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Sports

Sprint cars race this Saturday

Larry F. DouglasAVS_sports_x_
American Valley Speedway
6/7/2012

 

The Saturday Night Races was no picnic for the race cars. They were held in conjunction with the County Picnic and a car show at the fairgrounds June 2. In the beginning, mud was flying on the track. Later it was the cars.

The Maddbuzz race team was victorious in the Pure Mini race. Lance “Slick” Bain lead by 0.802 second against his teammate Jon Busselen. Brittney Nieman followed for third. Lary Whitebird retired after nine laps. This class continues to jostle for first place.

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British soccer camps coming

Feather Publishing
6/6/2012

 

One of the top soccer companies in the United States, Challenger Sports, is holding one of its British Soccer Camps in Graeagle the week of July 23 – 27.

Portola AYSO 441has teamed up with Challenger Sports to host the week-long British Soccer Campat the Graeagle Soccer Field in Graeagle.

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Golf results

Feather Publishing
6/7/2012

LACC Women’s Golf Club

May 19, the women’s 18 hole group played Cha Cha Cha, here are the results:

First Place: Jan Voortman, Kathy Fuller, Carolyn Lowrey, Angie Gamble

Second Place: Sue Hudson, Lee Hunter, Carol Lundsford, Collette Prentke

Third Place: Sue Sutton, Sandy Feeney, Jude Morse, Jan Reese

Chip-ins: Peggy Lentz

Birdies: Mary Criag

 

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California Outdoors for the week of 6/6/2012

Carrie Wilson
California Department of Fish and Game

 

Night Diving for Scallops?

Question: Is it legal to dive for scallops at night? I have found in the regulations where it says that clams may not be taken at night but I cannot find regulations that apply to scallops. Can you help?

—George B.

Newport Beach

Answer: Yes, you may dive for scallops at night. The restriction on digging for clams at night does not apply in this situation. The regulations you are looking for are covered under the General Invertebrate provisions in the California Code of Regulations, Title 14, section 29.05, which states in part, “Except as otherwise provided in this article there are no closed hours for any invertebrate.”

 

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Bicycling Indian Valley

Feather Publishing
5/30/2012
CenturyBike
The 15th annual Indian Valley Century brought a couple hundred cyclists to Greenville last Saturday, May 26. Participants appreciated the scenic roads with few vehicles, and they enjoyed a good catered lunch at the Genesee Store.
  

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