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r -,-_/~:;sive~ressive R~ord, Reoorter oir p aradise ell Choir Saturd ommu .ntist locatedt East 11 or m ati. -- ' oir, m~ m musicl~ ire, ext~ I IIIII I I I I I I I i I II I I Wednesday, April 11,2001 1C Pho~ ~ Saannon Morrow Positions to return a volley against Portola April 4. Quincy's tennis team River league with a 3-1 record. I I SVille Junior Ski(first for girls 11-12), and Cody Plumas Anderson, who was third for racing tradition,boys 9-10. Seven individual "O ' , ,,_ ur A Team earned 10 of awm.ds in recent the top 40 positions," com- aPiom hips. The mented race co-director :net InvitationalTamara Wilton. "In competi- 2hampionship was tion at this level, that's really Ly, April 1, at the outs_tanding,-she added. lows Ski Resort. While the team was encour- into the event, aged by their fine showing, junior racers hadthere was some disappoint- Lt past state chain- ment regarding teammate Johnsville team Kyle Hemsley iewed by some of"Kyle was the fastest skier from the flashieron the hill for the first run," i Cinderella entry. ffer n Wilton. ,Unfortunately r seemed to know ~ caught an edge on a gate |nsville is," noted during his second run and fell Elliott Smart. he didn't finish." Hemsley's have the best nrst.run time of 31.94 seconds clothes on was a full second-and-a-half added, "but each faster than anyone else on the re outperform a In'st run. the larger .Johnsville's "B" Team .qki, r mission for the eal:rOn. lied exceptionallY-w"ell': 'ear was to carryg third place in a field that tradition, of 210 skiers representing Le's "A" Team twelve teams. ! outstanding race In addition to a third place ]on that includedTeam award, several "B" divi- sion skiers repre- sion skiers earned individual 12 teams. Alicia recognition. Greg Hinds notched seventh placed second in boys aged !ndividualresults, 9-10 (ninth place overall). team. Her Perfor-(24A hth da Ward took first place the way for ant position) and Lindsay nd place in theAnderson took third place :ion. q (38th position) in girls aged team members 13-14. . . Well included: rray, who to :Also skiing well in the B :iley Marquett,, division were Cody Ward, 22nd place overall, Ryan 13th; Couy Murray (28th place overall), :h); Joe Murray Richard Wilson (30th), and Gruner (28th);Cailin Johnson-Smart (33rd). _ th); Jenna "I'm extremely proud ot lie Logan these kids," commented race Hochrien co-oirector Tamara Wilton. This is an opPortunity for the I mere- Johnsvitle Junior Ski Team to awards showcase local talent. They. includ- have represented our cumin - girls nity in a very positive way for and have put Johnsville on the ipers map once again. - Charlin Satterflnld returns a serve for the Trojans. As n freshman, Satterfield is already Quincy's top.seeded boy tennis player. I By Shannon Monow S~0~s Editor After the first week of tennis matches in the Feather River League, Portola, Chester, Quincy and Downieville all had tied records at 1-1 apiece. In the league openers March 27, Downieville squeaked by Quincy, 61-54, and Chester defeated Portola, 74-47. But two days later, Portola beat Downieville, 62-56, and Quincy won against Chester, 73-50. But the Trojans began emerging as the leaders last week with a 71-33 win over Portola April 4 and a 66-59 win over Chester April 5. "We're in the driver's seat," said Quincy coach Bob Hiss. But the Trojans still have a big match April 24 against Downieville, the one team that has defeated them, Hiss added. Quincy hosted Portola April 4 and won all but the mixed doubles matches for a 71-33 victory. The next day, Chester and Quincy played a close contest and each won five matches apiece, but the Trojans were victorious, 66-59. In girls singles, Chester's Josie Goolsby beat Quincy's Torrey Hood, 8-6, while Quincy's Shelby Rhyne and Laura Biddle defeated Chester's Sonya Broglio and Brooke Sweeney. The Volcanoes won two of the three boys singles matches when John Robinson beat Charlie Satterfield, 8-4, and Jim Kossow defeated Jessie Coy, 8-6. Quincy's Travis Phelps outplayed Chester's Luke Brownell, 8-5. Both the boys and girls dou- bles were close. Quincy won the girls match, 8-5, when Hood and Rhyne defeated Goolsby and Brog]io. Chester won the boys match, 9-8, when Robinson and Brownell barely beat Satterfield and Phelps. In mixed doubles, John Koeller and Laura Biddle earned an 8-5 victory for Quincy, defeating Korhuntak and Sweeney. Chester's Kossow and Broglio beat Nick Stentzel and Katrina O'Neill, 8-2. In Portola's March 29 win over Downieville, the Tigers took five of the 10 matches, totaling six more points than Downieville for the win. But in their April 5 rematch, Downieville took all but one of the matches and defeated Petrols, 78-37. I Twenty-four talented young skiers represented the Johnsville Junior,Ski Teem at the Buddy Worner State Ci umplomddps held at All)iN Meadowo Sunday, A4wll 1. Another strong performance by this year's team helped Its in skiing circles ISwouglmot