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14B Wednesday, Aug. 8, 2018 Bulletin, Record, Progressive, Reporter GOLF RESULTS Graeagle Men's Golf Association On Friday, July 20, fourteen Graeagle Men's Club members plus one guest showed up to play the combo tees with Los Badditos. As usual, the game was low net with skins. Taking first, with a low net of 68, was Steve Harding. George Fraser and Jim Oster tied for second with at 71. There were eight skins awarded, one each to Steve Harding, George Fraser, Andy Knudsen, Jim Oster and Ken Stevenson, while Mike Gibson won three skins. Meanwhile, the Bandits, playing from the white tees, had five players with two-man teams plus a blind draw. Taking first at 102 was the team of Tom Taylor and Jim Reynolds. The team of Don Barnes and Chuck Hein came in at 109. Wednesday, July 2& was the Men's Club, first in a very long time, One-Man Scramble Tournament. The game was played with each member receiving two mulligans per hole to be used wherever they wished. In most cases, the mulligans came in very handy with chipping and putting. Handicaps were applied at 70 percent of normal. The winner was Jim Adams, with a low net 58. Others, finishing in order, were: Dan Friedman (61), Gary Kinkley (62), Jim Reynolds and Gene Carr (63), and Gary Reid (64). Twenty-seven members participated in the tournament. Friday, July 27, brought another good turnout with the Graeagle Men's Golf Association. We had 15 players for Los Badditos hitting from the Combo Tees, plus seven players for the Bandits teeing off from the white tees. Los Badditos played low net plus skins recognizing four places as winners with John Grasso (63), George Fraser (65), Norm Nichols (68) and Mike O'Rear (69). There were four skins won, Dan Anderson (2), Mike O'Rear (1) and George Fraser (1). Meanwhile, the Bandits played two-man best ball with the team of Tom Taylor and Chuck Hein taking it all with a combined low net 61. Wednesday, Aug. 1, was the first time playing two-man teams scoring one ball on nine holes and two balls on nine holes. There was some strategy required in order to come up with the lowest possible net score on each hole while still satisfying the nine holes one ball and both balls nine holes requirement. Coming in first with a low score if 89 was the team of Norm Nichols and John Scott. Following in second place were Dennis Flynn and Jim Adams at 91. Bryan Hansen and Bob Davies took third with 941 while there was a tie for fourth at 96 with the teams of Bob McIlory/Chuck Franck and Mike Gibson/Tom Fregulia. There were five skins awarded, one each going to Bob McIlory and Dennis Flynn, followed by three skins for Bryan Hansen. Congratulations were shouted out to Norm Nichols, shooting his age with a gross score 83. Inquires about membership in the Graeagle Men's Golf Association can be submitted to gmga.golf@gmail.com, or visit our website at gmeadowsclubs.com/MenH omeDir/index.html. Graeagle Meadows Women's Golf Club On Thursday, July 26 GMWGC members competed in the monthly Ace of Aces Qualifier. Congratulations to Priscilla Piper, who was the Low Gross qualifier with a score of 82, and to Low Net qualifier Ann Pratt, with a net score of 64. They will compete with other monthly qualifiers in the October Ace of Aces Playoff. Flight winners included: Flight A -- Low Gross, Sharon Russell (80); Low Net, First Place, Sharla Scott (67); Second Place, Chris Laxague (71). Flight B -- Low Gross, Susie Wiese (92); Low Net, First Place, Lois Childress (66); Second Place, Alaine Flynn (69). Flight C -- Low Gross, Sue Taylor (113); Low Net, First Place, Ann Pratt (64); Second Place, Linda Bilger (80). Holly Anderson, Alaine Flynn and Susie Wiese each made one chip-in. Mt. Huff Golf The heat the smoke but the enthusiasm remains undimmed. Undaunted, a bevy of golfers turned out for the Wednesday Morning Scramble on July 25. In first place, at a sizzling 12-under-par was the team of Don Hubbell, Ralph Cote, Ryan Stevens and Jeff Stevens. Done James, Henry Martin, Ron Carter and Darel Joseph came smoking in at the second place slot with a score of 9-under-par. Jeff Stevens hit it