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i li Bulletin, Record, Progressive, Reporter Wednesday, Nov. 4, 2015 lC AND i', The Chester High School girls' soccer team is all smiles after with a 4-1 victory over Quincy on Oct. 31. Photo submitted the Volcanoes claimed another Feather River League championship For at least the fifth year this season, very end of the it would be a draw, Chester in a row, Chester's girls'"The Chester girls were a championship game." scored three goals to clinch soccer team captured the pleasure to coach this year Chester dominated ball the league title. Feather River League -- they bonded early and possession. Most of the Elizabeth Bereznak, championship after played the entire year as a match was played on Paige Reed and Eza Steffan defeating Quincy, 4-1, team that truly were like a Quincy's side of the field, all scored late goals for the Saturday, Oct. 31. family together," O'KelleyBut neither team was able Volcanoes. Chester ended its season said. "I am honored to have to get one past the net for Despite the loss, Quincy with a 9-1-3 overall record been associated with such a most of the half. With twocoach Sarah Goard had and an undefeated 8-0 record fine group." minutes left in the half, nothing but praise for her in league play. The loss The Chester coach also Chester scored first on a squad. dropped Quincy's record tooffered praise for his team's goal by Brehna Delacour. "I couldn't have been 0-6-2 in league, oppenent. The two teams battled more proud of the girls for Chester's win came in the "Quincy continued to most of the second half with the way they played, final six minutes of play,improve throughout the a 1-0 score in Chester's especially since we had no i when the Volcanoes scored year and they definitely favor. With 16 minutes left, subs the entire game," she ', three quick goals to secure saved their best for last," Quincy's Autumn Brawley said. "They played the best i the victory. O'Kelley said. "Quincy evened it up with a goal off game they've played all year. Chester head coach Eric should be proud of the an assist by Jazzmyn They played as a team and O'Kelley said he was proudeffort they gave and the Bryant. I am so very proud of each of his team's performance grit they displayed to theJust when it looked like and every one of them." Portola football team tops Jake Jacobson Special to Feather Publishing The undefeated Portola High School football team traveled to Esparto and overwhelmed the Spartans, 45-24, last Friday night, Oct. 30. The contest was essentially the Mountain Valley League championship game. And the Tigers secured the crown as they improved their record to 10-0. "Nobody thought that our team would be standing here tonight at 10-0, but they showed up at camp and came together early as a family and a team," said Portola head coach Steve Heskett. "No individuals. They just cared what the scoreboard read at the end of the game." The victory also secured home-field advantage for the Tigers throughout the Northern Section playoffs. But it was Esparto that struck first on its home field. The Spartans took their time on their first drive and scoring six minutes into the first quarter. With a successful two-point conversion, Esparto took an 8-0 lead. Portola would answer right back with a nine-yard rushing touchdown by Junior Edgar Cuevas, set up by a long 35-yard pass from Evan Leal to Dom Vukobradovich. After Juan Rodriguez's extra point, Portola cut the lead to 8-7. ;:: This is where the Tigers rto to 10-0 would start to roll. On the : ensuing kickoff, Vukobradovich jumped on a fumble and brought Leal and the Portola offense right back on the field. The second offensive drive for the Tigers was all Vukobradovich. A couple plays later, he caught a five-yard touchdown pass from Leal to give the Tigers a 14-8 lead. With under three minutes left in the first quarter, the Spartans turned over the ball yet again; this time recovered by Memo Ruiz. Portola again capitalized on the turnover. The Tigers wasted no time in marching down the field. Leal found George Ourjanian with a circus catch on a 39-yard pass which put the Tigers on the Spartans' nine yard line. After a couple quick handoffs, Cuevas racked up another score with a one-yard TD run, putting Portola up 20-8 at the end of the opening quarter. With 10 minutes left in the second quarter, Espart0 fumbled the ball again. Tyler Billups made the recovery. Portola capped off the' drive with another touchdown connection from eal to Vukobradovich, this time for nine yards. The duo hooked up again immediately on the two-point conversion for a 28-8 lead. But Esparto kept fighting back. Two minutes before the See Football, page 8C i. Chester Community Tree Lighting Saturday, Nov. 7 5:30 PM 1st Avenue, Chester Library Parking Lot Bring an Ornament! Veterans Day Parade Wednesday, Nov. 11 11:00 AM Main Street, Greenville Christmas Tradition Holiday Open House November 6, 7 & 8 Indian Valley www.MountainAffairs.com