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2C Wednesday, Jan. 22, 2014 Bulletin, Record, Progressive, Reporter m Chester's Trey Reed jumps up to get the ball in the hoop Jan. 15 during the Volcanoes' bout with Westwood. Chester finished the home game with a 58-31 win. Photo by Tony Cordero James Wilson Spo~cs Editor The Chester Volcanoes boys' basketball team was unstoppable last week. Chester played three games in three days and came out with three wins. Greenville won its only game of the week to make it a four-game streak for the Plumas teams of the Northern Section Division VI. Chester Chester started its streak for the week at home against Mercy on Jan. 14, winning 65-42. The next day Chester hosted Westwood and won 58-31. On Jan. 16, the Volcanoes proved they don't let up on the road and took down Redding Christian 64-59. The wins upped Chester's record to 13-3 overall and 3-1 in league. Chester dominated both halves in the game against Mercy. By halftime, the Volcanoes were up 33-17. Wyatt Durkin scored 23 points to lead the team. Hunter Morris scored an additional 10. David Estacio led the team in steals with SIX. The next night was similar, with Chester walking over its opponent. At the half, Chester led 27-13. Estacio truly performed on defense, nabbing 13 steals. He also scored 12 points. Durkin once again led in scoring with 18 points. Eddi Perez scored eight points. Chester didn't have as easy a time with Redding Thursday night at 7:30 Christian as it did against its Though Chester's record is other opponents of the week. better than that of the Tigers, Nonetheless, the Volcanoes Portola is in a higher were able to come out with division. another win. Chester was down 31-20 at Greenville the half. Redding Christian Greenville's away game dominated the long shot with against American Christian seven three-pointers in the Academy on Jan. 14 was first half. In the second half, back and forth the entire Chester upped its coverage game. Greenville kept its along the three-point line to game tight to scrape out a force Redding Christian 68-66 win and elevate its inside. Similarly, Chester overall record to 8-9 with a started going more for the 3-1 league record. two-pointers and pulled off Walker Meyers played his the win. last game of the year for Durkin was the high Greenville, as he is set to scorer once again with 27 undergo surgery on his points. In the third quarter fingers. Meyers was the the ball bounced off the rim team's top scorer with 21 and Durkin grabbed it and points. slammed it. Estacio was the Cooper Kingdon scored next high scorer with 15 next highest with 17 points. points. Justus Eaglesmith also "This season is going well reached the double digits, so far, but we need to keep with 14 points. Eaglesmith improving," commented led his team in rebounds Chester's coach, Jake with 15. Simms. "We have a tough Greenville will play its schedule ahead and it's going next home game this Friday to be difficult." at 7 p.m. The Indians will Chester will host Portola host Herlong, which has a in a nonleague game 1-10 overall record. II If you or someone you know is having a problem with gambling please call 1-800-GAMBLER to get help. Brought to you by dramaworks' SWEET program via a grant from The Office of Problem Gambling. Portola's Taylor Prosser makes the shot during the Tigers' game against Williams last Friday. The Tigers kept a lead the whole game to win 59-47. Photo by James Wilson GIRLS BASKETBALL, from page 1 C Quincy Quincy continued its streak with its ninth straight If you have a photo or photos you would like us to consider using in the 2014 Plumas County Visitors Guide that exemp f es everything that makes this county such a great place to visit, we would encourage you to submit them via email to, Be sure to include de- tails about where the photo(s) was taken, your phone number and permission for us to use it in our publication. The only renumeration we can offer for the use of your picture(s) is a photo credit. Deadline for submission is Feb. 13, 2014. We nlc people doing activities, but scemcs are dso welcome. Pick up a copy of the 2013 Visitors Guide at a local business to an idea of the kinds of pi( we've used in the or visit our website, www.plumasnews,com and click on the Plumas County Visitors Guide link. loss Jan. 17. The Trojans traveled to Maxwell to lose 55-30. The loss drops Quincy's record to 1-10 overall and 0-1 in league. According to Quincy's coach, Harlon Savier, the team has rotated being sick throughout the roster nearly the entire season. On only four occasions has the entire team been able to practice with each other. "We're trying to find something that's going to work," commented Savier. "We have good athletes, but we haven't gotten enough practice with everyone to find the right combination of players to have out on the court." Savier named Brooke Potter as the star of the Maxwell game. Brooke scored 15 points, including four three-pointers. Brooke had problems shooting threes earlier in the season, but took her time and set her feet against Maxwell, according to Savier. The Trojans travel to Biggs this Friday to play at 6 p.m. Greenville The Indians won one and lost one last week, both on the road. On Jan. 14, Greenville lost 58-26 to American Christian Academy. Three days later, the Indians beat Downieville 40-21. The games brought Greenville's overall record to 3-9 and league record to 0-2. Brooke House was the top scorer in the game against American Christian. House scored nine points. The Indians will host Herlong on Friday at 5:30 p.m.