TYSL seeks volunteers

The Trinity Youth Soccer League is seeking community members to join its Board of Directors. The organization currently has the following volunteer positions open: coach coordinator, referee coordinator and treasurer.  

All interested persons are invited to attend the next TYSL board meeting at 6:30 p.m. Tuesday, April 13, via Zoom: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/86846232926?pwd=eWU0dnhEbVRGSytoa3ZZRkh0MDdwdz09.

For more information contact trinityyouthsoccerleague@gmail.com.

Mountain Bike Challenge set

The 2021 Bigfoot MTB Challenge is coming April 1 to May 31, featuring new routes and exciting new trails. Special prizes for ALL Blackout finishers.  

Formerly the Mayor’s Mountain Bike Challenge, the Bigfoot MTB Challenge is free to participate in and helps you discover some of the most exciting and challenging routes the Bigfoot country has to offer, including the Weaver Basin Trail System in Weaverville.  

For more information contact Nate Knudsen at bigfootmtbchallenge@gmail.com, call 530-638-5098 or go to the website at www.bigfootmtbchallenge.com/.

Bowling highlights

Trinity Lanes, Weaverville

Thursday Night Businessmen

Week 24, March 25

High Scratch Series: Ralph Wheeler, 587; Mike MacLaren, 545; Tim Ritchey, 516

High Scratch Game: Mike MacLaren, 208; Ralph Wheeler, 208; Bill Healy, 190; Tim Ritchey, 190

High Handicap Series: Ralph Wheeler, 590; Tim Ritchey, 564; Jonathan Duerst, 561

High Handicap Game: Mike MacLaren, 212; Ralph Wheeler, 209; Tim Ritchey, 206

Thursday Morning Ladies

Week 18, March 25

High Scratch Series: Lora Wheeler, 432; Teresa Gordon, 432; Kathy Fox, 394

High Scratch Game: Lucy DeMaris, 172; Jane Draper, 153; Daphne Wetzel, 145

High Handicap Series: Karen Hammer, 630; Denice Meissner, 612; Mary Ellen Grigsby, 592

High Handicap Game: Kathy Weiner, 220; Lynn McElroy, 208; Donna Kaundart, 203

Wednesday Night Adult

Week 22, March 24

Men’s High Scratch Series: Michael Carroll, 489; Jonathan Duerst, 348

Men’s High Scratch Game: Michael Carroll, 212; Jonathan Duerst, 144

Men’s High Handicap Series: Michael Carroll, 615; Jonathan Duerst, 522

Men’s High Handicap Game: Michael Carroll, 254; Jonathan Duerst, 202

Happy 30th birthday, Michael!

Women’s High Scratch Series: Ashley Sommerfield, 477; Vicki Froiland, 447; Rhonda Miller, 417

Women’s High Scratch Game: Ashley Sommerfield, 184; Rhonda Miller, 164; Vicki Froiland, 156

Women’s High Handicap Series: Vicki Froiland, 579; Ashley Sommerfield, 561; Jody Brown, 553

Women’s High Handicap Game: Ashley Sommerfield, 212; Rhonda Miller, 208; Vicki Froiland, 200

Senior League, March 23

Women’s High Series: Sharon Workman, 404; Lora Wheeler, 401; Lynn McElroy, 389

Men’s High Series: Turner Jones, 454; Terry Griffith, 445; Robet Treon, 391

Women’s High Game: Charlene Griffith, 114; Fay Patterson, 113; Nancie Locke, 104; Sharon Eggleston, 104

Men’s High Game: None reported

TAGA results

Trinity Alps Golf Course, March 26

1st: Dave Vigil, 58

2nd: Benny Jiminez, 60

3rd: Dave Morton, 60

Closest to the pin (#2): Mike Price, 6’3”

Sportswriter sought

The Trinity Journal is seeking a freelance sportswriter to provide coverage of Trinity High School and/or Hayfork High School sporting events with the opportunity to do some outdoors coverage as desired.

Prior media experience helpful, but not mandatory. Payment by the column inch; mileage reimbursed.

Interested parties should provide a letter of interest and/or resume to Wayne Agner, editor and publisher, The Trinity Journal, P.O. Box 340, Weaverville, CA 96093-0340; by email to publisher@trinityjournal.com; or bring it by our office at 500 Main St., Weaverville.

Seeking Bigfoot info

Author Tom Morris has been studying Bigfoot for years. Morris asks hikers and hunters that if any incidents involving Bigfoot come up, to notify him on his landline at 925-930-8123.

Or send him an email at tommorris@msn.com and put BIGFOOT in subject line; or send a report in to the Bigfoot Field Research Organization, www.bfro.net/GDB/submitfm.asp.

Also, check out the Tom Morris experience on YouTube.

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