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2C Wednesday, July 11,2001 ~ogress~w Bulletin, Progres~ :i!!i!! Six local football players attended a noted football training camp. left: Devin Wilcox, Byron Williams Kris Ddscoll, Darien Beaty, Jason Beau Blanton. Photo submitted Pictured, from KurpJuwdt and Four football players from College in Southern Califor- camp, Beaty, Blanton and Quincy High School and two nia. Dr. Hayes is an NFL ref- Wilcox worked out as re- from Greenville High School eree, wearing the number 125 ceivers. Driscoll, Quincy's JV attended the 38th annual on his pinstripe, quarterback last season, quarterback and receiver Of the six players from worked out at both the quar- teaching camp June 21-24. Plumas County attending the terback and receiver posi- Quincy's Kris Driscoll, Ja- camp, Greenville's Williams tions. son Kurpjuweit, Darren was the only senior. Williams Quincy's Kurpjuweit Beaty and Beau Blanton, and led the Feather River League played varsity ball as a sopho- Greenville's Byron Williams in passing last year, throwing more last season at the line- and Devin Wilcox. attended for 1,315 yards and 15 touch- backer position. At the camp, the camp in Thousand Oaks. downs and completing 52 per- Kurpjuweit worked out at the The camp was founded by cent of his throws, quarterback position. Dr. Will Hayes. a professor of physical education, who Driscoll, Beaty and Blanton During the four-day camp, passed away in April. The (of Quincy) and Wilcox (ofthe players attended nine camp is now run by his son, Greenville) will be moving up field sessions and six meet- Dr. Laird Hayes, a professor from their respective junior ings, improving their skills and coach at Orange Coast varsity squads. During theand gaining experience. Dick Fearing, assistant golf as a United States Air Force professional at Graeagle officer and pilot. He was the Meadows Golf Course, recent- first assistant at Woodcreek ly completed the Professional Golf Course in Roseville for Golfer's Association (PGA) of two years, before taking over America Golf Professional as the tournament director at Training Program. Whitney Oaks Golf Course in During a PGA checkpoint Rocklin. held in Costa Mesa, FearingLast year, he served as tin'st completed the third and final assistant at the Feather River level of a comprehensive pro- Inn Golf Course before mov- gram designed to prepare par- trig over to Graeagle this sea- ticipants for PGA member- son. Dick has extensive tour- ship and careers in the golf nament operations and teach- industry, ing experience in over six His final experience presen- years in the business. He may tation was entitled "Partner- be reached in Graeagle at ing for Success--a guide for 836-2323. golf tournament development. Dick and his wife, Ellen, Having completed all other have just moved into their experience requirements, henew home in Clio. Ardent was elected to PGA Class A golfers and outdoor people, membership on June 15, 2001. they are enthusiastic about Fearing embarked upon his living in Phmas County and professional golf career after anxious to become active in a distinguished 24-year career the community. Fe tng The Central Phmas Recre- Feather River College fields, rewarding ation and Park District Fundamental ball handling youth while tl (CPRPD) has announced the skills, such as dribbling, pass- new skills opening of the registration ing and shooting, will be deeper period for the 2001 Youth Soc- taught, as well as offensive game," cer Camp. The youth soccer and defensive game strategy, Re camp, which will be led by according to CPRPD Admin- will take coaches and members of the istrator Jim Boland. Camp office Chico State soccer teams, is participants will be divided ground Rd. open to boys and girls 7-17 into separate training groups marion abouti years of age. based on age, size and skill Soccer The camp begins on Morl- level, youth soccer day, July 30, and will contin- ue through Friday, August 3, "'The youth soccer camp is the from 9 a.m. to noon, at the designed to provide a fun and at 283-3278. raHmlgle Meadows Women's Golf Club The heat and humidity Ju- ly 5 did not "flag" the Indepen- dence Day spirits of the mem- bers of the Graeagle Meadows Women's Golf Club, playing in a point par format. That determined fervor of the American Revolution was amply demonstrated in their scores. In this point par sys- tem, one point was awarded for a net par, two points were awarded for a net birdie and three points for a net eagle. The results were as fol- lows: Flight one: First place with 23 points was Edie Hein; second place was a three-way tie, at 19 points, between Lu- cille Buchholtz, Carol Miller and Priscilla Piper. Flight two: First place with 20 points was "d" Fisher; sec- On Sunday, July 22, at 9:30 a.m., a shotgun trap shoot for those 16 years and under will take place at the Westwood ri- fle and pistol club. The club will supply the ammo and clays, and shot- guns will be available to use. It is required that the youth be accompanied by a respon- sible adult. Strict compliance wit range rules and com- mands is expected. The club will have instructors avail- able. For more information, call John at 256-2ff9. ? ond place with 19 points wasSecond fli |I Gigi McClure; third place Kathy Rideou with 18. points was Judy Sue Capie; thi Meagher. on Sansone. i Flight three: First place Third fligh ' with 18 points was Mary Min Kramer;$ Welsh; second place was a Jan Owen; two-way tie, at 17 points, be- Trammel. tween JudY Serpilio and Betty Siler. Mt Huff Golf On June Flight four: First place for partners with 20 points was Adria first place went --- Howatt; second place with 18 and Rita Marshl!s an points was Molly Magee; third place with 16 points was Mary Canine. Two pairin his ond place: Irma ais c, Sorosinski spll-Ie li Lake Almanor Country Club McElman and of The July 5 tournament was The chip-inWen a low net, black mark game.Leo Sorosinski. * . The winners are as follows:Je cir First flight: first place, There was ber, Geri Simonini; second place, play for the wOlan Leona Higgins; third place,The next will I bit e Carol McDonald. on July 11. 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