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U-19 boys are district's best Lassen Youth Soc- cer's U-19 boys won the California Youth Soccer Association's District IX Cup Satur- day-Sunday, Nov. 4-5 in Anderson. Lassen opened the tournament with wins over Yreka 4-1, Mr. Shasta 4-0 before losing to Redding 1-0. Against Yreka, Jouni Kinnuen had a hat trick and Mike Keat- ing added a goal. Laben Banks and Justin Hardaway had assists. Scott Gill, Dillon Moore, Banks and Kinnunen scored against Mr. Shasta with assists going to Moore and Banks. On Sunday, the boys rebounded by beating North Siskiy- ou 1-0 and Palo Cedro I-0. In the champi- onship game, Lassen tied Anderson 2-2. Keating scored against North Siskiy- ou and David Hink found the net against Palo Cedro. Needing just a tie in the title game, Keat- ing and Kinnunen punched in goals with assists from Daniel Nareau and Banks. Lassen midfielders Matt Hamlet, John Kampfraat, Steve Bar- nett, Nareau and Gill controlled play, while the defense of Mike Nielsen, Hardaway, Hink and goalie Pete Datema yielded a mere four goals. Lassen finished with a 8-1-1 league record and qualified for the Lassen Youth Soccer's U-19 boys' team featured, back row from left, coach AI Garcla, Daniel Nareau, Mike Gill, Justin Haway, Mike Nielsen, Pete Datema, Steve Barnett, assistant coach Jeff Hamlet; front, Jouni ion Moore, Matt Hamlet, David Hink, John Kampfraat and Labon Banks. Clint Roberts ami assistant coach were also on the team. l)uincy awaits Durham; battle with Etna looms in title By Dave Smlf Wer Two months ago, Quincy High School's football team hosted Durham High School in its Sacramento Valley League debut. At the time, it was seen as a serious test of what kind of team the Trojans were going to field. Quincy, which had struggled a week earlier against one of Nevada toughest teams, North Tahoe, pieced together a 17-10 win over Durham. Coach Jeff Ray said the defense, as it has all season, was effective• But the offense needed to work out SOme wrinkles, Ray said. Since that time, the Trojans have improved, both on offense and defense, resulting in a 10-0 reguAaroi ana sRton as the No. 2 team in the state among small schools. Friday, Nov. 17, Quincy and Durham will get together again, and this time they are fighting the right to play in the Northern Section Division III title game. Although Quincy is a better team today than it was two months ago, so is Durham (8-2 overall). Durham advanced to this week's semifinal showdown thanks to a 3-0 victory against Mr. Shasta. Durham is led by quarter- back Gabe Houser, who passed • 15-year maturity with interest paid monthly • 7.50% coupon priced at par • $1,000 minimum investment • Implied AAA quality-- government agency 1-800-626-8901 For more infornmtion on this issue or other top fixed income n, tes, call ral Verl Financial Advisor at 14100-62641901. We are located at 100 W. Liberty Street, Suite 100, Reno, NV TOYOTA MUFFLERS 1 INSTALLED Mufflers • Exhaust Pipes • $tcics • Struts Toyota mufflers an0 e.xiust Ipes are guarantee0 to te orina ,rchas- ef for the life of  vehicle when nsrallecl by an auonzecl T 0eaief See US f full Oetails. Fir 11'--- for 1,232 yards and 13 touch- downs during the regular sea- son, while completing 71 of 120 passes (59 percent). His favorite targets include receiver Kellen Mayberry (32 catches for 472 yards and 7 touchdowns) and Trevor Wilk (17 catches for 394 yards and 4 touchdowns). Mayberry kicked the winning field goal against Mt. Shasta. Although Durham typically passes the ball more than a dozen times a game, the of- fense also has a competent run- ning game behind Andy Mc- Coy (579 yards), Chris Pren- tice (455 yards) and Houser (262 yards) The offense line features Bryce Pulliam, Stephen Ricci and Travis Hayes. The offensive attack has av- eraged 31 points game during the 2000. The defensive unit, led by McCoy and Ryan Heath, has occasionally struggled. Durham typically has al- lowed most of its opponents to an average of only 13 points. But Live Oak and Capital Christian-two teams that Quincy's defense handled with ease--pounded Durham. In any case, Quincy appears to match up well against Durham. In fact, their offen- sive numbers are similar in many ways. The Trojans featured a so- phisticated passing attack, which combines speed with quarterback Kris Kurpjuweit's accuracy. Kurpjuweit has completed 69 of his 130 passes (53 percent) for 1,228 yards. But nearly a third of the se- nior's completions--21--have gone for The passes ly spread receivers. Zach RaY yard each Ray has6 yards as a yard has downs. Greg Rich 7 touchdoV while RoY ceptions, yards. The run chored by "99 BUICK LE SABRE V-6, auto., A/C, PS. ABS b.rakes, power windows, power locks, power seat. tit, cruise, AM/FM cass., alloy wheels, 6 pas- senger, previous claiy rental, ar bags, balance o fact oe] warranty #502072 "00 GMC JIMMY SLE 4 door, 43L auto., ar, ABS brakes  PL power seats, tdt, cruise. AM/FM stereo, CD, atloy 'wheels, tinted glass, air bags. roof rack. balance of "'''"J- factory warranty #190395. "00 PONTIAC GRAND AM 4 door, 2.4L auto., air, PS. ABS brakes t:'W power lock.s, tilt, cruise. AMIFM stereo, " CD, air bags, #775924 "94 FORD AEROSTAR AWD XLT Extended van, V-6, auto. air, PS, P. PL tilt. cruise, AM/FM cass., tinted glass, 7 Dassenger #230930. T COUPONS EXPIRE NOV. 30, 2000 Sat. 