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Record, Reporter From Page One Wednesday, Nov 21,2001 3C MeUssa Page reaches for the ball, as Jenna Keena another winning season with a'13-1 record. Pl~oto by Shannon Morrow backs her up. The Lady Panthers made fewer mistakes from page 1C toni. "She did a good job for tistoni. game opened us defensively." On offense, Melissa Page scoring the Game three began with led with 16 kills, followed by Points, and then Portola working up a 4-0 lead Keena with six, Megan West the lead at 4-3. through eight sideouts, butwith four, and Lindsey West mistakes by Porto- then Maxwell tied it up with and Foard with three apiece. by the Panthers four quick scores. It was aThe Lady Tigers finished an ll-point run for battle from there with nu- at 13-1, taking first place in The Tigers were merous lead changes, work- league and going undefeated Score the next 6 ing up to a 9-9 tie. Maxwell through the regular season. off the serving took over after that and al- "I'm proud of the girls--we Lrly Foard, until lowed the Tigers just one fi- had a great season," said Bat- Put the game away nal point before winning, 15- tistoni, who is stepping down 10. as head coach. "I've enjoyed Brooks came in "They didn't make the mis- my five years of coaching. ," said Battis- takes and we did," said Bat- It's been a great ride." Lake Davis fish behind 1-1/2 colors of hunt canceled Fishing this past week has lead core line. Jones was fish- varied from fair to excellent, ing the Eagle Point area. A late season waterfowl deperiding on the day and the Fly-fishing: Rated good hunt in the Sacramento-San fishermen. Water surface one day and slow the next.Joaquin Delta has been can- temperatures are running Dave, of Grass Valley, andceled, California Department from 49-5! degrees. Including Dan, of Blairsden, caught and of Fish and Game (DFG) offi- good and bad days, three fish released 16 fish on Men., cialsannounced. per rod is the average. The Nov. 5. Rich, of Sacramento, The hunt, which has been rainbows being landed are had a nine-fish day on Nov. 9. running from 12-20inches. They were fishing in Free-jointly conducted by the Shore: Limits to near lim- man Creek. Most all fish DFG and the Department of its have been the rule this were caught on the J. FairWater Resources (DWR) for past week. Jerry Dollard vis- weighted wiggly tail nymph, the past three years, was de- ited with a half-dozen anglers The nymph is fished best veloped and managed to take at Camp Five on Friday when presented with a float- advantage of normalagricul- evening, Nov. 9, and they had ing line, a slow retrieve and tural practices by the tenant an average of four fish on just off the bottom. Most farmers in the areas. Unfor- their stringers. Some proba- takes are soft and subtle,tunately, winter flooding bly limited out, as the fish Frenchman Lake will not be conducted this were still biting and there There's been lots of greatyear, prompting the DFG to was daylight remaining, fishing at Frenchman Lake cancel the late season water- The consistently good ar- this week. Shore fishing has fowl hunt this season. eas have been Camp Five and been really good at the north The late season waterfowl the Fairview area of Mosqui- end of the lake. Most are using hunt began during the to Slough. Half an inflated worms and/or various colors 1998/1999 season to expand night crawler and/or Power- of PowerBait. Orange has pheasant hunting opportuni- Bait has been the bait of been working especially well. ties, which became available choice. Fly-fishing with cinnamon Trolling: Rated good. woolly buggers has been very in the Sacramento-San John Schmidt and his broth- productive again this week at Joaquin Delta in 1993. The er, Ray, boated limits to 18 Snallygaster and Night DFG will be working with inches on Fri., Nov. 9. They Crawler Bay. the DWR and their tenant were top-lining with dodgers Chaim Sassman from Loy- farmers over the next year to and night crawlers in the alton brought in four rain- explore methods of provid- lightning tree area. bows that he caught Nov. 12 ing waterfowl opportunities Quincy's Bob Jones landed at Turkey Point using Power- in future years, without im- nine rainbows, up to 3 Bait. Each fish weighed atpacting farming operations. pounds, by trolling needle- least a pound. ,5fudding, Brake Service SIZE DIRECT PRICE 155R12 .................................. $36.98 145R13 .................................. $38.98 155R13 .................................. $40.98 165R13 .................................. $42.98 PI75/'TQR14 ............................ ,~.9.98 P175/65R14 ............................ $52.9B 185/65R14 .............................. $57.98 P155~13 ............................ $39.98 PI65/80R13 ............................ $40,98 P175/OOR13 ............................ $42.98 PIB5/BOA13 ................. : .......... $44.98 P165[/SR14 ............................ $46,98 PI95/75R14 ............................ $49,98 P205C/SR14 ............................ $51,98 P215//SR14 ............................ $57.98 P205[/SR15 ............................ $51.98 P185/85R15 ............................ $53.98 P195/65R15 ............................ $57.98 1651115 .................................. $44.98 175170R13 .............................. $41.98 185/70R13 .............................. $42.98 185/70R14 .............................. $45.98 195/"/OR14 .............................. $47.98 P215/75R15 ............................ $54.98 P225/75R15 ............................ $56.98 P235/75R15 ............................ $59.98 P205/70R14 ............................ $51.98 P215/'TOR14 ............................ $53.98 P205//0R15 ............................ $52.98 P21S/70R15 ............................ $53.98 P225/70R15 ............................ $56.98 Tread dedgn nW v'~y SIZE DIRECT PRICE 205/55R16 .............................. $71.98 185/60R14 .............................. $51.98 195/60R 14 .............................. ~53 9B 215/50R14 .............................. $64.9B 195~0R15 .............. :: .............. $55.98 205/60R15 .............................. $M.98 215/60R15 .............................. $60.98 215/60R16 .............................. $65.98 225/60R16 .............................. $70.98 205/65R15 .............................. $5,9.98 215/65R15 .............................. $63.96 Tread o~sign may vary. ULTIMATE TRACTION// Big Foot MT Reintorced Sidewall Grip With Meaty Block Design Computer Designed Variegated Tread Blocks , Pinned For Studs House goes for an underhand shot with her left Golden Eagles lost to Gavilan College, 72-59. Photo by Shannon rrow Thursday, Nov. At home this Saturday from page 1C and something we can buildnite bright spot for us," said QOlden West Col- on," said Bates. Bates. "If we can follow her Second half of the Sarah Taylor registered 11lead and play with her kind )ooting at 37 per- points and eight rebounds,of intensity, we wil] be time." Was too little, too Godfrey recorded 10 pointsThe Golden Eagles will be and 12 rebounds, and LaVi-at home this Saturday, Nov. happy with our gne was credited with 10 24, against American River but feel all points, five rebounds and College. The game begins at 6 games so far have four steals, p.m. in FRC's gymnasium. Ood starting spot "Erin LaVigne was a deft- Ne 4Wl h t e tleee ! 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