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Bulletin, Record, Progressive, Reporter Wednesday, March 21, 2012 lC AND Quincy's Garrett Hagwood races through fresh snow. Hagwood placed in the top the state ski championships. Photos by Karen Barker 10 overall at Shannon Morrow All the Quincy skiers whoIn the men's slalom races, Sports Editor competed in the men's divi- Dillingham earned 15th with sports@plumasnews.comsion at the state champi-a combined time of 1:42.0, onships were seniors, andBarker claimed 16th at 1:42.1 The Quincy High School Barker spoke of their con- and Hagwood took 19th at men's ski team took fourth tinued dedication to the 1:43.3. Luis Rubalcava-Cu- place at the California Neva- sport and the team duringnan placed 41st for Quincy da Interscholastic Ski and the last four years, with a time of 1:54.3. Snowboard Federation state Quincy's women also In the women's GS, championships, which were fared well, taking 10th place Michaela Barnes took held at Northstar Ski Resort with 471 points. 27th for Quincy with a corn- March 4-8. In the combined team re- bined time of 2:11.0. Mariah Of the 28 teams, Mr. Shas- sults, Quincy took eighthHopkins followed in 36th ta High School won the place overall, place with a 2:15.5 and Ava men's competition with 661 Garrett Hagwood won all- Hagwood finished 59th at points, followed by Davis state honors by taking 10th 2:44.9. High School with 677, Pon- place overall in the men's Hopkins and Barnes derosa High School with 654 combined results, placed 40th and 41st in the and Quincy High School In the men's giant slalomwomen's slalom race, with with 602. competition, Hagwood 'combined times of 2:09.4 and "There is a lot of competi- placed 10th with a combined 2:09.9, respectively. Ava tion at this event, and our time of one minute, 58.0 Hagwood came in 55th at team achieved great re- seconds. 2:31.5. sults," said Quincy ski Quincy teammates Henry During theregularseason, coach Sarena Barker. "For Dillingham took 29th in GS Dillingham and Barker the men to place fourth in with a time of 2:02.5, and Ko- earned first and second, the state is an accomplish- by Barker finished 35th with respectively, qualifying for ment." a time of 2:05.6. the all-division team. t Henry Dillingham keeps as much speed as possible through the giant slalom course Ski Resort. at Northstar Koby Barker powers through a turn. All the Quincy men who raced at this year's state championships were seniors. Long rd held Shannon Morrow Sports Editor sports@plurnasnews.corn Considering nobody knew the longboard races were going to be held until two days before the event, orga- nizers did a terrific job of getting everything ready for last Sunday's world champi- onships, which were contin- gent upon the weather. The race course was groomed, the deck was shoveled, the water was running and the food was hot, thanks to a coordinated effort by the Plumas Ski Club and several other peo- ple who helped prepare everything for a fun day at the Johnsville Ski Hill. With 30 racers and a crowd of spectators, turnout for the event was good. The weather was snowy at times, but seemed to en- hance the 20tb annual cele- bration of the longboard re- vival race series. After four rounds of head- to-head racing in single- elimination brackets, Rob Russell beat out a field of 24 men to win this year's championship. Ryan Mur- ray took second place and Eric McGrath finished third. Of the six women racers, Dana Ludington won first place, followed by Jessica Nelson in second and Kath- leen Murray in third. Rob Russell celebrates as he crosses the finish line and wins the final race at the Iongboard championships last Sunday, March 18. Ryan and Eric McGrath, right, finished third. Photo by Shannon Morrow Murray, left, took second