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Record, Reporter leap for the disc during a game of ulUmnte disc. Eight tournament at Feather River College last weekend. Wednesday, Nov. 21,2001 ~13 in in Y Success File photo/Shannon Morrow teams competed in Ultimate disc brings good competition By and American Mud, repre- is advanced by completing a S00 s sented Quincy in the tourna, pass to a teammate, and play- Eight teams came to Quln- ment. Muddier finished with ers with the disc may not .cy last weekend to partici- a 3-1 record, with its one loss run. pate in the "Fall in the Mud" coming against Venceremos,When a pass is not com- ultimate disc tom'nament at 13-7. pleted, the defense immedi- Feather River College. This Two high school teams alsoately takes possession of the was the first fall tournament competed. The Red Hand rep- disc and becomes the offense. hosted by Mountain Ultimate resented Castro Valley High A point is scored when the of. Disc (MUD), which also puts School, and Air Traffic Con- fense completes a pass in the on the MUD Classic each trol was from a high school defense's end zone. spring, in Nevada City. What makes ultimate Each team played four Upon being exposed to unique is the spirit of the games on Saturday, and then FRC, a number of the high game. Competitive play is en- the top two met in theschool students expressed an couraged, but never at the ex- championship match that interest in attending college pense of respect between night under the stadium there, players, adherence to rules, lights. On Sunday, a hat tourna- or the basic joy of play. Ulti- The tournament champi- ment was held. Approximate- mate is a self-refereeing ons were Donner Party (5-0), ly 45 players each put their sport, where players are re- a team from the Lake Tahoe name in a hat, and four sponsible for their own foul area. They played Goulash (4- teams were randomly drawn,and line calls, and resolve 1) in the title match and de- After the initial couple of their own disputes. feated them13.8, games, the two winning Unlike other competitive In the semifinals, Donner teams and the two losing team sports, opposing play- Party beat Reno's Free teams competed against each ers often congratulate each Range, and Goulash handed other, other on good plays and keep Venceremos their only loss. For those not familiar with a friendly relationship Goulash and Venceremos are the sport, ultimate is a fast throughout the game. Teams both teams from the Bay paced and exciting game. The usually make up a cheer for Area. play is continuous, and notheir rivals at the end of each Two local teams, Muddier contact is allowed. The disc contest. zui'" at too late to register is va' l ' entral Plumas Recre- the a_nd Park District's 1 F s,i, 2 Youth Basketball , ~ ~j~lle, lY JLLble blOC .ague is divided by Into three divisions n g0t rd/fourth, fifth/6th ke F ' enth/eighthJmu graders. 5eld [i ' a. gue is available for mid.w laiu' b girls from the Quin- nt to . dow Valley areas. it11 ation is $30 per child games are played at d pigh School's gyms _Ifa li ,' Y evenings and on i ti Ys. Practices begin Week of December. drafts for the boys di- are scheduled for Nov. 27, at the P 'tlDs have been slow al tn'l .. till have room for These l ag.es )r t .aderfttl opportunity Pen. li - YOuths to get out ne !It li'ont of the TVs and d and get some ex- gives them an op- for~'m--'~ to le arn teamwork ua tt Practice good : ltit ' '"P, while having l ".and meeting new t orn the different 11 Our area," said U CGlynn. recreation fifst s. COordinator for to t tional volunteer ,ar referees are still Well take coaches es Without experience them,,, McGlynn I '0 berilt) Ore information llt , league and coach- ereeing op rtuni ik~h). po - -- Stop by me office I grounds Road in Showroon ) '99 GMC 3S00 CREW CAB bodw. ~),000 miles, #074140 ........................................... m@lliRlll FORD PROBE , '99 FORD MUSTANG S//MA Ik., v-6, qx.d, MC, Jilk rob., P/WA P/S, CD, #224769 ...................... 'N FORD ESColrr G, I, o,,o., n, rdl i '97 FORD TAURUS. Whae, V-6, a~o., FWD, MC, I~, cn~u, P/V//L, P/S, AM/FM cau. ~))o~ ............................................. lid, redo., Y~, L~I), A/C, lill, auim, P/W/L, P/S, Awr~ am., #196783 ............ Gdd, V.6, $ A/C, Ja, rod, cnm, P/W/I, P/S, AWm ca ., #6 8406 ...................................................... DODGE IS00 @UAD CAB Cmi, 4x4, ov ., V-S, Al, fa, o'i PlWl flS, m ltq, uto 4t, ..h, #StS ................................ '9S GMC BOO EXT. CAB , it, n., V4, ,a, P/W/I, P/S,/ m m,., ~,~))u ............................................... 'H FORD EXPLORER v.6, crm, P /L, P/S, cm., ~~ ,oo...,ooo.ooo..oo*o,o,o.oooo*.o,,ooo..o....o.o,,,o MERCURY SABLE V.6, am., d im, robs, ! .,, ............................................................. 611 Main St. * Car Lot, 4o N. ROOF St. Susanville Sale exptre~ 11-27-.01 * All ~ plus tax, lic. &doc. fees