Gritty Corsairs find a way to beat the Eagles in tournament play
With a performance that head coach Ryan Bisio described as gritty, the College of the Redwoods men’s basketball team overcame a resilient Mendocino team for a second win in two days at the Coach Treggs Classic on Friday night. The Corsairs won the game 76-71 and improved to 6-5,...
Golf Notes: A walk on the course
I walked on the Little River Golf Course last Friday, playing with the Stableford gang and watching the deer graze the fairways. On the number three fairway, there was a doe and two fawns. As we walkers approached, the mom gave us a gaze as the fawns raised their heads for a look. The mom sauntered off to the left towards the woods. The fawns followed, and once they had procured some elbow room, they began chowing down again on the fairway grass. Mom has probably been teaching them fairway grazing etiquette. Speaking in deer language, Mom might say, “When you see these two leggers bumbling around, just give them some room. Yes, and I don’t know why they carry those bags of sticks and whack those little white, yellow, or pink round things. They seem harmless, but watch out for those round things. They can sting if one hits you. We must share our grazing grounds with these weird stick-bag, two-leggers.”