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128 Wednesday, Sept. 19, 2018 Bulletin, Record, Progressive, Reporter wins Mari Erin Roth for GreenvSlle. Clark and Sports Editor sophomore Wrevor Sarr sports@plumasnews.com also scored touchdowns for GHS. The Greenville Indians Harlan Savala, Colton kept their opponents, the Lawson and Clark all Herlong Vikings, off the completed successful scoreboard until the third 2-point conversions. quarter where they Junior Rodney Meyer allowed, but a single TD gained 127 yards in two and that was it for the kickoff returns. Lawson game. made two interceptions. GHS launched to victory The Herlong offense was in the first quarter with given a hard time by the two touchdowns and two GHS defense as junior extra points to lead 14-0. Nick Hampton sacked the They doubled their efforts quarterback twice and and remained in front of Putnam and Hilpert each the Vikings at halftime, had a sack. 28-0. With a single TD and Sophomore Kyle Hitson no extra points for the led the defense with nine Herl0ng team in the third tackles and four assists. quarter and a single TD Putnam, Hilpert, Lawson for the Indians in the and sophomore Garrett fourth quarter, so ended Miille all had a total of the game as a big nine tackles and assists; homecoming win for Clark had eight. Greenville. For all purpose yards, GHS senior quarterback this is amazing to print, Tristin Clark completed Hilpert had a total of 449 10 passes for a whopping yards! Clark an equally 289 yards! Junior Isaiah impressive 396 total yards, Hilpert hit one heck of a and with his great kick stride scoring five, count returns, junior Rodney them FIVE, touchdowns Meyer had 132. Isaiah Hilpert heads for the goal against Hayfork. Hilpert earned a total Photo by Craig Harrington of 449 yards in the Indians homecoming game Sept. 14. Mari Erin Roth The CHS football team came the Highway 70/89 junction The Tigers responded by Sports Editor out on top in front of a full required the Tigers to take aggressively being the first sports@plumasnews.com stadium of Chester High the long way to Lake to score. PHS Keegan Folchi fans by a score of 37-14 on Almanor via Susanville incaught a 33-yard touchdown The Chester Vols clashed the first really chilly night order to meet their foe, but pass from quarterback JT withthe Portola Tigers on of the season, they made the effort and so Massey for the goal. Hunter Sept. 15 in Chester for the A flipped fuel tanker on did some of their loyal Cabral successfully kicked Volcano Homecoming game. Spanish Creek just east of supporters, the extra point. The Tiger defense stopped the Volcanoes from making a mark on their own scoreboard the entire first quarter of the homecoming game. But the Chester boys would not be held down long and scored to tie things up in the second quarter. The Tigers kept up the pressure as Portola Diogo Juarez made a 12-yard TD run for PHS and Cabral came through with the extra point in the second quarter. The Vols tied things up again and then took the lead by the half with a field goal . kicked by Leo Flores and just kept on running. CHS junior Michael Bereznak had` a sPectacular night on the field scoring three CHS touchdowns. Senior Isaiah Estacio and junior Callum Kremer also scored Volcano TDs for the home team. Sophomore quarterback Kameron Stelzriede completed four passes for 65 yards. Receivers were Leo Flores for 27 yards, Hunter Snyder for 22 yards, Kane Vandemark for 10 yards and Nick Brent for six. Bereznak led the Volcanoes in total yards with 125 followed by Kremer with 93 and Stelzriede with 70. Junior Leo Flores handled all the kicking for the Volcanoes including the tie-breaking field goal in the second quarter that pulled the Vols into the lead for the balance of the game. Flores kicked a total of seven of the Volcano sophomore quarterback Kameron Stelzriede takes time to choose his target as CHS wins their homecoming game 37-14 against the Portola Tigers. Photo by winning CHS points. Stacy Fisher Ford's way of saying "Thank you for your service." Highway 36 and Richmond Rd. East, Susanville, CA SUSANVILLE FORD