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Progressive, Record. Reporter Wednesday. Dec 26.2001 3@ Morlrow Editor ~-e Chester boys junior basketball team went the Modoc tournament Dec. 13-15, receiv- loss of the season. boysvarsity team went remained winless. Eric Roberts at least 20 points in game for Chester's JV and Freshman Jamie averaged over 10 he JV Volcanoes played iduring the third quarter game, consistently" their opponents larger margin than in other quarter. Chester up an average of just 6 ts in the third quarter hout the tournament. te Volcanoes' ,IV squad its first loss in a game against Modoc they were defeated 40- oberts went 9-12 from line and to- 21 points. Rouland net- defeated Tule- 50-31. Roberts collected his 20 points in the sec- and third quarters, and claimed 12 points. Daniel White ed 6 points, all in the quarter. its third game, Chester Liberty Christian, 53-38, them by 13 points third quarter. Roberts 23 points, followed with 12 points and with 8 points. and Brian sworth earned all- ney selections. The junior varsity team 'has a 6-1 overall record. ie varsity team for lost its first game to 63-33. Ryan Baxter the scoring with 11 sinking two 3-point and going 3-4 from the line. Volcanoes were then by Liberty Christian, At the end of the first the score was 29-0. recorded 10 points, :y Valin and Jeremy totaled 8 points each, Rives registered 7 Lts. Baxter and Valin drained two shots from town. their final match 1st Tulelake, the Volea- were defeated, 58-40. again hit two treys and 12 points, and Todd 8 points. Todd was selected All-Tournament team. Volcanoes open their contests with a home against Portola Jan. 9. File photo/Shannon Morrow Ryon Baxter shoots a jumper for Chester. Baxter led the varsity's scoring in two games at Modoc. I The Central Pl mas Recre- ation and Park District has teamed up with the Plumas Ski Club and Tobacco Master Settlement Agreement Fund to offer a new downhill ski instruction program for be- ginning skiers on select Sat- urdays. The Saturday ski instruc- tion program will primarily be for youths in school, grades first through sixth, but additional family, mem- bers may participate on a space-available basis, accord- ing to recreation and park district director, Jim Boland. The Saturday ski instruc- tion program will feature su- pervised, round-trip bus transportation, from Quincy to the Tahoe-Donner Ski Re- sort, by Plumas Transit; ski equipment rental; lift tickets and ski instruction. Members of the Plumas ski club will accompany and as- sist youths on each trip. Two ski program dates have been scheduled: Saturday, Jan. 19, and Saturday, Feb. 2, 2002. The Plumas Transit bus will pick up skiers adjacent to the Quincy courthouse at 8:30 a.m. and return by ap- proximately 4 p.m., Boland noted. The recreation and park district and the Plumas Ski Club had hoped to offer the ski instruction program at the Ski Gold Mountain resort in Johnsville this year, but recently discovered that it is unlikely Ski Gold Mountain will resume normal lift oper- ations during the 2001/2002 ski season. "The goal of the new Satur- day ski instruction program is to offer an affordable means for youths to learn the healthy outdoor activity of skiing in a nearby, family- oriented ski area. The t)on- ner Ski Resort is noted tar its low-key and beginner-friend- ly orientation, quite similar to tile Johnsville ski hill, when it is up and running," Boland said. For more information, or to register for the Saturday ski instruction program, con- tact Jim Boland at 283-3278, or stop by the recreation and park district office at 34 Fair- ground Rd., Quincy. Two plants Freshwater Lagoon, in Humboldt County, and La- goon Creek Pond, in Del Norte County, will be the tar- gets of trout plants to be made in January by the De- partment of Fish and Game's Mad River Hatchery, the DFG said today. Freshwater has been stocked twice this month. Hatchery officials said they will have delivered 3,600 sport-sized rainbow trout to Freshwater Lagoon by the third week of January. An- other 1,000 rainbow will be planted at Lagoon Creek Pond in early January. Coastal waters that include Fish Lake in Humboldt, Dry Lake in Del Norte and Ruth Lake in Trinity ounty are al- so on Mad River Hatchery's trout plant schedules, set to run from now through early June. o Snow res SnowChains, Studding, Brake Service years experience with Social Security DISABILITY If you're totally disabled and expect to be out of work 12 months or more, you may merit Social Security Disability even if you've been previously denied. 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