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2C Wednesday, May 29, 2013 Bulletin, Record, Progressive, Reporter TRACK, from page lC Quincy in the discus," said Quincy's coach, Dan Hanna. "This is the second year in a row (Hughes) won the discus event. Last year he won the varsity discus as a sophomore." Hughes' domination in the discus event for the past two years at varsity level has also been the culmination of three years of dedicated coaching by throwing coach Eric Debus. Quincy's junior varsity team did very well, placing second overall in the division. The team of Dale Morgan, Dayne Lewis, Craig Martynn and Che Rubalcava-Cunan placed first in the 4x100 and 4x400 relays. They also got the gold in the 400 meters and 200 meters, and the silver in the 300-meter hurdles. Wyatt Hollister also contributed to the team's efforts, placing second in the 3,200 meters. Eric Martinetti was the star of Portola's junior varsity track team. Martinetti placed first in the shot put, second in discus, fourth in the 400 meters and fifth in the long jump. Maryrose Riddle helped out Portola's JV girls' team by placing first in the 100-meter hurdles, second in the long jump and fourth in the 300-meter hurdles. Damian Whitemore placed in at least one event per meet all season, but wasn't able to compete at the Division III championship due to a minor foot injury. "I really congratulate all my athletes," said Portola's coach, Rick Bass. "All their hard work paid off. Getting them to work hard is my primary focus, and they reward me by doing that." Quincy High's junior varsity track team poses after finishing second overall in the Division III championship meet at Shasta High. In addition to the strong overall performance by the team, Quincy's varsity discus thrower Shawn Hughes took the gold for the division. Photo submitted C;!;ili!iiiiiiiii!ili!iiii~!:!:iiii: Bailey Smith holds up the plaque she received with the Charlie Nelson Memorial Scholarship awarded by the California Interscholastic Federation. Smith excelled as an athlete at Chester High School while maintaining her grades. Photo submitted Pancake breakfast Live Music featuring ay, June 16 ...a fun family event! 8 -11 am Quincy Vol. Fire Department Fly.In Airport Car Show Planes on Display Scenic Flights Air Ambulance Displays Sheriff's SWAT Displays Smokey the Bear QVFD Ladder Truck Lift Rides Fire Equiprhent on Display Special Fuel Price All Day Long on June 16, 2013 $5.52 gal. ROCK & ROLL & BLUES AWARDS, from pagelC team and a year of softball. Smith also excelled at For the last 12 years, Ray skiing, taking first place in held the title of athletic every race she competed in. S " athletic director peer ,director for Quincy High. Once Smith got to the state commented Ray. Whereas Ray received a championship, she crashed Ray has been a concrete lifetime achievement award on a slope with poor part of Plumas County of sorts, Smith received a conditions, ending her athletics for 28 years. From lifetime beginner's award in season. 1980 to 1985 Ray coachedthe form of scholarship Most recently, Smith was football for Fairfield High. The following year Ray money. Every year the on the school's softball team. Charlie Nelson Memorial Smith's batting average was became a permanent fixture Scholarship is awarded to a .583 and her on-base of the Quincy High School student who achieved percentage was .618. She had experience. Generations of athletes athletic excellence. This year 26 RBIs. from Plumas county called that student was Smith. Smith graduates June 14 Ray "coach." Besides Smith played three yearsand will attend Lassen coaching the school's on Chester's varsity Community College next football team for 26 years, he volleyball team and was year. she plans to play on the selected All League two of school's softball team. also coached a year of swim those years. 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