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6C Wednesday, June 25, 2014 Bulletin, Record, Progressive, Reporter James Wilson Sports Editor sports@plumasnews.com The fish were jumping, and biting, Father's Day weekend at Lake Davis. J&J Grizzly Store and Camping Resort held its annual Father's Day Fishing Derby on June 14 - 15 and swarms of anglers took to the lake. The derby attracted 69 participants in total, half of which stayed to fish both days: The derby was used as a fundraiser to purchase water rescue equipment for the Eastern Plumas Rural Fire Protection District. In total, the derby raised roughly $1,500 for the district. Firefighters from the district were on hand selling hamburgers and hot dogs, and the proceeds from the sales also went toward purchasing the new water rescue equipment. Awards were handed out to the top three anglers both Saturday and Sunday. The largest fish were calculated with a combination of weight and length. On Saturday, Dana McKinney caught the biggest fish, followed by John DaCosta and Greg Williams. On Sunday, Larry Tristano placed first, with Chris Bronken and Marvin Cochran coming up behind him. Overall, Bronken placed first, followed These lucky fishermen show off the prizes they won at Lake Davis' annual fishing derby over Father's Day weekend, put on by J&J Grizzly Store and Camping Resort. From left: Eastern Plumas Rural Fire Protection District Chief Bob Frank, John DaCosta, Dana McKinney, Chris Baro, Dylan Baro, Chase Baro, Trinity and Zachary Presley and J&J Grizzly Store owner Jeanne Graham. Photo by Quentin Graham by McKinney and DaCosta. caught. The average size fish was 19.5 In the Dad and Me category, Chris inches, compared to last year's average Baro and his son Dylan caught the of 16 - 18 inches. According to derby biggest fish Satffrday, and Trinity organizers, the fish in Lake Davis are Presley and his son Zachary got the certainly getting bigger. award Sunday. The J&J Grizzly Store owners thank The owners of J&J Grizzly Store the various businesses that donated reported lots of 2- to 3-pound fish items for the drawing. * DOG BOARDING FACILITY * State-of-the-art facility for your pet, offering climate controlled indoor runs with a year-round fenced outdoor exercise yard. Open from 10 am to 4 pm, Mon. thru Sat. (530) 832-4727 Proceeds from the boardingfacili~ benefit the High Sierra Rescue operation. What's happening? My name is Maxx and I'm a 3-year-old male Black Lab mix. I Howdy!! My name is Java. I am a three and a half year old female Lab mix. Of have LOTS of energy. I love to run, swim, play and run some more. l'm also quite the course, like any other lab I am really friendly, outgoing and enjoy staying active. chatterbox and will talk to you; especially when I think I should have your attention. I really enjoy meeting new people and dogs. One of my best traits is that I love to I knbw I could use some positive training to learn how to focus and get my listening please those around me and will do my best to off skills down. I get along with all ages of people my listening skills. My favorite past time is and will keep you on your toes. Please drop in to playing ball and I am in need of a new partner. So visit me at High Sierra Animal Rescue. We can come on down to High Sierra Animal Rescue. and go for a walk, or a run! let's play some ball. Ma~ Breed: Retriever, Labrador Mix Breed: Retriever, Labrador Mix Age: 3 Years Gender: Male Age: 3.8 years Gender: Female Color: Black Altered: Yes Color: Black/Choco Altered: Yes Size: Large Ref. #2574 Size: Large Ref. #'2139 Current on shots Current on shots- Java Plumas 832-5208 den CA. LIC #405176 283-1605 740 E. Sierra Ave. Portola, Ca 96122 530-832-5512 Mobile: AMBERT 530-251-3815 LIC.# 0637356 kirk @ lambertnlambert.com Soda Fountain and Gift Shop Mark Smith * Broker & O,xner Pa, es Real Estate & V~ Rentals Office: 530-8364)444 Mobile: 775-229-3913 Fax: 530-836-1418 DRE License #01306367 High Sierra is looking for ] [ FOSTER HOMESFOR SPECIAL Bruce Hollis Lee, D.D.S. General Dentistry NEEDS DOGS AND DOG WALKERS who need some extra special care, 181 Gulling, Portola call Dan at 832-4727 832-446 1 Racing heats up at American Valley Speedway The Saturday night races was the first of a four-race mini series of IMCA Modifieds at Quincy and Susanville, and a fundraiser to help pay the medical bills of burn victim, David Beavers. The Rainbow Girls donated 50 percent of the raffle ticket sales. All of the races had the spectators guessing the winner as if they were in another raffle. In the Hobby Stock Class Dan Diaz started last in the main to win the checkered flag. The other races had spectators wondering who take the checkered. In the beginning of the Hobby Stock Race, it appeared that Dennis Johnson and Dan Ramsey were the hot drivers of the night. Each had won their heat race. Joe Blackwell and Dave Woods were the other favorites. The will of Dan Diaz took the checkered flag and moved up in the points standing. The development of the Hobby Stock Class has been improving every race and providing the spectators with thrilling races. The local competition between Quincy and Portola is an added attraction. The Pure Mini Stock main had Lance Bain nipping at the feathers of Lary Whitebird who could get away down the straights. They separated themselves from other three cars. Joe Wood led the others. The finishing order was the same in the heat race and the main. Whitebird was in AT THE SPEEDWAY LARRY F. DOUGLAS Contributor American Valley Speedway first with Bain in second. Wood was in third with Colby Russell in fourth and Micah Jacobs on fifth. The Main event of the IMCA Modified began with a surprise. The 25-lap race was more than expected. Veteran Bill Pearson who was in the pole position left the track with a broken shock before completing the start. Richard Papenhausen who looked determined to cash in on his sponsor's investment in the mini series ended up in eleventh place. Matt Murphy became the driver to beat with Chase Nieman in hot pursuit. Jeff Olschowka would take third. Will Zinn took fourth with Erica Buhr in fifth. Top contenders like Bobby Higgins and Chris Nieman finished on the infield of the track with broken spirits for this race. Three races are left to lift their spirits with a share of a $2500 purse for the points winners. The next race in Quincy is July 26. For more information checkout our Facebook, or log on to americanvalleyspeedway.co m, or call 530-283-2175. 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