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6C Wednesday, Nov. 1, 2017 Bulletin, Record, Progressive, Reporter The Bears give every effort to get the best of the Trojans but lose Thomas, Sein Yoacham and Joel Frank. Photos by Marl Erin Roth 5-2. From left, Trojans Tommyl Locally grown Winter Squash Acorn, Butter Hut, Spaghetll & Kabocha by Martin's Produce Red or Green Bell Peppers Mushrooms Sale pdces effecUve November 3 & OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK 5am-10pm Locally Owned Operated 50 GRAND Bag Sum Broccoli Cucumber ear 4, 2017, only. Sale starts at 6:00 am. Umlted SUSANVILLE, CA 96130 Yellow Roma 2 Ib. Bag Italian Squash supply. No rainchecks please. Scratch Baked Goods Fine Wines & Spirits All Lottery Games US Postage We accept Food Stamps & WlC CHAMPS, from page 1C propelled the undefeated Division 1 Trojans on to the last match of the Northern Section Championship on Oct. 30 against the Division 2 Tulelake Honkers. The funny mascot name is deceptive because the Honkers were not a team to mess around with. They won by scores of 6-0 against both of their finalist championship opponents leading up to the final game against Quincy. The Tulelake team has a record of an incredible number of goal attempts per game, which increases their odds of scoring, for sure. Not to understate that point, the Honkers attempted 228 goal shots to the Trojan 34. Quincy is better at team play, averaging 53 assists to the Honker 31, and that could have been the advantage for the undefeated Trojans. The game outcome isn't known at press time, so look for details of the game against the Honkers in next week's sports section. ~HS Trojan Tommy Thomas leaves m Mt. Sheeta near. !n his ake*as he scorn a goal for the Trojans. Team Captain Sein Yoacham keeps the Etna Lions to zero as goalie Oct. 24. Miles Rubalcava-Cunan heads down the field to score one of his two goals against Mt. Shasta. A Mt. Shasta Bear makes the mistake of stumbling, with Sein Yoacham too close and ready to take control.