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Wednesday, May 30, 2001 Track ;-,, et,~ ~ro~ m By Shannon Morrow dles (52.9 seconds), high jump meter dash Sports Editor (4-foot, 9-inch) and 400-meter the 400.meter When the track and field all- relay, onds). league selections were madeChester's Jami Shapiro cap-Ben Na for the Feather River League, tured first place in the 100- in the Chester High School took over meter clash (14.03 seconds), the minutes, 8.1 half of the awards. The 200-meter dash (29.6 seconds), 3,200-meter Chester Volcanoes won 15 ofand was on the winning 400-seconds). the events while Westwood, meter relay team, which also Loyalton and Herlong com- included Jami Kemp and Travis Myers bined for the other 12 events. Sandy Bohannon. highest high Kristy Booth earned the Erica Sherod earned an all-10 inches, and Most Valuable Player award league selection for Chester in the best long in the girls division, taking discus with a throw of 81 feet, two-and-a gold for Chester in all four eight inches. Mike events she competed in. Booth In the boys division, Justin all-league for won the 100-meter hurdles Capistrand won the 100-meter 800-meter run i (17.7 seconds), 300-meter hur- dash (11.44 seconds), the 200- two minutes, d Junior Beth Alvarez from Quincy shows good form In the lO0-mator hurdles School. at West m Quincy girls run fast at state qualifier By Shannon Morrow Alvarez clocked 51.26 seconds, Alvarez set a personal Sports Editor earning them a fifth-place record in the 100-meter hur- Four girls from Quincy Highmedal and setting a school dles, finishing in fifth place School competed in the state record for Quincy. with a time of 16.2 seconds. In qualifier track meet last The other new record was the last three weeks, Alvarez Friday at West Valley High set by, Patton in the 800-meter has shaved 1.5 seconds off her School, and though none of time. them advanced to the state run, when she took silver with a time of two minutes, 22.16 These new records probably championships, they set twoseconds. Patton broke the old won't last long, though, since new school records, school record by over five sec- all the girls who advanced to "This was a big meet for onds, established by her just the state qualifier will be them," said coach Chad Hyink. one week earlier, returning next year. "The kids were pretty fired up afterwards." "The kids kept getting better "We have a lot of talent, and Racing in the 4xl00-meter and better," said Hyink. "We they're all young," said Hyink. relay, Corbie Smith, Emily ended the season on a good "We should be tough to beat in Patton, Nicole Cokor and Beth note." the next couple years." J Chester's Kristy Booth earned the MVP award for the Feather River place in all four of the events she competed in. Emily Patton ran the 800-mator run in two minutes, 22,111 seoonds, cutting five s onds off her personal best and setting a new s ltool record. SEAN CONRY, Executive Chef Now, spectacular food joins the world famous view at the new bar and grill at Plumas Pines Golf Resort -- Longboards. Stressing fresh ingredients, simple hearty entrdes with an Italian flair, and warm, friendly service, Longboards is the perfect epicurean accompaniment to this sen- sational High Sierra setting. Whether your special event includes just 2 or 200, call to arrange your next dining experience. We can hardly wait to serve you! Plunks County's perfect setting for:. Weddings Banquets * Meetings Romantic Dining After golf relaxation & dining bar & at umas PLUMAS PINES Open 7 days a week for breakfast, lunch and dinner For Reservations 530-836-1111 at Plumas Pines Golf Resort 402 Poplar Valley Road