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2C Wednesday, Dec. 19, 2001 Bulletin, Progressive, Record, By $1ummmm Mmvow Sports Editor The Chester High School girls basketball team was handed its first two loses of the season at the Modoc tour- nament Dec. 13-15, putting its overall record at 7-2. The Lady Volcanoes lost their first game to Modoc, 56- 53. Josie Goolsby and Kelley Hinschberger each delivered 12 points, and Goolsby cap- tured 23 rebounds. Kara Rice scored 11 points and Chelsea Green totaled 10 points and 10 rebounds. Chester then fell to Liberty Christian, 57-47, after being tied at 39 at the end of the third quarter. Randi Korhuniak regis- tered 12 points, and Goolsby earned 9 points, 19 rebounds and five blocks. Hinschberg- er added 8 points and six steals. "It was a great defensive game by both teams," said Chester coach Greg McIntire. "Liberty made 8-of-10 from the free-throw line to get the victory." In their mal game, the La- dy Vols bounced back and beat Westwood, 60-50. Hin- schberger recorded 15 points and 12 steals, Green claimed 11 points and 14 rebounds, and Korhuniak turned in 11 points. Goalsby earned 8 points and 19Tebounds and earned an All-Tourney selec- tion. Chester's junior varsity girls team won all three of its games to claim a third tour- ney championship and main- rain an undefeated record at Kera Rice gets a look nt the dyVols went 1-2 last week -0. In its first game, Chester defeated Modoc, 37-22. Emily Sanchez totaled 14 points and 13 rebounds, and Cassie Par- sons drained 8 points. Against Westwood, Chester won 36-28, with Ashley Gos- ney registering 14 points and Rle i to/Shannon Morrow II et for Clmster. Itm at tim towmmy. eight steals. The Volcanoes then beat Liberty Christian, 47-20. Gos- ney and Sanchez scored 15 and 10 points, respectively. Sanchez was named the tournament MVP, and Par- sons was selected to the AU- Tourney team. Offense: Dustin Groh Sierra Nevada Soccer League 2001 All-League Selections I.o lee MI/IPs .......... Quincy Defense: Brett Pearson Forwards: Cody Adams .................. Portola Neal Whiteman ................ Quincy Sara Bowman ............. Downieville Flrlt Team Halfbacks: Goalie: Ben Hubert ................... Portola Forwards: John Tomatis ................ Loyalton , Juan Flores ............... Chris King .................... Quincy Miguel Jeffrey .............. Qua., Brenden Walker ........... LoyaJ Luke Adkins ..... Plumas ,.,.. ttncy's g Kendaal Strailey ............. is in Di Brian Allen ................ Pr d aga ilV schoo Defenders: tball tc Sam Provoast ............. Loya k winnin Scott Caskie ................ Po. two. Anthony Robbins ........... Qu 9're p ai, Second Team l on. W, lWetl." Halfbacks: .Po Henry O'Donnell .......... Downieville Justin Ruidervaart ...Plumas Christian Defenders: Goalie: Graham Shea .... Michael Herndon ..... Plumas Christian Krista Helm .......... Jeb Heiman ............... Quincy's boys soccer team won the Sierra Nevada league and earn All-League selectionl. Rle verai I in Mountain Cat in stock! 800 MM.~ 151& 144 600 CL ER Bectric 600 Mln. C.~ ER Start & Revenm 500 Mln. P~d m0 Zl.lfl ~mwl 570 M'In. SlI0 S "llml 600 Pantera T0udng 570 Z Smart Sh0ck System 570 Panther T0udng .570Z 600 ZI. EFI 1~ ~ (ClaM's machine) What Snowmobiling} All About. 23 Crescent St. a Quincy, CA 95971 (530) 28&2136 or 2 RIDE 1 IIII Quincy High School 2001 Soccer Awards Boys Best sportsmanship .... Tanner Johns Most improved .... Best defender ....... Anthony Robbins Best midflelder ...Kendaal Best forward ......... Neal Whiteman MVP ................ Vm' ty Most inspirational ....... Ginny Eck Most versatile ... Best defense ........... Lindsay Davis Co-MVP .............Emily Best offense ............ Lacey Schmid Co-MVP .............Amber Best sportsmanship .Daniel McCallurn Most improved ........ 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