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6C Wednesday, Aug. 12, 2015 Bulletin, Record, Progressive, Reporter Greg Knight Sports Editor sports@plumasnews.com The Mountain Sluggers 13U baseball team started off the fall baseball season Aug. 1-2 playing in the River City Travel Ball tournament hosted in Woodland. The team is comprised of boys ages 13 and under from several areas in Plumas County and Susanville. Facing teams from areas including San Francisco, Richmond and Sonoma County, the boys were able to pull off an impressive win against All Pro out Of Oakland. It was a tight game and the boys went into the top of the fifth inning down 5-1. Chase Campbell started the inning off with a single followed up by a base hit form Russell Nickerson. Cameron Stelzriede's walk loaded the bases for the Sluggers• Ben Cassol hit a two-run single to get the boys back in the game. It didn't stop there as Devin Vert helped put one on the board with an RBI triple to right-center. Tyler Eidson wrapped the inning up with an RBI single to put the boys up 8-6 going into the bottom af the 5th. The Slugger's pitcher, Stelzriede, shut down All Pro's offense with three strikeouts to end the game for the victory. The Mountain Sluggers organization is headed to Carson City and Sparks Sept. 5-7 to participate in the All World King of the Dirt Classic 10 tournament. They will be taking all three of their teams including 10U, 12U, and 13U. Greenville's Ben Cassol comes up to bat for the Mountain Sluggers 13U team in Woodland. Photo submitted t Nine-tee-Niners donate to girls golf program 'Susan Davenport, left, president of the Lake Almanor Country Club's Nine-tee-Niners Golf Club, presents a check for $2,000 to Trudy Leete, chairperson for the committee, for the Franke Miller Memorial Junior Girls Golf Program. Davenport organized the successful Poker Run held June 27 to benefit the junior girls' program. Photo submitted will h olfto If you want to spend a The tournament, which Team entry fees are set beautiful September day will include a continental at $375, with sponsorship on the links -- and support breakfast and barbecue opportunities ranging from education while you are at lunch, putting challenge $150 for a tee sign, to $750 it -- the inaugural Nakoma on the practice green and • for a team banner and Education Fund Golf longest drive and closest tourrmment entry• Tournament, set for Sept. to the pin challenges, will For more information, 27, might just be your benefit education in call the pro shop at cup of tea. Plumas County• 322-3333, or visit nakomagolfresort.com. Let's discuss the pace of your golf game, golfing tools PRO'S CORNER RONNIE THEOBALD WUI Fluid Lim#/ador ~p~rabr/sas , Pres~ B~g Wash i C/tins Orantle Har C ear r Lm~piador de cfMco i de r~r~D t~PA Today we are going to address a pretty serious issue with the game of golf. Pace of play is a hot topic when you speak with anyone involved i.n the game of golf. Let's face it, golf requires a certain amount of time commitment, but it shouldn't require more than 4 1/2 hours• So why does the round take so long? From my personal point of view it is because people have never been taught how to play ready golf. So, what is ready golf?. Ready golf is a process of allowing players to play out of turn in order to speed up the game of golf. The etiquette of golf states that the person who is furthest away from the green should be the person hitting the shot. SLUDGE PROTECTION" a Gasolm • '. Um~der s~ dora de partes de freno C'WC Br~kteeg' PB Blaster Penetrating Catalyst Catalizador penetraMe P8 Blaster (lZ oz,) #t6P8 This process can really Here are a few helpful tips slow down a round of golf, that will also speed up your just watch any PGA Tour round of golf. Always make event. It is important to sure you have the following remember that the etiquette items in your pocket: of golf is not a rule, but mainly a guideline for how to 1. Extra golf ball play the game. 2. Divot tool Unlike the rules of golf, 3. Ball marker guidelines can be altered or 4. Four or five golf tees tailored to better suit your group. In this case, rather I always emphasize the than waiting on the golfer importance of having these who is furthest away to hit items with you at all times on his or her shot, the player the golf course• Not only does who is at their ball and ready it speed up play, but it saves should break etiquette and you numerous trips back and hit their shot. forth from your golf cart: This is a simple process, Another way of speeding up but one that most groups your round of golf is by taking don't follow, advantage of technology. GPS This applies to all areas of units are very accurate and the game, not just your becoming cheaper to fairway shots or tee shots, purchase• These units save but putting and chipping as lots of time when it comes to well. searching for distance We all have that one markers out on the course• person in our foursome who Last, but certainly not takes forever to make it to least, try to limit yourself to the tee box. In fact, right now two practice swings at the while you are reading this most. Not only will this article you are thinking speed up your round of golf, about them and how they but you will find you have a take forever to get ready, lot more energy at the end of This does not make them the day. bad people to play with, but it does slow down your Ronnie Theobald is the PGA round of golf. Head Golf Professional at Bailey Next time you get to the Creek Golf Course in Lake first tee, announce that the Almanor California• To inquire group will be playing ready about private lessons or to ask golf today. If they are him a question you can contact unaware of what that is, then him via email at it is your duty to explain it to ronnie@baileycreek.com or visit them. www. baileycreek.com and click on the link for instruction• AIRLINE START H E R E Get trained as FAA certified Aviation Technician. Financial aid for qualified students. Job placement assistance. Call Aviation Institute of Maintenance 866-231-7177 M onsanto's R 0 U N D U p Diagnosed with a serious medical condition, including Non-Hedgkin. s Lymphoma, after exposure to Monsanto's Round Up pesticide? 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