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Dressive, Procj Record, Reporter BR Wednesday, Oct 10, 2001 1C II P1"11 II II III II IIr"'lr'' I'[ ....... ..... i ZZLL I , ,iI t ' I ..... ]IF .....j_ ................ g through Its earlier things have now r the Quincy volley- and it has won its e league games. eren't playing too beginning of the coach Chad we're focused - - t'Yone ~Y" h " has turned it est t/mdded that the play- ~er ~really cut down on ~mental mistakes, made a big differ- m't have a whole lot F. .but we're very ath- ~rl yn~. M 'S first league -A9mas on the road 28 elta Sept 27 After "" . :heir fin'st'game (15- tE tUOsing their second 'INO Z), the Trojans bat- for a key 16 14 vic te third game The ~It w J'- |.. . . . .y it in the fourth a gainst Live Oak Uincy again won R, ..es to one, in a .qlt "lth lots of scoring runs. "We're finally coming to- In the first game, Quincy gether as a team," said took a quick 3-0 lead, but Hyink. "We should be tough then Live Oak ran up eight to beat." points. Hyink decided to take All of Quincy's players are a timeout at this point, after juniors except for Annie which Quincy put up 11 Daun, the one returning se- unanswered points for a 15-8 nior. Daun plays club volley- win. ball in Reno during the off The second game had simi- season and "is a very intelli- lar streaks, but Live Oak won gent player," said Hyink. 15-13. The game began with a "Shani Quiring has played 5-0 Trojan lead, but then Live tremendously in the last few Oak scored the next eight games. She makes good deci- points. Quincy eventually sions and is serving well. took a 13-10 lead, but Live "Katie Mansell is doing a Oak rallied with a five-point good job learning middle streak for the win. blocker. She's aggressive and Live Oak kept its momen- really goes after the ball. She tum going into the third keeps getting better and bet- game and went up 4-0, but ter,"added Hyink. Quincy scored 13 straight Hyink also praised several points off the serving of other players for their strong Shani Quiring on its way to a defensive skills and their 15-6win. good communication and In the final game, Live Oak teamwork. took a 4-3 lead after Quincy "The kids are supporting scored the first three points, each other; they're not corn- but then the Trojans worked plaining," said Hyink. up to a 14-5 lead. Live Oak at- "They're not letting the ball tempted one last rally before hit the floor. I'm pretty proud Quincy put them away, 15-9. of them." Last Thursday, Quincy Quincy's next home game went on the road again and is tomorrow night, Oct. 11, swept East Nicolaus in three against Capital Christian, be- games, 15-7, 15-9 and 15-10. ginning at 7 p.m. Photos by Morrow Senior Annie Oaun plays the net for ms teammate Jhani Qulrlng looks on. The Trojans Iwve creme togeUwr ms a team Iwve won their three lealNe red, a serve from the back row, determined mot to let the Iwil hit left: Krystal Dana and Krlstin l Imce. Photo Shannon Uoffow Vaqll roaches for a good hamlhoM m he leads a cUmb up grlzxjy dome, the North Fork of the Feath Rivw. Vargas is student intern for recreatkm program at Feather Rivw College, and helps lastmct cowses offered through FIle. The Central Plumas Recre-nior ski-racing program courage new skiers to come ation and Parks District through the CPRPD. Most ofinto the program," added (CPRPD) and the Johnsville the coming season's racingSmart. "As long as a child is Junior Ski Team (JJST) have events are planned for ski re- able to put their skis on announced that they have sorts in the Truckee-Donner themselves, get on and off a begun sign-ups for the win- area. chair lift and stop and turn, ter 2001-2002 ski season. Ac- Last year's junior teams even if it's snow plowing, cording to race directorswere very successful, accord- well take them," he added. Tamara Wilton and Elliotting to Wilton. The JJST Bud- The junior program is Smart two sign-up nights dy Werner All-Star teams available tochildren whoare will be held., took second and third places ages 7-14 (second- through A sign-up night will be in their divisions. Seven eighth-graders). held in Portola on Oct. 17 at Johnsville team members Children must have their the Portola Community Li-earned individual medals as own ski equipment to partic. brary beginning at 7 p.m.well. ipate. According to Wilton,. A second sign-up night Smart noted that the JJST there are several rental will be held in Quincy onis a great opportunity forshops that provide full-sea- Oct. 18 at Quincy Elemen-family skiing. "Many parents son rental of children's tarySchool. Thisslgn-upses- accompany the team to equipment at reasonable sion will also start at 7 p.m. events and make the races prices. She added that some JJST coaches and race di-an opportunity for families younger skiers who may rectors will be on hand at to enjoy outdoor winter need refresher lessons could each of the sign-up sessions recreation together," he stat. take advantage of the Christ- to provide information and ed. All of the race locations mas holiday break to take a answer questions about the offer discounted lift tickets beginner lesson, since the ski-racing program, to parents who accompany program will not start events The Junior Ski Team is inthe team and want to ski. in earnest until the second its 15th year of offering a ju- "We are also anxious to en- week in January. www.dragongolf.com iii Hole Of The Week Number 4 Standing high on the tees of "Faith", looking down into the Drag- on's playground, the wild and Scenic Feather River winds curva- ceously and sinuously. The river canyon looks as if the Dragon has cut its deep canyons over centuries. A Hero must have faith and trust in his judgment when choosing which club to use for this par 4, 316 yard hole. A hook is certain to end up as the Dragon's prize down in the canyon and a slice will certainly put you in dangfr in the woods. Only with a well placed tee shot can you reach the green in one. Over shooting the green holds yet another surprise, a hidden bunker and a steep ravine. Only the pure of heart will master "Faith". 1-$30-832-4887 A ~ drive from Rmlo-Tldme ii,, i I