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T~..~ .Wml _ , ProgfeSs~, Record, Reporter Wednesday, July 25, 2001 lC Kids Page Q Hike of the Week C ooters aim to win meet e'athttsiasts participat- Digger Days with a at the Indian Val- , ting Club range last class- were held rifles, pistols, muz- and shotguns. z of each class were eat. OVerall winner of the McVeigh who Buck Knife by tak- l lace in five events. P was Torn Teeter who but lost earned McVeigh. Rile s two one-pound Y' Jerky. Wet r and Ron Avila - ue e :ent' which featured fOOters who had come .=,jl as far as Chico and also corn- Fred Krueger and rifle open event, taking home steak and bacon. Avila started the meat shoots in 1997 and has helped build up the facilities at the shooting range. New targets have been installed for this year along with a new 10-sta- tion sporting clays range. Ri- fle targets are steel chickens at 100 yards out, and pistol targets are placed at 50 yards out. The event has grown in popularity over the past sev- eral years. The next meat shoot will be held August 12 from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. and everyone is wel- Come. Prizes will be steak, ba- con, salami, chicken, jerky and cheese. A $2 entry fee per shooter goes to the top gun prize, but is waived for shoot- ers 65 and over or 10 and un- der. Kids are always welcome if accompanied by an adult. Brmdon a X -your-oid shooting event dudng Gold m from Quincy, looks down the scope mgpr pay vdnn buef Je . of his .22 rifle. Kirk took Photos by Shannon Morrow first In the Idds' .22 co :eatretes on Ms release at the Days Imree h. tourney. McCutcheon built Club Into what It Is today. Wemlng "Gree ville 2001" team shirt, piaye from tim Heaven's Best softball team out of Vacavllle winds up to hit the bail. 32 softball teams come By $lmnnon :now When 32 softball teams flooded Greenville for the Gold Digger Days mens soft- ball tournament July 21-22, Indian Valley struck it rich. "It's big," said Ed Souza, who has been officiating at the tournament since it start- ed 25 years ago. "The bars make a lot of money and restaurants clean up." With hundreds of players from as far as Oregon, motels and campgrounds were full and many local businesses were kept busy with cus- tomers. The popularity of the tour- nament makes it such a suc- cess. Because it's so well or- ganized and in such a great location, it's considered one of the best softball tourna- ments in Northern Callfor- nla. The Ozzies, a team from Chico, went undefeated (6-0) and won the tournament. The second-place team, Heaven's Best, was from Vacaville. Of the eight local teams that competed, Qulncy's E.P.A. did the best with a 3-2 record. After winning its first game and losing Its second game, E.P.A. advanced through the losers bracket with three more wins before finally being eliminated. Chester's Seneca, Chester's Hounds and Quincy's Jerks No. 2 each went 2-2 in the tournament. Seneca defeated Quincy's Bone Dry (who fin- ished with a 1-2 record) in the second round of the winners bracket. Quincy's Stoneys al- so Finished 1-2. Greenville's one team, Mt. Huff, lost its first two games but then got a win in the con- solation bracket. Men w enable Indian Valley to host sion, while in the A2 Division major tournaments such asOthai Rippetoe took in'st and Digger Days the class championships or Dave Sehuler took second. tour- the state championships. In the A3 Division, Leeroy it was played The Indian Valley Horse- Lassiter took first place and COUrts that were Shoe Club organized the fast Don Ellison came in second. than pegs dri. sanctioned league of the sev- Harry Begay took first place ground. Last en western states. This in- and Marshall Merino took cel- creased the number of play. second place in the A4 Divi- Year on 15 ers at the tournaments and sion. Pits complete the level of competition. Now On the 30-foot pits, Leldon Lcalkwaysand participants come from all Day captured first and kboards in around Northern California Doreen Elkins finished sec- and Nevada. ond in the A1 Division. the "The competition is incred- Then on Sunday, Joe White and for- ible," said Yocum. "So many won first place and John of the Indian good pitchers come to this Sylvester took second place Club is pri- tournament." Many of the in the A1 Division on the 40- 'nSible for the players have said that this is foot pits. Robert Gillette and Ray Elkins took tirst and sec- their favorite tournament to ond respectively in the A2 Di- legend. He PlaYin" vision, while Don Ellison has kept it Different round-robin tour- took f'irst and Leeroy Lassiter Years," naments were held on Satur- earned second in the A3 Divi- the new day and Sunday during Gold sion. him, Digger Days, where pitchers In the A4 Division, Gary have everdecided to throw either 40 or Stephens took first and Harry r __. treeav 50 shoes a game. Begay finished second. Nor- ille Chamber of Saturday, on the 40-foot ma Patterson captured first txct: l ita opes another set pits, John Sylvester took first place and Landon Merino be added for a place and Carl Newsom tooktook second place in the A5 ,, This would second place in the A1 Divi- Division. www.dragongolf.com Hole Of The Week Number 3 -Simplicity" As you approach the elevated tees of Hole #3 of the Dragon, you are struck by its devastating beauty. Completely set before you, it is the essence of its name-'SimpticRy". Your secondary evaluation of this gentle dogleg right, Par 4,400 yard hole, starts your heart pumping. The magnificent stands of ponderosa and Jeffrey pines tighten around you like the claws of the Dragon. Your fast challenge is to avoid the jaws of the Dragon, two deep natural swales that you can get lost in forever. You can be a hero by playing to the left side of the fairway along the Dragon's sp/ne which guarantees you safe approach to the over- sized green which the Dragon has fortified by deep cluster bunkem. The best things in life should be so simple. 1.530-832-4887