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Bulletin, Progressive, Record, Reporter Wednesday, Oct. 20, 2010 3C Local Eagle When athletes from the lo- cal area compete at the col- lege level, it&apos;s nice when we can go watch them playat Feather River College, Pic- tured, from' left: women's soccer players Gaby Naranjo of Quincy, Rosie Flores of Portola, Kayla Healey Of Westwood and Blanca Ruiz and Jessica Lusk of Quincy; softball players Brittany Pot- ter, Jessica Bennett, Kather- in e Drybread and Leah Barnes, all from Quincy; men's soccer players Octavio Flores and Reece Housel of Portola and Matthew Wilson of Loyalton; Basketball play- er Ricky King of Quincy; baseball player Cody Ander- son of Quincy; football play- ers Tra Ross of Quincy and Mathew Reed of Greenville; Volleyball players Natalie Ray of Quincy, Megan Til- ford of Westwood and Katy Batchelder of Quincy; song and dance squad members Lindsay Anderson, Che Lanouette and Kaline LeCoq of Quincy. Photo by Alicia Knadler Portola senior Suzanne Filippini keeps the ball in play for the Lady Tigers. Photo by Shannon Morrow Quincy edged Esparl;o in five games Oct. 14. The Quincy play- ers pictured, from left, are Katie Barnes, Elizabeth Volz and Shannon Eliason. Photo by Kirn Eliason ; New patients welcome... Barbara Mauck, FIVP Is now accepting family practice patients o fall ages at Northeastern Health Center 1850 Spring Ridge Drive. To make an appointment with Barbara Mauck, FNP please call Family Health Suite "C" at k&251-5 000 extension #245. Northeastern Rural Health Clinics "Quality healthcare, Your Choice... Our commltm4nt" .i Kadie Miller, left, and Natalie Ray provide a strong presence at the net in FRC's 3-0 win last Friday. Photo by Shannon Morrow 00Volleyball Roundup The Chester High School girls' soccer team finished its regular season with two shutouts against Quincy and Portola last week, giving the Volcanoes a 7-0-1 league record. Chester defeated Portola 2- 0,Oct. 15, and beat Quincy 5- 0, Oct. 13. "The score does not reflect how intense and physical the match was," said Chester coach Eric O'Kelley. "Porto- la came out to make a state- ment. They were focused, physical and were playing with a lot of intensity." Chester scored the first goal late in the first half with a beautiful 20-yard shot by Miranda Lemons. The score remained 1-0 for almost the remainder of the game, until Shannon O'Kelley delivered an insur- ance goal in the final few minutes with a short-range shot that was highly contest- ed by Portola players. "The Chester team showed resilience and the mental ability to meet a tough chal- lenge and find a way to win," said O'Kelley. "Once again, our defense was solid and recorded their third straight shutout." Two nights earlier, Chester dismantled Quincy 5-0. McKenna Taylor scored four goals and Allison Scott scored one. This season, the Volcanoes have totaled 33 goals while conceding just four. MT HUFF GOLF COURSE 4528 yards ... Par 66 OCT. GOLF SPECIAL 18 Holes & Cart =25 (No other discounts apply) { CHRISTMAS LUNCHEON Soup, Salad & Dessert Private Golf Instruction with . Golf Pro Steve Ross Member NCGA Lunch menu Tee times recommended Open Daily 9am-5pm (weather permitting) 284-6204 Greenville's Dani Elsten, a sophomore libero, gets u dif- ficult serve for the Indians. Photo by Shannon Morrow 00IF,.tDII00WN Golf. Course 18 Hole Championship Course CALL FOR FALL RAaXS Graeagle Meadows Golf Course Restaurant Breakfast & Lunch 7 Days Full Bar Deck Di Pro Shop 836-2323 Restaurant, 836< Hwy 89, Graeagle njng !348 The legend at... Golf Re'sort Come see all the improvements! Only *40 for the rest of the season! Includes Cart! 530-832-5067 One of the High Sierra's Most Beautiful Reorts Full Bar and Lunchtime Grill Golf Course Villas for Nightly & Weekly Stays Facility Rental for Your Events