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2C Wednesday, June 3, 2015 Bulletin, Record, Progressive, Reporter GOLF RESULTS Bailey Creek Women's Golf Club May 6 was the opening day of the Bailey Creek Women's Golf Club. It began with a gray, cloudy sky, but all players were happy to see the start of another season. The game of the day was "low gross" with Ginger Birchfield placing first, with a birdie on the eighth hole, and Diana Pallari in second place. May 13 was a game of "Blind Nine," with players wishing they could have picked their own nine to discard, but with two lucky winners -- in first place Wynetta Regli and Ginger Birchfield placing second. A fun day for all. May 20 again started cloudy but, thankfully, the thunderstorms held off until the end of play. The game of the day was "IF," allowing each player to discard her worst hole..This week we had hole No. 8 as closest to the pin, won by Mo Clark, with Wynetta Regli placing n:st and Diana Pallari in second. Graeagle Men's Club Mother Nature has blessed us with some cool showery weather recently. On Friday members showed up, read the tea leaves and canceled play On Monday, a handful showed up and played as opposed to a normal group of 25 - 30, but no game was organized. By Wednesday, the weather; though still cloudy and cool, looked less threatening. Eleven players teed it up to see who could score the lowest individual net score. Jack Cornish came out on top with a 64 followed by George Fraser and Norm Nichols with a pair of 66s. Skins were won by Jac Castleton, Norm Miller and Randy Peterson. On Tuesday, May 19, the Graeagle Travel Team traveled to Reno for its second match with the team from Washoe Golf Course. After drubbing Washoe in Graeagle the week before, the Washoe Team avenged that loss with a drubbing of their own, coming out on top 31-14. As thunderstorms continued to blossom day .... after day, golfers, for the most part, stayed under cover. Ten Bandits took their chances Friday, May 22, and made it through 16 holes before the rain came. There was no lightning with this storm so the rain gear came out and the team of Dick Eck and Mr. Feider took first best ball low net with a 64. One stroke back with 65 was the team of Jim Reynolds and Mike Irving, while Tom Taylor and Jerry Toenyes were third with 67. After over two weeks of storms, the sun came out May 27 and, with temperatures in the 70s, 23 Graeagle members enjoyed a beautiful day of golf. The most enjoyment was had by the team of Randy Peterson and Mary Pierce as they lit it up with a best ball low net score of 57. A nice pair of 61s, usually good for a win, was posted by the team of Ken Stevenson and Bryan Hansen and the team of Bill Kennedy and Dennis Chegwin. Two skins were won by Jack Gilbert and one each was earned by Bryan Hansen, Ken Stevenson, Norm Miller, Joel Patterson, Bill Kennedy and Ron Eaton. Plumas Pines Men's Club On Thursday, May 22, golfers braved the threatening skies and teamed up in a game of four-man 1, 2, 3 net balls. Each player in this played his own ball and the four-man team counted one net ball on the first hole, two net balls on the second hole and three net balls on the third hole. Then it started over with one ball on the fourth hole etc. It's a challenging game when you consider three balls counted on holes number 3, 6, 9, 12, 15 and 18. Par is 144 in this format but every team blew that away. The winners are: first 114 Err Hadenfeldt, Brad Clark, Byron Hadley and Mike Wilson; second 120 John Kidwell, Terry Bergstrand, Randy McDonald, and Michael Peters; third 125 Kim Roberts, Doyle Blaylock, Ernie Givani and Sam Williams. Low Gross honors for the day go to Erv Hadenfeldt with an outstanding 73 including two birdies and an eagle on hole 13. The Plumas Pines Travel Team made our annual journey to Susanville to play the Men's Club of Diamond Mountain GC. Their home field advantage helped the hosts to a 24.5 - 20.5 victory. Fortunately, our play at home last week (33-12) led us to a victory in the season series. Next month we take on our cross-town rivals Graeagle Meadows. Whitehawk Ladies On a sunny day with lots of white puffy clouds in the sky the ladies phyed Four Score -- the combined net score of all four players on the par fours counted for the game score. It was quite a day. There were four chip-ins, but only two members paid their money. Congrats to Michelle Violet (a new member who comes to us from Nakoma Golf Course where she was the club champion),and Chris Hyatt. With a score of 178, the winning team was Michelle Violet, Chris Hyatt, Virginia Luhring and Arline Simpson. Three Club Eclectic Tournament Members of the Whitehawk Ranch