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Recor4 Reporter 1 hangs up a Jumper for the Chester Lady Vols posted a 10-11 overall as the 16th seed. The 29th Annual Lockett & Sullivan March 1-4, 2001 Reno-Sparks Convention Center I All major dealerships the newest models of boats and RVs. II Fishing seminars with the experts and expanded retail fishing section. I1 New Cruise & Travel Center: Book your next vacation at the show. I Summer Leisure Section with all you need for your day outdoors: patio furniture, BBQs and more. II Annual NV State Duck Calling Contest. Current fishing/hunting license holders receive 1/2 off adult admission all days of the show. Present license at box office. Not valid with any other offer. Show Hours: Thurs., 2-9pm; FrL,11am-9pm; Sat., 11 am - 9pm; Sun., 11 am - 6pm Admission: Adults, $7; Seniors, $5; Children 6-12, $3; Under 6, FREE 27 Point Vehicle Inspection Preventive maintenance is less costly than repair., bownload Discount Tickets at www.blgshows.coml Presented AI D_ T:-- toyouby Ptl O[ Illl the Show Guysl" Producing shows with unsurpassed success since 1968. Lockett & Sullivan, Inc. Reno, NV 775-852-, 10W File photo mak- Basketball Playoffs Wednesda/ !e,'; ~" . 5C By Sl am on m oerow Sports Editor The Chester High School girls basketball team won three of its four last games to finish with a 5-5 league record-just enough to slide in- to the 16th seed of Division V playoffs. The Volcanoes (10-11) met top-seeded Etna (21-4) last night, Feb. 20. Results of this game were not known at press time. Prior to the postseason last week, Chester had to play three games within 24 hours to make up for matches post- poned by earlier snow storms. On the evening of Feb. 14, the Lady Vols defeated West- wood, 55-34. Deitra Rouland was hot on offense with 15 points and nine assists. Josie Goolsby and Kristy Booth cap- tured 18 and 13 rebounds, re- spectively, and they each regis- tered 11 points. The next morning, the Vol- canoes hosted Downieville. Chester was ahead 24-23 at halftime, but ended up losing, 56-48. Rouland again led in scoring for the Vols with 20 points, and Goolsby earned 12 boards and 10 points. Then that night, Chester beat Greenville, 48-30, and every Chester player scored. Chelsea Green led with 9 points and Chesarae Christean earned 8 points. For Greenville, Jessica Larsen put in 14 points. An important victory for Chester came Feb. 8 when it defeated Loyalton, 53-45, after being tied at 24 at halftime. Goolsby led in scoring and rebounds, knocking down 14 points and hauling in 21 boards. Rouland led in assists The boys basketball teams of Greenville High School and Champion Christian High School tied for the fourth seed in the Division VI playoff brackets, so will play on neutral ground at Pleasant Valley this l, iday. The Greenville Indians won their last two league games on the road to finish up with a 13-10 overall record. Last Wednesday, Feb. 14, Greenville registered a 96-60 wm over Dowmieville. Chris Preston and Nathaniet Bond each triple-doubled in the game, with three persona] statis- tics in double figures. Preston earned 17 points, 10 rebounds and I0 assists, and Bond recorded 16 points, II re- bounds and I0 assists. Ray~nond Robinson delivered 16 points. Bruchs Blowers totaled 12 points and Matt Blowers cap- tured I0 points. Against Chester the next night, Greenville was victorious, 5944. Bond crashed the boards with 31 rebounds and also led with 17 points. Jesse Kingdon put in an additional 14 points. Ryan Meacher watches bound. The Indians will round of playoff action. a shot go up, preparing for a play this Friday night in the first Teams will be seeded in the regional competition, with 80 in the Great Western !*'~,r,,~;~ ~i CIF Northern and Southern Re- the north and 80 in the south, the Pyramid in l,~n~: !~,u; gional basketball playoffs Sun- Boys and girls compete in five the ~) u t }~ . 'l } ~ ~ ) t-~,~:i( 1~:~l t day, March 4. The southern enrollment-based divisions, are schedul(,d f~- ~:~!:~, seeding committee will meet at with the largest classification March 10. the CIF Southern Section ofl]ce, ~,ing Division 1. Winners from ti~e u~ ~'~h :~nd while the Matin County Oftlce First round games of the re-south ,',ill ,qum'~ ,~iT in t}u ,>,, of Education will [m the site fbr gionat basketball c6mpetition .champlnships a~ At{~() Ar,:na the northern seeding meeting, are set Tuesday. March 6 andin Sacrgm~en~o Friday. Ma~'ch All information will be avail- Wednesday, March 7 (divisum I 1~i ~md Saturday, March 17. T}~e able on the CIF's web site north only) at home scho~l m(A~:rn sta~e basketball chain by 5 p.m. sites. The regional finals will b~, plemships began in 1982. Sunday. March ,t. held at the AR(O .,\reno and A total of t~) teams wilt enter Delta College in the n(~rth and ? 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