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% Rec0r Re oner Wednesday, Aug 1,2001 5 Plumas Rec. and Parks District Softball League Standings Through Thursday, July 26 Losses 8 5 Alternatives (E.A.) 10 3 11 2 1 12 urch 2 10 Lodge 9 5 10 3 2 11 6 7 6 7 10 2 9 3 3 9 6 6 wins 2 8 6 5 3 8 YQm Lauu 5 3 1 5 4 4 5 3 4 4 win division The Lightning Division co- ed adult softball champions for the year 2001 are the Mas. terbatteers. They defeated Greenville's Mount Huff T- Bailers on Wednesday, July 18. Both teams brought a 9-2 record to the game and had split games on the season, so Wednesday night's game was for the league championship. Masterbatters were the home team for the regulation sev- en.inning game. The seventh and last in- ning started with both teams tied at 11 apiece. Mt. Huff then scored four runs. the Masterbatters started their comeback and had only scored two runners by the time they had two outs. A well-timed and patient walk to Masterbatter's pitch- er Robert T rcotte scored one more, and Big Louie Nel- son hit the winning ball, Phot0submitted scoring his daughter Allcla The Masterbatters won their adult softball oo.ed division. Front row: Robert Turcette from third, and his brother and Frank Carey. Second row: J.T, Thomas, Jeanne Flolka and Jennie Mannle. Third Don Nelson from second. row: Kelly Nunn, Levelly Hat.toll, AIISIl Nelson and Randy Barlow. Back row: Loule This team Just has a nose for Nelson, Carrie Hacker, Dennis Gun, Jim Graham and Dongo Nelson. a win. long course is a panoramic view of Lake Almanor. Ikers of all fit. Fruit and Juice stops will invit, be available about every 10 in August miles, and a free lunch stop Valley Lake will be provided for the 80- Aug. 4. and 3.mile rides. are available HAM radio operators will most rid- be at each stop to monitor the riders in case any emergency one out-of, response is needed. said of the Riders are invited to finish He almost de. their all-dirt adventure with n back to the a wood-fired hot shower pro- but he vided at no cost by Round to finish Valley Resort owners Bob orte. and Deanna Carter. st is a 19-mile Riders must bring their for families own towels. There are single and family ride just may entry levels, and the first 50 Visually and riders to register will receive Iting course a free T-shirt. g to orga- The course remains open until 4 p.m. to allow riders overlaps, with time to stop and enjoy the expanding to spectacular vistas. n ountains al- To register or for more in- way over to formation, call the Indian Canyondam, Valley Chamber of Corn- end of the merce office at 284-6633, bears away 0f Fi lmct*+-*a m e OnRheL,,: perty," he and wardens added. the late June across the return enough es" to northern black bears Vtld berry crops l American Valley Hard. County. The Belt Sander ware in Quincy will be hold- Drag Races are easy to par. Ing its first International ticipate in, are entertaining Belt Sander Drag Race Asso- for the entire family, and get elation (IBDA) sanctioned everyone involved. races on Sunday, Aug, 12. The IBDA held its first What started as an annual world championship May 17- event at Nielson's Building 18, 1998, in Indianapolis, Ind. Center in Pt. Roberts, Wash., where Steve McKenzie of eight years ago, has now Richmond, Canada, was grown into a series of com. crowned World Champion af- reunify events in over 55 ter setting a new world cities throughout the United record time of 1.52 seconds States and Canada. over the 30-foot racing dis- Belt sander drag racing tance. More than 2,000 fans pits two belt sanders against filled the Indiana Convention each other racing over a dis- Center for the championship tance of 30 feet. The tremen, event, which was widely cov- dous growth in popularity of ered by local and national this unique sport has result, media. In 1999, they held the ed in the IBDA developing world championships back at two classes of racing: stock the home of the IBDA in and modified. Stock" belt Point Roberts, Wash., and sanders compete against oth- this year, they are holding er off-the-shelf belt sanders, the 2001 championships in which have not been modi. Red Lodge. Mont. fied to increase performance, Coast to Coast Hardware, The "modified" lea- opened in the Plumas Pines tures theLest bet bsandersShopping Center in Quincy in the world. Racers have Fish and Game said the mechanically enhanced the north state's healthy