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2C Wednesday, April 8, 2015 Bulletin, Record, Progressive, Reporter Why don't License dates Question: Why do fishing licenses run from Jan. 1 through Dec. 31 every year rather than from the date of purchase? For example, a person buys his/her license Dec. I only to fmd it expires the end of the month. Then bY Jan. 1, he must purchase a new license for the full price. Why not let it go for one full year from the date of purchase? Hunting licenses too run from July I through June 30 of the next year. I think license sales would greatly improve if they were changed from date of purchase to the next year. Can someone give a rational answer, please? --Alan E Los Angeles Answer: California has considered changing from a calendar-based sport fishing license to a license that is valid for one year from the date of purchase. But while this seems beneficial, when licenses run CALIFORNIA OUTDOORS CARRIE WILSON California Dept. of Fish & Wildlife CalOutdoors@wildlife.ca.gov we looked at the issue thoroughly, we realized that changing to a license that is valid for one year from the date of purchase would significantly reduce funding for the California Department of Fish and Wildlife. According to CDFW license program analyst Glenn Underwood, several other states have made the change to a license that is valid for one year from the date of purchase, and so we contacted these other states to learn from their experiences We found states that changed from a calendar yearlicense annually? to a license that is valid for one year from the date of purchase experienced a reduction in license sales from 10 to 30 percent in the three years following implementation. Experts from these states explained license purchasing patterns changed when the license system changed to one year from the date of purchase licenses. Customers tended to wait until the last minute to purchase a license, as they knew it would be valid for one year from that date. Then when their licenses expired, customers again waited to renew until they fished again, creating a gap in licensure. After a few years the sum of the gaps was often greater than a year and a complete license sale was lost. Changing to a license that is valid for one year from the date of purchase would also reduce federal grant funding. See Cal Outdoors, page 4C VOLLEYBALL, from page lC weekend, defeating Gavilan's Ryan Asp and Brittani Siaz in three sets by the scores of 21-16, 16-21 and 15-11. Marinda Thomas and Alanna Watt gave Feather River its third point, winning the No. 2 match in two sets by the scores of 21-14 and 21-16 over Karina Daniels and Samantha Nydam. The No. 1 pair of Stephanie Ovitz and Bailey Zavala clinched their first victory of the weekend by defeating Jessica Stofer and Raelynn Heredia in three sets, 21-15, 21-23 and 15-13. Against Cabrillo, the lone team to win its flight was the No. 2 pair of Thomas and Watt, winning in three sets, 18-21, 22-20 and 15-12. Next up for FRC is its last weekend of conference play beginning with matches against West Valley and Gavilan on April 9 in Saratoga, followed by matches April 10 against Foothill and Cabrillo in Aptos. FRC misses Shasta sweep, takes two from Siskiyous The Feather River baseball nine swept a doubleheader in convincing fashion Saturday on the road at Shasta College, but missed an opportunity for a three-game sweep when they fell to the Knights on Sunday afternoon in a one-run nail-biter. The conference-leading Golden Eagles won twice in Redding, 7-2 and 11-5, but Shasta saved face with a 3-2 win at Peak Park. By winning two out of three, Feather River maintained a three-game lead in the Golden Valley Conference over Butte College. FRC is 19-7 on the Year and 13-2 in the GVC, while Shasta fell to 10-15 on the year and 7-7 in league play. It was business as usual for the Golden Eagles on Saturday. In the 7-2 first game, they methodically built a 7-0 lead before the hosts scored two late runs. FRC had 14 hits and took advantage of six Knight errors. Five different Golden Eagles had two hits apiece, led by Michael Sanderson who had a pair of doubles and two RBIs. Also with two hits in the books were Gage Matuszak, J.C. Montemayor, David Rapanot and Greg Darms. Connor Briare improved to 6-0 on the season on the hill, allowing only two hits and no runs in just under seven innings of work. He survived five walks and struck out eight Knight batters. In Saturday's 11-5 nightcap win, the visitors struck for seven runs in the first inning to solve any mystery early. They sent 11 batters to the plate before Shasta even had its first offensive opportunity. FRC had five hits in the stanza, including Rex Campbell's two-run