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6C Wednesday, Feb. 4, 2015 Bulletin, Record, Progressive, Reporter FRC*to face Nevada in spring scrimmage Feather River College head soccer coach Don Williams,. right, works with a group of Lady Golden Eagle sophomores and freshmen in preparation for a springtime practice match against Nevada on Saturday, ,March 7, in~Reno. The FRC squad won the Golden Valley Conference championship in 2014 with a 15-4-2 overall record and will face a Wolf Pack team that went 4-14-2 in NCAA Division I play. Photo by Greg Knight O and i it1 w Get 4 lines and IOGB for only a mOnth. Plus we'll pay off your old .contract. AUTHORIZED AGENT $ down sarr ng GALAXY New Retail Installment Contract and Shared Connect Plan required. 0% APR: 20 monthly payrnents of $33, U.& Cellular. CALL FOR STORE HOURS. ,, ,, ,. o .,zE ,, ,, .. 2850 Main St., Suite 8, 530-252-4337 Lady Volcano sophomore Theresa Miller (No. 2) looks for an outlet as Greenville defender Hannah Lambach (No. 15) looms. CHESTER, from page 2C Schlueter said. "I had confidence in the shot and was thankful it went in." Eaglesmith, who scored 14 points, said the Indians had a minor issue with communication in the OT period -- a mistake that would not soon be repeated. ',We had some miscommunication in the overtime, after we were up 65-60," Eaglesmith said. "But after the game the coaches cleared up with us what happened and it is something we are sure to work out the future." Every player on the Chester squad managed a scoring effort. Tristan James was just behind Durk'm with 10 points, Schlueter penciled in six points off a pair of threes, while Sawyer Durkin ended with five and Eddy Perez with four. The trio of Spencer Lee, Jer White and Sylvester each scored two. Walker led for Greenville with 21 points and Christian Beres put up 12 of his own. Potts added 10 and Corte Smith finished with eight. Ray Bustamante put a deuce on the board as well for the Indians. The win gives Chester an 11-7 overall record, with its 3-0 tally in Five-Star League standings still intact. Chester's next game will be Feb. 10 when the Vols travel to Liberty Christian. Greenville will host Quincy tonight, with th~ boys' team tipping off at 7 p.m. Girls' basketball Chester 55, Greenville 35 For the first 16 minutes of the Lady Vols game against Greenville, junior Reanrm Trujiilo led Chester with nine of her team's 19 first-half points. The two squads seemed evenly matched on both sides of the ball and Chester went into the locker room at halftime leading only by a single point, 19-18 -- though they would eventually go on to win on a 55-35 final tally. Despite the slim lead, it was in the second half that the Vols lit up the scoreboard. The first volley of offense for Chester came from the hands of Kaytlan Hedrick as she shot a perfect six-of-six from the inside for 12 points. Elizabeth Bereznak also dropped a bucket and a free throw in the third to go along with four free throws between Paige Reed and Rebecca Branch. With the Vols scoring 19 in the third, Greenville managed to keep up, but just barely, scoring 11 points off buckets by Brooke House, Farris Smith, Hannah Lambach and Shasta Banchio. Hedrick took the reins for Chester in the fourth period, scoring six points. She was joined by Trujillo, Reed and Theresa Miller, who made a clutch shot in the opening seconds of the period to help the Vols on their way to a 17-point drive. In the end, it was too much for Greenville, which fell to 5-8 overall. Hedrick led the scoring effort for the Vols with 20 points. Also in double digits wer~ Trujillo with 11 and Branch with 10. Reed scored six on the evening, with Elizabeth Bereznak tallying up five on the board. Miller ended with two and the pair of Ronnie Rhoads and Ashley Clark each logging a free throw. For the Indians, Banchio led in points, scoring 15 in a showing that included a trio of three-pointers. House finished with nine and Lambach added seven of her own. Farris Smith also had a bucket in the game. Chester now sits on top of an ever:increasing overall record of S-11, while still standing at 2-1 in the Five Star League. Boys' basketball Greenville 72, Westwood 41 After the tough loss to Chester, Ifldians regrouped around head coach Jon Kusel for what would be a sweet victory over the Westwood Lumberjacks, taking down the team from Lassen County, 72-41. In essence, the game turned out to be the Walker Meyers show as the senior co-captain went seven-of-15 from three-point land and drained not only four treys in the first half, but nailed a~ unbelievable four in a row in: the waning minutes of the ~' fourth period. In addition to : being the high scorer with 29, Meyers also had eight rebounds, two assists and three steals. ~I Indian sophomore Justus Eaglesmith earned a double-double with his o 17-point, 19-rebound game. Sheridan Kusel and Christian Beres each finished with eight points, ~ while Ray Bustamante put up four. Anthony Cardoza and Darian Potts each finished with three. For Greenville, the overall: season record increases to -. 13-5 and the team is still undefeated at 5-0 in the Pioneer:Mountain League. Quincy 79, Esparto 33 With only four regular season league games left in store for the Trojans, head coach Mike Woodlee's squad: took a big step towardbeing crowned champs of the Mid-Valley League by beating rival Esparto on a 79-33 final last week at home: Brady Rick tallied 32 points in the game, with Erik Schwartz right behind him on a 12-point performance. Both Rick and Schwartz also logged double-doubles with 17 and 13 rebounds, respectively. The win ups the Trojans' league record to 5-0. For the remainder of the season, Quincy will look to face Maxwell at home before taking to the road for a three-game Stretch again$ Biggs, Portola and Esparto -- four teams that Quincy,has bested by anywhere between 15 and 30 points in previous meetings.