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Bulletin, Record, Progressive, Reporter Wednesday, Sept. 17, 2014 3C GOLF RESULTS LACC Women's Golf, with 25. Flight 3 disasters Zumbro, and Pat Nichols. Mt. Huff Golf Sept. 9, 2014 were recorded by Karen Second place finishers were No, the season isn't The President's Choice for Griffin with 30, Peggy Lentz Bey Parry, Judy Rossi, Mary winding down yet, it's Kathy Roseler's last game as with 26 and Carol Parish Stonebraker, and Jennifergetting better and better! President of our Lake with 21. Zumbro, who was the blindGreat goffwas played during Almanor Women's Golf was Toddy Cutler had a chip-in draw. the Wednesday Morning labeled "Disaster Golf", a on Hole 4 and Joan Johnson Nancy Bartlett sank two Scramble atMt. Huff on crazy accounting of had a chip-in on Hole 13.chip-ins for the day and Sept. 10! everything that can go Connie Raheb had one In first place, at a wrong in golf. Players had to Plumas Pines chip-in for a share of the pot. whopping eleven under par, keep track of every time a Ladies' Golf Club .was the team of Don drive from the tee box The game of the day was LAWWGC McConnell, Henry Martin landed in the rough; each the source of giggles andAt the West Shore on and Mary Trafton. Coming ball that went into the sand; grumbles following play Thursday, Sept. 11, the in second, with seven under an extra ding for not getting Tuesday, Sept. 9, 2014. Four ladies' golf club played a par, were team members out of the sand on the first person teams participated in game of Odd and Even. Greg Stevens, Robert try; any three-putts or a format which was to addEveryone enjoyed the Turcotte, Gary Metzdorf, worse; any four-putts; any the lowest net score to the pleasant day and the lunch and Darel Joseph. The out-of-bounds balls--I'm highest net score to get the on the deck afterward, chip-in was won by Mike sure you get the idea. total team score for thatKathy Doms took first Ingle and closest to the pin The most disasters in hole. Then each hole was place in the first flight and was awarded to Greg Flight 1 went to Maggie totaled to get the final score. Linda Kluge took second. Stevens. Fleming with 33, Jan Comments ranged from "I Kathy also got the only The Thursday Evening Vortmann with 27 and Sue hate that game!" to "What a birdies for the day. One was Scramble Sept. 11 results Sutton with 26. Flight 2 fun format!", depending on on Hole 5 and the other was were as follows: In first disasters were scored by the player's perspective,on H01e 12. place, at two under par, was Karen Schmidt with 29, First place honors went to In the second flight Carol the team of Joe Pgue, Mike Judie Crain with 27 and the team of Priscilla Piper, Regimbal took first and Asten, and Adam Shabent. President Kathy Roseler Diane Trainor, Jennifer Karen Nelson took second.In second place, at one under In the Niners' group par, were team members Adrienne Fagalde got the Gary Metzdorg, Carol only chip-in, which was on Metzdorf, and Dick Grace. Hole 5. Closest to the pin was won by Mike Asten. Austin Linford whacked the longest, drive. Diane Trainor, left, who won the Plumas Pines Women's Golf Handicap Championship, and Sharon Russell, who won the ' Plumas Pines Women's Golf Club Championship of 2014, smile after the season ended. Trainor won in July with a three-day net score of 226, and Sharon won in August/September with a three-day gross score of 254. Photos submitted Graeagle Meadows Women's Golf Club The annual Partners' Eclectic Tournament was Graeagle Men's Low-gross winner JoAnn West and low-net winner MaryAnn Crow pose after winning the final Aces of Aces of the summer played Sept. 4 and 11. This Wednesday Play Day. tournament is the net better For this event, the field at Whitehawk Golf Resort last Tuesday. ball of the twosome, in was consolidated into a which the second round's single division, with White playing to a 19. Joel shot 82 Norm Miller, Wally Walker, score on each hole can Tee Players and Combo Teefor a net 63. Good job, Joel. Ron Eaton and Ken replace the first round's players playing for the same Second place went to MikeStevenson. score. The winners were as prizes. The format was Gibson (64), third to Norm follows: