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Record, Reporter Wednesday, Feb. 28, 2001 3G I I and girls bas- were both elimi- the first round of Divi- Tuesday, Feb. were bested by ,62-56, and the girls fell 52-33. ended their season third in league, with The girls finished )rd of 7-3. kept it close against defending section With 48 seconds game, Quincy was 3, but a couple of ended all t a Trojan victory. played very well," ncy coach Chad have nothing to heads about." last high school Roy DaVeiga, Zach Ray, Kris Michael Vine- Starters on the team. gave it all they Hyink. "They're a kids. Quincy is Vineyard were se- All-League team, received an hon- end of the first quar- Gridley, Quincy 13-4. out ready to play them on their bit," said Hyink. kind of over- and we gave them a good scare." But then Gridley answered back with a huge second quar- ter, rolling up 30 points for a halftime score of 34-27. Gridley's Jason Parker proved too much for the Tro- jans, scoring 29 points in the game. "He's a player," said Hyink. "He's the only one that really hurt us. (Gridley's) whole game plan was to give the ball to him and score." The Trojans held Parker to 1() points in the second half, with much credit going to Kur- pjuweit, who manned him on defense. Vineyard led the scoring for Quincy with 22 points, includ- ing 4 treys. Conover and Ray added 9 and 7 points respec- tively, and Chris Driscoll put away eight points. Girls The Quincy girls team gave Willows good competition, ex- cept for a 4-point third quarter by the Trojans' offense. Quincy was up 6-4 at the end of the first quarter and trailing File phot0 24-17 at halftime, before corn- Roy DaVoiga, a senior guard for quincy, is one of the five ing out fiat in the third. But starters that the Trojans will lose for next season. the Trojans didn't give up in the Final period. Five Quincy players shared Quincy began their season 0- "The fourth quarter was a rebounding duties almost 6 partially due to injuries, but war," said coach Harlon Sevi- equally. Alvarez pulled down finished strong by winning er. "They stuck their noses in six boards, and Smith, True- seven of its I0 league matches. there and really got after it." blood, Nelson, and Mariah This was Sevier's final sea- Senior Bette Smith led the Holder each grabbed five. son as coach of the girls team, scoring with 10 points, and "It was a good year," said So- due to job changes and time sophomore Erika Trueblood vier. "They're a good group of constraints. He coached for 16 put in 7 points. Holly Nelson girls. They did well to come years total--nine years at the and Beth Alvarez each added 5 back and do as well as theyvarsity level and seven years points, did." at the junior varsity level. t Delgadillo the seventh, with a double off and six strikeouts. Publishing the center field wall. The Ea- In the second game, FRC into Golden Valley gles won the game in the faced San Jose. The Eagles action, Feather ninth, after they loaded up the started a rally in the second in- their presea- bases with two outs. ning with Jacobsen hitting a 6-5. FRC won the The 15th-ranked Feather home run, while freshman Sequoias tourna- River College baseball teamJosh Green and sophomore weekend, going went 1-2 in the College of the Dustin Garcia added doubles. one, and has played Sequoias tournament this past On the mound, sophomore weather the last weekend. In the first game of Nate Landa had an outstand- the tournament, FRC faced ing game, throwing eight in- River has a .302 Reedley College, who they de- nings with six earned runs, ttting average, withfeated earlier in the season, seven hits, and four strikeouts. hitting over.300. FRC had strong offensive ap- With powerful hitting and theoffense pearances at the plate by great pitching, the Eagles cle- average, six