Newspaper Archive of
Feather River Bulletin
Quincy, California
November 4, 2015     Feather River Bulletin
PAGE 28     (28 of 34 available)        PREVIOUS     NEXT      Full Size Image
PAGE 28     (28 of 34 available)        PREVIOUS     NEXT      Full Size Image
November 4, 2015

Newspaper Archive of Feather River Bulletin produced by SmallTownPapers, Inc.
Website © 2019. All content copyrighted. Copyright Information.     Terms Of Use.     Request Content Removal.

2C Wednesday, Nov. 4, 2015 Bulletin, Record, Progressive, Reporter . i~ Trojans beat Trinity, fall to Redding Christian Dan McDonald Managing Editor d The Quincy High School boys' soccer team reached the Northern Section Division ! semi-finals last week before falling to top-seeded Redding Christian in Redding. The 6-0 loss on Thursday, Oct. 29, ended the Trojans' season. They finished with a 13-13 overall record and 8-3 in league play. Redding Christian, which hasn't lost a match this season, scored three goals in each half against fourth-seeded Quincy. After the Redding Christian game, Quincy coach Colin Dillingham reflected on the season and credited the team's seniors for the Trojans' strong league record. "The four seniors really poured their hearts out this season," Dillingham said. "Ethan Hicks really was a stronghold of the defensive line. Nathan Ross was a fantastic offensive player all season long. DJ Davis settled in the net just under worked super hard and once the bar. again earned player of the Quincy extended its lead to game. Wyatt Hollister had 2-0 in the 52nd minute when tremendous leadership all Davis capitalized on a nice season long." through ball from Ross to score the first of his two Quincy 3, Trinity 2 goals. The Trojans advanced to Davis capped the Trojans' the semifinal with a victory scoring in the 62nd minute over visiting Trinity of when he headed the ball into Weaverville on Tuesday, Oct. the net for a 3-0 lead. Davis' 27. goal was set up by Carlana, Quincy built a 3-0 lead in who dribbled the ball to the the second half and fought off end line and sent a high ball a rally by the fifth-seeded in front of the goal where Wolves. Davis was able to strike. DJ Davis lead the Trojans Quincy was on the with a pair of goals, while defensive during the final 18 junior Enzo Carlana added a minutes. Trinity scored a goal and an assist. Nathan pair of goals seven minutes Ross also had an assist, apart to cut the lead to 3-2. Carlana scored the first But-it was a series of saves goal nine minutes into the by freshman goalie Noah match when he stepped in Hardee that earned him front of a Trinity pass and player of the game honors. dribbled past two defenders. Hardee had eight saves, In a one-on-one against the including stopping a penalty goalkeeper, Carlana shot a kick by the Wolves in the rocket that touched the 60th minute to keep the keeper's fingertips and Trojans ahead 3-0. Trinity's goalie dives on a loose ball in front of Quincy's Corbyn Koskinen during the Trojans' victory over the Wolves opening round of the Northern Section tournament in Quincy. Photos by Dan McDonald in the Quincy's DJ Davis gets into position to control a loose ball against Trinity during last week's Northern Section quarterfinal match. Davis scored two goals in the Trojans' 3-2 win. FRC releases basketball schedule The Golden Eagles' basketball programs are kicking off this weekend, with the men's team heading to the Sierra College tournament in Rocklin and the women's team competing at Stockton. Both teams have full schedules contending at various tournaments before conference action starts in January. For FRC's complete schedules, see below. FRC Men's Basketball 11/6 at Sierra TournTBD '.' 