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21} Wednesday, Sept. 5, 2001 wins modified special By Gary Jacob won $450 for fourth, and de- Pierce and Chad Chadwick. Special to Feather Publishing fending race champion Scott Boyd Murchison lost an on- It just took a return home Busby rebounded from a lapgine in his heat and for Richard Papenhausen to 17 spin to finish a $350 fifth, scratched from the ature. turn around his fortunes on Sixth paid $250; seventh In the scheduled 25"lap fea- one ofhis toughest race sea- through 15th got $150; andture, the drivers fought Baja sons. the last two drivers won $125. type off-road conditions in Papenhausen wheeled his The race drew a 17 car on-turn three. American made dirt modi- try. Busby travel mate. Doug The feature lineup was an fled to win in both his heat Hayes, was in the pits be-inverted eight off the heat race and the 20 lap feature cause his car had sufferedrace results, l ace favorite August 12, as American Val- unrepairable damage the Jenks lost fire twice on the ley Speedway staged a high previous night at Susanville. parade laps and ended up dollar dirt modified race to They were divided into missing the first three laps of help close the annual Plumas three heat races on the 3/8 the race, making repairs. County Fair. mile clay oval. Outside front The second Jenks' stall It was the second straight row starter Papenhausen forced an aborted start at- year that the dirt modifieds won the first heat over last tempt that put Silva in the have been featured in a race starter Busby, Hale and pits withaflat front tire. made possible by an aggres- Reno-Fernley Raceway IMCA Silva was able to make it sive donation collection pro- Modified dominator Robert back to tag the first scored gram led by Greenville busi- Miller. lap. nessman, John Papen- Defending champion of the Hale, who also led early on hausen, Richard's father. Fair Race, Dustin Jenks, won Saturday night in Susanville, This year, John collected heat two from an outside raced into the lead over Pear- $3,200 from 32 area business- front row start, with Pearson son, Papenhausen, Busby es, allowing the 17 dirt modi- second over Susanville regu- and Ward, but the yellow fieds to race for a $4,950 lars, John Ward and Will flew after just one lap when purse. R. Papenhausen led Zinn. Will Zinn raced into the the final 15 laps for his $1,000 Making the long tow from rodeo barriers coming off win, with Joel Hale enjoying Medford, Ore., Dennis Silva turn four. Papenhausen took the best night of his short won heat three from the pole second from Pearson on the dirt modified career with a in the Ran Martin Lightning restart, and Miller broke into $750 second. Chassis. the top five. Bill Pearson continued his Sloan had beaten Busby Miller broke on the next strong recent efforts in his the night before in Su- lap and coasted into the in- new Jet Mad with a $550 sanville, and he ran second field with Chadwick into third. Saturday night, Su- in heat three over third. Papenhausen used an sanville winner John Sloan Bay Area long tows, John outside groove pass to take Indians shut out by Spartans ............ By Molvow Quarterback Raymond Sports Editor Robinson completed five of 17 Graeagle Meadows Women's The Division VI Greenvillepasses and threw one inter- Golf Club Indians played Esparto (a Di- ception. Healso rushed for 11 Perhaps Sir Winston vision IV school) at home last yards on nine carries. Churchill said it best when Friday night and got beat 20- On defense, Jesse Kingdon he described golf as: "A curi- O. led with three solo tackles ous sport whose object is to Greenville's football teamand 11 assists Devin Wilcox put a very small ball into a put up 108 total yards, 88 of recorded three solo tackles very small hole with imple- which came 'in the second and eight assists, and Ryan ments ill-designed for the