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Bulletin, Record, Progressive, Reporter Wednesday, Dec. 24, 2014 5C , Greg Knight Sports Writer sports@plu The Chester Volcanoes made an appearance at the Marty Passaglia Invitational Tournament last week in Hamilton and took a tough 63-46 loss to 2013-14 Northern Section runner-up Mt. Shasta in the opener. • Vols senior Wyatt Durkin was the scoring leader for Chester with 18 points -- a record that included a • pair of three-pointers and four field goals. Tristan James finished with 11 points while Tanner Counts put up seven. Hamilton 50, Chester 45 The Vols were outgunned by the Braves in the second game of the tournament on a 50-45 final score. Results and stats for the Vols' game against Quincy were not available by press time. Portola Tigers Incline 100, Portola 58 After beating back Quincy last week at the 2014 Tiger Classic, the Portola Tigers boys' basketball squad looked like it could do no wrong heading into its road game against Incline Village on Monday, Dec. 15. It wasn't even close, however, as the Highlanders outran the Tigers on a 100-58 final score. The game wasn't yet out of reach for Portola at the half buzzer as the Tigers trailed 52-31. Thanks, however, to a Highlander offense that scored more than 20 points in each period, the coffin' was nailed shut for Portola in the second half as Incline ran off with a 48=27 scoring drive and the win. Evan Leal led the Tigers with 17 points, including a three-point shot from deep outside. Juan Rodriguez was also in double digits with 12 points while Kodi Lowdermilk and Memo Ruiz each added eight on the night: Saul Juarez finished the night with seven and Jake Jacobson added three. Chris Avalos was contained to a single bucket on the night. Fall River 78, Portola 70 The Tigers' next game was a bit closer as the Fall River Bulldogs took the win by only eight points to remain perfect at 8-0 on the season. Avalos was the high scorer again for Portoia with 17 points off five buckets, one from beyond the arc and four shots from the line. Three other Tigers were in double digits as Rodriguez (16), Juarez (12) and Leal (12) all pushed hard for the Tigers' offense. Leal finished the night with a pair of three-pointers. Portola 72, Burney 58 The Tigers' next chance for redemption came at the Burney Classic on Dec. i9 as the squad faced its hosts and took away a 72-58 win -- in a game that saw Leal score 24 points and Rodriguez and Lowdermilk combine for 27 more. Defensively, Leal and Rodriguez were on top of their game with 22 rebounds between the duo. Lowdermilk led with six assists and a trio of steals. Big Valley 76, Portola 74 Despite fighting the good fight against Big Valley -- and leading 43-38 at the break, the Tigers dropped their match to the Cardinals on a 76-74 final. Leal led the Tigers with 24 points. Lowdermilk put up 22 points and Juarez finished with 15 points. The Tigers now sport a 5-5 overall record on the season. With the winter break looming, Portola will take a rest before its cross-county meeting with Chester on Jan. 6, 2015, at home. Tip-off 1 is set for 7:30 p.m. against the Volcanoes. Chester's Wyatt Durkin (No. O) goes up against a pair of Mt. round of the Marry Passaglia tournament in Hamilton. Photo by Shasta defenders in the opening Greg Knight II PLY.YMBI~qG ~fk Residential • Commercial Call now for immediate appointment n (530) 283.1605 13W,~T][NG ~ Since 1976 ~ CA. Lic. #405176 • CA. Lic. #302259 www.maddenplumbir / Call Us Copy Cats... But Just Call Us! Choose us for all your duplicating needs. The Print Shop fit Feather Publishing Co. J PROPANE 74424 Hwy 70 Portola, CA 96122 Dave Shelton D/strict Manager P.O. Box 1480 • Portola, CA 96122-1480 Phone: 530 832-7700 Cell: 530 258-1445 • Fax: 530 832-7705 • 888 307-9767 Justin Cochetti Branch Manager D & D Roofing and Sheet Metal, Inc. 73828 S. Delleker, Ste. 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