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4C Wednesday, May 23, 2001 II : BASEBA : ii ..... SOFTBALLb:-- [ Feather River League I I Feather River League School w~s~_oss= w~ P~/oe =tand~t, School wi~__o~ w~%~tlnosse= puwoff =umd~, Westwood 4 4 4 5 None Herlong 0 1 0 1 None Loyalton 0 0 9 11 None Westwood 0 1 0 1 None Greenville 6 1 8 4 t~no Loyalton 0 0 0 0 None Portola 0 2 0 2 No~ Greenville 2 5 2 5 None i Chester 0 0 0 0 None Portola 6 1 6 2 None I Sacramento Valley League (North) I School w~l~u2o6s~W~s~Lo~es ~,yoe ,m~g, Uve Oak 10 0 18 4 None Quincy 5 5 12 7 None Pierce 0 2 0 2 None Durham 8 2 9 6 None Chester 0 0 0 0 I Sacramento Valley League (North) School w~= Wins Lo~ses Durham 1 0 4 1 Quincy 4 4 5 7 Pierce 0 0 0 0 Bye Oak 0 0 16 4 p~toff =landings None None None None THIS WEEK'S GAMES Season complete THIS WEEK'S GAMES Season complete LAST WEEK'S RESULTS Quincy 10, Rio Vista 0 Quincy 7, Burney 8 Greenville 6, Bishop Quinn 10 LAST WEEK'S RESULTS Portola 2, Modoc 3 BASEBALL Baseball (North) Softball (North) Division III Division IV 1. Etna (19-4) 1. Winters (18-3) 2. Modoc (13-4) 2. Live Oak (16-4) 3. Durham (9-4) 3. SuRer (17-7) Unranked: I=~'tola and Quincy Unranked: Quincy Division V 1. East Nicolaus (14-4) 1. East Nicolaus (21-0) 2. Burney (11-3) 2. Burney (14-2) 3. Hayfork (16-4) 3. Modoc (18-2) ~ Unranked: Che=ter and Portola 1. Liberty (13-3) 1. Happy Camp (--) 2. Bishop Quinn (11-4)2. McCIoud (--) 3. Happy Camp (4-0) 3. -- Unranked: Greenville Unranked: Greenville AND SOFTBALL RANKINGS Baseball (State) Sotball (State) Small Schools Small Schools 1. Reedley Immanuel t. Westlake Village Oaks 2. Modesto Central 2. East Nicolaus 3. Riverside Woodcrest 3. Ferndale 4.Eureka St. Bernard 4, Templeton 5. La Verne Lutheran 5. Temecula Linfield 6. Templeton 6. St. Vincent 7.Berean Christian 7, Stockton Brookside 8. Live Oak 8. Live Oak 9. St. Vincent 9. Modoc 10. Etna 10, Visalia Central 11. -- 11.-- 12. -- 12. -- 13. -- 13. -- 14. -- 14. -- 15. -- 15. -- TRACK ::i TENNIS Chester High School Chester High School March 24 at West Valley High School March 27 at Portola High School April 7 at Enterprise High School March 29 vs. Quincy April 21 at John Frank Invitational (Shasta CO~!ege) April 3 at Downieville (in (~-i~aeagle) April 27 at Burney High School April 5 at Quincy May 4 at Westwood High School April 10 at Downieville (in Ouircy) May 10 at Feather River finals (Lasson Co,age) April 24 vs. Portola May 18 at CIF finals (co~ge of Siskiyous) April 27 at Quincy May 25 at state prelims ONe= Valley High School) April 28 at Quincy June 1-2 at state finals (Sacramento c~y Colk~ge) May 41 Feather River finals May 10-12at CIF finals (ShastaC~k~ge) Greenville High School No track team in 2001 Greenville High School No tennis team in 2001 Portola High School March 22 Opponent unknown Portola High School March 23 Opponent unknown March 27 at Chester April 5 Opponent unknown March 29 vs. Downieville April 26 vs. Quincy High School April 3 at Quincy April 27 Opponent unknown April 5 at Downieville (in Graeagk~) May 4 at Westwood High School April 10 vs. Quincy May 10-11 Sac Valley finals (Site to be aeterminod) April 24 vs. Chester May 18 at CIF finals (Site to be determined) April 27 at Quincy May 25 at state prelims ONe= v=~y High Sct~o~ April 28 at Quincy June 1-2 at state finals (Sacramento Oty C~k~ge) May 41 Feather River finals May 10-12 at CIF finals (Shasta College) Quincy High School March 22 at Durham High School Quincy High School March 23 at Chico High School March 27 vs. Downieville April 5 at Live Oak High School March 29 at Chester April 7 at Enterprise High School April 3 vs. Portola April 26 at Portola High School April 5 vs. Chester April 27 at West Valley High School April 10 at Portola May 4 at Westwood High School April 24 at DownleviUe On Gr~) May 5 at Coming High School April 27 Quincy Invitational May 10-11 Sac Valley finals (S~tobedet~ April 28 Quincy Invitational May 18 at CIF finals (site to be deterrr~ned) May 41 Feather River finals May25 at state prelims ON~t V=dk3y High Scho~) May 10-12at CIF finals (Sham ~) June 1-2 at state fina|s (Sacram~to ~y Coffee) Chester High School Portola High School March 27 at l.as,sen High School March 26 at Rocklin High School March 28 at Greenville High School March 28 at Greenville High School April 2 at Durham High School May 4 at Downieville April 4 at DownlevUle High School April 11 vs. Chester High School (G~a~ Meadows) April 11 at