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2C Wednesday, Aug. 6, 2014 Bulletin, Record, Progressive, Reporter " GOLF RESULTS LACC Women's Golf Club Champion players teed up July 29 for the third and final day of the tournament with a field of 11. Kathy Roseler had to drop out because of an injury. Competing were Maggie Fleming, Lee Hunter, Jessie King, Carol Lunsford, Darlene Donaldson, Kathy Fuller, Karen Schmidt, Linda Yaap, Joan D'Angelo, Jean Rolls and Joan Johnson. The results will be announced at the end-of-season Captain & Crew party in August. Following the field, 19 players played "Triple Three," counting the scores of three par 3's, three par 4's and three par 5's out of 18 holes. The winners in the first flight were Karen Holmstrom, Mary Craigl Mary Ann Broderick and Jude Morse. The second flight winners were Angle Gamble, Karen Griffin and Claudine Gurney. Anita Crowther andPeggy Lentz tied for the fourth place. Whitehawk Ladies Golf "Funny Ball" was the game for the ladies at Whitehawk. One extra net "pop" for whoever had the funny ball -- rotated between the players of each team. Coming in first place was the team of Ann Verutti, Diane Romig and the ever-present Barbara Competello. Second place went to the team of Joann West, Virginia Luhring and Victoria Simone. Mt. Huff Golf The thundershowers were wise to hold off until late Fully Stocked Pro-Shop Mini Tournaments Re-Gripping afternoon Wednesday, July 30, allowing plenty of play time for the Wednesday Morning Scramble. Coming in at first place at 7 under par was the thunderous team of Mary Trafton, Bill McRoberts and Gary Metzdorf. With lightning speed, the second-place team, at 6 under par, was composed of Danny Rooney, Loren Lindner and Margie Joseph. Closestto the pin and the chip-in were won by Loren Lindner. Looks like Loren had a banner day! The clouds stayed at bay for the Thursday Evening Scramble on July 31. An outstanding turnout allowed three teams to place for recognition. In first place was the team of Austin Linfordl Don' Guess, Leaf Van Pelt and Zach Russell. Second-place scorers were Joe Pogue, Richard Mauldin, Wes Morgan and Dan Rodney. In third place came Greg Stevens, Jeff Stevens, Margie Joseph and Loren Lindner. The long drive and the closest to the pin were won by Zach Russell, Graeagle Meadows Women's Golf Club Thursday, July 31, was the monthly qualifier for the year-end Ace of Aces Playoff. July's Ace of Aces qualifiers were as follows: red tee division: low gross, Cheryl Brennan with a score of 95; low net, Alaine Flynn (73). Combo tee division: low net, Annie Fischer (68). There was also a playday game called "Alternate Country," Practice Chipping Greens Full Swing Driving Range Practice Putting Greens Chip-ins were scored by Janet Grijalva, Scooter Kidwell, Diane Train0r and Renee Walker. The PPWGC Handicap Championship has also been completed. Diane Trainor is the champion with a net 226 over the three days: Way to go, Diane! Plumas Pines Men's Golf Club On July 10 and 17 the Plumas Pines Men's Golf Club held its annual Club The Plumas Pines Men's Golf Club crowns the 2014 club' Championship KimRoberts champions July 17. From left: low gross winner Kim Roberts, rose to the top of the field by president's flight winner Brad Miller, Vice president's flight shooting 76-73-149 to claim winner Dave Stone and secretary's flight winner Emie Givani. the low gross title. Last year's Photo submitted ' champion, Jordan Archuleta, was runner-up after shooting with very complicated Scooter Kidwell, low net, 67. 76-77 - 153. This is longtime scoring. The Alternate The rest of the field scored club member Roberts' sixth Country winners were as as follows: flight 1: Janie club championship, with follows: red tee division: low Grosman, low gross, 89; titles in 2014, 2012, 2003, 2000, gross, Priscilla Piper; low Kathy Sipel, first low net, 72; 1997 and 1993. net, first place, Cheryl Jackie Luckey, second low In the net divisions Brad Brennan; second place, net, 73; Kathy Sipel, low Miller captured the Donna Swanson; and third putts, 28. Flight 2: DianePresident's Flight by place, Karen Linde. Combo . Trainor, low gross, 109; shooting 68-73 - 141 to edge tee division: low gross, Ellen Laurie Humphries, first low out runners-up John Kidwell Fearing; low net, first place, net (in a card-off), 71; Patty (67-76- 143) and Paul Jeglum Annie Fischer; second place, Rohman, second low net, 71; (72-71- 143). Dave Stone took Ann Pratt; third place, Patty Rohman, low putts, 31. the Vice President's Flight Maureen Ford; fourth place, Pat Grew. Cheryl Brennan had two chip-ins and Annie Fischer had one. Plumas Pines Women's Golf Club On Tuesday, July 29, Plumas Pines Women's Golf Club played Low Gross, Low Net, Low Putts. Members were also competing in the third qualifier for the Captain's Cup Tournament, to be held Sept. 30. The players who qualified for Captain's Cup were Kathleen Friedman, low gross, 88, and by shooting lights-out in the second round with a total score of 71-65- 136. Runner-up Frank Motzkus was a distant second at 75-70 - 145. The Secretary's Flight was played from the new gold tees and Ernie Givani not only won the flight with a score of 68-64- 132 but also shot his age in the second round on his gross score Runner-up Michael Peters was five strokes back after shooting 69-68- 137. The Plumas Pines men's club continues its Thursday playdays and will hold the Senior and Super-Senior Club Championships in August, followed by the highly popular annual member-guest event, the Mountain Classic, in September. More details can be found on the golf course website To have your golf results and club news included in this weekly section, email the information to by Friday at 3p.m. Volleyball camp Volleyball teams from Quincy, Portola, Westwood, Pierce, Willows and Durham dress up in their favorite superhero costumes during the final day of Feather River College's volleyball camp July 30. The girls practiced and learned fundamentals in the mornings, then played each other in the afternoons during the four-day camp. Photo submitted | Single ,s375 Family fori lf injust Tplays W ne ayAffemoons: ,OLF RESORT 402 Poplar Valley Road Graeagle, Ca Bring in thh ad and receive either a FREE draft beer, house wine, or soft drink.