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Record, Repo~er from page 1C got a 3-point shot off have tied the game, Was wild and Green got- and was fouled. a critical free though, and Canada in sinking a 20- making the score 13 seconds remain- intentionally fouled Lompson, who made but missed one. FRC miracu- got the rebound, and Thompson was again. This time made both free Sealing the win for GOlden Eagles distrib- scoring evenly, with over 10 points, but 20 points. Tevis and Thompson 17, 18 and 19 points, Rickey and Green each Face Skyline added 12. Feather River mixed it up well on offense, finding suc- cess in both perimeter shots and inside shots. They buried 7 three-pointers in the game, made several mid-range jumpers, and often found ways to get inside. Rabas was 5-5 from the free- throw line, and Thompson was 7-8. Feather River (23-10) was seeded 16th out of 32 teams in the northern state playoffs, barely giving them a home game in the first round. Canada College was seeded 17th with a 15-13 record. Tonight, Feb. 28, the Golden Eagles will go play Skyline, the No. 1 seeded team with a 29-4 record. FRC has played Skyline twice this season, losing close- ly in both games, 65-64 and 88- 82. For results of this Wednesday night's playoff game, visit . third ear in a row from last year's Sept. 1-Nov. 15 the state Fish and to Sept. 1-Nov. 30. The extra )n will be two weeks would afford better ith the question of protection to migrating o tighten or loosen salmon making their way knot of king through an area near Grays shing rules for the Falls that is notorious for ille- Klamath River, gal snagging problems. lrtment of Fish and The DFG said it has supplied :ion 1 office said the commission with a list of options for the area of the said they have lower Klamath below the a set of Highway 101 bridge, especially 2001 angling regula- at the mouth of the river, r the entire Klamath where the rules have been river systems-- modified each of the past two an refer-seasons. The options are rules cover- designed to extend the season, avily fished lower the agency said. Last year's regulations for ate commission will the mouth, or "spit area," pro- rules at a public vided for a closure to all fish- on April 6 at the ing within 100 yards of the tel, 1000 Aguajito channel flowing through the y. Persons spit after 15 percent of the in commenting on entire Klamath-Trinity basin rules may do so in impact quota had been caught the meeting or writebelow the Highway 101 bridge. Fish and Game In 1999, the regulations pro- ~Sion, 1416 Ninth vided for a closure within 200 lto, CA 95814. yards of the channel from Aug. ramission and the 1 through Oct. 14. The 1999 Provide additional basin-wide daily limit also was for public com- one salmon, steelhead or trout 7 P.m. hearings on landed and kept. in the Board of The year 2000's relaxed fish- rs' chambers, 981 H ing regulations on the lower ~ity, and on Klamath, combined with an in the library, 211 unexpectedly high number of t, Weaverville. migrating salmon, resulted in ~nd Game said that, anglers hitting the quota Preliminary salmon below Coon Creek on Projections and para- Saturday, Sept. 2--and a clo- by the Pacific sure to the take of adult Council, salmon on the lower Klamath an adult that occurred with two days Ion impact quota remaining in the Labor Day 2,100 and Weekend. year's quota for The tighter regulations of basin was 1999 spread the catch of adult king salmon over a longer half of the catch period and over a greater dis- allotted to the tance up the Klamath River River below Coon than had been recorded in ills and half to theyears. The DFG said last year's of the Klamath Klamath mouth regulations, the Trinity River. coupled with the projected run is the same of salmon for this year, would 'as last year--two almost certainly carry fishing day, but only one for adult salmon past Labor adult fish over 22 Day in the coming season. Fish and Game said some 1 Game said it is rec- resorts and businesses along that the fishing the lower Klamath have indi- an the Trinity Rivercated they prefer regulations Cedar Flat and that assure fishing through Bar be expanded Labor Day weekend. mm PAYNENTS CASH + '" ou, r" INTEREST UlliJlt BIi . " Eagle Mountain Yamaha 7019 E Main St., Quincy : 1;3-3(59 ""'""'" YAMAHA Last Friday night, the boys basketball team of Greenville High the first round of Division VI playoffs by Champion Christian. overall record. l The California Bowmen patrol captain in 1986 to man- Hunters/State Archery age the statewide hunter edu- Association (CBHSA) has