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Bulletin, Record, Progressive, Reporter, Chester beats back Redding Christian in fourth, 55-53 Greg Knight Sports Editor After trailing 45-34 with six minutes left against Redding Christian at home last week, the Chester Volcanoes went on a 21-8 tear to beat the Lions on a 55-53 final score and remain undefeated in Five-Star League standings at 7-0 though that unblemished record would fall apart days later on a stunning loss to Liberty Christian in the final game of the season. The duo of seniors Eddy Perez and Wyatt Durkin were on fire in the game, scoring 18 points each, with Durkin earning a double-double with his 10 offensive and seven defensive rebounds. Tristan James was also a double-digit shooter, nailing 10 points. James also led the team in assists with five. Sawyer Durkin saw action in the game as well with seven points and Jason Schlueter ended with two. Defensively, Durkin led in blocks with four, while also logging an assist. Schlueter and Sawyer Durkin each had a pair of steals. The fourth-period explosion for the Vole came courtesy of six three-point shots from the combo of Wyatt Durkin, Sawyer Durkin, James and Perez. Wyatt's distance shot was the most accurate of the group; he nailed a trio of treys in the push to in against Redding. The victory gave Chester its ninth win in a row and at least a share of the FSL title whether or not the Vole would own it outright would take one more game, the Feb. 20 meeting with Liberty Christian, the No. 2 team in league at 6-1 (17-8 overall) headed into the match. Lib. Christian 66, Chester 29 In a stunning reversal of fortune, the Vole dropped their final regular season Chester's Eddy Perez prepares to shoot a free throw during his 18-point performance against Redding Christian last week at home. Perez, along with Wyatt Durkin, who also had an 18-point game, led the Volcanoes to a 55-53 final score. Photo by Miriam Cody game of the year on the road to Liberty Christian, courtesy of a 66-29 final score. The loss dropped Chester to 7-1 and gave them the co-crown of the FSL with Liberty, which also ended the season at 7-1. Despite the loss, Chester entered the playoffs as the No. 5 seed and faced No. 12 Princeton on Feb. 24. Results of that game were not available by deadline. Northern MADDEN No. No. 13 seed l No. 5 No. 12 seed Princeton No. 8 seed NO. 9 seed No. 11 seed Portola girls at NO. 6 ".9." KITTENS&CATS! Sl OFFII "tgo ,19o, Go to IO: elqllP o. o ge e to see all the cats that need homes! I PET FOOD 11 If you have an "un-fixed" cat, get her spayed NOW. We have discount I lOlb bag or larger oe Oe certificates for people unable to afford the cost of surgery on their.own. I[ Hwv 89,(; .... le- 284-7313 ee Visit the CATHOUSE - 2453 E. Main, Quincy oiPoe Wed-Fri 12-3 or Sat 10-2 or call 283-5433 ipe MAVERICK ANNIE AMERICAN SHORT HAIR DOMESTIC LONG HAIR & BOMBAY MIX & TORTOISESHELL tg ADULT MALE LARGE YOUNG FEMALE MEDIUM James Reichle Trial Lawyer Veterinary Service 131 Stone Ave. Chester 258-7264 Chester Veterinary Clinic Dr. Robeda Wiederholt, DVM Microchipping saves lives and HomeAgain  Wednesday, Feb. 25, 2015 3C Strand skis into No. 2 spot in league. Chester senior Dakota Strand takes second place in the slalom event at Boreal Mountain ResOrt on Feb. 16 with a combined time of 1:24.68. Strand also took second overall in league.' He will represent Chester High School at Mammoth during the state championship races in March. Photo submitted GOLF RESULTS Mt. Huff Golf Course When the morning mists lifted Feb. 18, the day was absolutely perfect for the Wednesday Morning Scramble at Mt. Huff Golf Course. The good weather brought out a near record number of golfers and three teams placed for recognition. In first place Jim Battagin, Bob Lotti, Ron Carter and Frank Neth scored 7 under par. Coming in at 6 under par, Sue Hudson, Henry Martin and Matt Rutledge placed second. The third-place showing at 4 under par went to Mary Trafton, Bill McRoberts, Wayne Lichti and Chuck Maraldo. The chip-in competition was a tie between Henry Marting and Tony Young and closest to the pin was awarded to Robert McIlroy. To have golf results and club news included in this weekly section, email the information to by Friday at 3p.m. Lassen Community College Fire Line Safety Awareness for Hired Contractors Lassen Community College will be presenting an eight hour annual fire safety training class for fire contractors who work directly on the fire line (dozers, water tender operators, timber fallers, pickup drivers). In order to work on the fire line, you MUST attend this class. For more information and to RSVP, contact the Lassen College Fire Science Department at 251-8829. You Must RSVP as space is limited! ! 2015 Cost of Attendance California Residents : $50 Out of State Residents: $73