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6C Wednesday, Sept. 23, 2015 Bulletin, Record, Progressive, Reporter j:! Trojans Greg Knight Sports Editor The Quincy boys' soccer squad put up one heck of a fight against Redding Christian last Thursday, Sept. 17, as the Trojans held the Lions scoreless with tireless defense and the work of keeper Noah Hardee in the first half. But the second 40 minutes would prove damaging as Redding went on to win 5-1 on a trio of goals and two successful penalty tries. The first half of the game was a great match, but still Redding Christian took far more shots against the Quincy goal than did Quincy threaten the Redding side. Hardee, a freshman, "really stepped up and made a tremendous number of saves throughout the game, earning 'Player of the Game' award," head coach Colin Dillingham said. Hardee finished with 11 saves• II In the begihning of the:' second half, at the 51st minute, Redding Christian took a shot on goal that was blocked by defender Justin Sage's hand, earning him a red card,: which ejected him from the game and forced Quincy to play with only 10 players for the remaining 29 minutes. Redding Christian earned a penalty kick and scored against Quincy. When Quincy was down two goals to none, Nathan Rosshad a long run on a goal-scoring opportunity. The Redding keeper slid out with cleats up and hit Nathan in the leg, a very dangerous foul. For this foul the referee awarded a penalty kick against Redding, which Ross proceeded to kick for Quincy's solitary point on the scoreboard. The loss drops Quincy to 5-10 so far on the season. The Trojan's will host Squaw Valley Academy tomorrow at 4p.m. From left: Quincy's Ethan Hicks (No. 16), keeper Noah Hardee (No. 12) and Corbyn Koskinen work together to prevent a Redding Christian goal, Sept. 17. Photo by Greg Knight rname Greg Knight Sports Editor win With a 2-0 win against Princeton in the opening match of the Beth Pilger Invitational tournament, Thursday, Sept• 17, the Chester Lady Trojans volleyball squad improved its Chester junior Cassidy overall record to 4-8 on the Sylvester is a standout player season, and was a stat leader for the The victory came thanks to Lady Trojans against Princeton, a standout performance from Sept. 17. Photo submitted the trio of Cassidy Sylvester, Reanna T ujillo and Emily also put up a solo block Hardig; each of the three against Princeton• players led in two statistics The victory was short-lived, during the game. however, as head coach Sylvester, a junior, led with Aaron Hardesty's squad fell six digs and 11 receptions, in straight sets to Los while Hardig, a senior, led Molinos, Williams, Fall River, with four kills on eight Redding Christian and attempts and earned a solo Colusa. block• Trujillo, also a senior Results for yesterday's for the Lady Vols, took top home match against Quincy marks in service aces along will be reported in next with Hardig and Ronnie week's Sports Recreation Rhodes smashing three, all section. while joining in on 10 assists. . 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A field goal by Rodriguez was also successful. Leal finished the night with 118 yards passing and 14 yards rushing• Rodriguez added 106 all-purpose yards on two kickoff returns and 32 yards receiving. On defense, Rodriguez led the team with 10 tackles• The Tigers are now 4-0 and will travel to Hamilton (0-3) on Friday night starting at 7:30 p.m. San Juan 43, Quincy 25 The Quincy Trojans fell to San Juan on the road after a 43-25 drubbing in Citrus Heights last Friday evening. The loss drops Quincy to 0-4. Up next f0r the Trojans is the final of four consecutive road games at Biggs (2-1) this Friday night. Kickoff is set for 7 p.m. Stats for this game were not available by press time. Chester JV Chester 40, Burney 0 Despite what Chester head coach Rich Dreith called a "sloppy first half' against Burney on the road last week, the Volcanoes were able remain unbeaten at 4-0 after smashing the Raiders, 40-0. The win came via three rushing touchdowns from Tony Rogers, as well as the efforts of quarterback Sawyer Durkin, receiver Adam Branch and running back Isaiah Estacio. Durkin had one rushing touchdown and completed a pass to Branch, which he turned up the field for six more points. Estacio concluded the nights scoring with a rushing score. A two-point conversion was missed late in the game. Individual stats were not available by press time. The Vols make their home debut Friday night against the Lassen High School freshman team (4-0). Kickoff is set for 7 p.m. FRC falls to De Anza, 40-7 The Feather River College football squad fell to De Anza College 40-7 last Saturday, Sept. 19, in Cupertino. " The only scoring drive of the game for the Golden Eagles came on a 60-yard pass play from quarterback Jackson Gilmore to Cannon Ulysses in the first quarter, tying the game at 7-7• Despite trailing only 13-7 at the half, FRC never recovered and dropped to 0-3 on the season. The Eagles will host No. 15-ranked Chabot this Saturday• Kickoff is set for 5p.m.