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Jay, Oct.3, .. _ , Oct. 2, 20ran, ogressive, Record, Reporter Wednesday, Oct, 3, 2001 1C l captain Amber [right) passes the temmvd lm front of the kreenviiln's Kerstin r (below) stretches the ball around Lindsay Davis. :Vllle goal keeper McCutcheon PUrsues a shot by (pictured in back. Immediately left lie), bet can't get Unto, and Donoff 26 Photos by Morrow By Shaemon Mon.ow Spo s [d 0r In the girls' Feather River Soccer League, Quincy's var- sity (A) team continues to dominate, while Greenville, Chester, Portola and Quincy (B) are all closely matched. The following are scores and highlights of recent games: Chester 1, Greenville 1 Greenville took 17 shots on goal and Chester took 16 shots, in an evenly played game on Chester's field. Chester scored in the first half of the game when Kara Rice bounced her shot off the top bar into the goal, on an assist by Alisha Sylvester. Greenville's Bejay Peters tied the game with five min- utes remaining in the second half. GNMmvIIin 4, Poftola 3 In another back and forth game, Greenville broke a 3-3 tie when Arron Weaver scored on a penalty kick for the win. Other Greenville players that scored were Chelsea Phillips, Erin Roby and Ker- sten Porter. For Portola, Kelsey Henson scored two goals and Jessica Banka put one goal in. Porto S, Qukmcy (S) 1 Quincy tied the game 1-1 in the second half after Portola scored the only goal of the first half, but then Portola scored two additional goals for the win. "It was a good game for us," said Portola coach Laura Harper. "Our defense played extremely well--mainly our goal keeper Melony Taylor." Bryce Caswell shot in two goals for the Lady Tigers and Kelsey Henson scored one. Quincy (B) 1, Gmeavillle 0 Quincy's Lindsay Stokes "$e0red the game's only goal on a deflected shot in the sec- ond half, giving the Trojans a victory. "It was one heck of an ex- citing game--it never re- laxed," said Quincy coach Jerry Blinn. "Greenville was pumped. They did an excel- lent job--they were really up for the game." Greenville coach Dave Hol- tister also complimented the other team, saying that the Quincy defense played a very good game. Oheetor 3, Portola 0 The Volcanoes scored two of their goals in the fu:st half and one in the second half, defeating Portola Sept. 29. "We dominated the first half and Portola came back strong in the second half," said Chester coach Becky Compton. For Chester's first goal, Amy Palmqulst took a shot at the far goal post, but didn't find the net, then freshman Boshion Crandall came up and tapped it in. Chesarae Christean scored Chester's second goal off a direct kick. In the second half, Kara Rice scored the Volcanoes' fi- nal goal. Chester's Katie Francis, while playing goalie, had some very nice saves toward the end of the game, added Compton. Quincy (A) 6, Portola 1 Portola scored the first goal of the game when Kelsey Henson put the ball in the net for the Lady Tigers. "We had a good game--par- ticularly our halfbacks," said Portola coach Laura Harper. Freshman halfback De- siree Cousineau earned "Player of the Game" for Por- tola, and Melony Taylor had an outstanding game as Por- tola's goal keeper, added Harper. Emily Patton scored Quin- cy's first three goals, all in the first half. Patton's first goal was on a cross from Beth Alvarez and Patton's second score was on a rebound off a shot by Lacey Schmid. In the second half, Jennine Carter scored on an assist by Michelle Hochrein, and Danielle Backman shot a penalty kick. Quincy's final goal was scored when Patton kicked a through pass to Backman, who made a touch shot off center to the right post. Qut ,-,,0 (A) O, 0 Lacey Schmid scored four goals for Quincy, mostly off of skillful dribbling in front of the goal. Emily Patton put in three goals, and Lindsay Davis and Amber Dolloff each had one goal. Schmid, Patton, Dolloff and Beth Alvarez'each earned one assist. Quincy (k) 10, qh's~mvillo 1 Emily Patton and Lacey Schmid each scored three goals for Quincy in the first half, while Amber Dolloff and Ginny Eck added two goals apiece in the second half. _Patton earned Ihrea-as- slsts, Schmid and Alia Mrow- czynskl each made two as- sists, and Dolloff and Arah Svetz added one assist each for the Trojans. Greenville's one goal was scored when Arron Weaver made a chip shot over the goalie in the first half. mskm Jv z, QUi ,y (B) :L Playing without Corbie Smith and Eva English, the Trojans fell to Bishop Manogue Sept. 25. "They're fast and aggres- sive," saint Blinn, referring to Smith and English. "The team knows they can rely on them." Heather Hochrein scored Quincy's one goal in the sec- ond half. Quinsy (A) |, Bishop Ihm)po : Dow. 2