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Bulletin, Progressive, Record, Reporter Wednesday, Nov. 10, 2010 3C Co-champions After defeating Loyalton and Downieville last week, each by a score of 3-0, the Greenville High School volleyball team finished league with a 7-1 record to tie for first place with West- wood in the Pioneer-Mountain League. The Greenville Indians, seeded fourth in the Division Vl playoffs, earned a first-round bye and a home playoff game Tuesday, Nov. 16. Photo by Shannon Morrow Div. Vl Volleyball playoff brackets 9-Nov 16-Nov 18- Nov 20-Nov All dates, sites and times may be changed by mural consent. i#l'Fall River I , , IFall River I#1s Bye , I l#9 Chester 1#8 Big Valley 1#5 Reddlnl Christian #12 Downieville l#13 Bye I Greenville [#4 Greenville I #3 Westwood ! Westwood 1#14 Bye I I#11 Reddtng Adventist l#6 Tulelake I 1#7 Providence Christian 6:00 Nov. 9th I I #10 Butte Valley I I I#ls Bye ,IchampIon Christian 1#2 Champion Christian Highest seeded team shall host up to the final game Suggested match time for these rounds is 7:00 pm Chester's football team kicks off the ball after scoring another touchdown. Pictured, from left: Curtis Stevens, John Gustin and Keith Wann. Photo by Shannon Morrow Volcanoes register shutout Shannon Morrow Sports Editor sports@plumasnews.com against third-seeded Modoc. In last week's win against Los Molinos, the Volcanoes rushed for 223 total yards. Ryan Bereznak (62 yards), Rocklin Loranger (60 yards) and Jake Simms (59 yards) were Chester's leading ball carriers. Through the air, Simms completed two passes to Cole Fanning for 59 yards and one touchdown. The Volcanoes scored four rushing touchdowns with four different players: Berez- The Chester High School football team finished its reg- ular season in style with a 33- 0 shutout at home against Los Molinos last Friday. The win put Chester's overall record at 6-4 and league record at 3-3. The Chester Volcanoes, seeded fourth in the Division IV playoffs, will travel to A1- turas this Friday to square off Custom Designed to Meet Your Needs GARAGE, SHOP, WAREHOUSE, MINI STORAGE, HAY BARN, HORSE BARN, HANGAR Now Offering Metal Roofing, Remodeling & Restoration Serving Lessen, Plumes and Sierra Counties 630-U0-6661 DISABILITY (775) 825-1616 [ FREE 1-877-832-8757 I DI se habla espafiol / SABILITY ASSOCIATES nak, Simms, Colin Houlihan and Aron McCulloch. On defense, McCulloch led with six tackles, and Joel Schmidt earned five. Matt Staggs and Justin Schlueter registered four stops apiece. Staggs nabbed an intercep- tion, while Simms, Westley Ruffer, Keith Wann and An- tonio Urata each captured a sack. Seeded ninth The Quincy volleyball team finished up its regular season at Hamilton City Nov. 4, when the Trojans lost in three games. Pictured, from left: Katie Barnes, Kristin Wright, Elaina Amodei, Tori Beeson and Julie Newton. As the ninth seed in the Division V playoffso Quin- cy faced eighth-seeded Trinity Tuesday, Nov. 9. Photo by Kimberly Eliason Check Out Our Woman Gets "Thera-Gesic"' Tattoo After Successful Use! BEXAR COUNTY - Mary. Ann W. used Thera-Gcsic' on her sore back 'nd was so excited about the great results and great value that she got a big "'Thcra-Gesic""tattoo as a celebration. When asked where on her body she got the tattoo, she painlessly replied, "None of your dang business!" Go painlessly with Them-Gesic*' " OLD COIN 1 COLLECTIONS... i:: Pre-1965 Silver Coins, 10k-24k Gold " Pre-1936 Silver Dollars, graded extra fine or better, Old currency, All gold coins FREE APPRAISALS * We come to you e Over 20 years in coin business e References available Ca. 530-589-3585 leave message : or 530-370-0101 for appointment INTRODUCING DIRECT FLIGHTS FROM DALLAS TO BARBADOS AmericanNrUnee Vacations. AAVacat/oc BOOK NOW AT VISITBAKBADOS.ORG/DALLAS. American Air, nee Vacations is a mark of American Air,nee, Inc. MT HUFF GOLF COURSE HWY 89 & ARLINGTON RD. CRESCENT MILLS 4528 yards ... Par 66 OPEN YEAR ROUND (weather permitting) V' out lunch at the Clubhouse 1 1am - 3pm Watch for our upcoming golf specials Gift Certificates make great stocking stuffers! Clothing Hats Clubs Accessories Tee times recommended Open Daily 9am-5pm (weather permitting) 284-6204