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Bulletin, Record, Progressive, Reporter Wednesday, Nov. 19, 2014 5C Chester, Quincy fall in playoffs Greg Knight Sports Writer sports@plumasnews.com The Chester Volcanoes football squad took a hard playoff loss on the chin last Friday night as they fell 19-14 to the Etna Lions in the first round of the CIF Northern S6ction Division V playoffs. In terms of scoring for the Vols, it was all Jeremiah White as he rumbled in for a pair of touchdowns on the night in the second and third quarters of the game. The Vols came into the' playoffs as the No. 4 seed after garnering a 5-6 record overall and a 3-3 record in the Mountain Valley League. Etna, the sixth seed, entered the playoffs with a 6-5 overall tally and went into the Shasta Cascade League. Chester had previously beaten the Lions in the regular season, taking a 20-7 win back on Sept. 5 at home. Modoc 28, Quincy 20 The Quincy Trojans also fell to their first-round playoff rival, the Modoc Braves, on a 28-20 tally in Alturas on Friday night. Quincy was in the game in the first half as it tied up In a picture that tells a thousand words, the Etna Lions' air attack helps the squad overcome the Chester Volcanoes last Friday night, 19-14, in the first round of playoff action. Photo by Alison Mahaffey with the Braves 14-14 going into the break, but Modoc came back in thethird quarter with two more TDs of its own. A final six-point push by the Trojans in the fourth was not enough to keep the win from Modoc. The Trojans end the season with a 4-6 overall record and a 3-3 tally in the Mountain Valley League. GOLF RESULTS Mt. Huff Golf Course Our Mt. Huff golfers are truly "legends of the fall"! The Wednesday Morning Scramble on Nov. 5 proved that crisp fall weather is excellent for golf. In first place, at 4 under par, were team members Don McConnell, Ralph Cote and Mike Ingle. Second place, at 3 under par, brought the team of Matt Rutledge, Dick Grace and Bill McRoberts into the circle. Closest to the pin was aced by Gary Metzdorf, who also got the chip-in. Go, Gary, go. The Thursday Evening Scramble is now the Thursday Afternoon Scramble, as the starting time has been moved up to 3 p.m. Those shorter days won't cramp the golfing style at Mt. Huff. On Nov. 6, in first place, at 1 under par, Loren Lindner, Greg Stevens and Jeff Stevens sank a few excellent putts. At even par, Gary McClellan, Lynn McClellan and Dick Grace had some excellent drives and won second place. Margie Joseph won closest to the pin. There was no contest for the longest drive, Showery, cool weather is moving in, but the golf is still great at Mt. Huff Golf Course. The Wednesday Morning Scramble on Nov. 12 brought out our ace golfers. In first place at a whopping 11 under par was the team of Ron Christianson, Dick Grace, Mike Ingle and Dan Rooney. Close behind in second place, at 10 under par, were team members Leo Sorosinski, Ted Trafton, Loren Lindner, Margie Joseph and Ralph Cote. Closest to the pin was awarded to Dick Grace and the chip-in gave them a four-way tie. To have golf results and club news included in this weekly section, email the information to sports@plumasnews.com by Friday at 3p.m. FRC women look good in tourney action Greg Knight " almost every way. FRC Sports Writer sports@plumasnews.com The Feather River College women's basketbalI team went on a tear last weekend at the Cosumnes River College basketball tournament in Sacramento, winning two of its three games -- and taking a big win over a Golden Valley Conference rival. Going into the tournament, FRC had a 2-2 record after a 62-44 win against the Golden Eagles alumni team and a 65-58 rout of Ohlone at the San Joaquin Delta tourney in Stockton. Their only losses so far had come against San Jose and Monterey earlier in the week. With the Cosumnes River event knocking at the door, FRC stepped up its game and blasted American River on a 50-41 tally after 40 minutes Thursday, Nov. 8. In the game against the Lady Rams, Portola native Kaitlin Boyd was the all-star for Feather River, putting up 12 points on