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Bulletin, Record, Progressive, Reporter Wednesday, Sept. 24, 2014 7C Runners at last year's Domestic Abuse Awareness Run/Walk depart from the start line at Feather River College. This year's event, set for Oct. 4, hopes to raise awareness of the amount of domestic abuse that occurs in Plumas County. Photo by James Wilson Domc00stic abuse awareness run set for Cct. 4 James Wilson Sports Editor Plumas Rural Services set its fourth annual run/walk for Oct. 4 to raise awareness of domestic abuse. Runners will take off from Feather River College's soccer field at 10 a.m. Runners and walkers will follow the 5-kilometer course along the bike path to Gansner Park, then continue on the airport road, nearly reaching the water treatment plant. Participants will then turn arounkand end at the start point. PRS requests that participants register early this year. Registration is a $15 donation made to the nonprofit's Purple Purse campaign. Participants can go to PRS to make their donation and automatically register for the run/walk. Registration is free for children 12 and under. Donations to the 'campaign need to be made by Oct. 3. Day-of registration will be available as well, though a percentage of the money raised before Oct. 4 will be matched by the Allstate Foundation, the founders of the Purple Purse campaign. PRS plans this event not , only to raise funds, but also to raise awareness of how much domestic abuse takes place in Plumas County. PRS also hopes the event will remind the community of the free domestic violence services offered to the public. To learn more about the annual run/walk, call Plumas Rural Services at 283-3611. 00|ational soccer association recognizes Plumas player James Wilson Sports Editor sports@plu Quincy boys' soccer coach Colin JOillingham announced last week that one of the team's players received national recognition for games he excelled in during Quincy's annual August Fest Tournament. The National Soccer Coaches Association of America, along with MaxPreps, named Che Rubalcava-Cunan player of the week for California the week of Aug. 18 - 24. The NSCAA used results and statistics Dillingham posted on to determine whom the award goes to. Once Dillingham posted the stats, Rubalcava-Cunan was automatically nominated for the award. "Che was outstanding throughout the August Fest Tournament," commented Dillingham. "His ball Control and distribution through the games earned him player of the week. It was a nice surprise." The NSCAA sent Rubalcava-Cunan a custom patch and certificate to commemorate his accomplishments for the week. An article on him was also published on, the largest high-school sports website in the country. Rubalcava-Cunan has scored four goals so far this season. Three were scored during the week Rubalcava-Cunan was awarded for. Rubalcava-Cunan is one of the many excellent players that have given Quincy its amazing start to the season with a 9-1 record. Che Rubalcava-Cunan controls the ball during the August Fest Tournament in Quincy. For his exemplary play throughout the week, Rubalcava-Cunan was recognized nationally by the National Soccer Coaches Association of America on Photo by James Wilson Depth, experience allow ,:)uinct boys' soccer team to exceed expectations James Wilson Sports Editor To say Quincy's boys soccer team is doing well is an understatement. The team took down Paradise Adventist on Sept. 16 for its only game of the week. The 4-0 win brought Quincy's record up to 9-1 so far this season. Last year, the Trojans ended their season with a 5-13 record. The year before, Quincy faired even more poorly with a 3-1-2record. The amount of eperience anddepth on this year's team seems to be contributing greatly to the season. Against Paradise Adventist, Quincy scored its first three goals in the fiR'st half to give itself a little ' cushion. D.J. Davi scored two goals for the Trojans, Nathan Ross scored one and Miles Rubalcava-Cunan scored off a penalty kick. Davis was named player of the game for his performance as midfielder. Quincy coach Colin Dillingham praised Davis for continuing to move the ball up the sideline and center well, along with his solid receiving, control, dribbling and finished performances. The Trojans will hit the road Thursday to play Redding Christian. On Saturday, Quincy will hold its homecoming game against Portola at 1:30 p.m. In other high-school soccer news from the county, Chester's girls took on Quincy last Saturday, which resulted in another Volcanoes win. Chester 6, Quincy 1 The lady Volcanoes scored one goal after another to take a 4-1 lead by the half. Two more goals in the second haft led to the win that raised Chester's record up to 2-0 in league. Quincy's record dropped to 0-2 in league. Zoie Dalby was Chester's top scorer with three goals. Paige Reed scored two goals and got one assist. Madi VerPlanck scored Chester's other goal. "Zoie did a good job of going to the goal and taking advantage of crosses," said Chester coach Eric O'Kelley, praising Dalby's performance. "She played a smart game." O'Kelley also noted Quincy's improvement this year Compared to last. Quincy's Lydia Morgan scored the Trojans' goal early in the game to initially tie it up 1-1. "The entire team did a great job of working together and continues to improve each game," noted Quincy coach Sarah Goard. Goard went on to highlight the performance of center-midfielder Emily Walmer, calling her a standout in the game. Goard said Walmer is showing great talent and doing an.amazing job working with Morgan in the center position. Chester will play its first match against Portola since league play started this Thursday at 5 p.m. in Chester. Quincy will host North Tahoe on Saturday at 11 a.m. , Sudoku Puzzle #3062-D 1 3 4 5 6 7 = 8 2 6 / 2 1 7 8 5 2 5 1 4 7 3 9 Difficult 6 Sudoku Solution #3061-D 5 1 9 238 476 753 6 41 892 1 2 7 984 365 ,2 3 6 8 4 7 94751.6 1 58923 41 2698 389752 7651 34 694385 5 7 3 2 6 1 i 821479 "What A Waste!" 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