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Wednesday, May 9, 2001 Iqncling an open pass, Homer Read hurls a backhand while speed, endurance, and throwing and catching skills, 1 \ i/ The Mountain Ultimate Disc logo wan designed by Homer Read, and discs with the graphic were custom-mac . Meegan Wieszorek flings a pass around UBclmiy Pearson. All the teams at the MUD Cimss were coed. t Ultimate Disc Suwdnd Jamio Yoeha. The game of ultimate requires Bulletin, Progressive, Class offered through Feather River Continued from page 1C opposing team at the comple- tion of each game, and good spirit was shared among all. "Everyone had a great time," said Dave Rowlinger, who helped direct the tourna. ment. "It was such a good atmosphere. All the teams loved being here." Players were treated to a barbecue/potluck dinner and a live band Saturday night, and a pancake breakfast Sunday morning. Bagels, fruit and Gatorade were available to players during the tourna- ment. "MUD hosted such a great tournament once again," said a team member from Sassyfrass Lollipop Experience. "We appreciate all the energy and organization that goes into putting together such a fantastic event. We can't wait to come back next year." Teams played four games on Saturday and three games on Sunday, on flve different fields at FRC. The teams Magic Bus and Donner Party each went undefeated in the tournament. Ultimate is a fast-paced and exciting game. The play is con- tinuous, and no contact is allowed. The disc is advanced by completing a pass to a team. mate, and players with the disc may not run. When a pass is not complet- ed, the defense immediately takes possession of the disc and becomes the offense. A point is scored when the offense completes a pass in the defense's end zone. What makes unique is the game. Corn encouraged, but expense of res players, the basic is a sell where players are for their own foul calls, and resolve disputes. Unlike other team sports, often on good plays riendiy out the game. TeS give a cheer for their the end of Because of this mate has become Just a game. The emphasis of the ated its own spirited individuals a passion for the FRC's Ultimate the school's most course. It is held and Thursdays fron p.m. The classes everyone in the and are for all Individual skills throwing and taught, as well as and defensive tea ! The FRC team els to several year, including Davis and Ashland. If you are ing, you can now the fall semester course at FRC. class is August 28. Wade Aragon Jayo, suts In toward W de brought to Plunme ago, and has tures local sport. Now MUO Ultimate Dlso) throughout Onllfornin, anl Clessio Isa ful tounwmen Photos c Morrow S18 9 a.m. to l