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4C Wednesday, March 28, 2001 Bulletin, Progress=ve. Record, :" II lumas BASEBALL : Feather River League School Wins~U~o=~ Winsg~ses P~,yo, m~l~s Westwood 1 0 1 0 None . Loyaiton 0 0 0 1 None Greenville 0 0 1 1 None Portola 0 1 0 1 None 11 SOFTBALL Feather River League School w~s~q~ossesWinsOVerallLosses Playoff Itsndlngs Herlong 0 0 0 0 None Westwood 0 1 0 1 None Loyalton 1 0 1 0 None Greenville 0 0 0 0 None I Chester 0 0 0 0 None Portola 1 1 2 1 N~e : I Sacramento Valley League (North) I School w,nsl~sses ~ p~o. Wins Lo6ses Live Oak 1 0 1 0 Quincy 0 1 4 2 None Pierce 0 1 0 1 Durham 0 1 1 3 No~ mndlngs Chester 0 0 0 0 None Ii Sacramento Valley League (North) I School w~sl~JaossesWms~Losses Pl=yoff standings Durham 1 0 4 1 None Quincy 0 0 0 1 None Pierce 0 0 0 0 No~e Live Oak 0 0 0 0 None THIS WEEK'S GAMES Wednesday, March 28 Portola at Greenville Chester at Loyalton THIS WEEK'S GAMES Wednesday, March 28 Portola at Greenville Chester at Loyalton Friday, March 30 Quincy vs. Live Oak Friday, March 30 Quincy vs, Live Oak Saturday, March 31 Portola at Chester Tuesday, April 3 Quincy vs. Capital Christian Wednesday, April 4 Chester vs. Westwood Greenville vs. Loyalton Saturday, March 31 Portola at Chester Greenville at Herlong Monday, April 2 Portola vs. Monogue Tuesday, April 3 Chester at Greenville Quincy vs, Capital Christian Wednesday, April 4 Portola vs. Herlong LAST V, qEEK'S RESULTR Portola 3, Westwood 8 Quincy 1, East Nicolaus 3 Quincy 13, Pierce 0 Quincy 2, Truckee 1 Quincy 5, Truckee 7 LAST WEEK'S RESULTS Portola 6, Loyalton 7 Portola 13, Westwood 0 Northern Section Boys Division IV 1. Sutter (17-10) 2. Orland (21-7) 3. Yreka (19-10) Unranked: Quincy Division V i 1. Portola (23-4) !: 2. Capital (25-8) !: 3. Liberty (23-5) !: ~: Choler 1, Bishop Quinn (22-5) 2. Westwood (23-4) : 3. Dunsmuir (14-10) : Unranked: Greenville , FINAL BASKETBALL RANKINGR Northern Section Girls Divisi00 IV 1. Colusa (23-6) 2. Yreka (16-13) 3. Sutter (20-7) . Unranked: Quincy Division V 1. Portola 24-5 2. Tulelake (23-7) 3. Etna (23-5) Unranked: Cheater 1o Surprise Valley (19-5) 2. Maxwell (17-6) 3. Loyalton (13-11) Unranked: Greenville California Girls Small Schools 1 .Country Day 2. Redwood Christian 3. Mission Prep 4, Ripon Christian 5. Santa Fe Christian 6. Branson 7. Montclair Prep 8. Rincon Valley 9. Pilgrim ' 10. Rolling Hills Prep 11.-- 12.-- 13.--- 14.-- 15.--- California Boys Small Schools 1. Los Angeles Price 2. Immanuel 3. Calvery Chapel ...... 4. Kirkpatrick 5. Desert 6. Verbum Dei 7. Branson 8. Hoopa 9. St. Elizabeth 10. Serra 11. Portola 12. Capital Christian 13. St. Vincent 14. Hillcrest 15. Buckley ii i ITRACK . TENNIS i Chester High School Chester High School March 24 at West Valley High School March 27 at Portola High School ! April 7 at Enterprise High School March 29 vs. Quincy ! April 21 at John Frank Invitational (Shasta College) April 3 at Downieville 0n Graeagle) : April 27 at Burney High School April 5 at Quincy May 4 at Westwood High School April 10 at Downieville (in Quincy) May 10 at Feather River finals (Lassen Co,ege) April 24 vs. Portola ! May 18 at CIF finals (College of Siskiyous) April 27 at Quincy i May 25 at state prelims (West valley High School) April 28 at Quincy June 1-2 at statefinals (sacramento City College) May 41 Feather River finals May 10-12 at CIF finals (Shasta College) : G~eenville High School i No track team in 2001 Greenville High School No tennis team in 2001 16ortola High School March 22 Opponent unknown Portola High School ! March 23 Opponent unknown March 27 at Chester April 5 Opponent unknown March 29 vs. Downieville April 26 vs. Quincy High School April 3 at Quincy April 27 Opponent unknown April 5 at Downieville (in Graeagle) May 4 at Westwood High School April 10 vs. Quincy