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Bulletin, Record, Progressive, Reporter Wednesday, Sept. 17, 2014 5C I Chester's Hannah Thompson gets ready to kick the ball up the field with Quincy's Ava Hagwood right on her heels. The two teams faced off Sept. 11 in a game that resulted in a 6,0 win for the Volcanoes. Photo by James Wilson James Wilson Sports Editor sports@plumasnews.com The Chester girls' soccer team proved to be too much for Quincy to handle Sept. 11, as the visiting team continued to score goal after goal and end the match with a 6-0 win. "It was hot outside," said Chester coach Eric O'Kelley. "Both teams played really well in the heat, though." Chester faired a bit better in the heat, however. The Volcanoes split their goals between four players. Esmeralda Lopez and Alyssa Ayers scored two goals each, while Paige Reed and Lanee Hansen Scored one apiece. Quincy coach Sarah Goard praised Maya Howe and Anna HoUister for their performances during the game. "(Howe) stepped up in defense and did a fantastic job shutting down opportunities for Chester's offense," said Goard. "(Hollister), a freshman, is showing real promise in a midfield position. I really look forward to seeing her progress through the season." In other soccer news from the county, Quincy's boys team placed second at the Redding Christian tournament this last weekend, while Portola's boys lost 6-0 to Redding Christian on Sept. 11. The Trojans' improvement over the last few years was evident at the Redding Christian tournament. Quincy took down Weed 5-0 and Mt. Shasta 1-0 Sept. 12. The next day, Quincy shut out Trinity 5-0 before losing 4-0 to Redding Christian in the championship. The three wins and one loss upped Quincy's record to 8-2. Erik Schwartz was named player of the game against Weed. Schwartz was commended by Quincy coach Colin Dillingham for his energy and hard work. Schwartz scored four goals for the Trojans, including two headers off assists by Nathan Ross. Against Mt. Shasta, Brady Rick was given accolades for his performance as goalkeeper. Rick got six saves, four of which he dove for. Dillingham praised Miles Rubalcava-Cunan for playing both forward and halfback positions against Trinity. Rubalcava-Cunan scored one goal and marked one assist. Portola's boys team is still wet behind the ears with only a few weeks of play time in. Redding Christian was able to put two in the net in the first half and four more in the second for the win. The loss dropped Port01a's record to 0-5. Portola's boys will host Quincy tomorrow at 3 p.m. L FOOTBALL, from page lC Chester's problem was it . delayed playing full-force, - trying to feel out Fall River as a team: "The highlight of the game for me came when we as a team settled down and started playing both sides of the ball," said Dreith. "After the first quarter, we never punted. (Fall River) couldn't . match our offense. We started running our offense to the point where they didn't have an answer." Perez scored Chester's second touchdown of the game after Brett Perry carried for 13 yards to put the Volcanoes at the 5-yard line. Chester continued to utilize its rushing game, with Perez scoring agai for the Volcanoes in the third quarter and Perry scoring in the fourth. In total, Chester rushed 312 ya?d's gainst Fall Riveri Jeremiah White led in rushing with 97 yards, followed by Caleb Sylvester with 72 yards. Perez led in touchdowns with three. Also of note: Josh Luna rushed for 60 yards and Perry for 51. The Volcanoes will host Burney this Friday at 7:30 p.m. Pershing County 36, its home opener this Friday Portola 15 at 7:30 p.m. The Tigers knew they had a big roadblock in front of Incline 35, Quincy 12 them at Pershing County,The Trojans got offto a but that didn't stop them bad start last Friday night, from fighting to the end. and that start is what Portola, a Division V team, eventually finished the went up against its Division game for Quincy. The loss III opponent with a fighting dropped Quincy's record mentality and gave Pershing to 0-2. County a battle it will Quincy turned the ball remember, over three times in the first The loss dropped Portola's quarter, which Incline used record to 1-1. The Mustangs to its advantage to score led the entire game, butthree touchdowns. Behind Portola fought back with21-0 with more than half of some major blows in the the first quarter left, Quincy second and third quarter, spent the remainder of the Edgar Cuevas was Portola'splayer of the game, game playing catch-up. "When you're down 21 rushing for 119 yards and the Tigers~ two touchdowns, points against a goodfootball Memo Ruiz contributed 33team, it's tough to catch up," yards off four carries. Juan expressed Quincy coach Rodriguez gave Portola three Tom Goss. "For whatever points with a'successful field, reason, we came out and, goal before the half. weren't ready to play that "We had flashes of being a first quarter." pretty decent football team," Cody MorriSon and Craig : commented Portola coach Martynn scored the two Steve Heskett. "(We had) a touchdowns of the game for few mental breakdowns Quincy. Morrison caught a against a good football team. 5-yard pass from Matt Big improvement on the Beeson in the end zone, offensive line. Being home while Martynn rushed from for the next three games is the 3-yard line. going to help." Quincy hosts San Juan Portola will host Weed for this Friday night at 7 p.m. Chester's Brett Perry shuffles at the Volcanoes' home game against Fall Volcanoes got off to a bad start, allowing Fall River to win 42-27. Photo by River last Friday. 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