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Bulletin, Record, Progressive, Reporter Wednesday, Aug. 20, 2014 3C GOLF RESULTS Plumas Pines Cathy Cianciolo, Janet Women's Golf Club Grijalva and Bev Parry. Hero game Congratulations, Diane, and Enjoyingthe nice cool also to all who participated. weather after the rain Tuesday, Aug. 12, Plumas Couples Championship Pines Women's Golf Club On July 20, the ninth played a team game, "Hero," annual Couples using two low net scores in Championship was held at the foursome. Before the Plumas Pines Golf Resort. game, one player is marked on ' Twenty-six members each hole of the scorecard, in competed in this popular rotation. The marked player event. To qualify, players is the hero. That person's needed to be members of the score can be used once, twice Plumas Pines Men's and or not at all. It was a fun Women's Golf Club. The game. format "In the Box" required The scores were: First teams to count one best ball place: Nancy Bartlett, Renee on the par 4's, both balls on Walker, Bev Parry and Judy the par 3's and alternate holes Rossi with a net of 113. Second on the par 5's. place: Laurie Humphries, In the first, or Mohawk, Connie Raheb, Jan Pierce and flight, first-place winners a blind draw of Nancy were Bruce Walker and Bartlett, for a net 124. Jackie Luckey with a score of Chip-ins were earned by 71. Second place went to Scooter Kidwell and Bev Randy and Sharon Russell Parry. with a score of 78, and third place went to John and Handicap Championship Scooter Kidwell with a score Tournament of 79. On July 22, the first day of In the second, or Madora, the Plumas Pines Women's flight, Bill and Janet Grijalva Golf Club Handicap won fn'st place with a score of Championship Tournament 73, Second place went to was held. Eleven players Randy and Katy Magliano began the three-day with a score of 75, and third tournament, in which the place went to Ron and winner would score the lowest Jennifer Zumbro with a score cumulative net score. After of 78. the three-day event, two Closest to the hole was players weren't able to finish, awarded on hole No. 7 for the which left nine competing, men and was won by Larry The overall winner and 2014 Walker who was 12 inches handicap champion was from the hole. For the women, Diane Trainor with a Renee Walker was closest on three-day score of 226. Janet hole No. 11 at 14 feet, 10 Holladay was runner-up with inches. a score of 272. In scoring Following golf, a large order, the other competitors group of players and are Jackie Luckey, Nancy additional guests enjoyed a Bartlett, Connie Raheb, Renee great dinner and awards at Walker, Cindy Don0hue, These ladies relax after finishing the Club Championship at Graeagle Meadows on Aug. 14. Winners, from left: Cathy Churchill, Cheryl Brennan, Karen Linde and Club Champion Priscilla Piper. Longboards Bar & Grill. The names of the first-place winners were added to the perpetual trophy on display in the pro shop. Graeagle Meadows Women's Golf Club Thursday, Aug. 14, was the final round of the Club Championship. For the 19th time in the last 24 years, Priscilla Piper is the GMWGC club champion. Priscilla swept the field with a three-round gross score of 268. Karen Linde was runner-up with a score of 292. The club champion is the low-gross winner playing from the red tees. In the Red Tee Division, the low-net winners were, first place, Cathy Churchill (215); second place (tie), Cheryl Brennan and JoAnn Lake (224). In the Combo Tee Division, Ann Pratt won low gross with a 288; low-net winners were, first place, Karen Fraser (209); second place, Pat Grew (210). There were many chip-ins over the three rounds, but of special note were Pat Grew's three chip-ins during the second round. Golf was followed by a lovely celebratory luncheon provided by Chef Scotty and his able crew. Lake Almanor West Women*s Golf Club "Under the Big Top" was the theme the ladies' golf club chose for this year's tournament at Lake Almanor West. There were 64 participants and many of the four-gal teams were dressed tn circus-related apparel, which made for a very colorful sight against Dave Delay's gorgeously maintained course. Karen Tratt was the tournament chairperson and the time and effort she put into the tournament showed big time. She was ably I assisted by her husband Tom, decorations chair Karen DeMoe and her husband Gordon, Melissa Smith in the pro shop, helpers Arlene Cary and Adrienne Fagalde and many members' husbands who did cart@lacement and scoring. Chef Mike, who runs the West Almanor Grill, served an outstanding breakfast and lunch. He received a big round of applause and many hoots and hollers from the Quincy drivers win big at fair races AT THE SPEEDWAY LARRY F. DOUGLAS Contributor American Valley Spe, edway The Quincy/Susanville Mini Series of IMCA Modifieds finished with Quincy drivers as the big, winners. Jeff Olschowka was the points leader with Chris Nieman and Chase Nieman in third and fourth. Matt Murphy from Susanville was in second. The Fair race attracted 21 cars which exceeded the participation in any of the Quincy/Susanville races. Mitch Machado came from Rohnert Park, which also is a new record. The numbers required four heat races and an additional "B" main to qualify for the "A" main. The main brought