Trojans victorious

Shannon Morrow
Sports Editor

    The Quincy High School baseball team earned a Feather River League win last Friday, April 16, when the Trojans went on the road to defeat Big Valley 15-3.
    The win snapped a six-game losing streak for the Quincy Trojans, bringing their overall record to 4-11.

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Portola Tigers defeat Quincy Trojans

Shannon Morrow
Sports Editor

The Portola and Quincy baseball teams met for the first time this season at the Winters Tournament last Friday, April 9, with Portola winning 4-3.

The game was not a league match, but the one-run victory indicates the Feather River League could be closely contested this season.

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Johnsville skiers take first in Buddy Werner Invitational


    Junior ski racers from throughout the Lake Tahoe region competed in the Buddy Werner Invitational Saturday, March 27, when the Johnsville Junior Ski Team took first place with its A-Team and third place with its B-team.

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Feather River softball adds wins

FRC Pitcher delivers third shutout.

FRC's Erica Wieck struck out nine batters against college of the Redwoods to earn her third shutout of the season.

Feather Publishing

The Feather River College softball team moved to 6-2 in the Golden Valley Conference after hosting College of the Redwoods and Shasta College March 19-20, and then traveling to Siskiyous College March 24.

The FRC Golden Eagles split with Redwoods Friday, March 19, when they won the first game 5-0 and lost the second game 8-1.

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Sled dog racing becomes passion for local musher

Sled dogs

Doug Wurzelbacher strokes Mack, who is in training to be a lead dog. Standing beside Mack is his father, Otto, who has been the lead dog for years. Photos by Shannon Morrow


3/24/2010 - Sled dog racing is one of those sports that most people don't know a lot about, but for those who do, it pretty much takes over their lives.

Doug Wurzelbacher is a good example of a dog musher that has dedicated his life to the sport. Wurzelbacher bought land just inside the Plumas County border, north of Chilcoot, in order to train his dogs without having to travel to snow.

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