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Ski team helps its own

By Lisa Kelly
Asst. Director, JJST


    The most wonderful thing about being a member of the Johnsville Junior Ski Team is not just getting to ski with friends and family on the weekends; not just the feeling of accomplishment when crossing the finish line; and not just the confidence and self-esteem from participating in a team sport, even though these are all the things we can talk about, laugh about and share with one another.

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Great games from FRC basketball teams

Feather Publishing
2/24/2010

Gabrielle Almeida

 

In their final home games of the season, the Feather River College men’s and women’s basketball teams each defeated College of the Redwoods Tuesday, Feb. 16.

The men won 92-85 in overtime after Michael Harvey sank two free throws to tie the game at the end of the fourth quarter.

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Portola takes Chester

 

Cliff Robinson drives for the basket

 

Portola's Cliff Robinson drives for the hoop.

Shannon Morrow
Sports Editor
2/19/2010


    The Portola High School boys’ basketball team posted a 52-49 win at home against Chester last Friday night, Feb. 12, giving the Volcanoes their first league loss of the season.  

Chester had defeated Portola by 10 points in their first league match-up two weeks earlier, but the Tigers evened the series with Friday’s win.

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Quincy Overcomes Loyalton

Cody Cline puts it in the bucket

Senior Cody Cline works up close to the rim for`
a put in.  Cline compiled 25 points and 17
rebounds against Loyalton.

 

Shannon Morrow
Sports Editor
2/19/2010

    The Quincy High School boys’ basketball team earned a big win at home against Loyalton Feb. 11, when the Trojans defeated the Grizzlies 48-40.

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Fishing Report for the week of 2/17/2010

Lake Davis

Fishing success varies from day to day; however, this has been consistently the best ice-fishing season in years. Fish size ranges from 12 to 18 inches. Most days produce five to seven fish in a two-hour period. Ice depth is reported to be 6 to 8 inches.

Access to the lake is good; however, that can change with the next storm. The east road is open down to Mallard Cove. The favorite fishing locations have been the south tip of Mallard Cove, Coot Bay and the dam.

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