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4C Wednesday, March. 14, 2001 Bulletin, Progressive, III I II Feather River League School w~ Westwood 10 2 Loyalton 7 5 Greenville 7 5 Herlong 2 10 Downlevllle 0 12 I I Feather Rlver League I "-" s= ol 23 4 DM~onVlfm~ Downleville8 2 16 8 Medop~o~ 8 15 Madop~ayq~ Loy=lton 4 6 13 11 O0vm~nVtfra= 13 11 Ma~pm~ Weg~cmod 4 6 8 16 Ma~p~O~ 3 12 DUnoCrr=~ Greenville 0 10 1 12 OUn=rra=plaw~ 0 20 Did n= rmm ~ Herlong No mere m 2ooo-mol The Chester youth wresting wrestler at 122 pounds, pin- second team attended the Tri-Statening everyone in the first148 pounds--Terry Championships at Lassen Col- round, second lege Saturday, March 3. The results are as follows: 154 pounds--Jake W sflers attended the tourna- ond men.tom Oregon, Nevada Vanity and California. 95 POunds--Mike Burton, sec- L1. aml under For California wrestlers inond 65 pounds--Matt junior high, it was the qualify- I00 pounds--Scott Sherod, fourth ing tournament for the Califor- fourth 90 pounds--Tim WhartOa nia Tournament of Champi- 108 pounds---Sergio Marquez, 100 pounds---Cole ons. Chester qualified seven second; Garret Baccalaw, third second wrestlers. Chester took home 116 pounds--Joe Maumoynier, the third place trophy behind Ekrst 8 and under Lassen and Klamath Basin. 122 pounds--Nick Anderson,45 pounds--Joel Smit Nick Anderson won mid- first; Joe Maumoynier, second dleweigkt outstanding 142 pounds--Terry Crawford, Pioneer League I I Pioneer League 1 Portola 12 0 23 4 wmca=~ Portola 9 1 24 5 WonCFab Loyalton 7 5 8 15 ~pmy~= CheWer 5 5 10 12 ~p~q~ Chester 4 8 4 17 ~notm~pmy~ Loyalton 4 6 13 11 (tv~mv~=~ [Sacramento Valley League (North)JI Sacramento Valley League (North) I School School Uva Oak 7 3 14 12 Madep~ Durham 10 0 24 4 Ma~quatafc/ Quincy 5 5 9 15 Made p~yo~ Quincy 7 3 10 12 M=~ Pierce 5 5 13 12 Madequmat=~ Pierce 4 6 11 12 M=~ Durham 4 6 12 12 Ma~p~ Live Oak 4 6 10 17 Mad=~ THIS WEEK'S GAMES THIS WEEK'S (~i&IF_S Season over Season over P LAST WI=I~K'S RESULTR Sea,on over LAST WEEK'S RESULTS ,~mson over The yo.th mCUq[ team of Chester captured thkd place at Lasse- Cemqle 3. at the TriState Northern Section Boys I Nrthe~n Gid. 1. Sutter (17-9)I 1. Colusa (23-5) 2. Orland (21-7)[ 2. Yreka (16-12) 3. Yreka (19-9) I 3. Sutter (20-7) ~1 ..... ~;" - ............ 2. Capital (23:7) 2. Tulelake (23-6) 3. Liberty (23-3) Unra~K~ Cl~sw 1. Bishop Quinn (22-8) 2. Westwood (23-4) 3. Dunsmuir (14-10) Unranked: Greemdllo 1, 3. Etna (23-8) Unmnktd: Cheater. Surpdse Valley (19-5) 2. Maxwell (17-4) 3. Loyalton (13-11) unmnked: O~Nm~lle Califomle Girls Smau Sc~oo~ 1 .Country Day 2. Redwood Christian 3. Montclalr Prep :4; Prep" " 6. Santa Fe Christian+ 7. Central Valley 8. Etna 9. Rolling Hills Prep 10, Ripon 11,-- 12..-- 13.-- 14.--- 18.-- Callfomle Boys Sm~ Sc~oo~s 1. Price 2. Branson 3. Immanuel 4. Calvery Cb-.p 5. Hoops Valley 6. rkpatnck 7. Desert 8. Verbum Dei 9. Santa Fe Chnstian 10. St. Elizabeth 11.--- 12.-- 13.-- 14.--- 18.--- Boys CIF Dlvlslon FIRST ROUND GAMES Branson (28-4) North No. 1 VS. Forest Lake Christian (26-6) North No. S Redwood Christian (19-8) North No. 4 V~. Capital Christian (23-7) North No. S Victory Christian (30-3) North No. 3 VS Eastside Prep (20-12) North No. S Portola (23-3) North No. 2 VS. St. Elizabeth (20-12) North No. 7 Price (29-3) South No. 1 VS. Mission Prep (21-10) South No. 8 Santa Fe Christian (24-4) South No. 4 VS. Kiipatrick (26-2) South No. 5 Calvery Chapel (27-4) South No. 3 vs Marion Catholic (10-19) South No. S Immanuel (23-4) South No. 2 VS. Antelope Valley (22-7) South No. 7 V State Champion hip Tournament QUARTERRNALS Winner [his game VS, Winner this game Winner this game. VS. Winner this game Winner this geme VS. Winner this 9~u~e Winner thls game. V~ Winner this game Winner this game VS, VV mer thin Wlrmer game VS. VWmer game State finalist State flnal Girls ClF Dlvlslon RRST ROUND GAMES Redwood Christian (21-6) North No. VS. Forest Lake Christian (26-5) North No. S Portola (22-4) Noah NO. 4 VS. Rincon Valley (26-5) North No. s Ripon Christian (22-8) North No. 3 VS Eastside Prep (22-6) No. s Branson (21-10) North No. 2 VS. Tulalake (23-6) North No. 7 Country Day (25-5) South NO. VS. Brethren Christian (20-10) South NO. 8 Pilgrim (24-6) South NO. 4 VS. Central Valley (21-4) South No. s Mission Prep (26-7) South No. 3 VS Rolling Hills Prep (27-4) South No. S Montdalr (27-0) South No. 2 VII. Santa Fe Christian (22-9) south No. z V State Championship Tournament QUARTERRNAI.