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Bulletin, Record, Progressive, Reporter Wednesday, Sept. 9, 2015 9C Greg Knight Sports Editor sports@ptu masnews.com Despite Greenville's varsity volleyball squad taking a 3-1 loss to Quincy's in the second game of the 2015 season, the Lady Indians put up one heck of a fight last Thursday, Sept. 3, Quincy's Helen Lewis serves against Greenville last Thursday evening. Aside from serving up an ace against the Lady Indians, Lewis was outstanding at the net with four kills for the win. Photos by Greg Knight on the Trojans' home court, scoring drive came from While it was a seemingly senior Kaitlyn Dingel as she easy first set for Quincy, nabbed 11 aces from the line. going up 25-13 for the win, Dingel also logged a trio of the pep talk by Greenville kills from the net. head coach Dan Brown The leaders for the before the s cond set must Trojans in kills were Kaylin have had some nugget of Henderson and Taylor wisdom; over the next 17 Friden with five each. Helen minutes his players pushed Lewis finished with four and nudged Quincy just kills and an ace, while enough to win the game, Morgan Fowler and Dingel 26-24. each added three. Skylar Quincy didn't lie down in Gott recorded two. the second game, however, Ashlyn Wingfield was the as they battled back from as defensive leader at the net far down as 10-2 in favor of with nine block assists. Gott the Indians, before reaching had apair of solo blocks. a 24-24 tie that was Greenville's Haley ultimately broken by Manning was the overall Greenville junior Valerie leader in the game with Peters on a smashing kill three aces on 20 serves, five shot to go ahead, kills on 20 attacks and 21 ball The final score, in four handling assists. games, was 25-13, 24-26, 25-18, Autumn Brown and 25-16 in favor of the Lady Hannah Lambach led with Trojans. assists for the Indians with A huge part of Quincy's 20 each. Quincy's Kaylin Henderson goes for the kill against Greenville. r r ball mar Labor Day Weekend has ........ come and gone, but unfortunately the ball marks left linger on. This week we are going to revisit golf etiquette and discuss an area ,, of the golf course that gets disrespected by far. too many PRO'S CORNER golfers. RONN E THEOBALD For the purpose of this article I will need to engage absolutely perfect putting your imagination, green. This particular I want you to picture an putting green has a smooth surface and absolutely' fixing ball marks. So howmake more putts in the perfect speed, can we fix this issue? future. The course alwaysRonnie Theobald is the PGA Now, I want youto picture There is a very simple rewards people who treat it Head Golf Professional at that same putting green but answer to this problem: FIX well, so do yourself and the Bailey Creek Golf Course with craters similar to what YOUR BALL MARKS. course a favor and fix some Lake Almanor California. you would find On the moon. Better yet, fix your rnarks ball marks next time your on To inquire about private lessons Unfortunately you can and two or three other the green, or to ask him a question you probably picture the crater marks near yours. This isThe golf season in the can contact him via email at surfaced green a lot easier basic golf etiquette, but from North State in quickly ronnie@baileycreek.com or than the perfect green, now on I want you to think coming to its end, so next visit www.baileycreek.com and Why is that you ask? It is of it as a rule. week we are going to discuss click on the link for instruction. because golfers have become If you follow this rule I can some helpful tips for playing very lazy when it comes to almost guarantee you willin the colder temperatures. SPORTS DESK, from page 8C performance for Anderson in his ninth career start as he The second smartest thingallowed only two runs on two he did was to pull Cody after hits, all while striking out 4.1 innings and 76 pitches, four and walking two. I know, I know; if Tito had It was a heck of a let him just pitch another two outs Cody would have gotten his third win. But he didn't and he benched him with good reason since, fresh off the DL, he was an Need some cash? You might be holding onto someone else's treasure! What a great time to clean up your yard and make some cash! CALL AND PLACE YOUR CLASSIFIED AD TODAY. iii .... iii unknown quantity and why,for Cody mentally. His 4.1 Tuesday. after all, would the Indians innings, while not perfect, Returning to his fine form, want him to use up all his were exceptional for a return Anderson held the hottest bullets in one setting, after such a long absence, offense in the league to just Despite not taking the win Cody was even better in two runs on three hits over on paper, I'll bet it was a win the 5-3 loss to Toronto last the course of six innings. ETTERS to the EDITOR Share your opinions, concerns or ideas. Your letters can be mailed, faxed, or e-mailed. All letters must contain the writers name, address, and phone number. To be considered, letters should not exceed 300 words. Only one letter per week, per person will be considered, and only one letter per person regarding the same subject matter. We do not publish third-party or open letters. The deadline fo all letters is Thursdays at 4pm. dmcdonald@plumasnews.com PO Box B ,, Quincy, CA 95971 (530)283-3952