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Stats: 3A Girls’ Golf

staff reports at Desert Lakes, Fernley Team Scores Truckee 472-483-955 Boulder City 496-472-968 Pahrump 494-497-991 Fernley 519-490-1009 Incline 533-482-1015 N. Tahoe 530-496-1026 Manogue 545-527-1072 Virgin Valley 628-565-1193 Individual scores Jones (NT) 87-81-168 Trudeau (Tru) 83-86-169 Harter (Tru) 82-95-177 Gillig (BC) 89-91-180 McDonald (BC) 91-90-181 Hopkins (P) 87-94-181 Oberly (I) 97-85-182 Grace (BC) 98-85-183 Mays (Spring Creek) 90-95-185 Eilrich (F) 99-86-185 Jandebuer (F) 97-91-188 Apadoca (P) 94-99-193 Jurey (Wells) 98-95-193 Raner (P) 96-101-197 Milani (NT) 100-100-200 DeCarlo (T) 102-98-200 Thomas (F) 99-102-201 Ayers (SC) 102-100-202 Turner (V) 99-104-203 Davis (T) 105-98-203 Ziamowski (I) 105-99-204 Hills (I) 109-95-204 Waller (T) 100-106-206 Cross (P) 103-104-207 Ellsworth (I) 107-100-207 Harless (Battle Mountain) 106-102-108 Feinberg (M) 105-105-210 Williams (BC) 108-102-210 Spencer (BM) 112-98-210 Elston (M) 106-105-211 H. Dillon (M) 113-99-212 Nilson (P) 114-99-213 Harrison (BC) 110-104-214 Adams (NT) 111-103-214 Stewart (M) 112-104-216 Reeder (F) 110-108-218 Connors (I) 115-103-218 Gonzales (F) 114-107-221 Hordswick (Whittel) 118-103-218 Strachan (BC) 117-105-222 Inman (Hawthorne) 119-104-223 Whittlinger (NT) 120-105-225 Leming (Moapa) 119-108-227 Hagan (I) 120-109-229 Dodd (V) 123-106-229 Hendryx (Round Mtn.) 118-113-231 Harlow (NT) 125-107-232 Kirk (F) 128-104-232 Calvanese (M) 109-124-233 Washington (P) 114-119-233 Giomi (Yerington) 115-118-233 Leonard (Mo) 121-113-234 Partridge (NT) 112-128-240 Robertson (Yer) 118-123-241 Fair (White Pine) 120-124-244 Walstrom (T) 128-119-247 Schearer (V) 130-117-247 Hermann (WP) 129-124-253 C. Dillon (M) 140-114-254 Faught (V) 131-125-256 Skog (Dayton) 131-127-258 Milachowski (V) 145-132-277 Frehner (V) 164-113-277

3A Girls Golf State Championships

Desert Lakes, Fernley Team results: Truckee 472, Pahrump 494, Boulder City 496, Fernley 519, N. Tahoe 530, Incline 533, Manogue 545, Virgin Valley Individual results: Harter (T) 82, Trudeau (T) 83, Jones (NT) 87, Hopkins (P) 87, Gillig (BC) 89, Mays (Spring Creek) 90, McDonald (BC) 91, Apadoca (P) 94, Raner (P) 96, Janderbuer (F) 97, Oberly (I) 97, Jurey (Wells) 98, Grace (BC) 98, Ellrich (F) 99, Thomas (F) 99, Turner (V) 99, Waller (T) 100, Milani (NT) 100, Ayers (SC) 102, DeCarlo (T) 102, Cross (P) 103, Davis (T) 105, Feinberg (M) 105, Ziamowski (I) 105, Harless (Battle Mountain) 106, Elston (M) 106, Ellsworth (I) 107, Williams (BC) 108, Calvanese (M) 109, Hills (I) 109, Reeder (F) 110, Harrison (BC) 110, Adams (NT) 111, Partridge (NT) 112, Spencer (BM) 112, Stewart (M) 112, Dillon (M) 113, Washington (P) 114, Nilson (P) 114, Gonzales (F) 114, Giomi (Yer) 115, Connors (I) 115, Strachan (BC) 117, Hordswick (Whittel) 118, Leming (Moapa) 119, Inman (Hawthorne) 119, Fair (White Pine) 120, Whittlinger (NT) 120, Hagan (I) 120, Leonard (Moa) 121, Dodd (V) 123, Harlow (NT) 125, Walstrom (T) 128, Hermann (WP) 129, Schearer (V) 130, Skog (Day) 131, Faught (V) 131, Dillon (M) 140, Milachowski (V) 145, Frehner (V) 164

