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Bulletin, Record, Progressive, Reporter Wednesday, Aug 27, 2014 lC SPORTS RECRE00TI.ON August Fest brings stiff competition James Wilson Sports Editor sports@plumasnews,com Quincy's boys and girls soccer teams hosted the annual August Fest tournament at the high school and Feather River College last Friday and Saturday, drawing teams from all over the area. In addition to Quincy, Chester's girls team showed tip to compete, as did Portola's girls and newly formed boys team. The two-day tournament spurred many ups and downs on the field. Boys' tournament Six teams competed in the boys' tournament. Portola, Truckee, Butte Valley, Tulelake and Redding Christian all came to Quincy to play. Ttflelake and Redding Christian were the top two teams, with Redding Christian eventually winning the championship in extra time. Quincy stood its own, placing third overall. Portola, in its first set of games as a team, placed Fifth to beat out Butte Valley. : On Friday, Quincy was unstoppable. The Trojans took down Butte Valley 4-0 then Truckee in a shootout after the teams tied 0-0. Quincy outscored Truckee 3-1 to win the shootout. ; Quincy coach Colin Dillingham named Che Rubalcava-Cunan as the player of the game against Truckee for his control of the center of the field. Portola's Tabi Martinez and Chester's Antonia Marro go head to head at the August Fest Tournament at Feather River College this last weekend. Both girls were named most valuable players for their strong contributions. In the one game the two teams faced each other, Chester won 2-0. Photos by James Wilson Rubalcava-Cunan also scored two of the goals against Butte Valley. Erik Schwartz scored the other two. Portola didn't fare as well on Friday. The Tigers played the two best teams in the tournament on day one, and were shut out both matches. Tulelake beat Portola 5-0 and Redding Christian won 4-0. Quincy started the second day of the tournament in a match against Tulelake. The match was hard-fought, but Tulelake scraped out a 1-0 win. Later in the morning, Quincy and Portola played, and the game stayed pretty even. The ball was on Portola's side for the majority of the game, but the Tiger goalkeeper, Chris Abalos, kept deflecting shot after shot. By the end of the allotted time, the score was tied up 2-2 and the two teams entered a shootout. Quincy prevailed, 3-1. Portola's Fmal game of the day was against Butte Valley. The Tigers proved that though they're a new team, they still had a fighting spirit to win 3-1. Abalos was named Portola's MVP for the tournament. Quincy Finally went up against Truckee for third place. The two teams tied 2-2 and the winner was decided in a shootout. Quincy Finally won with the Fmal shot into the net. Dale Morgan was named Quincy's MVP for the tournament for his excellent defensive play. Girls' tournament Competition was fierce at the FRC soccer field over the weekend, with seven teams participating in the tournament. Chester went the furthest of the Plumas County teams, eventually losing out 3-0 to Whittell in the championship game to place second overall. Up until the championship, Chester went undefeated in the tournament. The Volcanoes took down Susanville 1-0 and Tulelake 3-1 the First day of August Fest. On Saturday, Chester See August Fest, page 3C Portola's Jose Saul Suarez and Quincy's Lucas Donald scramble for the ball as the two teams play last Saturday; After tying 2-2, Quincy ultimately won in a shootout. Quincy's Lydia Morgan moves the ball down the field during the Trojans' game against Whittell last Saturday. Both the high school and college fields were filled with teams rotating onto the field last Friday and Saturday. www.susanvilleu.. Familiar names win big at the speedway AT THE SPEEDWAY Larry F. Douglas Contributor American Valley Speedway The Saturday Night Races on Aug. 23 had the quality of the Fair races but not the quantity of competitors. The IMCA Modifieds had 10 cars competing in the main. The Hobby Stocks had five cars and the Mini Stocks had five. The winners were familiar names to the spectators. Jeff Olschowka was the winner of the first heat race and the IMCA Modified main event. Bill Pearson was second in the second heat race and second in the main. Chris Nieman was third in the second heat race and third in the main. Chase Nieman was third in the first heat and fourth in the main. Matt Murphy was Fifth and Erica Buhr was sixth in the main. Mitch Murphy was seventh. Olschowka and Pearson pulled away from the pack in the main, but the pack provided for the thrills of racing. The races again had a ride-along in Hobby Stock cars to give spectators a thrill. They also had a four-lap fast dash. Jesse Van Kol would edge out Joe Blackwell for first. Steve Gordon was in third. 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