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Football, Etc. Wedoesday, Oct. 10, 2001 SC ~gressive, Record, Reporter rogre~. _ pounces on Pierce rushed five times for 23 yards. on its first two dri- Ward started at quarter- Portola High School back and ran the ball 10 team won on the times, earning 40 yards. He Pierce last Fri- threw a total of three passes, 5. completing one to Aaron Fin- limited Pierce co for a 19-yard gain. in first downs and "It was ugly, but we got the four turnovers, ex- win," said Portola coach Rick their record to 2-4 Bass. 14-6 victory. Don Whitebird led Porto- Wirta opened the la's defense with 10 tackles. Portola by rush- Nate Millet and Ryan Litz for a touchdown, added six tackles each, and a 12-play drive Millet recovered a Pierce rted from Portola'sfumble. line. Ryan Ward ran conversion. Aaron Finco made an in- leir next possession, terception at the beginning of scored on a 5-yard the fourth quarter, getting own run by Joe the ball back for the Tigers which he set up ear-after they had just fumbled it the drive with a 45-away. Other interceptions were caught by Shawn Mar- rushed for 185 quette and Thomas. 25 carries, and had Portola will be on the road big gains negated against Quincy (4-2) this Fri- penalties. Wirta daynight. File photo Two Portola defenders smother a bail carrier. The Tigers defeated Pierce, 14-6, last Friday night. They will travel to Quincy this week to play the Trojans. Rated slow to fair. the use of night crawlers, some nice fish using olivefor a 20-yard gain, but he had good results come PowerBait and jigs. Trolling wooly buggers, to leave the game with e who are trolling has been best with night U.S. Trails will close bruised ribs. Greenville then uggers and size lonecrawlers or chartreuse spin- Chilcoot Campground on turned to Devin Wilcox to .sh. The fish are inners and needlefish. Many Oct. 15. Frenchman and take the snaps for the re- and SUccess de- are using trolling flies asSpring Creek will remain mainder of the game, and he Presenting your of- well. open for dry camping, threw 2-6 for 2B yards. feet Under the sur- Ample camping is avail- Deer season opened for the Jesse Kingdon had another of water, able at the south shore with area Oct. 7. Duck season big night, leading Greenville Rated slow to Christie, Aspen Grove and opened Oct. 7 for the area on Lding on the day Eagle campgrounds all open.the north side of Highway 70, in rushing, catching and the fishing. Some confusion has been no-and is this Saturday for the tackling. Kingdon rushed for cad an eight-fish ticed due to a short-term 1o- rest of the valley. 11 yards on six carries, 11 Wl ',om luc _--A~pmg and October isGlen fishes the J. Fair ject. Merrill is scheduled to e~t~!v~e~e hSb~! TI~ ~h:~:rwl !~acmeP es;in il ~ it!ntn, t M.ilr21: ~~~w mciilnnnYmmph" at:e:e Sports Ed,tor r sh~ from 59-62 degrees EaSe Lake available in the south shore In their 28-0 loss to Loyal- ) and~g has been slow for ~amp hosts at Christie area until mid-November, ton last Saturday, the 's w~;flwever, the full Campground confirmed a 6- Camping information is Greenville Indians had to .by~ncling and the bite pound Eagle Lake trout on available by calling 825-3212. use a third-string quarter- ecome ood ot er hsh For current hsnm and boat ,.,~{ g . The Saturday. Many h " - g . back, after starting quarter- : ffff~ve_moved into the weighing from 3-5 pounds ing information, call Eagleback Raymond Robinson and "/~'n~S F" " . "~ -t ' size has In-have also been caught this Lake Marina at 8254454. second-string quarterback ea ~, ranging from 16-22 past week The catch was Troy Wagner were each in- yearl~ Rat " mixed throughout the week Frenchman Lake jure& ~:h ea slow, with a with success varying day to Fall fishing is in full Robinson completed three -per-rod average day swing. A local woman, Robin fish moving into Sl ore fishing from the jet- Gallagher, caught three nice of seven passes for 24 yards ." try Fairview ty at Eagle Lake Marina is one-pound rainbows from before hurting his hamstring f~ua lye. The bait of becoming more popular the shore at Frenchman. about halfway through the .~oSraalnbow PowerBait every day. Best results from Worms and PowerBait are game. That brought on fresh- ,U~' sliding sinker the shore and for still-fishing still the most effective baits, man backup Troy Wagner, from boats has come from Fly-fisherman are catching ~ whose one pass was caught Keller turn over league East Nicolaus II 1 " =th . - e heart m. t, it is for the Quincy football team, its second game of last week and nto Valley contest. loss to East Nico- the Trojans' sec- a three-game clay night, Quincy which has the Trojans, at the fair- at the college. not lost a regu- home game since game is no or- It's the annu- between Quin- Portola, Which has after Winning the Division IV I need performance from JUWeit connected :OUchdown passes st Nicolaus--60 and 6 junior also tossed that allowed East keep the game ready to put turnovers, in- thrown pass contributed to