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:!:i Bulletin, Record, Progressive, Reporter Wednesday, March 25, 2015 5C ~-~ .' Greg Knight , ~.: Sports Editor i~ The Chester Lady Volcanoes softball team took victory in its league opener against Mercy last week, with pitcher Rebecca Branch taking the 15-2 win and putting together a game that saw her strike out six Lady Warrior batters and earn only one of the two Mercy runs. win league After the Vols opened up with scoring runs from Elizabeth Bereznak and Branch in the first inning, the squad blew it open in the second as Hope Haver, Zoie Dalby and Bereznak put up three in a row. After a putout against Reanna Trujillo in the infield, the bats livened up for Chester yet again as Branch, Allison House, Kaitlyn Hedrick, Antonia Marro and Ronnie Rhoads scored five opener ove runs in a row. Dalby closed the inning with .another to give Chester an ll-0 lead. The Lady Warriors were finally able to rid themselves of the donut on the scoreboard as they managed to get runs midway through the top of the third and fourth. Chester, however, was not done for the day. The Vols put together a four-run fourth inning with Bereznak, Trujillo, Branch r and Haver all reaching home and putting the game away on a 15-2 final score. Branch led all batters with four RBIs, a 1.000 average in three at-bats, three hits, three runs and a double in the game. Bereznak also led with three runs and had an RBI single. Trujillo put up three RBIs in the game as well. The Lady Vols, who are now 1:0 in Five-Star League play and 3-1-1 overall, will travel to ur the Los Molinos tournament this weekend. They will host Portola on March 30. Chester runner Reanna Trujillo makes it to third base last week against Mercy in the Volcanoes' Five-Star League opener. Trujillo hit for three, had one run and earned three RBIs in the 15-2 win. Photo by Greg Knight fi Greg Knight Sports Editor The varsity boys' and girls' track and field teams from Quincy High School took the No. 8 and No. 5 spots, respectively, at the fourth annual Coach Mac Friendship Meet at Harrison Stadium in Oroville on Wednesday, March 18. The freshman and sophomore girls' team of Trojans came out of the competition with an even higher finish: fourth place overall. The big wins of the day came from the team of freshmen and sophomores -- as the quartet of Anna Hollister, Leta Stock, Emily Walmer and Kristen Klement took the first-place finish in the 4x400-meter relay, recording a time of 4:55.66. On her own, Walmer also took second place in the 100=meter and 300:meter hurdles, while taking the bronze in triple jump with a distance of 27 feet, 3 inches. Freshman Shealyn Schwartz took third place in the 300-meter hurdles with a time of 5'5.20 seconds. On the junior varsity boys' side of the meet, freshman Miles Rubalcava-Cunan nailed down a No. 1 spot ip the 3,200-meter race with a time of 11:53.66, nearly a full five seconds ahead of the second-place runner -- after being behind for seven laps. Despite Rubalcava-Cunan's outstanding race in the long-distance format, the Quincy JV boys came in last among the 11 participating squads, with a team score of 16. When it came to varsity girls' action, no one was better than Lydia Morgan in the 400-meter dash; the freshman finished the race in a stunning time of 1:04.23 to take the gold in the event. In addition, she earned a fourth-place finish in the 200-meter event with a time of 28.67. Within the Northern Section as a whole, Morgan is currently No. 3 in 400-meter event. In Mid-Valley League statistics, she is ranked first in the 400-meter and triple jump, while Crowe Herbertson-Deemer leads in the ll0-meter hurdles Hollister leads the league in the 800-meter event and the trio of Rachel Hanna, Walmer and Schwartz are holding the top three spots in the 300-meter hurdles. The Trojans' next meet will be the Burt Williams Invitational at Central Valley High School in Shasta Lake on Saturday, March 28. BASEBALL, from page 3C victory. O'Keeffe Hall improved to a league best 5-0 homer in the bottom half of on the season and lowered the inning to pull his team to his conference leading ERA within three runs but it to 0.38 with the complete didn't score again the rest of game victory. He gave up just the way, setting up six hits, one run and fanned Saturday's twinbill in eight. Hall's 45 strikeouts on Oroville. the season also lead the GVC. In the opener, the GVC's Hall had plenty of offensive top pitcher took matters into support with 12 Golden Eagle his own hands by going the hits, including three by distance during the 7-1 Sanderson -- who had two doubles for the second day in a row: Shortstop David Rapanot also had three base knocks and two RBIs, as did Sanderson. Putnam, Nathan Reynolds and Gage Matuszak each had a pair of hits as well. The nightcap at Cowan Park had a similar feel when coach Terry Baumgartner's team jumped out to an early lead and never trailed, thanks in part to another solid pitching performance -- this time by Connor Briare. He also improved to 5-0 on the season, going six innings and allowing only two hits and no earned runs during the 6-2 triumph. Briare's ERA dipped to 1.78 on the year, second only to Hall's in the conference. Christian Charles picked up his second save of 2015 with three solid innings of relief work. Offensively, Reynolds had three hits and scored three times while catcher J.C. Montemayor and Rapanot added a pair of base knocks. Matuszak had another hit and two more RBIs to boast his conference-leading totals in both categories. He is now hitting .456 on the year and has driven in 36 runs. Feather River, ranked third in the latest California Community College Baseball Coaches Association North coaches poll, will now turn its attention to Shasta College. The Eagles travel to Redding to take on the Knights on Saturday, March 28, at noon for a doubleheader and will then play a single game on Sunday, March 29, at noon. : . . ..... It Log Spl,tters/Ch=ppers slness , .................................................. = ...... rPlPTfli"V I 3I STATE PROPANE I i i SULlli I 1 I I ~IF lr ~m j I .............. ~ I I #,~ ~,,,, v,,,,, r',.,,=r=dr I ....... DaveShelton --- 1480 II Ask about our _-'lit I ........ ..... 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