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Sports

Fish and Fungi

Michael Condon
Staff Writer
Internet@Plumasnews.com

A week ago we enjoyed a beautiful and warm Saturday.  This time of year each day like that could be the last such day for many months.

There was only one thing for me to do.  Load up the dog and head out fishing.

There is very little time left before stream fishing season closes for the year so I decided to skip the hot action offered by so many of our local lakes right now, and I headed for the Middle Fork of the Feather River.

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Quincy Trojans defeat Portola to take league title

Shannon Morrow
Sports Editor
11/10/2010

The Quincy High School football team completed its regular season schedule with a big exclamation point last Friday night, when the Trojans defeated Portola 38-0.Quincy_sportsx_5c_COLOR

With the win, Quincy took first place in the Mid-Valley League and received the number two seed in the Division IV playoffs.

The Trojans host seventh-seeded East Nicolaus this Friday night.

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Fishing Report for the week of 11/10/2010

Michael Condon
Staff Writer
Internet@plumasnews.com

Frenchman Lake
The folks at Wiggins Trading Post (993-4683) report fishing has been excellent all around the lake. The air is a little colder so fishing a bit deeper may increase your productivity.

Don’t forget Little Last Chance Creek. There are only a few days left before the stream season close. One local fisherman fishing the creek used a grasshopper pattern and caught a brown estimated to be 4 – 6 pounds.

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League Champions

Feather Publishing
11/3/2010

Soccer

The Quincy High School girls' soccer team won the Feather River League championship with a 1-0 victory against top-seeded Chester Wednesday, Oct 27.  Photo by Shannon Morrow
  

Women's soccer plays at home

Feather Publishing
11/3/2010

The Feather River College women’s soccer team hosted the Shasta College Knights Oct. 26, and the Knights walked away with a 3-2 conference victory.

The opening half of the match looked promising for the Lady Eagles, as they jumped out to a 2-0 lead. Sage Clark opened the scoring with a breakaway goal just eight minutes into the match.

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