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Community News Wednesday, July 25, 2001 8A I a Quincy resident by a bear at one recent morning, to investigate. So, on a bathrobe, and High Street and up Street she followed until she momentar- of him. Then he was in front of a large sack of mouth. He saw reared up, garbage and ran _rnia Department of udge ll Game Warden Bill repn sn't recommend do- er. the woman did. _Percent of the time Will run away; it's 10 Percent you need il"lh abou vm" explained that a bear is a wild animal and wild animals are unpre- dictable. "They can attack," he said. Most often, they will attack over food, or if a per- son comes between a sow and her cubs. "The mothers are very pro- tective of their young," he said. For example, Peters said he is aware of a sow and her two cubs who are frequenting a Lake Almanor PG&E camp- ground. "People need to stay away from them," he said. Peters said he gets calls al- most daily about bear sight- ings, and he blames it on garbage. "If people don't leave food out, we won't see black bears," he said. Peters said that, no matter the color locally, all of the bears that people are report- ing are black bears. ~:r residents and Who are interested to create an Indi- Building Depart- re invited to bring and com- SPecial meeting 31, at 7 p.m., in Hall. arrangements for a raeeting had to be re than three it, Indi- ty Ser- directors took to form their department Y, uniform COdes for build-. ig, mechanical ago, director )rought the after receiv- about permit the building his Own problems with the county building de- partment, as well. Back then, the county was about 12 weeks behind, and plans were shipped out to Sacramento for approval, ac- cording to Delizio. Now, three years later, Delizio is ready to head up the new Indian Valley Build- ing Department. He has gathered together all the necessary paperwork and talked to some residents who are qualified to be in- spectors and approve plans, at least one of whom also had problems with the county building department. People who live within the Indian Valley Ambulance Service Authority bound- aries, which includes Indian Falls and other outlying ar- eas of the valley, will be able to take advantage of this new, local building department. Residents and contractors will also have access to their library of building codes. For more information, call 284-7224. Photo submitted The Quincy Boy's Major All-Star team made it to the District 48 championship game. Front row, from left: Stef Johnson, Michael Tucker, Josh Nolan, Jack Kuipers, Joe Ellison and Bryan Stokes. Middle row, from left: Ben Ricks, Nick Maciel, Alien Gruner, Muir Morrison, Kyle Hemsley, Jace Howard and Jacob Hedrick. Back row, from left: coach Grog Grunor, manager Russ Morrison and coach Ray Hemsley. Quincy' Boy's Major Little League team met Susanville's team Saturday, July 14, in Bieber to settle the District 48 Championship and deter- mine which team would ad- vance to the sectional tourna- ment in Eureka, July 21. Quincy started the day with a 4-1 record, having eliminated Burney, Modoc, and Feather River the previ- ous week. Susanville found itself at 3-0, needing on- ly to defeat Quincy once, while Quincy needed to de- feat Susanville twice in order to advance. In the first game at 3:30 in the afternoon, Quincy jumped out to an early 8-0 lead behind the strong pitch- ing of Allen Gruner and a three-run homer by Kyle Hemsle; " in the third, Su- sanville's bats came alive in the bottom of the third and they made it 8-4 on a home run by Buck Cenotti. Quincy's Jacob Hedrick slugged a homer in Quincy's fourth inning to make it 10-4. Susanville added a run in their fourth to make it 10-5, until the sixth when they ral- lied for fbur runs Ben Ricks came in to get the save for Quincy with the final score of 10-9. Quincy's win forced a 7 p.m. game to determine the District 48 winner. Quincy had been jumping out to ear- ly leads throughout the tour- nament, and did it again by scoring two in the top of the first with a bases loaded clutch hit by Hemsley. Su- sanville answered with four runs in the bottom of the first and one in the second to make it 5-2. Quincy's Bryan Stokes made it 5-4 with a ba :s loaded stroke in Quincy's third inning. In Quincy's fourth, a lead-off double by Josh Nolan and a single by Ricks, a walk to Hedrick set the table for Muir Morrison to send Quincy ahead 6-5 with a sharp single up the middle. But, always battling, Susanville pounded out nine hits off Quincy pitchers in the bottom of the fourth to make it 14-6 for Susanville. "Our boys played their hearts out and it was one of those innings where I shoul- da-coulda-oughta have done it different and given them a better shot," said Quincy manager Russ Morrison. Quincy never quit, howev- er, and staged a two-out rally in the sixth with two more RBIs by tlemsley, making the final score 14-8, and allowing Susanville to advance to the Sectional Tournament with a 4-1 record. Quincy finished at 5-2 For the tournament, Ricks led Quincy in RBIs with ll, followed by ttemsley with 13 and Hedrick, Morrison, and Nick Maciel each with seven. Maciel led the team in dou- bles with four. Hemsley led in homers with two, and Ricks, Hedrick and Nolan with one each. Among Quincy's starting players, Stefan Johnson, Nolan, Hedrick, Ricks, and Hemsley all batted at or overA00 with 15 .or more at bats, while Jace Howard col- lected five hits in 11 plate ap- pearances, to lead a strong bench. Nolan, Hemsley and Howard led with on base per- centages of over .700. 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