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Bulletin, Record, Progressive, Reporter Wednesday, March 4, 2015 5C I I Greg Knight Princeton sent Chester nearly earning a triple-double with by deadline for this story, division, while Princeton, at Sports Writer halfway to the Pacific Ocean, 12 rebounds and 11 blocks. 6-2 in Pioneer-Valley, League to Trinity County, to face Tristan James was also Chester 84, Princeton 47 standings, came into the Hayfork on Thursday, Feb. 26. effective at getting the dish to It just wasn't Princeton's match as the No. 12 team. The Chester Volcanoes Hayfork ended the season other players with seven night last Tuesday, Feb. 24, as Durkin, in addition to being boys' basketball squad fought with an 11-1 record in assists on top of his nine-point the Eagles were downed byhigh scorer for the Vols, also its way to an appearance in Evergreen League standings showing. Chester in the first round of added one of the two the Northern Section an4 went 14-8 in the regular Also scoring for the VolsNorth Section Division VIthree-pointers on the night, California Interscholastic season -- though Wyatt were Jason Schlueter (14), playoffs on an 84-47 final score with Tristan James adding Federation Division VI Durkin and his crew of Vols Caleb Sylvester (seven), Eddy -- which included a 33-point one as well in his nine-point semifinals last week after made sure there would not be Perez (six) and Jer White (two). showing from Wyatt Durkinnight. Other scorers were beating Hayfork in 62-47 another win for the Jacks. The win sends the Vols toand 12-point games from Eddy Caleb Sylvester with eight barnburner that pitted head The Vols were able to the third round of the Perez and Spencer Lee. points, Jason Schlueter with coach Jake Simms' No. 5 seed extend a 28-25 lead at halftime, playoffs. Results for The Vols, who went 7-1 infour of his own and the trio of team against the No. 4 seed thanks mostly to an ll-point Tuesday's semifinal matchFive-Star League action, Sawyer Durkin, Jack Timberjacks. showing from Durkin; he was against No. 1 seed Paradise entered the playoffhunt Stiarwalt and Jer White with An earlier win over also the king of defense,Adventist were not available ranked as the No. 5 seed in the two apiece. FRC softball headed into GVC play, currently hold a 10-5 overall record Greg Knight record last year and, with have managed to defeat to give a small scare to two champion, Sierra College put Sports Editor only three returning Fresno City College, Monterey powerhouse programs, down the Eagles on a 5-0 loss. sophomores, the team is Peninsula College, Gavilan Cabrillo College found itself The Eagles enter the GVC comprised of 17 dedicatedCollege, Reedley College and up against the Eagles in the with a 10-5 record and will After h long rebuilding freshmen. Yuba College. Solano tournament. After take on College of the during the 2014 season, the The Eagles, though not The squad, led by head three innings of a tied Redwoods at home, March 6, Feather River College Golden currently ranked, have been coach Meredith Aragon, has ballgame, Cabrillo batted in in a doubleheader starting at Eagles softball team is making upsetting teams in many not only stolen some winsthe final run to win in the noon. They will play again at a statement: It's not the same conferences this preseason. In from a few state-ranked ninth, 3-2. home March 7 against College team that finished with a 5-26 the past few weeks the Eagles teams, but have also managed The defending state of the Siskiyous. GREENVILLE, from page 4C' collapsing defensive help, forcing him to deliver the ball to teammates for shooting opportunities. In the final eight minutes, Paradise continued to double-team Eaglesmith, which proved very effective, leaving the Greenville squad to shoot eight for 41 and 10.8 percent from the floor which, ultimately, was not enough for the win despite outscoring Paradise 20-16 in the period. In terms of scoring, Greenville was led by Eaglesmith with 10 points, while Walker Meyers added five and James Martinez and Christian Beres added four apiece. Ray Busta nante, Corte Smith and Sheridan Kusel each added one from the free-throw lin . The loss ends a storied season for Greenville: The Indians won the Pioneer- Mountain League with a 10-0 record, while going 17-7 overall in the regular season. II Morgan Stantey Leah Schug FinanciaL Advisor 1]+78 Stone Point Drive, 5th FLoor " RoseviLLe, CaLifornia 95661 (866) 3674200 www.TheHam CA Insurance Lic. #0C38863 2014 Morgan StanLey Smith Barney LLC. Member SIPC. CRC8975#1 06/% j k. 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