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Bulletin, Record, Progressive, Reporter Wednesday,, April 5, 2017 3C t Dedicated spectators from Loyalton and Portola seek a sunny spot along "sunshine row" from teams while the playersgive their all on the field. Photos by Marl Erin Roth which to cheer on their favorite Hunter Cabral pitches for the Tigers, ferociously. Justin Wicks opted to not swing at the ball he is hoping was not a strike as he hears it hit in the catchers' mit. Pitcher Mitch Pearson puts considerable effort into each intended strike. Cody Callahan goes for a double play as he aims for first base after he has tagged his runner at second, out. Play ball! lose rizzlies Marl Erin Roth Sports Editor eroth@plumasnews.com The fans' view of the game from "sunshine row" was nothing less than spectacular. With an ending score of 10-4, the Loyalton Grizzlies stopped the Portola Tigers in their tracks March 31 on the PHS home field. The sky was so clear and the scenery so beautiful on the Tiger field on game day. Fans gathered along the sidelines in sunny spots forgoing the spectator bleachers. Portola took the lead in the first inning that ended 3-2. Both teams played good defense with no runs the second inning but Loyalton managed to put two on the scoreboard in the third. The Tigers didn't score again until the 7th inning adding one but it was just too little too late. The Tigers won't get another crack at the Grizzlies until next year unless they meet iothe playoffs. Turn your ho! ' Lake Almanor Memorial Day q Contact Cheri at 258-2516 or LakeAlmanorMemorialDayC.raftFair@yahoo.com Sponsored by Rotary Club of Chester , Honored as the 5th Friendliest Golf Staff in the U. S. 9th Top Golf Course in California in 2014 by GolfAdvisor.com. Top 5 Best Value in the Sierra Nevada by California Golf & Travel Magazine. Top 4 Best Greens in the Sierra Nevada by California Golf & Travel Magazine. 2016 NCPGA Resort Merchandiser Of The Year '. " ,'~,.. ~ ~,~'. g ' i~ All New Unlimited Play Memberships: Single Family Unlimited Play With Cart: $2,250 $3,750 Unlimited Play Walking $1,750 $3,000 Annual Memberships Walking or With Cart: $ 500 $ 750 (Member green/cart fee not included) All Memberships Include: $400 in vouchers if paid before March 31 Special Member Guest Rates include: 10% Off All Non-Sale Golf Shop Merchandise 10% Off At Longboards For Up To Four People All Season Long Invite A New Member To JoinAnd Receive $100 Off Both Memberships 5-Play Card: $375 10-Play Card: $700 Valid 7 days a week. Guests Welcome. Cart Included. Not valid with other specials, league or tournament play Resident Card: $125 Includes golf specials and 10% off up to 4 Longboards entrees per day to take advantage of these great new offers lU/__ 530-836-1420 ~ LL M.AS PINE.:!; www. PlumasPinesGolf.com ,~~ GOLF RESORT 402 Poplar Valley Road Graeagle, Ca / - t