|Baily Holt gets an open shot for the Portola Tigers in last Tuesday's state playoff game.|
The Feather River College Golden Eagles used stellar pitching and timely hitting to sweep a Golden Valley Conference three game series from rival Butte College over the weekend.
What to do with injured wildlife?
Q. We have seen an injured buck in our neighborhood with a gash in his left hind leg and bone sticking out. It's swollen, probably infected and he can't put any weight on that leg at all.
I don't see how it will get better and he doesn't seem to have much to look forward to other than a lot of suffering and a painful death. He needs to either be given a fighting chance by tranquilizing and treating him or to be put out of his misery so this injury won't fester and cause him to suffer any more.
The Department of Fish and Game (DFG) is now accepting applications for spring wild turkey hunts in the North Central Region, and deadlines are approaching. These hunts are being offered at Spenceville, Oroville, Daugherty Hill and Gray Lodge wildlife areas. A special hunt opportunity is also available at the Cosumnes River Preserve, in partnership with the Bureau of Land Management.
The Portola High School girls' basketball team advanced to the Northern Section championship at Chico State University last Friday, March 4, when the Tigers lost 56-35 to Hamilton. Ellie Kibble, above, works the ball inside to a team-mate.
For the complete story, see this Wednesday's sports section.
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