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Bulletin, Record, Progressive, Reporter Wednesday, Sept. 24, 2014 3C Plumas Pines Men's Club On Sept. 4, 5 and 6, the i Plumas Pines Men's Club held its annual Mountain Classic Golf Tournament• All tees were manned for the Friday shotgun start of play, but not before the first annual Classic Putting Tournament was conducted the previous evening on the practice putting green. The top three finishers were: 1st place, Mario Garibotti 2rid, Terry Brought0n 3rd, Louis Saroni. Beginning on a crisp Saturday morning in the pines, play commenced with a format of two best balls, net and gross, with the top four places being awarded in three different flights following the completion of thirty-six holes of play. In addition, the • lowest gross and net team scores were determined to crown the overall champions. The overall low gross team with scores of 139-137= 276: Ethan Aldrich, Dave Aldrich Sr., Dave Aldrich Jr. and Armando Claudio. The overall low net team with scores of 126-115=241: John Kidwell, Steve Baird, Mike Mullins and Russ Bowring. The Flight winners were: Plumas Flight: Terry Broughton, Brandon Broughton, Matt McCall and Dan Bilbao. Eureka Flight: James Dierssen, John Dierssen, Doug Kline and Ken Stark. Sierra Flight: Ran Zumbro, Matt Zumbro, Mario Garibotti and Mike Sala. The festivities concluded on Saturday night with a banquette in the grove attended by over 150 players and guests. Whitehawk Ladies Club The song "Smoke Gets in Your Eyes" by Jerome Kern, 1933, was very appropriate during the two days of the Whitehawk Ladies Club Championship and Captain's Cup. Watering eyes and scratchy throats were common but tlze ladies played through it all. Our new club champion is none other than Barbara Compotello. Coming in second was Marcia Zeigler. Our Captain's Cup winner is Carolyn Osborn. Coming in second was Diane Romig. Congratulations ladies, well played. Whitehawk Ladies Club Champion Barbara Compotello poses with Captain's Cup winner Carolyn Osborn last week. CORRECTION In an article on the Round Valley Reservoir fishing derby published Sept. 10, the person who caught a 22-inch bass was misidentified. It € , was actually Steven Walker who caught the bass. GOLF RESULTS Graeagle Meadows Women's Golf Club On Thursday, Sept. 18, the ' women of Graeagle braved very smoky conditions to compete for this year's final Ace of Aces Qualifier. The Ace of Aces Playoff will be held next Thursday• This month's qualifiers were: Red Tee Division, Low Gross, Gall Nelson with a 95; Low Net, JoAnne Lake, (71); Combo Tee Division, Low Net, Lois Childress and Diane Trainor (both with 69). The players additionally competed in a Nassau (Best 18 and Best 9) Net Tournament• In the Red Tee Division, 18 holes, 1st place, Dee Walker (67); front 9 holes, 1st place, Bey Reynolds (32); 2nd place, Dottle Hattich (34); back 9 holes, 1st place, Karen Linde (33); 2nd place, Gall Nelson and JoAnne Lake (36)• Combo Tee Division, 18 holes, 1st place, Lois Childress and Diane Trainor (69); front 9 holes, 1st place, Jay Fisher (28); 2nd place, Annie Fischer (30); back 9 holes, 1st place, Lorraine Cornish• The only chip-in of the day was made by Annie Fischer• Special thanks go to Chef Scotty who gifted the smoke-weary players with an after-round snack of tasty wraps. Mt. Huff Golf We are approaching the fall season which is usually perfect weather to be out on the links enjoying the crisp air and sunshine. Wednesday morning's scramble at Mt. Huff on Sept. 27 was no exception. In fin'st place at six under par was the team of Matt Rutledge, Dick Grace and Mike Ingle. In second place at three under par was Don McConnell, Mary Trafton and Loren Lindner. Closest to the pin was won by Margie Joseph and the chip-in captured by Mary Trafton. Our gals were triumphant in this play! On Thursday evening, Sept. 18, the first and second place rankings were decided after four chip-offs. In first place at one under par were Jeff Stevens, Greg Stevens and Richard Mauldin. Second place honors, also at one under par, went to Gary Metzdorf, Carol Metzdorf, and Joe Pogue. Gary McClellan came closest to the pin and Jeff Stevens hit the long drive. Graeagle Men's Golf Club This past week was a very busy one for the Graeagle Men's Golf Association. First, the Men's Low Gross Club Championship was contested from the Blue Tees over the weekend• The winner was Mike Herrington (75 - 79) from Sierra City, runner up was Gary Maniery of Graeagle (81- 74). Mike won for the llth time. Gary has also won previously• Others competing were Norm