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Bulletin, Record, Progressive, Reporter Wednesday, Sept. 23, 2015 3C win Greenville Greg Knight Sports Editor sports@plu masnews.com The Quincy Lady Trojans defeated Greenville last Thursday, Sept. 17, beating back the Lady Indians 3-0 -- though the second match of the game, a 27-25 barnburner, almost netted a rally for Indians head coach Dan Brown's squad. The Trojans took an early lead in the first game, going up 25-16. It was in that second game, however, that Greenville's power trio of Valerie Peters, Hannah Lambach and Autumn Brown led with verve from the floor and managed to come back from an 18-9 deficit and tie it up at 19-19. From there it was a flip-flop of scores by both sides, with a 25-25 tie forcing extra-point play. At that point, Quincy stepped up and earned two more to go ahead -- including the winning kill from junior Kaitlyn Dingle. The dominant forces all night for Quincy came from the fiery play of Kaylin Henderson, Ashlin Wingfield and Becca Grammer, who each led the squad in one or more stats. First and foremost, Henderson ruled the net with seven kills. Fellow sophomore Morgan Fowler followed Henderson with six kills. Haley Cline (No. 17), along Quincy during the Sept. 17 by Greg Knight Wingfield, who was named player of the game by coach April Gott, recorded 10 assists on 13 attempts and also contributed a kill and two digs. Senior Mariah Keules received five digs to lead for Quincy. On the Greenville side, Peters led in kills with five on 17 attempts, had three service aces (tied with Averie Navarro) and received 10 digs. For her part, Lambach cruised to the front of the class in blocks with five solos and a pair of assisted stops. Brown led in ball handling assists with 10. The win raises Quincy's overall record to 6-4, while Greenville dropped to 5-7 so far on the season. with a little backup from Kaylin Henderson, gets the reception for match against Greenville. The Lady Trojans won in three sets. Photo Stats for the Trojans' away receptions to earn head game in Chester and coach Aaron Hardesty's Greenville's match with Elk nomination for Creek set for Sept. 22 were player-of-the-game on not available by press time. MaxPreps.com. The trio of Reanna Chester Lady Volcanoes Trujillo, Ronnie Rhodes and at Los Molinos Emily Harding each added Beth Pilger Invitational three service aces on 24 total Sept. 17 attempts. Harding also The Lady Volcanoes took earned four kills and a solo away a win at the annual block, while Trujillo added Beth Pilger Invitational 10 assists. Tournament held at Los Despite the win in the first Molinos High School last match, Chester fell in the Thursday, beating Princeton next two to Los Molinos (2-0) 2-0 (25-18, 25-21) in a and Williams (2-0) for a 1-2 best-of-three match, record at the tourney. For the majority of the Chester is 4-7 overall on match, the tourney opener the season. for the Vols, junior Cassidy The next home game for Sylvester was the driving the Vols will be Sept. 29, force for Chester with six when the squad hosts Big digs and 11 service Valley at 7 p.m. Lady Eagles win two i The Feather River College Lady Golden Eagles volleyball team went 2-0 at the tournament hosted by head coach Sarah Ritchie and her squad last Friday, Sept. 19. The Eagles faced off against both Delta College and Gavilan College, winning 25-12, 22-25, 25-13, 25-20 and 24-20, 17-25, 25-18, 24-21, respectively. Above, Haylee Coats (No. 7) and Allison Whitall (No. 2) fight for a block at the net. Right, libero Bailey Zavala serves against Gavilan. Photos by Greg Knight WHITE, from page 1C High School. Both schools play in Division I of the California Interscholastic Federation Central Section. "I'm excited for the challenge of coaching high school at this level," White said. "They are going to let me run the program like a four-year college program, which they want. I think that it's a great match for both parties." The new position for White, which will include duties involving the classroom as well, is tentatively set to start in October. White's husband, former FRC football coach Josh white, is also slated to assist the Timberwolves' football program. Feather River College head women's basketball coach Haley White gives the play to her team during a timeout in the Nov. 20, 2014, game against Gavilan. After nine years at Feather River College, White has accepted a position at Clovis East High School near Fresno. File photo by Greg Knight as the 5th Starting October 1 Until Course Closes Oct, 1 to Oct. 31 402 Po Golf Staff in the U. S. and the ria in 2014 by GolfAdvisor.com 'Road Graeaq di/ e ALMANpR WEST GOLF OURSE \ \ \ \ TO COME PLAY GOLF 18 HOLES W/CART 35,00 9 HOLES W/CART 25,00 THIS IS OURWAYTO GIVE A LITTLE "THANK YOU" TO THE HEROES OF OUR COUNTRY FORATEE TIME (530) 259-4555 Must be 18 to receive fr~ lott~'y tiek~ with \ \ \ \ \ \ \ \ Iti Slim Drive (2~ster, Ca 96020 t st t O0 rmge tokes ,