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Bulletin, Record, Progressive, Reporter Wednesday, Dec. 24, 2014 3C Greg Knight Sports Writer sports@plumasnews.com junior Darian Potts each had 10 points in the win. The very next day the Indians put on a stunning The Greenville boys' display of defense by varsity team won the Holiday shocking Downiev'flle, 67-7, Small School Classic, with in a game that saw every Walker Meyers winning player on the Greenville tournament MVP last week squad make a scoring effort. in Elk Creek. Fellow varsity The Indians concluded players Justus Eaglesmith their run through small and Christian Beres were school teams with a part of the all-tournament convincing championship team as well. match victory over Starting out Friday, Dec. Princeton, winning 73-39. 19, the squad decimated the "(We) were up by only one hosting Elks on a 75-20 win point after the first quarter," that saw Eaglesmith put up said head coach Jonathan 20 points on 10 buckets and Kusel. "But the boys poured Beres add another six deuces it on in the second and third for 12 points. Meyers and quarters, scoring 42 points to Princeton's seven." The Greenville JV boys traveled to Tulelake to play in the Honkers' holiday classic and came within a few points of winning the tournament. The young squad soundly beat Bonanza and tournament host Tulelake in the first two games before losing the championship game to the Etna Lions by four. The Varsity squad now heads into the holidays with a 6-3 record overall. The JV squad has a 6-2 record. Varsity action will resume Jan. 13, 20i5, when the Indians host Providence Christian. , The Greenville Indians varsity basketball team From left: Ray Bustamante, Anthony Cardoza, James Martinez, head coach Jon Kusel, Corte Chris Meyers. Photo by Shelley Fuller wins the Elk Creek holiday toljrnament last week. Christian Beres, Walker Meyers, Logan Kingsland, Smith, Darian Potts, Justus Eaglesmith and coach Sherman plays in CIF Northern Section win Quincy High School senior Jasmin Sherman recently played for the victorious California interscholastic Federation sectional championship. Sherman was named to the Northern Section team that won against the Southern Section in a five-game, 3-2 win. Sherman has committed to attend Feather River College after graduation. Photo by Greg Knight Is Mistletoe Rea Poisonous, / While kissing under the mistletoe is perfectly / acceptable, eating the plant or berries is not. / Eating any part of the plant or drinking a / tea from the plant can result in sickness. / The toxin can cause blurred vision, I ...... nausea, abdominal pain, diarrhea, I blood pressure changes, I and even death. [ ....... ,_ - " Hobo Annie "HOBO" is a grey and white Tabby, DSH, "Annie" is mostly white, DLH spayed female. non-neutered male. He will be fixed for Loves people and would make a your adoption He is friendly and would great companion. make a good hunter. Ad{} )t eat and the ado ;lion l 'c on lhe 2rid eat! Our office hours are Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday 8am-5pm. Saturday viewing is by appointment only. Office hours are subject to change due to staffing, calling prior to visiting shelter is recommended. All potential adopters must complete an adoption consultation form and be approved prior to adoption. Adoption fees are $10.00 for dogs and cats, license fee for dogs are $15.00 per year. Sponsored by: blJ INCY DRUG STORE 283-0480 EST 1875 Your local downtown full service pharmacy including veterinary compounding The Feather River College women's basketball team has been volunteering players' time in Arlene Stahlman's kindergarten class at Quincy Elementary School. The Lady Golden Eagles have been helping in the class in a variety of ways this semester. Photo submitted Q E S, from pagelC but later on they were inside there for recess and carpet the lines and Setter and time most days of week and I smaller. The writing is one of help with spelling and the class and it brightens my day the things we help with."songs that help them to see them excited when we Another sophomore, educationally. It makes me come in as a group," Boyd Catherine Rees, added that feel like I am making a said. "I also love watching her involvement helps herdifference and helping them them grow academically. We feel that she is contributing grow up." have seen them develop as to the students' future. White added that the they write their names, see "The best part for me is the players will continue to them get within the lines, excitement of them learning volunteer in the classroom Their letters used to be big, new things," Rees said. "I am next semester. Y newspaper like? (*applies to staff photos only) Greenville, CA 284-7800 01I'0LI II 01fll 96 E. Sierra (Hwy 70), Portola, CA 832-4646 ~,-~Westwood PinePress P.O. Box 790, Westwood, CA 258-3115 287 Lawrence Street, Quincy, CA 283-0800 135 Main Street, Chester, CA ; 258-3115 100 Grand Ave., Susanville, CA 257-5321 L