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Bulletin, Record, Progressive, Reporter Wednesday, Nov. 19, 2014 3C The Lady Golden Eagle 2014 sophomores are, from left, Alanna Watt, Nina Holmes, Stephanie Ovitz, Abbie Mikelson, Jessica Jackson and Marinda Thomas. Photos by Greg Knight Sophomore Jessica Jackson (No. 10) goes up for the light touch against Shasta College last week at home. Jackson finished the game with 21 assists and a service ace. LET US SAVE YOU TIME & MONEY REACH 75+ MiLLiON READERS WiTH ONE ORDER, ONE 8|LL! Community Classified lx $650 Statewide  25 words/245+ papers $435 North/S485 South ,. Daily Class|fleet 7 days $995 25 words/41 papers/7 days $650 North/S650 South  CLAS$|Ff:D COPBO 8 days $1,270 25 words282+ papers Statewide D$PY  Commutty Newspape " 140+papers lx $1,600 2x2 Statewide; Sizes: 2x2; 2x4; 2x5; 2x6 $1,240 2x2 No.; $1,240 2x2 So. CALiFORNiA NEWSPAPERS DELIVER! G 0 L F C 0 U R S E Graeagle Meadows is selling its golf cart fleet! 2009 i2 Precedent Excel Models and 2005/2006 Club Car DS $1300-$1600 includes charger (110 Volt) In great shape, get yours this Holiday Season! Call Harvey or Cindy at (530) 836-2523 VOLLEYBALL. from page 1C earned her fifth championship -- an accolade she attributes to her squad and their level of dedication to the green and gold of FRC. "I'm lucky, I guess, and I recruit very good players," Ritchie added. "They work hard for me and are dedicated to this program, which is one of the toughest in the state. I require a lot out of my girls and they have delivered every year. I'm thankful I get Indians win playoff opener Greg Knight Sports Writer sports@plumasnews.com The Greenville Lady Indians volleyball squad persevered through a close Division VI opening round playoff game against Big Valley last week to take a 3-0 (25-15, 25-20, 25-10) win and earn the right to face Orland's Providence Christian High School. in the second round. Although every player on the Greenville team made an impact against the visitors from Bieber, three players in particular, Brook House, Trinity Lincoln and Autumn Brown, were on fire and at the top of every statistic against the Lady Cardinals. In the offense department, Lincoln was virtually unstoppable with six aces on 14 serves and had four kills On 18 attacks. House led in kills with six on 19 attempts. Every player for the Indians, minus libero Nikole Machado, had at least one kill on the night. Brown added 15 assists against the Cardinals. "We have a little work to do because, between service errors and attack errors, we gave (Big Valley) 25 of the 45 points they scored all match," Brown said. "That said, those three performed at the best level they have all season. The win advanced Greenville, the No. 6 seed in Division VI, to a faceoff against No. 3 seed Providence Christian, of Orland, on Nov. 18. The results for the second round were not available by deadline for this story. Modoc 3, Portola 2 The Portola Lady Tigers, who went into Division V playoff action as the No. 8 seed, fell out of post-season play last week as they were bumped 3-2 (25-22, 20-25, 21-25, 25-21, 15-9) at hone by the visiting No. 9 seed Modoc Lady Braves. Portola ends the season with a 20-18 overall record and a 6-2 tally in the Mid-Valley League. The Tigers' season included a stellar 11-1 run between Sept. 27, when they beat Greenville at the Quincy High School tournament, and Oct. 28, when they bested Biggs on the road. Quincy vs. Colusa The No. 2-seeded Lady Trojans squad faced off with No. 7 seed Colusa Lady Redhawks yesterday in the second round of Division V playoffs. While Quincy had a bye in the first round, Colusa bounced No. 10 seed Esparto 3-0 last week to face the Trojans at home. amazing athletes that I get to coach." Before the Shasta game began., Ritchie's sophomore players and parents were honored before a packed crowd. One of those sophomores, Alanna Watt, hails from the Canadian province of Saskatchewan. Her parents, nearly 1,600 miles away, joined in via Skype on a tablet device. Watt, a star player for her team at Hague High School, just north of the provincial capital of Saskatoon, was a woman of few, but important, words about earning a fifth championship with the team. "It feels awesome to be a winner," Watt said. Going into the Shasta game FRC was ranked in the top 10 across the state in hitting percentage (.294), kills per set (12.61), assists per set (11.47), kills (958), assists (872) and block assists (205). The Lady Golden Eagles' playoff opponent had not been determined by deadline for this story. p ill SLop by any of our offices to order yours!00 Chester Progressive 135 Main St., Chester 258-3115 Portolo Reporter County Times 96 E. Sierra Ave., Portola Lassen 832-4646 Wesood PinePress Feather River Bulletin 100 Grand Ave. Susanville Indian Valley Record 287 Lawrence St., Quincy I 257-5321 Greenville 283-0800 I 284-7800 i il i :1 i i i i il f ii il i i i  iil  : : ' : 'll .... 