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R rd, Re .er Sports Wednesday, Aug. 15 200! 3C 4] l rose LACC Women's Golf Club Two was Mary Ann Broderick, flight vlere: first place, Cindy Witten- first place, Madeline Furman; second August 7 Franke Miller. (;} and berg: with a second place tie between place, Mary Craig; with a third place The LACC Women's Golf Club Therese Anderson. Martha Herr and Judy Honsaker. tie between Shirley Freeman and sweeps game for Aug. 7 was a Card Second flight winners for the front Barbara Sullivan. to Game. There were four lady teams.July 31 nine were: first place, Karen Griffin; With the best net score in the first Players were either a spade, heart, di- The sweeps game. for July 31 was and second place, Peggy Lentz. flight, winners were: first place, Mar- consistent amend or club. After players have Nassau. Handicap ~trokes are taken Vinners for the back nine in the gi Stephenson; second place, Dana Se- holed out, an envelope is opened to by hole and t)rizes awarded for second flight were: first place, Jean andel; with a third place tie between golf two see which player's score counts, the best fron t nine. the best back Rolls; and second place, Jan Carlson. Judie Crain and Pat Kilefner. my friend First place team winners were: nine, and the best 1F, hol,:s With the best eighteen holes in the Second flight winners for gross dayonthe Judy Honsaker, Judie Crain, Jean In the first flight, th, winners for second flight, winners were: first score were: first place, Nancy Fan- a"perfect" teeRolls and Margie Jackson. the front nine were: first place. Kathy place, Sandy Feeney; second place: ning; second place, Gloria Lee; and Graeagle Second place winners were: Doris Chuchel; and second place, Ruth Frank Miller; and third place, Me third place, Sandy Feeney. !lS a long high draw. Prince, Helen Hathaway, Marityn Gibbs. Trigero. Second flight winners for net score I hit a Bow and Joyanne Soderholm. First flight winnvrs for the best were: first place, Karen Griffin; sec- perfect shot,There was a third place tie between back nine were: first place, l)ac/ene July 24 end place, Ginny Rose; and third low fade. two teams. Team One was Barbara Donaldson: and second place, Carolyn The sweeps game on July 24 was place, Nancy Foote. voicedthe Sullivan, Mary Lee Hunter, Jan Lowrey. gross net and putts. The winner for the least putts was nearly Carlsen adn Evelyn Rodriquez. Team Scoring the best holes in the first First flight winners for gross were: Margie Stephenson, with 29 putts, e they play, "Why is was really a on the dispar- one day well as a corn- inherently incon- source of and con- by all In we be shot only to be of the of this agonizingly 80 inconsistent be- are so incon- are we golfers so Inthe in- Ito his book, "Ben "Ben gly words: develop a golf r thoughts must impossi- when I say iYou grip a golf club swing at a natural in- accomplish is wrong, ab- Reverse instinct you the opposite inclined to do probably come having a perfect every "nat- learns the hard a littl words by the man the golf I anyone else, and the heart of Pat's is golf so in- golf is so inconsistent: to use our for r task in life. meaning do In my nongolflng r right side left side, sire- more. it comes to hitting point A to use my this I to say the right its role in a , but too much thing. parts at the time which shot feels so ef- sofar me to bad shots come swing. In- first Dragon On July 23, members from the Dragon Women's Golf Club participated in the first ever Women's Golf Club Championship up at the Dragon. In total, there were 11 participants for which dif- ferent flights were drawn and winners were crowned. The Dragon would like to congratulate overall winner and first ever Women's Golf Club Champion at the Drag- on, Carol Miller. It has been a great year for the Miller fami- ly at the Dragon; Carors hus- band, Norm Miller, was crowned the overall Dragon Men's