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Bulletin, Record, Progressive, Reporter Wednesday, Oct. 3, 2018 5C Tiger senior Chandler Ross presents zone. Photos by Mari Erin Roth :ol a giant barrier to the Raiders quarterback close to the end Mario Ruiz tucks the ball and heads Irving Juarez, clear the way Sept. 21. toward the goal posts as his fellow Tigers, led by no. 34 Mari Erin Roth Sports Editor sports@plumasnews.com Portola football took on the Bulldogs on Sept. 28. The Maxwell team had a great Homecoming, winning 42-7. "We played poorly on both sides of the ball," said PHS head coach Steve Heskett. "We will play better in the biggest game of the year," he said about the big rematch with the Trojans, Friday, Oct. 5, for the QHS Homecoming game. The Portola Tigers won an important game Sept. 21 against the Burney Raiders by a score of 20-0 showing they can really fire up and they beat the Coral Falcons of Reno bY a big 24-point spread. The Trojans also had two wide spread wins, one a victory over Immanuel, 54-19, the second was with Fall River, 4843. The Tigers are 2-4 overall and 1-3 in the league. The Trojans are 2-3 overall and 2-1 in the league. Both teams statistically surge in the second quarter with Quincy 'having a stronger tendency to rally in the fourth. The Portola boys lead in rushing, 199.8 yards compared to Quincy's 189.6. They are closely matched with Portola, scoring an average of 19.2 points per game to uincy's average of 20.2. Quincy's passing average of 89.2 yards comes primarily from seasoned senior quarterback Conner Caiazzo. The Tiger passing comes from quarterback junior JT Massey at 71.4 yards per , game. The Trojans travel an average of 278.8 yards per game and the Tigers move about 271:2 yards. The match up swings back and forth and is plenty close enough to be easily altered by high rival adrenaline on the field. All in all, it should be a very interesting game between neighboring rivals as both teams make a habit of rising to the occasion when facing one another in any competition, regardless the sport. Tiger no. 4, Mario Ruiz, thinks quick Burney Raiders on Sept. 21. to recover a fumble on the Tiger field as they beat the Chase Nielsen, no. 50, receives a pep talk before the Burney game from his cousin, no. 56, Wyatt Nielsen. Senior Hunter Cabral, right, on the sidelines before he kicks for PHS. AND SCHEDULES Tuesday, Sept. 25 Soccer FRC men 7, Redwoods 2 FRC women 1, Redwoods 4 QHS boys 3, Paradise 1 Volleyball CHS 0, Burney 3 GHS 3, Loyalton 2 QHS 3, Portola 2 Wednesday, Sept. 26 Volleyball PHS 3, Chester 0 Thursday, Sept: 27 Soccer PHS 2, Paradise 1 QHS boys 14, Loyalton 0 Volleyball GHS 3, Herlong 0 QHS 3, Biggs 0 Friday, September 28 Football GHS 24, Princeton 34 PHS 7, Maxwell 42 QHS 27, Etna 22 Soccer FRC men 5, Lassen 0 FRC women 2, Lassen 0 Saturday, Sept. 29 Football FRC 42, Santa Rosa 49 Soccer QHS boys, Sage Ridge NR QHS girls, Sage Ridge NR Volleyball FRC 1, Delta Classic 3 FRC 2, Fresno 3 Wednesday, oct. 3 Soccer QHS girls vs. Sage 4 p.m. Volleyball PCS at Herlong 5:30 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 4 Soccer PHS vs. Loyalton 4 p.m. QHS boys vs. Butte 4 p.m. Volleyball CHS vs. Mercy 6 p.m. PHS vs. Maxwell 5 p.m. QHS at CORE Butte Friday, Oct. 5 Football CHS vs. Burney 7 p.m. QHS Homecoming Game Community Education Classes Fall 2018 Longboard Ski Construction -- Chris Murray Participants will construct a pair of historic longboard racing skis and pole suitable for racing in the annual Longboard Revival Races at Plumas Eureka Ski Bowl. No prior woodworking experience is required. II The Course Fee is t'o be paid at the time of registration. The Supply Fee will be collected by the instructor at the first class meeting. Date: October 10 - December 12, 2018 Course Fee: $100.00 Day of the Week: Wednesdays Supply Fee: $35.00 Time of Day: 6:30 p.m.-9:00 p.m. Location: QHS Woodshop 1) Print the Registration Form from the FRC website at: www.frc.edu]studentservices[community-ed " 2) Submit the Registration Form and payment of the Course Fee to Feather River College. If you have questions contact Connie Litz at 530-283-0202, ext. 317 I I'111 irll I 570 Golden Eagle Avenue Feather Quincy, CA 95971 Phone: 530-283-0202 River Fax: 530-283-3757 .-, !1 www, fro edu ~ ouege QHS vs. Portola 7 p.m. Soccer FRC men at Siskiyous FRC women at Siskiyous Volleyball FRC at Lassen Saturday, Oct. 6 Football GHS at Mercy I p.m. Soccer QHS soccer homecoming QHS girls vs. Sage 10 a.m. QHS boys vs. Sage 11:30 a.m. Monday, Oct.: 8 Soccer QHS girls at Fernley Volleyball PHS at North Valleys Tuesday, Oct. 9 Soccer FRC men at Lake Tahoe FRC women at L. Tahoe Rivalry game QHS boys vs. PHS 4 p.m. Volleyball CHS vs. Redding 6 p.m. GHS at Princeton PCS at Paradise PHS at Biggs QHS at Maxwell Wednesday, Oct. 10 Volleyball PHS vs. TBA CHS at Herlong 6 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 11 Soccer PHS vs. Squaw Valley 4 p.m. QHS boys at Paradise Volleyball CHS at Burney TITANIUM SPONSOR Randy & Katy Magliano Tom Balestri EVENT HOSTS Whitehawk Ranch Golf Club SILVER SPONSOR Walton's Gdzzty Lodge Summer Camp Paula Cobb Chip's Choice Homemade Dog Treats Cheryl Bmnnan Matthew Duplantis and Dominique Parich Feather Financial - Tax and Insurance Services - Led Lomas Movin' West RV Park Chester Veterinary Clinic Sierra Sntheby's international Realty - Carol Murray PLATINUM SPONSOR Aggie & Bill Keese GOLD SPONSOR Payen and Tong Ranches Chip's Choice Homemade Dog Treats Sierra Destination Realty - Carol Yeater Cook Insurance Services Ross and Susan Barker Bequette & Kimmel Accountancy Corporation Madden Plumbing Alpine Physical Therapy BRONZE SPONSOR CaI-Sierra Title - David Windle PRIZES DONATED BY: Nakoma Golf Resort Blue and GoldFleet Peppermill Resort Mount Shasta Resort Randy & Katy Resort at Squaw Magliano Creek Tahoe Donner Eldoredo Resorts Association Reno Empire Ranch Golf Nevada Museum of Course Art Harvey's Lake Tahoe Silver Legacy Greater Nevada Field Clio's River's Edge Na~donal Automobile RV park Museum Plumas Pines Golf Natural Paws Resort Mountain Hardware Grizzly Ranch Golf and Sports- Club High Sierra Animal Rescue is a no-kill shelter committed to saving homeless pets and advancing pet welfare. 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