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8C Wednesday, May 7, 2014 Bulletin, Record, Progressive, Reporter BASEBALL, from page lC game at bat, going three for four and getting two runs. Keston Pilgrim tripled and Matt Beeson and Chase McDonald both doubled.. Beeson led in RBIs with two. Greenville The Indians traveled to Big Valley on May 2, and came home with two losses. Greenville lost 14-8 and 9-7 against the number-one team in Division VI. The two losses brought Greenville's league record to an even 2-2 and its overall record to 3-8. "We had some good innings, but made some key. mistakes that gave up some runs," said Greenville coach Mike Chelotti. "We bunted well, and ran some stuff well, but we gave them too many runs off errors." In the first game, Greenville got 10 hits off Big Valley. Dominic Putts went two for three with three RBIs and Logan Carmichael doubled. In the second game, Greenville was much closer to a win, but lost in the last inning. Chelotti believes the umpire made a bad call which cost the Indians the game. 'Dalton Johns got three hits , and Chelotti also praised the all-around playing of Ray Bustamonte. "We're a young team, but Quincy's Adrik Yacelga fires off the ball during Quincy's game against Chester on April 28. Photos by James Wilson we're much better than we were before," commented Chelotti on the team's improvement this season. "We're competitive with any team now." Portola . Portola's week started great with a 10-6 and 8-1 victories at Biggs on April 28. The Tigers hosted Colusa on May 2, and lost both games, though. Portola lost 7-1 and 10-0 to leave its overall record to 15-8 and its league record to 4-3. Portola got off to early leads in both games against Biggs. In game one, Clayton Sears went three for four and got three RBIs. Pitching rotated between Joey Romano, Will Marquette and Connor Kennedy, who combined struck out six batters. Against Maxwell, the Tigers couldn't seem to connect at bat. Portola got just two hits in game one, and four in game two. Maxwell compiled most of its runs within a couple innings each game. Portola's Kodi towdermilk pitches against Maxwell on May 2. Maxwell ended up winning both I games of the doubleheader. I Advertisin, g works! SONSHINE FLOWERS 212 Main St., Chester 258-4543 flowers can change and brain chemistrY and make you more positive. Sons00ine qzfowers Sonshine q00fowers 258-4543 en you need to a day. Sunshine Flowers 530-258-4543 212 Main St., Chester Extended Hours 13 & 14 Fflt)am.bPm I lmow my advertising works! Soon after my ads come out in the Chester Progressive,. my phone starts ringing and I have an increase in orders F E A T H E R, .,.R.,I. V..E R 287 Lawrence Street, Quincy, CA 283-0800 ,.,,,ttgC0RD Greenville, CA 258-3115 :,: Westwood PinePress P.O. Box 790, Westwuod, CA 258-3115 Vicki Mason, Owner 135 Main Street, Chester, CA 25.8-3115 100 Grand Ave., Susanville, CA 257-5321 000001T011 lit01111 96 E. Sierra (Hwy 70), Portola, CA 832-4646 Crowe Herbertson-Deemer takes the hurdles in stride at the University Prep meet April 30. Herbertson-Deemer took second in the 110-meter hurdles and the 300 hurdles. Photo by Ty Herbertson Quincy, Portola compete at U' Prep meet James Wilson Sports Editor As the season nears an end, the Quincy and Portola track teams traveled to University Prep on April 30 to compete in the second-to-last meet of the regular season. Quincy's varsity boys and girls teams both finished fourth, while Portola's varsity boys and girls finished seventh. "It was a hot meet," commented Quincy coach Dan Hanna. "Our mountain kids looked wilted much of the time, but I was very proud of everyone. It was a very solid performance overall." Quincy got quite a few second places, but only two first placements. One was taken by Shawn Hughes in the discuss. Hughes hurled the 1.6-kilogram discus 151 , feet, 11 inches. The other Was claimed by Jessica Melms, who finished the 3,200 meters in 12 minutes, 33.71 seconds. Hughes also took second in the shot put, and Melms took second in the 1,600 meters. Dale Morgan finished second in the 100-meter dash with a time of 11.58 seconds. Che Rubalcava-Cunan took second in the 400 meters, coming in at 53.60 seconds. Crowe Herbertson-Deemer took second in both the ll0-meter hurdles and the 300 hurdles. Herbertson was joined by Morgan, Rubalcava-Cunan and Craig Martynn to place second in the 4x400 relay and third in the 4x100. Rachel Hanna placed second in two events; the 100-meter hurdles and the triple jump, along with third in the long jump. Hanna came in with a time of 17.91 seconds in the hurdles, and jumped 29 feet, 11 inches in thetriple jump and 13-4 in the long jump. Portola didn't have any of its athletes place in the top three, but Hannah Camminitti took fourth in the high jump, reaching 4 feet even. Damian Whittemore took fifth in the triple jump, landing at 35 feet, 1 inch. Interested spectators in Plumas County will fmally be able to see both teams in action today, May 7. Quincy will host its annual meet at Feather River College's track. The meet will start at 3:30 p.m. FISHING, from page 6C have been caught. Fishing for the big Macs is a bit of a specialty. These fish like cold water and big lures. They are usually found in the deepest parts of the lake except early in the season when they can find comfortably cold water at all depths. For the latest fishing information for Bucks Lake's big Mackinaw, and a good selection of specialty lures, visit the Sportsmen's Den on Highway 70 in East Quincy. Owner Allan Bruzza has been fishing Bucks for decades and always has the most up-to-date information. Frenchman Lake Fishing at Frenchman Lake continues to be good, Chilcoot and Frenchman campgrounds are open now. Big Cove and Spring Creek will be open May 1 and Cottonwood will be opening May 22. The Lunker Point boat launch will be closed for the year, but you can still fish from shore there. Frenchman bbat launch is open and the dock is in. Topsoil & Compost .................... 12 yards, delivered* $325 Topsoil, Compost & Manure ...... 12 yards, delivered* $350 Manure Only .............................. 12 yards, delivered* $350 - Screened and Processed - SAND & GRAVEL AVAILABLE Call (530) 257-4506 *Sueanville area, call for outlying areas. Call Wiggin's Trading Post for current lake conditions and fishing updates: 993-4683. Stream fishing The stream fishing is good but it is not yet red hot. That is pretty normal for this time of year. What little snowmelt we have this year is keeping stream water on the cool side. On the brighter side, stream flows are low and clear compared to what we normally find this time of year. There are a variety of caddis and mayflies hatching and a few stoneflies. Stoneflies can run from less than an inch for some species to a full 3 inches for the big salmon fly varieties. Even if they are not hatching, stoneflies are in the rivers and this time of year they lJegin migrating toward shore, often getting caught up and tumbling along in the current. Stoneflies are a big source of protein for hungry trout and fly anglers can dredge up some big trout fishing stonefly imitations deep. "00et a Laad aj "This/" ARE OPEN MONDAY - FRIDAY 7 a,m. - 4 p.m. Saturdays by appointment WHITE CAP Ready Mix Inc. 530-832-4225 530-258-3050 Quality Controlled Concrete Concrete Pumps Available Family Owned & Operated Since 1976 Locations in Portola & Lake Almanor Serving Plumas, Lassen, & Sierra Counties