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12A Wednesday, March 19, 2014 reamer I~lver uu,Je~ln Junior high girls finish 17-6 Quincy's eighth-grade club basketball team poses after finishing its season with a 17-6 record. The hard-working team, made up of girls in grades five through eight, practiced at 6:30 a.m. without complaint. Back row, from left: Hannah Kelley, Anna Hollister, Shealyn Schwartz, Sydney Gott, Ashlyn Wingfield, Sukhman Sandhu and Lydia Morgan. Middle row, from left: Lila Wirtz, Ruby Sherman and Lillian White. Front, from left: Autum Sherman and Rosemary Wirtz. Photo submitted Quincy's eighth-grade Trojan team emerges victorious at the CYO Tournament of Champions on March 7 in Reno, Nev. Front row from left: Drew Baumgartner, Tim Davis, head coach Valerie Grammer, Robert Hamanand Matt Warndorf. Back row from left: Jake Rick, Avery Dyrr, Jacob Downey, Steven Meisenheimer, Anthony Altez, Simon McQuarrie and Shane Flanigan. Not pictured: Terry Baumgartner, assistant head coach. Photo by Gary Dyrr Trojans win Tournament of Champions Laura Beaton 43-42. Only two seconds stood Staff Writer between them and the CYO Tournament of Champions championship. The There were just eight opponents brought the ball seconds left in the game and in bounds, but those two the Trojans were lown by seconds weren't enough for one. Quinc 's Jat e Rick got them to score. the ball and drove down the The win rocketed the court toward the basket. He Trojans into the top spot and was fouled, the championship. Rick went to the line, Coach Valerie Grammer knowing that his two shots said, "I worked to keep calm could determine the outcome once Rick was fouled. I knew of the game. Cheered on by these boys had it in them to his team and supporters, he win -- they knew what to do sank them both. and I trusted them with that. Now the Trojans were up "They are true champions. It was a lot of fun, and work, coaching these boys, and they should be a formidable group in the coming years." The Trojans racked up a 16-1 season and a first-ever league title and tournament championship in the same year. The CYO league is comprised of eight teams: Quincy, Portola, Loyalton and five private Reno school teams. Four Quincy players were named to the all-tournament team: Jake Rick, Avery Dyrr, Jacob Downey and Shane Flanigan. WOODs from page 11A awesome actors, my similar case involving the of the New York Police ARIAH, from page 11A of human skin cells, a rat amazing mentor Roxanne disappearance of his Department's detectives. So cerebellum and a mangrove Co. and the Quincy High Valladao, and my crazily daughter, Adalyn (Ava when a member of the force, work in our dreary high fern, as wen as the naked eye School library, supportive drama teacher,Hagwood), Harper takes the acting as a mole in the mob, school science room, images. The titles and descriptions Emily Read. I look forward opportunity to redeem is found dead, Capt. 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