a red flag on the first lap when Richard Papenhausen spun and was hit by Mark Skinder. Both drivers were okay but their cars were towed off. The race continued without a yellow flag. Leaders Craig Nieman and Mitch Machado would tangle, sending Mitch to the back of the pack. Chase Nieman and Jeff Olschowka would lead the race to the finish. Chase was first with Jeff in second. Corey Samuel was in third with Matt Murphy in fourth. Chris Nieman was in fifth with Riley Simmons in sixth. Bill Pearson, who has finished first in the last two races at AVS, was in ninth. The Mini Stocks had a season high of six cars with Nick Vidovich coming up the canyon from Chico. He added a new dimension for our leaders. In the main, he led Lary Whitebird by B:47.74 seconds. Lance Bain was in third with Kelsea Wood in fourth. The Hobby Stocks had twelve cars participating. The Portola drivers led Quincy drivers. Jesse Van Kol and Dan Diaz were lapping cars when the checkered flag came out. Quincy's Ryan Svensson and Brian Wood were in third and fourth. Dana Gordon and Joe Blackwell were in fifth and sixth. The Sunday Night Fair races were a big success to close out the fair. Thanks to all who participated in the fair and the races. The next race is this Saturday night, Aug. 23. For more info check our webpage or log on to m, or call (530) 283-2175. J gals for the fabulous food. First-flight winners were Jakki Thomas, Linda Boone, June Park and Yasuko Zingg with a combined score of 120. Second place went to Mary Ashburn, Jan Vortman, Jenni Cesarin and Ginger Birchfield with a 121. Shelly Carney, Sue Comming, Jackie Schimmel and Joan Wagoner were third with 121 after a tie breaker. Fourth-place winners were Shirley Friedrichs, Kathi Shennan, Julie Azevedo and Karen Nelson with 129. First in the second flight were Kathy Roseler, Trudy Leete, Joan Johnson and Joan D'Angelo. Taking second place were Judy Cooper, Peggy Lentz, Judie Crain and Madaline Furman. Third place went to Barbara Leonard, Colette Prentke, Pat Drake and Diane Bice. Fourth-place winners were Jessie King, Kathy Fuller, Martha Vlahos and Karen Schmidt. Closest-to-the-pin awards went to Madaline Furman with 2 feet, 3 inches on guest hole No. 6, Jackie Schimmel with 8 feet, 5-1/2 inches on guest hole No. 12 and Judy Cooper, 9 feet, 5 inches on member hole No. 15. Accuracy drive winners were, first flight, Trudy Leete, 6 feet, 8 inches, and, second flight, Barbara Leonard, 2 feet, 7 inches. After a card-off with two other teams, the team winners of the putting contest were Barbara Leonard, Colette Prentke, Jane Bice and Pat Drake. Next year's tournament -- "Breakfast at Tiffany's" anyone? Mt. Huff Golf For sure the golfers welcomed the return of more moderate temperatures to Indian Valley! It was a beautiful, mostly sunny day for the Wednesday Morning Scramble on Aug. 13. In first place at 5 under par was the team Of Mary Trafton, Ron Carter and Leo The July 20 winners of Plumas Pines' Couples Championship are all smiles. From left: Jackie Luckey, who won first place in the Mohawk Flight with her partner Bruce Walker (not pictured), and Bill and Janet Grijalva, who won first place in the Madora Flight. Photos submitted Sorosinski. White Tee Division was There was a tie for second George Fraser with a net place at 4 under par between score of 65. Second was Tom the team of Don McConnell, Slavik (66), and third was Ted Trafton and Loren Mark Frethy (guest) (68). Lindner and the team of Greg There were five skins Stevens, Dan Rooney and awarded in the White Tee Darel Joseph. Division, one each to Norm Closest to the pin was won Miller, Den Stevenson, George by Dan Rooney, while Ralph Fraser, Jack Gilbert and Bill Cote and Greg Stevens tied for Hopp. the chip-in. In the Combo Tee Division The cooler and comfortable first place was won by Jack weather held out and an Cornish with a net score of 64. excellent turnout once again Second was Jim Oster (65), for the Thursday Evening and there was a tie for third Scramble on Aug. 14 brought between Ron Eaton and Jay the first-place team of Mike Hendrick. There were eight Kearns, Mark Kearns, Pat skins awarded in the Combo Stewart and O.J. Medina in at Tee'Division: two to Jack 5 under par. Cornish and one each to Second-place ranking at 4 Chuck Franck, Ron Eaton, under par was won by Gary Tom Gossett, Jac Castleton, McClellan, Lynn McClellan, Bob McIlroy and Ralph Kathy Widby and Dan Botts. Wittick. In third place, after a There will be no Wednesday dec'~ing chip-off, Play Ba: Au . -20 or team of Gary Metzdorf, Carol Aug. 27. Wednesday, Aug. 20, Metzdorf, Jeff Stevens and and Thursday, Aug. 21, will be Greg Stevens. the Couples Club Closest to the pin was championship (known as the awarded to Mark Kearns and Guys & Gals), followed by the the longest drive was hit by Home and Home with Plumas O.J. Medina. Pines (known as the Golden Tomahawk) on Aug. 27 and Graeagle Meadows Men's Aug. 28. Wednesday Play Day The regular Wednesday To have your golf results and club Men's Play Day had 40 players news included in this weekly in two divisions. The format section, email the information to was individual net and skins, by The first-place winner in the Friday at 3p.m/ Bring in thh ad and receive either a FREE draft beer, house wine, or soft drink.