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Ski teams carry into season

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Quincy’s Daniel Haygood comes racing down the slopes at Alpine Meadows Ski Resort on Feb. 3. Quincy’s ski season is rapidly approaching its end. Photo by Lisa Kelly
James Wilson
Sports Editor
2/14/2014
 

Both the Quincy and Chester ski teams hit the slopes last Monday in competitive sets of races. Chester, which is in Central Division I, raced at Northstar Ski Resort and won both the boys’ snowboard and boys’ skiing races.

Quincy, part of Central Division II, raced at Alpine Meadows Ski Resort and had one teammate place and all its team members finish. On race day, there was a light covering of new snow that made the skiing conditions ideal.

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Volcanoes bounce back with two wins

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Chester’s Eddy Perez makes the layup during the Volcanoes’ 61-44 win against Los Molinos on Feb. 4. Chester has been on a roll this season, losing only four games at time of writing. Photo by Tony Cordero
James Wilson
Sports Editor
2/14/2014

 

The Volcanoes wasted no time getting their groove back after losing to Liberty Christian on Jan. 31. Last week, Chester was right back into the swing of things with two more wins to add to its standings.

The Volcanoes easily handled Los Molinos on Feb. 4 with a 61-44 home win. Three days later, Chester traveled to Mercy for a 69-52 victory. The two wins upped Chester’s record to 18-4 overall and 7-2 in league.

Chester’s only two league losses were to Liberty Christian, a team in a higher division than the Volcanoes. Chester’s wins last week elevated the team to second in the Five Star League standings and third in the Northern Section Division VI.

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FRC football coach resigns

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Coach J.D. Johnson
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Feather Publishing
2/14/2014
 

Feather River College head football coach J.D. Johnson announced his resignation effective at the end of April. Johnson has been with the FRC Golden Eagles since 2009, where he started as defensive coordinator and assistant head coach before moving up to head football coach during the 2010 season.

Johnson plans to relocate from Quincy to be closer to his family. FRC will develop the hiring timeline and begin the recruitment for a new football head coach in the next few months. Johnson will continue teaching his online courses for FRC throughout the semester while he moves closer to help his family.

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Deadline approaching for March turkey hunting clinic

Feather Publishing
2/14/2014
 
 

The California Department of Fish and Wildlife’s Advanced Hunter Education Program is offering a turkey hunting clinic March 1 at Gray Lodge Wildlife Area near Gridley.

Prospective hunters must register by 5 p.m. Friday, Feb. 14.

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California Outdoors for the week of 2/14/2014

Carrie Wilson
California Department of Fish and Wildlife

 

Donating fish to charity

Question: In a recent column you said it is legal to donate excess fish from a multiday fishing trip to a church or nonprofit shelter as long as no compensation is received. What about a tax deduction? This way the guys with too many fish donate to the churches, the churches feed the hungry and the fisherman gets a deduction and doesn’t have to worry about dead fish to clean. Everyone wins! What do you think?

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