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2@ Wednesday, May 30, 2001 BuEletin, Progresr~! the best Rle ~olo Portola's Jason Ferrin finished 10th out of the 96 top golfers In Northern Callf, shooting n 73 in the North State finals at Merced Country Club May 18. The winner shot n 70. Ferrin will be attending UNR next year on a golf scholarship. Graeagle Meadows on each hole and the winners Butterfield and Bob Orange. Women's GolfClub were: Chip-in was won by Bob It was another beautiful dayFirst flight: Priscilla Piper, Holbrook. in paradise May 24. net 17; Lucille Buchholtz, net We enjoyed sharing our 16; and Carolyn Genasci, net Lake Almanor Country Club Home & Home with Plumas 15. An Irons Only/Low Net tour- Pines and Lake Almanor Second flight: Jan Pierce, net nament was played by the Country Clubladies. 14; Diane Trainor, net 13; and Ninety-Tee-Niners Women's The format was Cha-Cha- Garnet Bell, net 12. Golf Club on May 24, 2001. The Cha. The winners were: firstPriscilla Piper also had a winners of this tournament place, P. Piper, M. Magee, B. chip-in on hole number eight, are as follows: Seidel and R. Girolmano at 114. Kathy Sipel turned into a First flight: First place was Second place with 119 was H.lumberjack on hole No. 17 and won by Jacque Longworth; sec- Echols, B1 Marquardt, B. hit six trees. She has a little ond place was a tie between Nelson and D. Trainor. cleanup work to do, but there's Toddy Cutler and Georgiann Tied for third and fourth alwaysnext Tuesday. Carsley. place with 122 was D. Second flight: First place Thompson, M. Herr, D. Mt, Huff Golf Club was won by Ruth Ann Smith; Swanson and J. Grijalva, andMay 18 blind draw partner second place went to Sue the other team of P. Huff, M. winners were: First, Bob Capie; and third place to Chamberlin, P. Kepler and P.Fitzsimmons/JerryQuam. Brownie Work. Nichols. Second place res ulted in aThird flight: Cassie Stiles We ended the fun day with a tie, so tt'was awaI;d ed to two in took first place; Charlene lovely luncheon, lieu of a third place: IrmaFerguson second; and Boyd/Don Rhinehart and JessKaren Schmidt, third. Piumas Pines Boyd/Yvonne Wright. Next play day, May 31, will Women's Golf Club May 24 team scramble first be regular play, with a mem- As we head into the summer place team: Betty Ellingham, bership meeting and no-host months, more women are corn-Bob Holbrook, Ray Mathes and luncheon to follow. The next ing to play on Ladies Day atMarilyn Johnson. scheduled tournament will be Plumas Pines. Upon arriving Second place resulted in a the popular Guys and Gals at the golf course Tuesday tie, so was awarded to two:tournament June 7 with a no- morning, Cupcake Trainor Mary Heard, Lois Butterfield, host luncheon. So gals, get handed out cupcakes to all 20 Jerry Quam and Phil Rogers.your guys to play, and have women who showed up to play The other team tied for sec- fun! an interesting golf game. Weond was Yvonne Wright, Bob counted our net 3s, 4s and 5s McElman, Ted Morgan, Ken ml Eighty runners, the largest37, also returned to win the turnout ever, competed in the men's division of the two-mile the Eighth Annual Paiute race in 12:12. Meadows Trail Run and Walk Eliza Warren of Janesville held at Susanville Ranch was the first walker in the two- Saturday, Mgy 19. mile race with a time of 24:23. In the first race, 11 year old This is Warren's second year Jed Reichle captured the one- and second first-place finish. mile title in a new course Myles Pustejousky was the record time of 6:09. Rachelfirst male with a time of 31:31. Tew, 11, was the fastest girl with a time of 8:32. 