Sports Briefs for the week of May 1, 2001
An Ultimtae Frisbee club is coming to Susanville this spring and is looking for members.
The fast-paced, non-contact sport is played by two seven-player teams on a field 70x40-yard field with end zones 25 yards deep.
The game combines the open field play of soccer, quarterback/receiver relationship of football and quickness of hockey.
Those interested can be placed on a phone listby calling Rick Davis at 257-9357. Pick-up games will start in early spring. A tentative club name is "Players of Ultimate in Susanville."
JOIN MODOC HORSEMEN
Applications are being accepted for the Modoc Horseman's Association of Alturas.
Membership fees for 2001 are $20 for a family, $15 for singles and 415 for juniors. Members will be able to participate in all five of the association's shows at a lower fee than non-members.
All events will be held at the Junior Livestock Showgrounds in Alturas.
Call Pat Gaylord of Adin at 299-3310 for more information.
THREE-TIME CHAMP TO INSTRUCT CAMP
Learn wrestling techniques from three-time NCAA and Olympic champion Mark Schultz during a five-day camp At Feather River College in Quincy Monday-Friday, July 9-13.
Helping Schultz, head coach at BYU, will be NCCA champion Dan Chaid and national women's champion Kristy Schultz.
Space is limited. Call Schultz at 801-897-4427, or 800-442-9799, extension 295.
TOURNEY HELPS LITTLE LEAGUE
The Third Annual Susanville Men's Slowpitch Softball Tournament is scheduled for Friday-Sunday, May 25-27 at Riverside Park in Susanville.
Teams placing first through fourth in the double-elimination tournament receive trophies. Players on the winning and second-place teams get T-shirts.
The most valuable player wins a Demarini Doublewall Fatboy bat and MVP T-shirt; top defensive player gets a Wilson glove and T-shirt.
The home run derby and contest for prizes will also be held.
All proceeds go to the Susanville Little League.
Call Cary Gray at 251-4752 for more information.
HORSE SALE SCHEDULED
The Feather River College horse program will hold its annual registered quarter horse and grade ranch horse sale on Saturday, May 19 at the Plumas-Sierra County Fairgrounds in Quincy.
The sale will featurecollege-raised and trained horses and consigned horses from the community. The preview begins at 8 a.m., followed by the auction at 1 p.m.
Call 541-533-2105 for more information.
SACRAMENTO RIVER, SHASTA LAKE REPORT
On the Sacramento River, fishing for rainbows has been productive in the Redding area, approximately 10 to 20 fish a day. Fish with spin gear, Glo bugs, Hot Shots and Flatfish. With fly gear, try nymphing with Hairsears, Pheatsant tails and cattis-pattern flies.
At Shasta Lake, search around the dam for rainbows and browns, trolling the surface with Needlefish and Flatfish. Starting to see King salmon in the same area, ranging from four to five pounds.
For the latest conditions, call 800-670-4448 or 231-6151.