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R~d, Re0orter Wednesday, Aug 1, 2001 1C [] Insido Section Hike of the Week Sports Clinics C In sled rides, dragging teammate behind them with rope. helped high school teams get Jump on this season. pr 200 football plyers and 16 (m mhes rewesentlng nine Organizers expect the to keep growing, and hope more The foetball mp Mrred by Feather teams partl(dpetad In this year's teams will take advantage of it. By ~ Mowow ing his childhood. SO0rts f:s f "I'd like to see Quincy's The nine teams that attend- varsity out here," said Lock- ed Feather River College's wood. "There's lots of teams football camp last week will in our league that are passing begin this season with a deft- teams." Lockwood played nit edge over their rivals, freshman and JV football for The five-day camp, in itscoach Steve Cokor, and cited third year at FRC, provided coaches Paul Whiting and teams with invaluable experi- Red Powell as being his two ence not normally seen until most influential role models. regular.season games. With three daily sessions "We were given game situs- totaling six hours of football tions that we wouldn't have each day for five days, the gotten otherwise," said Quin- teams drilled in full pads cy Junior varsity coach Tom with controlled contact to Goss. "We got the good expe- avoid injuries. Sessions in- rience of live action. You cluded warm-ups, offensive can't duplicate that. We'Ll get and defensive position drills, a good Jump on the competi- group and team times, goal tion." Quincy's JV squad was line sessions, trench wars the only local team to take ad- and challenge periods. Then vantage of the camps, at night motivational speech. The varsity and Junior vat- es were given. sity teams from Fernley, Yet- "It's been a great camp for tngton, Dayton and Soldad all the teams," said Dave were the other teams to ben- Hart, the coach at Fernley fit from the camp. They were High School and facilitator of exposed to valuable drills and the camp. "It's a great time good competition that they for teams to bond together otherwise wouldn't have got- and learn some football." ten. A football team from Moa- "This camp was invaluablepa Valley High School (a to us," said coach Jimmy triple-A school)attended the Lockwood, who heads camp two years ago and went $oledad's football program, on to win its state champi. "There's nothing that can re- onship, added Hart. place this. We would haveCamp attendance has risen been way behind." by almost 70 percent this Lockwood, in his first year year, and is expected to con. at Soledad, has brought in a tinue growing over the next new offense defense to several years. his team. He was previously "We've seen vast improve- coaching at Monterey Penin- ments in all the teams that sula College, and lived in Quincy for several years dur. See Camp, page 4C I raws whistles signal Ranae Barron and Gavin Kasey Camp: 25 yd. free, o approach Locke each began swimmingnew B time; 25 yd. back, new After one on the team in the 6-and-un- B time, mount the tier division. Over the years, Taylor Hall: 25 yd. free, Starter says, both have taught and encour, eighth place; 100 I.M., eighth and each aged many of the younger place; 25 yd. breast, twelfth y as- swimmers, guided them place; 25.yd. back, eighth to begin the through meets, and been aplace; 26 yd. fly, ninth place; friend to all. This year, they 50 yd. free, sixth place. for two days, are also the assistant coach- Manda Howard: 25 yd. from 16 es. back, tenth place; 60 yd. free, Ugh 70 events,Tom and May Locke will al- eighth place. lltiple heats,so be retiring from the team Kristen Keener: 25 yd. free, their familiesthis year. OriginaLly, seeding, twelfth place. in the scoring, and the writing of 9-10 girls Many awards was done manually.Jessica Beatty: 50 yd. free, The Lockes put everything on new B time. some at the computer and ran it for 16 Brittany Beson: 50 yd. Some stay in years. The team and visitors free, sixth place, new B time; it is an op- extended their thanks and ap- 100 I.M., ninth place, new B Only to swim, preciation to the Lockes at time; 50 yd. breast, second mini-vacation the invitational, place. The results of the QuincyCarmen Fregulia: 60 yd. -in began at 7Invitational were as follows: free, tenth place; 100 I.M., Was, available6 and under girls twelfth place; 50 yd. breast, is year Tori Beeson: 25 yd. free,seventh place; 60 yd. back, Christian fifth place, eleventh place; 60 yd. fly, Conces- Brittany Cash: 25 yd. free, ninth place; 100 yd. free, in the seventh place, eighth place. The addi- Miriam Marquez: 25 yd. Whitney Hall: 100 I.M., has been a free, eighth place, eleventh place; 50 yd. breast, which is ap- 8 and under girls first; 50 yd. fly, ninth place; Offi- Joanne Amos: 26 yd. free,100 yd. free, ninth place. at the meet new B time; 25 yd. breast, Stacy Howell: 60 yd. free, Care of by thefifth place, new B time; 25 yd. new B time. Ooth, which back, eleventh place, new B Courtney Jackson: 60 yd. day to time. back, fourth place; 50 yd. fly, Bailey Beeson: 26 yd. free, eighth place, new B time; 100 the final In- ninth place, new B tI.M.e; 25 yd. free, fifth place. of Quincy's yd. back, eighth place, new B Swimmers. time. See Invite, pnge A im, lmmm' mlmlmtMg In tll@ Imlllot Itm, fill up wltlt wetw. Photo t vk:tn uet etmlm mmm to W tim 'md of tim Peel bltfm p to W about to get wet. The Quincy Swim Invltatlomd, whi took plmm 3SO swimmers between the ages of five and old. 0 i i I Hole Of The Week Number 4 "Faith" Sumdins hish on tho tram of "Faith", looking down into the Drag- on's piny4Foun~ the wild and S~nic Feather River winds curva- ~ously and sinuously. The river canyon looks, as ff the Dragon has cut its dup canyonl over ~nmriw. A Hero must have faith and trust in his judgement when choosing which club to turn for this par 4, 316 yard hole. A hook is certain to end up as the Dmlpm's prize down in the canyon and a slice will certainly put you in danger in the woods. Only with a well placed tee shot can you reach the green in one. Over shooting the green holds yet another surpri~, a hidden bunker and a steep ravine. Only the pure of heart will muter "Faith". 1.$30-832-4887 ...... ^ from