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14B Wednesday, Sept. 19, 2018 Bulletin, Record, Progressive, Reporter Mari Erin Roth Sports Editor sports@plu QHS head boys' soccer coach Greg Prouse keeps a watchful eye as the Trojans sweep the Grizzlies. The Trojan boys' soccer team played their neighbors from Loyalton in a QHS home game and won by a one-sided score of 8-0. Greg Prouse has stepped up to lead the Quincy boys' team as head soccer coach. Trojan sophomore Jonathan Swan scored two QHS goals. The balance of the Quincy goals were made by sophomore Nick Caiazzo, junior Samuel Lawson, sophomore Nic Graham, junior Tommy Thomas, sophomore Isai Sanchez and senior Sein Yoacham. Caiazzo provided two assists and other assists were by sophomore Peter Biren, junior William Ross, Thomas and Sanchez. Caiazzo took the most shots at the goal, four. The Quincy boys have had one league game, Squaw Valley Academy, where they won 9-0, See Soccer, page 16B Team captain and QHS senior Sein Joachum maintains control of the ball on the field. The Quincy boys' soccer team lightens up a bit after a landslide victory at QHS over the Loyalton Grizzlies on Sept. 13. Photos by Marl Erin Roth GOLF RESULTS Graeagle Men's Golf Association We begin this week's report with Friday, Sept. 7, the Bandits having nine players and the Badditos, 16. The Bandits game was two-man teams, "In the Box" hitting from the white tees. First place was taken by the team of Bryan Hansen and Mike Irving, with a score of 86. Close behind with an 88 was the team of Jim Reynolds and Chuck Hein. Meanwhile, over on the combo tees with the Badditos, it was two-man best ball. In that group, three places were More on that to come next week. This was also the final day ' for our Players Cup points Award, tracking the low net flmishing position for each day played on Wednesdays and Fridays during the 12 weeks. Fifty points were awarded for top fimisher each time played, with one less point on down through the field. The top finisher with 923 points was Norm Nichols. Close behind, at 890 points was John Grasso, helping to make this an exciting race all the way to the finish, Wednesday, Sept. 12, fewer than usual signed up, considering Tuesday was awarded with, Grant Mayfmld = ~,travel team and Friday, Sept. and Jack Gilbert taking first at 56, followed in second by Ken Stevenson and Andy Knudsen with a 59. Third place was won by Jim Oster and Bob McIlory at 60. Friday was the last day of our 12-week Closest to the Hole competition when Mike Herrington, at 3 ft. 2 in joined the group of ten players who will participate in a fmal shootout on Sept. 14. 14, the first of our two-day club championship. Still, we had 16 players competing in two-man best ball with a slight twist that each player was required to use six of his own scores On the card. There was also a skins portion of the game. A tie for first included the teams of John Grasso with Dan Anderson and Bob McIlory with Chuck Franck, both teams scoring 60. There were six skins won, one each by Jim Oster, John Grasso, Dan Anderson, and Bob McIlory while Chuck Franck won two skins. Inquires about membership in the Graeagle Men's Golf Association can be submitted to, or visit our website at meDir/index.html. Plumas Pines Women's Golf Club Sept. 11 was another perfect day to play golf at beautiful Plumas Pines. The game of the day was "ONES." Total gross score on holes beginning with the letters O, N, E & S. Subtract 1/2 handicap for game score. Winners were: Jan Anderson, First Low Gross (45); Janet Grijalva, First Low Net (33.5); Carol De Luca, Second Low Gross (50); Cindy Donohue, Second Low Net (38.5) and Connie Raheb, Third Low Net (39.5). Mary Stonebraker had the only chip-in. I I Word Scramble Rearrange the letters to spell something pertaining to pizza. E m m m m Sudoku zle 6 9 4 5 8 3 1 7 3 1 6 5 8 7 1 8 3 6 8 4 m