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4C Wednesday, April 28,2010 Bulletin, Progressive, Record, Reporter HIGH SCHOOL BASEBALL HIGH SCHOOL SOFTBALL Chester 133 Cster : ::: 1:8 at Maxwell ** W 7-3 at Virginia City W 10-3 at Biggs ** L 4-6 at Virginia City W 20-5 Weed ** W 15-1 at Mercy W 23-1 at Virginia City W 9-3 at Willows ** L 0-10 at Virginia City W 9-4 at Hamilton ** L 0-8 at Mercy W 10-8 Colusa ** L 1-13 Quincy * W 11-6 at Hamilton * L 3-13 at&apos;Portola * L 6-7 at Maxwell ** W 9-5 Maxwell ** L 1-5 at Maxwell ** L 2-13 Colusa ** W 7-3 Champion * " W 11.-3 Williams ** W 14-1 Williams W 10-4 Liberty Christian W 17-4 Liberty Christian W 19-3 at Greenville * W 27-1 at Greenville * W 25-4 at Herlong W 18-1 Portola L 5-6 Westwood W 10-0 at Loyalton * Report score at Loyalton * W 5-3 at Big Valley * 4/28 4p at Big.Valley * 4/28 4p Greenville 4/29 4p Greenville 4/29 4p Hedong 511 lp Heflong 5/1 lp Virginia City 513 lp Virginia City 5/3 lp Virginia City 513 3p Virginia City 5/3 3p ,Green@le:; : 0,5 Chester * L 4-25 at Loyalton * L 0-10 Loyalton * Report score at Faith Christian L 0-17 at Portola * L 0-15 Chester * L 1-27 at Portola * L 1-22 Loyalton * Report score at Big Valley * L 1-11 at Portola * L 0-20 at Big Valley * L 0-10 at Big Valley L 1-11 at Quincy.* 4127 4p at Big Valley L 0-4 at Chester * 4/29 4p at Chester * 4/29 4p Portola ;,::;: :4,8 Champion Christian 5/6 lp Portola-" ;11-7 at East Nicolaus L 2-6 at Non Varsity Team ** W 8-6 at Smith Valley ** W 6-0 at Incline ** L 4-5 at Whittell ** L 0-16 at North Tahoe W 17-1 at Orland ** L 5-6 at Williams ** W 16-1 at Los Molinos** W 12-9 Chester * W 7-6 Incline W 18-14 at Middletown ** L 4-7 at Quincy ** W 4-3 at Willows ** L 5-14 at Winters ** L 2-5 Non-varsity W 8-6 Greenville" W 20-0 at Quincy * W 7-5 at Fall River 4/26 4p Loyalton * 4/27 4p at Big Valley * 4/30 4p at Truckee 5/3 4p North Tahoe 5/5 4p at Hayfork ** L 1-4 Central Valley ** L 0-12 Smith Valley ** W 5-1 Whittell ** L 6-8 Caflin ** L 0-11 Non-varsity * L 1-9 at East Nicolaus L 1-9 at North Valleys L 5-15 Greenville W 15-0 Greenville * W 22-1 at Chester W 6-5 at Quincy * L 2-17 Quincy 4/26 4p Loyalton * 4/27 4p at Big Valley * 4/30 4p Hug 5/7 4p Quincy 10-3 W 7-1 W 6-3 W 4-3 L 2-9 L 1-9 W8-1 L 3-4 W5-2 LOS Molinos ** Trinity ** Central Valley ** Etna ** Truckee Westwood at East Nicolaus Big Valley * Quincy 612 -at:Loyalton: < " at U Prep ** ....... W7-O :.:at Big Valley *::- ' at Weed ** L 9-10 at Fall River at Maxwell ** L 2-11 at Fall River at Lassen L 1-10 Portola * at Silver Stage L 1-4 Greenville * at Silver Stage W 15-3 Loyalton * at Chester * L 6-,11 at Truckee Big Valley * W 22-9 at Truckee Winters ** L 5-15 at Westwood Portola ** L 3-4 Middletown ** L 3-4 Willows L 5-15 at Loyalton * L 0-6 Lassen L 3-15 at Big Valley * W 15-3 Portola * L 5-7 Silver Stage W 12-0 Silver Stage W 14-13 Loyalton * 4130 4p at Westwood 5/11 4p W 25-3 W 8-5 W7-4 W 11-4 W 17-2 4/27 4p 4/30 4p 514 4p 5110 4p 5111 4p * Conference Game ** Tournament Game *** Playoff Game F=Forfeit Coaches: Send updates or corrections to call 283-0800. DeMartile %7-- - , . .... Automotive Evans DeMartile Tim DeMartile 200 E. Main St., Quincy CA 95971 283-2211 Awesome Pizzas, Pasta, Fresh Salad, Soup, Hot, Cold or Toasted Sandwickes, Desserts 490 W. Main Street, Quincy (530) 283-4545 A weekly reference to the scores and schedules around PlumBs County. BASEBALL SOFTBALL at Taft W 4-3 at West Valley W 14-0 at Taft W 11-9 at Mission W 11-0 at Cabrillo W 5-4 at Siskiyous L 1-3 at Cosumnes L 18-11 