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Bulletin, Record, Progressive, Reporter Wednesday, Feb. 19, 2014 3C GIRLS BASKETBALL, from page lC fourth in its division. According to Chester coach John Potter, the Volcanoes had the game, then let it slip away. "We performed how we should have all season," said Potter. "We have a lot of talent and each girl brings something different to the team." Haylee Potter was Chester's high scorer with 10 points. Paige Reed led the team's defense with 10 rebounds. In other Plumas County girls' basketball, Greenville lost its last league game to Herlong, Portola won one of three games and Quincy lost two. Greenville The Indians battled back and forth at Herlong on Feb. 11, but eventually lost 43-37. Greenville's record dropped to 6-15 overall and 2-8 in league. Greenville stayed right on Herlong's tail the majority of the game. At halftime, Herlong was up 16-15, but Greenville tied the game 25-25 at the end of the third quarter. Herlong made some key shots in the final quarter to take the win. Brooke House was Greenville's most valuable player, scoring more than 50 percent of the Indians' points. House sank seven two-pointers and five free throws for 19 points. Destiny Lyman also had a great game, with 10 points. The Indians will host Chester on Wednesday, Feb. 19, at 6 p.m. for their final game of the season. Quincy The Quincy Trojans had no luck on the road or at home last week. Quincy began its week at Colusa on Feb. 11 with a 61-48 loss. On Feb. 14, the Trojans hosted Biggs, and fell 56-47. The losses brought Quincy's record down to 4-16 overall and 1-7 in league. Quincy fell behind to Greenville's Hannah Allen tries to navigate around one of Herlong's players during the Indians' 43-37 loss Feb. 11. Photo by Maddie Musante Colusa quickly in the game. Portola The Trojans fought back and Portola lost two league shortened the gap to trail games and won one 25-20 at halftime. Colusa kept non-league game last week. racking up the points, The Tigers started their week however, to take the win.losing 43-38 to Biggs on Feb. Against Biggs, Quincy's 11. The Tigers traveled to shooting percentage was the Loyalton for a win Feb. 13 and lowest it's been all year at 25 lost at home to Maxwell the percent. Biggs' shooting " next day. percentage was the highest At time of writing, details it's been all year. and scores of the Loyalton and Maxwell games have not been "We didn't play bad," recorded and coach Matt explained Quincy coach Compton was unavailable for Harlon Savier. "We had a lot comment. less turnovers than we have The results brought the been having, but we just Tigers' overall record down to couldn't make the shots. And 17-6 and their league record to (Biggs) was on fire." 4-4. The Trojans will play their Portola will host Loyalton final game of the season on Thursday at 6 p.m. and Friday at6 p.m. in Quincyhead to Colusa on Friday for against Williams. its last game of the regular season. Quincy High School graduate Shane Kelley, who started snowmobiling at world. Photo by Ken Evans Kelley takes a young age, advantage of some fresh powder in Idaho. has made a name for himself in the sledding uincy snowm garners attention James Wilson Sports Editor sports@plumasnews.com Quincy High School graduate Shane Kelley is making quite the splash in the snowmobiling world these days. Kelley, now residing in Boise, Idaho, has become oneof the most recognized names in snowmobiling, and his recognition grew even more since moving from Quincy in 2012. Kelley grew up in East Quincy around snowmobiles. His family took rides nearly every weekend when there was snow on the ground. Kelley, who began riding around 4 years old, quickly became adept at navigating with a snowmobile. In 2002, Kelley began racing snowmobiles. He continued through 2004, when he stopped due to limited racing opportunities. The next year Kelley started snowmobiling in films. Since then, Kelley has appeared in 17 films. He worked with film companies such as 509 Films, Boondockers, Team Summit and Alpine Assassins. "It was just a lot more fun for me to go out in the backcountry with my friends and film ourselves on our snowmobiles," said Kelley. "It offered more opportunities than racing did." Multiple companies attached to snowmobiling quickly took notice and offered Kelley sponsorships. Kelley is currently sponsored by 22 companies, such as theriderscope.com and Arctic FX Graphics. Recently, Kelley took to writing about what he knows best: snowmobiling. Kelley started contributing articles to snowmobiling magazines. His latest article is on newsstands right now. In the latest edition of Sled Heads, published four times per year, Kelley wrote on the construction of his newest snowmobile, a free-ride sled. Kelley details, the process and the brand choices he used in the constructiofi, and explains why each component is perfect for his uses. He said he plans to continue snowmobiling, writing and appearing in films. Kelley is also enjoying living in Boise, where he said the terrain is similar to Plumas County's, but the snow is better. Kelley is in the process of constructing his own website, skfreeride.com, where people can follow him and see updated videos and pictures from recent outings. Kelley also works with a Boise Ski-Doo dealership running a guide service. Plumas Pines Shopping Center 530-283-2320 Reisa, Brianna & J'P" Ty, Nick, Amber, Evan & Justin The owner and crew have been excited to bring Round Table Pizza back .to Quincy. Advertising in the Bulletin has definitely helped keep us connected to the community. 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