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Bulletin, Record, Progressive, Reporter Wednesday, March 18, 2015 3C Greg Knight 1-1, the Trojans kept up the nine putouts and a pair of team's effort while also Sports Editor pressure by adding another double plays. Double plays highlighting a Chester player sports@plumasnews.com run from Nolan on an RBIalso came from Maya who made a difference in the single by Brooke Potter.Belsher-Howe, Nolan and game. The Quincy Lady Trojans After another RBI singleKeely. As the closer on the "I think it was a real team softball squad opened the from senior Claire Wright, mound, Potter finished upeffort by us today," Yalung 2015 season with a 3-1 win Quincy put the game awaythe sixth and seventh with said. "The pitching duo of over Chester last week in a with a run to home plate by three strikeouts and Nolan and Potter was great game that saw junior pitcher Madison Venable. managed to catch Vols' and we had a lot of good Sara Nolan deliver a standout Both Venable and Nolan batter Antonia Marro defense. You also have to performance by giving up recorded doubles, while looking in the final inning, credit their pitcher, Branch, only one run in the game, Potter and Wright each For the Vols, Rebecca for getting us to ground out tossing a strikeout with no earned RBIs against Chester. Branch recorded eight on a few occasions. Going walks and going two-for-three Nolan led with two hits and strikeouts in her forward we're looking to at the plate for two runs. the quartet of Rikki performance on the mound,have a great season." After Nolan scored early Gregorich, Samantha Keely, The win gives Quincy a 1-0 The Trojans will travel to in the first inning, Chester Venable and Potter each record overall, with Chester the Hamilton City responded in the third with logged a hit as well. dropping to 0-1. Tournament this weekend, a run by Elizabeth Bereznak Defensively, the TrojansAfter the game, Quincy while the.Vols will travel to off an RBI single from were led at first base by head coach Michael YalungMaxwell for the Panthers' Reanna Trujillo. Tied up at senior Jasmin Sherman with said he was proud of his annual tournament. Quincy's pitcher, Sara Nolan, leads the Trojans defense from the mound and also the team's offense with a pair of runs against the Chester Volcanoes last week. Photo by Greg Knight How to enjoy tidepool animals Tidepool animals /L. want anything being. Question: I have two introduced to fish and small daughters that are invertebrates in the wild. very much into marine life. I The permit you are thought it would be exciting probably referring t9 is a for them to catch small marine aquaria collector's critters, fish, etc. and put CALIFORNIA permit which is intended to them into an aquarium at OUTDOORS allow for certain species of home. I figured they could CARRIE WILSON fish and invertebrates to be then return the marine life California Dept. of Fish & Wildlife collected for the aquarium back to the ocean every few CalOutdoors@wildlife.ca.gov industry. Unfortunately, I weeks. I looked into this think you will find it online and it appears that cost-prohibitive, as it is a you need to obtain a permit collecting permit and they business license that costs to collect marine life in this wouldn't qualify for one of more than $1,000. fashion. Do you think it is these because they areFor the time being, it possible for me to obtain the issued only to scientists would be best for your girls proper permits in order to doing bona fide research or to stick with fish and do this with my kids? If so, to schools or aquariums invertebrates that they buy do you have any idea how I where the animals taken from licensed aquarists or would go about applying and will be on display for the stores that sell aquarium the general costs? public to view. species legally. They can, --Charles K. --Third, they can remove however, visit Answer: Unfortunately, invertebrates that are legal most tidepools and enjoy the as nice as this sounds, it is to take with a sport fishing fish and invertebrates in not legal for your daughters license (although if under 16 their natural environments to do. Here are three reasons years old they do not need a ... just don't take them away why: license), but nothing can be from their homes. --First of all, they cannot returned alive to the ocean. transport any finfish from If they take them, they need Carrie Wilson is a marine the ocean, period. Moving to keep them. This is environmental scientist with the live finfish from freshwater because there's always a California Department ofFish and Wildlife. While she cannot or ocean waters is illegal, possibility that fish or personally answer everyone's --Second, anything that is invertebrates may havequestions, she will select a fewto not legal to take with a picked up parasites oranswer each week in this California sport fishing diseases when kept in column. Contact her at license requires a scientific private aquariums. We don't CalOutdoors@wildlife.ca.gov. Lassen Community College Fire Line Safety Awareness for Hired Contractors Lassen Community College