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Bulletin, Record, Progressive, Reporter Wednesday, Oct, 29, 2014 3( Greg Knight forward. She also stressed fought and ultimately Sports Writer that playing fundamental became part of the win sports@plumasnews.com volleyball has been integral streak enjoyed by the to getting the wins of late. Indians. With a six-game winning "We have become more of streak under its belt, the a team when it comes to the Westwood 3, Greenville 0 Greenville Lady Indians way we play, and our overall In what was one of the volleyball team (7-13, 4-1) has game has gotten way better closest scoring battles the been resurgent and kept its than in the beginning of the Lady Indians faced all year, winning ways going last season," Autumn said. "For Greenville fell 3-0 to Westwood Tuesday night with a 3-0 the most part, we have on Thursday, Oct. 23. (25-14, 25-17, 25-7) win over improved our passing game a The game ended with CORE Butte Charter School lot and have been able to get scores of 26-24, 28-26 and 25-18 of Chico. a set and put the game away and each of the Greenville The Indians had managed, early." offensive players penciled in lover the course of the past House, a senior middle double digits on the attack. month and until their game hitter for the Indians, said Senior Marissa Willits led :with Westwood, to only allow that she has focused on with 28 total attacks, iopponents wins in four sets making her game better one followed closely by Lincoln -- and have managed to log a piece at a time, with a good with 20. In kills, Lincoln and Statistical record of 5.1 kills measure of help from headBrown led with five apiece. per set, put up 69 total blocks, coach Dan Brown. The Indians will play hit for 169 service aces and "(Coach) Brown has reallytonight in Chester and will average three aces per set. helped me a lot as the season travel to Herlong on Nov. 4, The defense of the CORE has gone on," House said. "I before closing out the regular Lynxes was so lacking used to have a really awful season with a rematch during the game that hit that wouldn't go over or against the CORE Lynxes in Greenville's normally high would go out and down. Now, Chico on Nov. 6. dig rate was tamped down a with his help and the team's bit, with senior Nikole help, I have improved a lot. Liberty Christian 0, Machado earning four and They have fLxed me up in my Quincy 3 fellow senior Brook House game and I love them for The Quincy volleyball and sophomore Valerie Peter that." squad earned its 15th fighting for two apiece. For his part, coach Brownconsecutive win last week Senior Trinity Lincoln was a said his team will keep against Liberty Christian as firecracker on the stops for working on the basics, with the Lady Trojans downed the Greenville as well, with a an eye to catching any major Patriots 3-0 (25-17, 25-19, pair of solo blocks to her errors in the way the players 25-14) in Redding. credit, approach the game. With a 27-6 record overall After the game, Greenville "We're continuing to get and a perfect 5-0 tally in athletic director Mike better by focusing on ourMid-Valley League play, the Chelotti said he was proud of weaknesses, and there areTrojans are atop the the team and the way it is plenty of teams out there that standings and will face playing at the end of the will capitalize on that if we Portola tomorrow night on season, all while looking are not ready," he said. the road. The match is set to toward the playoffhunt -- "Fixing those deficiencies in begin at 6:55 p.m. and made note of how the our game and working to Indians' not-so-tall players perform at that level is what Portola 3, Maxwell 0 have risen to the occasion, will get us better and better. The Lady Tigers beat up on "For our size of a school we All the preseason games the Panthers by posting a 3-0 are playing very well this against higher-level teams (25-6, 25-22, 25-9) road win in year," Chelotti said. "The big has made them strong going Maxwell last week. issue we had early on is that into league." Portola (18-16, 4-4) will face we were playing 'up' against With the win over CORE the Quincy Trojans this week. schools that are way taller and thanks to a loss to than us. If you look at our Westwood, Greenville sitsRedding Christian 3, team, we are not very tall. I tied at 4-1 atop the Chester 0 think we'll do well in the Pioneer-Mountain League in The Lady Vols dropped an playoffs, as the girls have the CIF Northern Section.away match to Redding learned to play height to In the team's first meeting Christian last Thursday on a their advantage." with the Lumberjacks, back 3-0 (25-15, 25-18, 25-6) final score. Setter Autumn Brown, a on Oct. 7, the young women Chester (2-21, 0-8) will junior for Greenville, said from Greenville took away a travel to Greenville tonight the team has grown together 3-2 (25-16, 23-25, 25-22, 22-25, with action set to start at as the season has gone 17-15) win that was hard 6:55 p.m. McCarthy will join WOU Hall of Fame Feather River College