at Monterey Peninsula W 5-3 atAmerican River L 8-2 at Gavilan W 10-2 at Sierra L 3-2 at Santa Rosa L 3-5 at Yuba W 3-2 at Mendocino W 18-6 at Yuba W 7-6 at American River W 5-0 at Yuba W 6-2 at American River W 9-t atSiskiyous W6-2 at Merced W 10-1 at Siskiyous W 15-2 at Merced W 8-0 at Lassen W 16-2 at Contra Costa W 4-0 at Lassen W 12-2 at SJ Delta L 1-2 Lassen W 17-3 Lassen * W 14-0 Butte W 9-5 Lassen * W 8-0 at Butte L 10-7 at San Mateo L 1-9 at Butte W 11-1 at Diablo Valley W 6-2 Shasta W 11-0 at Gavilan W 4-1 Shasta W 11-3 at Solano L 0-4 Shasta W 11-1 Redwoods * W 5-0 at Modesto W 9-4 Redwoods * L 1-8 at Diablo W 8-3 Shasta * W 9-4 Redwoods W 13-3 Shasta * W 5-1 Redwoods W 16-0 at Siskiyous * W 3-2 Siskiyous W 14-0 at Siskiyous * L 5-11 Siskiyous W 12-2 Butte * L 7-12 Siskiyous W 27-2 Butte * L 7-11 Redwoods W 15-4 at Butte * W 6-4 at Lassen W 19-0 at Butte * W 5-3 Lassen W 14-3 at Redwoods * W 6-2 at Redwoods W 16-2 at Redwoods * W 7-1 at Redwoods W 20-1 at Shasta * W 9-1 at Butte W 22-14 at Shasta * W 10-5 Butte W 15-2 at Lassen" W 10-0 at Shasta 4/29 12p at Lassen" W 11-3 at Shasta 4/29 2p Siskiyous L 5-15 Siskiyous W 7-2 .> 11 All Fresh Ingredients Used in our Sauces and Pizza BI e Homemade Sauces for Wings Fresh Salad Bar Beer and Wine Oven-toas]ed Sandwiches Coming Soon "Wall of Flame" Insanity Hot Wings Eating Contest We Deliver 530-283-2320 open 7 days a week I lam - lOpm 60 E. Main Street in the Plumas Pines Shopping Center ::;:,:.: :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: ::.:::-:;::;::::: - :: :::::::.. ::::::, ... t! Woodstoves "  .. Kerosene Stoves Propane Stoves Z  Hearth Accessories Manx Spas Garden Dcor Chimney Supplies Spa Chemicals Barbecues ...: .... -*" Don and DeeDee Driscoll 2019 East Main Street (530) 283-2929 Quincy, CA 95971 CA Lic. No. 73?776 SUSANVILLE FORD'S QUINCY AUTO CENTER Ph. (530)283-5680 Fax: (530) 283-5693 D 388 Crescent Street Quincy, CA 95971 ,L -===,= evergreen r/r[//i HOMETOWN Plan,. Gatorade Sl OFF 12 PIV20 oz bottles must present coupon w/porchase Highway 89, Greenville 284-7313 Natural strength Pro bdybuilder and power lifter Brad Loomis of Portola comppted at the all natural power lifting championships in Sacramento April 17, where he won his category in the open class by squatting 375 pounds, benching 300 pounds and dead lifting 425 pounds, for a total of 1,100 pounds. Photo submitted 00ntelope gets fee Starti[ g May 1, a new $7 fee buildings, litter pickup, and will be :harged to launch a dock management, it is neces- boat fro n the Lost Cove Boat sary for the boat launch area Launch at Antelope Lake on to be self-supporting. the Plurr as National Forest. The boat launch fee will en- An an nual pass will also be sure that these popular facili- availab! I for $35 for the sea- ties remain open and are son, an will be good from maintained at a high stan- April 1 lrough Sept. 30. Be- dard. tween Oct. 1 and March 30, No fees will be charged at there Will be no charge to use the lesser-developed picnic the boat launching facility, area or fishing access sites Lost Cpve Boat Launch will around the lake. The opera- be operated and maintained tion and maintenance of these by a new concessionaire, Roy- sites will continue to be aco al Elk Park Management. Op- complished by the Forest Ser- erating under a permit with vice. A self-service fee station the Forest Service, the conces- at Lost Cove Boat Launch will sionaire is responsible for all be available. fees associated with the oper- Royal Elk Park Manage- ation and maintenance of