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Wednesday, 3uJy 25, 2001 3C [ (=am Portola is proud OUnce that Major instruction. The week-long soccer spec- SOCcer (MLS) will be tacular features fun, innova- 2 Portola Aug. 13-17. camp Sessions tire and exciting soccer games developed exclusively e" through MLS Camp's Thae Cost Kidriculum®, a child-cen- , 10 0 a.m. tered curriculum that is sen- ,]a.m.-noon $55 per pL sitive to both the physiologi- $88 per pl. cal and psychological needs Lc.amper will receive of each participant. ][ ridual player evalua- For more information re- . garding camp times and -ego gift, a soccer ball, prices, please contact Stacey and a free compan- Johnson at 832-1815. MLS wet to an MLS game. Camps are the official camp , ;nadc°aches may el- of both the American Youth MLS coach- Soccer Organization (AYSO) I1 p uri g the week of and Major League Soccer |mira of :--- (MLS), organizations corn- "ill Spee. e,rnati°nal mitted to developing and de- may. trainedlivering quality youth pro- Coacningsoc. grams. Hit the Internet , provides MLS and score at . '< / ..... ......... i P Photo submitted with 72 The Plumas Swim Team took sixm place overall at the Durham Invit onal. All of the swimmers between the lne SUmmer day each. winners .... Plumas bswlommers compete ialt Durham to M, ary In the late t970s, the - ' " tially infourth place. 13-14 boys ms, Carolyn Willhoit house and lawn area aroundmost of their individual 9-10 boys Taylor Stein: 100yd. breast, The sCOrer ad • " -ins wton..Chipjns the Quincy pool were com-events. D.J. Amos: 100 yd. I.M., sev- thirteenth place; 50 yd. fly, b .Barbara Rol- pleted. Swim team coach Bill Excellent performances enth place; 50 yd. breast,thirteenth place; 100 yd. free, Mary -Williams and Gregg approached parents were turned in by D.J. Amos, tenth place; 50 yd. free, ninth sixteenth place. rlene Thompson. Low with the idea of hosting an Joanne Amos, Erika Beaver,place; 50 yd. fly, fifteenth 15-18 girls aandica t oI nt_to Barbara RoI- invitational meet over the Carmen Fregulia, Kara Gate- place; 100 yd. breast, ninth Renee Barren: 400 yd. I.M., ']1 hich land witha32, winter. Team parents ly, Grant Ozanich, Conner place; o0 yd. back, sixth fifth place; 100 yd. I.M., sev- ............ planned, attended officials Roberts, and Stephanie Sosa: place, enth place; 50 yd. fly, sixth Mr. Club ..... clinics, secured a sanction The following are the teamGrant Ozanich: 0 yd. fly, place; 100 yd. free, seventh " e.sday scramble from Sierra Nevada Swim- results: seventh place; 100 yd. breast, place; 100 yd. back, seventh 18 had the following ruing, purchased awards, and 6 and under boys sixth place; 50 yd. back, firstplace; I00 yd. fly, fourth