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Bu ~et n, Pro~ 41~ Wednesday, April 25, 2001 BASEBALL SOFTBALL I Feather River League J Feather River League School ~ g~adJ et=~o~ =~Mir~= School ~ ~ ~,t,~h~, Westwood 1 0 1 0 None Hedong 0 0 0 0 None Loyalton 0 0 0 1 None Westwood 0 0 0 0 Nora Greenville 0 0 1 1 ~ Loyalton 0 0 0 0 None Portola 0 1 0 1 None Greenville 0 0 0 0 No,e Chester 0 0 0 0 None Portoie 4 1 4 1 None Sacramento Valley Lea_ _U_ (Nrth)] Chester 0 0 0 0 Nora f Sacramento Valley League (North) ...... W~S--~ Wk~s Losses "O,~h~l LIMKI~ ~ -- ~ Idlmd~ Live Oak 1 0 10 2 Nora ~"'~" w~--'-L--o=~ w~, t,o=~ Quincy 3 2 9 3 None Durham 1 0 4 1 None Pierce 0 1 0 1 None Quincy 0 0 0 1 None Durham 0 1 6 4 None Pierce 0 0 0 0 N0m Uve Oak 0 0 13 2 None THIS WEEK'S GAMES Spring break ]'J'llS WEEK'S GAMES Spring break LAST WEEK'S RESULTS Spring break LAST WEEK'S RESULTS Spring break BASEBALL AND SOFTBALL RANKINGS Baseball (North) Softball (North) BaseballSmall Schools (State) 1. Etna (10-2) 1. Winters (13-3) 1 .Eureka St. Bernard 2. Modoc (11-2) 2. Ortand (19-7) 2. Riverside Woodcrest 3. Durham (6-4-1) 3. Live Oak (13-2) 3. Reedley Immanuel Unranked: Portola and Quincy Unranked: QuinCy 4, La Verne Lutheran ~ 5, Oakland Head-Royce 1. East Nicolaus (10-2) 1. East Nicolaus (17-0) 6. Modesto Central 2. Burney (7-1) 2. Modoc (13-1) 7. East Nicolaus 3. Fall River (@-3) 3. Fall River (11-3) 8. Templeton 9. Etna Ur~ate ~ Urcar~d: Ch~tw and Poo~ 10. Ferndale 11- 1. Libert~ (10.3) 1. Happy Camp (--) " 2. Bishop Quinn (5-2) 2. Maxwell (2-0) 12. -- 3. Happy Camp (4-0) 3. -- 13. -- Unranked: Oreenvi||e Unranked: Greenville 14. -- 15.-- Sotball (State) Small Schools 1. Westiake Vi|lage Oaks 2. East Nicolaus 3. Temecuta Linfield 4, Live Oak 5. Femdale 6. Templeton 7. Petaluma St. Vincent 8. Newman Orestimba 9. Canoga Park Faith 10, Vis~dia Central 11,--- 12.-- 13,-- 14.~ 15,-- The Department of Fish and Game said today it has tenta- tive plans to release an esti- mated 103,720 sport-sized trout in 56 northern waters in time for the April 28 opening day for stream trout fishing. Many of the same locations plus an additional 29 waters will receive trout plants as summer and early fall months unfold, according to the DFG. By season's end, abo t 732,300' fish will have been planted in the 85 scheduled waters. If road, weather and water conditions permit, Fish and Game said, the following waters, listed by county, will be stocked with trout before the April 28 opener. Lassen County-Ash Creek, Goodrich Creek, Lower Susan River. Modoc County-Pine Creek Reservoir, South Fork Pit River. Shasta County-Baum Lake, Brandy Creek, Lower Burney Creek, Middle Burney Creek, Upper Burney Creek, Lower Clark Creek, Clear Creek above Whiskeytown Lake, Clover Creek, North Cow Creek, South Cow Creek, Darrah Creek Pond, Grace Lake, Keswick Canal, Kilarc Reservoir, Hatchet Creek, Middle Hat Creek, Upper Hat Creek, McCloud Reservoir, Nora Lake, Old Crow Creek at the powerhouse, Sacramento River, Whiskeytown Lake. Siskiyou County-Antelope Creek, Bass Lake, Bear Creek, Boles Creek, Butte Creek, Cold Creek, Greenhorn Reservoir, Indian Tom Lake, Juanita Lake, Lake Shastina, Little Shasta River, McCloud River, Orr Lake, Sacramento River, Siskiyou Lake, South Fork Sacramento River, Wagon Creek. Ten-year-old Jim Ross caught this 204nch, rainbow at Lake Almanor. It was his first Tehama County-North Fork Eagle Lake, Battle Creek, South Fork Silver Lake, Battle Creek, Deer Creek, River, Digger Creek, Gurnsey Creek. Modoc-Lily Trinity County-Carville Shasta-Upper Pond, Coffee Creek, Ewing Buckhorn Lake, Gulch Reservoir, Lewiston Reservoir, Lake, Stuart Fork Trinity Reservoir, North 1~ River, Trinity Lake, Trinity Reservoir, Rock Cx River. Lake Britton, ShaS~ As the trout season progress- Siskiyou-Upper $ e~, the DFG, said, additional Bullseye Lake, C$ trout will be planted tn many Eden Ponds, of the same waters stocked for Kangaroo Lake, the opener and in the following Kidder Creek, additional waters: Little Lassen County-Blue Lake, Medicine Lake, Caribou Lake, Crater Lake, Trinity-MumbOt-"~ TRACK TENNIS Chester High School Chester High School M~ch ;~7 at Portola High School March 24 at West Valley High School ' M'atch 29 vs. Quincy April 7 at Enterprise High School April 21 at John Frank Invitational (Shasta College} April 3 at Downieville (in Graea~) April 27 at Burney High School April 5 at Quincy April 10 at Downieville 0n O~rcy) May 4 at Westwood High School Apnl 24 vs. Portola May 10 at Feather River finals (La.