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Bulletin, Record, Progressive, Reporter Wednesday, Oct. 18, 2017 5C Soccer teams wrap season Mari Erin Roth Sports Editor The Chester Volcano girls' soccer team, standing from left: Coach Eric O'Kelley, Chandler Stout, Skyler Jansen, Crawford. Front from left: Jordon Smith, Brenah Delacour, goalie Kassi Nine-Squire and Becca Ryan. Quincy Trojans and Chester Volcanoes play head-to-head Oct. 13 in Chester. Photos Marl Erin Roth -p-la-y I~ia't h The Volcano volleyball is ready, with smiles in place, for their match against the Los Molinos Bulldogs on Oct. 3 in Chester. Standing, from left: Zoe Utterback, Emily Twitchell, Head Coach Natalie Petersen, Lyric Quinn, Grace Porter, Savannah Quinn and assistant coach Brittany Mattingly. Front row, from left: Faith Clarke, Markie Willhoit, Kerrington Daughtery, Jordan Guess, Kayla Wiseman, Ely Fernandez and Elizabeth Bereznak. Photo by Marl Erin Roth ' #r # % M g at 8 a.m. 79 Church St., Quincy Sophia Williams, Madi VerPlank, Chansey Juska and Kaycee The Chester Volcano girls hosted the Quincy Trojans in a match on the soccer field in Chester that ended 3-2 in favor of the Trojans. Brenah Delacour scored both of the Chester goals. There are challenges to playing soccer in the Sierra, say soccer coaches in and around the district. The snowy weather prohibits play during the spring soccer season and so mountain teams are faced with the task of even finding teams to play in the "adjusted to fall" season. But teams in the area have not let that stop their soccer fever. Quincy started the season with a schedule that consisted of seven matches against Chester and one against Lakeview. Chester initially 'only had two games against Lakeview planned. But things have worked out so that both teams have had much more time on the field. Portola's team is co-ed and has a list of five teams they played this year: Chico, Redding, Paradise, Squaw Valley and Quincy boys; they just play the teams multiple times. The Tigers wrapped up their season with a last game against Redding on Oct. 12. Greenville didn't have a soccer team of any sort for 2017. The Quincy boys' team seems to be the exception. The Trojan boys have had quite a season and are currently 10-0 in the league. They have been playing against eight different teams. Locally hosted tournaments early in the season were a big help kicking off the season and getting athletes more time on the field practicing their skills. Games remaining in the season, other than playoffs, are the Volcanoes vs. the Trojans in Chester on Thursday, Oct. 19, in Quincy Saturday, Oct. 28, and lastly on Saturday, Nov. 4, n-Quincy. PET ANNOUNCEMENTS Contest Winners, etc. PET ANNOUNCEMENT t'" Elly's Knight Mare Lady Elysees of Butterfly Val~and Galustrus Knight of Rogue River, Ore., welc~I~ Knight Mare Aug. 8, 2007, during a home ~~?. in Butterfly Valley. The newborn~e~~ inches at the withers. Maternal gr~ are Dorothy and Dennis Miller of Butterfly Paternal grandparents are Sharon and Gordon Westergard of Rogue River, Ore. Great grandmother is Donna Miller of Quincy. EUy's joins sibling Andy, 11. PET ANNOUNCEMENT Brutis "Big Boy" Smith Brutis Smith, age 12, went to that great mouse- hunt in the sky Aug. 2014. He the yards for lizards. He was a great guard cat, chasing dogs from the front yard. He is survived by his sister, Freda, canine friend Bo and human servants Steve and Ellen Smith. Bring the information to one of our offices, or email The announcement will run one week i. ( in the newspaper of your choice listed below: Everything must No reasonable offer refused, Call Keith for more information or an appointment (550) 864-6987