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8C Wednesday, May 19, 2010 Bulletin, Progressive, Record, Reporter HIGH SCHOOL BASEBALL HIGH SCHOOL SOFTBALL A weekly reference to the scores and schedules around Plumas County. at Maxwell ** W 7-3 at Biggs ** " L 4-6 Weed ** W 15-1 at Virginia City W 9-3 at Virginia City W 9-4 at Mercy W 10-8 Quincy * W 11-6 at Portola * L 6-7 Maxwell ** L 1-5 Colusa ** W 7-3 Williams ** W 14-1 Liberty Christian W 17-4 at Greenville * W 27-1 at Herlong W 18-1 Westwood W 10-0 at Loyalton * W 5-3 Greenville W 14-0 Big Valley W 9-0 Big Valley W 12-2 Maxwell L 0-7 Quincy W 7-6 Portola L 2-11 at Loyalton L 2-3 at Loyalton * L 0-10 at Faith Christian L 0-17 Chester * L 1-27 Loyalton * L 0-21 at Portota * L 0-21 at Portola L 0-20 at Big Valley L 1-11 at Big Valley L 0-4 at Chester * L 0-14 at American Christian W 8-7 at American Christian W 2-1 Champion Christian W 7-3 Champion Christian W 17-7 Quincy L 3-12 Quincy L 1-18 at East Nicolaus L 2-6 at Non Varsity Team ** W 8-6 at Smith Valley **W 6-0 at Incline ** L 4-5 at Whittell ** L 0-16 at North Tahoe W 17-1 at Odand ** L 5-6 at Williams ** W 16-1 at Los Molinos** W 12-9 Chester * W 7-6 Incline W 18-14 at Middletown ** L 4-7 at Quincy ** W 4-3 at Willows ** L 5-14 at Winters ** L 2-5 NoD-varsity W 8-6 Greenville * W 20-0 Greenville W 20-0 at Quincy * W 7-5 Loyalton * W 8-2 at Big Valley * W 11-0 at Big Valley W 11-0 at Truckee L 4-13 Quincy W 4-2 North Tahoe W 12-2 at Loyalton W 8-0 at Chester W 11-2 Quincy 9-14 at U Prep ** W 7-0 at Weed ** L 9-10 at Maxwell ** L 2-11 at Lassen L 1-10 at Silver Stage L 1-4 at Silver Stage W 15-3 at Chester * L 6-11 Big Valley * W 22-9 Winters ** L 5-15 Portola ** L 3-4 Middletown ** L 3-4 Willows L 5-15 at Loyalton * L 0-6 Lassen L 3-15 at Big Valley * W 15-3 Portola * L 5-7 Silver Stage W 12-0 Silver Stage W 14-13 Loyalton * W 5-2 at Portola L 2-4 at Chester L 6-7 at Greenville W 12-3 at Greenville W 18-1 at Virginia City W 10-3 at Virginia City W 20-5 at Mercy W 23-1 at Willows ** L 0-10 at Hamilton ** L 0-8 Colusa ** L 1-13 at Hamilton * L 3-13 at Maxwell ** W 9-5 at Maxwell ** L 2-13 Champion * W 11-3 Williams W 10-4 Liberty Chdstian W 19-3 at Greenville * W 25-4 Portola L 5-6 Westwood W 7-6 at Loyalton * W 28-0 Greenville W 24-4 Herlong W 21-2 Quincy L 4-5 at Portola W 2-0 at Quincy W 5-0 at Big Valley W 4-2 at Big Valley L 2-5 Loyalton W 1-0 F Maxwell L 4-6 0-6 Chester * L 4-25 Loyalton * Report score, at Portola * L 0-15 at Portola * L 1-22 at Big Valley * L 1-11 at Big Valley * L 0-10 at Chester * L 4-24 at Hayfork ** L 1-4 Central Valley ** L 0-12 Smith Valley ** W 5-1 Whittell ** L 6-8 Carlin ** L 0-11 Non-varsity * L 1-9 at East Nicolaus L 1-9 at North Valley L 5-15 Greenville W 15-0 Greenville * W 22-1 at Chester W 6-5 at Quincy * L 2-17 Quincy L 1-7 Big Valley W 2-1 Big Valley W 3-2 Chester L 0-2 at Loyalton W 11-2 at Loyalton W 13-2 Hug W 11-4 Los Molinos ** W 7-1 Trinity ** W 6-3 Central Valley ** W 4-3 Etna ** L 2-9 Truckee L 1-9 Westwood W 8-1 at East Nicolaus L 3-4 Big Valley * W 5-2 at Loyalton * W 25-3 at Big Valley * W 8-5 at Fall River W 7-4 at Fall River W 11-4 Portola * W 17-2 at Portota W 7-1 Loyalton W 16-0 at Chester W 5-4 at Truckee W 8-4 Chester L 0-5 at Greenville W 11-3 at Greenville W 11-1 * Conference Game ** Tournament Game *** Playoff Game F=Forfeit at Taft W 4-3 at West Valley W 14-0 at Taft W 11-9at Mission W 11-0 at Cabrillo W 5-4 at Siskiyous L 1-3 at Cosumnes L 18-11 at Monterey Peninsula W 5-3 at American RiverL 8-2 at Gavilan W 10-2 at Sierra L 3-2 at Santa Rosa L 3-5 at Yuba W 3-2 at Mendocino W 18-6 at Yuba W 7-6 at American River W 5-0 at Yuba W 6-2 at American River W 9-1 at Siskiyous W 6-2 at Merced W 10-1 at Siskiyous W 15-2at Merced W 8-0 at Lassen W 16-2at Contra Costa W 4-0 at Lassen W 12-2at SJ Delta L 1-2 Lassen W 17-3Lassen * W 14-0 Butte W 9-5 Lassen * W 8-0 at Butte L 10-7at San Mateo L 1-9 at Butte W 11-1at Diablo Valley W 6-2 Shasta W 11-0at Gavilan W 4-1 Shasta W 11-3at Solano L 0-4 Shasta W 11-1Redwoods * W 5-0 at Modesto W 9-4 Redwoods * L 1-8 at Oiablo W 8-3 Shasta* W 9-4 Redwoods W 13-3Shasta * W 5-1 Redwoods W 16-0at Siskiyous * W 3-2 Siskiyous W 14-0at Siskiyous * L 5-11 Siskiyous W 12-2Butte * L 7-12 Siskiyous W 27-2Butte * L 7-11 Redwoods W 15-4at Butte * W 6-4 at Lassen W 19-0at Butte * W 5-3 Lassen W 14-3at Redwoods * W 6-2 at Redwoods W 16-2at Redwoods * W 7-1 at Redwoods W 20-1at Shasta* W 9-1 at Butte W 22-14 at Shasta * W 10-5 Butte W 15-2at Lassen * W 10-0 at Shasta L 6-5 at Lassen * W 11-3 at Shasta W 8-4 Siskiyous L 5-15 Siskiyous W 7-2 Coaches: Send updates or corrections to sports@plumasnews,com or call 283-0800, c H r~v !S L,,~ r~ SUSANVILLE FORD'S ......... °-' ........ 