haft. Meachercontributed onesolopurpose." "We came out flat," said tackle and seven assists. Nonetheless, the members coach Jeremy Grace. "In the second half we started may- dared Morris and Robinson of Graeagle Meadows Wom- en's Golf Club were undaunt- ing the ball. We just need to each nabbed one intercep- play two halves." tion, while Roman Grutter ed by Sit" Winston's gloomy The Indians brought a bal-and Brandon Pack each definition as they turned out anced attack, gaining 59 earned a sack. for the last Thursday of the month, Aug. 30, to play Ace of yards on the ground and 49This Friday, Greenville Aces (a format which has yards in the air. will be at home against been explained previously). Jesse Kingdon carried the Champion Christian. This is In addition to Ace of Aces, ball 13 times for 27 yards and the first game ever for Chum- our playday chairman, Gigi Travis Kingdon totaled 21 pion Christian, a new team yards on three carries, out of Chico. McClure, included a cunning little addition to the usual Richard Papenhausen won his heat race and the 20-lap feature race of competition at the American Valley Speedway last month. Seventeell I r..d a S4,.0 p.... is the lead from Hale in turnrace three laps late, Jenks ing donated two on lap six, and Silva lost put on a show for the capaci- and pit pass reven a lap when he raced through ty crowd, as he passed every- 1 a turn four one on the track, except for Summary .d spin. winner Papenhausen. Heat 1: Richard. Ward spun to bring out the Busby lost fourth when he hausen, Scott caution flag. Eli Zucker spun for. a lap 17 yellow flag Hale, RobertMiller' , crashed into the turn one and Conners spun for alap 18 or. barrier for a lap eight yellow, yellow. Papenhausen was on- Heat 2: Dustin Jt 11 and the incident collected Ed- ly challenged by the lapped Pearson, John dy Lewis, George Conners car of Jenks, with Hale fin- Zin , EddyLeWis- and Gary Fleisch. ishing a solid second ahead The rough track took its of Pearson, Sloan, Busby, Heat 3: Dennis Sloan John pier toll as fifth place Chadwick Lewis, Pierce, Ward, Con- ' eorgeEalIBis i: Chadwick, G ":l, .: " broke for a lap 12 yellow flag. ners and Silva. Main: PapenhaUSe Sloan All of the competing dri- took over fifth on the restart, vers were amazed at John Pearson, SloarJ o )4 and Zucker fell out, with Papenhausen's ability to Lewis, Pierce, Pierce spinning for a lap 14 stage a high dollar special at ners, Silva, Jenlff, yellow flag. a track that normally could Chadwick, Gary 'lLfi. :Tst Even though he joined the t Miller, Zinn. " not afford he division, by us- : t t low gross/low net game that Jean Bod and dackie Sizer. was not part of the Ace of At the Captain and Crew Aces competition, luncheon, these awards were This game was called Best given: match play, Judie was-Geo.l .a l!tat ine. Zach player was to se- Crain and Kare. Griffin: club ,o t er to,oe.o,e ,ao " nine) from the 18. The scores most improved. Mary Craig; was Spencer VailfW for those 9 were to be added putting champion, Claudine by the player and then, tak- Gurney: and president's Mtltuff lfClub ing half her handicap, sub- award, Sue Harrison. tract that from the total, the Carol Parish presented thescramble first net ofwhich was used for the Ringer awards. In night one. team capta. Yr competition. Shirley Freeman and Made- Marilyn JohnsOll Y First are the results of the line Furman tied for firstil 'Wright latt Network Administration i Computer Services i Maintenance Consulting I Plumas County Information When it comes to meeting the technology needs of today. companies of all sizes turn to for professional solutions, r CiT special- izes in networking, trou- bleshooting, tech support and high speed internet access utilizing W-DSL technology. 