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Bulletin, Record, Progressive, Reporter Wednesday, Nov. 12, 2014 5C Massive elk Quincy resident Bob Baitinger displays the results of his lucky shot last week as he bagged and tagged a 5-by-6-point bull elk in the mountains of Montrose County, Colorado. Baitinger, a prolific lifelong hunter, took the elk from 150 yards out on the third day of a five-day guided hunt near the town of Delta. He used a 7 mm Remington Magnum roundto take the animal down -- with a single bipod shot to the neck. Photo submitted FRC alum makes impact Von Pearson (No. 9), a wide receiver at Tennessee formerly of Feather River College, evades South Carolina safety T.J. Gurley (No. 20) last weekend during the Volunteers' 45=42 win against the Gamecocks. Pearson lassoed four receptions for 55 yards and laid down 9 more yards rushing in the win. Photo submitted Greg Knight Sports Writer The Quincy Trojans volleyball team finished the 2014 season on an up:note as the squad defeated Biggs at home in a 3-0 (25-12, 25-4, 25-15) shutout Nov. 4. The victory gives Quincy a 30-6 record overall on the season, with a perfect 8-0 record in Mid-Valley League standings. Throughout the season, the Trojans were at the top of their game in nearly every way: the squad managed to put together a .833 winning percentage on a 7-1 record at home and 10-2 tally for away games. In neutral site games the team was 13-3, one of the best percentages in the state. Over the course of 36 matches they went 78-20 in points scored versus points against. A 3-1 road win over Portola back on Oct. 30 gave the Trojans sole ownership of the MVL championship. As the No. 2 seed in the North Section Division V playoff hunt, Quincy gets a bye in the first round and will face the winner of today's match between Colusa and Esparto on Tuesday, Nov. 18. Greenville 3, CORE Butte 0 Greenville also ended its season with a win as the Indians traveled to Chico to take a 3-0 (25-9, 25-10, 25-14) victory and finish with a 10-14 record overall and a 7-1 record in the Pioneer- Mountain League. Senior Trinity Lincoln led the Indians in attacking with seven kills on 15 attack attempts. Junior Stevie Joseph had five kills in 12 attempts and fellow junior Autumn Brown had four kills in 14 tries. Sophomore Valerie " Peters led the team in digs with five. Ranked No. 6 in the North Section Division VI playoffs, first-round action for the Indians will begin tonight against the No. ll-ranked Big Valley Lady Cardinal in Greenville starting at 6 p.m. The Greenville junior varsity team had an outstanding year as well, finishing the season at 6-4 overall and 4-0 in league play. Los Molinos 3, Chester 0 Chester just couldn't get past Los Molinos in the final game of the season Nov. 6; the Volcanoes fell 3-0 (25-12, 25-15, 25-13) to the Lady Bulldogs on the road. The loss leaves the Vols with a 3-25 record overall and a 0-8 record in Five Star League standings. I Residential * Commercial Call now for immediate appointment (530) 283-1605 ~ Since 1976 ~ CA. Lic. #405176 * CA. Lic. #302259 / J Call Us Copy Cats... But Just Call Us! Choose us for all your duplicating needs. The Print Shop at Feather Publishing Co. 283-O8OO J www, Dave Shelton District Manager 74424 Hwy 70 P.O. Box 1480 Portola, CA 96122 Portola, CA 96122-1480 Phone: 530832-7700 * Fax: 530 832-7705 \ Cell: 530 258-1445 888 307-9767 J Snow Blowers. Chippers Snow Removal Service.- Log Splitters Holiday Light Installation & Removal J's Got You CoveredI Holiday I Event Rentals Tool I Ask about our ...... i ....... visit our new event snowroom bmali i:nglne Kepalr I at 164 E. 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