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2C Wednesday, April 7, 2010 Bulletin, Progressive, Record, Reporter Shannon Morrow ding to play Liberty Christ- earned runs, while striking Sports Editor ian and came away with a out five batters over five in- 17-4 victory, nings. Chester exploded out of Offensively, Tucker Gans, After starting its season the gate with nine runs in Tyler Buchanan and Jake with a 6-1 record, the the first inning and fourSimms each claimed three Chester High School base- runs in the second inning, hits for the Volcanoes. ball team dropped two con- while holding Liberty Chris- Simms led with six RBIs, secutive games, but has tianscoreless, followedby Gans with three, since rebounded with three Each team registered John Gustin with two and more wins before spring three runs in the fourth in- Curtis Stevens with two. break, ning and one run in the fifth Buchanan scored three The Chester Volcanoes and final inning, runs, while Gans, Gustin, participated in the Maxwell The Volcanoes recorded Burt, Stevens, Conchas and Round Robin Tournament 13 hits and one error, Simms crossed home plate March 26-27, where they while Liberty Christian two timesapiece. won two games the second finished with six hits and The Volcanoes are sched- day. Chester defeated Colusa eight errors, uled to travel to Greenville 7-3 and Williams 14-1. Pitcher Daniel Burt Tuesday, April 13, for a The following week, the earned the win for Chester, Feather River League con- Volcanoes traveled to Red- giving up four hits and two test. M q t i In varsity girls, competition, Quincy's Trinity Stirling placed in shot put during a track meet at Central Valley High School. Photo by Suzanne Stirling Chester's Curtis Stevens registered two RBIs Thursday, April 1, when the Volcanoes beat Liberty Christian 17-4. Photo by Shannon Morrow ucr 9 Shannon Morrow in the 100-meter dash and sev- dash and third place in the Sports Editor enth in the 100-meter hurdles, ll0-meter hurdles. Miranda Kelly secured sec- Justin Lusk placed second The Quincy High School ond in long jump, fifth in in the 800-meter run and track team traveled to the triple jump, sixth in 300-me- third in the 1600.meter run. Burt Williams Classic at Cen- ter hurdles and eighth in 100- Dante Knowles claimed tral Valley High School in meter hurdles, sixth in the ll0-meter hur- Shasta Lake Saturday, March Shelby Kingston earned dles, and Mike Ashley earned 27. fifth in 300-meter hurdles, ninth in the 3200-meter run. Quincy's junior varsityseventh in triple jump and The team of Viet Tran, girls' team earned 55 points ninth in long jump. Lusk, Dillingham and Skemp for second place, just one Quincy's junior varsity finished first in the 4x400 re- point behind the first-place boys finished in third place lay and third in the 4x100 re- team. as a team. lay. Tori Beeson took first in Ethan Skemp won first In the varsity girls' compe- the 3200-meter run, second in place in high jump at five tition, Trinity Stirling cap- the 1600-meter run, second in feet, 10 inches, tying the meet tured 10th place in shot put. the high jump and fourth in record for JV boys. SkempIn the varsity boys' divi- the 800-meter run. took fourth in the 200-meter sion, Josh Hanna registered Mariah Hopkins claimed dash. third in the 1600-meter run, third in the long jump, third Henry Dillingham won and Zack Vaughn took eighth first place Ln the .400-meter in the 300-meter hurdles. in the 300-meter hurdles, fifth i = .... ! it i t !! M I! 9 Brescianl Lane, Quincy Bryan Strecker I have had a great response to the March Clip-N-Save Coupons. Several people have stopped in to get their FREE check engine light diagnostic service. I even had one customer come all the way from Chester to get the FREE service. I want to thank the community for all the support I have received since opening my business 8 months ago. After working in other garages for 11 years, it's been very gratifying to see all the new and returning clients come into my shop. I 287 Lawrence Street, Quincy, CA 283-0800 '135 Main Street, Chester, CA 258-3115 ~.,,B.E CO B.D Greenville, CA 258-3115 ~ .::~ 100 Grand Ave., Susanvllle, CA 2S7.5321 *Westwood PinePreas L O| OU P.O. Box 790, Westwood, CA 2S8-3115 133 W. Sierra (Hwy 70), Portola, CA * 8324646 OFFER ENDS SOON, CALL TODAYI YOUR LOCAL DleHNE'I3NORK CONNEOlrlON SERVING OUR COMMUNITY INNCE 18~ 1-800-434-7428 530-257-5767 NETWORK, Your alBh network consultant~ AUTHORIZED RETAILER Visit us online at: ehmmtl t~tlt4t to ~7% e~ U S ~.wJ,~J. le ~od eet ~ ~j at* t.lgW~, ~ m ~ ~ ~ ~~ i I