2056 E. Main St. #4 * Quality Construction " Hundreds Of Floor Plans Full foundations available Save Thousands, even tens of thousands! log And Cedar Siding Options Come out and compare for yourself! MODELS OPEN HOMES Personal Assistance from finance to finish Ace of Aces competition, fol- place, and Mary Craig and ' . lowed by the Best Nine. Darlene Donaldson tied for~~~'~v;~~' Low gross in Ace of Aces second place. In flight two, with 93 was Sally KendallCarol Parish was first, Low net with 67 was Lois Martha Herr second and and Irma Boyd;.J ts Coffman. Franke Miller third. In flight brook, Jim stoecl an For the best nine, first three, Fran Dourna and Bar- Quam and Gene l flight: the low score at 26.5 barn Marquardt tied for first, and,finally, Mary l'he was Debbie Peterson. Thereand Jan Carlson was second. Ray Mathes and l ill ov was a tie for second, at28, be- In flight four, Peggy Lentz Irma Boyd woO l[ d tween Mary Ramsey and Jay was first: Karen Griffin was in. ,a ilOs Fisher. second; and Iris Wilson was There will be a .... Ia,ttke, sec flight, third ................ : ........ nament and tai Helene Spitzer. There was a Plumas Pines Women's Golf Members, please t tie for second place, at 25.5. Club formationposted llr] between Rosemary Kunz and The Plumas Pines Women's letin board in the c! fl Joan Conyers. Golf Club held their finalMatch play for tl lllgg In the third flight, the low qualifying round for the cap- has concluded, aladlt score of 26.5 was shot by Judy tain cup. The winners were: will end their Clark; second place of 28.5 Mary Stonebraker won the matchplay by the was Pat Kohler; and third over-the-field low gross with orso. place, at 29, was Nancy Dem- a 97. Diane Trainor won the The scratch mat lr ttl bosz. over-the-field low net with a also been conclttdea"= , - Congratulations to all 70. men. those who came out with Other winners were evTeh s winnei'S their "ill-designed imple-Priscilla Piper, low gross t willbe annt" ments" to wrest satisfaction with 85; Annie Meyer, low the annual meeti , Jlid],, _,_ from this humbling game. gross with 98; Peg Kepler, low 22, when nomilaa 't net with 71; and Pat Bagliet- elections of office LACC Women's Golf Club to, low net with a 75. Kathy held for thecoming , LACC Women's Golf Club Sipel had the fewest puttsNine.Tee4q _ sweeps on Aug. 28 was a with 32. "shamble" team play. The A three-club tom- first place team was Judy Men's Club was held Aug. 30. / Honsaker, Marie Phillips, The Graeagle Men's Club The first flight Gloria Lee and Karen Griffin. Championship Golf Tourna- were: first plaCe_*dll There was a tie for secondment was played on Aug. 26- Gauger; second/ place between the team of 27 at Graeagle Meadows Golf Jones; third plal Margi Stephenson, Pat Course. King. Kilefner, Fran Douma and The low gross club champi-h n the second t0 _ Evelyn Rodriguez, and the on for 2001 is Pat Mouth (73- on Sansone won team of Darlene Donaldson,73-146). The low net champi- Sue Capie won s [V, Judie Crain, Carolyn Lowrey on is John Lighthill (68-68- MiUie Bryant won and Nancy Foote. 136). . In the third The fourth place team was In flight one, John Sclbors- place winner waS: ! er; second place FranSmith, Jacquie Ellena,ki won first place (69-72-141); Trammell; and =l Barbara Marquardt and second place was Mary Was Brownie worl all Therese Anderson. Pierce (73-70--143); third was Diane Rudgert l There was also a tie for won by John Raeder (76-68-- fifth place between the team 144) and Gary Maniery ( 71- place in the foUr, of Shirley Freeman, Marsha73--144): . Joan Bossio won Spanner, Mo Trigero and In flight two, first placeCharlene Fergtt " Peggy Lentz, and the team of was won by Don Coffman (70- third. Jackie Flint, Franke Miller, 73--143); second was Bruce :i1 to be held by the for the purpose of Adoption of the PCCFC STRATEGIC PLAN Review of the CCFC ANNUAL REPORT FY99,w | * Wednesday, September 12, 2001, 9:00 a.m. Plumas Rural Services Conference Room 586 Jackson Street Quincy, California