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Bulletin, Progressive, Record, Reporter Wednesday, May 5, 2010 5C Shannon Morrow Chester shot 242 as a Sports Editor team, with Brockway earn- ing a 43 and Harry LeSeur Despite tricky spring collectingaJ44. weather, the Chester and Portola's team score was Portola golf teams have 258 that day, as Newsted led competed in three and a half with a 36 and Miller posted matches so far, with their a46. best weather yet last Friday At Plumas Pines Thurs- at Whitehawk Ranch. day, April 22, Anjelis and The Chester Volcanoes Taylor each shot an 82 for shot 446 as a team, and Pot- Chester, and Newsted deliv- ered an 83 for Portola. tola finished at 483. Chester's Jacob Anjelis Chester's Brockway turned led with a score of 79, and in an 84, and Portola's Portola's Parker Newsted Miller finished with an85. recorded an 81. The team scores from that Natty Brockway of day were 449 for Chester Chester scored an 84, while and 492 for Portola. The Chester Volcanoes Erick Miller of Portola reg- and Portola Tigers opened istered an 85. Chester's Topher Taylor their season at Mt. Huff and Portola's Tyler Atkins Tuesday, April 13, when each finished with an 88.Chester delivered a 400 and Earlier last week, the Portola tallied a 434. teams began a round at Anjelis led the Volcanoes Graeagle Meadows, but with a 73, followed by wind gusts that topped 40Brockway with a 75, LeSeur mph and sideways rain with a 76 and Taylor with a caused the match to be 78. called after nine holes Tues- For the Tigers, Newsted hit a 79 and Miller shot an day, April 27. 83. Snowcapped ridges and dense forests provided beautiful backdrops for high school golf at Whitehawk Ranch April 30. Pictured, from left: Portola's Erick Miller, Chester's Harry LeSeur, Portola's Parker Newsted and Chester's Natty Brockway. Photo by Shannon Morrow II By Paula C. Timer tion! Special to Feather Publishing The night's events began with an introduction to the It was standing room onlysport by Christine Timer, at the southeast end of Ser- head coach and founder of pilio Hall at the Plumas-Sier- the Plumas Mudslingers. It ra County Fairgrounds Fri- has been justabout one year day, April 23, as more than since Timer hung her first 200 spectators awaited Quin- flyer in Plumas County, in cy's newest sporting event, search of interested partici- roller derby. Mudsli-gersn pants, women aged 18 and The Plumas up. held their first exhibition It didn't matter if they scrimmage, and the audience could skate; Timer would couldn't get enough. Skating teach them. It didn't matter to music blaring, announc-if they weren't familiar with ers' comments and viewers'the sport; they would learn, cheers and applause, the der- and learn they did. by girls delivered what the Fourteen skaters, along audience wanted-- and whatwith coaches, scorekeepers this crowd wanted was ac- and numerous volunteer helpers, put on a show for an unexpectedly huge crowd. Extra folding chairs finally ran out, and an overflow crowd was left to watch the bout from outside the hLlge entrance at the opposite end of the hall. "I figured we'd be doing well if 50 people showed up," scorekeeper Art Garcia said. Timer thought the number might be closer to 100. "But I am so stoked!;' she exclaimed, after hearing the ticket totals. SeventY advanced tickets were sold, plus an additional 150 at the door, since children 10 and under were free, the crowd total was pushed upwards of 250. participate in a tricycle race back? "Absolutely," said Tin- The team's bout was bro- and tug-of-war. Enthusiasmer, "but it will be in a few ken into three 20-minute seg- was high, and winners re- months after we've gotten a ments. Each segment was ceived Plumas Mudslinger T- lot more practice. Also, I've filled with PMS attitude lead- shirts, gotten many new names of ing to bumps, bruises, crash- Despite the apparent interested participants, so es and collisions. As each roughness of the derby, there that should help us get our jammer rammed her way appeared to be only one in- team up to the number of" through the other skaters, jury, sending a skater home members needed to eventual- trying to score points, the on crutches, ly be league qualified" Timer crowd roared and cheered The Mudslingers wear pro- added, "There was even an On several occasions, the tective gear to prevent major inquiry about a men's derby skaters brawled their way to injuries, but with the team." the floor, a tangle of arms, amount of pushing, shoving, At the door, one spectator legs and skates, grabbing and tripping thatcommented to her husband, Coach Timer and others occurs in a bout, it was not "Now, wasn't that better were needed at least twice to surprising to see many of the than football?" break up the scraps, and girls nursing bruises and Seems like the Plumas send the girls to their cor- sore rumps by the end of the Mudslingers will be the nets. 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