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4C Wednesday, Oct. 3, 2018 Bulletin, Record, Progressive, Reporter =gers rne Mari Erin Roth American Christian Sports Editor Academy in Anderson before sports@plumasnews.corn they make the dash toward the last four league games for The Chester Volcanoes the Volcanoes. traveled to Portola to face the The Tigers have played 25 Tigers on their home out of their 34-game schedule. volleyball court Sept. 26. The The Tiger team has four Tigers won 3-0. seniors, four juniors and The Chester Vols have 21 three sophomores. There are games under their belts at no freshmen on the Portola this stage in the schedule team. with eight wins. The girls The CHS team consists of played two early season five senior players, one tournaments, one in Los junior, two sophomores and Molifios and one hosted by four freshmen. neighboring Greenville. CHS After the game with head volleyball coach Aaron Chester, Portola head Hardesty set the team up for volleyball coach Emily plenty of non-league practice Compton said, "Our serve games for additional time on receive was consistent the court. There is nothing throughout the match which like the tension of a game and allowed us to run our offense it takes some getting used to. more effectively." The girls played a final It's all league games for the tournament Oct. 1 at Tigers from here on out with six matches in the next 14 days. Fortunately for PHS fans, the last four are a series of home games to finish the season. After the rivalry game with QHS, a loss of 3-2, Compton said, "I am proud of how the girls battled. We hope to continue to improve as league matches continue.;' The Tigers will get ready to meet the Trojans again with games against Maxwell and Biggs and then it's "game on" against the Trojans on Thursday, Oct. 11, in Quincy at 5:30 p.m. The Chester Volcano volleyball team, top row from left: Savanna Quinn, Kaela Wiseman, Emily Twitchell, Markie Willhoit, Kelsey Clark and Hailey Clark. Front row from left: Julie Polanco, Chloe Wiseman, Samantha Miller, Faith Clarke and Austin Arredondo. Photos by Marl Erin Roth Are four arms better than two? Markie Willhoit, no. 9, gets back up from Chloe Wiseman. Tiger Maddie Boyd successfully deflects a kill attempt from Volcano Savannah Quinn. ! The smilin" Quincy Trojan girls" soccer team, top row from left: Aislinn Soares, Sabina Winter, Emma Left, Maria Luisa and Sophia. Becwar-Berry. Middle row from left: CoraGrace Hardy, ReAnna Weaver, Lexi Baumgartner, Kristin Murphy, Olivia Chaffin and Chloe Emmot. Front row from left: Makayla Schafer, Jazzmyn O'Bryant, Haley Stewart, Kailee Hartner and Joan Frank. Photo by Mari Erin Roth Marl Erin Roth Sabina Winter scored three the game, but our girls Sports Editor of the Trojan goals and Haley buckled down on both sides sports@plumasnews.com Stewart scored the fourth for of the ball to give us the Quincy. Returning head victory." The Quincy girls' soccer girls' soccer coach Jeff What a great way to start team is making close friends Brawley is working the girls the season. "This is the first with the Scorpions of Sage hard with four practices a time our girls have started Ridge, Nevada. The Trojans week. Matches against 1-0 in over five years, maybe have four matches this opposing teams are at a longer. I know it's only one season with their eastern premium and the Quincy game, but I'm very proud of challengers from the desert, girls store up plenty of them and how well they Yesterday, Oct. 2, the Fall adrenalin for those games, played," said Brawley. River Bulldogs came to Of the Sept. 19 game, coach The Trojans gave the Sage Quincy for a match on the Brawley said, "Sage RidgeRidge Scorpions another Trojan field followed by scored the first goal andchance to sting Saturday, another Scorpion match looked pretty strong to start Sept. 29, again in Nevada. today, Oct. 3, at 10 a.m. The first time the Trojans faced the Scorpions was on their Nevada turf Sept. 19, when the Trojans scored a 4-1 victory in the opening match of the girls' soccer season. Gabriel Carter Tator-Tot Gabriel is a 2 year old male Shepard/cross who loves to play! Carter is a 3 year old male Black Lab. He is a typical Lab who loves to play ball and loves that water! 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