will be presenting an eight hour annual fire safety training class for fire contractors who work directly on the fire line (dozers, water tender operators, timber fallers, pickup drivers). In order to work on the fire line, you MUST attend this class. For more information and to RSVP, contact the Lassen College Fire Science Department at 251-8829. You Must RSVP as space is limitedl 2015 Cost of Attendance California Residents : $50 Out of State Residents: $73 I IIIIII I III INDIANS, from page 2C struggle with the portable made good plays to take the mound used by Mercy. Potts' win." scoreboard in the seventh stride far exceeded the Greenville also took a 14-8 thanks to two more runs length of the mound and win over Biggs on Saturday, earned off Mercy errors, after hitting a batter, several exploding for six runs in the After the game, head coach walks and a single, Potts was eighth inning as Mike Chelotti praised replaced by Martinez. With back-to-back doubles by Martinez for his skill on the the score at 8-3 late in the Potts and Logan Carmichael mound, seventh, the No. 9 hitter for were followed by base hits by "Martinez dominated Mercy, Dartanian Kingwell, Kingdon, Landin Carmichael Mercy in the first six greeted Martinez with a and Potts innings, giving up no hits grand slam cutting the score Results for the Greenville and striking out 11," Chelotti to 8-7. Martinez then retired game against Portola on said. the next three batters in a Monday were not available And then, there was a row to preserve the win.by press time. The Indians, slight problem for "The last five minutes of now sporting a 2-0 record, Greenville. the game were pretty intense will open league play against Martinez was relieved in on our part," Chelotti said. Elk Creek with a double the seventh by Ports who "It was like playoffbaseball, header on the road Friday at immediately began to but we settled down and 2 p.m. In three completely two-run base hit in the ninth pair of intentional walks different ways the Feather to seal the victory. The loaded the bases for River College Golden Eagles Golden Eagles were paced on Putnam's game-ending hit. baseball squad picked up a offense by Samson O'Keeffe Hall pitched well trio of wins over Lassen Abernathy's three hits and but didn't get the win, going College last weekend to Matuszak's three RBIs. Brad seven innings and allowing increase its winning streak Galisatus picked up the win only four hits andno earned to nine. with four excellent innings of runs. Cody Hoff earned the Coach Terry Baumgarter's relief, allowing only four hits win in relief with two perfect squad improved to 15-5 on the and no earned runs. innings. season and to a perfect 9-0 in In Saturday's first game in The 15-3 win in the Golden Valley Conference Quincy, the Golden Eaglesnightcap didn't have near the, action. Lassen fell to 4-16 in mounted a furious rally drama that the opener did at 2015 and to 3-6 in league play. capped byEli Putnam's the Eagles Nest. FRC topped Lassen on walk-0ffsingle to win in The Golden Eagles put a Friday in Susanville, 11-6, dramatic fashion, 4-3. A few five-spot up on the board in and then took two from the innings earlier, an FRC win the second innir g and added Cougars on Saturday in seemed out of the question, four more each in the third Quincy, 4-3 and 15-3. Cougar pitcher Donald and fourth. FRC had 14 hits On Friday at Memorial Wanner had the hosts twisted total, led by Putnam's Park, the Golden Eagles had in knots, allowing only two two-for-four game with four to score late in the contest to hits and no runs through RBIs and a triple. Lead-off break open a tight game in seven innings while Lassen man Mike Rita also had two the series opener. The took a 3-0 lead into the hits and three RBIs and Greg visitors trailed 3-2 in the eighth. But Wanner tired Darms chzpped in a pair of sixth inning but scored four early in that frame and the hits and scored three times. times in that stanza without Golden Eagles picked up Starting pitcher Connor the benefit of a hit -- using their first run of the day on Briare improved to 4-0 on the four walks and three hit Matuszak's RBI single, year by pitching five stanzas batters. But the Cougars With Wanner gone, FRC of the seven-inning contest, answered with three plate had one last shot at heroics allowing only three hits and crossings of their own in the and Rex Campbell started the one earned run while fanning bottom half to tie the game, ninth inning offwith a four. 6-6. single. Abernathy was hit by Up next for the Golden After a scoreless seventh, a pitch to put two runners Eagles is a three-game slate Feather River took the lead aboard and Kama Eldredge with GVC second-place squad for good with two in the promptly brought both of Butte College. The series will eighth and three more in the them home with a single to begin with a single game ninth. Gage Matuszak had a tie the contest at 3-3. After Friday at 2 p.m. in Oroville, two-run double in the eighth Scotty Dwyer's sacrifice bunt followed by a twinbill in and Mikeo Rita added a moved Eldredge to third, a Quincy on Saturday at noon.