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ssive, Rec~tin, Progressive, Record, Reporter Wednesday, 0ct. 3, 2001 SC i l mrow Chester High School team went the full games against Los Moll- last Thursday night, los- three games to two. girls played their best of the season against Molinos," said Chester Dennis Broselle. Volcanoes got off to a start and dropped their two games, 9-15 and 10- then caught fire and their next two matches, :h by a score of 15-11. couldn't maintain its though, and lost game, 3-15. Goolsby turned in 14 for Chester, serving 19- With four aces. Leeann went 100 percent at service line and added its, a block and a kill. PhotO Deitra Rouland was strong at the setter position with an 84 percent assists rate, served 9-11, and contributed two blocks and two dinks. Two nights earlier, Sept. 25, the Volcanoes defeated Herlong in three games, 15- 11, 15-9 and 15-11 "Our serving improved greatly against Herlong, forc- ing them into making mis- takes while we played much more controlled and with more confidence," said Broselle. Sarah Puhl and Kelley Hin- schberger were each perfect from the service line, and Rouland was 92 percent serv- ing, while putting up 17 as- sists. Randi Korhuniak served 10-12 and recorded one kill and two dinks. At the net, All McNeill earned six kills. File photo Senior Joste Goolsby makes a dig for Chester. Goolsby totaled 14 Mils against Los Molinos Thursday, Sept. 27, but the Volcanoes lost in five games. Reno man convicted of deer poachin If there was any doubt that brown trout are harder t,) catch than rainbow trout, new data compiled by Depart- meat of Fish and Game (DFG) biologists appears t,) erase it. The DFG's Region 1 office said the conclusion is drawn from two sources--a recent electro-fishing survey of Lassen Volcanic National Park's Manzanita Lake and a summary of survey forms turned in by Manzanita an- glers over the past 10 years. Mike Dean, wild trout biol- ogist in Redding, said the electro-fishing survey earlier this month revealed thal about 75 percent of the lake% trout population is composed of brown trout However, Dean said, sur- vey forms returned by an- glers who have fished Man zanita Lake over the past 10 years consistently reveal that 80 percent of the fish they hook are rainbows. "That's pretty strong evi Due in great part to evi- Reeds truck on remote Mon-blood evidence thrown out. . . ltor Pa l w aence that browns are mucr ring dence provided by deer DNA" ss (Hgh ay 89). DFG The court, because the WFL ....... " in.y wardn more ot a cnaJienge uealt blood samples, a Reno man e Ernie Acosta was was recognized as having a ._ ' salt1 has been convicted in Monocontacted, and by the time he tested, procedural, genetic _:" .......... U County Superior Court for ri ed on the scene, AlpineDNA system in place, ruled ......... ar v Tne Ln, salt1 me Manzanl ta baKe eIectro nsmng crews deer poaching after he hadCounty Deputy Sheriff Jeffagainst the motion to sup- . .... " . ... consistently turneo Up e ar sltv i submitted a motion to the Bennett had also heard the press, allowing the deermen" --orowns ann .... ib court to suppress that DNAcall and responded, blood samples to be used. r " b ws durino *'- e earl. lace =IV evidence, the California De- When they arrived, Reed "In the future, if our DNA .aln o ..... p .n y beptemDer nlgnmme survey son Morrow nine players, Quincy's ju-partment of Fish and Game had driven away, but two evidence is challenged, we .... : ow gro~s Eclitor nior varsity team was out-(DFG) announced, dead deer were found lyingcan point to this case," Colesam survey Iorms revere a 113;!There are four high manned by Bishop Ernest Robert Reed, 66, on a tarp near the road. Reed said. "The ability to use DNA mat anglers nooK, on aver- nne wit hool boys soccer teams Manogue. was convicted on counts ofwas later tracked down, and in these types of cases is a age, aoout one nsn every two illegally possessing a mule Acosta confiscated a scoped very beneficial law enforce- no.urn. ._ _ Plumas County. The fol- Freshman Miguel Vin- deer doe and buck. rifle from his truck and also ment tool" Dean sam.orowns may oe- w We$l Wing are scores and sum- ueza put in both of Quin- Officials from the DFG's noticed there was'bl od i "n -' .... come more mmcu|t to catch Ib laries of some of their . o n J 1998, the uru an- after they become 12 inches ;ld thefftatches, cy's goals, one in each half