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:, 2C Wednesday, Feb. 11, 2015 Bulletin, Record, Progressive, Reporter / QU I NCY, from page 1C "We're trying to run the table and end the season at them outside, so it turned out 19-7," Woodlee added. "We good for us." want to get a top-four seed and Woodlee added that his try to host a couple of games team adapted and overcame in the playoffs. That's what for the win, even though he we're looking forward to." said that playing in The Quincy boys' and girls' Greenville is always tough, teams will travel to Biggs "We just came out and tomorrow. Greenville will played Quincy basketball," he host Paradise Adventist said. "We came and did what tonight starting at 5 p.m. we needed to do, even though it was a little closer than it Girls' basketball probably should have been, Quincy 58, Greenville 15 but they are a scrappy ball In one of the easiest wins team and it's a tough place to for the Lady Trojans so far play, here in Greenville." this season, head coach For Quincy, Harlon Sevier's squad was Herbertson-Deemer finished able to systematically take with seven, while DJ Davis apart Greenville for a 58-15 added four and Erik Schwartz win on the Lady Indians' put four on the board. Tyler home court. Hartline had a single field As usual, Jasmin Sherman goal and Chris Norris made a led for Quincy; she totaled 13 free throw. Greenville's points. Haley Cline and Christian Beres recorded nine Shania Barnes finished with points, and eight points came six and Angel Garrish and from James Martinez. Darian Lindsey Jensen each had Potts had four and Ray eight points in the game. Bustamante added two. Kaylin Henderson and Taylor The win ups Quincy's Friden both ended the night overall record to 15-7 while it with four and Rachel Hanna remains at 4-0 in league play. and Brooke Potter had three. Greenville's season record For Greenville, Hannah Taylor Friden (No. 25) prepares to pass the ball on an assist to Trojan junior Jakob Grammer (No. 44) takes a three-point shot falls to 13-6, though it remains Lambach and Brooke House Quincy's Jasmin Sherman during the Lady Trojans' 58-15 as Greenville's James Martinez (No. 23) tries his best to undefeated in league as well at each led with four points, victory over Greenville last week. Photos by Greg Knight defend against the outside shot. 6-0. Destiny Lyman shot for Quincy has four games left three and McKenna Cook The Lady Trojans' record though it retains a 2-3 record Portola scheduled for Friday, other parts of Northern in the season w- and if the shot for a deuce. Shasta overall is now 14-4 and the in league. Feb. 6, and Saturday, Feb. 7, California. Results for those Trojans win all four of those Banchio and Farris Smith team remains perfect in Stormy weather were postponed due to the games will be reported when games they will go undefeated each had a league at 4-0. Greenville fell * The games for Quincy, major storm that moved the match-ups are in the Mid-Valley League. free throw, to 6-9 overall with the loss, Greenville, Chester and through Plumas County and rescheduled and played. Chester wrestlers take 'small schools' championship at league Greg Knight with the Volcanoes taking Rogers took gold in the American conference Hicks (160) and Perry Greene 152 pounds. Sports Writer first place in the small heavyweight (220) champions in the league. ' (195) each took third place. The next chance to see the schools' division and the No. championship. Matthew Brook The Trojans took a gold Josh Greene (126) and Bram wrestlers from either team 2 spot overall and the (160) and Joshua Luna (170) placement with the DeMartile (285) placed will be at the Division III-IV It was a weekend full of Trojans nabbing the NO. 4 took second place, with Brian performance of Craig fourth. Tournament in Durham on high school wrestling for spot on the pedestal. Stanley (113), Taylor James Martynn in the 182-pound Also competing for Quincy Feb. 20 and 21. The top four Plumas County grapplers as For the Vols, first-place (132) and Devon Hatfield (152) class, while Noah Ray was Lane LaMar, who wrestlers for each class will Chester and Quincy traveled action on the mat came from taking third place, blasted his way through the dropped a last-second advance to the Northern to the Shasta-Cascade League Javier Contreras in the Both Contreras and Rogers 132-pounders for a No. 2 spot. nail-biter that would have Section Tournament on Feb. 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