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Bulletin, Record, Progressive, Reporter Wednesday, Aug. 27, 2014 3C The Quincy High School golf team is all smiles after receiving a large donation of golf supplies facilitated by Quincy Rotary. From left: Avery Dyrr, coach Jennifer Dyrr, Crosby France, Dayne Lewis, Cody Morrison and Feather River College President and Rotary member Kevin Trutna. Photo by James Wilson Rotary club facilitates golf team donation James Wilson Sports Editor sports@plumasnews.com i Quincy High School i' : reinstituted its golf program last season, but with limited supplies. The four-person team finished last season sharing two sets of clubs and often had to borrow from neighboring teams. QHS golf coach Jennifer Dyrr knew the team couldn't continue like that, and hpproached Quincy Rotary last month to see if it could help out in any way. Rotary took note and took action, culminating in a giant donation to QHS golf at its regular meeting Aug. 18. "We got this started last year, and I'm glad to see it took off," said Dyrr. "If we are going to grow, though, we needed our own equipment." Kevin Trutna, president of Feather River College and Quincy Rotary member, sprang to action after hearing Dyrr's initial plea. Trutna contacted a Marysville Rotary member to see if he had any ideas. Trutna's contact promised to look into it. Within a couple weeks, Trutna received an email stating that the equipment was ready to be picked up. Brittany O'Bryant, a 12th-grader in the Sacramento area, was working on gathering equipment for smaller schools to start golf programs as her senior project. After hearing about Quincy's situation, O'Bryant offered to help, and gave donated equipment to Quincy's team. Trutna drove down to Sacramento and loaded up the equipment for Quincy's team. The team, along with Dyrr, walked through the door to the Rotary meeting last Monday to a wall filled with equipment. Clubs, balls, gloves, shoes and many other items were presented to the team -- enough equipment for seven boys and seven girls. All the equipment was in great shape, and some of it was still in its packaging. After thanking Rotary, Dyrr extended an offer to the rest of Plumas County's golf teams. "With this donation we are more than set. Hopefully we'll be able to attract more people to our team. If any other teams in the area need anything, this donation is extended to them as well." Chase Nieman crosses the finish line during the fair races Sunday, Aug. 17. The American Valley Speedway continued to heat up last weekend, with Jeff Olschowka winning the race. The speedway is nearing the end of its season, with the-last set of races scheduled for Sept. 20. Photo submitted OST IERRA ENDURANCE Pleasant su t )[ ,lies Christmas came early for the Feather River College football team, as members of the athletic department sort through two large pods of fresh supplies for the team Aug. 23. Bart Andrus, new head coach for FRC, used his connections with his former team, the Omaha Nighthawks, to grab a deal for the community college. FRC spent $12,000 on a large shipment of supplies, estimated to be worth $120,000. Equipment included helmets, cleats, office supplies, sideline headsets, training equipment and much more. Photo by James Wilson SPEEDWAY, from page lC Stocks. He also won the heat race and the main. Joe Blackwell was second in the heat and third in the main. Steve Gordon was fourth in the heat and second in the main. Ryan Svensson was fourth in the heat and main. The thrill came from an inverted starting line-up in the main. This put the faster cars in,the back. The Mini Stock race had some new drivers in old cars. Roland Hayes drove the 3A pickup and Raymond Talarera drove the 84 pickup. Colby Russell from Loyalton was a new face with a new car. Veteran Lary Whitebird would take first in the heat race and the main event. Mica Jacobs was second in the main with Roland Hayes in third. Colby Russell was in fourth and Raymond Talarera in fifth. The Timber Cup race on Sept. 20 is the final race of the season. For more info check our webpage, log onto www.americanvalleyspeed way.com, or call 530-283-2175. AUGUST FEST, from page lC beat Portola 2-0 and scraped out a 1-0 win against Quincy. Antonia Marro was named Chester's MVP. Marro, the team's defensive captain, was named MVP for her solid performance in all five games. "The first game, winning against Susanvine was crucial,', said Chester coach Eric O'Kelley. "It got us off to a good start. We enjoy this tournament every year. It gives us a good variety and exposure. It's nice to play teams outside the league." Portola also started its play with a win, against Quincy. The Tigers took down the hosting team 2-0 Friday. Later in the day, Portola lost 3-0 to Whittell. On Saturday, in addition to losing to Chester, Portola fell 4-0 to Susanville. "It was a brutal game against Susanville," said Portola coach Thomas Cormany. "With such small numbers on the team, my girls were worn out by the final day. I'm proud of them, though. Though it was a loss, they played well." Cormany named Tabi Martinez Portola's MVP. Martinez scored all the goals for her team during the tournament. In addition to losing to Chester and Portola, Quincy lost 3-1 to Truckee the first day of the tournament. Until this last weekend, it had been two years since Quincy won its last game. On Saturday, all that changed. The Trojans took on Tulelake and won 2-0. Rachel Hanna was named the team's MVP for scoring two of the three goals Quincy made during the tournament. Ava Hagwood scored the other goal. "I'm very excited for the season," said Quincy coach Sara Goard. "The girls just clicked this weekend. We played well. I'm happy to see it's happening so early in the season. I don't want to single one player out, because it was such a team effort." 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