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Bulletin, Record, Progressive, Reporter Wednesday, Oct. 1, 2014 3C FOOTBALL, from page lC brought Portola's record to an even 2-2, while Hamilton 22-yard touchdown run. The remains undefeated at 5-0. extra point put the Trojans up Portola's offense was off its 7-6. game, especially in the first Biggs made a couple big half:The Tigers turned the plays that put it in scoring ball over five times, and position, and finished the Hamilton took advantage of: drive offwith a run into the the sloppy offense. end zone from the 1-yard line. "We played a good game, Quincy's Aaron Race but the turnovers killed us," caught a beautiful pass from said Portola coach Steve Beeson with two minutes left Heskett. "This was our best in the half for a 54-yard defensive game all year long, touchdown reception that put though. Our defense played the Trojans ahead again, extremely well." Biggs snuck its way in for one At halftime, Hamilton was more touchdown almost up 14-0. The two teams' immediately after to lead at defensive squads battled it out halftime 18-14. in the third quarter, and by A long keeper from Beeson late in the fourth, Portola took and a big reception from Riley the lead 15-14. Dupont put Quincy at Biggs' Hamilton squeaked out one 10-yard line to start the more touchdown to finish the second half. Race finished game still undefeated• Quincy's drive with a rush Edgar Cuevas led Portola's into the end zone, putting the offense with 227 rushing Trojans up 20-18. yards on 34 carries. Cuevas Toward the end of the third rushed in for one of Portola's quarter, Biggs caught a pass touchdowns, while Memo in the end zone to take the Ruiz scored the other• lead that won it the game. On defense, Cuevas sacked Biggs stopped Quincy's every Hamilton's quarterback twice attempt to come back in the and tallied four solo tackles• fourth quarter, and stuck Tyler Billups led the Tigers in with a running game that ran tackles with six, while Evan the clock out. Leal got five. Juan Rodriguez "I thought we played well marked four solo tackles and on both sides of the ball," three assists. commented Quincy coach The Tigers will host Quincy Tom Goss. "We allowed ' this Friday at 7:30 p.m. (Biggs) to have too much time Princeton 40, Greenville 0 of possession in the second A tough first half ultimately half, which hurt us. We only lost the game for the traveling had the ball a few times in the Indians. Princeton scored an second half." impressive four touchdowns This Friday, Quincy will in the first quarter alone. The travel to Portola for its annual host team continued its rivalry game. The two teams rampage with two more will start at 7:30 p.m. touchdowns in the second In other Plumas County quarter to finish up the points high-school football news, "for the night. Chester was the only local The two teams were at a team to win. The Volcanoes standstill during the second took down Weed, while half, though Princeton was Portola lost to Hamilton and more focused on running the Greenville to Princeton• clock• The big loss for Greenville dropped its record to 1-4 overall and 0-2 in league. Greenville hasn't had a record look so bleak since 2011, when the Indians lost their first seven games• Greenville will travel to Herlong this Saturday to play at 1 p.m. Chester 47, Weed 14 The Volcanoes traveled to Weed and dominated the hosting team last Friday to raise their record to 3-2 overall• "We made some errors penalty-wise, but we truly played all four quarters," said Chester coach Rich Dreith. "We ran the ball well, and we moved the ball well." Chester's rushing game looked good: players completed all but one of their drives in the first half to lead at halftime 27-6. The one time in the first half Chester had to punt, Weed returned the punt all the way for its first touchdown. Chester continued to stop Weed in its tracks and keep moving the ball to lead 47-6 toward the start of the fourth quarter• Weed scored one more toward the end of the game, but it was too little too late. Offensively, Chester rushed and passed for 491 yards in total. Jeremiah White scored three touchdowns for Chester off 114 yards rushing and 70 yards receiving• Eddie Perez rushed 147 yards for three touchdowns• Caleb Sylvester made it 95 yards off just three carries. Silas LaGroue scored one touchdown and rushed for 26 yards. Chester will start its league play this Friday at Biggs, starting at 7:30 p.m. Whitehawk Ranch Ladies Golf Club Tuesday brought out six ladies to play "One-Person Scramble." Guest Janet West came in first and Diane Romig second. Our captain, Patty McNamara, wants all ladies to know that the Whitehawk ladies' golf group is looking for new members. Membership is open to any interested lady. You no longer need to be a property owner or hold a WHR annual golf pass. Anyone interested in joining our group should contact Barbara Competello at bcompetello@yahoo.com. GOLF RESULTS Graeagle Meadows Golf Course Men's Club The winners of the Graeagle Meadows men's senior and super senior club championship pose championships with the saluting Indian statue in the clubhouse. From left: Aubrey Neish, super senior low net; The Graeagle men's gross Norm Miller, super senior low gross; and Jim Reynolds, senior low net champion. Not pictured: senior club championship Mike Herrington, senior low gross. Photo submitted (50 and older) produced the • same champion as the words, the best net one ball Dennis Chegwin/Joel Darlene Donaldson, second; regular club championship: for the foursome counted on Patterson/Tom and Meschelle Righero, Mike Herrington, who shot the first hole, two net balls Fregulia/Ron Halstead (122)• third. 74 - 78 = 152 to claim first counted on the second hole, There were 12 skins In the third flight, Karen place, and three net balls counted awarded, two each to Griffin came in first place; In the senior net division, on the third hole. At theChuck Franck and John . Collette Prentke, second; Jim Reynolds took first fourth hole, the process Ligl thill, and one each to and Jean Rolls, third. place with a score of 142; started over, and continued Jay Hendrick, Tom Meschelle Righero won second was Dan Friedman through the round. Fregulia, Jack Cornish, the putting contest with 31 (143); and third was Dan Because only three Tom Gossett, Jac Castleton, putts while she also birdied Anderson (144). There were players signed up to playKen Hattich, Bob McIlroythe difficult 18th hole with 12 competitors in the senior from the white tees, all 22 and Joel Patterson• a chip-in. Nancy Foote division• players played from the made a chip-in on the fifth In the super senior gross combo tees. Lake Almanor Country hole. division (70 and older), The winning team was Club Women's Golf Club The club's last game of Norm Miller won first in a John Grasso, Jay Hendrick, On Tuesday, Sept. 23, the the season, called Criers, card-off with George Fraser, Bob McIlroy and Tom LACC Women's Golf Club was scheduled for Tuesday, both with scores of 166. Fregulia, with a score of 114. members played the game Sept. 30. In the super senior net Second place was a tie of Just Net and Putts. division, Aubrey Neish among the three teams of In the first flight, Jessie To have your golf results took first place with a Tom Gossett/Marv King came in first place; and club news included in score of 132, second was Pierce/Ron Halstead/Jac Kathy Chuchel, second; this weekly section, email Chuck Franck (135) and Castleton, Ralph and Mary Craig, third, the information to third was George Fraser Wittick/Ken Hattich/Dick In the second flight, Lee sports@plumasnews.com (140)• There were 16 Eck/John Lighthill and Hunter came in first place; by Friday at 3p.m. competitors in the Super Senior Division. Graeagle Meadows Men's Golf Club Wednesday Play Day The regular Graeagle Men's Wednesday Play Day format was 1 - 2 - 3. In other LET US SAVE YOU TIME & MONEY REACH 75+ MiLLiON READERS WiTH ONE ORDER;ORE 8ILL! ~;,,,, Community Classified lx $650 Statewide /'~" 25 words/245+ papers $435 N0rth/$485 South i/]/,l/.. 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