cation program. He was later named game warden Jack promoted to deputy chief in Edwards as the second annual the Wildlife Protection Branch recipient of the Department of and managed all of their edu- Fish and Game (DFG) cational programs. Employee of the Yearaward. In 1996, Edwards was pro- This award is presented moted to his current position. annually to recognize out- He supervises the education standing service, dedication, and outreach programs, air and exceptional contributions services, and the department's to further conservation of public information office. wildlife and wildlife habitat Edwards' accomplishments and partnerships with (the include the transforming of important role of sportsmen the old hunter safety program and hunters, said J. Rod into a fullfledged hunter edu- McGinnis of the CBHSA. cation program, which deals Edwards, currently the with gun safety, archery safe- assistant chief of the ty, wildlife management, Conservation Education and sportsmanship and ethics. Enforcement Branch, started work with the DFG in May of 1977 as a game warden cover- During his tenure with the hunter education program, Edwards forged a longlasting ing the western h~lFJ~.~,&ar~ L xehatiomship with the Mateo County. He transferred International Bowhunter to the Sacramento area as a Education Foundation and the warden in.1981. California Bowmen Hunters. Edwards was promoted to Edwards was instrumental, If you have Medicare or Private Insurance, You may be eligible to receive your: Diabetic supplies at NO Cost To You! For more information call Diabetic Supply Program Toll Free -888-466-2678 (no HMO patients, please) We have mother and son Siamese cross cats. Kelsey, the mother, is long haired and 6-years-old. She has been spayed. The son, Kylie is 2-years-old and has been neutered. They are owner releases, due to not enough time being spent with them. Annie is a solid white long hair Manx. Her owner passed away and she is in need of a home. Annie is 2-years-old and has been spayed. All of these cats are very loving. Visit our Website at www, The shelter is in need of blankets. If you have any spares, please drop them by. For more information call the Plumas County Animal Shelter in Quincy at 283-3673. This public service announcement brought to you by: HEAT TRANSFER SYSTEMS Heating, Cooling & Refrigeration Specialist 818 Quincy Junction Road, Quincy Wednesday, Feb. 28.2001 5C Fde l~ot0 School was defeated in The Indians posted a 13-11 Greenville m The Greenville High School boys basketball team lost to Champion Christian, 68-60, in the first round of Division VI playoffs Friday, Feb. 23. Greenville (13-10) and Champion Christian (15-11) tied for the No. 4 seed, so the game was played at Pleasant Valley High School. The Indians' defense allowed 22 points in the third quarter, giving Champion Christian a 14-point lead. Greenville was trailing by 3 points at the end of the first quarter and was down 35-30 at halftime. Nathaniel Bond led the Indians with 21 points, while Raymond Robinson and Jesse Kingdon each contributed 12 points. Ryan Meacher netted 8 points, Chris Preston recorded 3 points, and Tyler Pew added 2 points for the Indians. Greenville finished its sea- son with a 13-11 record. with the support of Joe Becker of the Foundation, in creating a cosponsored Bowhunter edu- cation program which allowed bow hunters to receive a cer- tificate of completion that was accepted nationally for per- sons applying for archery hunts in states that required state certification of archery hunters, That working part- nership has continued for the past 14 years. He continues to work closely with the archery hunting organizations through the State's hunter education program "Jack Edwards has repre- sented the very best in dedica- tion of a lifelong interest in the spirit and work of conserva- tion of wildlife accompanied by" tile partnership of hunters and sportsmen and the roles they play in conservation," McGinnis said. CLASSIFIED DEADLINE 10 a.m. Mondays 25 years experience with Social Security and SSI cases at all levels of appeal NO FEE UNLESS YOU ARE AWARDED BENEFITS DISABILITY If you're totally disabled and expect to be out of work 12 months or more, you may merit Social Security Disability even if you ve been previously denied. Any reason may qualify: accident, mental or physical illness, on-the-job or off-the- job injury. Laws are being tigh!ened. Qualified representation is critical. Disao~ity Associates can take your case to every level, including court. 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