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8C Wednesday, Oct. 7, 2015 Bulletin, Record, Progressive, Reporter Browning wins big at FRC Rodeo Feather River College rodeo team member Dane Browning rides to victory in the steer-wrestling event at the FRC Rodeo, Saturday, Oct. 3, at the Plumas-Sierra County Fairgrounds. The complete results for the rodeo will be featured in next week's Sports and Recreation section Photo courtesy Jack Upton ! C~?I ~i ii? :i.~iSi:i!! = DOLLAR The duo of Valerie Peters (No. 2) and attempt a block against Portola. Both statistical leaders in the game. Autumn Brown (No. 6) Peters and Brown were lers Greg Knight Sports Editor sports@plu The Portola Lady Tigers were victorious at home over Greenville last Wednesday, le Sept 30, holding the Indians back on a 3-2 (24-26, 16-25, 25-18, 25-13, 15-9) final score in five sets. Everything was looking up for the Indians at first; the squad, led by seniors Autumn .... ::~ "~:: .~/z~zi : : ....... Meg Maddalena, a senior for for a block against Lady Indian Greenville. Photos by Greg Knight Brown and Alex Garcia, managed to put away the Lady Tigers in the first two sets. Then, it was time for the Tiger squad to roar. The Tigers took the next ASK ABOUT OUR' the Portola Lady Tigers, goes up Averie Navarro, Sept. 30 in own to win three sets, outlasting the Indians for the win. Autumn Brown and Valerie Peters led in statistical numbers for Greenville, overall. Brown, for her part, was the overachiever at the net with seven kills on 25 attempts, all while getting 18 ball handling attempts on a season-record of 89 tries. She also had five aces. When it came to Peters, the junior was the star at the net with 10 total blocks, including eight solo stops. She also made six kills and 25 digs against the Tigers with a game-low three errors. At the line, Garcia was the deadly accurate server for Greenville, sending six aces on 15 deliveries. Sophomore Averie Navarro added 20 serve receptions. The Tigers rise to 11-11 with the win, while Greenville evens out at 8-8 overall. Portola head coach Matt Compton did not post stats by deadline for this story. The next game for Portola is tomorrow night when the team host Biggs at 6:30 p.m. Greenville will travel to Herlong, Oct. 13, with the first serve set for 5:30p.m. Greenville volleyball wins another match with Elk Creek Greg Knight Sports Editor sports@plu The Greenville High School volleyball team took another win from Elk Creek last Tuesday, Sept. 29, as the Indians outlasted the Lady Elks, 3-0 (25-15, 25-12, 25-13). In a repeat of her recent performance against Princeton, Greenville junior Valerie Peters put up astounding numbers across a variety of rotations; she led the game with nine kills on 21 attempts, captured three digs and tallied seven service receptions. When it came to serving up aces, junior Hannah Lambach was all over it with nine -- out of a total of 18 serves in the game. Lambach also added six digs and a kill. As the showcase setter for the Indians, senior Autumn Brown got underneath 19 assists on 51 sets with zero errors. Brown also had five kills at the net. Fellow senior Alex Garcia set a pair in the game. "We managed to out-serve Elk Creek in the game, which allowed us to run our offense;!' Greenville head coach Dan Brown said. "They are a really defensive team, which forced us to work hard from the line." The win improved Greenville's record to 8-7 on the season. Next up for the Indians is a road match against Herlong on Tuesday, Oct 13, at 5:30 p.m, The next home match is Oct. 20 against Westwood. ..',"