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Repo~er Wednesday, June 6, 2001 1C im l i Morrow tively, advancing them to the ' main event. were close and Eighteen cars qualified for exciting last the main event, which was night at the Ameri- scheduled for 20 laps. Jim Speedway, as 27 Thomas from Chico won the entertained alarge main event, followed by of approximately Craig Nieman in second place and Ian Burkhead fin- fun and fast," said ishing third. Cody Openshaw. Portola's Bobby Higgins some intense won the six-lap trophy dash, the drivers were andQuincy's Russell Jesky won the four-lap trophy dash. main event, The winner of each heat got lost control to race in the six-lap trophy in turn four. dash, and whoever finished "Flyin" Brian last in each heat raced in the "The Leg- four-lap trophy dash. Were involved in a Go-Kart racing also enter- two. Stahlman tained the crowd Eight-lap Were both hospital- heats were followed by 12-lap injuries, main events in three differ- best racing I've ent age groups Jason Nie- said another man won the five-through- go to all the races, seven-year-old division, abilities Christopher Nieman won the improved in the eight-through-10.year-old di- vision, and Neff Monroe won each with the ll-through-15-year-old di- determined who vision. xn the main eventAn open-wheeled modified dashes, John. car driven by Ron Brown of won Susanville ran several race, Bobby demonstration laps. Portola won the The racing lasted from 7-II race, Jim p.m. and was followed with Chico won the live music by the band Point race, and John Blank. Quincy won There are five more races this year, scheduled for June event was a 30, Aug. 12, Aug. 25, Sept. 8, race. Todd and Sept. 15-16. The gates Martin Warren open at 5:30 p.m, and the rac- second, respec- ing begins at 7 p.m. : y~, , Photos by Shannon Morrow A Pass is attempted in turn two, as oem driver stays low on the track the other Mide8 around the outside, om- I.g to the wail. TwudL) mve. racers came to compete at the MaY last Saturday. ~t into position for a rolling start. Many fans wlwo Impcem4NNI by M(ill and alPrem- Quk:k rollMd In the pit are nm 0 4mry when qP drivers, during M ra ing. over the rising s fatal by anglers, of Fish and G) will step up the availability of devices ZSels, as well as to wear the life While they are en- Water. An analysis accidents in that nearly Victims in 2000 trips. which will on Tuesday by of Boating 'Ways (DBW), of California's (49 per- fishing-related number re- increase 13 fishing-related total boating game wardens S wa- Ltinely check fishing vessels number of aid Capt. Tom DFG's Delta Enforcement number of boat- While people are g. espe- act of device most of them. whether fish- Should have a for water but consider fish- sport." law states that all boats must have one wear- able life jacket (Coast Guard- approved Type I, II, HI, or V) for each person aboard. Boats that are 16 feet or more in length must carry, in addi- tion to the wearables, at least one throwable (Type IV) flotation. It is a violation, punishable by a f'me of up to $250, to oP- erate a vessel that is 26 feet or les} in length unless every child 11 years of age or younger on board is wearing a Type I, II; HI or V life jack- et. The law does not apply to the operator of a sailboat on which every child under 12 is restrained by a harness teth- ered to the sailboat, or the oP- erator of a vessel on which every child under 12 is in an enclosed cabin. Although California's tem- perate climate alloWS for year-round boating on much of the state's waterways, most boating activity---and there- fore most accidents--occur between May 1 and Sept. 30. The annual National Safe Boating Week begins Satur- day and runs through May 25. The theme for the nation- al campaign is "Be Smart from the Start. Wear Your Life Jacket." " Of all drowning victims in fishing-related accidents in California, 88 percent were not wearing a life jacket or a personal flotation device, said Raynor Tsuneyoshi, Di- rector of the Department of Boating and Waterways (DBW). Capsizing and falls over- board represented 72 percent of angling-related fatalities while 24 percent of those fa- talities, occurred due to over- loading or improper loading, such as sitting or standing on the gunwale, the bow or the transom. DBW determined that, of the 25 angllng.related fatalities in 2000, eight were found to be alcohol-related. "What we're seeing is prob- lems related to improper loading or overloading," said Tsuneyoshi. "Often, when an angler has a fish on the line, everyone moves to that side of the boat to assist. There is a clearly marked capacity plate on every boat that states the weight or passen- ger limit, and .people should look for it anu unaerstana the numbers to allow a safe and fun outing/ Recently, the DBW has in- creased outreach efforts to boaters from seasonal to year.round in many areas of the state. The DBW expanaea a radio message campaign and an outdoor media cam- paign, both of which place s, ClaI emphasis on fishing, highlighting topics such as life jackets, aasmm- ing fi*om alcohol while boat- ing, and checking the weath- ed tib ofa yV, e;to at ::un l'Ada" terways is working with the u,-,:, and is placing ucauv- o publica- articles m tions. On Sunday, June I0, the in- and shotguns. Targets for ri- Meat shoots take place the dian Valley Shooting Club inties are 100-yard steel chick- second Sunday of every Greenville will sponsor its ens, and 50-yarders for pts- month from 9:30 a.m. - 4 p.m. third meat shoot of the year. tols. just 1-1/4 miles north of Mo Ottomeier took home a For shotguns, the new Greenville, on the north side Buck knife for winning the 10-station sporting clay range of Highway 89. Prizes are first shoot, and 12-year-old will be open for the first time, steak, bacon, salami, chick- Mikey Luiz of Gridley beat and will be available for prac- en, jerky and cheese. So out everyone on the Mothetes tice all day. break out those guns and slap Day shoot to win his knife. Kids are always welcome toin some earplugs and come Everyone's welcome. Par- shoot when accompanied by have a blast with us! an adult. 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