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2C Wednesday, Nov. 3, 2010 Bulletin, Progressive, Record, Reporter The Chester High School volleyball team moved to the top of the league standings after capturing a huge 3-1 victory against Redding Christian last Thursday, Oct. 28. Chester lost the first game 25-20, but then won the next three games 25-19, 25-22 and 25-14, avenging a 3-0 loss to Redding Christian ear- lier in the season. Pic- tured is senior Natalie Pe- tersen, Photo by Shannon Morrow Tigers win The Portola High School football team scored three touchdowns in the fourth quarter to defeat St. Bernard's 41-31 Saturday, Oct. 30. Portola quarterback Piero Sevaggio completed eight of 13 passes for 170 yards and three touchdowns. Senior Kyle Heskett led Portola's ground game with 141 yards on 16 carries. Hes- kett was also Portola's lead- ing receiver, with four catches for 76 yards. Mario Rodriquez was the leading scorer for the Tigers, with two touchdown catches and one touchdown run. Rodriguez also made 5- of-6 PAT kicks. Heskett rushed for two touchdowns, and Evan Hungerford made one touch- down reception. On defense, Selvaggio, Hungerford and Rodriguez each earned six solo tackles, while Klint Williams led Portola's Flint Fambrough (No. 65), Mario Rodriguez (No. 24) and Tyler Atkins (No. 42) stuff a St. Bernard's ball carrier last Saturday. Photo by Maria Popish with seven assists. Heskett snagged two inter- ceptions and one fumble re- covery, and returned two kickoffs for 73 yards. The Plumas-Lassen Connection Telephone Directory Sherri, Kay, Karen 283-0800 RECORII - MIYOU II l?ll Val Alesha, Michael 258-3115 832-4646 Cheri, Vai 258-3115 Laura, Jill, Betsy, Lori Val 257-5321 258-3115 Senior fullback Alex Easley rushed for 187 yards and three touchdowns in Quincy's 34-14 victory last Friday. Photo by Susan Brown Quincy takes care of Williams The Quincy High School football team gained an im- portant 34-14 victory over Williams last Friday, im- proving the Trojans to 4-1 in league. With 388 total yards rush- ing in the game, the Quincy Trojans scored three touch- downs in the first quarter and went into halftime with a 28-14 advantage. Quincy's ground game was led by AIex Easley, with 187 yards on 17 carries, and Cameron Diaz Deleon, with 143 yards on 16 carries. Diaz Deleon completed three of six passes for 79 yards and one touchdown. Easley ran in three touch- downs for th~TLrojans. Diaz Deleon rushed ~_fgf, one touch- down, and Cal Blanton made a touchdown catch. Blanton also scored two two-point conversions. Women's soccer plays at home The Feather River College women's soccer team hosted the Shasta College Knights Oct. 26, and the Knights walked away with a 3-2 confer- ence victory. The opening half of the match looked promising for the Lady Eagles, as they jumped out to a 2-0 lead. Sage Clark opened the scoring with a breakaway goal just eight minutes into the match. Twenty-two minutes later, Quincy local Blanca Ruiz was assisted by Madeline Ramos and picked up her third goal of the season. With a 2-0 halftime lead, the Lady Eagles felt comfortable. But no lead is safe, and 2-0 may be the most dangerous lead in soccer. Momentum can shift quickly, and Tues- day afternoon it did. Ten minutes into the second half Shasta was awarded a corner kick and converted a header into a goal. Shasta tied the match 23 minutes later and found the eventual game winner in the final 10 minutes. Eagles keeper and Portola native, Kayla Healey, came out for a ball but was chipped over for the match winner. "Kayla has come a long way as a keeper, and she had an outstanding day, making 10 saves for us," said FRC coach Don Williams. "We are so proud of her efforts, as we are of all of our women. They nev- er gave up or stopped fight- ing." Redwoods 4, FRC 1 Golden Valley Conference leaders College of the Redwoods came to Quincy Oct. 22, and de- feated the Lady Eagles 4-1. The FRC women were ready for the conference leaders and played very well, outshooting the Corsair's 19-7. "Feather River's a good team," said Redwoods coach Chris Gernand. "It seemed like every shot they took went in, while we hit the post and just missed wide all day," said Williams. "This was the best soccer we played all year, and just could not get the results." Redwoods erupted for four first-half goals, while Gaby Naranjo contributed her third goal of the season on a penalty kick in the 33rd minute. 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