five buckets and a pair of sinkers from the line. Brianna Luna added eight points, while Stephanie Miller and Catherine Rees put up seven apiece. Miller also made two of her six tries from beyond the arc in the game. Defensively, Feather River outplayed American River in rebounded the ball 52 times in the game, compared to just 29 for the Rams, though turnovers were costly, with FRC penciling in 19 while ARC only had 16 on the night. Next up for the Lady Eagles was GVC rival Shasta -- a team that bested FRC in the final standings last year with a 12-13 overall record compared to FRC's 6-18' end-of-season record. Head coach Haley White said the tournament portion of the season has been a good teaching tool for her team. "We've been learning a lot about ball control and a whole lot about how to break presses against very athletic teams," White said. "We're also learning how to score in times of adversitY. There have been times when we only made 20 at half and then came back out and scored 40 in the second. It has been a good experience for us." In short, the Saturday game against the Lady Knights was a blowout for Feather River, with the Golden Eagles decimating them on a 56-42 final score. Stats for that game were not available by press tinte. The Lady Golden Eagles will play their first home game of the season tomorrow night when they face Gavilan. Tip-off is set for 5 p.m &Service Kathryn J. Fisher Serving Plumas County & Beyond ::: Registe Cell: (530) 394-8193 kathrynfisher@gmail.com J One step closer to making your first impressions Extraordinary! Feather Publishing Co. 287 Lawrence St.,Quincy 530-283-0800 Residential * Commercial Call now for "[i 1 immediate appointment iviacIflen (53.0)283-1605 PLITbfBIlq( & H,,TIIG - Since 1976 ~ CA. Lic. #405176 CA. Lic. #302259 k,,. www.maddenplumbing.com j www.bi:statepropane.com B y-L_ ' ..... ..:: .... I :STATE PROPANE 74424 Hwy 70 Portola, CA 96122 Dave Shelton O/strict Manager P.O. Box 1480 Portola, CA 96122-1480 Phone: 530 832-7700 * Fax: 530 832-7705 Cell: 530 258-1445 * 888 307-9767 :v Snow Blowers * Chippers Snow Removal Service Log Splitters ":%---- Holiday Light Installation & Removal J's Got You Covered! Visit our new event showroom at i 64 E. Sierra Ave 832-5455 Ask about our , Small Engine Repair 55 Delleker Dr., Portola 852-$462 .j . The perfect venue to rent for smaf parties & meetings/ # D & D Roofing and Sheet Metal, In, Justin Cochetti Branch Manager 73828 S. DeUeker, Ste. C Portola, CA 96122 530-832-9991 FAX: 530-832-9990 CA #486667 NV #13598A&B \\;ddroofing.com E-maih jcochetti@ddroofing.comj PLUMAS SATELLITE Gerald Hitson , Loca/D,h twark Rta, " Serving" our Community Since 1989 (580) 86a-89009 plumas, satellit@yahoo.oom  LEADERS IN INTERCOM & PAGING SYSTEMS BURGLAR & FIRE ALARM SYSTEMS BACKGROUND MUSIC CLOSED CIRCUIT IV . TELEPHONE SYSTEMS (530) 259-4627 k,.. 449 Peninsula Dr., Lake Almanor , j Call (775) 746-2200 for more information or visit us at www.jeaseniorliving.com EXPERT SEWING & ALTERATIONS BY APPT. Quincy Sew & Vac service & Repair 283-4277 Open: Mort-Thurs. 9am-4pm (next to ClIP office) To Reserve Youi Space Contact: Beverly Emerson, Storage Manager lO2 Main St., Quincy / (530)596-3241 .... ;,;: ....... STORAGE LOCATIONS Ii,l[iil//,'':, '"' Chester 'C" .'::L 677 Main St. 741 Main St. .,,,!;...,m...-.,...m. i,, 7 ..... 2 2 Black Oak Dr. 480 Black Oak Dr. iiiii" SECURITY ........ ;:.iii 00TORAGE; Lake Almanor 449 Peninsula Dr. Westwood ' "="';:::;;;; ........ 406 Ash St. Hamilton Branch 3764 Big Springs Rd Canyon Dam 29618 Hwy 89 Greenville 638 Hwy 89 . K.N. BAD_NAI:, EA JOIIN B00Y_AU00 CHh, FA Enrolled Agents Bus: (530) 283-3965 l,m Fax: (530) 283-4369 372 W. Main Street Quincy, CA 95971, -9375 J Ron's Tow Service 197 W, Sierra Ave. Portola, Ca 96122 " , , :, ' Professional 24 Hr " , q#/, d r",  :, %  Tow Service I Autos, Trucks, i! Motorhomes & Misc. Equipment 530-832-4868 www.pleasetowme.com Jimmy West Tree Service Tree Trimming & Removal Snow Removal Brush& Tree Chipping Hazardous Limbs and Deadwood Removal. Free Estimates! 