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Bulletin, Record, Progressive, Reporter Wednesday, Feb. 11, 2015 lC ']'. SP,DRTS AND RECREATION Quincy co-captain Brady Rick (No. 3) pushes Greenville defender Christian Beres out of the way during a trip to the basket last week against the Indians. Rick, a senior playmaker for the Trojans, ended the game with a career-high 44 points. Photo by Greg Knight Rick scores 44 in win Trojans beat Greenville, 79-65 Greg Knight Sports Writer sports@plurnasnews.com If Quincy senior Brady Rick had played just an average game against Greenville last :week, one in off a comeback by Greenville that got the Indians to within nine, thanks mostly to deft shooting by Meyers, who finished with 24. Rick was also deadly at the free-throw line by going 17 of 20 for an THE QUINCY TROJANS NUMBER GAME the night with 18 points and 10 rebounds for a double-double For Quincy, the three-point game was as important as ever as Jakob Grammer nailed three of his four shots from beyond the even if he had matched his 32-point performance against Portola on Jan. 30, the Trojans may still have bested the Indians,.but it would have been much closer than the 79-65 victory experienced by head coach Mike Woodlee's team -- with Rick putting together anything but an average performance, scoring a career-high 44 points across 32 minutes of play The only time Greenville had the lead was on the fin'st basket of the game as Walker Meyers tossed in a gliding layup. After that, it was almost all Brady Rick as he scored 18 in the first half alone to take the Trojans to a 41-26 lead. Rick was even more effective in the second half, adding 26 points and staving The number @ of games Quincy needs Average to win to stay number of perfect in points scored league play. per game by junior Jakob Grammer. Average number of points scored Number of per game by points scored senior by Brady Rick co-captain in Quincy's Brady Rick. 79-65 win over the Greenville Indians. The total number of three-point shots scored by both Jakob Grammer and DJ Davis so far this season. The outside shot has been an important piece of the Trojans' offensive package. That 32-point stat is also matched by Isaiah Martinez, a player for league opponent Maxwell. 85-percent showing and delivering eight rebounds, four assists and four steals. Meyers led Greenville with 24 points, seven rebounds, two assists and two steals. He also contributed six defensive rebounds against Quincy. Justus Eaglesmith fmished arc, eventually finishing just behind Rick with 14 points. Crowe Herbertson- Deemer was also on fire with both of his treys finding a home in the waning minutes of the fourth period. Freshman Jake Rick, who finished with just a deuce but was instrumental on the defensive side for Quincy, said containing the pair of Eaglesmith and Meyers was key .to winning the game, "We worked all week on me two of them," Jake said. "It was important to focus on Meyers just as much as Eaglesmith because he plays just as well and can make things happen for his team. We utilized Jakob Grammer a lot in working See Quincy, page 2C iii: FRC men, women fall tGOg Riedwoods Sports Writer sports@plumasnews.com Even when the Feather River College men's basketball team loses, freshman Jarrell Tate finds a way to score big -- a recurring feat he proved again last weekend by scoring 16 points and taking down eight rebounds and five steals against College of the Redwoods. The Golden Eagles ultimately fell to the Corsairs on a 67-51 f'mal score, but not before Tate, along with Nomso Nwachukwu, Deshawn Pughsley, Derrek Gordon and Nick Longmireled FRC with a combined 45-point showing. The trio of Namuji Madoshi, Marcus Harden and Juwan Blakeley each scored two points in the game. Defensively, Longmire led with 14 rebounds, three steals and two blocks. With the loss to the Corsairs, FRC now possesses a 14-10 overall record and is 3-4 in the Golden Valley Conference. Feather River will return to action at home Feb. 14 when the men's and women's squads host College of the Siskiyous. FRC women Redwoods 67, FRC 52 The Lady Golden Eagles also took a 67-52 loss to the Lady Corsairs, despite a scoring effort that saw every FRC player add points to the board and local star Kaitlin Boyd lead the team with 11 points. On the defensive side of the game, Boyd also had eight rebounds, one assist and one steal. Sophomore Brittany McFalls led with 11 rebounds for the Golden Eagles. The loss drops head coach Haley White's squad to 10-13 overall and 0-7 in GVC standings. your x re00.u, ...... n" ..... cor or fruck. '10 HONDA FIT FRONT .............. WHEEL DRIVE " O#ff 2,o00 MILES/ )1787 VlN #006352 :10 FORD F-150 SUPERCREW 4X4 ONLY 41 MILES/ STK #1741 VlN #A58599 '12 LEXUS RX-350 ALL WHEEL DRIVE ONLY24,000 VIN #121957 our invenfary online Don't see what you want? Call u$ - We'll i'l' 00or y0ul I r J00lfest -0101 7 DAYS A WEEK 1303 MAIN ST. - SUSANVILLE ; I ' I I I I I I I I I II I I I I I I III I l ,,