1999 U.S. Bank/NIAA GIrls Golf

STATE Championships Canyon Gate Country Club, Las Vegas Team standings Green Valley 393-401-794 Bishop Gorman 435-430-865 Durango 438-447-885 Galena 481-462-943 Reno 479-499-978 Palo Verde 519-504-1023 Wooster 524-505-1029 Carson 553-532-1085 Individual standings C. Fernandez (GV) 73-80-153 M. Fernandez (GV) 78-75-153 Kindig (GV) 75-79-154 Gill (Gal) 77-77-154 Auten (Bonanza) 79-76-155 Reilly (BG) 79-76-155 Welch (Dur) 78-78-156 De’Ath (GV) 80-78-158 Andrews (Dur) 75-84-159 Chappell (Churchill County) 78-81-159 Monteiro (Bon) 82-80-162 Hentzner (BG) 83-80-163 Faber (Dur) 84-83-167 Oliver (Hug) 83-86-169 Webb (BG) 82-90-172 Detomasi (CC) 83-90-173 Lee (Silverado) 85-91-176 Folosine (Reno) 84-93-177 Miranda (Cimarron) 87-90-177 Baxter (Car) 91-88-179 Dionne (GV) 87-92-179 Wallin (BG) 91-88-179 A. Nelson (Woo) 93-87-180 Cohen (GV) 96-89-185 Ely (Gal) 93-92-185 Nunn (Reno) 88-98-186 Butts (SLT) 93-96-189 Schlosser (Gal) 104-87-191 K. Nelson (Woo) 96-98-194 Maynes (Silverado) 100-95-195 Bartmus (Dur) 100-96-196 Henderson (PV) 98-98-196 Glenn (Reno) 98-100-198 Mark (BG) 100-98-198 Van Cleve (BG) 102-96-198 Hecker (PV) 103-96-199 Hird (Reno) 97-104-201 Sherba (PV) 102-99-201 Canepa (Gal) 102-100-202 Sutton (Dur) 101-106-207 Johnson (Woo) 105-104-209 Boyle (Reed) 108-103-211 Cassell (PV) 106-105-211 Ellis (Gal) 104-106-211 DeLucia (Dur) 102-112-214 Fitzhenry (Car) 112-108-220 Yeaton (PV) 114-106-220 Maupin (Reno) 117-104-221 Cipriano (Gal) 114-108-222 Picollo (Woo) 114-109-223 K. Teixera (Woo) 116-107-223 McCoy (PV) 110-115-225 Heinen (Reno) 112-117-229 Liveratti (Car) 117-113-230 Mulvane (Car) 121-110-231 Borst (Car) 112-124-236 Upton (Car) 124-113-237 T. Teixeira (Woo) 117-126-243

