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..C Wednesday, Oct. 22, 2014 Bulletin, Record, Progressive, Reporter Quincy bounces Portola in straight sets   Greg Knight exercise in quick scoring as From a player standpoint, Sports Writer the Trojans put away the Trojan senior Jasmine sports@plumasnews.com Tigers on a quick first set. Sherman was all over the Portola was able to apply court with a combination of It was anyone's guess who some pressure in the second isolation plays, cut shots and Che Rubalcava-Cunan would snag the No. 2 spot in by coming close to tying it double blocks with fellow gets around a Redding the Mid-VaUey League up, but it was in the third senior Samantha Keely Christian defender last standings last week as the that the Tigers started out acting as a powerhouse of Wednesday in Quincy. The Quincy Trojans volleyball with a lead that would not be defense. Trojans tied the Lions 1-1 team hosted No. 3 Portola for relinquished to Quincy until Sherman, who was moved in a game with playoff a battle royale that ended the teams were tied, 9-9. from setter to middle for the implications. Photo by Greg with the Tigers falling in Quincy head coach Chad Portola match, said the Knight straight sets, 25-18, 25-13 and Hyink said the Tigers were Trojans were working on 25-18. able to push back hard in the beating themselves in the The Trojans (23-6, 2-0) came later sets thanks to some later sets -- though they were into the match with a single game-day jitters on his side able to right the ship and get 3-0 (25-14, 25-18, 25-12) league of the net, but that once his the win. win shutout against Maxwell team got rolling, it was an "(Portola) really weren't on Oct. 9. With an equally easy win. doing anything special, it good league record to boot, "I think we came out with was just us getting inside our the Tigers (15-15, 2-1) had some nervous energy own heads against them," Trojans boys tie it up with Lions previously logged a pair of because this is such a big Sherman said. "Our serves wins on a 3-1 beating of rivalry game for us," Hyink and our hitting were a bit off, Maxwell and a 3-0 (25-14, said. "We were able to settle so we regrouped, focused as a Greg Knight pushed and made some playoffs this week as the 25-19, 25-11) blanking of down, though, and put some team and got the win." Sports Writer serious advanceson goal," No. 2 seed and faced No. 3 Biggs. serves in, keep the ball in Hyink, who recently sports@plumasnews.com said head coach Colin seed Paradise Adventist The game Tuesday was an play and take the win." adjusted Sherman's position Dillingham. "Erik took (10-6, 4-4) on Tuesday, Oct. You could almost smell three shots that each missed 21. The results of that game . on the court, praised her skill on both offense and defense the fear coming off the the goal by inches to a foot." will be available in the Oct. after the game. Redding Christian boys With one minute 29 Sports and Recreation soccer team as it faced the remaining in the game, section of the newspaper. "She's a great player and a Trojans on Thursday, Oct. Schwartz bypassed multiple great setter, and she is a 16 -- with Quincy battling Redding Christian Portola tremendous athlete that we hard against the Lions to a defenders and delivered the The Portola Tigers boys' can use wherever," Hyink 1-1 tie and a wresting away ball to midfielder Che soccer team lost its final said. "She did a great job at of Redding's previously Rubalcava-Cunan in front game of the regular season the net tonight and that's unbeaten win-loss record, of the goal, where he last week in a 6-0 drubbing exactly what we expect from The Lions entered the immediately tied it up with by Paradise Adventist her:" game with a thrilling 18-0 a left-footed shot. Academy. In terms of the looming (7-0 league) record to lead "The crowd went wild Playing in Paradise, the playoffhunt, Hyink said he is the Feather River League when Quincy scored with Tigers were unable to looking forward to the end Of standings, but the Trojans only a minute remaining in capitalize offensively as the the season and a chance to were able to throw the the game," Dillingham said. Cougars systematically took win big with a home-court kitchen sink at them, with "Dale Morgan also played a them apart, scoring two goals advantage. senior Erik Schwartz fantastic defensive game, in the first half and adding "First things fin'st, we hav hustling all 80 minutes of logging