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Bulletin, Record, Progressive, Reporter Wednesday, Sept. 5, 2012 lC AND INSIDE SE ION C: FEATURING THE ACTION AROUND PLUMAS COUNTY. 1 SPORTS SCORES AND SCHEDULES FOOTBALL FRC Football 9/1 at Butte 7p 9/8 Sierra 5p Chester Football 8/31 Quincy W 50-14 9/7 Fall River 5:30p Greenville Football 8/31 atTulelake L32-20 9/7 Hayfork 6p Portola FoQtball 8/24 at Burney W36-13 8/31 at Pershing Co. W Quincy Football 8/31 at Chester L 50-14 9/7 Lovelock 7p Chester's David Estacio (33) rushes last Friday's game in Chester. Photo past Quincy's defense to run the ball in for a touchdown by James Wilson James Wilson couldn't seem to make it Sports Reporter past Chester's defense; leav- sports@plumasnews.coming the score at the half 38-0. The second half balanced The'Chester Volcanoes out a bit with Quincy scor- walked away with a stun-ing two touchdowns and ning victory over the Quin- completing one two point cy Trojans last Friday conversion. Chester scored night, Oct. 31, at Chester two touchdowns as well, High School. making the final score 50-14. This was both teams' Chester's David Estacio season openers. Chester was on fire Friday night, ended last year with an running the ball in four of amazing 8-1 season and are Chester's touchdowns. hoping to make it a perfect Rocklin Loranger is also of season this year. Quincy al- note; he scored two touch- so had a winning season last downs for the Volc inoes. year, having scored seven Chester next will host wins and only losing three Fall River on Friday, Sept. times. 7. The junior varsity game Chester dominated the starts at 5:30 p.m. and the first half, scoring five touch- varsity game at 7:30 p.m. downs and making four two- Quincy will host Love- point conversions. At the be- lock at FRC's field on Sept. 7 ginning of the second quar- as well. The junior varsity ter, Chester ran a punt back game starts at 5 p.m. and for a touchdown. Quincy varsity willplay at 7 p.m. at VOLLEYBALL FRC Volleyball 8/31 at Gavilan 1 la 8/31 at Gavilan lp 9/1 at San Fran lp 9/1 at San Fran 3p 9/4 SWOCC 6p 9/5 at Amer River TBA 9/7 at Delta lp 9/8 at Delta 8a Chester Volleyball 8/30 Biggs TBD 9/5 at Herlong 5:30p 9/7 at Fall River tourn TBD 9/8 at Fall River tourn TBD Greenville Volleyball 8/30 at Quincy L 3-0 9/6 Portola 5:30p 9/11 Quincy 5:30p Portola Volleyball 8/24 at Yerington Tourn L 2-0 9/6 at Greenville 5:30 9/8 at Susanville Tourn TBD 9/11 at Incline TBD Quincy Volleyball 8/28 at Susanville L 0-3 8/30 Greenville W 3-0 9/4 Westwood 5:30p 9/6 at Hamilton TBD 9/8 at Hamilton TBD 9/11 at Greenville 5:30p MEN'S SOCCER FRC Men's Soccer 8/27 atWHills W2-1 8/31 atOhlone lp 9/1 at Modesto lp 9/7 at Chabot 4p 9/8 at Las Positas 12:30p 9/11 at Napa Valley 4:30p Quincy Men's Soccer 8/24 Whittel L 6-0 8/24 Butte L 3-1 8/25 Squaw W 3-1 8/25 Shasta L 1-0 9/4 TBD TBD 9/7 Squaw Valley 2:30p 9/11 at Redding ChrTBD WOMEN'S SOCCER FRC Women's Soccer 8/28 Sierra D 2-2 8/31 at Ohlone 3:30p 9/1 at Modesto 1 la 9/4 Mendocino 4p 9/7 at Chabot 2p 9/11 at Napa 2:30p Chester Women's Soccer 8/24 Susanville L 2-3 8/24 Portola W 1-0 8/25 at Quincy W7-0 8/31 Susanville 7:30p 9/6 at Truckee 2p Portola Women's Soccer 8/24 at Quincy W 6-0 8/24 Chester L 1-0 9/5 Quincy 4p Quincy Women's Soccer 8/24 Portola L 6-0 8/25 Chester L 7-0 9/5 at Portola 7p Coaches: To report scores, email sports@plumasnews.corn. James Wilson Sports Reporter sports@plumasnews.com The Portola Tigers trav- eled to Pershing County last Friday, Aug. 31, to play their second game of the season. Portola came home with another win, as they defeat- ed Pershing County 21-14. The first half was mainly a defensive game, with no one scoring in the first quarter and most of the sec- ond. Right before halftime, Ricky Lowdermilk passed to Klint Williams who ran the ball 60 yards for the first touchdown of the game. The second half started out with excitement, as Per- shing County ran the punt back for a touchdown. This put Portola behind 7-8. Por- tola gained momentum, however, and after pushing the ball down the field, Low- dermilk ran the ball in from the one-yard line. In the fourth quarter Mike Martinez made his way into the end zone after a 65-yard run. Pershing County scored one more touchdown toward the end of the game, making the fi- nal score 21-14. Portola has a bye this week. Their next game will be Sept. 14 at home against Upper Lake. Quincy's Angel Garrish and Greenville's Alicia Missman (above, and Greenville match Aug. 30. Photos by James Wilson Portola's Zac Martinez attempts to break free from a tackle Pershing County. Photo submitted by Tiffany Williams in last Friday's game against il James Wilson The teams traded points Sports Reporter for most of the first game and sports@plumasnews.com seemed evenly matched. The point-for-point battle ceased Greenville's volleyballonce the score hit 19-19: team played its first set of Quincy hit a hot streak and games Thursday, Aug: 30, refused to give up the ball. against host Quincy. Quincy beat Greenville in Quincy played its firstgame one with a score of 25- match this season against 19. Susanville two days before. Game two resulted in a Susanville defeated Quincy, Quincy victory, 25-19. In the 3-0. second game, Quincy stayed Last year, Quincy and ahead continuously rather Greenville squared-off three than trade points. times with Quincy walking Game three resulted in a away with two of the victo- devastating loss for ries. Greenville, as Quincy defeat- Before the match, QHS ed them 25-7. held a back-to-school night Greenville will next play orientation and a well-at- Portola at home Thursday, tended spaghetti dinner. Par- Sept. 6, at 5:30 p.m. ticipants from the event wan- Quincy will travel to dered into the gym after- Hamilton Sept. 6 to play an ward, for packed attendance undetermined team at the at the match. Hamilton City Tournament. left) go head-to-head at the net. Quincy's Kristin Wright (above, right) serves up the ball at the QHS