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"Bulletin, Record, Progressive, Reporter Wednesday, Oct. 15, 2014 5C • VOLLEYBALL, from page 2C its winning streak to five• Starting off Tuesday, Oct. 7, the Trojans hosted the Patriots of Liberty Christian (11-5-1) and drove home a 3-0 win off a 25-21, 25-22 and 25-14 scoring run. • • Trojan head coach Chad • Hyink said a late-game push " by his players made the difference in the game. "I think we struggled with consistency a little against Liberty," Hyink said. "They were a pretty good defensive team and we kept making unforced hitting errors and kept them in the game. We were able to make a few good serving runs, which put us back in the game and allowed us to come out on top." In the Liberty match, Kaylin Henderson, Lynda Nolan, Sara Nolan, Morgan Fowler and Jasmin Sherman all got hot at the service line at different times during the match and were able to make runs on points• Just two days later the Trojans entered Mid-Valley League play as the team traveled to Maxwell (4-4) in Colusa County, taking on the Panthers in a conference opener that ended in another 3-0 win for Quincy• Going for the easy 25-14 lead in the first set, the Trojans followed up with sets of 25-18 and 25-12 to win the match• "At Maxwell we played pretty good volleyball and limited our mistakes, which allowed us to take control of the match," Hyink said. "We did struggle a bit early in the second game, but were able to overcome that and finish strong• Haley Cline got on a hot serving streak in the last game to finish them off. When we are serving well, it allows us to get in a good offensive rhythm." The majority Of Quincy's wins so far this season have come during both home and away tournaments and after playing a bevy of Plumas and Lassen County nonconference squads. The most recent loss for the Trojans came all the way back on Sept. 27 when the team fell 2-0 to another Trojans team, this one from Durham in Butte County. "The Wins over LibertY Christian and Maxwell put us at 22-6 overall and Maxwell was our first league game, putting us at 1-0 in league," Hyink said. "I'm not sure we're playing at our highest level, but we're playing pretty solid• We're getting different kids playing well at different times, but to get to our top level we need all the kids playing well at one time." The Trojans will travel to ;Biggs tomorrow, followed by a trip to Esparto on Tuesday, Oct. 21. GOLF RESULTS, from page 3C Graeagle Men's Golf Association • On Saturday, Oct. 4, the GMGA held their Couples Better Ball Tournament and Awards Dinner -- the season-ending couples tournament of the year. The smaller-than-normal field for the Better Ball Tournament was divided into standard tee and combo tee divisions• In the standard tee division, because of the fewer number of players in this division, there was one winning team: Dottle Hattich and Ken Stevenson, with a net score of 62. In the combo tee d ision, first place was won by the team of Priscilla Piper and Gary Kinkley, with a net score of 57. There was a tie for second place between the teams of Cathe Franck/Chuck Franck, and Annie Fisher/Tom Balestri, both with net scores of 61. After golf, clubhouse executive chef ScottY served an elegant dinner, and the various awards for accomplishments during the year were given out. Of particular note was the presentation of the Lifetime Achievement Award, which was for the first time given to two individuals in the same year. Jack Gilbert and John Grasso both received this award for .their many years of contribution to GMGA and the golfing community• Whitehawk Ranch Ladies Golf Club Up until this year, a lady golfer had to either own property within Whitehawk or buy a golf course annual pass in order to be able to play with our ladies group on Tuesdays and participate in our annual events, like the Cowgirl Classic invitational each August. However, our ladies' golf group just voted this year to "open up" our membership to any interested area lady golfer with an established handicap• Bailey Creek Women's Club It's the last week of golf for the month of September and this Wednesday is another beautiful day on the course. • Our game of the day was Maids Quarters, counting the score on only the par 4s. We all enjoyed this new game with the winners being Joan Eychner, first place, Mary Ashburn, second place, and Marsha Spooner, third place; congratulations to all. Oct. i started chilly and windy with all the players bundled up for the game. This was also our club "meeting day," with officers elected and a "Home Home" planned for next year, with the 2015 year starting the first Wednesday in May. The game of the day was Blind Draw, meaning not knowing your partner until the end of the game. First place went to the team of Jenni Cesarin and Joyce Gronroos, with second place going to Mary Ashburn and Joan Eychner. Birdies went to Joyce Gronroos and Joan Eychner who also had a sandy birdie/chip-in and best of all broke 100 this day, her goal for the year. The game of the day, Oct. 9, was Blind Nine, not knowing which par 9s would be counted until the end of play. We had three flights• First-flight winners were Mary Ashburn, who took first place, and Donna White, who took second place• Second-flight winners were Jenni Cesarin, first place, and Ginger Birchfield, second place• Third-flight winners were Joan Eychner in first place and Lee Hunter in second place. Wynetta Regli made a birdie on the fourth hole and Karen Ashe made a chip-in/birdie on the fourth hole. Congratulations to all! To have your golf results and club news included in this weekly section, email the information to sports@plumasnews.com by Friday at 3 p.m. Top spots at Nakoma A.G. Phillips (left) and Michele Violett were named the 2014 Dragon Golf Club champions in their respective men's and women's divisions Saturday, Sept. 27. After battling through heavy rains that made golfing during the championship tournament less than ideal, Phillips and Violett finished the 18-hole par-72 course with the top scores of net 71. 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