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Record, Reporter Wednesday, March. 14, 2001 3C Sierra Women's held their City Tournament on of Feb. 23-24 and at Ponderosa Bowl The tournament of doubles, singles of this event were: L Wilburn and Sharon with a total score of Jill and Muri- with a total score Whitney and Jodi a score of 1,226; and a whole lot ' Those were the results Johnsville Junior Ski their fourth race of season. Forty racers participated in held on Saturday, 13, at Sugar Bowl Ski Re- on a pair of very Ziant slalom layouts, in- L racers produced some and closest fin- season so far. precision isn't to be as important Observed race director Wilton before the "This race is go- out speed." Her were borne out as unfolded. Several in- were recorded. Sweet it is," exulted coach Mike Wood hredder's top-seeded Hemsley, captured individual win of the I'Iemsley's best time of achieved a nar- over second-place Alicia Miller of the Team, who posted a seconds. Third Kathleen skiing for the Bliz- win was only a lUrprise as the Quincy has been skiing tly since the began. A bigger sur- with the result by Fire on Ice skier [orton, who cracked for the first time noted coach as his son 8 time of 19.41 seconds place. Round- the top five was Cody the path down the designed to favor erchants, team out- also were determined team speed. The Ex- won its second race with time per- turned in by their seeds. In addition to Alicia Miller's sec- finish, teammate Hochrein finished Ellie Logan Emished Extreme's fourth Newstead, fin- overall to seal the also commented on of Jenna (llth overall) and both ski for the "Each of these girls to move up in the with just a little race co-director two races left in the team racing promises exciting. Smart not- 37 points separate teams. And, only separate the Gate- (1,447 team points) Blizzard Wizards could change dra- in the last two Smart added. "Ex- two consecutive really put some on the Gatebreakers Wizards." Ex- win moved them in team stand- 1,434 total team racing program to home snow for the this season Saturday, at Ski Gold Moun- team event of the be held at Home- Resort Saturday, Following this race, of all-stars will be Compete in the Bud- invitational to be end of March. I and Carol Falkenstrom and with a score of 2,342. Team Margaret Remington with a members: Mary Pearson, Jodi score of 1,210. Wilburn, Cheryl Cruse and Sharon Schwilling. Singles A division B division Mary Hegedus with a score Tangles with a score of 2,421. of 662; Cheryl Cruse with a Team members: Myrene score of 624; and Diann Fite Lange, Janice Roney, Gigi Mc- with a score of 615. Clure, Zella Kurdupski; and B division Headwater Feed with a score Janet Jones with a score of of 2,419. Team members: Kathy 628; Jodi Wilburn with a score Conant, Becky Smith, Mar- of 617; Cheryl Hartwig with a garet Remington and Carol score of 606; and Gigi McClure Falkenstrom. with a score of 599. Team Event A division Ponderosa Bowl Shooters ~2 Congratulations to the win- ners and to all who participat- ed in this yearly event. | Photo by Peter Hochrein Portola's Katie Fillippini battles deep ruts in the Giant Slalom course. Fillippinl and Karl Schafer represented the Lady Tigers at the state championships this year. Sean Mar- quette, Tony Slavik and Jedmlah Marquette were Portola's boys team. I I Feather Rwer Middle School wins le g te On Saturday, March 3 the would be playing different po- til they finished the game sixth-grade boys basketball sitions. We started out slow against Little Flower that they Photo by Shelly Hill A racer on the Johnsville Junior Ski Team whizzes past a gate. Just 37 points separate the top four teams. WHAT 15 COMING 50ON! team of Feather River Middle but finally got on track, and had won the league title. School captured first place once we took the lead we The Wildcats had to rely on with a win over Little Flower stayed ahead." all of their players to con- ofReno, 32-26. Marcus Stover led the scor- tribute to the win Little With only seven players, the ing with 9 points, and Tony Flower played Nate Hubert Wildcats took the court. Hartwig followed with 8 pretty well, but didn't cover "Two of our starters had pre- points. Nate Hubert, Luis Cam- the other players, so it was an vious family commitments" pa and Adam Wade added 6, 5 exciting win. said coach Paul Hubert "We and 4 points, respectively. This was the second year had a week to prepare, due to The Wildcats finished 9-1 in that the Wildcats have won the fact some of the players league, and didn't find out un- theirleague. r ........... .............. o.J.~ ........... 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