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Bulletin, Record, Progressive, Reporter ,, ,,,, Wednesday, Feb. 4, 2015 3C QU I N CY, from pagelC Woodlee concurred about the and 9-7 overall. The Tigers' output of his team, next match will be Friday slight lead in the first few comparing the difference night when they host Esparto minutes of the half, thanks between their work in theat 6:30 p.m. Quincy's next mostly to the inside game of first and second halves, game will be tonight in "We really emphasized Greenville. Tip-off is set for Leal and Rodriguez. The Trojans were able to come keeping Leal and Rodnguez5:30 p.m. back into it during the last off the block, which we did eight minutes of the first half not do well in the first half," Girls' basketball Woodlee said. "We talked Quincy 49, Portola 35 -- after senior .Brady Rick likened teammate Davis' about that during halftime The Lady Trojans were level of play to a form of and what you saw was a also victorious over their meditation, whole new team come out of foes from Portola, taking a "We went to a zone format the locker room. That was a 14:point win over the Lady in the second quarter, which tremendous third period."Tigers to move up to 13-3 With the win taking the overall on the season and 3-0 slowed us down," Rick said. Trojans to 3-0 in league play, in league standings. "We boxed out betterafter that and DJ (Davis) hit some senior Tyler Hartline said The game was a slow big shots, better than he 'did his team was looking ahead starter for Quincy, with in the first. Then, he just to remainder of the season. Portola able to go up 10-8 at unloaded and was "It feels pretty good to be the end of the first period, unconscious in the second 3-0, but we have Fall River to despite a pair of buckets and get ready for now," Hartline pair of free throws from and third period. He just "It'll attacked and killed it." said. be a pretty good Trojan senior Jasmin Killed it, indeed, game because they are a D-6 Sherman. The Tigers were school. Then weare back to led by Tabitha Martinez who, Though Davis was only able to drop a solitary league play and hopefully we in the first eight minutes, can handle all our scored two baskets and made three-pointer in the second, it (Mid-Valley) opponents from assists to Alli Ramelli and was in the third period that now on." Erin Sheridan for the lead. he came alive, nailing down 13 points off a trio of threes Rick,.in addition to his 18 And then Quincy perked and two buckets. Jakob points on the boards and up. Grammer was also a big part five-for-five showing from With Sherman leading the the line, penciled in 10 pack on an eight-point of the period, adding 10 rebounds for a double-double four-basket run, the Trojans points on five buckets in the 29-il,run imposed by the and had six steals and five were able to outscore the assists. Grammer finishedTigers 15-6. Quincy's defense Trojans. with 16 while Jake Rick, was also able to totally After the game, Davis Crowe Herbertson-Deemer isolate Martinez in favor of a opined on the importance of and Hartline each added pair of dishes to Portola containing a pair of Tiger players. " eight. Mike Fowler scoredsenior Abby Folchi. four and the combo of Erik After the win, Sherman "We saw that the team was Schwartz and Chris Dorrissaid she had an idea what sticking around and not each finished with a deuce, caused the Trojans to fall giving up, so we had to bring For Portola, Saul Juarez behind in the first eight the game to a whole new level," Davis said. ended with four, while Memo minutes. Ruiz and Dom "Our reboundingwas not "Containing Leal and Vukobradovich each added as good in the first period Rodriguez was very important because of how two for the Tigers. Rodriguez and we were not posting up," tall they are, so we had to box also had a double-double Sherman said. "We got it them out to keep them from with 10 rebounds, under control in the second the rebounds." The loss for the Tigers and it worked out for us." Quincy head coach Mike drops them to 2-1 in league Leading the Tigers 23-16 Winter takes top-lO spot at Alpine Meadows Sabina Winter, a member of the Johnsville Junior Ski Club, took seventh place at Alpine Meadows last weekend among a group of 35 competitors in the 11-year, old girls' Tahoe League giant slalom race. Photo by Niki Hall "Mike Isoacs is without a doubt the most courteous and I ..... helpful solesperson I have ever hod the Quincy's Brooke Potter (No. 10) looks for an opening against Portola's Abby Folchi (No. 23) last week. The Lady Trojans won the game, 49-35, to stay perfect in league standings. going into the half, the buckets and Hanna had five Trojans spread the wealth in to end the evening. Barnes terms of scoring as Sherman, and Friden each scored four Taylor Friden, Rachel and Henderson managed to Hanna, Kaylin Henderson, nail the only three-pointer of Angel Garrish and Shania the game. Haley Cline, Barnes combined for 18 Madison Leathers, Brooke points. 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