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Quincy opens with a win over Loyalton

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Tyler Hartline (No. 25) slides into third last week against the Loyalton Grizzlies at home. Hartline scored two runs and earned an RBI in the game. Photos by Greg Knight
Greg Knight
Sports Editor
3/13/2015

The Quincy Trojans baseball team steamrolled its way into the 2015 season last week by decimating the Loyalton Grizzlies on a 15-1 final score. It was a game that bodes well for the Trojans going forward — as six players earned at least two runs in the short, five-inning match and three batters earned double RBIs.

The match was tied up at 1-1 throughout the first inning, with Loyalton drawing first blood on a run by Grizzly freshman Bowdy Griffin. It was the first, last and only run Loyalton would score in the game as the bats and base stealing efforts of the Trojans went white hot starting in the opening moments of the second inning. Add a comment

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Chester's Dakota Strand competes, places at state ski championship

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3/13/2015


Chester’s Dakota Strand takes the 33rd spot in giant slalom at the state ski championship meet at Mammoth on March 5. Strand also took 14th place in the slalom event at the meet. Photo submitted

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California Outdoors for the week of 3/13/2015

Carrie Wilson
California Departmnt of Fish and Wildlife

New anglers blindsided by fishing violation
Question: While surf fishing for the first time this past November near Santa Monica, my son caught a fish that he thought was a flounder. It was still alive and in a bucket of saltwater when a wildlife officer saw it, identified it as a halibut, said it was undersized and released it back into the ocean. We were unaware of species size restrictions so he gave us a handbook. The regulation booklet is a long, dense read to say the least, and complicated unless you fish more actively and are more knowledgeable than we are.

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Golf Results for the week of 3/13/2015

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3/13/2015

Mt. Huff Golf Results

The weather is holding out and the golf just keeps getting better and better. A record twenty-eight players came to the Wednesday Morning Scramble on March 4.

Three outstanding teams made the record book. At eleven under par, recognition for first place went to Mary Trafton, Jeff Stevens, David Smuts, and Bob McElroy. Second place, at ten under par, were Greg Stevens, Dan McConnell, John Hackett, and Ted Trafton. Third place team members, at seven under par, were Frank Neth, Dave Hudson, Stan Carr and Ron Carter.

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Chester falls to Paradise Adventist, 66-40, in playoffs

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Chester senior Wyatt Durkin (No. 0) leads the Volcanoes with 16 points against the Paradise Adventist Academy Cougars in Round 3 of the Northern Section Division VI playoffs. Photos by Greg Knight
Greg Knight
Sports Editor
3/13/2015

One could imagine that somewhere within the cloister of the Chester Volcanoes boys’ locker room there are five lockers with the words “Don’t quit” scrawled into the metal of the door — a fitting directive for the last team standing in the Northern Section Division VI playoff hunt from Plumas County. Despite all the heart and skill they could muster, the Volcanoes fell to the No. 1-seeded Paradise Adventist Academy Cougars, 66-40, on Tuesday, March 3, in Paradise.

Chester entered the 2014-15 playoffs as the No. 5 seed and dispatched Princeton (No. 12) and upset Hayfork (No. 4) before earning the right to face Paradise, the defending Pioneer-Valley League champion, to try for a shot at playing for a section title against Liberty Christian on March 6.

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