May 10-11 Sac Valley finals (Site to be determined) April 24 vs. Chester ' May 18 at CIF finals (Site to be determined) April 27 at Quincy May 25 at state prelims (West Valley High School) April 28 at Quincy June 1-2 at state finals (Sacramento City College) May 41 Feather River finals May 10-12 at CIF finals (ShastaCo,ege) Quincy High School March 22 ~ Durham High School Quincy High School March 23 at Chico High School March 27 vs. Downieville April 5 at Live Oak High School March 29 at Chester April 7 at Enterprise High School Aprii 3 vs. Portola April 26 at Portola High School April 5 vs. Chester April 27 at West Valley High School April 10 at Portola May 4 at Westwood High School April 24 at Downieville (in Graeagle) May 5 at Coming High School April 27 Quincy Invitational May 10-11 Sac Valley finals (~e to be determined) April 28 Quincy Invitational May 18 at CIF finals (Site to be determined) May 41 Feather River finals May 25 at state prelims (West Valley High School) May 10-12at CIF finals (Shasta College) June 1-2 at state finals (Sacramento City College) Chester High School -Portola High School March 27. at Lassen High School March 26 at Rocklin High School March 28 at Greenville High School March 26 at GreenVille High School " April 2 at Durham High School May 4 at Downieville April 4 at Downieville High School April 11 vs. ~er High School (Graea~ Meadows) April 11 at Portola High School April 23 at Loyalton High School April 23 at Loyalton High School April 25 at Westwood High School April 25 at Westwood High School April 28 Cal Invitational (Plumas Pines) May 2 vs. Greenville High School (ashy creek) May 1 vs. Modoc (Graeagle Meadows) May 2 at Chester :Greenville High School March 28 vs. Chester (Mr. Huff) Quincy High School April 4 at Downieville March 22 at East Nicolaus :April 11 at Portola High School March 26 at (to be announced) April 23 at Loyalton High School April 5 at Capital Christian April 25 at Westwood High School April 26 vs. (to be announced) May 2 at Chester High School (Plumes Pines) Plumas Plumas County has been rec- ognized as one of Northern California's best golfing desti- nations in a new book that will be-s.o.ld nationally in book- stores"a d golf shops. "North'Z rn California Golf Getaways: Sensational Weekend Escapes On and Off the Links," features Plumas County along with 17 other destinations including Monterey, Tahoe, Naps Valley, the Bay Area, and Sacramento. In addition to golf courses, the book details lodging establish- ments, restaurants, and other activities for non-golfers. The 408-page book was published in February by Avalon Travel Publishing. Authors Susan Fornoff and Cori Kenicer began the project two years ago, working closely with Plumas County Visitors Bureau staff, who acquainted them with the area and accom- panied them on various visits. Several lodging providers host- ed the writers at no cost in exchange for the coverage. The Plumas chapter (Chapter 7) is entitled, "The Right Left Turn: Plumas County," which refers to tak- ing a northbound left turn onto Hwy. 89 from Interstate 80 in Truckee. The authors point out that they had originally intended to feature Plumas County as a sidebar to the North Tahoe chapter, but dis- covered "a very special golfer's paradise" that warranted its own chapter. The travel book features not only course descriptions, but travel directions and personal- ized advice on where to go and what to do, with suggested itin- eraries for each destination. Numerous area residents are quoted in the Plumas chapter, and the writers even include area history and local secrets. The book also details the authors' favorite meals, golf holes, and watering holes, and comments on hospitality. Reads one sentence: "People are just so friendly here, offer- ing you the kind of service- with-a-smile