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Bulletin, Record, Progressive, Reporter Wednesday, Oct. 3, 2018 lC Chester Volcanoes blaze -- Page 3C PHS and QHS rematch -- Page ( Quarterback Tristin Clark goes for it headin g down the Loyalton field and into the end zone in Harlan Savala carries the ball toward the 30-yard line as the Indian defense keeps the Loyalton ,~ front of dozens of loyal Greenville fans that came to watch the Indians play Sept. 22. Grizzlies at a safe distance. Photos by Marl Erin Roth ~Greenville's Isaiah Hilpert hangs on to the ball as he tries to skirt a pair of Grizzlies in his path. Mari Erin Roth The Indians will travel McCloud Loggers. The Sports Editor to Mercy High School in following week, on Oct. 19, sports@plumasnews.com Red Bluff to face the the Indians will face off Warriors in an afternoon against the Westwood GHS was hosted in game this week, Saturday, Lumberjacks. Princeton by the Eagles on Oct. 6, starting at I p:m.The final game in Sept. 28 and lost in a high Greenville fans will be regular league play will be scoring game 34-24. treated to three home with the Los Molinos The Greenville boys are games to finish offthe Bulldogs'on Oct. 26. All 4-2 overall and have a season. Those last three three home games on Otto record of 2-1 in the league, will be Friday night Brackett field are They have four games left games. Starting Oct. 12, scheduled to begin at in the season. GHS will meet the 7 p.m. aa p soccer live uln Mari Erin Roth The Tiger team consists of Sports Editor Elizabeth Stanton, Fabiola sports@plumasnews.com Gabriel, Alma Whitfield, Jasmin Garcia, Martin Portola High School coed Lagunas, Evan Bougoine, and the Quincy girls and Jackson Crews, Walter boys teams are the three Whitfield, Austin Griffin, squads taking the field this Pedro Mejia, Jorge Munguia, season keeping high schoolFernando Avalos, Dominic soccer alive and well in Bautista, Jose Aguayo and Plumas County. There is noHugo Rocha. better attraction than to So far this season the watch the teams play the Tigers have bested the rigorous game, especially Grizzlies from Loyalton and when they challenge each have scored goals on their other. Adding to the opponent Lynx from CORE excitement are the parents, Butte and also their rivals, siblings, teachers and the Trojans. .'unattached supporters who The Quincy Trojans have attend the games and two teams this year, girls and participate by yelling andboys. The boys team sits 6-0 :cheering during the sparky overall and 4-0 in the league, matches, a great follow-up to last i Adding up all the pieces, year's championship team. !it's really a win-win. Fresh Portola is one of the few Plumas air, breathtaking .teams that have even been scenery surrounding every able to score a goal against local soccer field, and idyllic the Trojans. The Trojan boys' hutumn weather all converge team coach is Greg Prouse. to make Cheering on Team members are youngsters playing outdoors Malachite Nelson, Nic i"" with each other an easy Graham, Cody Drapeau, decision to make. Canaan Newman, Nick The Portola team consists Caiazzo, Peter Biren, of four girls and 11 boys.William Ross, Sean Manlee, !"The toughest guy on my Samuel Lawson, Luis Santos, team is a girl," said PHS head captain Noah Hardee, .coach Tony Avalos laughing Cameron Dingel, Tommy during a battle with QHS Thomas, Kyler Klement, where there were numerous :collisions. "If she goes down, See Soccer, page 6C I know we are in trouble." Tiger captain Pedro Mejia, no. 7, has total control of the ball and plans to keep it away from a no. 7. QHS junior Cameron Dingel keeps his eye on the ball as it comes his way kicked by a Tiger. QHS junior forward William Ross: also Plumas Pines Men's Club Low Net winners at the Mountain Classic are ~harlie Ross, Frank Motzkus and Travis Humphries. Photos submitted from left, Dave Stone, GOLF RESULTS Bailey Creek Women's Golf Club Sept. 19 was a great day to enjoy the game of golf. We decided to just relax and play a game of "Scramble," with three teams competing. The winning team included Donna White, Sharon Green, Pat Drake and Jenni Cesarin. After play we all congregated at the home of Donna White for an end of summer "Beach Party" potluck. We had wonderful food and a game of "Know your cart buddy." Club winners were announced as follows: Kym Coco was awarded "Most Improved Golfer" and "Low Gross Club Champion" and Donna White was recognized as "Low Net Champion." We still have the month of October to enjoy a few more games of golf. Many thanks to Donna White for hosting the party and to her " husband, Ed White for grilling the 'kabobs.' Plumas Pines Women's Golf Club Results Tuesday, Sept. 25, was the Captain's Cup playoff. The format was Low Gross, Low Net and Low Putts. Congratulations to Sharon Russell with a gross score of (92) winning Low Gross Captain's Cup and Janet Grijalva with a net score of (75) winning Low Net Captain's Cup. First Flight Results: Jan Anderson (95), low gross; Judy Rossi (76), first low net; Lana Janovick (77), second low net. Second Flight Results: Mary Peters (111), low gross; Laurie Humphries (78), first low net; Jan Enloe (82), second low net. Low Putts went to Jackie Luckey (31). Six gals had a chip-in today: Carol De Luca, Lana Janovick, Jackie Luckey, Jennifer See Golf, page 6C