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Bulletin, Record, Progressive, Reporter Wednesday, Oct. B, 2014 SPOl 00.TS AND RECREATI{DN lC Quincy's Craig Martynn busts through Portola's Matthew Remington to gain some major yardage during the annual rivalry game in Portola last Friday night. Quincy upset the Tigers with a 24-7 win. Martynn led the Trojans" offense with 213 yards and two touchdowns. Photo by, James Wilson Trojans take out Tigers James Wilson Sports Editor sports@plumasnews.com For the Quincy Trojans, the rivalry trophy has f'mally returned home. Quincy's varsity football team took down Portola 24-7 in the annum rivalry game Oct. 3 to regain the trophy. The game took place on Portola's homecoming night, to add salt to the wound and intensify the rivalry. The win was much needed for Quincy, which came into the game with a 1-3 record. The loss for Portola dropped its record to 2-3, equal to Quincy's. Both teams' defenses made the game. Neither team reached the end zone in the first half. Quincy's Aaron Race scored the only points of the half, kicking two field goals for the Trojans. The ff]_rst field goal was back from an impressive 42 yards. "Portola is a good football team," expressed Quincy coach Tom Goss. "We came out focused and had several players step up to the challenge. We were also able to capitalize on the turnovers See Football, page 2C Adam Nesbit leads the runners at the starting point of Plumas Rural Services' fourth annual run/walk to raise awareness of domestic violence in the county. Nesbit led the whole way, eventually placing first in the run. Photo by James Wilson Runners ake a stand against dolnestic violence James Wilson Sports Editor sports@plu masnews.com To kick off Domestic Violence Awareness Month, Plumas Rural Services held its fourth annual run/walk in Quincy on Oct. 4. The point of the annual run was to create awareness of the amount of domestic violence that takes place in Plumas County. Domestic violence often goes unheard and unnoticed, as it takes place in the home. According to Delicia Martinetti, PRS' domestic violence services coordinator, the amount of abuse in the county is actually quite staggering/ "One thing that's surprising is the amount of domestic violence we have for such a tiny area," Martinetti stated. "For example, we've had to triple the size of our staff in the last five years to keep up with our clients." See Domestic Rqn, page 4 c Prou ly Supports Breast Cancer Awareness Mo Redeem a service coupon in October & we will d :}nate $5  to help find a cure For breast cancer i THE IC TIRE GUARANTEE, WE'LL BEAT ANY PRICE ON TillS= 13 MAJOR BRANDS WE SELL. !iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii Iiiiiiiiili!iiiiiiiiii riiiiiii!iiii2iiii r!ii!iiiiiiiiiiiiii Call our Parts & Service i ! Department today for a iiii:!ii:'i',J quote...257-5092 MOTORCRAFT® Complete @ii' BRAKE SERVICE iiii!iiiili!i =179 '" or less  • Brake pad or shoes • Machining rotors or drums ii] • Labor included iiiiiiili] Per axle price on most vehicles. Exclusions apply. [i:i!!!:| IliiP•: iii;i! Tax extra. See Service Advisor for details. |ii!i : ] Offer valid with coupon, ....................... MOTORCRAFT® Tested Tough® Max Batteries li00]0i 9900, ,,, With 100 month warranty No appointment necessary With exchange. Taxes and installation extra. Warranty includes FREE towing on dealer installed battery. See Service Advisor for vehicle applications and limited warranty details. Offer valid with coupon. MOTORCRAFT® Premium . {if:,!! . FORD PARTS WARRANTY: WIPER BLADES with Wear i!ii!:!, Two years, Unlimited mileage, , ,,,.=.'n"""+or . Includes labor*. jiii!] s190000° per pair Taxes extra. See Service Advisor for installation, vehicle application and details. Offer valid with •coupon. susan villea utocen ter. coB Ford parts are original i .!i!i::ii equipment ,for Ford, Lincoln i::iii and Mercury vehicles and ji!ii:ii help restore new-vehicle-like j!i!!iJ performance and reliability. And now they're covered for a full two ii;i: years with unlimited mileage. Even labor !!if:, cost are included. *Labor { i i J have a limit. See your dealer for a copy of the limited warranty. Offer valid with coupon, iii Trade Ins Welcome. Credit Problems, Sales Hours: No Problem. Mon-Fri, 8arn-7pm Sat., 9am-6pm Sun., 10am-5pm i Like Us On 5092 Service Hours: Fa¢,e40k §30-257- • 888-378-S621 .w,,., Richmond Road E., Susanville M0n-0pm ----