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;ressive,~Progressive, Record, Reporter Wednesday, Oct. 10, 2001 Trojan Pop Warn- ception was pivotal in set- Huff GOlf Club kicked off its sea- ting up one of Hedrick's In the Wednesday, Oct. 3, 8 in Winnemucca, touchdowns, scramble, first place went to Junior Midgets, Sept. 22 was a day when ul- captain Yvonne Wright, tigh expectations this timate rivals would play. along with Jerry Quam, Ken away with a 12-7 The Quincy Trojans hosted Butterfield and Jim Dunbar. the Second place went to cap- Nolan and Jace Feather River Portola tain Lois Butterfield, and combined for the Tigers, handing them a 32-6 with additional defeat. Barbara Quam, Jess Boyd live production from The Trojan offense was redand Leo Sorosinski. Hedrick, who had fourhot, including quarterbackThird place was won by for 63 yards and fourHoward, with over 200 yards captain Betty Allingham, ; for 30 yards, passing, along with Merlin Ailing- Trojan defense did a Hedrick had 296 total ham, Marilyn Johnson and job, involving Nolan,yards on offense, and Antho- J.C. Barnes. tackles; Hedrick, ny Lynn rushed up and downThe blind draw for part- 14 tackles; and a the Portola defense, high-hers on Oct. 5 saw first place interception, lighted by a 75-yard touch- won by Irma Boyd and Ken 15, the Quincy Trojandown reception from Butterfield. In second place Midgets traveled to Howard. Nolan and Hedrick were Ray Mathes and Bar- Tahoe and improved also scored two touchdownsbara Quam; and in third to 2-0 With a fi- each, while Jared West ;ore of 18-0. Hedrickplowed out a lot of offensive place were Jerry Quam and three touchdowns on yards as well. Yvonne Wright. for 148 yards. The Trojan defense was al-Lois Butterfield won the defense stepped it up, so a standout, which includ- chip-in. 35 yards ed interceptions by Dallas Tahoe. Nolan had a WiUits, Nolan, and Hedrick. Meadows game with 20 tackles. Workhorse Nolan aIso W 's Golf Club Logan's long pass re- racked up 20 tackles. The club held its annual a ards luncheon Oct. 2 at and Blind draw (Linda Bil-day chair, Gigi McClure, for Nakoma Resort. They for- get). The second place team, organizing and operating a mally presented awards and with a 63, was Pat K0ehlergreat season Of fun golf trophies to the many win- and.Joan Conyers, games and pairings for the ners announced this past The club thanks its play club. summer. The very prestigious award of "Most Improved Golfer of the Year" was pre- sented to Helene Spitzer. On the final regular play day of the season, the Graea- gle Meadows Women's Golf Club played one best ball with a partner of choice. In the first flight, the team of Diane Trainor and Kathy Sipel tied for first place with Jeanne Reinhardt and Wan- da Wideriksen, with scores of 62. In second place was the team of Pat Grew and Gayle Stockman, with a 64. The second flight first place was a tie between two teams with 62: Barbara Nel- son and Jeanne Swanson tied with Donna Swanson Saturday, Oct-. 13, is the an- nual Trout Unlimited fund- raiser dinner. This eventful evening will feature a con- test, live auction, door prizes and of' course, a fine meal. The dinner will be held at the Graeagle Fire Hall with cocktails served at 6 p.m. and dinfier at 7 p.m. Trout Unlimited is not just for those interested in fish- ing. The scope of Trout Un- limited includes creek restoration, improvements for waterways, wildlife and education programs, just to name a few. It's an important cause that needs your participa- tion. Seating will be limited for this event. 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