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More Football wed. s y, o:t 3,200 3c Progressive, Record, Reporter ;ive, Reco~ .__ trterback Raymond son threw for two and ran in one leading the Indians to a 20-0 Los Molinos last 'night. inson connected with on a 53-yard pass in the first er, and found Jared for a 71-yard score in second quarter. final touchdown in the fourth quarter Robinson scrambled end zone from 30 night, Robinson corn- eight passes for 249 and rushed seven times for 86 yards. Ryan Meacher picked up 21 yards on five carries, and Kmgdon added 17 yards on six runs. Receiving, Kingdon caught four passes for 117 yards and Morris totaled three catches for 97 yards. Devin Wilcox added a 35-yard reception. Meacher led the defense with 16 tackles and Kingdon was in on nine tackles. Sophomore Curtis Yocum re- covered two fumbles for the Indians. Greenville will travel to Loyalton this Saturday to face the Grizzlies in a league contest. "We're capable of playing with them," said Greenville coach Jeremy Grace. "We just have to play good." Greenville quarterback Raymond Robinson gets a play from coach downs against Los Molinos Sept. 28, giving the Indians a 20-0 win. Jeremy Grace. File photo Robinson scored three touch- Mowow )ite having two touch- called back due to :Yh es, Chester was still defeat Burney last night, 32-12. run by Josh Pet- and a 60-yard inter- n return by Brian --,, Were both negated by jar[ o, the Volcanoes had ther touchdowns that '.kles a ad. cordedst er got on the board in tCK. *'S'- 't quarter with a 35- Lme . ttOUChdown reception tam a uarterback Ryon Bax tea r0r|. _ ~ a.~on Francis Yard rushing touch- vy Pettigrew and then Injury r ,... "J d touchdown run by dO V IS~[a ....p nnm~= umoynier gave the [ :1-vTs es a 20-6 lead at half- 1-4 rec" ave fo#e fourth quarter, Petti- Ba#fund the end zone aup, al0 yards out and Baxter ,sitive ted with Francis shake,On an 11-yard touch- )lay played really well on re on ides," said Chester )er, Terry Hernar, dez. ght atfffensive line made ad- - nts during the week hey executed well. ...... Were very D the few m i s- game." aandez added that the :ess tb Performed very well ,wn. I-Iait. totaled 202 yards ".' on 18 carries, aver ttures =ver 62-65 ~ 11 yards per run . two touchdowns er added 63 yards ing rrms and one touch- rge fi# cO r completed seven of ses for 100 Yards and pkreetty Uehdwns. Francis ;'$nree receptions to ake ta :Ta - tal- :y ras, and Settle cam , . mire r on Passes for 38 :, the olcanoes (2-3) will )f the rl'oad be again this Friday to try, When they Play Fall e lari Iigh School. )ound cs and:,., Bait r ,a t ter's JV team ot 1 o- g "ts ductifLm- r the season, beat- theL eY :cau_~tl 6-0 at halftime, and Scored all three of its )urloJ~ stha 2OWns In the second DeLong rushed for a touchdown in the Uarter and scored ~ra 9 Yards out in the . terback Anthony -: threw an 11-yard town pass to Daniel the third quarter. :Y's junior pee wee to 4-0 last th a 14-6 victory North Tahoe. defensive battle, In gave the Trojans straight home QUINCY SUSANVILLE RUSTY DIAMOND WARREN'S SAW SHOP 507 BELL LANE 100 NORTH FAIRFIELD (530) 283-2226 (530) 257-6232 defeated Feather urtola two weeks ago, day, Oct. 6, Quincy d.Lassen's junior pee I File photo Ryon Baxter, the quarterback for the Chester Volca- noes, scrambles out of the backfield. Baxter threw two touchdown passes in Chester's win over Burney Friday. 350-20' Chainsaw 3.0 cu.in., 50cc Engine Made for Serious Wood Cuttingl Get a Carry Case & Chain for $29. with 350-20" Purclumel the Following Carry Case & Chain Kit * With the Purchase of Saw Models: 345, 350, 51, 55, or 355 The Department of Fish All postcard entries for a and Game announced that junior pheasant hunt must applications are now being be received by the posted taken for the 2001 Gamebirddeadline date and all applica- Heritage Junior Pheasant tions will have an equal Hunts and the 2001 Gamebirdchance of being selected. Wild Bird, Women's Pheas- Any late applications will ant Hunts, with the deadline be considered on a first- for applying for those in the come, first-served basis, only Sierra Valley being Monday,if there are still spaces avail- Oct. 10. able. Sierra Valley's hunt, to beEach hunt area is drawn held at Headwaters Honker separately and only one post- Preserve in Plumas County, card per hunt area may be will take place Saturday, Oct. submitted. 27, and Sunday, Oct. 28. ' Submitting more than one The women's hunt will be application for a hunt will re- held Saturday, Oct. 27, at sult in a disqualification of Green Gulch Ranch. the applicant. The pheasant hunts are For most hunts, up to four sponsored by the departmentjunior hunters may apply as with assistance from local a party and applicants who community groups and wish to hunt together should sportsman organizations andapply on one postcard. there is no fee for applying or The postcards should con- participating, tain the applicants' names, The junior hunts are open addresses, phone numbers, to anyone holding a currentdesired'hunt date and time, California junior hunting li- and license numbers on a cense, with hunters selected 4x6-inch postcard. by random computer draw- Applicants will only be ing. considered for hunt dates The women's hunt is open and times they select. to any woman holding a cur-If no second, third, or rent California hunting li-fourth choices are made, the cense, applicant will only be consid- ered for one hunt. Successful applicants will be mailed a permit, map and specific information about the hunt 10-14 days prior to the hunt. The junior pheasant hunts in Plumas County will be held at Headwaters Honker Preserve the weekend of Oct. 27-28. The application dead- line is Oct. 10. Send a 4x6-inch postcard, with the information listed above, to: 1701 Nimbus Road, Suite A, Rancho Cordova CA 95670. A maximum of 60 hunters will be allowed to partici- pate. For additional informa- tion, call (916) 358-2877. Check for the Show your with our high quality business products at Feather Publishing C Cobey Brown, Print Shop Manager or any of our other convenient locations W. lt~da Strut, Q~d~.~,, Ca 2~4~4 ~ M~a Slreet, SmuvU~ Ca 257-$321 gCOR~ P.O. ~ 4~ Gr~mviUe, Ca 284-71~@ 13S Maim SO~t, ClamOr 7.58-3 i I ~; ~l~ Westwood PinePress 116Celtumerd~L, Pectei~C=.132.~ p.o. Ba'P~l, We=twNd, Ca.2~g*-2277