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Bulletin, Record, Progressive, Reporter Wednesday, Oct. 21, 2015 3C Greg Knight heart out through 66 minutes Carlana once again served Sports Editor and put together a one goal, up an assist -- this time to two assist and five stealRoss -- who finished easily performance for the Trojans. on a sprint in the 19th Even though he didn't Carlana was so good, in minute. Ross then served up score the most individual fact, that he played a perfect Davis in the 22nd minute for goals for the Quincy boys' through ball in just the the goal. soccer team in its 6-0 win fourth minute to DJ Davis, In the second half, Wyatt over Squaw Valley Academy who was sprinting past the Hollister scored on a free last Thursday, Oct. 15, junior defenders before making akick from 28 yards out and Enzo Carlana played his calculated finish on the goal finished past the wall, to the for an early lead. far post past the keeper. One minute later there was Quincy keeper Noah an about-play, with a reverse Hardee was credited with service from Davis to one save to keep the clean QHS junior Enzo Carlana Carlana, who finished for the sheet for the Trojans. (No. 8) put up two assists, second goal of the game. The win gives Quincy an five steals and a goal in the Caleb Caporale completed 11-11-0 record overall, all game against Squaw Valley the third goal by picking up a while sitting firm at 8-2-0 in Academy, Thursday, Oct. 15. ricochet off the keeper after a Feather River League Photo by Greg Knight shot by Nathan Ross. standings. The Trojans will begin league playoffs this week. Details of the bracket were not available by press time, but Quincy ends the season in the No. 2 spot, just behind .' top-seeded Redding Christian: (13-0-0 overall, 9-0 league). unrlse sunset? rrect times to shoot Question: Can you clarify how to determine the correct shooting hours for big game? The California Mammal Hunting Regulations booklet reads, "Hunting and shooting hours for big game, including but not limited to deer, antelope, elk, bear and wild pig shall be from one-half hour before sunrise to one-half hour after sunset." Are sunrise and sunset published times for a specific CALIFORNIA OUTDOORS CARRIE WILSON California Dept. of Fish & Wildlife location or are they when the sun actually rises above the horizon or sinks below the Answer: The sunrise and sources including a GPS, you should adjust your shoot horizon for the exact position sunset times you should use which will give the time for times accordingly to be sure where the hunter is standing? are either those times printed your exact location, and many you are not shooting in the I ask because I've noticed in the local newspaper for the cellular telephones have darkness. published times can be quite area where you are hunting, information available for the different from what I am or if you look in the 2014-2015 closest town or your exact Carrie Wilson is a marine seeing in the sky when I am hunting regulations booklet location, environmental scientist with the standing in a mountainous for waterfowl and upland Safety should always be California Department ofFish and area. game, go by the shooting your first priority though. Wildlife. While she cannot If the times are published, hours times listed on pages 8-9 For example, if you're personally answer everyone's where may I find the correct for the location closest to hunting in a deep canyon with questions, she will select a few to sunrise/sunset tables for a where you are. high walls that partially block answer each week in this column. specific location? Although times will vary out the sunlight normallyContact her at --Al B. slightly, there are many other visible at sunrise or sunset, VOLLEYBALL, from pagelC In terms of attacking, season and is 1-1 in the MVL. Pioneer-Mountain League solo block, though Peters, blasted 16 kills on 26 tries, as Kaitlyn Dingel was the star The two squads will meet standings. Lambach and Alex Garcia well as logging 18 digs. for Quincy with seven kills on again on Oct. 29 in Portola, When it came to scoring, each added seven in the block Service aces were aplenty team in that department, 12 tries. She also had 20with the varsity action set to two Lady Indians were thedepartment as well. for Greenville all night; while also setting for 19 setting opportunities, 15start at approximately 7 p.m. best of the night; the duo of The Indians will travel to sophomore Haley Manning attacks, adding 13 receptions receptions and 10 digs on the Autumn Brown and Hannah Loyalton tomorrow, with had eight perfect serves in her and penciling in a kill and an defense. Plumas County recaps Lambach each scored sevenaction starting at 5:30 p.m. 21 trips to the line. ace. Junior Becca