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Bulletin, Record, Progressive, Reporter GOLF RESULTS Wednesday, Sept. 3, 2014 3C Mt. Huff Golf The Wednesday Morning Scramble at Mt. Huff on Aug. 20 continues to be a popular event with three teams placing for recognition. In first place at six under par was team Margie Joseph, Don McConnell and Leo Sorosinski. Second place ranking at five under par went to team Greg Stevens, Ted Trafton and Darel Joseph. Coming in at three under par was the third place team of Gary Metzdorf, Ralph Cote and Dick Grace. Closest to the pin was aced by Dick Grace while an intense four-way tie happened for the chip-in. On Thursday, July 21, the Thursday Evening Scramble once again had a big turnout for the competition. In first place at five under par was the team of Gary McClellan, Lynn McClellan, Todd Johns and David Smuts. In second place at three under par were team members Austin Linford, Leaf VanPelt, Don Guess and Michael Jackson. Todd Johns hit the longest drive and Darel Joseph got the shot that was closest to the pin. There is still plenty of daylight left on Thursday evenings to get in nine holes Plumas Pines Men's Golf Club crowns Jeglum, senior low net winner Frank Larry Walker. Photo submitted senior and super-senior club champions Aug. 14. From left: senior low gross winner Paul Motzkus, super-senior low gross winner John Kidwell and super-senior low net winner of competitive play. Come and Joan Johnson. Third finals on Tuesday, Aug. 26, at Second flight: low gross, join the fun before the season flight winners were Claudine Plumas Pines Women's GolfDiane Trainor with 107; low wanes! Gurney, Nancy Foote and Club. The two qualifiers were net, Lana Janovick with 74; Meg Eaton. Mary Craig wasRenee Walker, low gross over low putts, Lana Janovick LACC Women's Golf the no. 1 putter with 29 putts, the field, 92, and Mary Peters, with 28. August 26 and had a chip-in on no. 4. low net over the field, 72. Chip ins for the day were Thirty-one women teed off Madeline Furman scored a The results for the scored by Connie Raheb (2) "Just Gross and Putts" under birdie on hole no. 15 andremaining players, some of and Patty Rohman (1). beautiful clear blue skies. Peggy Lentz had a birdie whom had previously The first flight winners were chip-in on hole no. 17. qualified for Captain's Cup, Plumas Pines Men's Madeline Furman, Mary are as follows: First flight: Golf Club Craig and Patte Quinn (a Plumas Pines low gross, Jan Anderson On Aug. 7 and Aug. 14 the guest). In the second flight Women's Golf Club with 94; low net, Sharon Plumas Pines Men's Golf there was a three-way tie by It was the last date to Russell with 68; low putts, Club held their annual Marcia Spooner, Lee Hunter qualify for Captain's CupSharon Russell with 29. Senior and Super-Senior Club Championships. Seniors were between 50 and 66 years of age and Super-Seniors were 67 years and older (up to 83). In the Super-Senior Low Gross competition, John Kidwell defended his 2013 title with a wire-to-wire win shooting 80-85--165 to edge out runner-up Larry Walker's score of 85-84--169. Larry Walker did not leave empty handed, though, as he took the Super-Senior Low Net title with a score of 69-68--137. Tom Check could not repeat his great opening round and finished a close second with a score of 65-74---139. In Senior Low Gross competition, Paul Jeglum overcame a two-stroke first round deficit to take the title by shooting 83-74--157. Current Club Champion Kim Roberts placed second with a score of 81-78---159. The Senior Low Net title for 2014 goes to Frank Motzkus with a steady score of 72-72-144 easily beating the field and runner-up Kim Roberts who shot 77-74--151. To have your golf results and club news included in this weekly section, email the information to sports@ by Friday at 3 p.m. Entertaining, lodging and extra rooms, trailers and even feeding 300 non-local runners lawns for runners to camp on. is no small feat in a town of Nine households hosted 1,000 people, but with the help runners this year and many of Indian Vaney businesses others signed up to host the and residents, Running With out-of-towners. the Bears was a total success. "Everyone I talked to had After Greenville's hotel great experiences hosting the rooms were booked, which runners and a lot of didn't take long, Indian Valley community members went residents opened their doors, above and beyond renting out a room to make sure the organizations. Mountain received $1,000 each in prize finishing at 2 hours, 19 runners felt welcome and