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2C Wednesday, Oct. 29, 2014 Bulletin, Record, Progressive, Reporter m Greg Knight Sports Writer sports@plumasnews.com The Quincy Trojans soccer team staved off the Redding Christian High School Lions for more than 60 minutes last Thursday in the Feather River League championship before falling 2-0 in the waning minutes of the second half. The championship match, played in Redding, gave Quincy (14-3-1,6-1-1) its only conference loss of the season and, according to head coach Colin Dillingham, featured the play of freshman Miles Rubalcava-Cunan. "Miles had his best game of the season as the center midfielder for Quincy (in the game)," Dillingham said. "He consistently moved into open space, received balls with good control, and turned upfield and distributed to his teammates." Miles logged the only shot of the game after receiving a cross pass in the first half-- and then shot it just over the bar. "He positioned himself well in the first half when teammate Nathan Ross crossed the ball and Miles narrowly missed connecting on a header, which could have given Quincy an early lead in the game," Dillingham added Senior sweeper Dale Morgan was alsoon Dillingham's radar as one of the standout players of the game. "Dale played well all game, stopping numerous advances by Redding Christian players," Dillingham added. "He intercepted numerous passes and delivered the ball upfield to his teammates. Che Rubalcava-Cunan and Erik Schwartz also contributed significantly to the game as defensive backs. Brady Rick logged five saves." Quincy 2, Paradise Adv. 1 All it took was 80 minutes of hardcore, fundamental soccer play for the Trojans to emerge victorious last week against Paradise Adventist on a 2-1 final score in the first round of Feather River League playoff action. While the offense of Quincy was effective in getting the win against the Cougars thanks to a pair of goals from senior Erik Schwartz and juniorD.J. Davis in the first half, the true story of the victory revolves around Rick. Senior keeper Brady Rick goes for a save for the Trojans against Paradise Adventist last week. Photo by Greg Knight Before the game against Paradise, Rick managed to accumulate a record of 41 saves while only allowing 11 goals in 18 games -- and had an amazing nine shutouts against opponents this season In the playoff match against Paradise, Rick penciled in four sa es and only a single goal in the second half. Indians beat Westwood, headed for playoffs Greg Knight Sports Writer sports@plumasnews.com It didn't take long for the Greenville Indians football team (5-4, 3-2) to jump out in front with a 24-0 first-quarter lead against the Westwood Lumberjacks at home last Friday night, with quarterback Ray Bustamante delivering a 46-8 win and a playoff berth to his team.. On the third play of the game and with Westwood in possession of the ball, junior Darian Potts intercepted a pass from the Lumberjacks for a 58-yard touchdown return. Senior Logan Carmichael's two-point conversion gave the Indians an 8-0 lead -- and they hardly looked back after that. Two minutes later, senior halfback Walker Meyers scored again on a 47-yard, four-play drive for Greenville. Another two- pointer from Potts gave the Indians a 16-0 go-ahead lead. By the end of the first quarter the Indians led 24-0. In all, the Indians added 22 more points on the night, including a one-play, 55-yard scoring run and a 48-yard rushing TD from Potts -- and an amazing 32-yard TD run by James Martinez, who broke six separate tackles to get his six points on the board for Greenville. Westwood's only touchdown came in the early minutes of the fourth quarter off a 40-yard rushing play. The victory extended the winning streak for the Indians to four as the season Darian Potts (No. 10) is the hero for Greenville last Friday night as he helps take down Westwood with three touchdowns,, including a 58-yard interception returned for a score. Photo by Greg Knight wanes toward dreams of the playoffs. The identity of Greenville's first opponent in the hunt for a section title will have to wait until the season comes to a close, ., however. Greenville head coach Justin Allan said his team, which began the season with a !