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2(: Wednesday, Oct. 17, 2018 Bulletin, Record, Progressive, Reporter Chester's no: 44, Jeremiah Mosely, has got a Raider and is taking him down. CHS Callum Kremer has the ball and is heading for the end zone with a Raider on his back Oct. 5 in Chester. Photos by Marl Erin Roth |11 Marl Erin Roth Sports Editor Facing the Maxwell Panthers on Oct. 12 on the Panthers home football field was not a problem for the Chester Volcanoes. The CHS boys won the contest by a score of 16-6. Callum Kremer had a nice run for over 30 yards for a touchdown. "We also recovered a fumble in the end zone for a TD," said head CHS football coach Terry Hernandez. "Leo Flores kicked a 37-yard field goal to give us a late 10-point lead, that was a huge play for us." Coach Hernandez added, "The defense once again played great." Coach says the team is still working hard to improve the Volcano offensive game. The Vols will battle on the Feather River College field with their rivals, the Quincy Trojans, this Friday, Oct. 19, at 7:30 p.m. The QHS boys traveled to Modoc last week to face the Braves in an even field battle with both teams 3-3 overall. The Chester boys' record stands at 6-1 overall as they sit second in the Cascade Valley League with a 4-1 record. The front-runner is the Fall River boys with a 5-0 record. Those two leading teams will meet next Friday, Oct: 26, on the Bulldogs home field. The final regular contest of the season is against the Biggs Wolverines. Biggs is averaging more points per game than the Vols, but they are not currently making a habit of outscoring the competition. That last match up for the season, other than playoffs, will be Friday, Nov. 2, at 7 p.m in Chester Volcano cheer Chester. Tory Utterback, Ashley work their magic Oct. 5 at CHS. From left: Sierra Clark, Rylee Jackson, Samantha Miller, Hannah Snyder, Holt and Destinee Rickert. alle ons Marl Erin Roth tomorrow in Los Molinos Sports Editor against the Bulldogs. The Chester girls have won 9 matches this season The girls' volleyball although their league team lost to the Redding record is 0-6. Lions in an away game The Volcanoes will have Oct. 9, "but Chester played seven players eligible to really well and fought return as seasoned hard," said Volcano parent teammates next year: four and photographer Mark freshmen, two sophomores Miller. and one junior. Graduating The Volcano girls have a seniors for the Chester match in Burney today, volleyball team are Harley Wednesday, Oct. 17, Clark, Emily Twitchell, against the Raiders and Kaela Wiseman, Markie another away game Willhoit and Faith Clarke. Energy-Assistance Payments Now Available! For Wood, Propane, Fuel Oil and Electricity *To qualified households only, by 2018 income guidelines Apply Today! Visit our website for an application:>eneravservioes Visit ou r office or call one of the local officesbelow for assistance: Plumas County PCCDC 530-283-2466 Plumas Crisis center 530-283-5515 Portola: FRWC 530-832-1827 Greenville: FRWC : 530-284-1560 Chester: 530-259-4156 FRWC 530-259-4156 Sierra County Loyalton: Dept. of Social Services 530-993-6720 Downieville: Dept. of Social Services 530-289-3711 2018 Income Limits for Energy Assistance A qualified household must have a gross month ry income at or below the amount shown below: Family Size Gross monthly income 1 2,097.98 2 2,743.52 3 3,389.05 4 4,034.58 5 4,680.12 6 5,325.65 7 5,446.69 Plumas Coun ,tyCommunity Development Commission 183 W. Main Street P.O. Box 319 Quincy CA 95971 (530) 283-2466 (800) 993-5399 TDD (800)993-5399 F Head to head is Volcano Samantha Miller with an opponent from the Redding Lions in Redding on Oct. 9. Photo by Mark Miller Community Education Classes Fall 2018 Instructors: Mason Werner, Samantha Rick, Mandy Beatty, Michael Hall and Emily Hargraves Adult Climbing Night Basic instruction will include rock climbing terminology, top rope concepts, movement and belay techniques. All skill levels are welcome. Participants may attend as many or few sessions as they wish. If you have questions, email Rick Stock at Date: October 15 -December 5, 2018 Day of the Week: Mondays & Wednesdays Time of Day: 5:00 p.m,-8:00 p.m. Course Fee: $7.00/session OR $50.00/10-session punch pass Kids Climbing Night Children under the age of 16 years will have an opportunity to learn to rock climb. No skills required. One parent (or adult mentor) must be present with each participant. Parents (or mentor) will learn to belay and will actively participate. Both the parent (or mentor) and child must pay the course fee. A parent or guardian signature is required on a liability release form for all climbers under the age of 18 prior to them climbing on the wall. Date: November 5 -November 26. 2018 Day of the Week: Mondays Time of Day: 4:00 p.m.6:00 p.m. Course Fee: $35.00 To Register: 1) Print the Registration Form from the FRC website at: 2) Submit the Registration Form and payment of the Course Fee to Feather River College. If you have questions contact Connie Litz at 530-283-0202, ext. 317 570 Golden Eagle Avenue lT,-,a-I-l,~ ---- aL l,~t lll~E Quincy, CA 95971 Phone: 530-283-0202 "R'~lrca- Fax: 530-283-3757 E College i