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The Quincy Trojan girls’ soccer team: from left, Coach Jeff Brawley, Natalie Caporale, Joey Johnson, Joan Frank, ReAnna Weaver, Sabina Winter, Sophia Becwar Berry, Sabrina Walmer and Chloe Emmot. Front, from left, Jazzmyn O’Bryant and goalie Haley Stewart.

Quincy boys’ soccer wins tight game in Redding

Assistant soccer coach DJ Davis gets specific giving direction to his Quincy High Trojans during the Sept. 12 match against Portola. Photos by Mari Erin Roth

Quincy boys 4, Redding 2

After beating the Redding Lions 4-2 on Sept. 21 in Redding, the Trojan boys’ soccer team is 3-0 in the league and 9-1 overall.

Luis Santos scored two goals and had two assists.

“Miles Rubalcava-Cunan had a beautiful header assisted by Tommy Thomas,” said head boys’ soccer coach Mike Woodlee. “Miles also had assists and Jon Sean had the final goal. Goalie Cameron Dingel had seven saves,” added Woodlee.

The boys played away against CORE Butte on Sept. 26. They play rival Portola Tigers tomorrow, Thursday, Sept. 28, in Portola at 4 p.m. Then a home game against Paradise Tuesday, Oct. 3; again in Quincy versus Redding on Thursday, Oct. 5; and an away game Oct. 6 in Squaw Valley.

Chester girls 8, Quincy 2

The CHS girls won their home game against the Trojans 8-2 on Sept. 16. On Sept. 7, the Volcanoes lost to the Quincy girls, for the first time in seven years, by a score of 4-2. The 2017 season started out with a 3-3 tie between the two teams Aug. 26, so in actuality, the girls were headed into their Sept. 21 match tied. That game was postponed due to sudden rainstorms and so the girls will next face off in Chester on Thursday, Oct. 19, in Quincy on Thursday, Oct. 28, and lastly in Chester on Nov. 4.

Portola Tigers 3, Paradise 0

Portola Tiger Alma Whitfield works to maintain control of the ball against Trojan Quinn Holzer on Sept. 12.

The PHS coed soccer team lost its home game against Paradise Adventist Academy on Sept. 21 after a tie against CORE Butte in Chico, 3-3, on Sept. 19.

Next up for the Tigers will be a rival match against the Quincy Trojans, Thursday, Sept. 28, at 4 p.m. in Quincy. In October, the Tigers play in Paradise Oct. 2, in Chico Oct. 5 and will host CORE Butte Tuesday, Oct. 10 at 4 p.m.

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