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Golf Results for the week of 8/18/2010

Plumas Pines Women's Golf Results

On Tuesday, Aug. 10, Plumas Pines ladies played the game of Odd or Even. Players chose either all odd holes or all even holes at the end of their round, added up their scores and deducted half of their handicap.

Eighteen players competed in 3 flights. Chip-ins were also awarded and three were made, by Cathy Cianciolo, Connie Raheb, and Sally Heskett. In the First Flight, Scooter Kidwell took first place, second place went to Janet Holladay, and third place went to Jeannine McDonald. In the Second Flight, Cathy Cianciolo won first place, Pat Nichols won second, and Jan Pierce won third. In the Third Flight, Mary Blaylock took first, Carole Benson second, and Shirley Agnos third.

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Fishing Report for the week of 8/18/2010

Frenchman Lake

Fishing at Frenchman's remains steady and plentiful. Fishermen are catching limits, weighing 1-1/2 to 2 pounds and about 17 - 21 inches in length. Nightcrawlers seem to be the best bait.

The east side of the lake, at Crystal and Turkey Point, are favorites and early morning seems to be the best time. Fishermen are catching rainbow trout, crawdads and catfish.

Call for current updates 993-4683.

Report courtesy of Wiggin's Trading Post; 993-4683

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Fishing Report for the week of 8/11/2010

Frenchman Lake
The weather seems to be cooling down and fishing at Frenchman's continues to be plentiful.

Eli of Reno, Nev., caught a rainbow trout at the dam, from the shore, using nightcrawlers. It weighed about 1-1/2 pounds and was about 15 - 17 inches in length.

Mike of Chilcoot caught three at the dam using PowerBait in chartreuse. Most were 15 - 18 inches in length and weighed about 1-1/2 to 2 pounds.

Call for current updates 993-4683.

Report courtesy of Wiggin's Trading Post; 993-4683

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Brand completes 100 mile run in less than 24 hours

 

Brand finishes 100 mi

 

Graeagle resident Scott Brand crosses the finish line. To race in the Western States 100, runners have to qualify, serve as volunteers, and win an entry by lottery.

 
 
Shannon Morrow
Sports Editor
8/5/2010

The Western States 100, a premier ultra-running race from Squaw Valley to Auburn, tests the boundaries of human endurance.

The 100-mile course across the Sierra Nevada range takes runners through snowfields and swollen creeks before dropping them down into sweltering hot canyons. The route totals 18,000 feet of elevation gain and 23,000 feet of elevation loss.

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Golf results for the week of 8/4/2010

Mt. Huff

Wednesay Scramble

A little bit of a cooling trend brought our golfers out for the Mt. Huff Wednesday Morning Scramble.

The first place team members were: Nolan Bussey, Ralph Cote, and Bob McElman.

In second place were team members John Hackett, Phil Rodger and Bill Arave.

The chip-in competition was a tie between Nolan Bussey and Phil Rodgers.

Closest to the pin was won by Bob McElman.

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