Red Tee Division, individual net plus skins. Miller (66) and fourth to Jim To have your golf results and first place, Alaine Flynn and The overall winner was Joel Oster (67). There were ten club news included in this Dee Walker, with a net score Patterson. Normally Joel's skins awarded, two each to weekly section, email the of 60; Combo Tee Division, handicap is 16, but because Jim Oster and Jac Castleton; information to first place, Lois Childress of the use of 3-5 in the and one each to Mike sports@plumasnews.com by and Pat Grew (50), second Handicap Manual he was Gibson, George Fraser, Friday at 3p.m. place, Lorraine Cornish and Diane Trainor (51). Alaine Flynn and Carol Miller each had one chip-in. FISHING, from page 2C Mallard is still the hot spot for bank fishing. Eagle Point and Camp Five are also producing fish, according to the folks at J and J Grizzly Store and Camping Resort. Fly fishing has picked up on the west side of the lake. Try fishing damselfly imitations or woolly buggers in brown or orange shades. Boat anglers are still anchoring and bottom fishing north of the islands. The action is picking up for trollers using Dick Nite Copper Red Head and Red Dot Frog. Stream fishing Deer Creek continues to fish well when other streams are warmer and lower. Fishing is best early and late when trout are actively eating small mayflies and midges in the riffles and pocket water. Dry flies will work early and late when the sun is off the water. A bead head nymph works best in the late morning and early evening. A nap works best in the middle of the day. Mill Creek is another stream that holds up well in the summer. Try dark-colored nymphs in the evening. The North Fork Feather above Lake Almanor and nearby Warner Creek are both low with some hatch in the evenings, according to Tom Maumoynier of Lake Almanor Fly Fishing Co. Give Tom d call at 258-3944 or stop by his new location on Main Street in Old Town Chester for the latest information on the streams or lakes in the Almanor area. The Middle Fork Feather is still warm. Fish are feeding in pocket water and deep oxygenated riffles in the morning and evening and still holding in deeper pools during the day. Grasshoppers and small yellow stoneflies are good baits for the Middle Fork. EAGLES. from page lC to make several big plays that gave FRC the edge over its opponent. The first FRC touchdown came late in the first quarter when Madden caught a short pass into the end zone to end a long drive. Madden proved his worth once again in the first half, catching a 5-yard pass and running it 70 yards down the field for his second touchdown of the game. Burton scored the Eagles' other two touchdowns of the first half. His first scoring rush was for 37 yards, weaving through Sequoias' defense. Sequoias scored two touchdowns back to back midway through the second quarter to begin its comeback attempt. At halftime, Feather River was up 26-13. Sequoias outscored FRC 22-19 in the second half, but couldn't catch up. The Eagles were able to score three more touchdowns to secure the win. A highlight came toward the end of the third quarter when Quincy High School graduate and current FRC defensive back Keston Check .............. II Out Our ...... II ~-~:, ,:7~ .:L ~ ~" s~.~.~ " , ~ g Pilgrim snatched up an interception and ran it back 21 yards to Sequoias' 2-yard line. Burton was able to run straight up the middle for an~ FRC touchdown. Another big play in the second haft was when Burton rushed 71 yards for a touchdown with just under 10 minutes remaining. With an even record, the Golden Eagles will face De Anza this Saturday at Feather River College at 1 p.m. Lush greens, spectacular fairways and magnificent views of Mt. Lassen. Full swing driving range, practice putting and chipping greens. 9 w/Cart CALL FOR TEE TIME 530-259-4555 BOOK ONLINE: LAKEALMANORWEST.ORG Sunday, October 5, 2014 Whitehawk Ranch Golf Club A Golf Tournament to Benefit High Sierra Animal Rescue Sunday Brunch Buffet, Hole-In-One Hawaiian Gcff Trip Prize, Buy a Pro's Shot, Closest to the Hole Contest and Raffle Prizes Entry Fee: $125.00 Check-in: 10:00 am Brunch Buffet: 10:30 am Shot-Gun Start: 12:00 pm (530) 832-4727 www.highsierraanimalrescue.org