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June 6, 2001

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4C Wednesday, June 6, 2001 All-League, Etc. Bulletin, Progressive, Recod, l~' Feather River League . 2001 All-League Softball Team. Loyalton Aimee Biggs Wes gr Loyalton Cara Sheehy Loyalton Melanie Pearson Westtl ' The Chester Pictured, Murray. High School softball team had four girls selected from left: Tricla Gosney, Randi Korhuniak, Kelley Photo by Cheri Mclntire as All-League players. Hinschberger and Jennifer Teagan Thompson Michelle Roberts Annie Elorza Kim Scheckla Jennifer Murray Randi Korhuniak Tricia Gosney Kelley Hinschberger Loyalton Kristi Warren Chester Rebecca Rhode Chester Jennifer Kehoe Chester Cindy McElhaney Chester Brandy Lee Most Valuable Players Adrien Stetson Portola Annie Maddalena Loyalton Feather River League 2001 All-League Baseball Team: Nathaniel Bond Christopher Preston Raymond Robinson August Wagner Ryan Litz Jake Pruitt Justin Ward Joseph Mylrea Greenville Stefen Grandi Greenville Dayne Litchfield Greenville Brian May Greenville Grayson Raymer Portola Brian Fish Portola Willie Kellogg Portola Cody Poggi Chester Josh Pettigrew Most Valuable Players Ryan Meacher Greenville Kyle Jaquez Loyalton Feather River League Golf All-League Selections Alan Sandberg Chester Josh McHenry Brian Killingsworth Chester Ryan Godman T.C. Beals Downieville Garrett Smith Tony Charbonnier Greenville Tony Slavik Trevor Bentz Greenville Ronnie Theobald Most Valuable Player Jason Ferrin Portola n I 111 - - Phot0byTerriNacar Free fishing day is this Saturday, June tee oa~ball players and three softball players were named to the All-League For all wannabe anglers conducts events from sepa- license just in tinge [1 teams for Portola High School. Pictured, from )eft: Justin Ward, Jennifer Kehoe, Re- with dreams of landing therate regional headquarters, ther's Day. _ becca Rhode and Jake Pruitt. Not pictured: Ryan Litz and MVP Adrien Stetson. big one, better mark the to-do which operate independent Lifetime license , list: dig out tackle box, untan- activities, based on the licensee'S t r gle fishing lines, reassemble Call (916) 358-1644 for more the time of purchase rod and reel (probably lost information about Sacramen- lows: birth to nine somewhere in garage); buy to area events; (415) 892-0460 $300; age 10 to 39, $495i P( tasty-looking bait; and best of for the San Francisco Bay to 61, $445; age 62 all--don't worry about legally Area, and in Los Angeles, $e30n0e Lifetime h unt required fishinglicense. (562) 342-7151. c s prices are: birtJl | That's right, Saturday, Ferreira said he sees little years, $300; age 10 to June 9, is Free Fishing Day downside to the free day of age 40 tO 61, $445; age1 . :ili in California, part of the Na- outdoor fun, other than an oc- older, $300. J I tional Fishing Week program casional sore muscle from a For those who enjO that runs through June 17.couch potato's casting arm. hunting and fishing, al ' During Free Fishing Day "This is a great opportuni- nation lifetime liCe. across the state, the Califor- ty to get out and give fishing available as follows: ,f nia Department of Fish anda try," Ferreira said. "And for years, $600; age 10 to| . ;: Game (DFG) waives the nor-those who already fish, and age 40 to 61, $890; age '| J ! I mal requirement fr anyhewh already have a license' lder' $600" 16 years and older to possess it's a real opportunity to a license. A second Free Fish- bring out friends and family For more informatl ing Day is scheduled for Sept. members, introduce them tofishing programs, RYA 22, 2001. the sport and to the fun."DFG's Web Pag l l[ I "On Free Fishing Day we For anytime other than the. f One of the vositive WIt numbers of anglers," said Joe for June or September, an-about owning a fis i Ferreira, the DFG's Fishing glers must possess a valid ! i in the City erdinatr fr 2001 sprt fishing license' cease is that YU kn rw' the Sacramento area. "People priced this year for Califor- contributing to the sta_ are fishing all over the state, nia residents at $29-40. jor fish, fish habitat ter quality conse l so we'll be stocking heavily Short-term licenses are also funds," FerreiraL - Photo 0y AIicia Higbee all over the state just to keep available for residents'and through the purchaS "dl Eight Greenville students received an All-League selection in spring sports. Pictured, UPDozensWith theofdemand."free fishing day rates.nnresidents at reduced ceases that muche from left: Trevor Beatz (golf), Chris Preston (baseball), coach Dan Brown (golf), activities throughout Calffor- Anglers who have taken up programs are fund, / li how we can rotect Nathanlel Bond (baseball), Ryan Meacher (MVP-baseball), Tony Charbonaier (golf),nia are planned by the DFG, the activity seriously can P Cindy McEIhaney (softball), August Wagner (baseball), coach Jon Heinz (softball), and sporting and angling as- now save on their license dol- habitat and the wate ' -" Raymond Robinson (baseball), ann coach Jeremy Grace (baseball). sociations. The departmentlar by purchasing a lifetime and enhance fishing." 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