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6C Wednesday, Oct. !7, 2012 Bulletin, Record, Progressive, Reporter James Wilson Sports Reporter sports@plumasnews.com To create awareness of do- mestic violence in the commu- nity, Plumas Rural Services held its second annual five- kilometer run/walk last Sat- urday, Oct. 13. More than 80 people showed up to either run or walk. Many more came just to show their support for the cause. Last year's run started at the Dame Shirley Plaza and went through downtown Quincy. Due to safety con- cerns, Plumas Rural Services held this year's run along a single path that entailed no street crossings. Runners started at the Feather River College soccer field and ran along a path down the airport road and back. Robin Daun placed first overall and in the men's divi- sion with a time of 23 minutes, six seconds. Marissa Lerch was close behind Daun with a time of 23:48. Lerch placed first in the women's division. Troy Morrison came in sec-, ond for the men's, coming in at 24:55. He was followed by Chris Daun with a time of 26:10. Kyle Merriam placed sec- ond for the women with 24:19. Michaele Klemensrud was close behind with a time of 25:35. Steve Ward and Stephanie Leaf were the two oldest runners in the.race. Ward, 65, came in fourth for the men's division. When asked how old she was, Leaf responded, "Old enough to know better." "I think the event went very well," said race director Julie Tanaka. "We had more partic- ipants this year than last. I am also very happy some of the athletes from FRC partici- pated this year." Several of FRC's football players ran the course. The point of the run was to remind the community how much domestic violence takes place in Plumas County and that Plumas Rural Services domestic violence services are free and available to anyone. The winners of the Domestic Violence Awareness 5K pose after finishing the race. From left: Chris Daun, Troy Morrison, Robin Daun, Marissa Lerch, Kyle Merriam and Michaele Klemensrud. The run took place along the bike path to Feather River College the morning of Oct. 13. Photo by James Wilson Susanville :,iii Supermarket I Thurs. & Fri Oct 18 & 19 7AM TO 6PM In-the Bag TiPS USDA Choice Boneless Beef NEW YORK STRIPS Prime Rib Cut Whole Beef (Bone In) Prairie Fresh Pork BABY BACK RIBS In the Bag PORK TRI TIPS Whole Boneless PORK LOINS Whole Beef USDA Choice (Tenderloin) FILLET MIGNON lb. In the Bag Shoulder Butt PORK ROASTS Whole Boneless Beef RIB EYES EZ Peel 26.30 Count (2 Ib, bag) LARGE SHRIMP Old Fashioned Sugar Hill 16 Ib, Box WHOLE SIRLOINS CHUBS 3 lb. Bag Tended)iN Boneless Skinless CHICKEN BREASTS Prairie Fresh (in The Bag) PORK SPARE RIBS e Scratch Baked Goods Fine Wines & Spirits ,All Lottery Games * US Postage , We accept Food Stamps & WIC 257-5136 OPEN 7 DAYS, 5AM-10PM LOCALLY OWNED & OPERATED 50 GRAND AVE SUSANVILLE, CA 96130 Alumni tickets now on sale James Wilson web-based company that Sports Reporter holds alumni games. Half the sports@plumasnews.com sales of tickets bought before game day will go directly to Tickets are now on sale for Greenville High School. The the second annual Greenville proceeds from ticket sales at High School alumni football the gate will stay with Alum- game. ni Football USA. Former Greenville High Those that prefer their football players will suit up money go to the school need once again to battle it out on to buy their tickets ahead of the field. Enough interest time. Tickets are $10 and was shown in the event to al- available for purchase at low both teams to represent Evergreen Market. Greenville. More than 40 The Greenville High players are signed up and the Boosters Club will be holding event is set to happen Nov. 3 fundraisers of sorts on game on GreenvilleHigh'sfootball day as well. Last year fieldat 5p.m. the Boosters sold tri-tip The game is put on by sandwiches and held a Alumni Football USA, a drawing. FOOTBALL, from page 1C ball. There was too much time left to simply run the clock down, though, so Maxwell played a set of downs. After three plays Maxwell punted. With less then two min- utes remaining, Chester started driving the ball. Chester made it about 30 yards until Maxwell inter- cepted the ball with one minute remaining. Maxwell sat on the ball and let the time run out for the win. "We need to get back to ba- sics and improve on defense or we will not obtain the goals we have set as a team," said Hernandez. Chester is scheduled to host Los Molinos on Friday, Oct. 19. The junior varsity team plays at 5:30 p.m. and the varsity at 7:30 p.m. Quincy 20, East Nicolaus 8 Quincy scored its first vic- tory of the season against the East Nicolaus Spartans at the Feather River College football field Oct. 12. The Spartans were first to hold possession, but couldn't get past Quincy's defense. East Nicolaus handed the ball over to the Trojans who quickly made their way to- wards the Spartan end zone. Quincy's Keston Pilgrim ran the ball five yards for the help REPLACING or DOORS TRIM ' WINDOWS PLUMBING ROOFING ELECTRICAL If it's something we can't fix, we'll find somebody who can. CONSTRUCTION SlNCI~ |984 mmm~,mm,m ' General BuiMing Contractor Calif. Lic. #453927 (530) 283-2035 touchdown. The two-point conversion was unsuccess- ful. Quincy's lead did not last long, however, as East Nico- laus retaliated with a 48- yard pass completion for a touchdown. The Spartans rushed for the two-point con- version to put them ahead 8- 6 at the start of the second quarter. The second and third quarters were mainly defen- sive games; neither team scored. "Our defense stepped up and played their best all year," said offensive coordi- nator Tom Goss. "They real- ly controlled the ball the whole game." In the final quarter Matt Beeson passed to Tristin Ray for a Trojan touchdown. Tyler Lacey ran in the two- point conversion to put Quincy uP 14-8. East Nicolaus tried to fire back but couldn't compete with Quincy's defense. At the end of the game, Quin- cy's Jerry Oglesby recovered a fumble and ran the ball in for Quincy's final touch- down. Quincy travels to Colusa on Friday, Oct. 19, with a 1-5 record. Colusa is currently 3-4. Greenville 54, Herlong 8 With a complete stomp of Herlong last Saturday, Oct. 13, Greenville's football team bumped their record up to 5-2 this season. Greenville has yet to lose a single league game. Greenville's offense domi- nated the game. The Indians' arsenal was vast and they utilized all their weapons. Cooper Kingdon ran in two touchdowns. Tony Rogers and James Martinez likewise scored two touch, downs each. Sam Johnson scored one, Greenville's defense was on top of their game as well. Andrew Fairbanks and Do- minic Potts both recovered fumbles. Martinez, Jacob Henry and Christian Beres all intercepted the ball. "I'm really proud of this team," said Greenville's coach, Justin Allan. "They came out with a positive at- titude and we've had a great season so far.'~ : Greenville plays its home- coming game against the Princeton Eagles this Friday night at the Greenville foot. ball field at 6 p.m.