Nevada Day Parade line-up

Nevada Day Parade Division One 1 -American Legion 2 -Elko High School Marching Band 3 -Carson City Sheriff Mounted Unit 4 -Carson City Sheriff’s Office 5 -Washoe County Sheriff 5 -Nevada Highway Patrol 6 -Douglas County Sheriff Mounted Posse 7 -Nevada Indian Commission 8 -Nevada Day Poster Contest Winners 9 -U. S. Senators Harry Reid and John Ensign 10 -U. S. Congressman Jim Gibbons 11 -Governor Kenny and Mrs. Dema Guinn 12 -Lt. Governor Lorraine Hunt 13 -State Treasurer Brian Krolicki 14 -Secretary of State Dean Heller 15 -State Controller Kathy Augustine 16 -Chief Justice Bill Maupin 17 -Justices of the Supreme Court 18 – Southern Paiute Tribe-color guard 19 – Walker River Paiute Tribe-Li’l Miss Pinenut 20 – Walker River Paiute Tribe-Miss Walker River Division 2 21 -Douglas High School Drill Team 22 -Douglas High School Band 23 -Douglas High School Flag Team 24 -Native American Elders of the 19th Century 25 -Reno-Sparks Indian Colony 26 -Reno-Sparks Indian Colony 27 – Miss Pyramid Lake-Kathleen Bryan 28 -Mercedes Melendez Ramirez, Kona & Lowellen Jackson 29 -Toi-Tukado: Cattail Eaters of the Stillwater Marshes 30 -Yerington Paiute Tribe 31 -Western Shoshone Nation 32 -Western Shoshone Nation 33 -Great Basin Native Basketweaver Assoc. 34 -Summit Lake Paiute Tribe 35 -Pyramid Lake Paiute Tribe 36 -Pyramid Lake Paiute Tribe 37 -Pyramid Lake Paiute Tribe Division 3 38 -South Tahoe High School JROTC Color Guard 39 -South Tahoe High School JROTC Drill Team 40 -Carson Middle School Band 41 -Boys & Girls Clubs of Western Nevada 42 -Linda Crosthwaite 43 -Ronnie Johnson Family of Clowns 44 -Washoe Tribal Police Department 44 -Washoe Tribe of Nevada and California 45 -Washoe Housing Authority/Washoe Tribe 46 -Douglas County Sheriff DARE and GREAT 47 -Rite of Passage 48 -Miss Pahrump 49 -Great Basin Fjords 50 -Nevada State Fire Marshal 51 -Daughters of Norway 52 -Northern Nevada Homeschoolers 53 -Bretta Sue Reese 54 -Sierra Inline Hockey League 55 -Betty Young Rau Division 4 56 -Lyon County Sheriff’s Dept. Color Guard 57 -Dayton High School Marching Band 58 -Dayton High School Flag Team 59 -Girl Scouts of the Sierra Nevada 60 -Girl Scouts of the Sierra Nevada 61 -Capital Christian Center’s Children’s Ministry 62 -Nevada Senior Softball 63 -Silver Springs Chamber of Commerce 64 -Miss Rodeo Nevada 65 -Reno Rodeo Association 66 -Red Hat Society 67 -Ronald McDonald 68 -Gordon Bourne & Ken Furlong 69 -Miss Nevada 70 -Miss Winnemucca & Miss Humboldt County 71 -Grandpa & His Shadow 72 -Brian Sandoval 73 -Carson City Veterans’ Group Division 5 74 -Incline Village High School JROTC Color Guard 75 -Incline Village High School JROTC Drill Team 76 -Incline Village High School Top Gun Battalion 77 -Incline Village High School Marching Band 78 -Little Miss North America-Amber Harper 79 -Nevada Committee for Full Statehood 80 -Nevada Women’s History Project 81 -Bob Guimont & Carson City Sheriff’s Protective Assoc. 82 -100 Years of Ford 83 -Sparks Little Theater 84 -Division of Child and Family Services 85 -Redd Barney Ranch 86 -Calvary Chapel 87 -Piper’s Opera House 1864 Governor’s Ball 88 -ICDA Performing Arts 89 -Carson Tiger Sharks 90 -Chorus of the Comstock Division 6 91 -Wooster Colt Battalion 92 -Reno High School Band 93 -Miss Nevada Teen American 94 -Nevada 4-H 95 -Western Nevada Performing Arts 96 -Sierra Rottweiler Owners 97 -MADD 98 -Sierra Nevada Junior Rodeo Club 99 -Cinderella Scholarship 100 -Memorial to World War II Killed in Action 101 -Northern Nevada Sikh 102 -Cub Scout Pack 143 103 -Senior National Finals Rodeo 104 -Dayton Chamber of Commerce 105 -Potter’s House 106 -Korean War Veteran’s Association 107 -Reno High School ROTC Huskie Battalion Division 7 108 -Eagle Valley Middle School Drill Team 109 -Eagle Valley Middle School Band 110 -Carson City Elks 111 -National Pony Express 112 -AARP 113 -Pearl Harbor Survivor’s Assoc. 114 -U. S. Coast Guard and Auxiliary 115 -Warm Springs Riders 116 -Pet Network 117 -Nevada Civil War Volunteers 118 -Girl Scouts Troop 152 119 -Soroptimist International of Carson City 120 -Wells Fargo Bank 121 -Portuguese Pioneers 122 -Baha’I Faith 123 -Nevada Buggy Buddies 124 -Carson City Host Lions 125 -E. Clampus Vitus 126-2002 Beggin’ Strips A-mazin’ Bacon Races 127 -Sparks Assembly Rainbow for Girls Division 8 128 -White Pine High School Band 129 -White Pine High School Flag Team 130 – Navy League of the United States 131 -Pyramid Lake Fisheries 132 -Woodford’s Youth Opportunity Movement 133 -Sierra Sage Riders 134 -Hilltop Community Church 135 -Make-A-Wish Foundation 136 -Fallon High School Rodeo Queen 137 -Widders of Nevada 138 -SNEA 139 -Robbie’s F Troop 140 -Bonanza Casino 141 -Sierra Nevada Academy 142 -Sons & Daughters of Erin 143 -Sierra Highlanders Pipe Band 144 -Nevada Society of Scottish Clans 145 -GBPCA’s AmeriCorps 146 -Capital City Humane Society 147 -Republican Women Division 9 148 -Reed NJROTC Color Guard 149 -Reed NJROTC Raider Battalion 150 -Reed NJROTC Armed Drill Team 151 -Home Street Drill Team 152 -Home Street Middle School 153 -Home Street Tall Flags & Rifles 154 -Coldwell Banker Village 155 -Nevada Physical Therapy 156 -Anthem Blue Cross Blue Shield 157 -Arundel Auction 158 -Virginia Range Wildlife Protection Assoc. 159 -Computer Corps 160 -KBUL Converta-Bull 161 -Sparkie the Clown 162 -Kerak Shrine 163 -Hillah Shriners Motor Patrol 164 -Les Schwab 165 -Lyon County Sheriff’s Rescue 166 -Mix95.5 Division 10 167 -Carson High School NJROTC Color Guard 168 -Carson High School NJROTC Drill Team 169 -Carson High School “Blue Thunder” Band 170 -Nevada Office of Traffic Safety 171 -BLM 172 -Nevada Division of Forestry 173 -Warren Engine Company No. 1 174 -Exotic Car Audio 175 -Firematic 176 -Citizen Alert 177 -Champion Motor Speedway 178 -Nevada Army National Guard 179 -Devil Mountain Brigade 180 -Superior Tow & Transport