1 A l Bulletin, Record, Progressive, Reporter Wednesday, Nov. 19, 2014 3C The Lady Golden Eagle 2014 sophomores are, from left, Alanna Watt, Nina Holmes, Stephanie Ovitz, Abbie Mikelson, Jessica Jackson and Marinda Thomas. Photos by Greg Knight Sophomore Jessica Jackson (No. 10) goes up for the light touch against Shasta College last week at home. Jackson finished the game with 21 assists and a service ace. LET US SAVE YOU TIME & MONEY REACH 75+ MiLLiON READERS WiTH ONE ORDER, ONE 8|LL! Community Classified lx $650 Statewide  25 words/245+ papers $435 North/S485 South ,. Daily Class|fleet 7 days $995 25 words/41 papers/7 days $650 North/S650 South  CLAS$|Ff:D COPBO 8 days $1,270 25 words282+ papers Statewide D$PY  Commutty Newspape " 140+papers lx $1,600 2x2 Statewide; Sizes: 2x2; 2x4; 2x5; 2x6 $1,240 2x2 No.; $1,240 2x2 So. CALiFORNiA NEWSPAPERS DELIVER! G 0 L F C 0 U R S E Graeagle Meadows is selling its golf cart fleet! 2009 i2 Precedent Excel Models and 2005/2006 Club Car DS $1300-$1600 includes charger (110 Volt) In great shape, get yours this Holiday Season! Call Harvey or Cindy at (530) 836-2523 VOLLEYBALL. from page 1C earned her fifth championship -- an accolade she attributes to her squad and their level of dedication to the green and gold of FRC. "I'm lucky, I guess, and I recruit very good players," Ritchie added. "They work hard for me and are dedicated to this program, which is one of the toughest in the state. I require a lot out of my girls and they have delivered every year. I'm thankful I get Indians win playoff opener Greg Knight Sports Writer sports@plumasnews.com The Greenville Lady Indians volleyball squad persevered through a close Division VI opening round playoff game against Big Valley last week to take a 3-0 (25-15, 25-20, 25-10) win and earn the right to face Orland's Providence Christian High School. in the second round. Although every player on the Greenville team made an impact against the visitors from Bieber, three players in particular, Brook House, Trinity Lincoln and Autumn Brown, were on fire and at the top of every statistic against the Lady Cardinals. In the offense department, Lincoln was virtually unstoppable with six aces on 14 serves and had four kills On 18 attacks. House led in kills with six on 19 attempts. Every player for the Indians, minus libero Nikole Machado, had at least one kill on the night. Brown added 15 assists against the Cardinals. "We have a little work to do because, between service errors and attack errors, we gave (Big Valley) 25 of the 45 points they scored all match," Brown said. "That said, those three performed at the best level they have all season. The win advanced Greenville, the No. 6 seed in Division VI, to a faceoff against No. 3 seed Providence Christian, of Orland, on Nov. 18. The results for the second round were not available by deadline for this story. Modoc 3, Portola 2 The Portola Lady Tigers, who went into Division V playoff action as the No. 8 seed, fell out of post-season play last week as they were bumped 3-2 (25-22, 20-25, 21-25, 25-21, 15-9) at hone by the visiting No. 9 seed Modoc Lady Braves. Portola ends the season with a 20-18 overall record and a 6-2 tally in the Mid-Valley League. The Tigers' season included a stellar 11-1 run between Sept. 27, when they beat Greenville at the Quincy High School tournament, and Oct. 28, when they bested Biggs on the road. Quincy vs. Colusa The No. 2-seeded Lady Trojans squad faced off with No. 7 seed Colusa Lady Redhawks yesterday in the second round of Division V playoffs. While Quincy had a bye in the first round, Colusa bounced No. 10 seed Esparto 3-0 last week to face the Trojans at home. amazing athletes that I get to coach." Before the Shasta game began., Ritchie's sophomore players and parents were honored before a packed crowd. One of those sophomores, Alanna Watt, hails from the Canadian province of Saskatchewan. Her parents, nearly 1,600 miles away, joined in via Skype on a tablet device. Watt, a star player for her team at Hague High School, just north of the provincial capital of Saskatoon, was a woman of few, but important, words about earning a fifth championship with the team. "It feels awesome to be a winner," Watt said. Going into the Shasta game FRC was ranked in the top 10 across the state in hitting percentage (.294), kills per set (12.61), assists per set (11.47), kills (958), assists (872) and block assists (205). The Lady Golden Eagles' playoff opponent had not been determined by deadline for this story. p ill SLop by any of our offices to order yours!00 Chester Progressive 135 Main St., Chester 258-3115 Portolo Reporter County Times 96 E. Sierra Ave., Portola Lassen 832-4646 Wesood PinePress Feather River Bulletin 100 Grand Ave. Susanville Indian Valley Record 287 Lawrence St., Quincy I 257-5321 Greenville 283-0800 I 284-7800 i il i :1 i i i i il f ii il i i i  iil  : : ' : 'll .... 1 A l