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Bulletin, Record, Progressive, Reporter Wednesday, May 18, 2016 3C . GOLF RESULTS Evan Leal delivers a pitch in the Tigers' 7-4 loss at Esparto on May 13 in Esparto• BASEBALL, from page 1C offensively for the Vols, going 2-for-3 with the RBI double in the fourth. James and Lee had two RBIs each, while Sylvester and Blanton had one apiece. With the victory, the Vols move to 17-6 overall and 10-1 at home. Chester faced off against Burney in the second round of the playoffs, yesterday, May 17. Results will be available in next week's paper. The winner of that game faces the winner of Maxwell and American Christian Academy in the championship game. Esparto 7, Portola 4 ; The seventh-ranked Portola Tigers lost their Division V playoff game at two-seed Esparto on May 13. The Tigers finished with a record of 8-12-1 on the season and a fifth place finish in the Mid-Valley League. Esparto moves on to face Biggs. Maxwell 9, Greenville 5 The sixth-ranked Indians of Greenville High fell to three-seed Maxwell in the Division VI first round May 13. Greenville finished with a record of 13-9 and a third place finish in the Evergreen league. Maxwell advances to take on American Christian Academy. Plumas Pines Men's Club place went to Jim Adams, under warm and sunny skies. Outlaws and Renegades Norm Nichols, Richard EckIn addition to the game of the played May 9. Results: first and Bob Baker with 63. And a day - Odds and Evens - the place - Hurley and Walker,tie for third place occurred April Ace of Aces Qualifier 151 (7 over); second place - between the. team of George was played• A low gross and Ross and Hadley (blind draw); Fraser, Richard Mekata, Jeff low net qualifier is named third place - Hadenfeldt and Monaghan and John Grasso each month; if the event must Bowring, 155. and the team of Bob Laxague, be cancelled, it is played on Closest to the hole on Hole Joel Patterson, Ken the next Thursday when play 11 (a tough shot) was PaulStevensen and Chuck Franck is scheduled. On the last Jeglum, 20 ft. 9 in., for $11.00. with a score of 64. Thursday in September, all Nice shot on that hole Paul. those who qualified play in Join us Monday, May 16, Mt. Huff Golf the Ace of Aces Playoff. The when the format will be one Spring golf is at its best. An April Ace of Aces Qualifiers ball on the 3's and 5's and two incredible Wednesday are: Low Gross, Priscilla balls on the 4's. It's new and Morning Scramble brought a Piper with an 88, and Low should be interesting• strong presence of golfers out Net, Dee Walker with a net 64. We haven't had a foursome on May 11. In the game of the day, each of Renegades yet so you In first place, at player was allowed chose her Renegades players need to 8-under-par, was the team of best nine holes (either "odd" talk with your friends and get Bob McElroy, Kevin Claborne holes, i.e., 1, 3, etc., or "even,•' them out there, and Ron Carter. 2, 4, etc.) and subtract See you on Monday• Second place standing, atone-half of her course 6-under-par, went to Loren handicap. In the first flight: Graeagle Meadows Men's Lindner, Don McConnell and first place, Priscilla Piper and Golf Association Jeff Stevens• Alaine Flynn tied with 34 net: Monday Madness started In third place, at and Cheryl Brennan, Holly the week with great weather 5-under-par, were Matt Anderson and Gall Nelson that continued through theRutledge, Gary Metzdorf and tied for second low net, each week. The game for the dayMike Kearns. with 34.5. In the second flight: was two person teams, withClosest to the pin went to first place went to Annie both balls counting on the par Jeff Stevens and two Fischer (31); second place was fours, and the better ball on carry-over ties made the a tie between Ellen Fearing the par threes and fives• chip-in, and Dee Walker (31.5 each); • Under this format par is 112. Reminder, the Wednesday fourth place, Donna Swanson The winning team was Gary Morning Scramble will be (32); and fifth place, Cathy Kinkley and Ken Stevenson starting on May 18. MacDonald (32•5). with a score of 102. The And, there were chip-ins second place team was TinaBailey Creek Women's galore: one each for Carole Jefferies and Holly Anderson Golf Club Desmond, Karen Linde, Cathy with 107. Tied for third were Wed., May 11, was the MacDonald, Gail Nelson and the teams of Wally Walker second week of play for our Priscilla Piper• and Dee Walker and Dick Eck club. Fortunately this week and John Grasso with scores the weather was spectacular Whitehawk Ranch of 108. and all enjoyed getting Ladies Golf Club On Tuesday the Graeagle together for a day of golf. Our Just like the black bear Sierra Nevada Travel Cup game of the day was "Odd coming out of hybernation, so team played against a teamHoles;" counting only the odd are the ladies at Whitehawk. from Fernley, Nevada, at the holes and subtracting half the Our first event had four tJraeagle Meadows Got nanamap. We had two flights, ladies• The game was Putts Course• The course is in the first place winner of the and the winner, Michelle excellent condition and the first flight was, Donna White, Violett, took all the money• greens are in mid-season with a chip in on Hole 3;The second event had six form. The Graeagle team second place winner Kym ladies playing. The game was composed of Ken Stevenson Coco (a new member), Blind Bogey and the team of (Captain), Tom Taylor, Jimbreaking 100; and Jan Michelle Violett, Cynthia Adams, Dan Anderson, Vortman took third place,Thomas and Laurie Mckenzie Winston Giles, Dick Eck, Jac with a birdie on Hole 8. were the winners• Castleton, John Scriborski, Second flight winners were: This past Tuesday there Dennis Flynn and Bill first place, Joyce Gronroos; were ten ladies in the field. Kennedy won by scoring 23 second place, Wynetta Regli; The game was Skins• Diane points to Fernley's 22. Fernley and third place Mo Clark.Romig was the big winner is the 2015 reigning Sierra Karen Treanor had a chip-in with two skins and Chris Nevada Travel Cup and birdie on Hole 12. Hyatt had one skin. Hopefully Champion. Congratulations to all. See the warm sunshine will bring On Wednesday, following you next week. OUt more ladies. '~ , " the Spring General ...... : .......... Membership Meeting there Graeagle Meadows To have your golf results was a four-man scramble. The Women's Golf Club and club news included in winning team was Bryan After two cancelled play this weekly section, email Hanson, Wally Walker, Dan days (one hailed out, and one the information to Friedman and Cary Slavens rained out), on May 13, 31 sp°rts@plumasnews'c°m with a score of 61. SecondGMWGC members teed it up "by Friday at noon. 65899 CA-70, Blalrsden, California, 96103 Call 530-832-5067 for more information. Find us on Facebook