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4 Wednesday, April 4, 2001 Bulletin, Progressive, RecordPro! I Feather River League II School ~ ~ ~woe ~m~- Westwood 1 0 1 0 None Loyalton 0 0 0 1 None Greenville 0 0 1 1 None Portola 0 1 0 1 No~ Chester 0 0 0 0 None [ Sacramento Valley League (North) I School wml~ w~s~_o~ p~toe,,~,, Uve Oak 1 0 1 0 None Quincy 2 2 5 3 Pierce 0 1 0 1 None Durham 1 1 2 3 None Feather River League School I.mw ~ P~,a~= Herlong 0 0 0 0 None Weetwood 0 0 0 0 Nora Loyalton 0 0 0 0 None Greenville 0 1 0 1 No~ Portols 1 0 2 0 No~ Chester 0 0 0 0 None J I Sacramento Valley League (North)- School w~l~mL~o~ w~ P~,~.m~ Durham 2 0 5 1 None Quincy I 3 3 7 None Pierce 0 0 0 0 None Uve Oak 1 0 1 0 None By Mima Deliadlllo Special to Feather Publishing The Feather River College baseball team won two games out of three against College of the Redwoods last weekend. FR 13 Redwoods 2 Freshman pitcher Tony Biale struck out eight batters as he threw his second com- plete game of the season, improving his record to 4-2 Leading hitters in the game were Dustin Garcia, Robert Stahlke, Bruce Jacobsen, and Travis Backlund. Garcia went 3-5, with two singles, an RBI double, and a stolen base Stahlke, who was hit by pitch- es three times, went 2-3 scor- ing two runs. Jacobsen went 3- 5 with three RBIs and a home- run and Backlund went 2-5 hit- ting a three-run homer. Redwoods 3 FRC 2 The Eagles lost the second game of the series. With the loss, sophomore pitcher Nate Landa's record is 3-4. Leading hitters in the game were Dustin Garcia, Robert Stahlke, and Josh Green. Garcia went 1-3, hitting a double. Stahlke went 1-3 with a single, and Green went 2-2, hitting an RBI double. : . . sio with six strikeouts rye runs. Freshman pitchFd Faulkner closed - pitching two innings b strikeouts, no runs, J, a hits Leading hitters in were Dustin Garcia, Stahlke, Josh Gree 53 Travis Backlund. Garcit n 2-4 with four runs. $!dc went 4-5, hitting two (~l-- and a triple. Green wm, n " ~CC with one double a (1 o and Backlund went 24 12 Redwoods 0 two runs and a double. In the last game of the series, the Eagles shutoutThe Eagles improve rt, College of the Redwoods. overall record to 16- ii' r Southpaw Jonathan Troop their league record1 won his fifth consecutive, start They travel to Collegelit improving his record to 5-2. Siskyious on SaturdaYCol Troop pitched seven innings 7, for a two-game set. dd to ml THIS WEEK'S GAMES Wednesday, P4~ril 4 Chester vs. Westwood Greenville vs, Loyalton Portola vs. Truckee junior varsity THIS WEEK'S GAME.~ Wednesday, April 4 Chester vs. Westwood Greenville vs. Loyalton Portola vs. Hedong Friday, April 6 Chester vs. Greenville Quincy at Live Oak Saturday, April 7 Portola vs. Westwood Monday, April 9 Quincy at Portola Wednesday, April 11 Greenville at Westwood Portola vs. LoyaRon Friday, April 6 Chester at North Valley Quincy at live Oak Saturday, April 7 Chester at North Valley Portota at Westwood Monday, April 9 Quincy at Portola WqKInelday, April 11 Chester vs. Herlong Greenville at Westwood LAST WEEK'S RESULT~ Quincy 8, Durham 2 Quincy 5, Live Oak 9 LAST WEEK'S RESULT~ Portola 12, Greenville 1 Quincy 4, Durham 5 Quincy 2, Live Oak 6 Baseball (North) 1. Etna (9-2) 2. Modoc (72) 3. Quincy (5-3) Unrank~: Portota 1. East Nicolaus (9-1) 2. Burney (6-1) 3. Fall River (8-3) Unrank~ Ctmmlr I. Liberty (6.3) 2. Maxwell (7-1) 3. Bishop Quinn (5-2) Unranked: Greenville BASEBALL AND SOFTBALL RANKINGS Softball (North) Baseball (State) 1. Winters (13-3) 2. Orland (18-7) 3. llve Oak (10-2) Unranked: Quincy 1. East Nicolaus (13-0) 2. Modoc (10.0) 3. Fall River (10.2) U~: ~ and Potto~ 1. McCIoud (2-0) 2. Maxwell (2-0) 3.---" Unranked: Greenville Small Schools 1.-- 2.-- 3.-- 4.-- 5.-- 6. -- 7.-- 8.~ 9.-- 10.-- 11.-- 12.-- 13.-- 14.-- 15.-- Sotball (State) Small Schools 1.-- 2.-- 3.--I 4.-- 5.-- 5.-- 7.-- 8.-- 9.~-" 10.-- 11.-- 12.-- 13.-- 14.-- 15.