Graeagle Meadows and Plumas Pines Women's Golf Clubs played their annual Three Club Eclectic Tournament on May 19 at Whitehawk Ranch Golf Club, May 21 at Graeagle Meadows Golf Club and May 26 at Plumas Pines Golf Club. The final round was followed by a festive awards luncheon at Plumas Pine's Longboards Restaurant. While the weather was worrisome for the first two rounds (players got a little damp), it was perfect for the final round. In the Three Club Eclectic Tournament, each player may improve her first round gross and/or net score on each hole if she achieves a lower score on that hole in the second or third round; so there were some very low scores. Round One Daffy Winners: Plumas Flight: Low Gross, Priscilla Piper (79); Low Net, Virginia Luhring (65). Eureka Flight: Low Gross, Jackie Luckey (94); Low Net, Dee Walker (64). Sierra Flight: Low Gross, Janet Grijalva (104); Low Net, Laurie  Humphries (64). Round Two Daily Winners: Plumas Flight: Low Gross, Priscilla Piper (84); Low Net, Bey Parry (72). Eureka Flight: Low Gross, Judy Rossi (98); Hall works out in Seattle Feather River College pitcher O'Keeffe Hall is invited to a May 27 Major League Baseball predraft workout with the Seattle Mariners at Safeco Field. Hall, who graduated from FRC last month, pitched for a half-inning and threw for a ground out against a Stanford player, struck out a second batter from Gonzaga and caught the infield pop-up for the third out against a potential runner from Washington. Hall, a Damonte Ranch High School graduate from Reno, has been told by scouts he is likely to enter the June 8-10 MLB draft somewhere near the 10th round. Photo by Toni Williams 33 - O'Keeffe Hall r SO P 16 14 li 3 0 1 86 56 24 16 45 78 8.16 2 tU Low Net, Dee Walker (72). Sierra Flight: Low Gross, Diane Forsberg (103); Low Net, Patty Rohman (71). Three Club Eclectic Final Winners: Over the Field Low Gross, Priscilla Piper (72); Over the Field Low Net, Laurie Humphries (46). Low Net Flight Winners included: Plumas Flight: first Place, Carol Mitchell (53); second Place, Bey Parry (54); 3rd Place, Virginia Luhring (58). Eureka Flight: first Place, Jackie Luckey (52); second Place, Dee Walker (53); 3rd Place, Diane Trainor (54). Sierra Flight: first Place, Diane Forsberg (49); second Place Connie Raheb (50); 3rd Place, Janet Grijalva (53). Mt. Huff Golf Our merry month of May has been a bit chilly and damp, but once again, the weather has failed to dampen the spirits of the golfers at Mt. Huff. Threatening skies for the Wednesday Morning Scramble on May 20 held off until the conclusion of the competition. In first place at a whopping ten under par were team members Jim Bryant, Darel Joseph, Don McConnell and Mike Ingle. A chip-off won by Darel Joseph gave the second place standing, also at ten under par, to Matt Rutledge, Ron Carter, Bill McRoberts and Ralph Cote. There was a three-way tie on the chip-in for Mike Ingle, Jim Bryant and Margie Joseph. Closest to the pin was awarded to Gary Metzdorf. The Thursday Evening Scramble brought out a large crowd of golfersdespite a sprinkle or two. In first place at five under par, we saw the Kingdon clan (Casey, Cooper, Colton) and Sam Murray. who triumphed over the old-timers. In second place, we recognized Darel Joseph, Margie Joseph, Jeff Stevens and Ralph Cote. Closest to the pin was won by Ralph Cote and the longest drive w hit by Matt Rutledge. On May 27, the Wednesday Morning Scramble brought out a fine cadre of golfers to give us two teams who scored winning places. In first place at nine under par was the team of Darel Joseph, Jeff Stevens, Matt Rutledge and Dick Grace. OUr second place team at eight under par was members Ton Carter, Ted Trafton and Ron Cristensen. Most notable was a hole-in-one scored by Margie Joseph on number 17 who also by virtue of the hole-in-one, got closest to the pin and won the chip-in as well. Margie is a super star! Please note that the tee-off time for the Wednesday Morning Scramble has been moved up to 9:30 a.m. Thursday evening brought out an equally eager group for the Evening Scramble Two teams qualified at one under par, with the placing being decided by a chip-off. In first place was the team of Mike Ingle, Chuck Thrall and Dick Grace. ,: In second place we saw the recognition go to David Smuts, Ren Clark, and Margie Joseph. The long drive was hit on number seven hole by Tom Rogers and Gary McClellan got closest to the pin. A f'me enchilada dinner followed the playing. Yep, good times roll on at Mt. Huff. LACC Women's Golf Due to the cool, wet weather, the LACC Women's Golf Club members finally got in a serious round of golf on May 19, playing Just Gross & Putts. In Flight 