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Greenville Indians form a solid barrier on defense between the Westwood Lumberjacks and the goal posts. Photos by Mari Erin Roth

Plumas high school football is full of winners Sept. 22 and 23

Greenville’s no. 34, William McIntosh, gets away from the Lumberjacks gaining a total of 144 yards for the Indians in the game.

Greenville 54, Westwood 16

The Indians were victorious at their homecoming game over the Westwood Lumberjacks by a score of 54-16 on Sept. 22.

Tristin Clark led rushing with 177 yards, for a total of 182 yards, followed by Alex Tassone rushing with 147 yards for a total of 169 yards. William McIntosh rushed for 144 and Isaiah Hilpert had 68 yards. The Indians had a great ground game Friday night.

Defensively the Indians were really on their game, too, with 25 tackles from Tassone, who sacked the quarterback three times. McIntosh had 19 tackles and 17 more were from Hilpert.

The Indians are 4-1 overall and running 2-0 in the league.

Portola 14, Valley 0

The Portola Tigers football team beat the Lions on Sept. 22 in Roseville.

Senior quarterback Eric Jacobson completed seven passes for a total of 150 yards, plus 7 yards rushing. Jaylin Babers led the Tigers with 172 total yards, including 54 yards receiving. Spaniard Clark had a total of 99 yards, with 72 yards in the air. Jacobson and Babers scored touchdowns for the Tigers with a 2-point kick by Brandon Caballero. Leading Tiger defense was Hunter Cabral with 14 tackles and Caballero with 10.

Awards for the game went to Hunter Cabral for overall play, Jacobson for offense, Chase Nielsen for defense and Tristan Taylor for special teams.

This Friday, Sept. 29, is the Portola Homecoming Game against Maxwell at 6:30 p.m.

Chester 36, Biggs 20

Hundreds of fans attended the Volcanoes match-up against the Biggs Wolverines in Biggs. The Volcanoes are 3-1 overall and in the league sit 1-0.

The Wolverines put the first mark on the scoreboard with a touchdown in the first quarter. With four minutes left in that quarter, Volcano Sawyer Durkin tied the score with a 51-yard rushing touchdown. Biggs retaliated with a TD with just one minute remaining in the first quarter and completed the first conversion of the game leaving the score 14-6 for the home team.

Early in the second quarter, Durkin again scored a touchdown, rushing four yards. The 2-point conversion pass from Durkin to John Longacre was good for a tied score, 14-14.

Tony Rogers scored a 5-yard rushing touchdown with the Volcanoes taking the lead into halftime, 20-14.

Rogers scored with a 17-yard rushing touchdown and the conversion pass from Durkin to Justin Burt was good making the score 28-14. Rogers scored again in the fourth quarter with a 9-yard rushing touchdown. The 2-point conversion pass to Colton Dreith was good and the score was 36-14.

The last big play of the game went to Biggs with a 31-yard passing touchdown making the final score 36-20 with victory going to the Volcanoes.

Quincy 29, Burney 10

The Trojans beat the Raiders on their home field in Burney on Sept. 22. Junior Connor Caiazzo had a great passing game completing six passes for a total of 116 yards and leading rushing with 129. Caiazzo’s total for the game was whopping 245 yards.

Points on the scoreboard for the Trojans were earned by Anakin Borghi with two touchdowns and a 2-point conversion, Caiazzo with a touchdown and a field goal and Justyn Conston with a touchdown.

The Trojans are 2-2 overall and 1-0 in the league. Next up is the Quincy Homecoming Game at Feather River College on Friday, Sept. 29, against Foresthill at 6:30 p.m.

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