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4HD Wednesday, May 2, 2001 Butletin, Progress~e, BB IB By Mirna Delgadillo Special to Feather Publishing I Feather River League School L~==* gXmLtl PUW~f We~wood 1 1 1 1 None Loyalton 0 0 0 1 None Greenville 3 1 4 3 None Portola 0 2 0 2 None =tandl~i= I1 Feather River League School ~ gxm Herlong 0 1 0 1 Westwood 0 1 0 1 Loyalton 0 0 0 0 Greenville 2 5 2 5 I=kwoff =tandk'~is None None None None J Chester 0 0 0 0 None Portole 6 1 6 1 None I Sacramento Valley League (North) I SchOOl w~sU~Lmos~ w~ Pw.ro~=t=M~, Uve Oak 1 0 10 2 None Quincy 4 3 10 4 None Pierce 0 2 0 2 None Durham 0 1 6 4 None Chester 0 0 0 0 None, i Sacramento Valley League (North) 1 School w~=l~=~ w~s~U=llo== Durham 1 0 4 1 Quincy 4 3 4 3 Pierce 0 0 0 0 ~woM =ta.d~ None None None Uve Oak 0 0 13 2 None THIS WEEK'S GAMES Quincy at Durham (May 4) THIS WEEK'S GAMES Chester at Westwood (May 2) Portola at Hedong (May 2) Quincy at Durham (May 4) LAST WEEK'S RESULTS Greenville 11, Portola 8 Greenville 11 Westwood 1 Quinc 23, Pierce 0 Quincy 3, Rio V'sta 4 LAST WEEK'S RESULTS Greenville 12, Hedong 2 Portola 19, Greenville 0 Quincy 30, Rio Vista 2 Quincy 19, Pierce 2 BASEBALL AND SOFTBALL RANKINGS Baseball (North) Softball (North) Baseball (State) Sotball (State) ~ Small Schools Small Schools 1. Etna (10-2) 1. Winters (13-3) 1. Eureka St. Bernard1. Westlake Village Oaks 2. Modoc (11-2) 2. Orland (19-7) 2. Riverside Woodcrest 2. East Nicolaus 3, Durham (6-4-1) 3. Live Oak (13-2) 3. Reedley Immanuel 3. Temecula Linfield Unranked: I~tola and Quincy Unranked: Quincy 4. Oakland Head-Royce4. Live Oak ~ 5. Modesto Central 5. Ferndale 1. East Nicolaus (10-2) 1. East Nicolaus (17-0) 6. La Verne Lutheran 6. Templeton 2. Burney (7-1) 2, Modoc (13-1) 7. Gardena Serra 7. Petaluma St. Vincent 3. Fall River (8-3)3. Fall River (11-3) 8. East Nicolaus 8. Newman Orestimba Chemr Unranked: ~ and Porto~ 9. Templeton 9. Canoga Park Faith 1~ ~ 10. Ferndale 10. Visalia Central 1, Liberty (10-3) 1. Happy Camp (---) 11. -- 11. -- 2. Bishop Quinn (5-2) 2. Maxwell (2-0) 12. -- 12. -- 3. Happy Camp (4-0)3. -- 13. -- 13. -- Unranked: Greenville Unranked: Greenville 14. -- 1 4. -- 15. -- 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 ...... ~ Apdl 21 at~ Frank~nvitationat (shasta Col~) April 3 at Downieville (in Gra~ag~e) April 27 at Burney High School April 5 at Quincy May 4 at Westwood High School April 10 at DownievUle (in Quincy) May 10 at Feather River finals (Lessen College) April 24 vs. Portola May 18 at CIF finals (~ of s~kiyous) April 27 at Quincy May 25 at state prelims 0N~t Vaney High School) April 28 at Quincy June 1-2 at state finals (Sacramento City ~e) May 41 Feather River finals May 10-12at CIFfinals (ShastaCotege) Greenville High School No track team in 2001 Greenville High School No tennis team in 2001 Portola High School March 22 Opponent unknown Portole High School March 23 Opponent unknown March 27 at Chester Apnl 5 Opponent unknown March 29 vs. Downieville April 26 vs. Quincy High School April 3 at Quincy April 27 Opponent unknown April 5 at Downieville (in Graeagle) May 4 at Westwood High School Apdl 10 vs. Quincy May 10-11 Sac Valley finals (site to be determined) April 24 vs, Chester May 18 at CIF finals (Site to be determined) April 27 at Quincy May 25 at state prelims (West VaJley High School) April 28 at Quincy June 1-2 at state finals (Sacramento City co~eoge) May 41 Feather River finals May 10-12at CIF finals (Shasta Co4~) 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 Apdl 7 at Enterprise High School April 3 vs. Portola April 26 at Portola High School April 5 vs. Chester A.pril 27 at West Valley High School April 10 at Portola May 4 at Westwood High School April 24 at Downieville On Graeag~) May 5 at Coming High School April 27 Quincy Invitational May 10-11 SacValley finals (Stletobedetorm*r.bd) April 28 Quincy Invitational May 18 at CIF finals (site to be determined) May 41 Feather River finals May25 at state prelims 0Nut VaJley High School) May 10-12at CIF finals (Sha=a CoUege) June 1-2 at state finals (Sacramento C~f Conege) 4, $kCkyious 3 The Eagles played two make up games against College of the Siskyious Tuesday, April 24. In the first game, the Eagles won 4-3. Pitcher Tony Biale went seven innings with one earned run, two walks, and six strikeouts. Nate Landa