hurt against up one of as much of a Win as they did," Jeff Ray said. a chance but didn't hen we needed to." efense, Driscoll 16 tackles, while brought down for the Tro- able to move the ball effec- tively against Quincy's de- fense. "It was a hard game to lose," coach Tom Goss said. "The kids played so well. They were really upset." Goss said that East Nico- laus' overall athleticism, combined with Quincy's youth and lack of speed on defense, made the difference. Leading the way for Quin- cy, which collected nearly 400 yards, was Chris Brewster with 103 yards rushing on 18 carries. Richard Williams added 96 yards on the ground. Quarterback Eric West connected on 15 of 25 passes for 145 yards. His favorite target was Doug Lorenzo, who hauled in seven passes for 74 yards. On defense, Jake Vickery made it tough for East Nico- laus with 10 tackles. "It was an outstanding of- fensive game," Goss said. "We put ourselves in the position to win the game." I I By hmmon SOots Ed, A capacity crowd is expect- ed for the football game be- tween Quincy and Portola this Friday night at Feather River College. "It's going to be a great game," said Portola coach Rick Bass. Quincy coach Jeff Ray commented that "it's a big league game." The long-standing rivalry between Quincy and Portola was intensified last year when both football teams were placed in the Sacramen- to Valley League, adding I in Check PLUMASNEWS.COM baP & grill Join us for Monday Night - Special Menu - $1.50 draft beers Pizza, buffalo wings & more! 3 Big Sony Vega T.V.'s Plumas Pines Golf Resort 402 Poplar Valley Rd. Graeagle 836-1111 varsity squad turned away by East m a 31-29 loss. the Trojans put their best, most con- offensive attack of the the SImrtans were caught four throws for 45 yards, and made 15 tackles. Ryan Meacher ran the ball 10 yards in five carries and earned 14 tackles. Roman Grutter totaled l0 tackles and Michael Tucker got a sack. Jared Morris and Wilcox each recorded one re- ception Greenville forced four turnovers in the game. Wilcox and Robinson each caught an interception and Brandon Jaimes recovered two fumbles. "lhe Indians were sched- uled to play t{erlong this week, but Hertong tot(cited because it wasn't able to field a team this season. "The bye week will help us heal up," said Greenville coach ,leremy (]race. Greenville's next contest will he a lea~t> game against the (:hesier \'~flcanoes at Chester 1, rida)', Oct. 26. much more importance to Ray said that Quincy will their games against each oth- be ready to play, and that his er. players will rise to the occa- The Trojans defeated the sion. Tigers in last year's "'We can't afford anymore matchup, 21-10, after being league losses. We have to get behind by 10 points at half- back in the win column," time. added Ray. "We're going to Portola (2-4) and Quincy (4- play hard, and get it going 2) were both on the road last early." week. The Tigers defeated The contest holds addition- Pierce, 14-6, while the Tro- al significance for the Tro- jans lost to East Nicolaus, 20- jans because it's Quincy's 14. homecoming game. "I know, that they're going The kickoff for the junior to be tough," said Bass about varsity game is at 5 p.m., Quincy. "They will spread with the varsity game imme- things out." diately following at 7 p.m. Get the satisfaction of building your own home, or subcontract the project out. We supply all the building materials. Fall River By Shannon Mom)w Sporls Editor Chester high school's football team went on the road for its first league game of the season last Friday night and lost to Fall River, 32-6. "It was a much better game than the score (in- dicates)," said Chester coach Terry Hernandez. "We didn't play terrible. We got all the bad breaks." The Volcanoes had sev- eral big plays called back by penalties, including a 30-yard catch by Jason Francis and a 40-yard run by Josh Pettigrew. All the infractions were procedure penalties, be- cause the Chester play- ers "didn't stand still long enough," said Her- nandez. Fall River beat Chester with a balanced running attack, distributing the ball to several different players "There wasn't one per- son to key on," said Her- nandez. "It kept us hon- est. We had to play straight up." Each one of Fall Riv- er's five touchdowns were scored by a differ- ent player, and three of the players each had over 60 yards rushing. "They executed well," added Hernandez. Chester's one touch- down came in the fourth quarter, on a 35-yard pass from Ryon Baxter to Joseph Mylrae. Baxter was :8-17 pass- ing, for 91 yards and one touchdown. Matt Set- tlemire and Matt Rives each made two recep- tions, for 27 and 25 yards, respectively. Pettigrew ran the ball 11 times for 64 yards, and Matt Maumoynier rushed 49 yards on n ne carries. The Volcanoes' home- coming game is this Fri- day night, when they will host Westwood in a league rivalry. "We have to execute well and limit our mis- takes," said Hernandez. "It should be a very good game." 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