11/7 at Sierra TournTBD ," 11/9 Consumnes 7p 11/12at Chabot Tourn 4p 11/13at Chabot Tourn 3p 11/14at Chabot Toum lp 11/18Simpson 6p 11/25at Yuba 6p 12/3 at SacTourn TBD 12/4 at SacTourn TBD 12/5 at SacTourn TBD 12/11at Foothill Tourn TBD 12/12at Foothill Tourn TBD 12/13at Foothill Tourn TBD 12/17at Santa Rosa Tourn TBD 12/18at Santa Rosa Tourn TBD 12/19at Santa Rosa Tourn TBD . 1/13 Shasta 5:30p 1/16 Redwoods 2p 1120 at Butte 5:30p 1/23 at Lassen 4p 1/27 Siskiyous 5:30p 1/30 at Shasta 4p 2/6 at Redwoods 2p 2/10 Butte 5:30p 2/13 Lassen 4p 2/17 at Siskiyous 5:30p FRC Women's Basketball 11/6 at Delta Tourn TBD 11/12 at Cosumnes Tourn TBD 11/20 at Siskiyous Tourn 7p 11/21 at Siskiyous Tourn lp 11124 Yuba 5p 1214 at Shasta Tourn 5p 1215 at Shasta Tourn 12p 1216 at Shasta Tourn 12p 12111at Solano Tourn TBD 12118at Sacramento 5p 12130at Gavilan Ip I113 Shasta 7:30p 1116 Redwoods 4p I120 at Butte 7:30p 1123 at Lassen 6p I127 Siskiyous 7:30p 1130 at Shasta 6p 216 at Redwoods 4p 2110 Butte 7:30p 2113 Lassen 6p 2117 at Siskiyous 7:30p Sudoku Puzzle #3561-D Difficult "Trick or Treat" Across 1 Fleece 5 Island south of Borneo 9 Perceive by touch 13 Roman robe 14 "The __ the Hat" 15 Peeve 16 Tesla founder Musk 17 Montezuma, e.g. 18 Facts 19 TRICK 22 Atmosphere 23 Book after II Chronicles 26 TREAT 31 Priests of the East 33 Chemical ending 34 Overseas broadcaster: Abbr. 35 Environmental sci. 36 Actress Sevigny 38 Tie up 39 Ireland's__ Lingus 40 That guy 41 Griminess 42 TRICK 47 Ho-hum 48 Gooey stuff 49 TREAT 56 End piece 59 Danny of the NBA 60 Pond dweller 5 Middle East marketplace 6 Env. notation 6 7 27 28 33 ,...,m.. 45 48 52 27 One of the Flintstones 28 Wedding vow 50 Thanksgiving dish 51 Losing proposition? 52 Cross letters G O L S I I F I T [ Sudoku Solution #3560 D 1 61 Scandinavian war 7 Prevaricates 29 Author Harper 53 Criticism i iii ~;i; ~ !!! !!i!!i !i~~ii::::: i~~i::iiiii:~'rt'p ~~~~~q'g!S~~I' ~~;~t n~'in:;s O KOR 3"1 CIDIS ~ 65 --' ' " , " 'g" oo -o oo / o = o I. = , Io . o I Hubbub ,, Writer Rosten 37 Popular fruit drink 58Kipling s"Gunga tO , r- = r ,, ! ,- / " o o - ,J -t v / 66 Barely gets, with 14 Where "Aida" 38 Tour-de-France, for " S P I L O UlllS W ,-~ out premiered one - s " -RECT 119 5 6 8 4 7 2 3 / -- ,~ , r~ " I I ., I I / _ 20 Shares 41 Nap YE S & T T I El S / 14 ] 71 8 1 9 I 213 I 6 5 1 / uown .... 21 Disney frame 43 Beach shelter []ll _ I I .. 24 Gorge 44 Theresa holy one S T E 3IwI-H-]O U} 7 1 6 3 4 5 2 8 9 2RCeg eve r ,,-, {~ ' " ' 25 __ friends ry y. Wi~ P H A F L I I EI R --I 5 3 2 8 9 6 4 1 7 3 Bug-eyed 26 Ethically'indifferent' 45 More drawn-out .j R E S F I N I AI L "' 4 " 1 7 2 3 6 5 4 More than crazy 46 Quincy of music YOY 3EEIDIY 1101 I I I j __ zz!ecorner!:: ,; .:::: '::' :; :;i: ;::.::,: ,::: : ., ........ :i;% I,