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Bulletin, Record, Progressive, Reporter Wednesday, Sept. 23, 2015 lC AND ....................................................................................................... i INSIDE SE ION C: FEATURING THE ACTION AROUND PLuMAS COUNTY .................................................................. If you want your sporting event or tournament listed in the newspaper, send an email to sports@plumasnews.com. Deadline for submissions is Friday at 3p.m. All schedules subject to change. Wednesday, Sept. 23 Volleyball Portola vs N. Tahoe 5 p.m. Quincy vs Greenville 5 p.m. ) was good in ; the hits," :said, '!But I have Thursday, Sept. 24 Football Greenville vs L0yalton 7 p.m. Volleyball Greenville vs Princeton 5:30 p.m. BoyslMens Soccer Quincy at Paradise Adv. 4 p.m. FRC at Yuba 6 p.m. Girls/Womens Soccer Portola vs Chester 5 p.m. FRC at Yuba 4 p.m. Friday, Sept. 25 Football Portola at Hamilton 7:30 p.m. Quincy at Biggs 7 p.m. Chester JV vs Lassen 7 p.m. Volleyball FRC vs Cosumnes 5 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 26 Football FRC vs Chabot 5 p.m. Volleyball FRC at American River Classic Chester at Biggs Tournament Girls Soccer Ches/ter at N. Ta!~oe. !2 p,m, Sunday, Sept. 27 Golf FRC tournament, Plumas Pines 9 a.m. Tuesday, Sept. 29 Volleyball Quincy vs Lassen 5:30 p.m. Chester vs Big Vly 5:30 p.m. Greenville at Elk Crk 5:30 p.m. BoyslMens Soccer Portola vs Quincy 4 p.m. FRC at Fresno 4 p.m. Girls/Womens Soccer FRC at Fresno 2 p.m, Quincy at N. Tahoe 3:30 p.m. FRC's head women's cager coach to lead Div. 1 high school squad Greg Knight Sports Editor sports@plumasnews.com For the last nine years, Haley White has been at the helm of the Lady Golden Eagles squad. As of this week, she has been tapped to take over as the head girls' basketball coach at Clovis East High School near Fresno. The return is momentous for White as her former head coach from Reno High School, Craig Campbell, is director of the girls' basketball squad at cross-town rival, Clovis West See White, page 3C literaUy 0n fire:', Potts added that he was just in a zone during the g e. ........ ............... ........... T on my getting taken, ' ...." Potts said. and :will face sec0nd and gained 257 yards Loyalton Thursday night at home. rushing on 15 carries and 11 yards receiving. Quarterback Ray Bustamante rushed for 94 yards and Sheridan Kusel added another 31 yards rushing. Potts also led the defense in tackles with 10. Brent Washoe followed closely with nine stops of his own and had the sole interception and a fumble recovery for the Indians. Despite two earlier missed two-point conversion attempts, Bustamante was able to seal the deal and blank the Bulldogs as he drove the ball into the end zone with less than three minutes remaining in the game. A third miss for a two-pointer left the score soundly at 18-0 for theIndians' second win of the season. After the victory, Bustamante praised Potts for his skill at Kickoff is set for 7 p.m. Portola52, Weed 20 The Portola Tigers are still undefeated after blasting Weed on the=r0ad, 52-20; last Friday, Sept. I8, Once again, just like two weeks ago against Pershing County, it was the Edgar Cuevas and Juan Rodriguez show as the pair combined for two touchdowns each. Cuevas, who put up 227 yards rushing, scored both on the ground while Rodriguez took a 20-yard pass from Evan Leal and a nearly 60-yard kickoff return back for the score, The remaining three touchdowns came from pass plays to George Oujanian and Dominic Vukobradovich, with Richard See Ports, page 6C HOUGH RANGER HWY 70 QUINCY, CA 95971 Saturday : October 3, 201 11 a.m, -- 3p.J 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: SMOKEY BEAR Colonoscopy Cysts and lumps Powerport placement - General surgery , Endocrine surgery -Abdominal surgery Hernia repairs - Intestinal surgery Breast surgery Colorectal surgery Wound care Fish Art event call Kathy Powers @ Q ! 345; Paul Bunyan Rd , Suite A, Susanville 530.252.2500 - www.BannerHealth.com/ClinicSusanville t