Quincy boys' basketball nips Portola

Feather Publishing

In a nail biter Tuesday night at Quincy High School, the Quincy boys' basketball team edged Portola 56-54. Prior to the boys' match, the Portola girls' basketball team soundly beat Quincy 52-26. For the complete story, see next week's sports section.

Greenville boys edged by Big Valley Cardinals

Sam Johnson finds an open shot. Johnson led Greenville with 16 points in a home  game against Big Valley Wednesday, Feb. 1. Photo by Shannon Morrow
Shannon Morrow
Sports Editor

The Greenville High School boys’ basketball team lost 44-40 in a home game against the Big Valley Cardinals Wednesday, Feb. 1.

This was one of the closest matches the Greenville Indians have played this season, as most of their other contests have ended with much wider scoring margins.

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California Outdoors for the week of 2/8/2012

Slingshot hunting

Question: I have been searching for any regulations specifically regarding slingshots but have found no clear reference to them within the Department of Fish and Game (DFG) hunting regulations. As written, slingshots are not a legal method of take for any game. Yet there are inferences that under certain sections, such as Fish and Game Code section 4186, a slingshot would be considered a legal method of take. Further, varmints such as jackrabbit and ground squirrel do not fall under the regulations for fur-bearing mammals. I have not been able to find any source of reference on the DFG website or credible interpretation of the regulations by any warden or lawyer. Can you please provide clear references relating to the use of a slingshot for taking any game or nongame animals?

—Ron Rios Jr.

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Feather River beats Shasta

FRC’s Devin Crisosto slips past a Shasta defender and leaps toward the hoop. The Feather River men took control of conference with a 20-point victory last Saturday. Photos by Shannon Morrow
Shannon Morrow
Sports Editor


The Feather River College men’s and women’s basketball teams each picked up an important conference win against Shasta last Saturday evening in Quincy.

In back-to-back matches in front of a home crowd, the FRC women defeated Shasta 63-58, and then the men beat Shasta 69-49.

On the men’s side, both Feather River and Shasta entered the contest 4-1 in the Golden Valley Conference, so the victory moved FRC into first place with four games left in the regular season.

For the women, the win brought the Golden Eagles’ conference record to 4-2, keeping their playoff hopes alive.

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FRC baseball ready for 2012 season

The Feather River College Golden Eagles baseball team will begin the 2012 season on the road for the first four weekends in February.

The Golden Eagles begin the 2012 season ranked No. 7 in the Northern California pre-season poll.

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