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Main Street in the Plumas Pines Shopping Center II II II II II III II mm III ~ II II ~ Im II Ill IIl ~ II II I I II I . • I Gatorade '1 OFF • 12 Pk/20 oz bottles I a • must present coupon w/purchase • ~'~ O/jj~/~ i~t6 • Highway 89, Greenville 284-7313 ' ~ I I I I I i I i I I I i I I I I I J I The spring snowmelt has involuntary inhalation of air prompted a warning from Pa- or water. It can even trigger cific Gas and Electric Compa- cardiac arrest, temporary ny and the California Depart- paralysis, hypothermia and ment of Boating and Water- drowning. When combined ways urging outdoor recre- with swift water, even the ationists to take precautions strongest swimmers may be against cold and swift cur- easily overwhelmed. rents before entering the wa- Cold water entering the ear ter. canal can cause vertigo and dis- The utility and the state orientation. This may confuse agency cautioned that snow- swimmers, causing them to packs are slightly above nor- venture deeper into the water. mal for this time of year. As warmer weather and longer Know your limits Swimming in open water days begins to melt snow in is more difficult than in a mountainous regions of the swimming pool-- people tire state, water temperatures will continue to drop and more quickly and can get in- to trouble. flows will continue to rise in waterways and reservoirs. Cold water causes impair- ment leading to fatalities. It "Those planning outings reduces body heat 25 - 30 near mountain streams, times faster than air does at rivers, reservoirs and canals the same temperature. need to be extra vigilant and Many unseen obstacles can take appropriate safety mea- be lurking below the waters sures," said Alvin Thoma, di- surface. Swift water can rector of PG&E's power gen- make these obstacles even eration department. "Water more treacherous. flows will fluctuate with the warming and cooling of the Wear a life jacket day so always be prepared for Conditions change quickly a change in conditions." in open water and even the "Snowmelt and resulting best swimmers can misjudge swift and cold river flows can the water and their skills create treacherous conditions when boating or swimming. for all recreationists -- Wearing a life jacket can in- waders, swimmers, paddlers, crease survival time. boaters, anglers and even hik- A life jacket can provide ers cooling off at the water's some thermal protection edge," said DBW's Interim Di- against the onset of hypother- rector Lucia C. Becerra. "Stay mia and keep you stay afloat safe by wearing a life jacket, until someone else can rescue avoiding alcohol and being you. aware of the current." Know the law Lakes and ponds are very A new boating law states attractive on warm spring children under age 13 must days but are also cold. wear a life jacket when on a Rafters, kayakers, and ca- vessel that is 26 feet or less in noeists should beware of fast length. river flows and cold water, Every person on board a and should exercise extreme personal watercraft (popular- caution by checking local ly known as "jet skis") and conditions before undertak- any person being towed be- ing their trip. Parents should hind a vessel must wear a also exercise caution with Coast Guard-approved life young children playing in or jacket. near the water. No person should ever op- Know the water erate any vessel or water ski Sudden immersion in ice- or under the influence of cold water can stimulate the drugs or with an alcohol level "gasp reflex" causing an of.08 percent or more. years experience with Social Security Disability and SSI cases at all levels of appeal NO FEE UNLESS YOU ARE AWARDED BENEFITS I 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, mental or physical illness, on-the-job or off-the- job injury. Laws are being tightened. Qualified representation is critical. Disability Associates can take your case to every level, including court. Call for FREE consultation (775) 825-1616 )LL-FREE 1-877-832-S'/57 se habla espafiol DISABILITY ASSOCIATES Paid political advertisement Please join us for a COMMUNITY for CHUCK LEONHARDT Plumas County Assessor Wed., May 26th • 5-7pm Chalet View Lodge 72056 Hwy 70, Maybe, CA No Host Bar Hors d'oeuvres provided by Bonta Street Bistro ,~Thurs., May 27th • 5-7pm.~ Pizza Factory 197 Main Street, Chester, CA Hors d'oeuvres provided i. =i 1 4