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Bulletin, Record, Progressive, Reporter Wednesday, April 20, 2016 5C i!i Portola edg /~Jake Jacobson . Sports Writer i sports@plu • :" The Portola High School ":" :baseball team defeated • '- :county opponent Greenville :-in a non-league match up : April 11 in Greenville. :.: After the Tigers lostthe :previous meeting in Portola • •on March 28, 16-13, Tim Brubaker's squad bounced ,,, back and downedthe Indians :.., : 4-3 in eight innings. : ", i Portola improved its "" record to 5-6-1 with the win. Evan Leal started on the mound for the Tigers, .throwing three innings and :: :allowing two hits, no runs, :. :one walk and four strikeouts. ' Hunter Cabral relieved Leal, who was pulled to rest •• his arm for the league ' ::doubleheader April 15. • :.Cabral threw 4 and • itwo-thirds innings, allowing three runs, all unearned, on three hits, three walks and • two strikeouts. "I'm just glad I could come out and help my team get the • • • win," said Cabral. "Coach and threw well. It's a win. I trusted in me even when I really want to stress how was in a slump on the well Hunter (Cabral) pitched mound. It feels good" today." Mitch Pearson closed the game in extra innings, striking offt the final Portola softball 12, Greenville batter. Greenville 0 Leal led the Tigers The Lady Tigers defeated offensively, going 1-for-2 at Greenville in a non-league the plate with two match up April 11 in hit-by-pitches and one run Greenville. scored. Anali Brewer started on Leal scored the winning the mound and pitchedthe run in the top of the eighth complete game shutout inning when Pearson allowing no runs on three grounded to first, but Leal hits, no walks and 10 leaped over the tag and was strikeouts. called safe at home. Hope Gallup led Portola "We were short handed on offensively, going 2-for-2 with pitchers due to a four game a double and two runs week this week," said Leal. scored. "I'm happy I could help out Brewer had the only triple my team even in the short on the day. time I pitched today. Makaylah Villareal had Everyone battled and stayed two doubles, while Stella positive. Props to Mitch Baty and Celina Romero had (Pearson) for giving me an one double each. opportunity to scor~ putting The Lady Tigers look to the ball in play." improve on their 7-6, 2-3 Brubaker praised Cabral's record when they visit rival performance after the game. Quincy on April 26. "Hunter (Cabral) came in Hunter Cabral throws a pitch in the Tigers' win over Greenville Jacobson on April 11. Photos by Jake Dust off your clubs and get out to the course Jake Jacobson Sports Writer sports@plu The sun is shining, the flowers are blooming, and the birds are chirping. When most people hear these sounds they think of springtime, but forgolfers in Plumas County, it's the equivalent of opening day excitement for hunters. Golf season is finally upon us in Plumas County. Although Mt. Huff has been open for quite some time now, the bigger courses are finally ready to open up to the public. Graeagle Meadows openeci its doors April 8;. Feather River Inn G01f opened in early April as well. Plumas Pines opens April 21 and the Dragon and Whitehawk open April 22. Grizzly Ranch is set to Lake Almanor West's new golf pro Aaron Gausemel poses mid-swing. Photo by Cheri Mclntire open May 13. season. In the Lake Almanor Almanor West opens region, Almanor West has a April 22, while Lake new golf professional. Almanor Country Club and Aaron Gausemel will be the Bailey Creek Golf Course new pro beginning this are already open. Makaylah Villareal throws a Greenville runner out from shortstop Greenville on April in Portola's 12-0 win at GREENVILLE CEMETERY DISTRICT "Show Me Trip" Greenville Cemetery District is soliciting bids for logging the unused portion of the cemetery to protect the community and surrounding forestland areas from fire. Trees larger than 24" at the stump will not be cut. If the public has any concerns or questions please attend to get specific information. April 25, 2016 • 11:00 am Greenville Cemetery Hideaway Road, Greenville, CA Wide Variety of FERTILIZERS & HYDROPONIC SUPPLIES "Every kind of animal poop." • Drip Irrigation • Knives Products • Sunglasses ° Grow Lights • Tactical Equipment , Survival / Prepper Gear ° Grow ~& Suppiies ( SIX news So when you have stuff for sale, when you need stuff, when you're looking for a place to live, when you' re looking for help in business, when you're looking for a job, or just for fun stuff to read about, check out the classified ad section in your Plumas and Lassen county papers. Shop at home - you'll be thrilled with what you can find! I