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6C Wednesday, March 18, 2015 Bulletin, Record, Progressive, Reporter Above, Chase McDonald tags the third base bag as Chester infielder Damon Stephens (No. 10) waits for the ball. Right, Chester pitcher Spencer Lee (No. 17) tosses one to Trojan batter Craig Martynn last week in Quincy. Photos by Greg Knight SCHLUETER, from page 5C seventh offa run by Lee, the base attempts by Quincy. squads headed into extraNick Cancilla had five stops i with the Volcanoes trailing innings -- where Schlueter for Chester, while Eddy 5-1. In short order he came up big with a double in Perez and Silas Lagroue .... slammed the door shut on the top of the eighth inning each earned three. Schlueter Trojan hitters and gave the and eventually scored the also excelled on the mound, Vols a chance to come back winning run off an RBI by allowing just a pair of hits -- which they did in the Lee. and striking out two batters; fourth thanks to a three-run Defensively, James led the earning a .118 on-base rally by Chester that saw effort for the Vots from his percentage. Schlueter, Tristan James position at third base with The win gave the Vols a 1=0 apd Adam Branch score, eight putouts, a pair ofrecord on the season. Quincy After tying it up 5-5 in the assists and four foiled stolen dropped to 1-1 overall. INCORPORATED "Hundreds of Items to be Sold Every Weekl" Auctioneer's Note:. , Venture deep into America's past with collectibles and memorabilia that come straight out of the 1800's. Beautiful bronze sculptures, fine art, antique clocks, civil war era swords, antique oak furniture, H. Gerstner & Sons machinist Chest, full black bear rug, Confederate 43rd Mississippi flag, Specialized bike, militaria, gold and silver U.S.coins, collectible pocket watches from Hamilton, Elgin, Illinois and many others, gold and silver fine jewelry, turquoise and costume jewelry, and many other highly desirable collector's pieces. With nearly one thousand lots to be sold there is plenty of excitement to be had for all. Lightning Auctions, Inc. 870 S. Rock Blvd Sparks Nevada 89431 Phone: (775) 331-4222 Fax: (775) 331-4281 Genesee resident and champion powerlifter Gary McFarland breaks a California state record by lifting more than 500 pounds in his weight class at the World Association of Benchers and Deadlifters championships on March 7 in Chico. Photo submitted I Greg Knight of a state or world record, given the option of a fourth Sports Editor McFarland's opener was attempt, which he decided to sports@plumasnews.com 485 pounds, which he said he try at 518 pounds. After a missed due to a mental small break, he finished the Genesee resident Gary error. He then missed his meet with another ' McFarland has set two newsecond attempt at the same successful lift, setting two state records in weight. Frustrated and new state records and weightlifting after attending dejected, McFarland was shattering the original the World Association of faced with his third andrecord by 46 pounds. Benchers and Deadlifters final attempt, which hisMcFarland said it was a championships on March 7 coach told him to leave at very emotional day for him in Chico. 485. because he had trained for Weighing in at 217.4, "I decided to up the weight years to break 500 in that McFarland, 51, was to 501.5 pounds, telling the weight class. competing in the Law/Fire coach 'If I'm going to bomb "It's pretty amazing when Open and Law/Fire 48 - 55, out of this meet, I am going you accomplish something 220-pound weight class to do it trying something I you never imagined you divisions, came here to do,'" could," he added. Even though the day McFarland said. McFarland finished the ended successfully for After making a few day with two first-place McFarland it did not start adjustments to how he was wins and a best lifter out that way. In lifting, McFarland award, qualifying him for powerlifting, competitors successfully completed his the World Association of are allowed a maximum of third lift, setting two Benchers and Deadlifters three lifts, though there can California state records. World Championships in also be a fourth lift if results Because he set a new Las Vegas later this year. fall within a certain number record, McFarland was [ PLUMASNEWS.COM r