Portota High School April 23 at Loyalton High School April 23 at Loyalton High School April 25 at Westwood High School April 25 at Westwood High School April 28 Cal Invitational (Rum= Pine,) May 2 vs. Greenville High School (Bal~/c.m~) May 1 vs. Modoc (Graeagle Meadows) May 2 at Chester Greenville High School March 28 vs. Chester Huff) Quincy High School April 4 at Downieville March 22 at East Nicolaus April 11 at Portola High School March 26 at (to be announced) April 23 at Loyalton High School April 5 at Capital Christian April 25 at Westwood High School April 26 vs. (to be announced) May 2 at Chester High School (Plumas Pines) II Contact our Circulation Department Monday through Friday 8am-5pm. II Bulletin, Graeagle Meadows Women's Club The dictionary defines the word "eclectic" as selecting or combining elements from a variety of sources. The mem- bers of the Graeagle Meadows Women's Golf Club did just that in their Partnership Eclectic, played on consecu- tive Thursdays, May 10 and 17. Each pair of playing part- ners, using their May handi- caps, scored a best ball for every hole of the 18. At the conclusion of the second week, they then selected the lowest best ball score for each hole for the two weeks of the tourna- ment, thus "combining ele- ments from a variety of sources" as previously defined. Calculating those best ball fig- ures became the total net score for the partnership. The results are as follows: Flight 1: First place with a net score of 56 were Edie Hein and Debbie Peterson. Second place with a net of 58 were Jay Fisher and SaLly Kendall. Flight 2: In a tie for first place with a net of 57 were Judy Schroeder and Diana Thompson, along with Esther Rimbault and Jeanne Reinhardt. Also in a tie for sec- ond place with a net of 62 were Myrene Lang and Gigi McClure along with Denise Stein and Dink Rife. Flight 3: First place with a net of 59 were Marcey Smith and Molly Magee. In second place with a net of 60 were Hank Echols and Judy Meagher. Plumas Pines Women's Golf Club The Plumas Pines Women's Golf Group played an interest- ing game Tuesday. They added up the total score for all of the par fours and then subtracted one-half of our handicaps. (Does this scoring system indi- cate that we are bored already, or what?) Winners were as follows: First place: Judy Serpflio Second place: Kathy Sipel Third place: Rose Marie Doran The weather held up for us with only a few sprinkles on the 18th hole. Despite the weather "handicap," Annie Meyer was able to accomplish a chip in on the par five 18th hole. Mt. Huff Golf Club Friday, May 11, for results of the blind draw partner, golf winners in first place were Norm Adamson and Jess Boyd. In second Allingham and and in third Boyd and Don Boyd won the chip Wednesday, scramble winners place, Marilyn team, Harry Quam and Second place Butterfield and Barbara Qua in was won by JeW/ Lake Almanor On May 10, a Tournament 99ers women's and the re First flight: place were Jerl Jessie King Brewin. Second flight: place were Jo Shan Mitchell, place prize went to Smith. Third flight: first place and Carolyn second place Stiles. The next for the 99ers will when it will be an tournament. I ulnn The Greenville Indians base- ball team was eliminated in the first round of Division V playoffs Friday, May 11, when they lost on the road 10-6 to Bishop Quinn (124). The Indians got off to a quick 2-0 lead in the top of the first inning when Ryan Meacher hammered a two-run homer. Bishop Quinn answered back with one run in the first and two runs in the second, going up 3-2. The Indians regained the lead in the top of the third with two more runs, but Bishop Quinn came right back with three runs, taking the lead for good. In the sixth inning, Greenville's Brandon Robinson renewed the Indian's hopes with a home run that brought in two RBIs, but Bishop Quinn held Gt"eerte 411 ,- $emlik r ltalilel iloBCLjp ings hard for the scoreless in the jseventh, Imlh . IIINIi Iktke firm round of the inning. Jared Morris also provided offensive highlights for the Indians, batting 2-3 and getting two stolen bases. Meacher was the starting pitcher, giving up six earned runs with three strikeouts and four walks in four innings of work. Raymond Robinson came in as relief, allowing two Bishop Quinn. earned runs in two innings, record of 8-4. and The Greenville Indians fin- Feather ished the year with an overall Championship. Z FREE Flights! 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