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2C Wednesday, June 18, 2014 Feather River rodeo heads to national finals James Wilson Sports Editor w • sP0rts@plumasnews.com €, Right now, members of the men's and women's rodeo teams out of Feather River College are giving ittheir all in Casper, Wyoming. The team started competition last Suffday in the College National Finals Rodeo and will compete through June 21. FRC went into the finals with quite a few accomplishments already taken care of. The men's team placed second in the West Coast Region, just slightly behind Cal Poly. The women's team placed first, marking the first year it topped the men's team in the standings. Going into the finals, FRC looked pretty competitive. The men's team was ranked sixth overall, against teams from much larger schools with much bigger budgets. The women's team was ranked 10th. Some FRC hopefuls include Grant Denny, ranked third in the nation for bareback riding. Courtney Wood was ranked in the top 10 in the nation in both goat tying and women's all-around. Kara Kohutek was ranked fourth in breakaway roping, and Quin Hundsdorfer was ranked eighth. Last year, the FRC men's team was ranked fourth in the nation and placed first in the West Coast Region, but slipped in the finals rodeo to finish 48th overall. Everything that could've possibly gone wrong did. In a pre-rodeo interview with FRC head coach Jesse Segura, the coach expressed a deeper level of hubris going into the competition. "Our teams should do good, but we'll see how it goes," said Segura. "We'rejust going to take it one round at a time. We had ome tough luck last year, but everyone seems to be in shape and healthy this year." Prior to the CNFR, Denny competed in some pro rodeos and placed high, even winning men's overall in the E1 Paso rodeo• If this is any indication, the teams from FRC should do just fine. To find out how FRC places in nationals, see next week's Sports and Recreation section. Bulletin, Record, Progressive, Reporter. : Feather River College bareback rider Grant Denny demonstrates his holding power at last year's College National Finals Rodeo in Casper, Wyoming. FRC is at it again, competing with the best of the best through this saturday. Denny came into the competition ranked third in the nation. Results from the rodeo finals will be in next week's Sports and Recreation section. Photo courtesy Leah Millis, Casper Star-Tribune Plumas grads requested 000000atchin9 of Hexa9 enia " for alumni football game 0000ayfi,ies attracts fish Alumni football games in Greenville, Portola and hatch is usually around July Sometimes I think it is just jiill ;ii N The last time an alumni game took place in Quincy, 1the old Trojans take the trophy after beating Portola. Interest in an alumni game has bnce again , surfaced: Photo submitted Plumas County are in the process of being planned out, but players who graduated from Quincy, Portola, Greenville and Chester's high schools are needed for the fffn events to take place. Those who wish that they could play football one more time will have their wish granted. Gridiron Alumni is planning several full-contact alumni football games• Gridiron Alumni travels tle nation Pitting old football rivals against each other one more time. Hundreds of players and thousands of fans swarm stadiums to watch their hometown heroes strap it on one more time. • Gridiron Alumni is targeting teams like Quincy, Chester. Players from the local area are invited to register and play. The first 40 players on each team get to play. The team that gets 30 people registered first gets home-field advantage. Games are set for the spring and summer. Go to gridironalumni.com to register. To ask questions, call Chris at 410-6396 or go to the website. Gridiron Alumni was founded in 2010 and has raised over $260,000 for schools and charities using alumni football games as a • fundraising vehicle. Gridiron Alumni football has changed lives and communities, and given thousands of men their spark back, says the organization• California Sister Nursery Located at 29186 Highway 70 near Twain, about 2 miles west of the ,Greenville Y, or call 925-783-2913 URGENT NEWS IF YOU USED TESTOSTERONE HEART ATTACK or STROKE? California Sister Nursery at The Hot Springs 29186 Hwy 70, Twain, CA *Just 20 minutes West of Quincy* Trees, Shrubs Specializing i California Sister Nursery at The Hot Springs " 29186 Hwy 70, Twain, CA  'Just2OminutesWestofQufncy* . 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Box 79Ł1, Westwood, CA • 258-3115 135 Main Street, Chester, CA • 258-3115 100 Grand Ave., Susanville, CA • 257-5321 ll0000mt0u nmtn 96 E. Sierra (Hwy 70), Portola, CA • 832-4646 Michael Condon Staff Writer mcondon@plumasnews.com "Don't tell fish stories wherethe people know you; but particularly, don't tell them where they know the fish." --Mark Twain The big news this time of year is always the Hexagenia mayflies. These huge and beautiful yellow mayflies are not found in many part of California. But they are becoming a big attraction in Plumas County. They are found in parts of the Midwest in numbers sufficient to inspire a Hitchcock movie when they splatter windshields and crunch underfoot. But it is very different here. Hexagenia are large, beautiful and graceful mayflies that occur in only a few places ir our state and in numbers that stimulate amazing fish feeding rather than Hitchcock movies• Hexagenia begin hatching in mid-June: The peak of the 4, although I would expect them to be a bit early this year. Until last year Lake Almanor and Butt Lake were the only places Hexagenia were found• Last year there were several confirmed reports that they had stlccessfully moved to Lake Davis. Time will tell how well .they become established at Davis; but given the Hexagenia's preference for a muddy substrate in shallow water, there is every reason to believe that Lake Davis is prime habitat• This bodes very well for what is already an exceptional fishery. Lake Almanor Lake Almanor seems to have its own personality. Some lakes are easy to read. They are fairly predictable. But not Almanor. Almanor is fickle• You can fish one technique one day, or even a few days, and have an amazing time catching some beautiful fish. You can go back the very next day and do the exact same thing and come up empty• Almanor has been that . way for me for 30-some years• Studies show that using Testosterone products may significantly increase your risk of a heart attack, stroke, blod clots and death. If you or a loved one has suffered any of these injuries, call 1-SD0-THE-EAGLE now about making a claim for substantial monetary compensation. No fees or costs until y.our case is settled or won. We practice law only [ i] t A dzona, but associate with lawyers throughout the U.S.., I , GOLDBERG & OSBORNE t i, , wWW. 18OOtleeagle.com .all,]/le me. And then I talk to other anlers and find out it is pretty much the same for everybody. Everybody I know gets skunked at Almanor. But nobody has a bad day on the lake. Getting skunked gets under-reported; that is just the nature of us anglers• But those that are catching some fish are reporting some good action, according to Doug Neal, of Almanor Fishing Adventures• Doug spends enough time on Almanor that he probably gets skunked far less than the rest of us and he knows more about who is catching, fish and how they are Catching them. Doug reports good action off of Rocky Point, from Rec 1 to the A-Frame,and in the Big Springs area. But as I said, there are also reports of boats getting skunked at these same places. Suspended baits are working. Try crickets and mealworms a few cranks off the bottom• Trollers are doing well fishing half-crawlers behind dodgers and also with red • and gold Speedy Shiners. Anglers are catching some nice king salmon fishing anchovy • tails at the snag and at Big Springs. The salmon seem to move in and then leave so the spot that is hot one day is cold the next. The Hex hatch should be heating up now. 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