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Bulletin, Record, Progressive, Reporter Wednesday, Sept. 9, 2015 lC AND I--INSIDESECTION C: FEATURING THE ACTIONARoUND PLUMAs CouNTY " nvill mln er in II season ner Greg Knight Peters added that Sports Editor preparation for the season came courtesy of a little help by the Lady Indians junior If the Greenville Lady varsity team. Indians volleyball squad "Before tonightwe had keeps playing the way it did been scrimmaging the JV against Chester last week -- team and I think that helped taking a 3-0 win at home -- it both teams as we got ready may be the best season ever for tonight," she said, for head coach Dan Brown Peters also recorded I2 and his team. serves with three aces, nine Greenville won those three attacks and nine kills. games 25-22, 25-18 and 25-21. On offense, senior Autumn The Lady Volcanoes kept it Brown led the Indians with very close throughout theeight aces on 20 attempts, all first game, even tying it up at while logging 30 16 in the first game. A few ball-handling attempts on timeout discussions between the floor. Haley Manning Brown and his team calmedpenciled in five aces on nine them, however, and the tries and Hannah Lambach Indians were able to take the scored four aces. Alex Garcia set. added two aces in the game. One of the key playmakersDefensively, Manning put for Greenville was Valerie up four solo blocks and an Peters; the junior assist. Lambach was in on multi-sports athlete was six assists as well -- and they usually touching the ballalso snagged seven first on defense as she receptions apiece. recorded 12 receptions, all Garcia led her team in digs while pu ting up nine block with four. assists at the net. Despite the loss, Chester's After the game, Peters said Ronnie Rhodeswas the the team played fundamental player of the game for the volleyball to get the win, Lady Vols as she strung though nervous energy wastogether four aces on 16 definitely present in theserves, added three digs and Indians' season opener, had five receptionS. "I think we stuck with our While Rhodes was the game plan and didn't give up all-around Lady Vol on the on getting the ball back," floor, the seniors ruled the Peters said: !'We really night; Kaytlan Hedrick led worked together well. It was with four kills, while Emily our first game and we really Hardig led in serves and aces weren't sure how we were with 15 and four, going to do." Greenville's Valerie Peters (No. 2) makes See Volleyball, page 2C Photo by Greg Knight the gentle return over the net against Chester in the Indians home opener last week. Now accepting Anthem Blue Cross Blue Shield. Meet Dr. Park and Dr. Woolsey. Our physicians are Board Certified general surgeons and provide a wide range of services, including: Colonoscopy Cysts and lumps Powerport placement General surgery Endocrine surgery Abdominal surgery Hernia repairs Intestinal surgery Breast surgery Colorectal surgery Wound care 1345 Paul Bunyan Rd., Suite A, Susanviile 530.252.2500 Earn to start own " great money and.make a difference in a child's life by becoming a = Work at home = Take business tax deductions(such asa portion of rent or mortgage payments, utilities, supplies) Choose the ages of children you will care for (infants, toddlers, preschoolers or school-age) = Set your own hours: full-time, part-time, after school, evenings, nights, weekends = Set your own rates Get cash reimbursements for serving nutritious meals and snacks Provide a nurturing learning environment = Make a positive impact in the life of a child = Do work that is valuable and needed in all areas of the county Low start-up costs. For more information on becoming a licensed family child care providerplease call us at " .... 530-283-4453 ext. *824 Plumas Rural Services Serving p~ple, Strengthening families; Building ccanmuu~ties Funded by the California Department Of Education (CDE), Early Education and Support Division (EESD))