-- [ TENNIS 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 Co,~) April 3 at Downieville (in Graeagle) April 27 at Burney High School Apnl 5 at Quincy May 4 at Westwood High School April 10 at Downieville 0n Quincy) May 10 at Feather River finals (Las~n Cot~ge) April 24 vs. Portola May 18 at CIF finals (C~lege of'Siskiyous) April 27 at Quincy May 25 at state prelims (west valley High School) April 28 at Quincy June 1-2 at state finals (Sacramento CW C~lege) May 41 Feather River finals May 10.12at CIF finals (Sha=aC~ge) Greenville High School No track team in 2001 Petrols High School March 22 March 23 Ap l 5 Ap | 2s Apdl 27 May 4 May 10-11 May 18 May 25 June 1-2 Opponent unknown Opponent unknown Opponent unknown vs. Quincy High School Opponent unknown at Westwood High School Sac Valley finals (SRe to be determined) at CIF finals (Site to be determined) at state prelims (We= Valley High SchoN) at state finals (Sa unento C. ty Quincy High School March 22 at Durham High School March 23 at Chico High School April 5 at Live Oak High School April 7 at Enterprise High School Apdl 26 at Portola High School Apdl 27 at West Valley High School May 4 at Westwood High School May 5 at Coming High School May 10.11 Sac Valley finals (Site to be determlned) May18 at CIF finals (~te to be dell|trained) May 25 at state prelims (W~t va~/High School) June 1-2 at state finals (Sacramento C~ Coaege) Greenville High School No tennis team in 2001 Portola High School March 27 at Chester March 29 vs. Downieville April 3 at Quincy April 5 at Downieville (in Graeagle) April I0 vs, Quincy Apdl 24 vs. Chester April 27 at Quincy April 28 at Quincy May 41 Feather River finals May 10-12atCIFfinals(st~Bt~Co~ge) Quincy High School March 27 vs. Downieville March 29 at Chester April 3 vs. Portola April 5 vs. Chester April 10 at Portola April 24 at Downieville (in Gra~g~e) April 27 Quincy Invitational April 28 Quincy Invitational May 41 Feather River finals May 10-12at CIF finals (Shasta C~) Chseter High sohool March 27 at Lassen High School - March 28 at Greenville High School April 2 at Durham High School Apdl 4 at Downieville High School April 11 at Portola High School April 23 at Loyalton High School Apnl 25 at Westwood High School May 2 vs. Greenville High School (Baby Cr~k) Greenville High School March 28 vs. Chester (Mr Huff) April 4 at Downieville April 11 at Portola High School April 23 at Loyalton High School April 25 at Westwood High School May 2 at Chester High School Portols High School March 26 at Rocklin High School March 28 at Greenville High School May 4 at Downieville April 1 1"vs. Chesl~ High School ~ Meadow) April 23 at Loyalton High School Apnl 25 at Westwood High School Apdl 28 Cal Invitational ~ Pines) May 1 vs. Modoc (Gmeag e,,km k>w ) May 2 at Chester Quincy High School " March 22 at East Nicolaus March 26 at (to be announced) April 5 at Capital Christian April 26 vs. (to be announced) (P mas Pln ) .=el Giant cutthroat reeled in at Buckhorn Heservo,- A 12.5-pound Lahontan cutthroat trout land- ed by an angler Tuesday from an irrigation reservoir in eastern Lassen County may cause some changes in trout planting strategies for other northeastern desert reservoirs in coming years, the Department of Fish and Game said today. "It was like getting hit over the head with a hammer," Paul ChappeU, DFG fishery biologist for Lassen and Modoc counties, said of learning that a Susanville resident had landed the 31- inch cutthroat trout at Buckhorn Reservoir east of Ravendale. "If we can get that kind of growth from cut- throats in Buckhorn, it's reasonable to think we may get the same results at some of our other eastside reservoirs," Chappell said. Chappell said Leonard "Gris" Griswold, 56, a retired meat cutter from SusanviUe, hooked the huge cutthroat as he was starting to retrieve his bobber and brown jig Tuesday afternoon. Chappell said Griswold and four other anglers had fished Buckhorn all afternoon without get- ting a bite. "He told me he fought that fish hard for 20 minutes before landing it," Chappell said. Fish and Game