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4N~ Wednesday, Aug. 1,2001 Football, Golf Bulletin, Progressive,4 Meadows some was used on the first Women's Golf Club six holes, two best balls on As anyone who has ever the next six holes and three played the game knows best balls on the last six (Tiger Woods included) golf holes. The winning four- can be a frustrating experi- somes were as follctws: enee. A round of par or better First place: Fran Smith, is an illusory goal and, like Doris Anders, Peggy Kepler the carrot on a stick, is for and Myrene Lang. most of us beyond our grasp. Second place tie: Linda Bil- A greater, less ephemeral gel Mary Canine, Kathy goal and one that must be Sipel and Lorraine Cornish achieved is a cure for breast (blind draw) tied with Betsy cancer. The Graeagle Mead- Shadrack, Marty Harvy, D. ows Women's Golf Club cele- Donaldson and L. Landa. brated Charity Day on July Third place: Jeannie Rein- 26 when the 30 members who hardt, Judy Serpilio, Lor- came to compete were invited raine Cornish and Gigi Mc- to contribute to the Susan G. Chre. Komen Breast Cancer Foun- After golf, everyone en- dation prior to the day's joyed a delicious lunch at the round of golf. The Komen Phmas Pines Longboards Foundation is the designated Restaurant. charity of the Pacific Worn- The women at Plumas en's Golf Association. Pines women's golf club The play of the day, it be- spent two weeks participat- ing the last Thursday of the ing in the Club Handicap month, was Ace of Aces with Tournament. The champion an added fillip of "field of this tourney was Annie shots." Field shots were cal- Meyer, with a total of 33 culated by subtracting the to- points. Other winners were: tal putts of a player from her First flight: first place, gross score. So in an ironic Kathy Sipel, 31 points; second twist, the greater the number place, Suzy Ellis, 30 points; of putts the better one's field third place, Priscilla Piper, 28 score. Also it must be re- points. called that previous months Second flight: first place, overall Ace of Aces winners Doris Anders, 30.5 points; may not repeat in succeeding second place, Carole Benson, months. Previous winners 29.5 points; third place, Betty may place in the flighted Gust, 29 points. field. Overall, the gross score Nino-too Niners Golf Club winner was Kathy Sipel with An odd-holes-only tourna- 94. Low net with a score or 65 ment was played on July 18. was Myrene Lang. Winners were: Flight one: Low gross with First flight: first place was a score of 86 was Priscilla Carol McDonald and Barbara Piper. Low net with 70 was Pescio with a tie; third, Carol Miller. Field shot win- Leona Higgins. net with 69 was Gloria Second flight: first place St.Germain. was Cathy Rideout; second Flight two: Low gross with was a tie with Anita Frank, a score of 102 was Gigi Mc- B.J. Huizer and Marion San- Clure. Low net with 71 was sone. Betty Siler. Field shot win- Third flight: first place was ner with 65 was Helene Jan Owen; second was a tie Spitzer. between Min Kramer and Flight three: Low gross Mary Jane Bagshaw; third with a score of 106 was Es- was Ruth Ann Smith. ther Rimbault. Low net with 69 was Mary Canine. Field Mt. Huff Golf Club :shot winner at 73 was Judy In the July 25 scramble, iClark, first place was Rita Marshall, !: Following the round, mem- A1 Brubaker, Jerry Hobbs !bets assembled at the home and Bill Tiffin. iof Lois Coffman for the annu. Second place was Dottle Football coaches Tom Goss (right) and learning experience for their players. All-Star game this Saturday By Dave Keller Staff Writer Four Phmas County ath- letes will play in this year's Lions Northern California All-Star Football Game in Redding Saturday night, Aug. 1, at 7 p.m. Justin Ward, who helped Portola High School win the Northern Section Division IV title, has been named to the squad as a linebacker. Greenville High S.c.hool's Nathaniel Bond, one of the best pass catchers in North. ern California the past two years, has been selected to the squad as a tight end. Fullback Gage Wade, of Chester High School, also has been named to the team. Quincy High School's Cliff Conover, who was the most valuable player of the Sacra- mento Valley League, will start at defensive end. All four of the players will participate on the south :al "Doe Dinner." The event is McDowell, John Hackett, i i a social gathering for an _Phil Rogers, Barbara Quam squad for the contest, which will be played at Shasta Col- alads and a frozen dessertThird place was Mary lege'sMemorialStadiuml were the featured items on Heard, Jerry Quam, Jim The players reported to the menu. A grand time was Stoeckel and Jim Wright. The training camp July 24 at Cali- hadbyaU, chip in was won by Jerry fornia State University, Hobbs. Chico. Phmas Pines Women's Golf Club Blind draw was held on Ju- The south team will be Thirty-three women played ly 27, with first place going to coached by Scott Turner of at Plumas Pines Tuesday in a Jerry Quam, since there wasSutter High School. home and home fun day. an uneven number of playersTickets will be available at Golfers from Graeagle, as and his number was drawn the game, which starts at 7 well as Lake Almanor, partic, twice, p.m. ipated in a six-six-six tourna- For further information, merit with the ladies from Phmas Pines. call (530) 243-4545. One best ball of the four- Second place was Irma Boyd and Marty Fitzsim- mons. The Chip in was won by Jerry Quam. I It's easy to spot our customers, they are the ones smiling behind the wheel. At Murray & Edwards Insurance Agency our automobile insurance rates are very, very low. Over 300,000 people in California switched their insurance to Mercury Insurance last year. 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