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Bulletin, Record, Progressive, Reporter Wednesday, Oct. 18, 2017 3~: =Go Trojans!" says the QHS volleyball team as they muster up enough energy to put their opponents of the game. Photo by Mari Erin Roth II II away in the final moments Mari Erin Roth aces to the Spartans and and Morrison fired five 18-4-1 overall and 5-0 in the Sports Editor the Trojans collectively over the net to Esparto. league. With just two eroth@plumasnews.com delivered 15. Autum Megan Cahill led matches left of league. Sherman and Lillian blocking. White and play, the "mighty" Trojans The lady Trojans won all White were busy in the Sherman had five assists are looking "mighty" but one of their sets in a action providing 12 assists each. Wingfield was the strong. big Oct. 10 doubleheader each. Gott led in blocks big serve receiver with 11The two remaining against the Esparto with three. Ashlyn and Morrison returned games of conference play Spartans at home. Wingfield was the primary six. for the Trojans are against The scores mostly serve receiver picking up Portola and Biggs. favored QHS, 25-13, 25-12, a 15, Morrison returned 12 Trojans vs. Indians The first challenge is an close loss of 23-25 and 25-8. and Rachel Abramson Quincy beat the Indians away game against their During that first match nine. 3-0 in Greenville on Oct. rivals, the Portola Tigers, with the Spartans that The second match of the 11, with individual set on Thursday, Oct. 19, at 7 began at 3 p.m., Cheyanne doubleheader started at 5 scores of 25-12, 25-11, and p.m. in Portola. Morrison fired nine kills, p.m. The set scores were despite a big Indian rally, The final game of Sydney Gott nailed eight 25-16, 25-13 and 25-12. 25-22 in the last set. Theregular league play for the and Shaelyn Schwartz Gott led against the score for the Oct. 17 Trojans will take place in punched seven. All Spartans with nine kills, match, yesterday, between Quincy in front of all the together, the Trojans were Morrison with six and the Trojans and the QHS Trojan fans on fierce with a collected Schwartz delivered five. Maxwell Panthers was not Tuesday, Oct. 24, against team effort of 100 kill As a team, the Trojans available at press time. the Biggs Wolverines at attempts, delivered 56 kills. After the Greenville 5:30 p.m. Morrison served up six Sherman served six aces game the Trojans were inner raise an Mari Erin Roth also serves to preserve other Sports Editor wildlife and their habitat. eroth@plumasnews.com The banquet is at the Plumas-Sierra County The Feather River Chapter of Fairgrounds on Saturday, Nov. the Rocky Mountain Elk 4, starting at 5 p.m. Foundation is serving up prime More information on the rib at a banquet to raise funds to foundation or assistance in assist in the foundation's efforts obtaining a ticket is available on behalf of its namesake, from Theresa at 832-1663 or Actually, the foundation not online at RMEF.org, Feather only works to benefit elk, but River Chapter. Preservation of Rocky Mountain Elk, other wildlife and their habitat is the focus of a banquet dinner to be held Saturday Nov. 4, at Np.m. at the fairgrounds in Quincy. Photo submitted Eagles win 3-0 Mari Erin Roth unreturnable kills each. Sports Editor Precious Hlekahi served up 21 eroth@plumasnews.com aces during the sets followed by Megan Gallion with 13 for the Feather River College Eagles. volleyball played the Lassen Katie McKay handled the ball Cougars on Oct. 11 in Quincy with seven digs and Blackdeer and won three straight sets with had six. scores of 25-16, 25-13 and 25-15. As Feather River is 16-4 overall, a team, the Eagles delivered a with a three game winning total of 39 kills during the sets streak at their backs, and a 3-0 compared with 14 from the league record. This tally places Cougars. them as the number one Leading Eagle kills was Cyan volleyball team in the Golden Blackdeer with 11, Chelyn Valley league and ranks the Williams with 10, and Michaela Feather River Eagles as one of Ahlenslager and Madison the top 10 community college Howard each delivering seven volleyball teams in the state. viii Mari Erin Roth Sports Editor eroth@plumasnews.com The Greenville High volleyball team took on Westwood in Chester on Oct. 12 and won the game 3-0. The set scores were 25-15, 25-9 and a close 25-23 for the last game. Volcano senior Averie Navarro delivered eight kills to the Westwood Lumberjacks. Freshman Alexis Goodson scored for the Vols with six untouchables. Senior Kelsey Heard was on fire serving up nine aces to the Lumberjacks, Navarro served three. Narvarro was in the thick of the action, credited with 16 digs during the game and Ashlyn Bustamante had 11. Bustamante was the lead serve receiver with 11 and Narvarro picked up eight. The Greenville Indians have been playing fiercely this season and have a record of 9-9 overall and 3-0 in league play so far this year. With just a few games left in the season, the Volcanoes will meet the Lumberjacks again, this time in Westwood, on Thursday, Oct, 19. Then it's offto Loyalton on Tuesday, Oct. 24, and the last game of the season is against Herlong and will be played on the Chester High School court Thursday, Oct. 26, at 5:30 p.m. The Greenville Indians are all smiles after beating the Westwood Lumberjacks 3-0 in Chester on Oct. 12. Photo Mari Erin Roth Friday, Oct. 20 11 a.m. at ORL equipment room Saturday, Oct. 21 8 a.m. at ORL equipment room at Sunday, Oct. 22 8 a.m. ORL equipment room Have you been hearing about all the great new trail development in our backyard? Are you interested in developing your skills as a mountain biker to better take advantage of these great opportunities? The Outdoor Recreation Leadership Program is proud to offer a Beginning Mountain Biking class. Skills development are focused on bicycle maintenance and field repairs, efficient pedaling techniques, downhill riding postures, braking, accelerating and basic trail layout and design processes. Enroll in this class by visiting www.frc.edu/admissions. All questions can be directed to Saylor Flett at sflett( frc, edu Feather River College (530) 283-0202 ext. 222 570 Golden Eagle Ave. Quincy, CA for more info visit: www. ,edu/admissions ! i *!