double. Overall Feather River had 16 hits in the game and led 11-2 at one point. Campbell finished with three hits and stole a pair of bases, but the offensive star of Game 2 was Nathan Reynolds. The second baseman had four hits including three doubles. Matuszak, Sanderson and Rapanot added two hits each. O'Keeffe Hall kept pace with Briare by garnering his sixth victory of the year (6-0). Hall went eight innings, allowed only four hits, two earned runs and just one walk and whiffed eight. In Sunday's contest, freshman Jace Zampirro was the hard luck loser in his first start. Zampirro gave up just one earned run, but was out-dueled by Shasta's Ronny Davis in the 3-2 loss. Davis allowed just two hits against the hard-hitting Golden Eagles. Brandon Lupton earned the save. The Knights scored one run in the third inning and two more in the sixth to take a 3-0 lead. FRC scored one run each in the seventh and eighth frames and had the tying run on base in the ninth, but couldn't get the clutch hit. See FRC baseball, page 4C CHESTER, from page lC however, and went up 4-2 after Kodi Lowdermilk reached home on a Leal RBI. Both teams had a scoreless fourth with neither team making any hits -- Volcano Leading the Vols by two runs, the Tigers extended their lead to 6-2 in the fifth after rotating back to the start of their order as Joey Romano and Lowdermilk scored off RBIs from Baumbach and Leal. After Peiler, Pearson .' pitcher Spencer Lee and and Tyler Billups were caught :: Lowdermilk for the Tigers .::::at the plate on swings and ' : each retired three batters in:-:misses, it was Chester's turn 'i row to end the inning: : ' i!':::rally. = : = And then, there was the Straight out of the gate in : fifth inning, the bottom of the inning, Lee stepped to the plate for the Vols and belted a homer across the center-left fence to start what would be a seven-run rally for Chester. After being walked, both Damon Stephens and Matt Cancilla reached on a two-RBI single by Perez to come within one point of the Tigers. The sixth inning was advantageous for the Vols as Lee's pitching caught three Tiger batters out in a row -- Quincy Rotary's 14thAnnual Golf Tournament Saturday, May 2, 2015 PLUMAS PINES GOLF COURSE GRAEAGLE .... "rimes: Registration 10 am. Shotgun Start lm   Following Golf'. Hors d'oeuvres,  Prize Raffle& Awards Presentation /_ i THREE HOLE-IN-ONE PRI.Z00 , s10,000 ..................... CASH, $,UOU" Hole #11 Sponsored by Plumas Bank and Les Schwab Tire- Quincy Sportsman 400 4x4 ATV S51000- Hole #15 Sponsored by Steven King of Edward Jones Investing and Hole #3 Sponsored by DuPont Power Tools Flanigan Leavitt Insurance & State Farm Insurance, Richard Stockton Clay Memorial Cash Prize PlayerHnly Bonus $400 Your registration automatically makes you eligible to win one of four $400 Cash $1oo cash prizes to be drawn after tournament play! Cash Sponsored by the Fehrman family and Mike & Keri Taborski $100 per person - 4.person scramble Includes golf, cart, lunch & hors d'oeuvres Entry deadline April 24, 2015, or the first 144 players, Individuals, pairs and teams are all welcome, Please include addresses of all golfers for our mailing list. Golfer#I: Mailing address: Golfer#2: Mailing address: Mail Checkto: Quincy RotaryClub 372MainSt, Quincy, CA 95971 Golfer#3: Mailing address: Golfer#4: Mailing address: l"-"] Y' I would like to be a tee/hole sponsor. I understand my $50 donation will help our local children who beneft from Rotary's projects and scholarships funded by this tournament, Information on tee/hole sign ........ J L _ J LL --2 -2--222 -- --------  ............... --222 and was followed by four-run blast that saw Jacob Schlueter, Stephens and Cancilla score in quick succession before a smashing homer by Blanton nearly reached the street and gave Chester the 9-6 final score. Leading the offense for Chester, Blanton led with three RBts, going two for three nd garnering a pair of runs. Baumbach had three hits and a run for the Tigers. Fielding for Chester was led, once again, by James with eight putouts, while Cancilla caught seven at first base. Lee struck out seven Tiger batters, while Lowdermilk and Leal combined for four. After the game, both Lee and Blanton shared their thoughts on the game. ..... "We started offslow, once : again, for the second game in a row, and it took us a while to get some energy into the dugout, but I am happy we did," Lee said. "We stayed in it and got it back in the fourth inning," Blanton added. "We got those home runs and kept on fighting for the lead, which we got back and stayed in it." The win extended Chester's over0jl record to 9-2, while Po6ia dropped to 2-10 on the season. 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