Sports for the week of July 2, 2015

The champs. . .
MODOC’S Minor girls All-Star team won the District 48 Tournament and head to Sacramento for the section tourney with their first game Friday at 6 p.m. The team is: back row, coaches Jack Nelson, Jodie Larranaga and Calvin Albright; middle, left to right, Jenna Nelson, Sierra Candrava, Kayla Derner, Harley McLaughlin, Megan Nelson, Lexee Larranaga; front, Savannah Alverez, Kaycee Cuzick, Kaylee Albright, Emily Gense and Noelle Lowery.

The Modoc Minor Boys All stars placed third in the District 48 Tournament. Pictured are: back row, left to right, coach Ken Walton, Timothy Hinton, Austin Grove, RJ Bigsby, Matt Toaetolu, Justin Walton, Fernando Chavez, coach Ted Lewis. Front row: Michael French, Trace Holdorff, Troy Lewis, Calvin Boyle and Conor Boyle.

 

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Modoc minor girls head to sections

The Modoc Minor Girls All-Star team heads to the Capital Section Tournament in Sacramento this weekend with their first game against the District Two champions Friday at 6 p.m.
The game will be played at Regional Park in North Natomas, across from Inderkum High School.
The team cruised through the District 48 Tournament, beating Greenville 10-0 and 10-1 in the title game. Greenville beat Quincy 15-1 and 23-3 to get to the title game.
Lexee Larranaga tossed a one hit shutout in the first game, striking out 14 and didn’t walk a batter. Harley McLaughlin was outstanding behind the plate in both games. Kayla Derner, Larranaga and McLaughlin each had doubles and Megan Nelson went 3-3 at the plate.
Larranaga went five no-hit innings in the championship game, striking out 12 and walking one. McLaughlin came in the last inning and fanned two. Second baseman, Kaylee Albright snared all three balls Greenville hit for outs. Larranaga tripled in the game and Jenna Nelson doubled.

No Lead Ammo on CDFW Lands Starting July 1

Starting July 1, 2015, nonlead ammunition will be required when hunting on all California Department of Fish and Wildlife (CDFW) lands and for all Nelson bighorn sheep hunts anywhere in the state.
CDFW reminds hunters who plan to hunt bighorn sheep or at any CDFW wildlife area or ecological reserve where hunting is allowed on or after July 1, 2015 to acquire nonlead ammunition well ahead of their hunt. Hunters are also encouraged to practice shooting nonlead ammunition to make sure firearms are sighted-in properly and shoot accurately with nonlead ammunition. Nonlead ammunition for some firearm calibers may be in short supply so hunters should plan accordingly.
CDFW lands in this area include Ash Creek, Fitzhugh Creek (Pine Creek reservoir area), and Surprise Valley.


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