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Bulletin, Record, Progressive, Reporter Wednesday, Nov. 1, 2017 3C F ! rizzli rln iel M ri Erin Roth kick returns, Hilperts' total for Hilpert was heavy on the defense Sports Editor the night was, that's right, 612 too, leading the Indians with six eroth@plumasnews.corn yards. He scored seven Indian total solo tackles and 11 assists. touchdowns. Tassone was a force to be Greenville football Other Indians also did a great reckoned with nailing Grizzlies entertained the fans in the job for Greenville making the with six tackles and nine assists. stands as they played their last win against the Loyalton Senior Aaron Mecum had a total game of the season against Grizzlies possible. Quarterback of 13 tackles and McIntosh had Loyalton, beating the Grizzlies Tristan Clark, Colton Lawson, 12. by a score of 66-44. William McIntosh and Hilpert Loyalton fumbles really kept Sophomore Isaiah Hilpert had scored all of the Greenville the fans on their feet. Freshman the game of a lifetime Oct. 27. touchdowns. Lawson completed Kyle Hitson, Mecum and Hilpert Hilpert carried the ball 16 times a 3-point conversion. Clark each picked up a Grizzly fumble. for a total of a whopping 364 completed five passes for a total The Indians finished the yards. With an additional 62 of 141 yards. Alex Tassone had league in a three-way tie with yards receiving and 186 yards in eight carries for 103 yards. Princeton and Los Molinos as all three teams have 5-1 league records. The Division 5 Greenville team moves on for an away playoff game this Friday, Nov. 3, against the Division 6 Redding Lions. The Lions record in their league is 6-1. They finished the season in second place behind Big Valley at 7-0. CHS vs. Maxwell The Chester Volcanoes beat the Panthers by a score of 42-8. Chester is in the number one spot with an undefeated 4-0 league record. The Vols have one last conference game this week in the Mountain Valley League. That final league game is Friday, Nov. 3, at 7:30 p.m. in Chester. Quincy is right behind the Volcanoes in second place with a 3-1 league record. Biggs is in third place after losing to QHS on Oct. 27. Tiger Tristan Taylor captures Craig Harrington a pass for 12 Tiger yards. Photo by Greenville freshman no. 33, Kyle Hitson, brings the crowd to its feet as he the Grizzlies on Oct. 27. Photo by Marl Erin Roth recovers a fumble by Quincy quarterback Connor Caiazzo runs with the ball, avoiding Wolverines as he searches for an open pair of Trojan hands Oct. 27. Photo by Marl Erin Roth QHS vs. Biggs Trojans held the Wolverines to The Trojans beat the Wolverines by a score of 35-12 zero and the half ended with Friday night in front of a big QHS leading 17-0. crowd from both schools. Biggs The Wolverines made a turn brought a huge crew of around in the second half as they cheerleaders that helped to keep scored two TDs in the third Biggs fans excited through the quarter. The Trojans were up to game. the task scoring two TDs of their The fu'st half of the game, the own. Tiger Jared Maddalena plans his path through the Burney Raider defense Oct. 27 in Portola. Photo by Craig Harrington t Running fiercely, the Trojans scored another touchdown in the fourth quarter and the Quincy defense kept the Wolverines scoreless. PHS vs. Burney The Portola Tigers lost Oct. 27 in Burney against the Burney Raiders 25-17. Tiger touchdowns were scored by sophomore Mario Ruiz and junior Jaylin Babers. With 19 carries, Babers had a total of 181 yards rushing plus 23 receiving. The Portola football team is finished for the season, but head football coach Joe Sanchez expressed gratitude and appreciation for the effort the boys put out this year. "Our players never quit," said Sanchez. Coach articulated high hopes for the future of the team. Those that played this year gained "invaluable life experiences," said Sanchez last week. The 2017 varsity football team consisted mostly of sophomores. Portola can look forward to a seasoned team of veterans to start next year. GHS William Mclntosh has the ball and runs around Indians keeping Grizzlies out of his way. Photo by Marl Erin Roth Portola Tiger Eric Jacobson looks for his mark against Burney High on Oct, 27. Jacobson completed eight passes for 86 yards. Photo by Craig Harrington Referees kept the crowd warm and lively Friday night in the Feather River College stadium during the game between Biggs and Quincy on Oct. 27. Photo by Marl Erin Roth Greenville has a big lead over the Loyalton Grizzlies in the second quarter. Photo by Marl Erin Roth / ht Free Vaeationff www.boatangel.oom ~tpnlmd by ~ anploulreaoh oenten crop CKIM|$ A~IIIIT CHII~It|N TALCUM POWDER OVARIAN CANCER CASES J oa's r4o-$howet LET US SAVE YOU TIME & MONEY REACH 75+ M~LLION REAOERS WiTH ONE ORDER, ONE BILL! 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