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Bulletin, Record, Progressive, Reporter ~ Wednesday, Oct. 31, 2012 5C 'James Wilson Panthers 33-15 on Friday, Though most in atten- At one point, when Sports Reporter Oct. 26. dance saw the ball slip out of Chester was down at the sports@plumasnews.com Chester coaches said a University Prep player's Panthers' 10-yard line, a flag calls were made during the hands and a Chester player was thrown immediately af- In a game riddled with game in favor of University jump on top of it, the offi- ter the snap. The referees be- questionable calls by the ref- Prep, including discounting cials ruled the ball was in gan counting the number of crees, Chester prevailed a fumble recovery by possession of University players on the field looking over the University Prep Chester. Prep. for an illegal formation. Portola's Oscar Romero and Chester's David Estacio both excel at rushing. Romero and Estacio will face off in Portola on Friday, Nov. 2 during the highly anticipated game between the Tigers and Volcanoes. The winner of the game will be the number-one seed of the conference. Photos by James Wilson ri James Wilson Portola leads the confer- expectations for Friday's Sports Reporter ence with Chester in second, game. Though it takes place sports@plumasnews.com Maxwell is third, in Portola, buses are Home-field advantage is planned to transport Chester Chester's football team on the line for both teams. If fans to the game. Both sides plays Portola on Friday, the Tigers win, all their ofthe field are expected to be Nov. 2 in possibly Plumas playoff games will be in Par- filled Friday. County's most anticipated tola. Chester is fighting for "This is going to be a game of the season, home-advantage as well, but tough game," commented Both teams' records are have even more on the line. Chester's coach Terry Her- outstanding this season. Par- If Chester loses, Maxwell nandez. "I told my players talc is undefeated and will bump up to second and that Portola is going to test Chester only lost one game, Chester will fall to third. If their manhood. They're go- which was to Maxwell on the Volcanoes win, they will ing to come right at us ,and what it takes to win. Oct. 12. move up to the number-one hit us hard. We'll see how "I think we play better on Both teams have an array seed and Portola will be werespond to that." .:,~::~: the road," said Hernandez. of talent. Impressive player numbertwo. Portola's coach s{~ve "We focus on onlyone thing; stats span both rosters. Both teams have high Heskett is equally excited football." about the match up. "This is the game for Mountain Valley League championship and the num- ber-one seed," said Heskett. "Home-field advantage throughout the playoffs is on the line. It just doesn't get any better." Though Portola has the home advantage over Chester, Hernandez said he is confident his team has Chester ran the same forma- tion the entire game. "They were calling penal- ties that were completely un- related to the game of foot- ball," said Chester's coach Terry Hernandez. "! told my team the best way to win was to be so far ahead the calls wouldn't matter." The Volcanoes took Her- nandez's words to heart and played strong. Chester relied heavily on its running game and triumphed significantly. All of Chester's game-win- ning plays were big ones. Chester score l the only touchdown in the first half when Colin Houlihan ran 50 yards in the first quarter for a score. Both teams traded the ball through the second quarter with no score. "We were a little flat in the first half," said Hernan- dez. "We came out in the sec- ond half a completely differ- ent team, though." Chester opened the sec- ond half with a 40-yard touchdown run by Rocklin Loranger. Trevor Roberts then ran the ball in for a two-point conversion to put Chester up by 14. After an unsuccessful drive by University Prep, chester obtained control of the ball. David Estacio ran 50 yards for Chester's third touchdown. University Prep once again failed to move the ball and Chester took full advan- tage of it. Loranger ran for another Volcanoes touch- down. This was Loranger's 13th touchdown of the season. Chester seemed unstop- pable in the third quarter. The Volcanoes made their way to the Panthers' one- yard line and Hunter Morris ran the ball into the end zone for Chester's final touchdown of the game. University Prep attempt- ed a comeback, but was too far behind to make any real difference. The Panthers scored at the end of the third quarter and once again with only seconds left in the game. University Prep also made a safety in the fourth- quarter. Loyalton 41, Greenville 14 Greenville was upset by Loyalton Oct. 26..in its last game of the regular season. The Indians made two touchdowns the whole game. Cooper Kingdon and Wyatt Van Fleet scored the touch- downs and Jacob Henry ran the ball in for a two-point conversion. The toss dropped Greenville's final record for the regular season to 5-4 and 3-2 in league. Greenville travels to Dunsmuir Nov. 2 for its first playoff game. Chabot 40, Feather River College 33 In a close game, Feather River College lost to Chabot Oct. 26. Chabot and FRC traded plays throughout the game and stayed neck and neck until Chabot scored its win- ning touchdown with one minute remaining. FRC's Dylan Young, LeVon Pearson, Ryne Wall and Austin Peterson all scored touchdowns for the Eagles. Trevor Gipson kicked two field goals; one was 29 yards and the other 37 yards. Feather River's loss dropped it to 3-5 for the sea- son. 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