Golf Club Champion earlier this summer. Congrat- ulations to both Carol and Norm Miller for their excel- lent play and camaraderie. The championship flight of the Dragon Women's Golf Club Championship was won by Kathy Sipel. The Heroes flight was won by Diane Ack- eret in a very close match be- tween Ackeret, Carole Ben- son, and Ellen Fearing. The Dragon flight was won by" Linda Gorman in a scorecard playoff with Kelly McDaniels in which Linda Gorman won the scorecard playoff hole. The closest to the pin win- ner was Gall McGrath at 24'7" gun's eighth hole, '"Looking Glass." NEW The 2001 Graeagle Men's Club SeniorsHuff and Hal Thompson, 140; fourth, third, (tie) Harold Foster and Rod Lang, Championship was held on Monday, Garry Britton, 143; fifth, (tie) Jim Bilger 142; fifth, Anastasio Landa, 144; sixth, Aug. 6, and Tuesday, Aug. 7. at Graeagle and ,Jack Cornish, 144. Ed Shelton, 145. Meadows Golf Course. Second flight winners were: first, During the tournament, Cal Carlson Pat Meuth was the low gruss champi- Bruce Shriver, 134; second, (tie) Jim Bai- scored a hole-in-one on the 139-yard on, scoring a 77 and a 74 for a 15i total. Icy and John Lighthill, 140; fourth, (tie) eighth hole with a seven iron. Aubrey Neish scored a 78-11=~J7 and a Rick Schroeder and Run Tobler, 141; The two-day tournament concluded 76-11=65 for a 132 to win the low net sixth, (tie) Don Coffman, Richard Mot- with a dinner at the Graeagle Picnic championship, gan, and Dave Paulson, 143. Grounds. First flight winners were: first. Third flight winners were: first, Bob Richard Eck, 137: second, ~tie) Jerry Sexton, 137; second, James ester, 139; The LACC Nine-Tee-Niners there to transport golf clubs Deborah Forno, Joyce bounds). held their annual invitation- to carts when LAW players McGuire, Marilyn Neuge- Two chip-in awards went to al tournament with the I AW arrived bauer and Carolyn Stillan. Carla Osgood. Other single Mountain Lady Niners on The winners of the Best Their winning score re- chip-in pins were awarded to: Aug. 2. Ball Scramble Plus Black flected no black marks (hit- Suzie Cowell, Pat Drake, Pen- Nine-Tee-Niners mates Marks Tournament were ting trees, sand traps, out of ny Johnson and Collette Russ Brown. ,Jack Harber Prentke. and Vince Simonini wet, Contest prizes donated by local merchants were given out during the luncheon. Foursome wins at t)uring the Nit. Huff Aug. 8 Rhinehart. scramble, the first-placeThe chip-in was won by team was Barbara Quam, Bob Holbrook l),:an Johnson. Leo Sorosins- On Aug. 10, in the blind ki and ,Jim Wright. draw for partners, first place In second place were Betty was captured by Bob Fitzsim- Allingham, Bob Holbrook, monsandBobHolbrook. Jerry Quam and Jim Stoeck- Two teams were tied for el. second: J.C Barnes and In third were Rita Hot- Yvonne Wright; and A1 brook. Merlin Allingham, Brubaker and Ken Butter- Bob McElman and Don field. in event The Aug. 9 game at l,ak,, Almanor West was (:ris~- cross. There were two flights. Carolyn Willhoit. Mary Williams, and Toni Foese won the first flight in that or- der. The second flight winners were Ardythe Coad. Sharon Auge and Rose Hart in that order. Olive Wonacott and Ardythe Coad tied for low puts with 31 ,,a~h Toni i'i(JC~U alid Ca~oJ)|J Willhoit both had btt'dies. LOCATION next to the This little guy really needs a, good home. He s about 3 months old and was found on Chandler Road. Is he your kitten? We have a neutered male Siamese. He is a young adult found on Round House Road. This little guy has beautiful blue eyes and is very loving. Come take a look. "Sticking with our low prices, but featuring lower prices on special orders" Come see our new batch of ethnic & exotic instruments Visit our Website at For more information call the Plumas County Animal Shelter in Quincy at 283-3673. Disney Packages & California Adventure Park ,Monolith usic 230 IN. 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