96" - 150" Base elevation: 7,800' Lift hours: 9:00am - 4:00pm Base depth: 28" - 48" Base elevation: 8,260' Lift hours: 9:00am - 4:00pm Base depth: 42" - 68" Base elevation: 6,330' Lift hours: 8:30am - 4:00pm Base depth: 60" - 115" Base elevation: 6,640' Lift hours: 9:00am - 4:00pm Base depth: 84" - 114" Base elevation: 6,230' Lift hours: 9:00am - 4:30pm Base depth: 53"- 91" Base elevation: 6,200' Lift hours: 9:00am - 9:00pm Lifts open: 9 of 9 Verticle feet: 652' Phone: 530426-3666 Lifts open: 5 of 6 Verticle feet: 2,540' Phone: 775-832-1177 Lifts open: 6 of 6 Verticle feet: 750' Phone: 530426-3635 Lifts open: 28 of 28 Verticle feet: 3,500' Phone: 775-586-7000 Lifts open: 6 of 8 Verticle feet: 1,650' Phone: 530-525-2900 / Lifts open: 11 ofll Verticle feet: 2,000' Phone: 209-258-6000 Lifts open: 5 of 5 Verticle feet: 1,440' Phone: 775-849-0704 Lifts open: 14 of 14 Verticle feet: 2,280' Phone: 530-562-1330 Lifts open: 7 of 9 Verticle feet: 2,212' Phone: 530-659-7453 Lifts open: 4 of 4 Verticle feet: 1,122' Phone: 530-426-3901 Lifts open: 23 of 30 Verticle feet: 2,850' Phone: 530-583-6955 : 22" Base depth: 96"- 132" Lifts open: 11 of 12 : 79 Base elevation: 6,883' Verticle feet: 1,500' -res Lift hours: 9:00am - 4:00pm Phone: 530-426-1111 Base depth: 45" - 45" Base elevation: 6,750' Lift hours: - 4:00pm Lifts open: 2 of 2 Verticle feet: 600' Phone: 530-587-9444 20th Annual Plumas Co. Classic ibbag Tournament Quincy Fire Station #1 Lawrence St. $1,700 The singles tournament is limited to the first 120 paid entry forms received by the fire department. $45 entry fee includes continental breakfast, buffet lunch and 5 raffle tickets good for a chance at over 20 prizes. rmilii if el aim i mma Di nil! Quincy Volunteer Fire Department P.O. Box 846 I For more information : Quincy, CA 95971 I contact: Please enter me in the Plumas Co. Classic I I Dave Windle- 283-0700 1 NAME I I I or John Cullen - 283-0940 Proceeds to benefit QVFD's equipment fund. I ADDRESS I I CITY, STATE, ZIP I I PHONE I E ry fee $45. I I Make check payable to QMFD Lll nlllm lam fib aim am Ullll IBm am am lil =ml me um ImB i IBm I "1 I I I