six steals, as well as four more in the second, to keep winning," he said. "I the fast-paced game. many intercepted passes. Portola (1-11, 0-6) will think we'll be looking at a Schwartz's game was so He beat Redding Christian enter the playoffs this No. 2 seed coming out of good, in fact, that he earned to almost every season as the No. 4 seed. Its league, which will give us recognition as the Trojan long-distance goal keeper only win in 2014 came back home court until we lose, player of the game. kick up the field and would on Oct. 2 when it was though we're not going to Starting out as a deliver perfect headers to victorious over Squaw lose. Durham is the team to defender, Schwartz earned Quincy teammates." Valley Academy, winning beat in our section, among five steals and made several Senior defender Lucas the match 3-1. three or four others full-field sprints in the first Donald also played an The results for the Oct. 21 including us." half to rally the Trojans -- excellent game, logging four playoff game between Durham, also a Trojans and get them an assist when steals against the Lions. Portola and top-seeded team in the Northern they needed it the most. The tie puts Quincy at Redding Christian will be Sarah Nolan (No. 3) sets up a Trojan o'fensive play against Section, has beaten Quincy "During the second half, 14-2-1overall, witha6-1-1 available in the Oct. 29 Portola on Tuesday, Oct. 14. Quincy won the game in twice this season and particularly when Quincy league record. The Trojans Sports and Recreation straight sets, 3-0. Photos by Greg Knight currently maintains a 22-2 was down 0-1, Erik really began Feather River League section of the newspaper. (1-1 league) record. The Quincy girls also beat Biggs in a road game that Saw them victorious in a 3-0 final tally. The Trojans will NEW VJHHLES : next face Liberty Christian AFJfJG (12-5-1) on Thursday evening : in Redding. DAILY! " - Greenville  i!, The Greenville Lady Indians (5-12, 2-0) put a 3-0 ...... hurt on Loyalton (1-8, 1-3) last ......... , week as the Grizzlies 'B virtually fell to the basement .::: : of the Pioneer-Mountain .... League. The win, in straight sets of 25-11, 25-17 and 25-19, saw four Greenville players achieve perfection in the serving rotation: Marissa Willets, Valerie Peters, Stevie Joseph and Autumn Brown each logged a perfect record from the line. On offense, Nikole Machado was perfect on her kill percentage with three and also served up an attack SUPER CR[PS FOUNTAIN DRINK FROM S00A00LLE SUPERMARKET [GA! fw rthe Lady Indians in the Greenville also won its Oct. 16 varsity match against Herlong (25-13, 26-24, 25-19) in a game that saw the Indians face a resurgent Lady Vikings squad in the second Mike Schmidt has game before beating them been part of the back by a pair of points. Wheels West team The Indians will travel to for almost a year. Westwood (9-5, 1-1) tomorrow After retiring from night to take on the the sheriff's office at Lumberjacks starting at 5 the end of 2012, he p.m. was looking for something else to Chester do. He sold cars many years ago in Southem It took five sets for the Califomia and thought he would give it Mercy Warriors (16-10, 5-2)to another try. After mooting the sales team at Wheels West, he found them to be take a hard-fought 3-2 win professional, honest and hard-working, over the Chester Lady Lets face it, used car salesmen don't have Volcanoes (2-17, 0-6) on the best reputation. Wheels West strives to Tuesday, Oct. 14, in Red change that impression by being honest and Bluff. making your car buying experience different It looked good for Chester than what you may have experienced in the in the early going as the past. squad took the first set in a "1 have boon married to my beautiful wife 25-20 nailbiter. The Joan for 16 years and have a son who is Volcanoes justconldn'tkeep serving in the United States Air Force currently completing Basic Military Training the momentum going, at Lackland AFB Texas," says SchmidL "Come however, as they dropped by or call me to help you with finding or two in a row (25-20, 25-16). purchasing a qual'dy plus certified used car" Coming back in the fourth set, Chester was able to stave off the Warriors with a 25-21 set victory. The decisive fifth set went to Mercy on a 15-7 final score. Chester will have a shot at avenging an Oct. 7 loss to Redding Christian (6-9-1, 1-2) tomorrow night at Palo Cedro. Action is set to begin at 5:30 p.m.