Wildlife Forensics Laborato- the bed of the pmkup, nounced that It has the abfli- or lon ,er borause of ar Invit " Trojan goalie Steven ry (WFL), Caltrans, the Call- The blood and tissue sam- ty to analyze physical evi- :7-. - - - Lrname iacy 15, Plumes Cl=ristian Dolloff "is really strong in fornia Highway Patrol, andples from the deer were sent dence taken froma deer, us- ;ne rta f : CiYa eIee n grs .... mso ieea on smau nut the goal," said coach Scott' Office all assisted in thesics Laboratory in Rancho nology. The DFG's Wddhfe continue to munch inverte tlm::t;, the Alpine County SheriWs to the DFG's Wildlife Foren- ing sophisticated DNA tech .... ....... , . Jeb Heiman scored three Koeller. "He did really groundbreaking case, whichCordova. DNA tests were Forensics Laboratory has br^tes such as flies -nd aroege l es for the Trojans, well." was prosecuted by Mono conducted by Jim Banks andbeen at the forefront of re- w;;ms as well he said( a y , Ostly from a halfback po-Danny Price was all over County Deputy District At-Ken Levine and the blood search ino wildlife DNA "" " 1 " '" "" v: e ' r auona rarK lee r g- lplace, tion Kendaal Strailey the field, helping Quincy torney Todd Graham. was matched as coming fromtechnology since the mid- ulations for Manzanita Lake the first goal of the make up for not being ableA sentencing hearing in one of the deer found on the 1970s. Led by wildlife foren- 'rovide for onl catch and re ame, and Nell Whitemanto field a full team. !'He has Mono County Superior tarp The results were con-sics specialists Levine and v . y _.,^.- r . lease fishing Unuet a Cored off a pass from Court is scheduled for Aug. fi ned by Dr. Kenneth Jones Banks, the DFG was the first limit and required the use of Froese+hr .... all kinds of stamina," said r tng 3. of Genetic Identification SeT- agency in the country withonly artificial lures with sin+ uttingt,,O Koeller. "He can go for "This case, which was a vices and biostatistician Dr. the capability of prosecuting ob W . . . g,e, ua[mw uour, . 1 Azevt . ur Passing and team- ever andever." very successful team effort, R eft ayne from UCLA. crlmmal deer wildhfe casesDean said that because A1 Rol rK were much improved will set a precedent for fu- Because there is no Call- using this specific proce-Manzanita Lake has very we,played a very strong Liberty Chr|atiaa & Quincy ture case evidence involving fornia case law which ad- dure, which identifies thecold water, it has a relativel he pinPme, said Quincy coach 1 DNA for our wardens inves-dresses deer genetic DNA re- animals through their corn- short urowinu season and arTyrs Strailey. Because of injury and ill- tigating wildlife crimes,"suits as evidence, Reed at- ponent parts, such as meat, thn t'ond~ tr~ h.~vo lard, or' and. Cli ness, Quincy was down said Deputy Chief Fred Cole, pie o ha e the deer fur, or a few drops of blood, older trout tem d t v ................. ~'"-' de No. Drtola 5, Squaw Valley 2 several players and lost to who noted that the Mono tt and i0ustin ZuidervaartLiberty Christian sept. 20. County Superior Court rul- ored four goals and Brett "We did not play a spirit-ing is the first deer DNA evi- )urnall#arson added a goal as the dence challenge at the appel- Network Administration I ipll BB I set at gers defeated Squaw Val- ed game," said Strailey. late court level in the coun- Computer Services I EE mmm lE-- ] ae Sept. 21. Down I-0 at halftime, the try. Maintenance I 1--'-" == I Trojans gave up two more On the evening of Jan. 10, goals in the second half be. 2001, about three months af- e team is pumped up,, fore Kendaal Strailey ter deer hunting season had Consulting Information : ed and wants to win,' lid Portola coach Anna Club .._ s" scored on a breakaway closed in the area, a Caltrans down the right side. employee reported seeing a 26 S T" team neTigers were relative- The Trojans will meet dead deer in the back of dohn t, ight on defense, and Liberty Christian again at When it comes to meeting the nd ie Ben Hubert had sev- the Quincy soccer home- technology needs of today, - - _ral great save coming Oct. 6. ed to~ s off of nu- aerous shots companies of all sizes turn utten .., by Squaw "We look forward to re- John !alley, added Burns. deeming ourselves," said to i' ( iT for professional and._. ht Manegu 40u . Piers Strailey. "It should , . , be a good game." solutions. 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