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Reporter Eagles, volleyball team win. FRC finished File photo/Shannon Morrow beat Lassen In four games last Saturday, posting with a 1-10 record this season. I l I MOrrow Spears added that the teamRoza earned six assists, and was divided through much of Carey contributed numerous River College the season, and that theredigs. ended its sea- were attitude problems. At home Nov. 2 against Col- at home last In Saturday's game againstlege of the Siskiyous, the La- 10, defeating Lassen, Lisa Carey and Jill dy Eagles were defeated in 30-22, 30-21, Barney were each successful four games, 31-33, 30-19, 20-30 on 20 serves, and Carey and21-30. to end the sea- earned three aces. "The girls played excellent said as- At the net, Davia Moss and we came so close," said Terri Spears. recorded nine kills and Spears. "All around, the girls to see the girlsNatassia Jones added eightdid great." kills, and they each earned FRC totaled 12 aces, led by marked FRC's four blocks. Woodside with four, Barney win. Led Shevaughn Woodside and with three and Cater with April Garrish- Michelle Roza: bined for three. Carey also contributed Eagles fin- 23 assists, and "were especial- 13 digs. 'ear at 1-10 in ly great in making the offense Moss racked up 11 kills and Overall. run," said Spears. eight blocks at the net, and Why the team "Michelle, Lisa and Jill Michelle Roza was credited Season, Spears were digging everything up," with 12 assists. the five girls added Spears. In their Nov. 3 game from the Ba- The night before, FRC lostagainst Shasta, the Lady national team to Buttein three games, 20-30, Tigers were swept in three With the other 20-30 and 15-30. games, 30-18, 30-11 and 30-11. "It was a victory for us be- "We really struggled the talent, but cause we kept our morale up against Shasta," said Spears. Work together and we had a lot of fun," said "We couldn't get our spirits said Spears. Spears. back up after some mis- re all kinds of Moss delivered six kills takes." and four blocks in the game, D Ville Junior Ski and the Recreation ]Strict have an- are be- the junior Tama- race direc- Will continue materi- Skiers through that sign-ups slower than "I think it's been a little hard without the Saturday ski program avail- able," she stated. "But the good news is that the ski team will take any child, 7-14, who can snow plow, turn and stop on their own." The Junior Ski Team had success last year with a de- velopmental program for kids who weren't quite ready to race yet, but still wanted the fun and enjoyment of winter outdoor recreation. And, while children must have their own equipment to participate, Wilton noted that several ski shops in the Reno and Truckee area are offering good deals on season rental packages for kids. Registration packets for children interested in the program are available at the CPRPD offices on Fair- grounds Road. Interested parents can call the Recre- ation District at 283-3278 for further information. Administration r Services Maintenance Consulting Plumas County mputer ervlce re.pair and maintain home systems. From home to tech support, does it all. F C::iT also PrOfessional solutions businesses, specializes g, trubleshdng' Speed internet tltilizing W-DSL ia located in East Quincy in the professional building at 2056 E. Main St. I Iours __3 to tt r. Friday 2056 E. Main St. #4 Quincy we sday, BY Me mw spot= E 0r If you've heard of ultimate disc and would like to see it played, there's a great oppor- tunity to watch some games this weekend at Feather Riv- er College. A coed ultunate disc tour- nament will be held this Sat- urday, Nov. 17, at FRC, be- ginning at 9 a.m. It will ben full day of simultaneous games taking place on sever- al different fields, with the championship game sched- tiled for 5:80 p.m. under the stadium lights. Additional games will be played on Sun- day. Admission is free for spec- tators. Proceeds generated by team entry fees will be donat- ed to a specific charity that will be voted on by all the participants. Quincy's Mountain Ulti- mate Disc (MUD) Club is or- ganizing the fall tournament, led by Elizabeth Powell and Homer Read. The tourna- ment is named "Fall in the Mud." There is also an annual MUD Classic ultimate disc tournament held every spring. FRC offers an ultimate disc class throughout the school year, and it is the college's most popular P:E. course, Nov. 14, 2001 '01 FORD FORD mR S/ #~, I~7~I I. A men's team from Quincy relweSeated Berkeley teams, among PROBE C, dd, S A/,O, tlS, my,., $1,0 0 ads, #I /03 ............... '99 MERCURY 'OO Ir, OIID 'IrAURUl ......................... '00 TOYOTA tAta, ifltmt... '9g FORD 'SIS GMC 2S00 EXTENDED CAB d,o ,,,d, d,k 4., i., i, ow, tm/ t/s, ................. '98 FORD '110 MAZOI W ta, ........ ~|. ooo,.,ooo~oooo.,o,o .,oo.oo,..,o,o~,o~ N TAI V-6, am., d in.r, #103930. A A" alNNlt LOW PAYMENT LEIL I OPTIONJ z LOTS IN UPTOWN "~ ~ p~ tax. ,c. ar~ do. tm ot0 su me MUD In a tow, 7C