1, Mary Craig came in first, Carol Lunsford in second, and Sue Hudson in third place. In Flight 2, Lee Hunter came in first, Dana Seandel in second, and Karen Schmidt in third place. In Flight 3, Nancy Foote came in first, Linda Rawson in second, and Jan Reese in third place. Mary Craig won the putting contest with 34 putts. Peggy Lentz made a chip-in on hole No. 18 and Mary Craig medea Birdie on hole No. 6. The raffle which supports the Sugar Pine Golf Tournament was won by Lee Hunter and Linda Rawson. On May 26, the LACC Women's Golf Club members played a team game of ChaChaCha in which one team member's score was used on the par 5s, two team : members' scores were used,on: the par 4s, and three team members' scores were used on the par 3s. In Flight 1, the first place team consisted of Sue Hudson, Dana Seandel, and Linda Rawson. The second place team included Jessie King, Carol Parish, Jude Morse, and Susan Espana. In Flight 2, the first place team consisted of Madeline Furman, Nancy Foot, Carol Griswold and Toddy Cutler. The second place winners were Carol Lunsford, Meg Eaton and Linda Yaap. Birdies were made by Mary Craig on Hole No. 18 and Carol Lunsford on Hole No. 3. Chip-ins were made by Trudy Leete on No. 6 and Susan Espana on No. 1. Next week, the club will play Hatfields and McCoys with a meeting/luncheon to follow. Graeagle Meadows Women's Golf Club May 28 was Graeagle Meadows Women's Golf Club's monthly Ace of Aces Qualifier, in which the low gross winner (Red Tee Division) and low net winners (Red Tee and Combo Tee Divisions) go on to play in the Ace of Aces Playoff in late September. Only members who have not yet won a qualifier this year may participate. The scores were mostly unusually high -- the players complained that they were not used playing in such good weather -- but a few had a good day. May's qualifiers are: Red Tee Division, low gross, Cathy Churchill (102); low net, Dee Walker (76). Combo Tee Division: iow net, Carol Desmond. In addition to the Ace of Aces Qualifier, all members played the game of the day, "Ts and Fs." In this game, only the scores on holes starting with a "T" or "F" count (i.e., holes two, three, four, five, ten, etc.). Red Tee Division winners were: low gross, Cathy Churchill; first low net, Dee Walker; second low net, Gall Nelson; third low net, Alaine Flynn. Combo Tee Division winners included: First Flight, low gross, Sharla Scott; first low net, Lois Childress; second low net Carol Desmond. Second Flight, low gross, Sue Taylor; first low net, Karen Fraser; second low net Annie Fisher. Chip-ins were made by Carol Desmond (No. 14), Karen Fraser (No. 18), Renee Miller (No. 1), and Bev Reynolds (No. 7). To have your golf results and club news included in this weekly section, email the information to by Friday at 3p.m. i Scan this QR code Appand tickets Get your rodeo and concert tickets today. Little Big Town Concert 6/16 Xtreme Bulls, Thursday 6/18 Parade, Saturday 6120 Hightly Carnival noon weekends JUNE 18- 27 One of the highlights of Burton's workout regimen is a 2,000-yard dash while carrying 150 pounds worth of steel chain attached to a backpack. Photo by Greg Knight TONIO, from page lC -- and a set of 40 repetitive crawls forward and backward across the field while tossing a 50-pound sandbag. He does all of that in addition to his regular training that includes push-ups, sit-ups, squats, running, weightlifting and cardio. "When I got into the off-season, I realized I wasn't as in good shape as I needed to be, so I started this regimen with Janine and it has paid off," Burton said. Another factor he said he has taken into account for the coming season is his diet, which he said wasn't always the best during the 2014 season. "It used to be junk or fast food for breakfast, lunch and dinner, and that was something that just wasn't going to work this season," Burton said. "My girlfriend has been a big help to getting me on a clean diet and now it's lots of salmon, asparagus, salad, fruit, no major carbs and a lot of red meat that is rare or medium-rare so all the protein stays in it." With all of this in mind, Burton said he is ready for two-a-days, which are set to begin in August -- and will be more than ready for the Golden Eagles' home opener Sept. 5 against Diablo Valley College. "We're a different team this year, under coach Scott Brade," Burton added. "Last season we vere a team that was fighting each other and arguing instead of fighting other teams on the field and raising each other up, so this season I plan on bringing along all the other players and trying to do positive things in the community, in addition to winning on the field." 8uo-a25-11EAT -