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6C Wednesday, Oct. 17, 2018 Bulletin, Record, Progressive, Reporter Mighty Trojans hoist QHS head soccer coach Greg Prouse in celebration of another victory in their undefeated season Tuesday Oct. 2, in Quincy. Photos by Mari Erin Roth ulncy carry Troja lea n ue Mari Erin Roth Sports Editor sports@plumasnews.com Soccer season in Plumas County is coming to a feverish peak and the Quincy High Trojans have once again risen to the top of their division. The Quincy boys were met with a real challenge on the field as they tied up with the Cougars 2-2 in their Oct. 11 meeting in Paradise. Team captain Sein Joacham scored for the Trojans and Will Ross was the last to handle a corner kick captured by the Butte goalie that ended up in the Lynx box as the tying mark. With no losses in a nine:game streak, the Trojans' league record is 7-0-1 and overall 9-0-1, which seats them in first place. That ranking means the soccer championship matches are in Quincy and that is all that remains for the Trojans. QHS fin'st met with their rivals, the Portola Tigers, for another exciting game Oct. 16. The big final championship game will be against either CORE Butte or Paradise tomorrow, Oct. 18, at 4 p.m depending on who won their match. "It doesn't matter which team we face," said QHS head soccer coach Greg Prouse. "We will aim to enjoy." tch in PCS h sto GOLF, from page 4C Mari Erin Roth and rallied to come back As PCS launched their mascot so they were They displayed strength ~rts EcJitor with a 25-1 win to take the own sports program, tb in the si i't and perseverance on the sports@plumasnews.com lead. gaining basic experience in section as "The Scholars." court in tournaments and The PCS girls proceeded the game was the premium The girls gained games led by head coach The Badgers won the first to polish off the Herlonglesson. Toward that goal,experience and had fun Sue Weber and assistant sports match in Plumas team in another close, but those first two PCS teamswhile demonstrating good Roy DaVeiga. Charter School history by a final game, winning 25-21. began participating in a sportsmanship as Now here we are in 2018 score of 3-1 on Oct. 3 when History made, the girls couple of tournaments and a underdogs, with volleyball team they faced the Herlong boast the first PCS sports small handful of selected"Their spirits were high,number two boasting 13 Vikings. Individual game victory, ever. games to learn the art ofand the effort was there," Badger members. scores tell the story. Plumas Charter School team sports, said Johns in year one. Three players are PCS won the first game started team sports last year In the 2017 maiden launchLater in that winter, 11 seasoned originals from the with 28 points to Herlong's with girls' volleyball and of sport teams at Plumas boys showed up on the court inaugural team. 26 in a match that included 6 followed with boys' Charter, seven girls madeas the Plumas Charter Head coach Katelyn Johns tense game point serves basketball in the winter. In up the first volleyball team. basketball team. returns at the helm again struggling for the winning earlier years, a few charter Katelyn Johns stepped up as A wink into the season, with the help and support of 2-point lead. That must have school students had become the head volleyball coachthe Badger was chosen as Athletic Director Patrick been a real nail-biter, members of local high with the help of Athleticthe team mascot and the Joseph. The Vikings came out on school teams of Greenville Director Patrick Joseph, boys showed up in bright The final game of the PCS top in game two, winning and Quincy, such as who also doubled as team electric green team d cor to volleyball season was Oct. 25-19, but the Badgers would Andrew Bagley who photographer, announce the choice to their 10 in Paradise against the not be held down though wrestled for the Trojans.PCS had not yet selected a opponents. Cougars. Go Badgers! Holly Anderson received a Breaking 90 Pin, with a gross score of 88. Debbie Feutsch received her Breaking 80 Pin, with a score of 78. And, Cynthia Baldwin won the 2018 "Most Improved Golfer" award. Additionally, a very special award was presented to a very special Member, Who is leaving our community: Donna Swanson. Donna created the GMWGC Website many years ago; one of exceptional quality and creativity. She has served these many years as Webmaster and also, recently, as our Play Day Chair. Donna also helped the Graeagle Men's Golf Association develop their Website. Donna's many friends will miss both her contributions to our Club and her friendship. Good luck, Donna, in your new adventures. Mt. Huff Golf Oct. 10, and the golf just keeps rolling along. The Wednesday Morning Scramble had a chilly start but warmed up quickly for the golfers. Dick Grace, Ron Christensen, and Duane Austin came in at six under par. The team of Ralph Cote, Bill McRoberts, and Jeff Stevens also came in at six under par with the second place rank being determined by a chip-off. There was tree-way for the chi;-in with Ralph Cote, Jeff Stevens and Larry Herzberg nailing it. Dick Grace hit it closest to the pin. This brisk fall weather is ideal for golf, so come on down to Crescent Mills for the Wednesday Morning Scramble. Sign-ups are now at 9:30 a.m. with play starting at 10:00 a.m. The Plumas Charter School Badger volleyball team members in their signature chartreuse team attire, from left, no. 8 Ciera Hymas, no. 4 Rachel Fogleman, no. 13 Haley Murphy, no. 3 Kylie Anderson, no. 7 Jazmin Banks and no. 6 Emily Fullerton. Front row from left, no. 1 Meadow DeCampo and no. 5 Ailish Carmichael. Not shown: Destiny Tuell, Faith Tuell, Olivia Mclntyre, Shannon McPherson and Kacee McPherson. Photo by Kaitlyn Johns To have your golf results and club news included in this weekly section, email the information to sports@plumasnews.com and esmall@ plumasnews.com by Friday at noon.