Grammer led Greenville 3, Herlong 0 points on the night, with Hannah Lambach and From the line, Mariah in receiving assists with 10 in Greenville was on fire Brown killing seven shots at Greenville 3, CORE Butte 1 Autumn Brown followed Ruelas was the most efficient the game. against the Herlong Lady the net. Lambach was the The Lady Indians overcameManning with four and three server for the Trojans as she The win gives Portola a Vikings last Tuesday, Oct. 13, killer at the line with seven an early pushback from CORE aces apiece, respectively. scored two aces on 20 serves 14-11 record overall and a as the Lady Indians won the service aces on 15 attempts. Butte on Thursday, Oct. 15 by McKenzie Brown, Averie with one error. Kaylin perfect 3-0 tally in Mid-Valley conference match, 3-0 (25-12, Junior phenom Valerie beating back the Lynx squad, Navarro and Peters each sent Henderson also served up two League standings. Quincy 25-10, 25-17) and advanced to Peters led the Indians with 15 3-1 (25-20, 20-25, 25-7, 25-17). two aces while Alex Garcia aces on 13 attempts with two dropped to 9-7 so far on the 13-9 overall and 2-0 in digs, seven receptions and a At the net, Valerie Peters added one. errors. SPORTS DESK, from pagelC A little bit closer to him toss. The final word Merle Trueblood, you needAnd last, but never least, Progressive Field All kidding aside, being Since this is my column, I a nice vacation. Val can run there is Randy Rick; you are With my luck, being derived closer to Cleveland will give get the last word. the department in your the man I believe is the organization, from Northern Irish stock, me a chance to see him in his Go Greenville Indians. You stead. Go checkout Aruba:greatest coach to ever touch See, now I don't have to Cody Anderson will get traded home element. With any will continue to win under It's nice this time of year. If the cages of FRC and I have thank y'all individually. If to the Yankees next week and luck, Cody won't have the coaches like Dave Keller,that's a bit pricey given state this to say; If it wasn't for this were a blog post I would my move, just a little closer to chance to march in Mike Chelotti, Dan Brown salaries, I know this place in you, there would be no add the requisite smiley Cleveland, will be all for homecoming next year -- and Jon Kusel. Southeast Alaska that outfits "sporting" me. emoji, but I can't do that naught should I decide I have he'll be battling for the ALCS Cody Anderson, please like no one's business. They Thanks, Randy. You are here. You have to use your the time (and cash) to make a pennant and a chance to gokeep winning. We all lovehave big guns, big fireplaces the man. imagination, trip to Progressive Field to see the World Series. you and you are the man. and good fishing. Go Golden Eagles. You've been thanked. FOOTBALL, from pagelC while grabbing seven It's not over just yet interceptions and 15 fumble There will be two more conversion, while Benbow recoveries. The front line tests for the Tigers. Coming and secondary have also up this Friday night the drove a 1-yard carry in for a recorded an average of 74squad will host Maxwell (4-2 TD. tackles per game. overall, 2-0 in league) in a At quarterback, Evan Leal In the game against WSCA conference showdown that went 3-of-10 for 55 yards in the air and added two carries every Tiger defensive player will likely determine the 2015 had at least one tackle -- MVL champion. for 12 yards, though Rodriguez stood out "This is going to be the above all others as he led biggest test and biggest game A smashing defense with 12 tackles, an of the season for us," Heskett The good news for Portola interception and fumble said. "(Maxwell) are a tough in every game so far this season has been the Tigers' recovery, team and they play hard defense. Remington also added 10 every game." So far, that defensive unit tackles of his own. The pair The game against Maxwell has racked up six sacks of Tyler Billups and Andrew is also the homecoming against opponents for 36 Franco each earned a sackcelebration for the Tigers. yards of lost yardage all against the WSCA offense.The homecoming royalty will be crowned between the thing standing in the way of That game is scheduled for junior varsity and varsity a perfect season will be Friday, Oct. 30, in Esparto. contests. Esparto, a team with a Kickoff for both games is If Portola wins that game current record of 4-3 overall set for 7:30 p.m., following the against Maxwell, the only and 0-1 in MVL standings.JV contests. Honored as the 5th Friendliest Golf Staff in the U. S. and the 9th Top Golf Course in California in 2014 by From now uniJl course closes From now until Oct. 31 "} ...... ~ '~ 2} -"(:: I: LE~M.A8 ][ I,N~,:,S GOLF RESORT 402 Poplar Valley Road Graeag Ca