4.7-mile run Defending champion Jesse Overall male winner -- McLeod took an early lead in Terry Daley, 27:13. the 4.7-mile and was followed Overall female winner-- Beth closely by Porto!a's Terry Co bin, 37:12. Daley, 41. Men 19 years old and At the half-way mark, Daleyyounger -- 1. Matt Davidson took over as a disappointed38.22. Men 20-29 years old -- 1. McLeod suffered knee sore- Sam Gibson, 33:20. Men 30-39 ness, preventing him from con- years old -- 1. Sean Buehler, tinuing. The lanky Daley was 33:42, 2. Steve Bierman, 34:02. overall winner with a time of Men 40-49 years old -- 1. Terry 27:13. Daley, 27:13, 2. Jim Reichle, McLeod is now a member of 29:26. Men 50-59 years old -- 1. the San Jose State University John Shower, 34.32, 2. John cross country team. Lassen Dozier, 36.39. Men 60 and older High School cross country -- 1. Martin Balding, 31.48, 2. coach, Jim Reichle, turned in a Jerry Douglas, 36.36. strong performance to placeFemale 20-29 years old -- 1. second overall, and local Mike Katie Zumpano, 42:59. Female Rivas came in third. 30-39 years old -- 1. Dena Beth Corbin of Janesville Keppen, 41:25. Female 40-49 was first woman to cross the years old -- 1. Beth Corbin, finish line with a time of 37:12. 37:12, 2. Laurie Maurino, 41:15. Laurie Maurino was second woman and Claudia Reichle came in third as master's women dominated the field. Cassie Phillips, 16, success- fully defended her title in win- ning the woman's two mile in a time of 12:31. Patrick Owens, Two-mile run Overall male winner -- Patrick Owens, 12:12. Overall female winner -- Cassie Phillips, 12:31. Men 19 years old and younger -- 1. Justin Schlueter, 18:40. Men 30-39 years old -- 1. Patrick OwenS, 69 years old Pustejousky, years and older,! Anderson, 29:41. Female 19 under -- 1. 12.31. Females 3 -- 1. Teresa, years old -- I. 17:57. Female 1. Lynda jacksOrL Two-mile walk Overall male Myles Overal Warren, 24:23. Men 19 yearS -- 1. Myles 2. Louis Females 1. 24:23.2. KelseY One-mile race Overall male Keichle, 6:09. Ages 10-12 6:09. 2. Miles Miguel and under -- I. 7:15. 2. Andrew 3. Pe Overall Rachel Tew, Ages 10-12 J 8:32. 2. Diana Kaytlynn Zux Ages 9 and Porter, 10:35 Auzenne, Porter, 13:19. Well! 4X4, P/W/L, Low Miles iack "99 FORD 4 door, white, 4x4, V-6, 5 ! CD, 11,000 It has linked Californians not for CalTIP," Barton said. keep afloat," said Schwall. with game wardens in the end- Initiated by the DFG in 1981, Although cash rewards are less task of protecting fish and CalTIP provides a secret wit. available, statistics clearly wildlife, ness hotline---1-888-DFG- show that most Californians-- It has led to thousands of CALTIP--that can be reacheda big percentage of whom are investigations and convic- 24 hours a day by witnesses to hunters and anglers--take tions. It has brought about the wildlife crime. Callers canadvantage of the CalTIP hot- arrests of those who poach remain anonymous and, if line as an act against poaching deer, elk, abalone, lobster and they choose, receive a cashrather than a source of rev- trout and those whose pollut, reward in the wake of an enue, Schwallsaid. ing activities threaten wildlife arrest. Since 1981, she said, the habitat. Lt. Liz Schwall, DFG CalTIPreview board has examined It is the Department of Fish coordinator, said Fish and 631 cases of anonymous tip- and Game's secret witness pro- Game and a six-member pub- sters and paid out $149,000 in gram against poaching, found- lic advisory body known as cash rewards. Last year, only ed 20 years ago as CalTIP--for the CalTIP Citizen's Review35 of the 3,547 poaching and "Californians Turn In Board jointly operate the self- pollution calls were from citi- Poachers." funded program that dependszens who wanted to pass along "CalTIP has been an invalu-on donations for its cash information and, at the same able tool for our law enforce- reward program and for its time, be eligible for a cash ment program," said Jim operating expenses, reward. Barton, regional patrol chief "No state money goes towardBased on the year 2000 traf- for Region l's eight-county ter- the payment of rewards or for fic, the DFG said, it is estimat- ritory, the board's promotional edthat morethanS0,000crimi. "rd hate to think how many expenses, so it is critical that nal matters have reached the crimes against wildlife would the program solicit and CalTIP hotline since 1981. have gone undetected were it receive private donations to P,NY~., P/S, ,~ plq~ e14n~ .. 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