Chester Volcanoes rally to beat Redding Christain

Senior pitcher Ryan Bereznak earns the win for the Chester Volcanoes in last Friday’s playoff game against Redding Christian. Photo by Shannon Morrow

Shannon Morrow

Trailing 7-2 with 1-1/2 innings left in its home playoff game against Redding Christian last Friday, it wasn’t looking good for the Chester High School baseball team.

But in the bottom of the sixth inning, the Chester Volcanoes racked up eight runs to snatch the lead and soon after walked away with a 10-7 victory.

The win advanced third-seeded Chester to the Northern Section Division V semifinal playoff game Tuesday, May 15, against second-seeded Fall River. The results weren’t know at press time, but will be posted at plumasnews.com.

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Sierra advances, Golden Eagles out

Shannon Morrow

Mike Egami slides across home plate to put the Golden Eagles on the scoreboard in their first game of the Super Regional playoffs against Sierra College last Friday, May 11. FRC lost 5-3. Photo by Shannon Morrow

Of the four teams competing in the Northern California super regional baseball playoffs at Feather River College last Friday through Sunday, May 11 – 13, eighth-seeded Sierra College out of Rocklin went 3-0 to win the tournament and advance to the community college state baseball championships.

The FRC Golden Eagles lost to Sierra in game one on Friday by a score of 5-3.

The next day, FRC fell 2-0 to Merced, which was coming off a 10-3 loss to Fresno City the day before.

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Fishing Report for the week of 5/16/2012

Michael Condon
Staff Writer


“The best fishermen I know try not to make the same mistakes over and over again; instead they strive to make new and interesting mistakes and to remember what they learned from them.”

John Gierach


Learning to fish any water well requires recognizing the often subtle seasonal fluctuations and how the fish react to them.

What I am noticing this year is that many things seem to be a couple of weeks ahead of schedule.

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Golf results for the week of 5/16/2012

Whitehawk Ranch Ladies Golf Club

The Whitehawk Ranch Ladies Golf Club started the 2012 season officially Tuesday, May 1.

The format was two best net balls per team. Team 1: Virginia Luhring, Della Miller, Diane Romig and Lynn Smith; Team 2: Ruth Marchetti (withdrew after nine so we had a phantom player), Laurie McKenzie, Cassie McNamara and Marcia Zeigler.

Team 1 beat Team 2 by a shot (with Team 2 protesting, of course!).

The highlights of the day: McNamara had three birdies — wow, we are impressed! Romig and Zeigler each had one birdie. Congrats, ladies!

This week we again had a small turnout May 8, as many of our ladies haven’t arrived back from their “winter digs.” The game was individual putting with Smith the winner with 31 putts. Zeigler was a close second with 32 putts, and Luhring came in third with 35 putts. Luhring and Romig each chalked up a birdie. The course is looking better by the day and we are all enjoying the spectacular weather — the golf is second to having fun!


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FRC Baseball sweeps Sac City. Will host Super Regionals

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The Feather River College Golden Eagles baseball team swept Sacramento City College in two home games last weekend to advance to the Super Regionals for the third time in five years.

The Golden Eagles won game one of the best-of-three series on Saturday by a score of 13-5, and they won game two on Sunday by a score of 11-10 to clinch the series.

Feather River will now host the Super Regionals beginning Friday, May 11. With the sweep, the Golden Eagles run their overall record on the season to 32-6.

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