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Bulletin, Record, Progressive, Reporter Wednesday, Oct. 3, 2018 3C Mari Erin Roth Kameron Stelzreide. p.m. The Raiders are 0-5 this Sports Editor Bereznak had two previous season and the Vols have a 4-1 sports@plumasnews.com rushing touchdowns in the record. This game and the game, however they were following four, are all The Modoc Braves hosted both called back due to conference games and will the Chester Volcanoes on penalties.' mean much for the Chester Sept. 21 in Modoc. The The Modoc Braves had a Volcanoes. traveling Volcano football chance to tie the game in the The CHS boys will face team took Chester all the way fourth quarter with less than Maxwell, their rival Quincy, to win a thrilling game that two minutes left in the game. Fail River and lastly, Biggs. ended 7-0. Friday Night It was first and goal on the So far the only team that has Lights Football was broadcast Chester 7-yard line, but gotten the best of Chester this live by Sierra Broadcasting Chester's stellar defense held season has been the Et a for the pleasure of the home them on four straight plays to Bulldogs. Etna is also listeners, end the game with the running on a 4-1 record Michael Bereznak raced victory, having lost to the Hoopa toward the touchdown with The Volcanoes had this Valley Warriors in a his feet lifted above the past week off with no game, non-league contest. Etna is 3-0 ground as he scored the only but will take on the Burney in the league. Chester is 2-1 in touchdown of the game on a Raiders on Friday, Oct. 5, in the leagueand will not see the pass play thrown by CHS front of the Chester fans on Bulldogs again until the two sophomore quarterback their home field, starting at 7 teams likely meet in playoffs. Michael Bereznak bursts through the Braves Friday game. Photo by Dawn Bereznak in Modoc to score the only touchdown of the Maddie Boyd gets ready to fire a serve for the Tigers to the Trojan Sydney Gott, no. 5, fires a shot that gets by PHS Maddie Boyd on the front line. Trojans on Sept. 25 in Quincy. Photos by Mari Erin Roth Mari Erin Roth Sports Editor sports@plurnasnews.com Rivalry matches bring on super human feats when the Portola Tigers and the Quincy Trojans meet on the volleyball court as they did Sept. 25 at PHS. Quincy won the tough battle 3-2 after losing the first two games 22-25 and 18-25 then turned the tables with 25-18, 25-22 and a final tie-breaking 15-10. Right from the get go the match played out even: a point for PHS, a point for QHS. Actually, more The Tigers volleyball team is 15-11 overall and has a 1-1 league record. The girls are already planning their rematch against the Trojans on the Portola home court Thursday, Oct. 11, at 5:30 p.m." When asked about the Quincy rivalry game, the Portola ladies all pitched in, "We are a really good team." They said they plan to win in Portola the next time as they wandered to the locker room after having just won against the Chester Volcanoes on Sept. 26 in Portola. Quincy's Katherine Dolan tries to stop a kill from Tiger Margaret Canseco. than that, the very first rally was a clear indicator of what was to come. From serve to finish it went on and on playing like the last point of the biggest ever world championship. The girls battled hard for each and every point. Each rally was a fight to the bitter end with flying kills, dramatic saves, miraculous dives followed by a big fmish. Then they would turn around and do it all again. The energy level was beyond extreme. The games were the same as the rallies: tight, neck and neck, the whole way through. Trojan Sydney Gott and Tiger Maddie Boyd went head to head on numerous occasions, but neither team leaned solely on their aggressive frontline warriors. QHS senior Gott attempted 90 kills and landed 34 of them in the "unreturnable" range. Trojan junior Chyanne Morrison landed nine kills in 27 attempts. That's almost 120 kill shots fired at the Tigers! But the Portola girls did not back down and fired right back. The stats were not in yet, but having witnessed the fire from the Tigers, PHS made the Trojans work for every point. Junior Rachel Abramson served three aces in her 23 serves. All but one hit the mark on the PHS court, over 95 percent for Abramson. Trojan juniors Savanah Gay, Morrison and freshman Emmary Wingfield landed two aces each during their serves. All three landed over 90 percent of their serves. Gott led defensively with seven solo blocks. Abramson led with 29 digs, Morrison with 10 and Autum Sherman got in seven, Senior Sherman managed 24 assists and Wingfield set up 12. Abramson was the key serve receiver with 33. Morrison received 15, Gay 10 and Gott picked up eight. The Quincy Trojans have a league record of 3-0 and are 16-4-1 overall. Word cramble Rearrange the letters to spell something pertaining to the 1950s. m J i I Sudoku 1 9 4 5 1 3 5 78 3 8 176 5 4 64 1 1 8 7 9 Crossword ACROSS 1. Superhigh frequency 4. Sinatra's ex-wife 7. Unity 12. Not useful 15. One who mocks 16. Teachers 18. "Pollock" actor Harris 19. Fifth note of a major scale 20. A type of coalition 21. Aircraft transmitters 24. Where golfers begin 27. We all have them 30. Monetary unit 31. Calendar month 33. Pouch-like structure 34. Winter sport tool 35. Minneapolis suburb 37. student, learns healing 39. Keyboard key 41. Brief proposal 42. Gasteyer and Ivanovic are two 44. Lunatic 47. Cool! 48. Japanese musician 49. Successor to League of Nations 50. 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