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4C Wednesday, Aug. 15, 2001 Sports Bulletin, Progressive, The Central Plumas Recre- ation and Park District has announced that it is in seri- ous need of more coaches and referees for its fall youth soc- cer league. The coed soccer league, which is open to youths from kindergarten through the eighth grade, be- gins with team practices in early September, and contin- ues with Saturday morning league games during the months of October and early November. The youth soccer league team draft is tentatively scheduled for Wednesday, Sept. 5, at the Quincy Library meeting room. Teams will be drafted by di- vision in the following order: grades K-2 at 5:30 p.m; grades 3-6 at 6:30 p.m.; grades 7-8 at 7:30 p.m. Positions as head coach, as- referee clinics and plenty of The deadline for soccer sistant coach or referee re- support during the, soccer league sign-ups is Friday, main available in nearly all season." Boland addedl Aug. 24, at noon. divisions, according to Recre- All lower division games For more information ation and Park District ad- will be played in Quincy atabout coaching opportunities ministrator Jim Boland. the Feather River College or league registrations, con- "We encourage individuals fields, while upper division tact the Recreation and Park that are even remotely inter- teams will split their time be- District office at 283-3278. ested in coaching to give us a tween the college and the call. We offer coaching and Graeagle soccer fields. New equipment The Quincy High School football team is conducting a fund-rais- ing yard sale and aluminum can drive Saturday, Aug. 18, start- ing at 8 a.m. at 650 Jackson St. The event is intended to assist in paying for a new piece of practice equipment, which made its debut Aug. 13. :.. . Photo by Deanna Carter Coming in first from the 19-mile mountain bike ride was local teen Jeff LaMattina, of Greenville. Tom Frady, chief probation officer for Plumas County, was the fastest 30-mile rider. Quincy High School football players got to to Australia and participate in the DoWn Bowl June 24 through July 6. Pictured, Roy DaVeiga, Nick O'Bryant and Grog Rich. i By Shannon Morrow and amusement Sports Editor the way to Roy DaVeiga, Greg Rich players stopped in and Nick O'Bryant trav- for three days eled to Australia to partici- got to see pate in the Down Under tractions. All-Star tournament June "It was a fun 24 through July 6. and I liked it a lot, California players cam- DaVeiga. "I liked bined with Alabama play- how other people ers to form a team (named with you from a Calabama) and competed area. It was fun against teams from Ken- people." tucky and Minnesota. Rich agreed With DaVeiga playing cool to meet wide receiver, Rich at car- ple from all over thet nerback and O'Bryant at We play different linebacker, their team de- they do in Alabama. feated Kentucky 20-9, but DaVeiga and then loss to Minnesota 14- said that they alSO 6, putting them in second meeting people place out of four teams. In tralia. addition to the two games, O'Bryant wasn't J the players participated in able for an three practices, cause he left three! When not playing foot- ago to play ball, the team got to expe- Sacramento rience many different at- College. tractions in Australia, in- to play for Butte cluding zoos, the beach nity College. Continued fTOm page 1C ~:~4er as he was leaving. "See you next year." His comments were echoed several times that day as rid- ers came in or emerged from the showers. The mountain bike event is cosponsored annually by the Indian Valley Chamber of Commerce and Round Valley Lake Resort owners Bob and Deanna Carter. 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