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2c WednesOay, Oct 17,200 Football, Volleyball Bulletin, Progressive, Katie Mansell leaps above the net to get a shot over, as her teammates look on. Quincy record to 5-0 last week, with wins over Durham and Capital Christian. File photo/Shannon Morrow extended its league uincy volleyball By Shannon Momr Prince 1; Sports Editor match, and that! The Quincy volleyball key l0-point team extended its league "Katie record to 5-0, with two more hard and getti: victories last week over said Hyink. Durham and Capital Christ- blood got some ian. hard hits." "We're pretty excited," Back at home said coach Chad Hyink. Trojans swept "These were a couple big Jan in three wins. The kids are really and 15-11. fired up." "It was the best On the road against we've had in a Durham Oct. 9, Quincy went Hyink. "It's the the full five games (15-8, 7-15, ball is supposed 15-11, 8-15, 15-12) for an excit- The girls are ing win. Quincy's one senior, each other and Annie Daun, helped lead the playing." team to victory. "Annie pulled it together The Trojans for us," said Hyink. "Her will road tomorrow to win was evident. She Vista. Their wouldn't let us lose. She took games will be Oct over toward the end." Durham and Oct.', Hyink Ldded that Kristin Pierce. $ Plumas Christian School's first two games and 75 per- varsity and junior varsity cent in the third game, total- volleyball teams have been ing 13 points in the match. competing in the Feather Emily Adkins added eight River League this season, fill- points with 76 percent serv- ing in for Greenville, who ing, and Lauren Ozanich wasn't able to field a team came off the bench for a sick this year. The PCS varsity Christy Heath and con- squad has a record of 2-6, and tributed two kills and a the JV team is 6-1. block. The PCS varsity team The junior varsity team al- swept Herlong Oct. 9, win- so won each of its two games, ning 15-8, 15-12 and 15-8. 15-11, 15-11. Leading from the Mandy Harris totaled 10 service line was freshman points, six kills and four Laura Ozanich, who was per- aces, serving 85 percent. Re- fect at 12-12 and scored 10 nae Barron earned six kills points. Teddy Jo Sturley con- and six points. Kayla John- tributed three points, three son served 100 percent in the kills, and made some terrific teams compete saves. In the second game, Ad- kins was 100 percent in serv- ing, earning one ace and five points. Jacy DeCrona was 80 percent from the service line with four points. On Oct. 4, the PCS teams met Westwood in the gym at Quincy High School. They fell to Westwood's varsity, 15- 7, 15-5 and 15-5, but defeated Westwood's JV team, 15-10 and 15-3. Sturley and Kayla Johnson were the leading scorers in the JV game, each serving 86 percent. Network Administration Computer Services Maintenance Consulting Plumas County Information When it comes to meeting the technology needs of today, companies of sizes turn ........ tO'"PC :f'6 pi:o " solutions, i C:iT special- izes in networking, trou- bleshooting, tech support and high speed internet access utilizing W-DSL technology. 2056 E. Main St. #4 Quincy Photo I~ Quincy running back Mike Barton breaks away for a big gain, but is Portola's Ryan Ward before he can reach the end zone. The Tigers were the Trojans last Friday night, 28-6. For the full story, see page 1C. By Shannon Morrow worse," added Hernandez. was benched for Sports Editor "We would have had a hard der of the The Chester High School time beating our JV team."tlemire played football team was stung by On the Volcanoes' first pos- in Westwood, 50-0. in its home- session, they drove down to "The kids wereS coming football game last Westwood's 25-yard line, but ized, it Friday night, Oct. 12. then had an interception re- quarterback," "It was the worst game l've turned for a touchdown, dez. ever been a part of in my "It should have been 7-6 in- During life," said coach Terry Her- stead of 12-0," said Hernan- game, $2,000 nandez. "We didn't do any- dez. "We never recovered the New York thing right." from it." lief Fund with The league loss dropped Chester quarterback Ryan minute challenge, Chester's record to 2-5 over- Baxter suffered a concussion The VolcanoeS' all, and 0-2 in the Feather early in the second quarter, to Loyalton next River League. causing him to struggle their next league "We couldn't have played through the remainder of the "We can't do half. His condition was dis- get better," said] covered at halftime and he"We have a lot for a fraction of the cost! SPACIOUS FLOOR PLAN 60 LB. SNOW LOAD MANY EXTRAS MUST SEE! Beautifully Spacious3 bedroom, 2 bath floor plan features French doors leading to end. Low E vinyl windows throughout! If your PSORIASIS EVER looks like THIS WILL caA e CALL NOW TOLL-FREE 1 Join us for Football - Special Menu - _ $1.50 draft beers re I Pizza, buffalo wings & mo I 3 Big Sony Vega T.V.'s . I Golf Resort II 402 Poplar Valley Rd. I Graeagle