$ Winner this game vs. Winner thls game Winner this game VS. Winner this game. VS. Wlnner this game Winner this game VS. Winner this g~me Winner this game. VS. ~Mnner Ibis game+ nnor tllls game Winner V~, Wlnn~" lhls game State finalist mate flnal t Frenchman Lake man reported that there was At times, the snow The ice fishermen have been about six inches of snow on top mixed with rain. This doing fairly well at Frenchman of the ice. He was not using a teriorate the ice, so Lake this past week. The dam, four-wheel drive and he made treme caution when Turkey Point and Lunker it to the old boat ramp on the outonit. Point are still the best areas to east side. If you want to go any Nightcrawlers and try. further, a four-wheel drive ve- colors of Powerbait On March 4, a local fisher- hicle is advised, ing well. Snow I of Monday, Skl Gold hnt n New snow: 0" Total runs: 20 Size: 600 acres Base depth: 48"- 66" Base elevation: 5,500' Lift hours: 9:30am - 4.:00pm, Meadows New snow: 0" Total runs: I00+ Size: 2000 acres New snow: 0" Total runs: 41 Size: 380 acres mmmmd New snow: 0" Total runs: 30 Size: 755 acres Domm SM New snow: 0" Total runs: 45 Size: 400 acres New snow: 0" Total runs: N/A (wide open) Size: 4,800 acres Homowood New snow: 0" Total runs: 57 Size: 1,260 acres m wood New snow: 0" Total runs: 68 Size: 2,000 acres Mmmtl m New snow: 0" Total runs: 43 Size: 800 acres Noct t st Ta m New snow: 0" Total runs: 66 Size: 2,420 acres &Imlm at Taboo New snow: 0" Total runs: 46 Size: 2,000 acres Base depth: 84" - 134" Base elevation: 7,000' Lift hours: 9:00am - 4:00pm Base depth: I00" - I00" Base elevation: 6,700' Lift hours: 9:00am - 9:00pm Base depth: 30"- 60" Base elevation: 6,000' Lift hours: 9:00am - 4:00pm Base depth: 95"- 105" Base elevation: 7,031' Lift hours: 9:00am - 4:00pm Base depth: 48" - 86" Base elevation: 6.540' Lift hours: 9:00am - 9:00pm Base depth: 35"- 79" Base elevation: 6,230' Lift hours: 9:00am - 4:00pm Base depth: 120" - 168" Base elevation: 7,800' Lift hours: 9:00am - 4:00pro Base depth: 30" - 60" Base elevation: 8,260' Lift hours: 9:00am - 4:00pm Base depth: 60" - 84" Base elevation: 6,330' Lift hours: 8:30am - 4:00pm Base depth: 74" - 124" Base elevation: 6,640' Lift hours: 9:00am - 4.@0pm New snow: 0" Total runs: 16 Size: 200 acres Base depth: 94" - 123" Base elevation: 6,230' Lift hours: 9:00am - 4:30pm Squw New snow: 0" Base depth: 64" - 125" Total runs: N/A (Mostly bowls) Base elevation: 6,200' Size: 8,300 acres Lift hours: 9:00am - 9:00pro Man Lifts open: 2 Verticle feet: 800 Phone: 530-836-231"/ Lifts open" 12 of 19 Verticle f t: Phone: 1-800-441-44 Lifts open" 7 o Verticle f t: Phone: 530426-36 Lifts open: 4 Verticle feet: 2,54v Phone: 775-832-117 Lifts open: 6 o Verticle feet: 75o Phone: 530-426-36 Lifts open: 23 of , Verticle feet: 3,500 Phone: 775-586- 7001 Lifts open: 7of Verticle feet: 1,65O+ Phone: 530-525-290o Lifts open" 11 off l, Verticle f t: 2,000 Phone: 20 258-600v Lifts open" 5 of.5, Verticle feet Phone: 775-849-07w Lifts open: 12 of_.14, Verticle feet: Phone: 530-562-133u Lifts open: 7 ofg, Verticle feet: Phone: 530-659-74 Lifts open: 3 oL4, Verticle feet: 1,1 . Phone: 5,30426 New snow: 0" Base depth: 132" - 156" Lifts open" 10 o Total runs: 79 Base elevation: 6,883' Verticle f t" Size: 1,500 acres LLft hours: 9:00am - L'0Opm Phone: