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," 2C Wednesday, Oct. 7, 2015 Bulletin, Record, Progressive, Reporter I Greg Knight effectiveness, no two players return for a total of 227 Sports Editor were better on the night than all-purpose yards. Dalton Johns and Darian Right behind Potts in Potts as each of them scored effectiveness on the ground The Greenville Indians two TDs against the Vikings. was Sheridan Kusel. The took a 40-12 homecoming Johns, a senior for the junior back carried nine victory on Friday, Oct. 2, Indians, scored early on a times for 119 yards and a TD, against Herlong, improving 6-yard drive up the middle, while also grabbing two to 3-3 overall and to 2-1 in the though the biggest play of the receptions for 28 yards. Eight-Man California South night for him would come Carter Kingdon managed Conference. later in the game. to complete a pair of The game was an air show After pushing the Vikingstwo-point conversions for the for Indians' quarterback Ray back to their own 1-yard line, Indians. He also forced three Bustamante as he threw for Johns seized on a fumble fumbles against Herlong ball 156 yards, completing eight recovery in the end zone for carriers arid logged four of his 15 passes, including a his second TD of the night, tackles. 56-yard touchdown reception As usual, Potts was a When it came to stopping by Kelvin Jeffrey. rushing machine; the senior the offense of the Vikings, no The ground game for running back tallied 161 yard one was better than Brent Bustamante was also highly on 11 carries and scored Washoe as he had seven solo effective as he added 79 yards twice, with the second oftackles and assisted on on five carries, with a long those on a 31-yard race another five. Ethan Elzea 26-yard rush late in the third against the Herlong was also a brick wall for the quarter, secondary. He added another Indians as he racked up three In terms of scoring 37 yards on an interception solo stops and seven assists. Carter Kingdon (No 5) lumbers down the field against Herlong homecoming win, Friday, Oct. 2. Photo by Anna Lawson Elzea apparently had the Herlong defensive line's number all night as well; the junior sacked Herlong's quarterback twice for 13 yards worth of lost yardage and hurried him repeatedly throughout the game. Alex Tassone and Joshua Kingsland also logged sacks during Greenville's 40-12 against the Viks' play caller. Greenville will travel to Elk Creek (1-5 overall, 1-2 conference) this Friday night. Kickoff is set for 7 p.m. Change is in the air and a lot of fall fishing is on the way Michael Condon The fish are shallow until when the water level is if the lure you are using is count on Calibaetis mayflies. Staff Writer the sun hits the water then high the fish move into the not producing, do not If there are no insects they will head for deeperinlet area for abundant feed hesitate to change lures,showing, I like to use leech water. Once the sun is on the and cooler water. In addition to the kokanee, patterns. The Jay Fair wig gle May the holes in your net be water, Set your downriggers Try pond smelt imitationstrollers are finding a few nymph is always a good no larger than thefish in it. from 30 to 35 feet. Sonar will on the powerhouse side ofbrowns and rainbows in pattern for Davis. ." i Irish Blessing help you fine tune the depth, the inlet and insect front of those same creeks. I have heard some good Doug Neal of Almanor The fish are there. But imitations on the creek side. From the reports I have reports from bank anglers on The weather is starting to Fishing Adventures with the feed so abundantTrout fishing is best in low heard, the fishing has been a the east side mostly around change and the leaves are (almanorfishingadventures.c getting their attention can be light conditions. Mid-day is little sporadic, but it is Mallard and Coot. Floating a starting to show a little color, om). trickY. Adding a bit of scent time to get out the bass gear. definitely improving, worm off the points at Summer weather has not The bite is very early, like to your lure can provide that Butt Lake has some Honker works well entirely released its grip but 6 a.m. to 7:30 a.m. and slows extra edge you need to get dynamite small mouth bass. Lake Davis If you are going to launch a change is in the air. down before picking up again some fish in your boat. Fishing is picking up small boat, make sure to Fall fishing has not yet by late morning according to Bank angling is a little Bucks Lake according to the folks at J check ramp conditions kicked into high gear but the Doug. .tough, but there are some The kokanee are schoolingand J's Grizzly Resort yourself before attempting to . - fish are starting to wake up Trollers have been browns moving into shallow up in front of Mill Creek and (832-0270). launch. . :. :. from their summer slumber, running Rainbow Runners in water in preparation for Bucks Creek in advance ofThe water level is low, orange, #2 Needlefish in Fire spawning, their annual spawning run. making it very tough to Lake Almanor Tiger, and 1/6 ounce Speedy The kokanee are still deep. I launch anything other than Frenchman Lake The water level has Shiners in silver hammer would start trolling around the smallest boats. If you do Frenchman is very low. dropped significantly at finish or red and gold. Butt Lake 40 feet, but use your sonar to have a small boat or canoe, Don't even think about Almanor. Water Doug recommends adding The water level is locate the most appropriate trolling between Coot and the launching a boat. The only temperature is still in the Pro-Cure Trophy Trout scent generally on the high side, depth. Big Island is productive right option is bank fishing near low 60-degree range. It is for added attraction, but it can be up one day and There are a number of now. the dam. Those who are starting to cool, but still too Fishing pressure has beendown the next. The fishing good kokanee lures. Most Fly fishing is best on the fishing the dam are picking warm for trout, very light. Nearly all of the can shut down when the work best when trolled west side of the lake. There up some healthy rainbows in , : : Pond smelt are everywhere action is coming from thewater level is changing slowly behind a dodger, may still be a few blood the one- to two-pound range. in the east basin according to east basin, drastically. Kokanee can be very picky so midges and you can usually Worms are the go-to bait. GOLF RESULTS Lake Almanor Country flight, Jean Rolls came in Karen Schmidt won first with one half of handicaps Club's Women's Golf Club first place and Lee Hunter place and Carol Lunsford subtracted from the totals. In On Tuesday; Sept. 15, the and Nancy Foote tied for and Mary Craig tied for Flight 1, Barbara Leonard members of the LACC's second place. Toddy Cutler second place. In the second won first place and Trudy Women's Golf Club played a had a chip-in on Hole 3, and flight, Madeleine Protsman Leete and Carol Lunsford game called "Tee to Green" Karen Schmidt chipped in on came in first place and tied for second place. In in which they played regular Hole 11. Collette Prentke and JeanFlight 2, Karen Schmidt golf, kept track of putts, and On Tuesday, Sept. 22, theRolls tied for second place, came in first place, Lee deducted them from their net women played a regular For the last game day of Hunter in second, and Jane scores. In the first flight, round of golf and retiring this season, Tuesday, Sept. Hilliard and Linda Yaap tied Maggie Fleming came in first tournament chair Jessie 29, club members played afor third place. In Flight 3, place, Toddy Cutler in King surprised everyone game called "Mutt & Jeff" in Claudine Gurney won first second, and Jessie King in with a new idea for the game which only the par 3s andplace, Peggy Lentz second, third place. In the second of the day. In the first flight, par 5s counted in the scoring and Collette Prentke and Jean Rolls t ed for third place. Barbara Leonard had a chip-in birdie on the Hole 17. The season ended with a brisk morning followed by a Mt. Huff Golf beautiful, blue-sky day. Cooler weather brought out a somewhat smaller Whitehawk Ranch Ladies crowd on Sept. 30, but the Golf Club turnout allowed us to form Last Tuesday's game was a five two- man teams. fun four-man event. Two First place winner was the players played the odd "R" team of Ron Carter and numbered holes while the Ron Christensen. Second other two played the even. place standing went to the The best net odd and even "J" of Jerry Hobbs and Jeff scores comprised the team Stevens. score. The team of Laurie Both Bill McRoberts and McKenzie, Arline Simpson, Ron Christensen got the Lynn Smith and Michele chip-in and Bill McRoberts Violett were winners by one also hit it closest to the pin. shot. Thursday evening's Also, there needs to be a scramble was rained out. clarification on The Good to see the rain, but ... WHRLGC Club see you next week. Championship, which was held a couple of weeks ago. To have golf results and club Michele Violett won the news included in this weekly Gross Club Championship in section, email the information to a 3-hole playoff against by Marcia Zeigler. Kara Curry Friday at 3p.m. came in second gross, as Marcia took the Net Captain's cup. We're RETIRING a er 4-7 t#ears! GOING OUT O B INESS 5ALE EVERYTHING MLIST GO! LAST DAY is Mondatj 11/50/t SPECIAL OPPERING: rot sale: I95,OOO im.,ported cookie s amps in over/O designs for pendies on the dollar. S cart a business):rom home as the sole supplier of Rt t al-e import cookie stamps. Store the cookie stamp invenf:ort# in qou " garage. Use qour own website plt, s race'bo&, F Interest, Twit:ter ,& YouTube' to market t:he stamps. P_mail For imCo: robin@rtjcra Qualified bugers onhj, please Main St Old Town ,CA 96020 e 1-530-2a8-1955 1.800-479-2723