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2C Wednesday, April 20, 2016 Bulletin, Record, Progressive, Reporter Jake Jacobson Sports Writer Spencer Lee follows through a picture perfect swing in Chester's 11-1 win over Quincy on April 13. Photo by Jake Jacobson The Chester High School baseball team defeated county opponent Quincy in a non- league game April 13 in Chester. The Volcanoes won the game 11-1 in six innings thanks to a five run second inning• Spencer Lee and Tristan James led Chester offensively, each going 2-for-4. Lee racked up three RBIs, while James drove in one run and scored three times. Tyler Davidge had two RBIs for Chester while Caleb Sylvester, Jason Schlueter, Silas LaGroue and Adam Branch each had one RBI. Schlueter and Branch Shutdown the Trojan offense on the mound, pitching three innings each and allowing one run on a combined seven hits, two walks and 10 strikeouts. Brenden Murray scored the only run for Quincy. The Vols defend their 8-6 record when they host Mercy for a Five Star League game April 27. Jake Jacobson Sports Writer Pearson singled to right, scoring Evan Leal for a walk off score at home. The Portola High School Esparto 11, Portola 0 baseball team came back Portola lost its first game from an eight run deficit to of the league doubleheader beat Loyalton 12-11 on April at Esparto on April 15 to fall 12 in Portola. to 6-7-1, and 0-4. The Tigers led early on, but a strong five run fifth inning Esparto 14, Portola 1 from Loyalton gave the The Tigers dropped the Grizzlies the lead. second game of the Portola bounced back doubleheader to Esparto to scoring seven runs in the fall to 6-8-1 and 0-5 in league bottom of the fifth inning and play. one more in the bottom of the The Tigers look to pick up sixth to send the game to their first league victory extra innings, when they go to battle at The Tigers scored the Quincy High School on winning run in the bottom of April 26. the eighth inning when Mitch Chester 7, Biggs 6 The Volcanoes took down Biggs in extra innings in a league match up in Biggs on April 11. Chester 14, Los Molinos 6 Chester defeated Los Molinos in its second Five Star league game of the season April 12 in Chester. The Vols are now 8-6 overall and 2-0 in league play. Chester hosts Mercy in an FSL match up April 27. Maxwell 9, Quincy 1 Quincy High School dropped the first game of its league doubleheader at Maxwell on April 15. ! Maxwell 4, Quincy 2 The Trojans fell in their second game of the doubleheader at Maxwell to fall to 1-14 overall and 1-4 in league play. Quincy visited Loyalton in a non-league game April 18. Results will be in next week's paper. The Trojans host Portola on April 26. Softball Portola 7, Loyalton 2 The Lady Tigers took down Loyalton in a non-league game April 12 in Portola. Portola 28, Esparto 2 Portola defeated Esparto in the first game of a Mid-Valley I League doubleheader April 15 in Esparto. This was Portola's first league win of the season. Portola 18, Esparto 5 The Lady Tigers dropped Esparto in the second game of the doubleheader in Esparto to improve to 7-6 overall and 2-3 in league play. The Tigers look to pick up their first league victory when they go to battle at Quincy High School on April 26. Quincy 13, Westwood 0 The Lady Trojans took down Westwood on April 11 at home in a non-league match up. n Maxwell 6, Quincy 0 Quincy lost the first game of its MVL doubleheader in Maxwell. Maxwell 11, Quincy 3 The Lady Trojans fell to Maxwell in the second game of the doubleheader to drop to 9-11 overall and 3-2 in MVL play. Quincy visited Loyalton in a non-league game April 18. Results will be in next week's paper. The Lady Trojans host Portola on April 26. Chester 12, Los Molinos 2 Chester took down Los Molinos in its second Five Star League game of the season to improve to 9-7 overall and 2-0 in league play. Chester hosts Mercy in a FSL match up April 27. COMMUN 2016 CLASSES GREENVILLE Town Hall Friday April 22 8:00 a.m.- 5:00 p.m Max 80 students SUSANVILLE Lassen CoJlege Room HU 201 Friday May 13 8;00 a.m - 500 p.m Max 80 Sth dents Line Hired Awa reness AVERY SPECIAL THANKYOI/TO OI/R CORPORATE DONORS (Donations of $500,00 or more) Genesee Valley Ranch Echo Mountain Stone Canyon Dam Store DL Stoy Logging Sincerity Lodge #132 Fehrman Mortuary Diversified Resources Inc. Chuck & Nancy Cortesi Way Station John and Janice Holland Diehard Gundogs Indian Valley Firearms Training AVERY SPECIAL THANKS TO ALLWHO DONATED Major's Outpost Horton Tire/Les Schwab Mike Nordt Feather River Properties Gold Diggers Softball Tournament Mark Ddizio Construction Mary Smith Indian Valley Thrift Store Country Style Salon: Margie Bob & Melody Zemich Country Style Salon: Karen Riley's Jerky Bev Hardesty Heaven Sent & Angel Kisses Kelly Wilkerson Country Style Salon: Alisa Dare to Be Dazzled Country Style Salon: Joel Mandy Hovland Glow & Go Forest Stationers Organic Spray Tan Intermountain Hardware & Supply Karen Vanzandt Indian Creek Veterinary Clinic John & Sharol Robinson Holiday Market Bill & Roxanne Arave Mt Huff Golf Course Anna's Cafe Idaho Grocery Steve & Angie Clark Hunter's 'Ace' Hardware Dustin Vert Car Quest Darlene Hilpert Jack Velasco Double G Iron Horse Saloon Cabela's Chester Tactical Sports Four Points by Sheraton Josefma Fine Knits Taylorsville Tavern Napa Auto Parts Cherie Whipple Lake Almanor Fly Fishing Co. Feather Publishing Co., Inc. Gosney's Barber Shop Village Drug ' Chester True Value Hardware Mountain Valley Pizza Treats Dog Company Sandy Hampton Quincy Stables Howard Storage Quincy Tow Service & Repair Neff Automotive Rusty Bucks Lassen Gift Company Toni Hovland Ted Stout Greenville Plumas Bank Pet Country M & M Gas & MiniMart Holland Driving School Heidi Marsh Frank's Garage Buffalo Chips Pizza Brandon Tire DuPont Power Tools Iklden Town Resort Quail Lodge Evergreen Market Theresa Milke Arlene Brown Hunting Buddies Sierra Coffee & Beverage Sterling Sage Mohawk Jewelry Center Main Street Salon Josh Peteis Ryan Neer Judy Dolphin Quincy Firearms (Cary Pini) ............................. ~:ii'~" ~'~'~÷~z Lassen Community College will be presenting an eight hour annual fire safety training class for fire contractors who work directly on the fire line (dozers, water tender operators, timber fallers, pickup drivers). In order to work on the fire line, you MUST attend this class. For more information• and to RSVP, contact the Lassen College Fire Science Department at 251-8829. You Must RSVP as space is limited! Cost of Attendance • California Residents : $50 • Out of State Residents: $73