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Record, Reporter Wednesday, Aug 29 2001'IC Inside Section Hike of the Week ij Sports Clinics C llinth annual August- Tournament was this year. Held at Feather River and Quincy High fields were used between 24 Chester, Por- and Quincy as weU as Reno, Redding, and the Sacramento size, the tour- ran remarkably Everyone was hap- well it went, re- organiz- boys teams were three different and played a total FRC. division champi. berfect records. varsity won Divi- Christian took and Truckee's ju- captured Divi- local schools, Christian finished record, earning =cond-place trophy Ill. Portola also ed In Division Ill, won two and lost I, Quincy's var. defeating Battle and Golden Sierra, to Truckee, Bish- and North Val- l Players from the Greenville and Chester girls soe w teamw urday, Aug. 28. "I was pleased with our Whiteman and Anthony Rob- performance," said Quincy bins from Quincy. Other varsity coach Piers Strailey. Quincy players who had an "We are rebuilding our de- outstanding tournament fense this year and working were Tom Bard on offense toward a more controlled of- and Richie Bednarski on de- fense." fense. All tournament selections included: Brett Pearson from Girls Portola, Luke Adkins from The eight girls teams in the Plumas Christian, and Nell tournament were Portola, N await a corner klek In the line formmtion. Greenville Photos by Shannon Morrow defeated Chester, 2-0, on Sat- Chester, Greenville, Northone tie. These top three The Quincy JV team came Valley, Battle Mountain, teams were separated by just in fourth place with a 3-3 Truckee's JV, Quincy's varsi, halfa game. record, followed by Chester ty and Quincy's JV. The Quincy varsity team's (2-4), Battle Mountain (2-4), The Truckee JV team won one loss was against the Portola (1-5) and Greenville the tournament with five Truckee JV team in a 3-0 (1-5). wins and one tie. North Val- game. Quincy varsity's tieAmong the equally ley took second place with was a scoreless game against matched local schools, Quin- four wins and two ties. Quin- North Valley. North Valleycy's JV defeated Portola and cy's varsity secured third and Truckee's JV also tied, 1- with four wins, one loss and I. See Soccer, page 3C .| Karl Schafer defends her goal. The girls A Quincy player, Tom a round-robin, with each team playing six The Trojans went 2-3 the tournament, two-day toernammnt. Bard, breaks away with the ball. In the hays Division I during the Luke Adkins scares with this ends of Plumas Christian's game The goal gave Plumas header In the final against aoldan Sierra. Christian a 3-1 victory. sailing race Abbey Annual Lake Aug. competition was racing in knew that Was more impor. clay, Tom Rath finished races, winning COveted trophy. Heiman won the second day, Ing Rob Russell This was that Buster had to the ex- close finish, his victory once on the Phot0 W Un= La y Catamarans lined a be :h at Buoks Lake during the third annual ld Abbey ancHregatta Aug. 18-11. Far more photos, pngan IA and It. Q www.drigongolf.com Hole Of The Week Number 8 "L oking Gl ss Dragon has been known to defend and protect any cause close to it= heart. And the "Looking Glass," a par 3, 189 yard hole is just that. Here is where the Dragon comes to reflect, play and appraise situations. Heroes are warned that they must be brave. Scrutiny of dis- tances to the ~reen must be fully examined and courage is needed to drive a shot over the pond, the Dragon's mirror, to the green. For those who do not like the "look of thin@", they undoubtedly will choose to move to the for- ward tees m find relief. The green has a large undulating surface sure to hold an ac- curately placed shot. Heroes should not be distracted while the Dragon playfully watches. 1-530-1D2-4887 A thort drive from l~no-T|ho*