Graeagle Meadows Women's Golf Club Eighteen members vied for the title of 2018 GMWGC Club Champion over three rounds of golf, ending Thursday, Sept. 13. Final round play was followed by an awards luncheon at The Restaurant at Graeagle Meadows. The Club Champion is the low gross winner after three rounds of competition. First fight winners included: Low Gross, Sharon Russell; First Low Net, Chris Laxague (227); Second Low Net, Holly Anderson (234). In the second flight: Low Gross, Cheryl Brennan (292); First Low Net, Carol Desmond (214); second Low Net, Bev Reynolds (218, tie breaker); and, Third Low Net, Dee Walker (also 218). Third flight winners were: Low Gross, Giuliana Glazer (337); First Low Net, Ellen Fearing (228); Second Low Net, Sue Taylor (235). And, there were "chip-ins," too: Carole Desmond had two, and Giuliana Glazer, Chris Laxague, Esther Rimbault, Crossword ACROSS 1. A greeting 5. A type of hall 9. Planes need one 11. Wealth 13. The act of exciting 15. A movement downward 16. Type of storage 17. A funny, and.sad play 19. After cinco 21. Dry white Italian wine 22. Where golfers begin 23. Witnesses 25. Relaxing places 26. Of she 27. Discontinued compact car 29. Resulted 31. Large Irish castle 33. Offer for a price 34. One type is Irish 36. Free-swimming invertebrate 38. A type of tale 39. The middle of the month 41. Christmas 43. ' death do us part 44. Goes with Gomorrah 46. Ethnic group of Thailand 48. "Grown Ups" funnyman 52. A type of index 53. A mass of rocks 54. Splashed 56. Kids' playground necessities 57. Sears and London are two 58. Strip of cloth 59. Church DOWN 1. Progressive decay of a Sharon Russel, left, I was crowned the 2018 GMWGC Club Champion, with a score of 250. Debbie Fuetsch was the Runner-up with a score of 254. Photo submitted bone or tooth 2 27 34 Sharon Russell, Jill Slocum, each had one. Dee Walker and Suzie Wiese 37 42 52 2. Deliberately contrary events 3. Unit of mass 4. Kiln 5. Soybean paste 6. Electronic counter- countermeasures 7. Made the bed 8. One who mails 9. Bar bills 10. Automotive vehicles 11. Breaks 12. Swelling of the eyelid 14. Asian country 15. Couches 18. Stare with mouth wide open 20. Member of U.S. Navy 24. A sulk 26. Greetings 28. Craftsmen 30. Mongolian city Bator 32. Did again 34. Sunrooms 35. Start over 37. Georgians love them 38. Women 40. "Snake Tales" cartoonist 42. Pariahs 43. Caps 45. Gradually become less solid 47. Goats 49. French city Le 50. Exhale 51. Homes have at least one 55. Type of power cable Answers to this week's puzzles can be found on page 9B Plumas Pines Men's Club On Sept. 13, the game was two-man Chapman (alternate shot). Winners were: first place, Steve Munsen and Kim Roberts (64); second place, Brad Clark and James Dierrsen (65); third place, Barry Mitchell and Charlie Myers (69); fourth place, Dave Stone and Frank Motzkus (70); fifth place, Keith Goff and Marv Pierce (71); sixth place, Jim Kinkade and Terry Bergstrand (71). Bailey Creek Women's Golf Club It was a great day to play golf, with a good turn out. Our game of the day was "Pick Three," allowing each golfer to change the score of one 3-par, one 4-par and one 5-par to a "par" after play. Though that didn't help the score of many we did have four winners as this was not flighted. First place winner was Jenni Cesarin (our Captain), second place, Terri Chuchel, third place, Barbara Pescio and fourth place, Kym Coco. After play we all,gathered in the clubhouse and "Slaughtered the Pig." Each player feeds the pig 25 cents per 3-putt to a max of $1 per game. When our pig gains enough weight, we empty her and buy appetizers for the group. We all enjoyed delicious appetizers and fellowship. ff you would like tojoin us, please call Jenni Cesarin at 284-7469 To have your golf results and club news included in this weekly section, email the information to sports@ and by Friday at noon. > 1