got the save pitching two innings with two hits and a strikeout. Leading hitters in the game were Bruce Jacobsen, Josh Green, Robert Stahlke, and Chris Genung. Jacobsen went 3-,1 with one RBI and two dou- bles. Green went 2-4 with three RBIs. Stahlke and Genung both went 1-4 with one run apiece. O, St W kms 1 In the second game, the final score was 9-1. Jonathan Troop (6-3) pitched seven innings with one earned run, nine hits and three strikeouts. Tony Faulkner came in to close the game, allowing no runs on three hits. Leading hitters in the game were Dustin Garcia, Robert Stahlke, Bruce Jacobsen, Mark Listenberger, and Travis Backlund. Garcia went 4-5 with three stolen bases. Stahlke went 4-6 with two runs, one RBI, and a triple. Jacobsen went 2-5, hitting a home run. Listenberger went 1-2 with an RBI and Backlund went 2-5 with three RBIs. On Saturday, April 28, the Eagles captured two crucial victories against Shasta College. Iq~ 7, Shasta 0 A strong pitching perfor- mance by Tony Biale helped the Eagles cruise through game one against the Shasta Knights. Biale went eight innings not allowing a single run and striking out seven bat- ters. The win improves Biale's record to 7-2. Offensively, the Eagles' first score came in the fifth inning. Chris Roberson reached base on an error and later advanced to second on a sacrifice bunt by Mark Listenberger. Roberson would later score on a throwing error by the Knights' right fielder. In the sixth inning, the Eagles would score three more runs on four hits, including a solo home run by first base- man Chris Genung. In the eighth inning, the Eagles Bright sun and warm tem- peratures greeted members of Graeagle Meadows Women's Golf Club, assembled for their season opener on Thursday, April 26. The format for the day was "Ace of Aces." Played the last Thursday of each month, April through September, Ace of Aces is a medal play and win- ners are the low gross and low net scorers overall. Monthly winners then play off in / J After advancing to first base, Travis tion to his assistant coach, Stove Roberts. place in the Golden Volley Conference. would score two more runs on the game on an RBI double by Genung and catcher Travis an RBI single by Roberson. an RBI double The Eagles would score one Garcia. more run in the ninth when The game Robert Stahlke hit an RBI dou- until the seventh ble to right, bringing the f'mal the Eagles toot score to 7-0. good. FRC four hits, incl{ 8, Slh da 4 inside-the-park In the second game, strong Robert Stahlke pitching dominated the score to 8-3. The Knights. Pitcher Nate Landa later wrap up Se (4-4) threw seven-and-one-third 8-4 victory. innings, allowing only one run The Eagles and giving up only five hits in place in the relief of starting pitcher Conference Jonathan Troop. record of 21.11 Offensively, the Eagles came record of 15-6. back from a 3-0 Shasta lead. their last home With two outs in the third in Quincy inning, shortstop Julian There will be a Russell hit a double to right, oring all scoring Chris Roberson and mores beginning Jordan Twohig. In the fifth Thein'st inning, the Eagles would tie 12 p.m. October to determine the win- 75 was nets for the year. was The following are the overall Hight 2, low winners and their scores: low Diane gross winners tied at 93 were ond was Gayle ; Becky Pearson and Debbie 111; low net Peterson. Low net winner with Schroeder a 68 was Judy Meagher. Connie The remainder of the field Flight 3, low was flighted and the winners Hank Echols are: Flight 1, low gross first was with 97 was Carol Miller, sec- low net first ond with 104 was Lucille Smith with 74, Buchholtz; low net first with Betty Siler 22nd Anniversary Chester High School Portole High school March 27 at I.as.sen High School March 26 at Rocklin High School March 28 at Greenville High school March 28 at Greenville High School Apnl 2 at Durham High School May 4 at Downieville April 4 at Downieville High School April 11 vs. Chester High M c .s) Apdl 11 at Portola High School Apnl 23 at Loyalton High School Apdl 23 at Loyalton High School April 25 at Westwood High School Apdl 25 at Westwood High School April 28 Cal Invitational (Ptuma= Pines) May 2 vs. Greenville High School (Bailey May 1 vs. Modoc May 2 at Chester Greenville High school March 28 vs. Chester (m. 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