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6C Wednesday, Nov. 4, 2015 Bulletin, Record, Progressive, Reporter ' # m The Greenville High School football team finished its regular season Oct. 30 with a 40-20 home win over Princeton. The victory elevated the Indians' record to 6-4 overall and 5-2 in league play. The win also placed Greenville in third place in the California Conference South. The Indians will advance to the first round of playoffs this Friday in an away game against Big Valley. "We were happy with that game," Greenville coach Mike Chelotti said the next day. "Biggest thing was how much we improved over the year. There's no way we could have beat that team the first week of the season." Offensively, quarterback Ray Bustamonte and running backs Sheridan Kusel and Darian Potts led the Indians. Bustamonte completed four passes for "We were happy with that game. Biggest thing was how much we improved over the year. There's no way we could have beat that team the first week of the season." Mike ChelottJ Greenville coach 113 yards. Potts led in turned the tide for rushing with 178 yards, Greenville. followed closely by Kusel Princeton proved to be a with 156 yards, fairly equal contender for The Indians' defense also the first half of the game. racked up the stats. Chelotti Princeton struck first credited the .Indians' strong blood, scoring a touchdown defense for the victory, about midway through the "We were physical this first quarter. Two plays game. We worked hard over later, the Indians hit back the last week on hitting with a 48-yard touchdown where it counts." run compliments Kusel. Brent Washoe led Princeton took the lead Greenville in tackl.es with again with another 24, followed by Alex Tassone touchdown in the second with 16 and Dalton Johns quarter before Greenville's with 14. Carter Kingdon Brent Washoe made his made the only interception way into the end zone off of the game - a crucial a 55-yard pass from third-quarter play that Bustamonte to carry the Indians into the half, ahead 14-12. Greenville came out of the locker room rejuvenated and in full force. Just 10 seconds into the second half, Potts ran 54 yards for an Indians tduchdown. Princeton retaliated with a successful drive - its last of the game - to even the score 20-20. After that, though, the game was all Indians. The duo of Potts and Kusel led Greenville to a lopsided win. Potts received for a 44-yard touchdown pass to put Greenville up 26-20. Two minutes later, Greenville regained possession and Kusel ran 53 yards into the end zone. The cherry on the top came in the fourth quarter when Potts carried the ball 57 yards to the 15 yard line. Kusel finished the short drive with a speedy run into the end zone to finalize Greenville's win. Greenville's Sheridan Kusel dodges Princeton players during the Indians' Oct. 30 game. Greenville, thanks largely to Kusel's rushing game, took down its opponent 40-20 to end its regular season Photos by James Wilson NOTICES: Your P