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Bulletin, Record, Progressive, Reporter Wednesday, Sept. 3, 2014 5C ( Quincy's Helen Lewis gets ready to spike during the Trojans' game at Chester last Thursday night. Quincy took down the Volcanoes in a three-game sweep. Photos by Tony Cordero James Wilson Sports Editor sports@plumasnews.com Quincy and Chester's volleyball teams started their seasons last Thursday with a match in the Volcanoes' territory. The Trojans came a bit more prepared,to take down Chester in three games. Quincy dominated all three games to win 25-13, 25-17 and 25-15. Chester had less than One week of practice prior to the match. Quincy's girls played in a spring league earlier in the year, and attended the summer volleyball camp hosted at Feather River College. "We played fairly well for our first time out this year," said Quincy coach Chad Hyink. "It was good to get on the court against another team, as we've been a little flat and lacking intensity in practice thisweek. I think once school gets started and we have a couple of games a week, we should be able to get into a good routine." Hyink praised several girls on the team for their performances against Chester. Jasmin Sherman and Lynda Nolan, both seniors, moved the ball around well and made smart sets to get the offense going. Hyink went on to praise Samantha Keely, Quincy's libero, for her defensive coverage Hyink said he saw Angel Garrish and Helen Lewis progress as the match went on, controlling the net. Sara Nolan, Kaylin Henderson and Haley Cline all had solid games, hiring from the outside position. There were a couple errors on Quincy's side, but the team recovered quickly and got back to some solid attacking. Chester's coach, Candice Roseberry, praised Rebecca Branch, Ashley Clark and Reanna TrujiUo for their performances. Roseberry called Branch an aU-around great player. "We're progressing fast," said Roseberry. "A 10t of teams are going to consider us an underdog based on previous years' records, and we'll use that to our advantage." Chester will host again, tomorrow at 5:30 p.m. against Biggs. On Friday, Quincy will travel to Fall River for its first tournament of the season. The rest of Plumas County's teams are set to start their seasons this week. FRC will travel to American River tomorrow, Portola took on Virginia City yesterday and Greenville will compete in the Lassen tournament this weekend. Greenville will also host Quincy on Sept. 9 at 7 p:m. Details will be reported in next week's Sports and Recreation section, Chester's Rebecca Branch sets teammates. Though Chester lost season looks rather promising. the play up for one of her the match, its outlook for the SHEET METAL & WELDING U wo WOrn , Custom Metal Fabrication , CNC Plasma , Hand P, i]iop & Gates , Lathe and Mill , Material Sales One stop for all your metal working needsl ]PL~XNG Jesse Lazzarino (530) 283-1905 Road. 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