530-283-1172 Licensed & Insured 39899 Hwy 70 * Quincy, CA 95971 J Bulletin, Record, Progressive, Reporter Wednesday, Nov. 19, 2014 5C Chester, Quincy fall in playoffs Greg Knight Sports Writer sports@plumasnews.com The Chester Volcanoes football squad took a hard playoff loss on the chin last Friday night as they fell 19-14 to the Etna Lions in the first round of the CIF Northern S6ction Division V playoffs. In terms of scoring for the Vols, it was all Jeremiah White as he rumbled in for a pair of touchdowns on the night in the second and third quarters of the game. The Vols came into the' playoffs as the No. 4 seed after garnering a 5-6 record overall and a 3-3 record in the Mountain Valley League. Etna, the sixth seed, entered the playoffs with a 6-5 overall tally and went into the Shasta Cascade League. Chester had previously beaten the Lions in the regular season, taking a 20-7 win back on Sept. 5 at home. Modoc 28, Quincy 20 The Quincy Trojans also fell to their first-round playoff rival, the Modoc Braves, on a 28-20 tally in Alturas on Friday night. Quincy was in the game in the first half as it tied up In a picture that tells a thousand words, the Etna Lions' air attack helps the squad overcome the Chester Volcanoes last Friday night, 19-14, in the first round of playoff action. Photo by Alison Mahaffey with the Braves 14-14 going into the break, but Modoc came back in thethird quarter with two more TDs of its own. A final six-point push by the Trojans in the fourth was not enough to keep the win from Modoc. The Trojans end the season with a 4-6 overall record and a 3-3 tally in the Mountain Valley League. GOLF RESULTS Mt. Huff Golf Course Our Mt. Huff golfers are truly "legends of the fall"! The Wednesday Morning Scramble on Nov. 5 proved that crisp fall weather is excellent for golf. In first place, at 4 under par, were team members Don McConnell, Ralph Cote and Mike Ingle. Second place, at 3 under par, brought the team of Matt Rutledge, Dick Grace and Bill McRoberts into the circle. Closest to the pin was aced by Gary Metzdorf, who also got the chip-in. Go, Gary, go. The Thursday Evening Scramble is now the Thursday Afternoon Scramble, as the starting time has been moved up to 3 p.m. Those shorter days won't cramp the golfing style at Mt. Huff. On Nov. 6, in first place, at 1 under par, Loren Lindner, Greg Stevens and Jeff Stevens sank a few excellent putts. At even par, Gary McClellan, Lynn McClellan and Dick Grace had some excellent drives and won second place. Margie Joseph won closest to the pin. There was no contest for the longest drive, Showery, cool weather is moving in, but the golf is still great at Mt. Huff Golf Course. The Wednesday Morning Scramble on Nov. 12 brought out our ace golfers. In first place at a whopping 11 under par was the team of Ron Christianson, Dick Grace, Mike Ingle and Dan Rooney. Close behind in second place, at 10 under par, were team members Leo Sorosinski, Ted Trafton, Loren Lindner, Margie Joseph and Ralph Cote. Closest to the pin was awarded to Dick Grace and the chip-in gave them a four-way tie. To have golf results and club news included in this weekly section, email the information to sports@plumasnews.com by Friday at 3p.m. FRC women look good in tourney action Greg Knight " almost every way. FRC Sports Writer sports@plumasnews.com The Feather River College women's basketbalI team went on a tear last weekend at the Cosumnes River College basketball tournament in Sacramento, winning two of its three games -- and taking a big win over a Golden Valley Conference rival. Going into the tournament, FRC had a 2-2 record after a 62-44 win against the Golden Eagles alumni team and a 65-58 rout of Ohlone at the San Joaquin Delta tourney in Stockton. Their only losses so far had come against San Jose and Monterey earlier in the week. With the Cosumnes River event knocking at the door, FRC stepped up its game and blasted American River on a 50-41 tally after 40 minutes Thursday, Nov. 8. In the game against the Lady Rams, Portola native Kaitlin Boyd was the all-star for Feather River, putting up 12 points on five buckets and a pair of