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16B Wednesday, Dec. 13, 2017 Bulletin, Record, Progressive, Reporter i::! The Portola Tigers relish a close victory over the Trojans 49-47 during the Tip Off Classic on Dec. 1 Portola and Quincy players hold their breath awaiting the whim of the hoop. in Quincy. Mari Erin Roth Sports Editor Basketball season has been hot enough, and fan loyalty strong enough, to fill the stands even though outdoor temps have been dipping into the teens. There was lots of action on the courts from Portola to Chester, and all the way over to Durham, for Plumas County High School teams. North county - Chester CHS hosted the Chester Mountain Pride Tournament. During the tourney the Volcano boys first beat the East Nicolaus Spartans 71-63. On the second day of the tournament, Dec. 8, the Vols lost to Big Valley 65-47. On day three, the Chester Volcanoes were again victorious over the Burney Raiders in a close game 55-52. Individual stats were not available at press time. The lady Vols lost to East Nicolaus 53-27 on day one then beat Big Valley in a close game 47-45 on day two of the CHS Tourney. The score for the final game against Burney Dec. 9 was a close loss, 46-44, for the Vols. Southeast County - Portola Portola High hosted the Tiger Classic at the other end of the county. The Tigers lost their ppening game against Modoc 59-39, but won their second game on day two against Biggs 54-49. The score for the final game against their rivals in Quincy had not yet been reported. The Portola ladies lost to Modoc 46-36 on Dec. 7 and to Biggs 49-41 on Dec. 8. On day three of the Tiger Classic, the ladies played their rivals, the Quincy Trojans, and won 47-36. A nice tournament end for the Portola Tiger ladies. Also at the Tiger Classic were the QHS Trojan boys who beat Biggs on day one by a score of 61-53. They then played Modoc and lost 59-44 on day two before playing their rivals, the Tigers, on day three. The score for the fmal game and individual stats will be reported as they are made available. The Quincy ladies lost to Biggs 62-25 the first day of the tournament and also to Modoc 56-43 on dhy two. The last for the Trojan ladies was a loss to their rivals, the Portola Tigers 47-36 on day three. West - Durham, Maxwell The Greenville Indian ladies played in the Durham Tournament that began Dec. 7 against Fall River where the ladies lost 62-12. They played Tulelake on Dec. 8; no score has yet been reported. They beat the Princeton Eagles 37-32 The Greenville Indian boys played in the Maxwell Tournament. They lost their f st game against Maxwell on Dec. 7 by a score of 66-35 and were sched ed to play Princeton on Dec. 8. The score for that game has not yet been reported, nor were scores available for the final game Dec. 9. Head coach Kent Grammer and assistant David Hollister have different reactions to the action on the court Dec. 5; two heads are better than one. Photos Marl Erin Roth TALCUM POWDER OVARIAN CANCER CASES IT JUST Show you care by recycling to help reduce litter! Over 51 billion pieces, of litter land On U.S. roadways each year - that's 6,729 items per mile. Litter has environmental consequences - debris may be carried by storm drains into local waterways.- Litter on the ground attracts more litter. Advertising funded by a grant managed by Plumes County Deptartment of Public Works. The Volcanoes stop E. Nicolaus from scoring and win 71-63 on Dec. 7 in the Chester Mountain "Swoosh" goes a free throw Pride Tournament. shot from Volcano Justin Burt. Marl Erin Roth 17 points, Averie Navarro with give us some good court time gym coming online, hopefully Sports Editor 4 and Mackenzie Brown with 2. before our season starts," before the season starts, maybe eroth@plumasnewscom In the final game, another added Bustamante. even before Christmas. very close game, the Indians The Greenville Indian boys The boys lost Dec. 7 to Los The Greenville Indian girls lost to Happy Camp 42-38. GHS are led by head basketball Molinos 66-35 in theMaxwell played in a basketball scorers were Bustamante with coach Jonathon Kusel. "I was Tournament and the score has tournament in Westwood 13 points, Goodson with 10, and very pleased with the not yet been reported for the starting Nov. 30. In the first Navarre, Brown and Riley outcome," said Kusel of last game against Maxwell on Dec. game the Indians won by a Botts with 2. week's tournament play, "I was 8. score of 32-14 against "Overall the girls played well particularly impressed The first league game for the i Westwood. Top scorer was for not being able to practice in considering our starting team boys is at Elk Creek on i Ashlyn Bustamante with 17 a gym," said head girl's is made up of four sophomores, ' Tuesday, Dec. 19. The fn'st i points, with 9 of those points basketball coach Bridgettone junior and a single senior." home game for the Indians in i from 3-pointers. Alexis Bustamante. "We are lookingThe GHS boys beat Herlong the new GHS gym is scheduled Goodson scored 9 points, forward to the upcoming 63-24, and Downieville 60-31. on Tuesday, Jan. 9, at 6:30 p.m.! In game two, the Indians lost season" They lost to Happy Camp 70-47. against the American Christian a close game with Maxwell by a The Greenville girls haveThe coach says he is feeling Academy Eagles traveling all ; score of 34-25. Scor'ing for the two tournaments in the next optimistic about the season and the way from Anderson. Indians were Bustamante with couple of weeks "which will is looking forward to the new The Greenville Indian girls' basketball team takes a break on the GHS campus in scenic Indian Valley. The girls are ready to play the first i! league game in their new gym on the new basketball court. From left, Lacie Banchio, Ashlyn Bustamante, Solai Pomtong, Mackenzie Brown, Averie Navarro, Riley Botts, Rosemary Balbiani, Kaitlyn Fairbanks and Alexis Goodson. Photo submitted AIRLINE START H ERE Get trained as FAA certified Aviation Technician. Financial aid for qualified students. Job placement assistance. 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