said it tried an experimental plant of cutthroats in Buckhorn in 1997. The fish were about six-inches long at the time of their release. Chappell said there have been reports of sev- eral 10-pound cutthroat and some very large Eagle Lake rainbow caught at Buckhorn over the past couple of years, thanks in large some generous winters that brought st level up to its capacity Of 200 surface ac ,o] 11.75-pound cutthroat reportedly was s( last October. he: This year, thanks to an irrigation valCpo function and a very dry winter, the rese 'w level is down to about 20-percent of its c nt and would become dry before the year ff the DFG said. I[ci But, Tuesday's catch by Griswold mayRa a boost in future plants of cutthroat at }rs eastern desert reservoirs, where sunlig ld plankton production are among the most ous in California, according to Fish and G a] Genetically linked to cutthroat tr io Nevada's Pyramid Lake-- and its legendaN pound fish--the cutthroat of Buckhor lir hatched, raised and planted by the Darrah Springs Hatchery in southe s Shasta County. Chappell said a declining water level with a severe cold spell resulted in a , llJ fish kill at Buckhorn a few months ago. it is unknown how many fish survived -and whether any survivors will be aro h, the end of the coming summer months. Last year, Darrah Springs plapted T gerling-sized cutthroat in Buckhorn yearling "sub-catchables" in Modoc CoUrt Fee Reservoir. Another 25,000 yearlin e released into Siskiyou County's India ea: Lake near Dorris. "F ha ae~ Ws S4 OW Alpine Meadows New snow: 0" Total runs: 100+ Size: 2000 acres = lition = of April 2 tds Base depth: 48"- 90" Base elevation: 7,000' Lift hours: 9:00am - 4:00pm Lifts open: 10 ofnc Verticl e feet: Phone: 1.800-441-45d. New snow: 0" Total runs: 41 Size: 380 acres Base depth: 72"- 96" Base elevation: 6,700' Lift hours: 9:00am - 9:00pm Lifts open: 6 d ui Verticle feet:d Phone: 5,30-426-3 - Peak New snow: 0" Total runs: 30 Size: 755 acres Dolm r Sial Ran New snow: 0" Total runs: 45 Size: 400 acres Base depth: 0" - 0" Base elevation: 6,000' Lift hours: 9:00am - 4:00pm Base depth: 75" - 80" Base elevation: 7,031' Lift hours: 9:00am - 4:00pm nd Lifts open: 0 0 Verticle feet: 2,5 Phone: 775-832-11m nc Lifts open: 1 Verticle feet: Phone: 530-426-3 New snow: 0" Total runs: N/A Size: 4,800 acres Nomewood New snow: 0" Total runs: 57 Size: 1,260 acres Kldcwood New snow: 0" Total runs: 68 Size: 2,000 acres (wide open) Base depth: 22"- 50". Base elevation: 6,540' Lift hours: 9:00am - 9:00pm Base depth: 27". 62" Base elevation: 6,230' Lift hours: 9:00am - 4:00pm Base depth: 84" - 10ft' Base elevation: 7,800' Lift hours: 9:00am - 4:00pm Lifts open: 13 of Verticle feet: 3,F Phone: 775-586-7f Lifts open: 5 0. Verticle feet: 1,6 Phone: 530-525-2 Lifts open: ii of Verticle feet: 2,0 Phone: 209-258- hnt Ro=e New snow: 0" Total runs: 43 Size: 800 acres Base depth: 20"- 50" Base elevation: 8,260' Lift hours: 9:00am - 4:00pm Lifts open: 2 0 Verticle feet: Phone: T75-849-0 Northltm at Talme New snow: 0" Total runs: 66 Size: 2,420 acres , km.a at Talme New snow: 0" Total runs: 46 Size: 2,000 acres New snow: 0" Total runs: 16 Size: 200 acres Base depth: 29" - 54" Base elevation: 6,330' Lift hours: 8:30am - 4:00pro Base depth: 25"- 82" Base elevation: 6,640' Lift hours: 9:00am - 4:00pm Base depth: 72" - 96" Base elevation: 6,230' Lift hours: 9:00am - 4:50pm Lifts open: II Verticle feet: Phone: 530-562-1 I Lifts open: 5 0 ' Verticle feet= Phone: 530-6594 Lilts open: 4 Verticle feet: Phone: 530426- SqNw Vail New snow: 0" Total runs: N/A (Mostly bowls) Size: 8,300 acres New snow: 0" Total runs: 79 Size: 1,500 acres Talm l)mm New snow: 0" Total runs: 14 Size: 120 acres Base depth: 30". 87" Base elevation: 6,200' Lift hours: 9:00am. 9:00pm Base depth: 60" - 84" Base elevation: 6,883' Lift hours: 9:00am - 4:00pm Base depth: 0" - 0" Base elevation: 6,750' Lift hours: 9:00am - 4:00pm Lifts open: 16 ( Vertich PhOne: Lifts open: 9, Verticle feet: Phone: Lifts open: {