~s~ C~mge) April 27 at Quincy May 18 at CIF finals (college ot Sisk~ous) May 25 at state prelims (West Valley High School) April 28 at Quincy June 1-2 at state finals (Sacmmerao C~ Co~kJ9e) May 41 Feather River finals May 10-12at CIF finals (S~,~a co~je) Greenville High School Greenville High School No track team in 2001 No tennis team in 2001 Portole High School Portola High School ~arch 22 Opponent unknown March 27 at Chester March 23 Opponent unknown March 29 vs, Downievitle April 5 Opponent unknown April 26 vs. Quincy High SchOol April 3 at Quincy April 5 at Downieville (in GraeagkJ} April 27 Opponent unknown April 10 vs. Quincy May 4 at Westwood High School May 10-11 Sac Valley finals (site to be determined) April 24 vs, Chester May 18 at CIF finals (s~ to be determitted} April27 at Quincy May 25 at state prelims (west vaney High School) April28 at Quincy June 1-2 at state finals (Sacramento c~' Co4~) May 41 Feather River finals May 10-12at CIF finals (ShaaaCoaege) Quincy High SchoOl March 22 at 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 Apnl 3 vs. Portola April 26 at Portola High School April 5 vs. Chester April 27 at West Valley High School Apd110 at Portola Ma'J 4 at Westwood High School April 24 at Downleville (in Grange) May 5 at Coming High School April 27 Quincy Invitational May 10-11 Sac Valley finals (~Qtot~t~rrr~r~} April 28 Quincy Invitational May 18 at CIF finals (site to be deterrr,ned) May 41 Feather River finals May 25 at state prelims (westVal~y H~ Sc~o~ May 10-12at CIF finals (saasta~) June 1-2 at state finals (saqamento cw C,~ge) Chester High School Petiole High School March 27 at Lassen High School March 26 at Rocklin High School March 28 at Greenville High School March 28 at Greenville High School April 2 at Durham High School May 4 at Downieville April 4 at Downieville High School April 11 vs. High School April 1 tat 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 (p n B May 2 vs. Greenville High School (Sa y Creek) May I vs. Modoc (Gra May 2 at Chester Greenville High School March 28 vs. Chester (Mr ~uff) Quincy High School April 4 at DownieviUe March 22 at East Nicoieus April 11 at Petiole 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) (p~m~ P~) May 2 at Chester High School II Contact our circulation Department Monday through Friday 8am-5pm. m SNow Alpine Meadow= New snow: 0" Total runs: 100+ Size: 2000 acres Boreal - Cloud New snow: 0" Total runs: 41 Size: 380 acres mam n P ak- New snow: X" Total runs: 30 Size: 755 acres mmmw SId Ram New snow: 0" Total runs: 45 Size: 400 acres condmo-s as of Apd 23 Base depth: 66"- 125" Base elevation: 7,00ff Lift hours: 9:00am - 4:00pro Base depth: 72"- 96" Base elevation: 6,700' Lift hours: 9:00am - 9:00pro Base depth: 0" - 0" Base elevation: 6,000' Lift hours: 9:00am - 4:00pro Lifts oj Verticle Phone: 1-Suu' vertiq"JI Phone: Lifts oJ Verticle Phone" 77 " Base depth: Co5" - 65" Base elevation: 7,031' Lift hours: 9:00am. 4:00pro Phone: mmv ly New snow: 0" Total runs: NIA (wide open) Size: 4,800 acres New snow: X" Total runs: 57 Size: 1,260 acres Base depth: 22". 50" Base elevation: 6,540' Lift hours: 9:00am. 9:00pro Base depth: 27". 62" Base elevation: 6,230' Lift hours: 9:00am. 4:00pro Lifts ope .: Verticle f Phone: 7qY Lifts oP Verticle fe Phone: New snow: 0" Tota runs: 68 size: 2,000 acres New snow: 0" Total runs: 43 size: 800 acres Nertlm m at New snow: 0" Total runs: 66 Size: 2,420 acres Sle.a at Tahoe - Clo=' New snow: 0" Total runs: 46 Size: 2,000 acres Base depth: 72" - 10 " Base elevation: 7,800' Lift hours: 9:00am. 4:00pro Base depth: 20-. 50" Base elevation: 8,260' Lift hours: 9:00am :4:00pro Talme- Oe= l B.~se depth: 36" - 66" Base elevation: 6,330' Lift hours: 8:30am. 4:00pro S la -Ck d New snow: if' Total runs: 16 Size: 200 acres Base depth: 54" - 108" Base elevation: 6,640' Lift hours: 9:00am. 4:00pr Base depth: 72". 96" urs: 9:0oam.4:3Opm Sqmw WiI New snow: 0" Base depth: 28". 86" Total runs: NIA (Mostly bowls) Base elevation: 6,200' Size: 8,300 acres Lift hours: 9. 0am. 9:00p,n New snow: 0" Total runs: 79 Size: 1,500 acres New snow: X" Total runs: 14 Size: 120 acres Base depth: 60". 84" Base elevation: 6,883' Lift hours: 9:00am. 4:00pro Base depth: 0". 0" Base elevatio~ 6,7,50' Lift hours: 9:00am. 4:00pro. 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