Oregon, McCarthy was a part recruiter and athletic of a 2005 Western Oregon advisor Greg McCarthy is set team that garnered a 42-15 ~to be honored for his time as record and traveled to the a player at Western OregonNCAA Division II regional Feather River College : University, where he played final. McCarthy was named a college baseball for four co-region player of the year recruiter and advisor Greg . years under current FRC for the Wolves and was also a McCarthy is set to be i head coach Terry Great Northwest Athletic inducted into the Western Baumgartner. j Conference player of the Oregon University Athletic McCarthy has been invited year. During his college Hall of Fame in January. to a ceremony to induct him career he hit a Photo submitted into the Wolves' Athletics record-breaking .442 on theGiants in the minord. Hall of Fame for his season and was the career McCarthy's best season contributions in athletics, leader in doubles (51) and overall at the plate came in McCarthy still holds several RBIs (183). 2005 while playing in records at WOU including After college, McCarthy Arizona as he hit .333 in 51 the No. 1 spot in RBIs, played at catcher in the at-bats. The highlight year of number of hits in a singleminor leagues for the his work at catcher was in game, doubles and base hits Arizona Giants rookie team 2006 when his fielding and remains in the top 10 in and for a full:season Class-A percentage hit .987 on 127 many other areas, including team, the Augusta putouts and 26 assists with home runs, batting averageGreenjackets in Georgia. only two errors all season. and runs scored. Both teams are affiliated The ceremony will take Originally from Corvallis,with the San Francisco place in Monmouth, Oregon, NO HASSLES DELIVERED TO YOUR You get the rebates, special pricing & AREA Let Toyota, Nissan, Honda, Hyundai, Ford, Chew, GMC, Cadillac, Lexus, Chrysler, Dodge, Jeep, Kia, Subaru, Lincoln, Buick, Acura, Audi, BMW, Mazda, Volkswagon & Volvo me work for you and save time & money. Just a phone call away! Call Jack: S30-Z83-CARS (2277) or S30-966-S463 1970 E. Main St., Quincy Greenville junior setter Autumn Brown puts up a serve against CORE Butte last Tuesday night. The Indians beat the Lynxes 3-0. Photo by Greg Knight II II w'ns b" Greg Knight FRC 3, Redwoods 0 FRC vs. Butte College Sports Writer Two days later, Oct. 24, the The Golden Eagles will sports@plumasnews.com Lady Golden Eagles soared host Butte College tonight their way to a win againststarting at 6 p.m. The The Lady Golden Eagles Golden Valley Conference Roadrunners (17-6, 4-1) are volleyball team began a basement-dweller College of one of only a handful of four-game road run with a the Redwoods on a 25-12, teams this season to have win in an Oct. 22 match 25-10 25-1 jaunt in Eureka. won a game against FRC; against Shasta College on a back on Oct. 10 the squad 3-1 (25-13, 25-16, 19-25, 25-~6) FRC 3, Cabrillo (1) 1 final score -- and saw Nine In their first game at thefrom Oroville was able te Holmes and Marinda Thomas Santa Rosa Classic take a 25-12 win in the first combine defensively in the tournament, the FRC women game of the match. Not to game for 25 digs with 13 and took on top-ranked Cabrillo outdone, or beaten, the 12, respectively. College (20-0, 6-0) and battled Eagles put up three winning, While Holmes and Thomas to a 3-0 loss (25-23, 25-23, 25-22) games in a row (25-14, 25-18, (who also had 32 total attacks against the Seahawks in one 25-23) to take the victory. in the game) were the queens of the closest matches FRC head coach Sarah of defense for the Golden between the two all seasonRitchie said the match with Eagles, Jessica Jackson long. Butte is one her team has logged an unbelievable 34 Back on Sept. 13, the been preparing for all week. assists from the line, Golden Eagles came within a "Butte is our rival," followed by another 17 game of tying it up and Ritchie said. "I used to coming from Lie Herloskey. possibly beating the coach there and my assistant Thomas led FRC in scoring Seahawks in a 3-2 loss (25-15, and I both played there as overall With 17.5 points. 15-25, 25-2Z 20-25, 15-13). That well, so it's always been a Stephanie Ovitz was also in match was the only time this rivalry since I started double digits with 13 points season that any team has coaching at Feather River. and Justine Cota was close managed to put up two games They always play their best behind with eight points in against Cabrillo. volleyball against us and the win. Thomas also led in kills with 17, while Ovitz FRC 3, Santa Rosa 0 we're looking forward to a smashed 12 of her own across The FRC squad (17-2, 5-0) good match. They definitely the net. wrapped up tournament playhave gotten better this Alanna Watt and Abbie Saturday with a 3-0 (25-13, season and we have been Mikelson each added 14 26-24, 25-14) win over theworking to beat them attacks, with Justine Cote Santa Rosa Junior College because they are going to logging 12 as well. Lady Bear Cubs. come out ready to beat us." Everything !, ! t ..