popula- performance of their belt tion of black bears comes out sander by increasing torque of hibernation in the spring and gearing. The fastest belt hungry and usually begins sander in the world belongs in 1982. After five years, in drag racing is sweeping 1987, they built their own North America and is expect- building in East Quincy, go- ed to continue to grow in ing from 3,000 square feet to popularity in the years to 8,000 square feet. In 1994, come. For more race infor- they moved back into the matlon, visit the official IB- shopping center, and they DA Web site at . The square feet. Web site features photos Recently, the Coast to from past races, and Informa. Coast organization ceased to tion on how you can become exist and the store changed a member of the IBDA. its name to American Valley For more information on Hardware. The structure and how you can Join the fun, call ownership have not changed American Valley Hardware in 19 years, at 283-3088. The sport of belt sander I llll l courtesy ride to and from while we service your vehicle. CALL FOi APPOINTMENT! feeding on luscious grasses .... =. == 1 and forbs found along stream to Steve McKenzie of Rich- it alSO hopes riparian zones and in wet mond, Canada, whose tUBE, OIL & CHANGE Will take neces, meadows. Later, the omni- "Grinder" achieved a time of ! Install up to 5 qts. motor oil JB ! guard again,t vores turn to a variety of 1.52 seconds last summer. KIWI RdV R II .* Instalfnew G/vtoil filterLube all grease Fittings ~ |m by cleaning berries--manzanita berries, Racing fans and kids of all nng anything ablackberries ands c:fft e ages are literally coming out Sales & Rentals ,1', +nspectCheck al|fluid& adjustlevels,,re pressure --m |1 mt to eat. berries as example -- of the "woodwork" and enter- New & Used , , Preventative maintenance inspection. 1 ery doesn't ma. berries mature and ripen, ing the IBDA pits to face LakeftontLodgeUnltzl ! Mostcafsandlighltryck$. +tZ , People leave However, ff there is much of fierce competition and at the Full RV Hook.up I Excludes synlnet+c o. ' with COUI~on * *XpifOl 8/t5/01 "~.~l~Itd0~ uog food wherea gap between the time grass, same time have lots of fun. O Fmc# I=.------_--__--_- ,--_--_----...--..'-...--, lillmelmmmm =" mlm m m tch it, Fish and es begin turning yellow and P.t tBDA competitions have Sc.n~L.fronf ,Ou.tLoceUon IDOA I .M-- SERVICE-' '- .8 are put in the berries are ready, bears can attracted hundreds ofpartici- Lake AImanor Resort I I I , I ihon kill permit habitation, lured by the scents pants and thousands of spec- 2706 Big Springs Rd. tators and we anticipate the (530) 596-3337 .he death of an of garbage, livestock feed and same response in Plumas I Do,,yo,rca , . . I r" even livestock. If damage oc- | touch the brakes or pulsate wry, ,n I I " I come to a stop? You prol0amy l n extremely intel, curs, the human victim can You r' m I need new fronl d~: pads a youm = arn fast where request a kill permit and turn I disc brake rolors (ucnecl of .I I I ,easiest food the bear into a victim. "i" AD( ,replacedWewil': I I ' said Don Koch, "Tl e best olution is to keeP i l : II manager tn Red.garbage out of reach in a I for we, r I I . _ garage or barn and to take I mec " ! I m that other memures such. spray- Hoochis a Dobie ! J II [ | | .bit smarter ing it with am_m.0nia to dis. cross. She loves ; lll& UU | I - ' ! bearcanget courage bear tme, saidKoch, I i/roll ,tax I I i kids, cats & dogs. ll tl 11 I She is one year i I I I Sierra Pod|arty AssocJtfl|eS old, spayed and i Medicine and $vr$ry of the Fool house broken, ic oil Hammerto " Senior Cam She will make a I..- .. j I... -, -, -, -, -,,,., -, -, -J " He l Pain/Spurs * Ingrown Nails Dialytic Foot Care * Fungus Thick/Painful Nails * Bunions Hospital Privileges * Warts Thre Year Residency Train l 1 Ste. C * Most Insurance Plans Accepted. M icars & Medi-Cal ,.- TWO.THIRDS OF 'EGNANT 15 YEAR OLDS HAVE IN COMMON? rs of their babies are absent Sta- and over the age of 21. rUtory rape is a crime, report it. Call the Crisis tree for help. LINE "4333 the local =llin8 area Call toll free: 1.877.332-2754 Cri$im: 1.877.215-7273 great pet. Hooch loves to run, so she will need a fenced yard. This Aussie cross is such a nice dog. His name is Mocky- Mock. He is one year old, loves kids, cats & dogs, and is house broken. Mocky has been neutered. 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