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Record, Reporter Wednesday, Feb. 21,2001 1C Momo, w basketball team of School finished league with an record of 19-3, the No. 1 seed 16th seeded (5-19) last night, first round of the of the game Westwood in it's final two games last week, advantage Feb. 15, the Lumber- in the fin'st half, the best half of de- ever seen played," COach Brad Miller. 9 three-point- four of which Ferrin, who Justin Ward and grabbed 11 and Ward com- steals, and Ferrin Smith netted 13 2 treys, and in seven as- Feb. 13, Por- 8O-57. Ferrin racked 13 was 13-15 from 11 12 points in the very good defend- :ie Poured in 14 11 boards. Well at point win, Porto- home this Friday against either No. or No. 9 Delta resulted for both of basket- rcing the boys to play on the play- eb. 20, Quincy's team (9-14) No. 5 Gridley o's 10th seed- :10-11) went to (12-8). The ese games were time, but on this newspa- this week at of each team Could win, de- Underdogs and It's just a Lich team shows girls coach have to be Chad about his a lot of height, able to run d Hyink. "We that killer in- Gridley's six- senior, is the reCord holder in for career lost their fi- games Trojans were Oak, 65-58, 62-58. Live Oak, ard led Quincy raost of which first half. At .s Driscoll led with 19 team also fin- regular season Live Oak With contrary won both Live Oak, 49- Pierce, 51-50. the scoring in File photo Senior Justin Ward goes strong to the rim, making another layup for the Tigers. Portola went 10-0 in league, ensuring home &m lis'throughout thel:layoff .... Photo by Shannon Morrow Smith pins possession of the ball for Citify in a win over Pierce Feb. 14, Qui y's girls wore seeded lOilJ \ Photo by Shannon Morrow Mike Vineyard works his way toward the hoop against Live Oak, scoring 23 points in Quincy's 65-58 loss Feb. 14. Pat Sheehan shows excellent form through a slalom run, to another victory. Quincy won all six of its league races sion. By Quincy High School's ski * teain earned two more Central I Division wins last week, re- maining undefeated in its five league races this season. Quincy racers f'mished first in mens and womens competi- tion in Slalom and Giant Slalom, with different skiers winning the different events. Trojans Lindsay Morton and Pat Sheehan each won the Slalom races, while Michelle Hochrein and Travis Phelps placed first in the Giant Slalom events. In the Slalom races at Sugar Bowl Feb. 16, Quincy women had four of the five fastest times, capturing Rrst, second, fourth and fifth place for 120 points. Morton and Hochrein, who finished first and second, turned in an identical time (52.94 seconds) on their first run, but Morton was 1.40 sec- onds faster than Hochrein on their second run. Portola's Katie Filippini earned 3O points for the Tigers with a third-place finish, edg- ing Quincy's Alia Mrowczyns- ki and Allie Henson, who rounded out fourth and fifth. Trojan Sophomore Danielle Backman was close behind in seventh place. In the men's division, Shee- han and Phelps took first and third, respectively. Sheehan clocked the fastest first run and Phelps was fastest in the second run, but Phelps fin- ished 13th in the first run be- cause of a seven-second hike. Sheehan came in second be- hind Phelps on the second run, earning him the fastest com- bined time. Portola's Jeremiah Mar- quette came in fifth place and Sean Marquette came in 14th place, giving the Tigers 47 points. Josh Sebold captured eighth place for the Trojans, Colin John finished 10th, and John Whiting placed 15th. At Northstar Tuesday, Feb. 13, Quincy's men and women teams each scored 117 points in Giant Slalom racing. In womens competition, Hochrein was trailing a Davis racer by 63 hundredths of a second after the first run, but won the second run to win the combined total by 14 hun- dredths of a second. Morton and Mrowczynski placed third and fourth, with two seconds separating their combined times. Filippini was Portola's fastest woman again with a Photo by Bill Perkins I ropolllng the Qui y sld teem this season in the Central I Divi- i n Photo by Shannon Morrow fifth-place finish, and Karl Tony Slavik from Portola Schafer captured the eighth slid into eighth place and spot, giving the Lady Tigers 53 Quincy's Danny Price rounded points, out the top ten. Sisters Alissa Backman and Portola's Jerimiah Mar- Danielle Backman from Quin- quette finished 14th. Sean Mar- cy placed seventh and ninth quette, whose combined time overall, with less than a sec- was just one second slower ond separating their combined than his brother, claimed 19th totals, place. Freshman Esa Morrison Justin Murray and Jeb raced to 14th place and Henson Heiman placed 17th and 18th earned the 19th position. . for Quincy. Phelps, Brian Sheehan, Se- The Quincy and Portola ski bold and John secured the teams competed in their last first, third, fifth and sixth league event at Northstar spots for the Quincy men, with Monday, Feb. 19, racing Giant less than five seconds separat- Slalom. The results were not ing all their combined times, available at press time. Jeremiah Marquette cuts through a turn in the mens slalom competition at sugar Bowl Feb. 16. Marquette fin- Ishecl fifth for Portola out of 28 racers.