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Bulletin, Record, Progressive, Reporter Wednesday, July 1, 2015 3C Former FRC player competes at FIFA World Cup Spain's Veronica Boquete (No. 9) and Brazil's Thaisa Moreno, a soccer player at Feather River College during the 2007-08 season, head the ball during the FIFA Women's World Cup first-half soccer game 'action in Montreal, Canada, on Saturday, June 13. Photo courtesy Paul Chiasson, AP/The Canadian Press QHS cheer raising money for season The Quincy High School football cheerleaders hold a bake sale and yard sale on Saturday, June 27, at various locations throughout Quincy. From left: Claire Coelho, Rebecca Leonhardt and Audrey Van Huff are manning the bake sale stand. The team needs to raise $7,000 in the next two weeks and is seeking donations from the community. To help, call head coach Marcy DeMartile at 370-0657. Photo submitted GOLF, from page2C continued their winning followed by John and Judy ways coming in with the low Lullo with 61. The Women's included an extra stroke score 59. Mr. and Mrs. KenClub followed the golf by taken off their tournament Hattich were second with 61, hosting the men for cocktails, score. Two Person Best Ball along with Chuck and Ann dinner and fun at the was the game for the day. Pratt. Flight No. 2 was won Graeagle Picnic Grounds. From the white tees, Jim by Dink and Dave Rife with a The Monday Madness Reynolds and Karen Frazer nice 57. Coming in second crowd played a game of In took first with a 58 while Mr. was Jeff and Patty Monaghan The Box. Joel Patterson and and Mrs. Tom Fackelman with 62. Flight No. 3 saw Ken Stevenson took first with took second with 62. Irt the Gary Kinkley and Annie a 70, followed by Jim Oster first Combo Tee Flight, Steve Fischer record the and Lorraine Cornish with 71 Harding and Priscilla Piper tournament low score of 54and George Frazer and Holly Anderson with 75. Plumas Pines By Wednesday, the heat Women's Golf Club was on. But not enough to Plumas Pines Women's Golf keep Marv Pierce out of the Club had a fun play day on winner's circle. His 64 was Tuesday, June 23. The game good for another first place was Best Net Ball of Partners. tie with Gary Kinkley for low The play day winners were: net. Randy Peterson was Flight 1: first place: Bev Parry third with 67. Larry Meeks, and Judy Ross:, 62; second Norm Nichols, Gary Kinkley place: Prisciila Piper and and Wally Walker took a skin Sharon Russell, 63; Flight 2: while Randy Peterson took first place: Jackie Luckey and two skins. Patty Rohman, 56; second place: Lana Janovick and Mary Peters, 60. Nancy Bartlett, Mary Blaylock, Jackie Luckey and Mary Peters each scored a chip in. To have your golf results and club news included in this weekly section, email the information to by Friday at 3p.m. RANCH ALMANOR Wt GOLF ~C:~URSE July 5th Major League Special : 18 Holes W/Cart and Hot Dog Lunch Major League Special: 9 :Holes W/Cart and Hot Dog Lunch (soda & Chips) $55.00 (soda & Chips) $42,00" FRIDAY, JULY ,51- SUNDAY, AUGUST 2, 2015 Come to Nakoma for a once in a lifetime opportunity to work with a teacher of golf professionals! Tony Martinez, one of the top-ranked golf instructors in the United states and tour player Rich Barcelo come to Nakoma for 3 days of instruction. Learn the secrets of tour players Experience a hands-on interactive teaching style Short-game and long-game clinics for men and women of oil levels Junior clinic for all levels SPACE IS LIMITED, MAKE RESERVATIONS TODAY PLEASE CALL 530-322-3333. i t