the ment is meeting recreation area as well as pro- the growing needs of the pub- riding staff, which includes lic. Future plans may include the campground hosts and upgrading the courtesy dock area manager, and offering a boat rental pro- In the past, overnight camp- gram for canoes, paddle boats, ing fees from the Antelope and row boats. The goal is to Lake Recreation Area camp- provide visitors with a quali- grounds have subsidized the ty recreation experience. operation and maintenance of For questions about the the boat ramps. However, due new boat launch fee or recre- to increased costs of main- ation area, contact Lisa Jo raining these facilities, such Sedlacek, acting assistant re- as garbage collection, fuel source officer on the Mt. costs and the salaries of hosts Hough Ranger District, 283- to clean and maintain toilet 0555. FISHING REPORT Frenchman Lake Fishing has been excellent again thi past week. Lisa Lara of Truckee caught her limit at Frenchman's using flashers and nightcrawlers. Lisa Majesta of Loyalton caught her limit at the boat landing using nightcrawlers. Judy Huff again caught her limit at Lunker's, also using nightcrawlers. Frenchman's campgrounds will be open soon, although the boat ramps are not in the water yet, The roads are get- ting better around the lake, but you still need to be care- ful. Call ahead for updates 993- 4683. Report courtesy of Wiggin's Trading Post; 993-4683 Lake Almanor For bank fishing, the best bet is Hamilton Branch using white crappie jigs or mini gitzits: For some good-sized fish, try some salmon roe. For the jetties in Prattville, use SWl0 Kastmaster or nightcrawlers with Power- Bait. For trout by the dam use a Rapala. Keith Kistle caught a whopper ll.13-pounder at the Branch. For boat fishing, trollers are taking fish with trolling flies, gold/flourscent red Ra- palas and needlfish down five to 10 feet in early morning. Some reports of good-sized browns and rainbows, 2 - 5 pounds on the West Shore, Big Springs area, Rec #1 and #2. Use red/gold or fire tiger speedy shiners. The salmon are showing around Big Springs; use white jigs. The small mouth are starting to show up again in the shallows using gitzits and ripbaits. The lake level is looking good. Report courtesy of The Sports Nut; 258-3327 Lake Davis As of April 20, in the after- noon, things are beginning to happen in regards to ice out, conditions and fishing. Open water is on the in- crease and ice is on the de- cline, even though the lake re- mares 85 percent ice covered; however, there was a 20-foot ribbon of open water from east shore to west shore just north of the dam. When that happens the ice could be gone soon. Vehicle access is better, and with com-- mort sense and a 4x4-drive one could drive out to Mallard Point. The best fishing has been enjoyed by fly fishermen; however, that has been spotty. Better one day than the next. If a person used an indicator and had one nymph to fish it should be a red wire copper john. If that person was to cast and strip, the one fly to use would be a cinnamon J. Fair Wiggly tail. Bait fisher- men should use PowerBait. I saw one bait fisherman at Mallard who had two fish. Recent catches: April 20, Rob Adams caught and released 20 fish while fly fishing. Robs friend, Victor Herrick from El Centro, caught and released eight fish while fly fishing. April 19, Mike Trukki caught and released I2 fish while fly fishing. Pal Klindby also caught and released nine fish while fly fishing that day. Report courtesy of Dollard's Sierra Market; 832-5251