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2C Wednesday, Dec. 8, 2010 Bulletin, Progressive, Record, Reporter Third place The Quincy High School girls' basketball team opened its season by going 2-1 at the Biggs tournament to earn third place. Korey Cline was named to the all-tournament team. Photo submitted Grizzly runners compete at state Kayleen Taylor Lassen Sports Editor Despite having a small team, the Lassen High Griz- zly cross country team sent three of its runners to the state competition Saturday, Nov. 27 at Woodward Park in Fresno, Calif. Tiffany Heflin, Marcus Em- mert and Mike McCullough competed in the 3.1-mile course that winds through walking paths, grass, hills and pavement. The weather was a cool 48 degrees during the meet with no wind. All five divisions in the state were represented for a total of 2,000 runners. all the other competitors from all over the state," said McCullough. "(It was) quite an event." Kevin Cooper, in his sec- ond year as head coach for the cross country team, said to make it to the state compe- tition was an accomplish- ment for the runners. "Some of the best runners in the state ... were there. Some will be in the Olympics in the future, so you really see some amazing runners," said Cooper. "It's a really great atmosphere." It was Heflin's last race as a senior for the cross country team. Helfin has qualified for state a(:f0ar years she has flf#n on the:team ............ "It was pretty exciting go- ,The girls Division IV race ing down there (and) seeing was very competitive in Fres- no, and several of the top fin- ishers ran the 5K course in less than 1B minutes. Heflin ran a hard fought race and finished 23 out of 188 with a time of 19 minutes, 17 seconds. Helfin said she's sad the season is over but is looking forward to competing on the track and field team in the spring. "Sometimes I wish I could re-do it all again," said Heflin. Helfin has also qualified in state competition her sopho- more year in track and field for the Grizzlies. Emmert and McCullough, juniors, had their first trip to state for the boys Division IV and faced a total of 204 run- ners. Emmert finished 134 with a time of 17:49 and, teammate Mike McCoullough finished 162 with a time of 18:15. McCullough said if he qual- ifies for state next year, he has a better idea of what training he needs to immerse himself in. Overall, the Grizzlies did well for the cross country season. "It think it went well," said Heflin. "For the team, a lot of people improved their times." McCullough agrees and said from the first meet of the . season in Las Plumas to the league finals meet at the same trail, everyone im- proved their time. "We all did good," said Mc- Cullough. I|UGE SAVINGS ONLY ONE LEFT! Suggested Retail 128,938.00 SAVE TENS OF THOUSANDS PI:AN :1 f4:8 2MtIR APPROX |,31 ,Q FT {)4' .:)X /6,,'ff] :q F'T, W.. 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"She's big time," said FRC coach Sarah Ritchie. "She works her butt off. She ran and lifted every day. "She's one of those highly driven people, one of those players you wish everyone was like on the team. She's awesome." Other all-conference play- ers for the Golden Eagles in- cluded Kim Naut, Bryanna Chavez and Katy Batchelder. Honorable mentions for FRC were Jovana Sisovic and Natalie Ray. After winning FRC's first ever Golden Valley Confer- ence title with an undefeated record, the Golden Eagles lost in the opening round of the playoffs to American River, 20-25, 16-25 and 18-25. "We played one of our worst games of the season when we needed to play our best," said Ritchie. "We had three girls who hit in the negative, which has never happened before." Hitting in the negative means a player recorded more errors than kills. "It was a disappointing end to a great season," said Ritchie. Miller had 22 assists and 15 digs for a solid perfor- mance. 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