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Bulletin, Record, Progressive, Reporter Wednesday, Nov. 5, 2014 lC SPORTS AND RE CREATION Trojan volleyball team takes MVL championship Greg Knight Sports Writer sports@plumasnews.com With a season of wins rivaling that of the Lady Golden Eagles of Feather River College, the Quincy Thursday night. High School Lady Trojans The Trojans had met with volleyball squad took the (and beat)the Tigers twice Mid-Valley League before, with a 2-0 win at the championship after a3-1 .:, ' ,LQs Molinos tourent Sept. (21-25, 25-20, 25-18, 25-18) rod I2:and a 3,0 victot home win over Portola last Oct. 14. With that history in mind, it might have been a shocker for Quincy head coach Chad Hyink to see his team go down by four in the first game of the match. "We didn't come out at our best and struggled with our serving more than usual," Hyink said. "Portola, on the other hand, I thought came out and played really well. They were focused and ready to g0 and beat us in Game 1. We were able to make a last little run at them, but their lead was a little too big and we couldn't catch them." In the second game the Trojans settled down and See Volleyball, page 3C 100 Minutes: Trojans miss section final in double OT Greg Knight Sports Writer sports@plumasnews.com it took a double overtime push by the Mt. Shasta Bears boys' soccer team to defeat the QuincyTrojans On a 2-1 (final score in the CIF  Northern Section semifinals match Thursday, Oct. 30. The Trojans, fresh offa 4-1 win over Fall River just two clays earlier, led the Bears 1-0  throughout the first half thanks to a solid penalty kick from Che .... Rubalcava-Cunan. After that, L the defensive posture of Quincy shifted to Brady Rick at keeper. Over the course of the 100-minute game, Rick managed to pencil in seven saves on 13 shots taken by : the Bears and his skill at the net only faltered once, in the 71st minute when Mt. Shasta's Jarrod Althaus-Cressman managed to get one into the back of the ' net for the tie. "' "Quincy started early in the fin'st half when Miles Rubalcava-Cunan was fouled penalty kick in the top corner of the goal to give Quincy the lead, which they held until the 71st minute of the game. Mt. Shasta tied it up with a scramble in front of the goal that ended up being kicked past Brady." And then there was overtime. In sectional semifinal matches there is no sudden death shootout to determine the winner. Instead, the two teams must play a pair of 10-minute OT periods. Both the Trojans and Bears fought through a scoreless first period before Cressman once again creased the seam and shot one in to take the 2-1 win. "The game went into overtime and with 30 Seconds left in the second overtime period, Mt. Shasta received an excellent cross and then finished with a rocket of a volley past Brady and into the net," Dlllingham added. Erik Schwartz, once again Dillingham's player of the game, and Dale Morgan each had six steals in the game; inside thet}enalty box," said Che Rubalcava-Cunan and head, coach Colin ..... Dillingham. "His older  Quincy'$ Erik Schwartz(No. 12) goesneck and neck down the pitch with FaiiRiver defender Gilberto Aceves (No. 10) last week in brother, Che, finished the See Soccer, page 3C the first round of Northern Section playoffs. Schwartz had a goal in the 4-1 win over the Bulldogs. Photo by Greg Knight Lake Almanor Inc g Drawings Tree Permits Available N www.MountainAffairs.com Contact 530.258-2150 [13 I