Circle thanks the Indian money, minutes, and beat it at 2:13. I comfortable," said AmandaValley Chamber of Commerce, Not only did locals help would like to see more young Cocking, the records manager Dr. Webb's Office, Plumasduring the race, but a lot of kids involved in running." with Mountain Circle. Bank, Lupines, Greenvillethem ran it. The youngestCassie was also a bike Of 13 water stations Girl Scouts, the Saez family, participant was local leader for the half-marathon. competing for runners' votes Genesee Store, Indian Valley 10-year-old Trevor Barr, who Mountain Circle staffers say in the categories of bestYouth Summit, Young's ran the half-marathon. Barr they could not have pulled off theme, best spirit and best Market and Quincy High even won second place in his this fundraiser without the snack, 10 were hosted by School cheerleaders for age category against runners hard work of volunteers. They Plumas County groups and supporting the runners, four to five years older,also offer thanks to local Loco 200 Relay Crew and "I am just so proud of him!" photographers who captured Delta Nu Sorority traveled said Trevor's morn, Cassie the day's events. es resume from ehico and the Adams Barr. "He didn't train at all. To sign up for next year's family came from Reno. The His motivation is very Running With the Bears, go to winners of each category inspiring. He set a goal of Children's jujitsu clas Feather River Kodenkan will continue its popular jujitsu programfor children in the second week of September. The program has been in place since 1998: It is designed to teach children practical and responsible means of serf-protection by instilling serf-discipline and responsibility, and encouraging positive attitudes to avoid confrontations before having to resort to more drastic measures. Besides learning basic techniques and how to fall safely, general fitness is promoted, including stretches, balancing and foot and hand coordination -- all skills meant to increase confidence as a foundation for more advanced martial arts training. The classes, while fun, encourage setting limits that demand taking responsibility and caring for fellow students. An important element of this training is helping teach other students. Jujitsu is not a sport, but a system of serf-defense training that can provide a lifetime of learning and personal growth. The system of zenyo bujutsu taught at Feather River Kodenkan is a combination of danzan ryu jujitsu and Tibetan serf-defense philosophy. Danzan ryu is one of the most comprehensive and widely taught jujitsu styles in the United States. Feather River Kodenkan has offered regular jujitsu classes and assault prevention courses in Quincy and Portola for adults and children since 1998. Sensei Burkhard Bohm has taught jujitsu for more than 25 years. The dojo is located in East Quincy at 1690 E. Main St., upstairs from Papa's Donut Shop. Further information can be found at feather or by inquiring at 836-2208. F I S H I N G, from page 2C weighted stonefly or caddis The Plumas National Forest nymphs through deep pocket will host a' fishing water, derby at Round Valley and on Warner Creek. The The Middle Fork Feather Reservoir that same day. water is low, according to is slow right now due to low The event runs from Tom Maumoynier, of Lake flows and warm water. There 8 a.m. to noon and includes Almanor Fly Fishing Co. in is some action below fishing, contests, prizes, Chester. That can make for tributary mouths like Twoeducational and cultural tough fishing. Rivers or Nelson Creek where activities, crafts, snacks, If all that fishing makes you some colder water enters the historical stories and more hungry and thirsty, Tom and river. The best action is early fun. his wife have opened up a new and late in the day when the Round Valley Reservoir is pub, The Thirsty Trout. They sun is offthe water and the located off Highway 89 in serve a nice selection of tasty trout are rising to caddis and Greenville. Travel 3 miles pub food and drinks right yellow sally stoneflies, west on Hideaway Road, next door to the fly shop. following signs to the The best action on the Free fishing day reservoir. North Fork Feather from The California DepartmentFor more information about Caribou downstream is when of Fish and Wildlife has the derby, contact the Mt. the sun is off the water. Try announced that Saturday, Hough Ranger District at fishing a caddis imitation just Sept. 6, is a free fishing day. 283-0555 or visit the PNF before dark. 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