sinkers from the line. Brianna Luna added eight points, while Stephanie Miller and Catherine Rees put up seven apiece. Miller also made two of her six tries from beyond the arc in the game. Defensively, Feather River outplayed American River in rebounded the ball 52 times in the game, compared to just 29 for the Rams, though turnovers were costly, with FRC penciling in 19 while ARC only had 16 on the night. Next up for the Lady Eagles was GVC rival Shasta -- a team that bested FRC in the final standings last year with a 12-13 overall record compared to FRC's 6-18' end-of-season record. Head coach Haley White said the tournament portion of the season has been a good teaching tool for her team. "We've been learning a lot about ball control and a whole lot about how to break presses against very athletic teams," White said. "We're also learning how to score in times of adversitY. There have been times when we only made 20 at half and then came back out and scored 40 in the second. It has been a good experience for us." In short, the Saturday game against the Lady Knights was a blowout for Feather River, with the Golden Eagles decimating them on a 56-42 final score. Stats for that game were not available by press tinte. The Lady Golden Eagles will play their first home game of the season tomorrow night when they face Gavilan. Tip-off is set for 5 p.m &Service Kathryn J. Fisher Serving Plumas County & Beyond ::: Registe Cell: (530) 394-8193 kathrynfisher@gmail.com J One step closer to making your first impressions Extraordinary! Feather Publishing Co. 287 Lawrence St.,Quincy 530-283-0800 Residential * Commercial Call now for "[i 1 immediate appointment iviacIflen (53.0)283-1605 PLITbfBIlq( & H,,TIIG - Since 1976 ~ CA. Lic. #405176 CA. Lic. #302259 k,,. www.maddenplumbing.com j www.bi:statepropane.com B y-L_ ' ..... ..:: .... I :STATE PROPANE 74424 Hwy 70 Portola, CA 96122 Dave Shelton O/strict Manager P.O. Box 1480 Portola, CA 96122-1480 Phone: 530 832-7700 * Fax: 530 832-7705 Cell: 530 258-1445 * 888 307-9767 :v Snow Blowers * Chippers Snow Removal Service Log Splitters ":%---- Holiday Light Installation & Removal J's Got You Covered! Visit our new event showroom at i 64 E. Sierra Ave 832-5455 Ask about our , Small Engine Repair 55 Delleker Dr., Portola 852-$462 .j . The perfect venue to rent for smaf parties & meetings! # D & D Roofing and Sheet Metal, In, Justin Cochetti Branch Manager 73828 S. DeUeker, Ste. C Portola, CA 96122 530-832-9991 FAX: 530-832-9990 CA #486667 NV #13598A&B \\;ddroofing.com E-maih jcochetti@ddroofing.comj PLUMAS SATELLITE Gerald Hitson , Loca/D,h twark Rta, " Serving" our Community Since 1989 (580) 86a-89009 plumas, satellit@yahoo.oom  LEADERS IN INTERCOM & PAGING SYSTEMS BURGLAR & FIRE ALARM SYSTEMS BACKGROUND MUSIC CLOSED CIRCUIT IV . TELEPHONE SYSTEMS (530) 259-4627 k,.. 449 Peninsula Dr., Lake Almanor , j Call (775) 746-2200 for more information or visit us at www.jeaseniorliving.com EXPERT SEWING & ALTERATIONS BY APPT. Quincy Sew & Vac service & Repair 283-4277 Open: Mort-Thurs. 9am-4pm (next to ClIP office) To Reserve Youi Space Contact: Beverly Emerson, Storage Manager lO2 Main St., Quincy / (530)596-3241 .... ;,;: ....... STORAGE LOCATIONS Ii,l[iil//,'':, '"' Chester 'C" .'::L 677 Main St. 741 Main St. .,,,!;...,m...-.,...m. i,, 7 ..... 2 2 Black Oak Dr. 480 Black Oak Dr. iiiii" SECURITY ........ ;:.iii 00TORAGE; Lake Almanor 449 Peninsula Dr. Westwood ' "="';:::;;;; ........ 406 Ash St. Hamilton Branch 3764 Big Springs Rd Canyon Dam 29618 Hwy 89 Greenville 638 Hwy 89 . K.N. BAD_NAI:, EA JOIIN B00Y_AU00 CHh, FA Enrolled Agents Bus: (530) 283-3965 l,m Fax: (530) 283-4369 372 W. Main Street Quincy, CA 95971, -9375 J Ron's Tow Service 197 W, Sierra Ave. Portola, Ca 96122 " , , :, ' Professional 24 Hr " , q#/, d r",  :, %  Tow Service I Autos, Trucks, i! Motorhomes & Misc. Equipment 530-832-4868 www.pleasetowme.com Jimmy West Tree Service Tree Trimming & Removal Snow Removal Brush& Tree Chipping Hazardous Limbs and Deadwood Removal. Free Estimates! 530-283-1172 Licensed & Insured 39899 Hwy 70 * Quincy, CA 95971 J