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6C W~adnesday, Oct. 3, 2018 Bulletin, Record, Progressive, Reporter QHS sophomore no. 15, Jonathan Swan, takes on a Paradise Cougar in Quincy. SOCCER, from page lC no local girls' teams to Jazzmyn O'bryant, Joan challenge this year, the Frank, Sabrina Walmer, Trojans have been traveling Haley Stewart, Sophia Jonathan Swan, Trevor to Nevada's Sage Ridge and Becwar-Berry, Aislinn Jennings, Isai Sanchez, Fall River to find matches. Soares, CoraGrace Hardy, .Tristan McMichael and "I'm very proud of the girls Maria Luisa, Kailee Harnter, captain Sein Yoacham. The and how well they are Makayla Schafer and Olivia only seniors on the team are playing," said Brawley. Chaffin. the two captains, Hardee and Team members are Sabina Portola will face the Yoacham. Winter, Chloe Emmot, Quincy boys in a second The Quincy girls' team ReAnna Weaver, Lexi rivalry match, the last of the coach is Jeff Brawley. With Baumgartner, Kristin season, Tuesday, Oct. 9, in Murphy, Emma Left, Quincy at 4 p.m. Thirty .h,e --L **sn~iin0 tha =n.t,=l Ra.;e;= IUlan' Retreat celebrate their 23rd consecutive year coming to Plumas County for a weekend of golf and fishing fun. They spent the evening visiting with a dozen friends acquired over the years from Quincy after a full day playing at Graeagle Meadows. Trojan captain Sein Yoacham is not so sure he agrees with the ref's call Paradise on Sept. 25. In the end QHS won 3-1. Photos by Mari Erin Roth as the Trojans take on Low Gross winners of the Plumas Pines Men's Club Mountain Classic are from left, Jordan Archuleta, Matt Stevenson, Dan Squires and Alex Bravos. Photos submitted GOLF, from page lC Zumbro, Laurie Humphries and Janet Grijalva. Graeagle Meadows Women's Golf Club On Thursday, Sept. 27, when Graeagle Meadows Women's Golf Club members held their annual Ace of Aces Playoff tournament, Mother Nature smiled on the players with warm temperatures and lovely autumn colors. In this tournament the Low Gross and Low Net winners from each month's Qualifier vie to be the 2018 Ace of Aces Champion. This year's winners were: Low Gross, Cynthia Baldwin, with a score of 88 (tiehreaker), and Low Net, Bey Reynolds with a net score of 73. All players also competed in the game of the day, Low Putts. And, the winners were: Flight A-- First place, Holly Anderson (29); second place, Debbie Fuetsch (30); and, third place, Suzie Wiese (32, tiebreaker). Flight B -- First place, Karen Fraser (32); second place, Carol Miller (35, tiebreaker); and, third place, Cathy Churchill (also 35). And there were chip-ins galore; Holly Anderson, Lois Childress, Maureen Ford, Tina Humphreys, Karen Linde and Suzie Wiese each had one chip-in. Graeagle Men's Golf Association On Sunday, Sept. 23, the Meadows Men's Club sponsored its annual Big Chief Couples' Tournament and Awards Dinner. On par 4s and 5s, the better net ball score of the couple counted; on par 3s, both net scores counted (very daunting, since two of the par 3s require a shot over water). "Par" in this game was 84 (72 plus four extra par 3s). The winners in Flight 1 were: First place, Sue and Tom Taylor with a score of 74; second place, Bev and Jim Reynolds (76). In Flight 2: First place, Suzie Wiese and Jack Gilbert (76); and, a three-way tie for second place among the teams of Cheryl Brennan/Jack Gilbert, Karen and George Fraser, and Carol and Norm Miller, each with 77. Following golf, a prime rib dinner with all the trimmings Graeagle Men's golf outgoing president George Fraser, right, congratulates incoming president Dr. John Scott. e OIL ,o - ? HELPS A TAD BOG FROG SAYS: "Don't dump used o//down storm drains, which commonly lead to streams, bays, rivers and oceans." is the targest source of oil pollution in mtr n fion waterways!" Advertising funded by a Grant from CalRecycle. ~ | Managed by Plumas County Dept. of Public Works. ~ was served at the Graeagle Fire Hall. Awards were presented for the year, handsome trophies to first place championship winners and engraved medallions to others. As mentioned in last week's report, the Club Champion was Mike Herrington, Senior Club Champion, Tom Taylor, and Super Senior Champion, Dave Dierking. Couples Club Champions were Winston Gile and Priscilla Piper. Wednesday, Sept. 26, was our annual fall membership meeting beginning with breakfast served at the Graeagle Meadows Restaurant. Many announcements were made for next year's season, including several new rule changes as governed by the USG.A. A very special Lifetime Service Achievement Award was presented to Bryan Hansen recognizing his years of outstanding service and contributions to our club. New officers for next year were elected, including Dr. John Scott taking over as president from George Fraser. Following the meeting, a two-man scramble was played, Two flights were scored. In Flight 1, there was a tie for first place, with a net 65 between the teams of Bill Hopp and Jim Reynolds and Dan Anderson with Ken Stevenson. Second place at 68 went to Mike Riley and Bob Laxague. And in third place it was Grant Mayfield and George Fraser at 70. Flight 2 had the team of Norm Nichols and Aubrey Neish scoring 64 for fn'st place; Bryan Hansen and Jim Oster, 66 for second place; and Winston Giles with Chuck Franck at 68 in third place. Except for the annual Cross Country tournament to be held on Oct. 17, Wednesday's scramble was the last official tournament of the year. Regular Wednesday and Friday play days will continue as long as the golf course remains open. Looking back, our 2018 season was met with much enthusiasm and good cheer. We all look forward to next year as our snowbirds fly south and the hardy ones remain here for winter golf in Reno. Inquires about membership in the Graeagle Men's Golf Association can be submitted to, or visit our website at Dir/index.html. To have your golf results and club news included in this weekly section, email the information to and by Friday at noon. i. i~ ~ i