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143 Wednesday, Jan. 8, 2019 GOLF RESULTS Mt. Huff How did you bring in the New Year? For many golfers, it was brought in at Mt. Huff Golf Course with Wednesday .moming scrambles. New Year Resolutions were made and for some, they fell short Jan. 1, as for some golfers, the first hit of the day resulted in a lost ball. For those few golfers, the year can only get better they said. But for one team, the year started off with a win; this was the team of Henry Martin, Leo Sorosinski and Jeff Stevens. In second place was the team of Dick Grace, . Don McConnell and Margie Joseph. Coming in third was the team of Ron Christensen, Jim Battagin and Darel Joseph. Closest to the pin was Darel Joseph and winning the chip in was Don McConnell. Everyone said what a perfect way to start the New Year with golf. Do you want to join in the fun? Come on down to Mt. Hufl‘ Golf Course on 3 Wednesday mornings. ' Everyone is welcome. Call 284-6300 for more information. 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Along with a full spresso bar, we have fresh fruit smoothies, Italian varieties. Stop in and enjoy a delicious breakfast Or lunch item in our warm and friendly shop. Midtown Coffee is the perfect place to meet your friends, make new ones, hold a business meeting or study for school. Midtown Coffee 231 Main St., Quincy 283—5061 Next Door to Papa Murphy’s "i think we are [7 Bulletin, Record, Progressive, Reporter Chester High Volcano wrestlers warm up at big Reno tournament Mari Erin Roth Sports Editor spoflstldmasnewscom The Chester wrestling team ' competed in Reno on Dec. 27 and 28 at the Sierra Nevada Classic. “There were 83 teams ‘ ‘ . from the US competing in the tournament," said head coach Clay Montgomery. “CHS sent three boys to wrestle at the tournament. The team was down three wrestlers due to illness and injury.” ‘ Trenton Longacre wrestled % in the 132-pound division Winning five matches and losing two. Bonner Montgomery wrestled in the 138-pound division, winning five matches and losing’in the finals match. There were 72 wrestlers in his bracket and he placed second. Parker Montgomery wrestled at 145 pounds and went 0 and 2. Tiger girl's basketball aim high Mari Erin Roth Sports Editor sports©plumasnews.com The Tigers are on a roll and clawing right through the Competition. Portola girls i . varsity basketball played in the McQueen Varsity Elite Tournament on Dec. 26, 27 and 28, and finished with a record of 3-1, beating Reno High, South Tahoe High and North Valleys High and losing to host McQueen High. “1 was pleased with how hard the girls competed being that the tourney wasbeing held over the holidays and right after Christmas, you could really tell- that some teams were not ready to play, but we definitely did not have that problem,” said head coach Chip Wilson. “This being my first year as head coach, I was extremely lucky to take over a program that previous coach Matt Compton left in great shape. Head JV coach Danielle Mitchell along with assistant Seth Preston are doing a great job working on fundamentals with the JV girls and I recently had Katlin Brubaker join the varsity as an assistant coach, so that’s been a big help as well.” The Tiger girls record is 13-3 as the team prepares to start league play. “I think we are headed in the right direction,” said Coach Wilson. coded in the right direction.” ' , Chip Wilson ' Head coach . a is . '- a res--3 Ila Garcia shows of oe of the six fish she and her dad, .. x, J «a seas Robert, caught at Eagle Lake on Jan. 2. Photo by Robert Garcia Current local fishing information, compiled by Mari Erin Roth, Sports Editor Lake Almanor John Crotty of Almanor Fishing Association reported in for the last time in 2019 on Dec. 29. “Well it’s winter time in Plumas County. It was 16 degrees at Canyon Dam on Friday morning, water temps are ranging between 37 and 41 degrees; I encountered fine sheets of ice in shallow water on the north end of the lake,” said Crotty. “We Will need a few days of single digit weather for the ice to thicken up and stick around.” Water clarity was around feet on Friday and water-level is 4,484, exactly the same as last year. “Trolling was slow; I picked up four rainbows Friday on seven grabs and one rainbow on one grab Saturday,” said Crotty. “I was covering ground fast trolling speedy shiners attempting to find some fish. I could not find a pattern or a concentration of bait or fish. I spoke with a bass fisherman yesterday and he hooked a couple of fish on plastics fished deep off the East Shore across from the Canyon Dam boat ramp.” Bank fishing pressure ' around Canyon Dam has increased significantly over the past few weeks. There were some smaller browns planted two weeks ago and they continue'to hang around. These fish are straight from the hatChery ,. and while they may be fun to catch they are not good table fair and are the future of our fishery and need to be released. There are a few larger mature fish showing up in the coves as well. Fly fishermen are picking up fish from boats and float tubes on size 12 green wiggle tails/ woolly buggers. “Don’t forget to pick up your 2020 fishing license, you will notice a price increase in this year with your base license costing $51.02,” said Crotty. Lake Davis Jeanne Graham of J &J Grizzly Store said the ice is thinning during the day due to the 45-degree temps and hard freezing at night. “I wouldn’t consider it safe myself,” said Jeanne. “A fisherman brought in a 4 1/2 pounder last. week, but they had to work for it.” ’ The John Pato Ice (or no ice) winter fishing derby will take place Feb. 1. Send pictures of your winter fishing expeditions for publication in the Feather Publishing Sports Section to sports@plumasnews.com.