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Needing just a tie in the title game, Keat- ing and Kinnunen punched in goals with assists from Daniel Nareau and Banks. Lassen midfielders Matt Hamlet, John Kampfraat, Steve Bar- nett, Nareau and Gill controlled play, while the defense of Mike Nielsen, Hardaway, Hink and goalie Pete Datema yielded a mere four goals. Lassen finished with a 8-1-1 league record and qualified for the Lassen Youth Soccer's U-19 boys' team featured, back row from left, coach AI Garcla, Daniel Nareau, Mike Gill, Justin Haway, Mike Nielsen, Pete Datema, Steve Barnett, assistant coach Jeff Hamlet; front, Jouni ion Moore, Matt Hamlet, David Hink, John Kampfraat and Labon Banks. Clint Roberts ami assistant coach were also on the team. l)uincy awaits Durham; battle with Etna looms in title By Dave Smlf Wer Two months ago, Quincy High School's football team hosted Durham High School in its Sacramento Valley League debut. At the time, it was seen as a serious test of what kind of team the Trojans were going to field. Quincy, which had struggled a week earlier against one of Nevada toughest teams, North Tahoe, pieced together a 17-10 win over Durham. Coach Jeff Ray said the defense, as it has all season, was effective• But the offense needed to work out SOme wrinkles, Ray said. Since that time, the Trojans have improved, both on offense and defense, resulting in a 10-0 reguAaroi ana sRton as the No. 2 team in the state among small schools. Friday, Nov. 17, Quincy and Durham will get together again, and this time they are fighting the right to play in the Northern Section Division III title game. Although Quincy is a better team today than it was two months ago, so is Durham (8-2 overall). Durham advanced to this week's semifinal showdown thanks to a 3-0 victory against Mr. Shasta. Durham is led by quarter- back Gabe Houser, who passed • 15-year maturity with interest paid monthly • 7.50% coupon priced at par • $1,000 minimum investment • Implied AAA quality-- government agency 1-800-626-8901 For more infornmtion on this issue or other top fixed income n, tes, call ral Verl Financial Advisor at 14100-62641901. We are located at 100 W. Liberty Street, Suite 100, Reno, NV TOYOTA MUFFLERS 1 INSTALLED Mufflers • Exhaust Pipes • $tcics • Struts Toyota mufflers an0 e.xiust Ipes are guarantee0 to te orina ,rchas- ef for the life of  vehicle when nsrallecl by an auonzecl T 0eaief See US f full Oetails. Fir 11'--- for 1,232 yards and 13 touch- downs during the regular sea- son, while completing 71 of 120 passes (59 percent). His favorite targets include receiver Kellen Mayberry (32 catches for 472 yards and 7 touchdowns) and Trevor Wilk (17 catches for 394 yards and 4 touchdowns). Mayberry kicked the winning field goal against Mt. Shasta. Although Durham typically passes the ball more than a dozen times a game, the of- fense also has a competent run- ning game behind Andy Mc- Coy (579 yards), Chris Pren- tice (455 yards) and Houser (262 yards) The offense line features Bryce Pulliam, Stephen Ricci and Travis Hayes. The offensive attack has av- eraged 31 points game during the 2000. The defensive unit, led by McCoy and Ryan Heath, has occasionally struggled. Durham typically has al- lowed most of its opponents to an average of only 13 points. But Live Oak and Capital Christian-two teams that Quincy's defense handled with ease--pounded Durham. In any case, Quincy appears to match up well against Durham. In fact, their offen- sive numbers are similar in many ways. The Trojans featured a so- phisticated passing attack, which combines speed with quarterback Kris Kurpjuweit's accuracy. Kurpjuweit has completed 69 of his 130 passes (53 percent) for 1,228 yards. But nearly a third of the se- nior's completions--21--have gone for The passes ly spread receivers. Zach RaY yard each Ray has6 yards as a yard has downs. Greg Rich 7 touchdoV while RoY ceptions, yards. The run chored by "99 BUICK LE SABRE V-6, auto., A/C, PS. ABS b.rakes, power windows, power locks, power seat. tit, cruise, AM/FM cass., alloy wheels, 6 pas- senger, previous claiy rental, ar bags, balance o fact oe] warranty #502072 "00 GMC JIMMY SLE 4 door, 43L auto., ar, ABS brakes  PL power seats, tdt, cruise. AM/FM stereo, CD, atloy 'wheels, tinted glass, air bags. roof rack. balance of "'''"J- factory warranty #190395. "00 PONTIAC GRAND AM 4 door, 2.4L auto., air, PS. ABS brakes t:'W power lock.s, tilt, cruise. AMIFM stereo, " CD, air bags, #775924 "94 FORD AEROSTAR AWD XLT Extended van, V-6, auto. air, PS, P. PL tilt. cruise, AM/FM cass., tinted glass, 7 Dassenger #230930. T COUPONS EXPIRE NOV. 30, 2000 Sat. 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