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Bulletin, Record, Progressive, Reporter Wednesday, Sept. 17, 2014 lC AND 'i'. Greenville's Logan Carmichael hightails it for the end zone during the Indians' 36-14 win over Dunsmuir on Sept. 12. Greenville was the only high school football team from Plumas County to come out of the week witha win. Photos by James Wilson ill James Wilson Sports Editor sports@plumasnews.com There's something to be said about home-field advantage. This was clearly evident in Greenville's 36-14 win against Dunsmuir last Friday night. The Indians took down the visiting team for the first timethe two teams faced each other since 2008. For the last five years, Greenville was the team on the road, and for the last five yea s, Dunsmuir was the victor The victory was Greenvine's first win of the season, which bumped its record up to 1-2. The Indians were on top of their game, coming out and scoring three touchdowns in the first half against their road-weathered opponent. Both defenses ruled the field during the third quarter, but Greenville managed to score once more at the beginning :of the fourth before ,Dunsmmr retahated. ' Dunsmuir fired back with :nine minutes left on the :clock to trail the Indians 30-8. ' ,Greenville immediately got back in the game, driving 63 :yards in four plays for a touchdown by Logan Carmichael. Dunsmuir made fits way into the end zone one more time, but it was too late and too little. i "We're definitely getting ion track," commented Greenville coach Justin :Allen after the win. "We played a lot tougher and now have some experience on the field. I thought the defense as a whole did a great job." Allen praised Ray Bustamante as quarterback and Darian Potts as running back. Dominic Potts led the . defense with multiple ' "tackles. , In other football news from the county, all three other Plumas teams lost to their opponents. Chester hosted Fall River while Portola traveled to Pershing County in Nevada and Quincy played at Incline. : : i ,leall River 42, Chester 27 " A first-quarter lag for the Volcanoes ultimately cost them the game against Fail River last Friday night, and dropped their record to 1-2. The visiting team utilized its passing game right off the bat to quickly gain a 14-0 lead Once the second quarter ' started, the scales balanced out. Eddie Perez rushed into the end zone for a three-yard keeper to put thefirst set of points on the board for Chester. According to Chester coach Rich Dreith, See Football, page 5C Feather River College's Tonio Burton busts through College of the Sequoias' defense to gain some yardage for the Golden Eagles during their 45-41 win Sept. 13. Burton made multiple big plays for the Eagles that ended with him in the end zone. Photo by James Wilson James Wilson last Saturday. Feather River Sports Editor College edged College of the ~ports@plumasnews.com Sequoias for a tight 45-41 win that evened the Eagles' The Golden, Eagles did not record to 1-1. disappoint their fans at the The Eagles had no football team's home opener problem getting ahead and takingan early lead. Keeping that lead, however was a struggle. FRC dominated the first half of the game, scoring three touchdowns to take a 20-0 lead before Sequoias started firing back. Eagles quarterback Ja' Quay Garmon utilized wide receiver Terry Madden and running back Tonio Burton See Eagles, page 3C