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2C Wednesday, May 5, 2010 Bulletin, Progressive, Record, Reporter I The Quincy High School baseball team posted a 5-2 victory at home against Loy- alton in a Feather River League contest last Friday, April 30. Jesse Wallace pitched five innings for the Trojans with five strikeouts, while allow- ing four hits and one earned run. John Flanigan threw two innings with one strike- out, one hit and no runs. On offense, Lane Labbe batted 3-for-3 and scored one run for Quincy, while An- drew Murphy delivered two hits and one RBI. Cal Blanton earned one hit and two runs, and Nolen Lewis hit one triple and gen- erated one RBI. Andrew Murphy connected with two hits and one RBI in Quin- cy's win over Loyalton last Friday. Photo by Shannon Morrow At American Valley Speedway last Saturday night, the modifieds slid around the turns so fast that their inside tires came off the ground. Photo by Shannon Morrow The IMCA Outlaw Modi- ond separating the first and fieds were hot on a cold night second place cars. at American Valley Speedway. The Dwarfs are extremely Spectators were dressed for competitive, making for excit- winter to support their fa- ing racing. In their "A" Main, vorites until their checkered 1.64 seconds was the differ- flag. The outlaws were main ence in the best times of thir- events at raceways through- teen cars. In the "B" Main, out the area. Thirteen cars they narrowed the difference came to get our attention May to .95 of a second. There were 1, 10 ran in the main event, numerous spins making for Travis Peterson's guns were breathtaking moments. smoking as he dueled with last The Pro Stock and Pure Mi- year's champion "Billy the ni Main events were limited to Kid" Pearson. Erica "Anne three cars. Each main was re- Oakley" Harmon turned in the duced by eliminations in the fastest lap time of 20.972 sec- heat races. onds. Erica was smoking in B.J. Pearson was sidelined second place following newest by a leaking radiator. Frankie of the outlaws but beating the Fuenes hit the wall. Craig rest of the contenders. Jay Neiman won the Pro stock Sears was looking very hot un- Main with Chris Neiman com- til he hit the wall. ing in second. Craig's fastest In the Modified main event lap time was 21.161 seconds. .023 12 seconds separated the av- Mathew Stewart fought erage lap times on the .375 mile through the La Neiman team dirt oval..13297 seconds separat- of Ashley and Brittney. Stew- ed the top seven cars. Joe Woods art's Pinto turned a 23.987 sec- at fifteen years of age came in ond lap tune. sixth. The high tech equipment The racing was exciting as is a great new addition at the some cars pass in the turns on speedway as the times keep get- the inside or outside. Others ting faster and closer, are like dra6 s ers, showing The mighty Dwarfs were their speed on thdstraights. not overshadowed by the Out- American Valley Speedway laws. Derek Rosse took first was grateful for the atten- place in both of the main dance of students from Lassen events. His lap best lap time High School and welcomes was 20.527, which beat Erica's other students to attend the time by .45 of a second, races. The next race is May 15, The cars are capable of 150 with the IMCA Modifieds, Pro mph but the best speed on the Stocks and Pure Minis. For dirt oval Saturday was 65.767 more information call 283-2175 mph. There were finishes in or log on to americanval- heat races where .02 of a sec- STOP LEG CRAMPS BEFORE THEY STOP YOU. Calcet~ is designed to help stop low calcium leg cramps. ,,lust ask your pharmacist, years experience with Social Security Dlsabllt DISABILITY If you're totally disabled and expect to be out of work 12 months or more, you may merit Social Security Disability even if you've been previously denied, Any reason may qualify: accident, FREE 1-877-832-8757 se habla espafiol / DISABILITY ASSOCIATES