All-League players announced


All League

Tahja Watkins, who finished the season with a .573 batting average for the Chester Volcanoes, was selected as the Most Valuable Player in the Feather River League. 

Shannon Morrow
Sports Editor

The All-League selections for the 2010 softball season have been announced for the Feather River League.


Chester’s Tahja Watkins was chosen as the league’s Most Valuable Player. As a junior, Watkins finished the season with 47 hits, 39 RBIs, 42 runs, 15 doubles, six triples and five home runs.

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Fishing Report for the week of 6/30/2010

Frenchman Lake

  Fishing has been great this past week with shore fishing between Big Cove and Turkey Point remaining excellent for rainbow trout. Fishermen have been catching their limit, weighing 1 to 2 pounds and 15 to 20 inches in length, using nightcrawlers, Dick Nites, and Powerbait in rainbow or chartreuse.

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Sprint cars do battle at American Valley Speedway


Sprint Car at American Valley Speedway



The wing on a sprint car provides downward force to increase traction.


6/23/2010 -   American Valley Speedway has become a New Age Coliseum for motor sports. Modern gladiators drive redesigned chariots powered by engines equivalent to hundreds of horses around a 0.375 mile dirt oval track in Quincy. Only Calistoga has a longer track in California.


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Golf Report for the week of 6/23/2010

Feather Publishing


Mt. Huff
Mt. Huff has had a very busy week. On June 13, CASA held a very successful tournament with forty golfers. Everyone seemed to enjoy the course, the view and the food. We are open for tournaments whether for a cause or you just want a fun place to get your family together.

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Cody Anderson gets drafted

6/16/2010 -    Cody Anderson, the 6-foot, 4-inch pitcher who led Quincy High School’s baseball team to a section championship last year, was drafted in the 17th round of the 2010 Major League Baseball draft by the Tampa Bay Rays.
    Anderson was the 521st pick out of the 1,525 players selected in last week’s draft, which went 50 rounds over three days June 7-9.

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