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BulletirY, Record, Progressive, Reporter Wednesday, Oct. 1, 2014 lC t AND INSIDE SECTION'C: FEATURING THE ACTION AROUND PLUMAS COUNTY Quincy High School quarterback MattBeeson weighs his options during the game against Biggs last Friday night. The Trojans were pretty evenly matched, but a lack of possession in the second half led to their 26-20 loss to the visiting team. Photo by James Wilson II in I III1~I James Wilson Sports Editor sports@plu masnews.com In a tight back-and-forth game between the Quincy and Biggs varsity football teams Sept. 26, the clock ended up being the ultimate decider in the game's outcome, which favored Biggs. Both teams swapped the lead throughout the game, with Biggs eventually taking the win with a 26-20 outcome. The loss dropped Quincy's record to 1-3 overall and 0-1 in league play. A sign of bad luck hit Quincy on its first offensive play of the game. Quincy snapped the ball, which flew right past quarterback Matt Beeson's fingers and was recovered by Biggs on Quincy's 22-yard line. Three plays later, Biggs was in the end zone. Quincy let a long drive get stopped at Biggs' 24-yard line before the Trojans recovered in the second quarter. Craig Martynn put Quincy's first points on the board with a Chester's Ashley Clarke, left, attempts to block a hit by Greenville's Marissa Willits, right, at Quincy's inaugural volleyball tournament last Saturday. All of Plumas County's teams attended, and each team got to play six matches apiece. Photo by James Wilson James Wilson Sports Editor sports@plu masnews.corn Saturday. undefeated. Of the Plumaswhen we needed to, We could The four Plumas teams County teams, Quincy won have played a little better competed against each other the most matches, going 5-1. against Durham, though as well as teams from Mercy, The Trojans took down They have proven to be the Durham, Lassen, Burney and Oroville, Burney, Lassen,team to beat in Division V. Oroville. The teams rotated Mercy and Greenville, losing We had some opportunities to play each other, and each only to Durham. to beat them, but when the team played six tournament "I thought we played wellgames were on the line, they matches, at times," said Quincy coach stepped up and made plays Durham ended up doing and tournament organizer Chad Hyink. "We were able ......... to ~ep up and take co~trg~ See Volleyball, page 5c All of Plumas County's high-school volleyball teams brought their A games to the inaugural Quincy Invitational Volleyball Tournament at Feather River College and Quincy the best out of all the teams See Football, page 3C I High Schog_! this,last . _ to compete, go,ing. SPECIAL MATINEE SHOWING DISNEY'S PLANES: FIRE & RESCUE SATURDAY, OCTOBER 4, 2014 @ 4PM QUINCY TOWN HALL.THEATRE Join Smokey and his firefighting friends on the courthouse lawn at 3:15pm after the Fall Fest and prior to the 4pm showing for fun activities and special handouts. Tickets for the movie may be purchased at the theatre box office. Contact Plumas National Forest at 530.283.2050 for more information about this event! Support the Town Hall Theatre! Additional showings of this film Friday, October 3 through Monday, October 5 @ 7pro and regular Sunday Matinee @ 4pro. USDA is an equal opportunity provider and employer.