Miller, John Garrett and Joel Patterson• The Graeagle Men's Travel Team (Graeagle) had a home and home with Washoe Golf Course Travel Team (Washoe) as the final event for both teams in the Sierra Nevada Travel Cup. In the match contested at Washoe Golf Course on Sept. 9, Washoe won the match 27 points to Graeagle 18 points• The event at Graeagle Meadows Golf Course the home team won 28.5 points to Washoe's 16.5 points. The net result was that Graeagle won the home and home 46.5 points to 43.5 points. The final results for the season matches was that Plumas Pines was the overall winner with 200.5 points, followed by Graeagle (189), Diamond Mountain (188.5), Washoe (165.5) and Sier]a Sage (156•5)• The regular Wednesday Men's Play Day was competed entirely from the Combo Tees. The format was Odd & Even plus Skins. Before the round, each two man team chose one member whose score would count on the odd numbered holes and the other whose score would be Counted on the even Lush greens, spectacular fairways and magnificent views of Mt. Lassen. Full swing driving range, practice putting and chipping greens. S20 ...... ) .... :_+! .... j CALL FOR TEE TIME 530-259-4555 BOOK ONLINE" LAKEALMANORWEST.ORG numbered holes. The winning team with a score of 68 was Norm Miller and Chuck Franck. Second, with a score of 70 was Jim Brennan and Jim Oster. There were seven skins awarded, two each to John Grasso, Ralph Wittick and Norm Miller. One skin was won by Jac Castleton. LACC Women's Golf Club On Tuesday, Sept. 16, the LACC Women's Golf Club members played a game of Low-net. It was also guest day. In the first flight, Maggie Fleming came in first; Patti Quinn, a guest, came in second; and Trudy Leete came in third place• In.the second flight, Diana Lilienthal, a guest, came in fu'st; Darlene Donaldson and Linda Yaap tied for second place. In the third flight, Collette Prentke came in first, Linda Rawson, second, hnd Jean Rolls third place• Maggie Fleming scored a birdie on hole 15. Chip-ins were made by Darlene Donaldson on the 1st hole, Patti Quinn on the 5th hole, and Barbara Pescio, a guest, on the 18th hole. Bailey Creek Women's Club September has been an exceptional month for golf. The weather just perfect, sunshine, not too cold or hot. The Bailey Creek course is in beautiful condition. On Wed., Sept. 3, we had our monthly members meeting, our proposed ballot of officers was proposed and confirmed by proxy vote, as some members are away on various vacations. A luncheon is planned for Oct. 8, at Donna White's home and it will conclude our social events for this season. The Ladies played a "2 best net ball foursome," with Jenni Cesarin, Donna White and Barbara Quam taking home the pot. Joan D'Angelo had a chip-in and birdie with Donna White also scoring a birdie. Good going girls! Sept. 10 found us playing a The low-gross winners of the annual Mountain Classic Golf Tournament at Plumas Pines Golf Resort hold up their trophies: Ethan Aldrich, Dave Aldrich Sr., Dave Aldrich Jr. and Armando Claudio. Photos submitted "Mutt and Jeff' game with Mary Ashburn taking 1st place and Joan Eychner taking and impressive 2nd place. Birdies were made by Mary Ashburn, Diana Pallari and not one, but two birdies, "go girl," by Donna White. A great day was had by all. Sept. 17, the third week and Guest Day for our club, arrived on a chilly note, but soon warmed to be another beautiful day for golf. "Low Net" was our game of the day, allowing our guests to participate. Our guests were friends of Joan D'Angelo and they were a great group. Winners of the match were, in the first flight, 1st place, Gail tteggelund (guest), 2nd place, Mary Ashburn (BC member). In the 2nd flight, 1st place went to Joan Eychner (BC member) and 2nd place to Diana Lilienthal (guest). Birdies were made by Donna White with 2 birdies, Barbara Quam with 1 birdie and Diana Lilienthal with 1 birdie. As if 2 birdies were not enough, our own Donna White also made a chip-in. We are looking forward to another great day of golf, Wed., Sept. 24, at 9:30 am. To have your golf results and club news included it this weekly section, email the information to by Friday at 3p.m. NZA! ONLY! Do you see a PHOTOGRAPH in the newspaper you would like? (*applies to staff photos only) I Call your local newspaper today! F..E GO R.D Greenville, CA • 284-7800 F E A'F Hte .R "r V R B U:LLETi::N 287 Lawrence Street, Quincy, CA • 283-0800 0000OITOU II00OITFJ 96 E. Sierra (Hvt 70). Portola, CA • 832-4646 135 Main Street, Chester, CA • 258-3115 " Westwood PinePress P.O. 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