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Progressive, Record, Reporter Wednesday, Sept. 26, 2001 1C i~ &, f Page hammers a kill down for Portola, as Chester's Josle Goolsby L In the match, as the Tigers defeated the Volcanoes In three games last 2~ and Tricla Gosney attempt Thursday night, Sept. 20. to Mock. Page Photo by Shannon Morrow led with total of eight f mmum Morrow S0oas Edaor The Portola and Chester volleyball teams met Thurs- day, Sept. 20, with the Portola varsity winning in three games (15-3, 15-9 and 15-8). Portola's Jenna Keena was 18-18 from the service line and Melissa Page was 9-9. Other Lady Tigers that were 100 percent serving were Megan West and Brandi Bat- tistoni. For Chester, Ali McNeill (7- 7) and Caitlin Dalby were each perfect from the service line, but other Lady Volca- noes struggled. "Our lack of a consistent serving game really hurt us against Portola," said Chester coach Dennis Broselle. "Just when we would get some momentum, we would side-out because of a service error. Our serving has to improve in order for us to be more competitive." Page and West earned eight and seven kills, respectively, for the Tigers, while Josie GooLuby earned four kills for Chester. On Sept. 18, Chester trav- eled to Westwood and lost in four games. After dropping the In'st game 8-15, the Volca- noes took the second game 15- 7, but then fell 7-15 and 8-15 in the Emal two games. Tessa Parsons (15-15), Deitra Rouland (7-7) and Goolsby were each 100 serv- ing. Rouland earned five as- sluts and one save, and Gools- by registered four kills. get trounced at home by Modoc, 33-6 h =row preseason," said Hernandez. and sprinted 35 yards to the =f~to He added that he scheduled goal line in the fourth quar- the Volcanoes tough non-league games toter. Medoc football help prepare his team for the The Volcanoes had to play last Friday night, league contests, without key starters Josh coach Terry Hernan- Last Friday, Modoc's first Pettigrew and Jared Farinel- is optimistic about his four touchdowns were on la, who were both out with success through the passing plays and then they concussions. scored once more on a run, Matt Maumoynier totaled 66 yards rushing have and caught four good passes on t he said night.. Baxter com- well. They are getting pleted nine passes, ,'re all including three to be every week,, They Matt Rives for 19 from yards and one to on more en us/asm and energy." Matt Settlemire for 10 yards. "The kids Terry Hernandez played really Chester Coach well," said Her- as nandez. "They are Biggs getting better Modoc over the past before going in at hafftime every week. They have more weeks, the Volcanoes ahead 33-0. enthusiasm and energy." ! the hardest part of their Chester's one score came Chester will travel to Bur- behind them. defensively, as Ryon Baxter ney High School this Friday don't believe in a soft pulled down an interception night. After catching pass for Cheste, Matt femlor. Rives totaled three receptkms in Photos by Shannon Morrow Rives prepares to collide with Modoc Sept. Hole Of The Week Number 2 "Deception" se their helmets st the eomplstion of the nstional anthem. Chestor without two players last week due to injuries, but hopes to be back to full for this Friday's matchup against Burney. mild mannered Par 4, 456 yard hole makes you think that the Dragon is somewhere off sleeping. A generous wide ribbon of emerald fairway goes on for as far as the eye can see. But while the Dragon sleeps, the mammoth bunker on the right of the fairway, the size of a dragon's scale, protects this slumbering beast. Advice to all Heroes is to stay just to the left of the dragon's scale. Your next shot discloses the secret of this hole and WIW it was named "Deception". Strategy here is not to wake the Dragon. Choosing the right club that respects the true distance to the green is recommended here. Don't let the Dragon trick you into using too long a club. 1-530-832-4887