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Bulletin, Progressive, Record, Reporter Wednesday, Dec. 21, 2Oll 5C Greenville wins by 10 The Greenville High School boys' basketball team defeated Herlong 54-44 at the Elk Creek tournament Sat- urday, Dec. 17. The Greenville Indians led 7-6 after the first quarter and went into halftime with a 24-20 advantage. In the third quarter, Greenville outplayed Her- long 17-9. Herlong outscored Greenville 15-13 in the final period. Andrew Fairbanks totaled 19 points for the Indians, and Tony Rogers scored 16. Tucker Willits and Geof- frey Gutherie added six points apiece, and Sam Johnson finished with five. Rogers led Greenville with 10 rebounds, followed by Fairbanks with seven. Greenville finished the tournament 1-2, after loses to Princeton and Biggs. Rogers and Wyatt Van- Fleet were selected as all- tournament players. Tony Rogers gets a fast break for the Indians. Rogers earned 16 points and 10 rebounds against Herlong. Photo by Shannon Morrow Bounc00 pass Hope Brown bounces a pass to Isabella Brandes during the Trojans' game at Lassen High School Dec. 13. Quincy lost 68-34. Photo by Kayleen Taylor Quincy announces post-set, son awclrds Quincy's all-league football players are, from left: Nate Brown, Tyler Strahl, Cal Blanton, Keshawn Johnson and Justin Saltel. Photo by Brenda Roccucci The Quincy volleyball award winners are, from left: Bailey Beeson (all-league and coach's award), Julie Newton-Webb (outstanding defensive player), Shannon Eliason (outstanding offensive player) and Elizabeth Volz (all-league and team MVP). Photo by Kimberly Eliason U r O .... :0 | th news u 't find ' t : i:i!i!ii:i (530) 283-0800 (530) 258-3115 (530) 832-4646 (530) 284-7800