chili for honor

ABOVE: Four-and-a-half year old Luke Rivers of Reno attempts to dunk Miss Nevada 2013 Diana Sweeney, originally of Mound House, at the chili cookoff at Glen Eagles on Saturday. TOP RIGHT: Terri Mellon of Reno takes a sample from Dione Cooley of 'Reno's Red Hot Mama' chili on Saturday at Glen Eagles. BOTTOM RIGHT: Vanita Grau of Blue Star Mom's Chapter 2 sells tickets on Saturday at the chili cookoff at Glen Eagles in Carson.

Winners of the Chili Cookoffs

Chili Cookoffs, held Saturday and Sunday at Glen Eagle’s Restaurant: Saturday High Sierra Regional Chili Cookoff Salsa 1. Dora Jepson, Merced, Calif. 2. Gerry Lind, Rocklin, Calif. 3. Dale Hart, Carson City Chile Verde 1. Cindy Haught, Pahrump 2. Ron Judson, Red Bluff, Calif. 3. Dennis Robinson, Boise Red Chili 1. David Hipskind, Elk Grove, Calif. 2. Harry Robinson, Ceres, Calif. 3. Margo Knudson, Granite Bay, Calif. Sunday Nevada Capital Regional Chili Cookoff Salsa 1. John Ammerman, Carson City 2. Cindy Haught, Pahrump 3. Gerry Lind, Rocklin, Calif. Chile Verde 1. John Ammerman, Carson City 2. Isabella Robinson, Ceres, Calif. 3. Marty Leitner, Jean, Nev. Red Chili 1. Margo Knudson, Granite Bay, Calif. 2. John Medcraft, Reno 3. Harry Robinson, Ceres, Calif. The winners in each category each day qualified for the World Championship Chili Cookoff in Manchester, N.H. the first weekend in October.

Chili cookoff planned July 12-13

The International Chili Society's High Sierra Regional Chili Cookoff and Nevada Capital Chili Cookoff will be July 12-13 at Glen Eagles, where cooks will submit red chili, chile verde and salsa for judgement. Salsa will be judged at noon, chile verde at 1 p.m. and red chili at 3. Prize money and trophies will be awarded, and winners of each category on each day will qualify for the World's Championship Chili Cookoff in October. Winners of red chili and chile verde also qualify for the World Food Championships Nov. 12-18 in Las Vegas. The event offers a craft fair, live music, a dunk tank, military vehicle rides, patriotic displays and more. This year's proceeds go to Honor Flight, a nonprofit that takes veterans to Washington, D.C. For more information, call Bob Grayson at 775-882-6878, 775-883-1997, or fax 775-885-7852, or email Hotairbob@aol.com.