-4 run, worked hard to get back above .500 and into the playoffpicture. "We did what we set out to do, which was to turn our season around," Allan said. "We won the last four and are in the playoffs now and we still have a shot at a home playoff game as well. We'll just have to see." SETNIORS B EWARE ADVERTISEMENT surrender charges This week the team will end the regular season with an away face-off against the league's No. 2 team, the Loyalton Grizzlies (5-4, 4-1). Kickoff is set for 1 p.m. The first playoff opponent for Greenville will be determined this week. Port01a 14, Maxwell 28 Though they lost by a final score of 28-14, the Portola Tigers fought hard against the Maxwell Panthers on Friday night in Maxwell The Tigers (2-5, 0-3) will meet up with the Esparto Spartans (5-3, 2-1) this Friday night at home. Kickoff is set for 7:30 p.m. Quincy 14, Esparto 64 The Trojans extended to a two-game losing streak last Friday night as they fell 64-14 to Esparto at its homecoming in Yolo County. Quincy (2-5, 1-2) will end the regular season in Chester (4-4, 1-2) this coming Friday night Kickoff is set for 7:30 p.m. Chester The Volcanoes had a bye this week and will host Quincy on Friday night. Rick, a standout Trojan the coaches putting pressure hustled as a defender for the basketball player all four on us has made the team, and first half of the game. After years at Quincy, has only me, better players" recovering from a field played soccer this year. He Dillingham said Rick was injury, we put Dale back in at credits the pressure put on exceptional in the win. halfback, where he excelled him by his teammates as "Brady had a spectacular and really put his speed to being a huge assist in game, with five saves, use for Quincy" developing his game on the including a one-versus-one Junior Thomas Huang led pitch, after Paradise's No. 1 scorer the Trojans with a trio of "Every practice this season beat the last defensive player steals, while Ross, Jacob has been good for me since no in the second half of theBurnworth and Rubalcava- one on the team has ever game," Dillingham said. Cunan were each credited gone easy on me," Rick said. Dillingham also named with an assist in the win. "Our coaches made every Morgan as his player of the practice harder as well, so game. Playoffs that when we faced a team "Morgan played a fantastic The Trojans met with Fall like Redding Christian, who game, receiving many River yesterday in the first we lost 4-0 to at the beginning long-distance balls and round of playoff action. of the season, then you saw heading them to his Results for the game were not the 1-0 loss. Then, we tied teammates," Dillingham said available by deadline for them 1-1, so you can see how of his sweeper. "He really this story Tabitha Martinez (No. 1) boots it downfield for Portola against Quincy's Anna Hollister (No. 16) last week. Martinez made two goals in the second half to tie the Trojans 2-2. Photo by Greg Knight rls le Greg Knight Sports Writer sports@plu rnasnews.com In what would essentially be a fight to stay alive in the Feather River League girls' soccer standings, the Quincy Trojans and Portola Tigers battled to a 2-2 tie on Thursday, Oct. 23, in Quincy. 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Kelly 31 East Julian St., Ste. 23 1 San Jose, CA 95112 after freshman Emily girls' soccer team in the Walmer scored off a corner league, are firmly in the kick early in the first half. driver's seat for the playoffs Both Portola goals came as they have posted a 6-0-1 in the second half of the record so far. game as junior striker The season-defining Tabitha Martinez drove in a match between Quincy and pair, with both assists league-leading Chester that coming off the boot of senior was scheduled for Saturday, captain Victoria Benuto. Oct. 25, was rained out and '. Trojan junior Rachel rescheduled to Monday, Oct. :, Hanna was the saving grace 27. The results of that game for Quincy as she went one were unavailable by on one against Portola deadline for this story and keeper Sydney Holt in the will be featured in the Nov. 5 late minutes of the game to Sports and Recreation tie it up on a 2-2 final score, section With the tie Quincy holds The playoff picture for all on to the No. 2 spot in FRL three FRL squads breaks standings at 2-4-1 while down like this: the winner of: Portola holds down the No. 3 the Portola and Quincy spot with a 1-5-2 league game will face the No. 1 record. The Chester Volcanoes in Chester this Volcanoes, the only other coming Saturday. i'i'iiii 7'!; i i i!ii: i !i71 ii ii ii i i Topsoil & Compost ............. : ...... 12 yards, delivered*s325 Topsoil, Compost & Manure ...... 12 yards, delivered* $350 Manure Only ........................ , ...... 12 yards, delivered* $350 - Screened and Processed - SAND & GRAVEL AVAILABLE Call (530) 257-4506 *Susanville area, call for outlying areas. J I.