that the priciest of resorts cannot buy because it comes from within." Although the emphasis is on five Graeagle golf courses, the authors do include a mention of Bailey Creek at Lake Almanor. More than a dozen other tourism businesses in the Graeagle and Portola area are also included. "This is incredible exposure for Plumas County, and was well worth the time we spent accompanying the writers," commented Visitors Bureau Tourism Coordinator Suzi Brakken. "Sometimes golf is work!" Brakken added that Fornoff--who also is a writer for the San Francisco Chronicle--is in regular con- tact v ith the Visitors and is planning to article featuring May. She also wrote a Francisco Examiner umn on Graeagle last Fornoff agreed to golf photos that the Bureau now use in its ing materials. "Northern California Getaways" has a 7,800 and will be regionally and book stores, golf shops, stores and through booksellers. It is locally at the Quincy, High Sierra Portola, and The Store. On and chc Lm The new book "Northern California Golf Getaways," recognizes Plumas County as a "golfer's paradise lights five Graeagle golf courses. Snow conditio as of Monday, March 26 Alpine Meadows New snow: 0" Total runs: 100+ Size: 2000 acres Bomal New snow: 0" Total runs: 41 Size: 380 acres Base depthi 60"- 96" Base elevation: 7,000' Lift hours: 9:00am - 4:00pro Base depth: 72" - 10ft, Base elevation: 6,700' Lift hours: 9:00am - 9:00pm Lifts open: 10 of 13 Verticle feet: 1,800' Phone: 1-8(D-441-4423 Lifts open: 6 of 9 Verticle feet: 652' Phone: 5,30-426-3666 mu Peak New snow: 0" Total runs: 30 Size: 755 acres Donnw Ski Ra New snow: 0" Total runs: 45 Size: 400 acres Base depth: 12" - 30" Base elevation: 6,000' Lift hours: 9:00am - 4:00pm Base depth: 90" - 95" Base elevation: 7,031' Lift hours: 9:00am - 4:00pm Lifts open: 4 of 6 Verticle feet: 2,540' Phone: 775-832-1177 Lifts open: 5 of 6 Verticle feet: 750' Phone: 530-426-3635 Neavu New snow: 0" Total runs: N/A Size: 4,800 acres (wide open) Base clepth: 24"- Co0" Base elevation. 6,540 Lift hours: 9:00am - 9:00pro Lifts open: 18 of 29 Verticle feet: 3,500' Phone: 775-586-7000 Nomewood New snow: 0" Total runs: 57 Size: 1,260 acres Base depth: 30" - 67" Base elevation: 6,230' Lift hours: 9:00am - 4:00pro Lifts open: 6 of 0 Verticle feet: 1,650' Phone: &3(F525-2900 KidkaNood New snow: 0" Total runs: 68 Size: 2,000 acres Base depth: 80" - 108" Base elevation: 7,800' Lift hours: 9:00am - il:00pm Lifts open: 11 ofll Verticle feet: 2,000' Phone: 209-2584}000 knt Role New snow: 0" Total runs: 43 Size: 800 acres at Tdme New snow: 0" Total runs: 66 Size: 2,420 acres lwra at Tatme New snow: 0" Total runs: 46 Size: 2,000 acres Base depth: 20" - 50" Base elevation: 8,260' LiR hours; 9:00am - 4:00pro Base depth: 46" - 72" Base elevation: 6,330' Lift hours: 8:30am - 4:00pro Base depth: 40" - 96" Base elevation: 6,640' LiR hours: 9:00am - 4:00pro Lifts open: 3 of 5 Verticle feet: 1,440' Phone: 775-849@704 Lifts open: 12 of 14 Verticle feet: 2,280' Phone: 530-562-1330 Lifts open: 7 of 9 Verticle feet: 2,212' Phone: 530-659-7453 Sada Sl ng= New snow: 0" Total runs: 16 Size: 200 acres V=lley Base depth: 72" - 108" Base elevation: 6,230' Lift hours: 9:00am - 4:30pro New snow: 0" Total runs: N/A (Mostly bowls) Base elevation: 6,200' Size: 8,300 acres Lift hours: 9:00am - 9:00pro Base depth: 41" - 98" Lifts open: 3 of 4 Verticle feet: 1,122' Phone: 530-426-3901 Lifts open: 206 Verticle feet: 2,850' Phone: 530-583-6955 Bowl New snow: 0" Base depth: 96" - 120" Lifts open: I0 of 12 Total runs: 79 Base elevation: 6,883' Verticle feet: 1,50ff Size: 1,500 acres Lift hours: 4:00pro Phone: 5,3042,6-1111 Talx D xm=r New snow: 0" Total runs: 14 Size: 120 acres Base depth: 6" - 38" Base elevation: 6,750" Lift hours: - 4:00pm Lifts open" 3 of 3 Verticle feet: 600' Phone: 530-587-9444