closest to the pin. There was no chip-in as it was carried over to next week. Puzzle Answers Puzzles can be found on page 4B 349-1i 28 725436 8116 759 1712345 59!4687 6813291 9517813 2 68 57 4 4 31 96 2 657 819 342 968 231 574 426 193 785 Word Scramble Answer: Pitch The hazy conditions persisted on Thursday, July 26, for the Nine-Hole Evening Scramble. First place team members Jeff Stevens, Ryan Stevens and Ralph Cote scored a brisk 5-under-par. Second place, at 1-under-par, went to Bob McElroy and team members Doug, Casey and Colvin. Ryan Stevens nailed it closest to the pin. Plumas Pines Women's Golf Club Today was our July Qualifying for the Captain's Cup, Low Gross, Low Net and Low Putts. Jan Anderson won Low Gross (87). Janet Grijalva won Low Net (67). So far they will be joining Renee Walker, Sharon Russell, Dottie Hattich and Doni Butt in our playoffs scheduled in September. The remaining golfers played for low gross, low net and low putts. Lori Dierssen won the card off against Carol De Luca for En:st low gross (104). Carol De Luca then took second low gross. Laurie Humphries won first low net (69). Jennifer Zumbro won second low net (73). Judy Rossi won low putts (29). There were a total of three chip-ins today: Janet Grijalva, Connie Raheb and Jennifer Zumbro. Next week is our annual Ladies Invitational; we are all anxiously awaiting this time-honored event. Bailey Creek Women's Golf Club Wednesday, Aug. 1, being the fin:st Wednesday of the month, we held our meeting at 9:30 a.m before play. Our game of the day was "Low Net" and an optional "low putts." We had a great turn out, with some of our new players able to attend. Due to the fires in the surrounding areas, there was some smoke but once again, not enough to interfere with the play. We had two flights, the first flight winners were En:st place going to Kym Coco, an "excellent player" and second place to Donna White also an excellent player, her score being but one stroke difference. Our second flight winners were first place Barbara Pescio, one of our newer members, and second place to Pat Drake, also a new member. Birdies went to Erin Hanna on Hole 4 and Kym Coco on Holes 4, 7, 16 with a chip in on Hole 8. No wonder she took In:st place. To f'mish the day our "hole-in-one" winner, Jenni Cesarin, came in with lowest putts. Congratulations to all. Plumas Pines Men's Club Aug. 2 was round 1 of the Senior/Super Senior Club Championship. Results were: Senior Flight: Erv Hadenfeldt - gross 77, net 64; Gary Maniery - gross 71, net 65; Travis Humphries - gross 86, net 66; Paul Jeglum - gross 78, net 68; Steve Janovick - gross 90, net 70. Super Senior Flight: Larry Walker - gross 86, net 66; Eric Anderson - gross 78, net 66; John Donohue - gross 89, net 69; Jerry Burt - gross 87, net 70; Joe Ayoob - gross 89, net 71. The Championship concludes next Thursday, Aug. 9. WHRLGC It was a core group of dedicated ladies that participated this week despite the high temperatures and low hanging smog from the California fires. The format was 1 (best ball on Par 3s), 2 (on par 4s) and 1 (on Par 5s). Congratulations to the team of Denise Stein, Michele Violett, Leslie Curry and Carolyn Osborn with a score of 96. To have your golf results and club news included in this weekly section, email the information to sports@plumasnews.com and esmall@plumas news.corn by Friday at noon. Current local fishing information, compiled by Mari Erin Roth, Sports Editor "There is a fine line between fishing and just standing on the shore like an idiot." -- Steven Wright Antelope Lake Getting out around Plumas Gary Blanchard's catch the first of August at Frenchman using,' Countyinearly August Chartreuse PowerBait. Photo by Gary Blanchard looking for good spots was fishing guide Jack Trout. Hot as soon as the 90-degree fishing advice. It certainly is surface temps make bass temps drop 10 degrees to a true that the highlight of fishing the best choice at more comfortable 80. "Those many a fishing day, is lunch. Antelope Lake. "Some trout high temps really affect the are being caught early onbite," said Trout. 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