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Bulletin, Record, Progressive, Reporter' Wednesday, Oct. 17, 2012 5C Portola's Victoria Benuto attempts to handle Quincy's Lora Dobson. The two teams squared Oct. 10. Photo by James Wilson the ball around off in Quincy on Chester's McKenna Taylor battles for the ball against a Su- sanville Strikers,player. Taylor scored one of the three goals during Chester's victory over Susanville on Oct. 10. Photo by, Tony Cordero Oliver Hitch heads the ball for an assist College's game against Lassen on Oct. 12. during Feather River Photo by Toni Williams James Wilson Sports Reporter sports@plumasnews.corn The soccer teams of Plumas County are battling it out with less than a month left in many of the teams" schedules. Chester 3, Susanville 0 The Chester girls' team took on the Susanville Strik- ers on Wednesday, Oct. 10, at home. The Strikers didn't stand a chance that day as Chester shut Susanville out. Chester scored one goal in the first half. McKenna Tay- lor swept in toward the end of the half to score against the Strikers. The first half was very competitive and both teams utilized their de- on Q incy's side the majority Adventist Academy in Quin- Cougars. fensiveplayers, of the game. Portola scored cy on Oct. 9 and fell to a dev- The National Soccer Madi Hudson and Lanee three goals in the first half. astating loss of 7-0. Coaches Association of Hansen scored goals in the Goals were scored by Casey Quincy has one of the America ranked Lassen as second half to secure a victo- Pearson, Brenna Murray and youngest teams in the divi- the No. 12 community college ry for Chester. Dayna Cormany. sion this season. Of the 15 team in the nation as of Oct. Chester's goalkeeper, Emi- Portola kept its momentumplayers on the team, only two 12. FRC was ranked No. 15. ly LaGroue, shut out the and scored one more goal in are seniors. The rest of the Both teams knew the out- Strikers. LaGroue also shut the second half. Tabi Mar- team is comprised of fresh- come of the game would de- Portola out during the Oct. 3 tinez put thelast score on the men and sophomores. Last termine ranking in both na- match, board, year the majority of the boys' tional statistics and for the Chester will head off Portola played its last soccer team were seniors.Golden Valley Conference. against Quincy today, game of the season Oct. 15. Quincy currently has a 1-8- FRC's Dean Phillips scored Wednesday, Oct. 17, at Quin- Details can be found in next 2 record. They travel to play the only goal in the first half. cy High School at 4 p.m. week's newspaper edition.Paradise Adventist again Lassen only attempted one Quincy plays Chester at home Oct. 23 for their final game of shot on goal the entire first Portola 4, Quinc ; 0 today, Oct. 17, at 4 p.m. and in the season, half. Portola's girls soccer team Chester on Oct. 20at2p.m. Lassen and FRC battled ruled the roost Oct. 1O as FRC 1, Lassen 1 each other the entire second players took on and defeated Paradise Adventist 7, The Feather River Collegehalf. Both teams had oppor- Quincy on their home turf. Quincy 0 men's soccer team traveled tunities to score, but neither Portola utilized speed and Quincy High School's boysto Susanville on Oct. 12 to was able to convert. ball control and kept the ball soccer team played Paradise take on the Lassen College Fifty-eight minutes into the game, Lassen was awarded a free kick. Lassen took the shot and the ball sailed past FRC's goalkeeper, Tim Grant. The game ended as a draw. Since the draw was in Lassen, FRC bumped up to the nation- al No. 7 ranking, while Lassen dropped to No. 11. Lassen 1, FRC 0 FRC's women played the Lassen Cougars on Oct. 12 in Susanville. Lassen scored the only goal of the game in the second half. 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