dou- sophomores Chris Genung, feated San Jose 7-6. triples and a home Bruce Jacobsen and Robert In game three, the Eagles Green is hitting .400 Stahlke. However, defensivelost to a tough Sequoias team. .doubles, and Bruce errors caused the Eagles toFreshman pitcher Jonathan IS hitting .343, with lose 7-6. Despite the loss, pitch- Troop went 5-2/3 innings, giv- runs and 15 runs er Tony Biale had a strong ing up six earned runs and Travis Backlund is showing, pitching six innings striking out seven. Fresh~an Stolen base attempts, with two earned runs, six hits Billy Snow closed out the Garcia swiping 9 mound, Tony Biali, With a 2.93 ERA and leads the Eagles. is 3-1, with a Uld sophomore Nate throwing a corn- time out. River College beat a Mateo team 6-5, picking up In relief. Tony Biali trong six innings striking out and walking one. up the game in wrestler Elan represented Portola at the Northern in Redding Feb. 23. a first-year Went 0-2 competing weight class. subsections at 16-17, Saulnier third place. Wilkinson (132 tad Chris Gardner also wrestled at Gardner went 1-2, place out of 11 , and Wilkinson went Fifth. Trevor Bentz in their fi- mE We want you to feel safe If your relationship does not feel safe, Call us We are here for you 24 hours per day CR! LINE 283-4333 and from outside the local calling area call toll free: 1-877-332-2754 Rape Crisis: 1-877-215-7273 : / 450 spots for $450 for 30 days aired on 8 local cable channels AIR TIME SEPARATE 596-4702 PENINSULA DRIVE LAKE ALMANOR high-flying adven- and learn about at the same time. and members EAA continue to airplane rides to seventeen-year pilots and are available on r~Otice. For reserva- Or information, call 253-3987 game, pitching 3-1/3 innings with seven earned runs and four strikeouts. The Golden Eagles begin league play agains( College of the Siskiyous this Friday, March 2, at 2 p.m, and a dou- bleheader Saturday, March 3, starting at noon. SglOW Alpine Meadows New snow: 22" Total runs: 100+ Size: 2000 acres oro l New snow: 6" Total runs: 41 Size: 380 acres Diamond Peak New snow: 4" Total runs: 30 Size: 755 acres Dtmner $m tomcat New snol~: 15" Total runs: 45 Size: 400 acres Heave.i New snow: 6" Total runs: N/A (wide open) Size: 4,800 acres wood New snow: 6" Total runs: 57 Size: 1,260 acres Kid(wood New snow712" Total runs: 68 Size: 2,000 acres Mount Rose New snow: 2" Total runs: 43 Size: 800 acres Northatar at Tahoe New snow: 12" Total runs: 66 Size: 2,420 acres Sierra at Tahoe New snow: 22" Total runs: 46 Size: 2,000 acres New snow: 10" Total runs: 16 Size: 200 acres New snow: 12" Total runs: N/A (Mostly Size: 8,300 acres Sugar Bowl New snow: 24" Total runs: 79 Size: 1,500 acres Tahoe Dommr New snow: 6" Total runs: 14 Size: 120 acres bowls) The ski and snowboard teams Gage Wade placed 25th. of Chester High School raced In race six at Alpine Mead- at Northstar Feb. 12 and at ows, four Chester competitors Alpine Meadows Feb. 16. finished in the top ten of their At Northstar, Joan Diehl respective races. won second place in women:s Diehl led the women skiers ski competition with a total with a 83.09 time for third time of 105.35 seconds. Jamie place. Following for Chester Pilgrim came in 12th, Sarah was Fellows (12th), Puhl (16th), Puhl captured 14th and Tara Pilgrim (17th), Brook Sweeney Fellows earned 18th. (21st), Tessa Parson (25th), Jeremiah Farinella placed Katie House (26th) and Ann 12th and Tim Langrehr fin- Natali(28th). ished 15th in the men's ski di- Men skiers Ryan Korhuniak, vision. Daniel Spicer and Langrehr In women's snowboarding, were grouped together at 17th, Maya Conner took third with a 18th and 19th place, respective- time of 93.41 seconds. Bryce ly. Niceswanger earned llth, and Conner again paced the Alli McNeil came in at 16th. women's snowboarding with a Ross