Chili cookoffs set for Fourth of July weekend

At least four former International Chili Society world champions are scheduled to participate in two regional chili cookoffs on the Independence Day weekend in Carson City. Competitors will be Ed Pierczynski, the 1992 World Champion from Carson City, as well as Jim Knudson from 2006 and Margo Knudson from 1987, the founders of Jimboy’s Tacos The High Sierra Regional Cookoff will take place July 3, while the Nevada Capital Regional is set for July 4. The winners of both cookoffs qualify for the 2010 World Championship Chili Cookoff in Manchester, New Hampshire in October. Each day will feature salsa, chile verde, red chili and a locals cookoff as well as a craft show. All events will take place on the lawn at Glen Eagles Restaurant on the north end of town from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Chili will be available to taste throughout both days. All proceeds will benefit the Soroptimist Charities. “This year, we are inviting local cooks to cook in a separate competition for bragging rights to the best chili in Carson City. There will be no ICS cooks allowed. We hope that some serious rivalries will develop between service clubs, schools, local businesses and individuals,” said organizer Bob Grayson. For more information, contact Bob Grayson at 882-6878 or HotAirBob@aol.com.

Out & About with Kim Riggs: Chili, bands and fireworks in store for July festivities

Chili Cook-off There are back-to-back chili cookoffs in Carson City during Independence Day festivities at Glen Eagles Restaurant, July 3-4. The High Sierra and Nevada Capital Chili Cookoffs, sponsored by the International Chili Society return to Glen Eagles Restaurant and will be on the grass under the trees. It’s not just chili, the festivities also include a craft fair and locals’ cookoffs of salsa, verde and red chili. WHAT: International Chili Cook-off WHERE: Glen Eagles parking lot, 3700 N. Carson St. WHEN: 11 a.m.-5 p.m. July 3 and 4 CONTACT: Bob Grayson by e-mail at HotAirBob@aol.com or call 882-6878 (days) or Glen Eagles at 884-4414 WEB: http://www.chilicookoff.com Virginia City 4th of July parade and fireworks Remember that the annual parade will start at noon and fireworks are scheduled for after dark. The parade starts and the July party goes throughout the entire town WHAT: Parade, fun and fireworks for the entire family WHERE: Main Street Virginia City WHEN: July 4th, 11 a.m.- to nightfall CONTACT: 847-4386 for more information. RSVP Fourth of July Celebration We’re just a few days away from the Fourth of July, which will include a beautiful fireworks display over Carson City thanks to the RSVP program each year. Dig out the lounge chair, coolers and head to Mills Park and enjoy the Carnival midway, arts and crafts vendors and food and the fireworks start at night fall. WHAT: Fireworks and fun WHERE: Mills Park WHEN: Fireworks at 9:15 p.m. July 4 CONTACT: 687-4680. Fridays@3rd Street Join Fridays@3rd Street in Carson City on July 9 when rock band Lavish Green performs. July 23 features country band The Rustlers and on Aug. 13, Flipside will play top 40 R&B. Join in on the fun, music and good times. WHAT: Music, friends and lots of fun at Carson and 3rd WHERE: Fridays@3rd Street WHEN: 7-11:30 p.m. July 9, 23, Aug. 13 Next week: BAWN Professional Women in Building Summit and Senators Summer Slam Camp • To have your information included, contact Kim Riggs at kimriggs@att.net

Chili weekend forecast for Carson City

The 34th Annual Carson City Chili Cook-off and Craft Fair is expected to draw foodies from across the region this weekend, with tastings offered from11 am. to 5 p.m. Saturday and Sunday at Glen Eagles Restaurant. “It’s going to be a great way to spend a beautiful day in Carson City,” said Marilyn Lewis of Soroptimist International of Carson City. “Glen Eagles has all those big trees, so it will be comfortable for everyone in the shade.” International Chili Society members, at least six world champions, local businesses, organizations and individuals will cook up their favorite chili recipes for the community to enjoy. Along with the People’s Choice of Carson City chili competition, the International Chili Society will hold the High Sierra Regional Chili Cook-off on Saturday, and the Nevada Capital Regional Chili Cook-off will be on Sunday, so foodies are expected both days to sample and evaluate the different recipes. The winners of the society’s two cookoffs will qualify for the 2011 World Championship Chili Cookoff in Manchester, N.H., in October. Trophies will be awarded both days of the event. Cooks will start assembling their chili early in the morning both days, Lewis said, and chili tasting will be available all day. Soroptimists will sell chili tasting kits and host a raffle with proceeds benefiting the club’s community projects. The Joseph Greco band will play traditional country classics both days. The craft fair will include a variety of items for sale, and raffles will be held through the weekend. Corey Clown will create balloon animals for children from 1:30-5 p.m. today. On Sunday, Sparkie the Clown and Zippy the Face Painter will be performing from 11 a.m.-5 p.m. “Glen Eagles will also be selling hamburgers, hot dogs, beer and sodas, so it’s going to be a party,” Lewis said. Soroptimists is a worldwide organization for women in management and professions working through service projects to advance human rights and the status of women.