Chester pitcher Ryan Bereznak rifles the ball toward a Hayfork batter. Bereznak threw a no hitter for the Volcanoes in their 6-1 victory at Hayfork last Friday, April 29. In the second game of the doubleheader, Hunter Morris pitched seven full innings to earn the win for Chester. Photo submitted
Q. My daughter and I love to swim and play in waters wherever we find them.
While in French Gulch (Shasta County) last year, we decided to play around in Clear Creek. The creek was running pretty high, but when my daughter and I got out we had these black, worm-like things hanging off us.
Our first thought was leeches, which got us out of the water quite quickly! Someone told me they were rock worms and wouldn’t hurt us. We haven’t returned there though because we’re still too scared they were leeches.
Trout Stream Opener
The trout stream opener last weekend was great…for kayakers. The abundant spring runoff made it a tough go for anglers. Most streams were running very high with low water clarity.
A week ago I listed a few of the streams I thought might be fishable despite the high water levels. One of those was the North Fork of the Feather River above Chester.
Dustin Moody, a sophomore on the Feather River College rodeo team, won the all-around championship at the prestigious Cal Poly rodeo in San Luis Obispo. Photo submitted
A huge crowd of over 2,500 spectators were in attendance at Cal Poly San Luis Obispo for the 71st annual Cal Poly Rodeo, and the FRC rodeo team made their presence known. The men’s team continued their domination of the West Coast Region, extending their lead in the regional standings, while the women’s team ended up second for the weekend behind Cal Poly but putting some distance between itself and rival UNLV.
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