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1 . 8C Wednesday, Sept. 22, 2010 Bulletin, Progressive, Record, Reporter Shannon Morrow ton rushed for one touch- Sports Editor 'eWe came out the down each. third quarter Quarterback Cameron Di- az Deleon was Quincy's lead- After going into halftime determined to take ing rusher, with 112 yards trailing 6-0, the Quincy High over the game and on 21 carries. Easley gained School football team scoredhad kids make 107 yards on 17 carries. four unanswered touch- Smith and Blanton took downs in the third quarter big plays." four handoffs apiece to gain to defeat Fall River 28-14 last 74 and 52 yards, respective- Friday night. Tom Goss, ly. Quincy finished with 375 Quincy's offense moved Quincy Coach yards total rushing, the football well all game, 0 Through the air, Diaz but stalled out inside the 20 Deleon completed four of 14 yard line a couple times dur- killing ourselves in the first passes with one intercep- ing the first haft. haft by not finishing drives." tion. Blanton was the lead- "Fall River is very well Quincy didn't have that ing receiver with two catch- coached and didn't make problem in the third quar- es for 18 yards and one two- mistakes," said Quincy ter, when Alex Easley car- point conversion. coach Tom Goss. "We had to tied in two touchdowns and With the win, the Quincy earn everything. We were Devonte Smith and Cal Blan- Trojans improved to3-0. Quincy junior Nate Brown gets a big sack in the first half against Fall River last Friday night, Sept. 17. Photo by Shannon Morrow aSinn Volcano victories The Chester High School girls' soccer team earned two more victories last week with a 4-1 win against Quincy and a 6-1 win in Portolal Chester's McKenna Taylor, pictured right, scored three goals against Quincy and four goals against Portola. Photo submitted Can I complete a marathon? Brian Taylor Staff Writer btaylor@lassennews.corn Well I did it. I just printed the online receipt from the purchase of my first marathon. That's right, I just dropped $105 dollars to take a beating in a 26.2 mile chal- lenge of the mind, body and soul. This epic journey will begin Sunday Oct. 10 at the Mason Station Trailhead near West- wood on the Bizz Johnson Trail. I will be trying to hold my own against hundreds of other runners from all over the world in the popular event. I hope I don't screw up and cause some major runner 60 me. APR on credit approval 2010 Toyota Yaris 2010 Toyota Corolla LE 2010 Toyota Matrix 1.5 liter, 4 cyl, 5 door liftback, auto, 4 door, 1.8 liter 4 cyl., auto, power 5 door, all wheel drive, 2.4 4 cyl., sport pkg., power pack, cruise control, AM/FM CD, windows, power door locks, automatic, JBL Premium sound, cruise keyless entry, Bluetooth. #A5280SS5 tilt/telescope wheel, cruise control, control, alloy wheels, keyless entry, AM/FM alloy wheels. #AJ068337 C0 with MP3/WMA, aux. port. #A9114959 0% APR for 60 months* .9% APR for 60 months* .9% APR for 60 months* or =1,000 Factory Rebate or =750 Factory Rebate or s750 Factory Rebate 2Oll Toyota Camry LE 2010 Toyota Tundra 4 door, automatic, 4 cyl., power seat, 4 door, double cab, 4WD, 5.7 V8, 6 speed power windows, power door locks, auto, tow pkg. fog lamps, power heated cruise control, tilt wheel, AM/FM CD, outside mirrors, k eyless entry, alloy wheels, AM/FM CD, Bluetooth, XM satellite keyless entry. #BU615798 radio. #AX139013 0% APR for 60 months* 0% APR for 60 months* or =750 Factory Rebate or =3,000 Factory Rebate 2010 Toyota Rav 4 5 door, 4 wheel drive, automatic, 2.5 4 cyl. DOHC, automatic, power windows, power door locks, cruise control, tilt wheel, AM/FM CD, rear privacy glass, keyless entry. #AW067295 0% APR for 60 months* or *1,000 Factory Rebate *All special financing for qualified buyers. 0% financing expires 10/4/10. All vehicles plus tax, license, $55 dec and Ca. tire fee. faux pas, causing a group of jog stroller has to add some super strong 60-year-old New miles to a run. Perhaps they Zealand ultra marathoners to could revise the training stampede my butt. schedule to include new for. I have always wanted to run mulas regarding jog strollers a marathon since I was a wee and bike trailers. lad staring at the barefooted Diet is another factor that Kenyans on the television,cannot be overlooked when scorching across Boston inconsidering marathon dis- world-record setting perfor- tances, carla loading, glyco- mances, gen, energy gels and "hitting Don't get me wrong, I am the wall" all came up in my not going into this thing research as important things thinking I am going to set any to think about. records. I would say my main Your body initially starts focus is rested securely on burning glycogen until a tran- surviving it. I am trying to en- sition period start, which is vision 26.2 miles in a straight called "hitting the wall." line. That is a long line.When a runner hits the wall, I have been running, hik- his or her body switches from ing, biking and eating some- burning glycogen to burning what right for a while now, body fat. but according to online arti- One way to avoid the wall cles about marathon prepara- all together is to eat during tion, it looks as though I need the run. After a little research to spruce up my regimen. I found that energy filled gels The training schedule looks are a popular, lightweight like the most important as- way to replenish lost elec- pect of preparation with atrolytes. Another exciting bit gradual increase in mileage of information I have found in for 16 weeks with rest days in- my research is fanny packs between, eventually running are totally back in! a 20-miler and resting for a I was recently asked why I week prior to the big event, wanted to run a marathon. First of all, for a person in Every marathoner must have my situation to find the block the answer to that question of time necessary to run so right? frequently and for so long is I thought mine at first was nearly impossible. Lately I that the run would be even have been resorting to late more difficult to accomplish night runs with the new fami- after my wife and I have our ly dog, day hikes with my 19- second baby, yes we're expect- month old daughter on my ing. back and bike rides towingThe answer for me however her in a sweet hand me down comes from my heart. It is bike trailer. (Thanks, Stan) telling me to run and that is I would think a fully loaded just what I am going to do. Need help If it's ing we can' ll find some o can. CONSTRUCTION SINCE 191M m General Building Contractor Calif. Lic. #453927 (530) 283-2035 Campgrounds close South Fork area camp- grounds (Little Beaver, Red Feather, and Running Deer) at Little Grass Valley Reser- voir closed for the season Sept. 13. The hiking trail along the lake near these campgrounds is also closed while the three boat ramps in the area will remain open until Oct.15. Contractors will masti- cate or grind dead, downed tree limbs and brush that litter the campgrounds fol- lowing hazard tree cutting this summer. The ground materiai will lie over the soil and provide protection for both the soil and plants in the area. The mastication process also re- duces the likelihood of a for- est fire severely burning the campgrounds and sur- rounding area. For further information, contact the Feather River Ranger District at 534-6500. Severs1 hip replacement s stems used since 2003, includinE ones made by DePuy and Ztmmer, have bean recaliod or had sales suspended due to an increased need for a second hip replacement. If you had or need a second replacement or are havin~ unexl)e_cted hip problem8, us now for a free consultation at 1.800-THE-rJ~GLIB (toU- No fees or costs until your case settlas. 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