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Bulletin, Record, Progressive, Reporter Wednesday, Oct. 22, 20.14 7; Panthers foul Trojans' homecoming, 48-8 Greg Knight Sports Writer sports@plumasnews.com If any one player can be considered the hero of the Quincy Trojans' homecoming campaign last Friday against Maxwell, it would have to be senior team co-captain Craig Martynn -- for making a 65-yard touchdown run on the opening play of the fourth quarter and saving some face for his team as they fell 48-8. Trailing 28-0 at the end of the third quarter, the TD by Martynn was punctuated by a successful two-point conversion from the arm of quarterback Matt Beeson to split end Cody Morrison to give Quincy the only points they would score all night. "That play was there most of the night and I had been held up and couldn't make any moves, so when I finally busted one open I just took it to the end zone," Martynn said. "But none of us played to our potential in this game. I know I didn't and we are better than this." Beeson added that as practices roll forward this week in preparation for a road game against Esparto (4-3, 1-1) his team has to settle down, put in some work -- and not let emotions fly at the wrong time. "After we beat Portola, which is a good team, I guess we rode the high a little too high and got handled this week by Maxwell," Beeson said. "So, we're going to have to have a good week of practice before we head down to Esparto/' The Panthers, while able to put points up in each quarter, were held tightly by a Trojans defense that kept the score from becoming a runaway train on the evening. One of the keys to that defensive stand was Bram DeMartile as he was all over the Maxwell front to save a number of running plays up the middle. "Our defensive line played very tough, but what it came down is that we needed to get a lot better penetration into their offensive set," DeMartile said. "When it came to wrapping up, we made some good tackles and key stops but we didn't make .our way into their backfield. That is something we have to work on this week in practice." After the game, head coach Tom Goss expressed not only his frustration over the loss but also his expectations going forward against Esparto this Friday and the season closer against Chester on Oct. 31. "We didn't play to our potential," Goss said. "We didn't play well and they did. It was a poor performance, bottom line. In our next two games we will be focusing on the wins and hopefully won't have the distractions homecoming brings. Maybe going on the road will be a good thing for us." The Trojans (2-4, 1-2) will play the Esparto Spartans at Esparto this Friday night with kickoff set for 7 p.m. Quincy will close out the regular season on Halloween night at FRC stadium and will kick offat 7:30 p.m. Greenville The Greenville Indians rose to .500 on the season (4-4, 2-2) as the team took to the road and beat back the Happy Camp Indians (2,6, 0-3) on a 48-14 smashing. Greenville was on fire from the start as quarterback Ray Bustamante, on the first play of the game, tossed an 88-yard touchdown pass to James Martinez. The overall scoring leader for GHS was Walker Myers with four rushing TDs on the night. A number of injuries almost sidelined Greenville early on in the game as they lost Bustamante, Martinez and center Brent Washoe to injuries in the second quarter, though head coach Trojans quarterback Matt Beeson (No. 7) hands off to Craig Martynn (No. 17) lastFriday night against Maxwell. Martynn scored the only touchdown in the game for Quincy as they fell 48-8 at homecoming. Photo by Greg Knight Justin Allan said they should return healthy this coming Friday. Normally a running back and receiver, Darian Putts came in at QB and played the remainder of the game for Greenville. Allan's team will host Westwood this weekend and face the Lumberjacks (1-6, 1-2) with kickoff set for 7p.m. Chester The Chester Volcanoes football team fell in a one-point loss to the Esparto Spartans on Friday night-- on a final score of 22-21. The Vols managed to tie the game 14-14 in the third quarter, but the Spartans came back with a two-point conversion after a touchdown in the fourth to edge out Chester's TD with a single PAT. The Vols (4-4, 1-2) will have a bye this week and will travel to QuincY on Halloween evening to take on the Trojans Portola The Tigers (2-4, 0-2) had a bye last week. They will face Maxwell this Friday night on the road. 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