Peterson led the 104.92 time for 7th place. Chester men snowboarders, Niceswanger (17th) and Mc- capturing second place with a Neff (24th)followed. time of 76.35. Robert Sherod Peterson (Sth) and Sherod was less than three seconds be- (9th) made the top ten in the hind for fourth place, and men's snowboarding races. Aron Scott slid into ninth. Bostic came in at llth, and Mike Bostic finished 12th and Scott earned 19th. Frenchman Lake in at 20 pounds. Conditions at Frenchman Steve Stension, a member of Lake have not changed much the Ice Fishing Fools of Ameri- this past week. Ice fishing is ca group, landed a nice 19-inch good at Turkey Point and the German brown on Sunday, dam area. Most everyone Feb. 18. talked to is using night- Rainbows continue to run crawlers. Glitter rainbow 15-1/2 to 17 inches, with the oc- Powerbait, marshmallows and casional brown running to 19 even salmon eggs are also be- inches. ing used with some success. Mallard Cove has been the The road to Frenchmans is best producer. The best results plowed to the dam. To get come to those fishing at a around the lake, a four-wheel depth of 25 feet or less. drive is your best bet. The Worms and Powerbait are roads are icy, so be careful, the best fish-getters. We sug- For more information, call gest that you dress your bait Wiggin's Trading Post at 993- with Berkeley Trout Attrac- 4683. tant for the best results. Lake Davis The east side road was open Fishing is rated as fair to as of Sunday, Feb. 18, and four- good. There have been limits wheel drive is needed from the landed, and then some have black top to the lake shore. caught one to two fish, depend- Ice depth is running between ing on the day and the fisher- 8-1/2 inches to 10 inches at men. James Sheppard and Vic- Mallard Cove. Always use at ki Collett landed limits on Feb. your own risk. 17, with the ten fish weighing I conditions as of Monday, Feb. 26 Base depth: 91"- 137" Base elevation: 7,000' Lift hours: 9:00am - 4:00pm Lifts open: 12 of 13 Verticle feet: 1,800' Phone: 1-800-441-4423 Base depth: 120" - 156" Base elevation: 6,700' Lift hours: 9:00am - 9:00pm Lifts open: 9 of 9 Verticle feet: 652' Phone: 530426-3666 Base depth: 36". 64" Base elevation: 6,000' Lift hours: 9:00am - 4:00pm Lifts open: 4 of 6 Verticle feet: 2,540' Phone: 775-832-1177 Base depth: 75" - 85" Base elevation: 7,031' Lift hours: 9:00am - 4:00pro Lifts open: 4 of 6 Verticle feet: 750' Phone: 530-4_26-3635 Base depth: 38" - 70" Base elevation: 6,540" Lift hours: 9:00am - 9:00pro Lifts open: 28 of 29 Vertlcle feet: 3,500' Phone: 775-586-7000 Base depth: 44" - 81" Base elevation: 6,230' Lift hours: 9:00am - 4:00pro Base depth: 108" - 156" Base elevation: 7,800' Lift hours: 9:00arn - 4:00pro Lifts open: 7 of 8 Verticle feet: 1,650' Phone: 530-525-2900 Lifts open: 11 ofll Verticle feet: 2,000' Phone: 209-258-6000 Base depth: 30"- 60" Base elevation: 8,260' Lift hours: 9:00am - 4:00pro Lifts open: 5 of 5 Verticle feet: 1,440' Phone: 775-849-0704 .Base depth: 54" - 78" Base elevation: 6,330' Lift hours: 8:30am - 4:00pro Lifts open: 12 of 14 Verticle feet: 2,280' Phone: 530-562-1330 Base depth: 82"- 138" Base elevation: 6,640' Lift hours: 9:00am - 4:00pm Lifts open: 9 of 9 Verticle feet: 2,212' Phone: 530-659-7453 Base depth: 94" - 123" Base elevation: 6,230' Lift hours: 9.'00am - 4:30pro Lifts open: 3 of 4 Verticle feet: 1,122' Phone: 530-426-3901 Base depth: 65" - 118" Base elevation: 6,200' Lift hours: 9:00am - 9:00pm Lifts open: 21 of 30 Verticle feet: 2,850' Phone: 530-583-6955 Base depth: 120" - 144" Base elevation: 6,883' Lift hours: 9:00am - 4:00pro Lifts open: 10 of 12 Verticle feet: 1,500' Phone: 530-426-1111 Base depth: 22" - 60" Base elevation: 6,750' Lift hours: 9:00am - 4:00pro Lifts open: 2 of 2 Vertiele feet: 600' Phone: 530-587-9444