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: :.~=, s:~.: ~~es~- e qegorcl Re.Get Wednesday, ~ril 4, 2001 1C makes adjustments between pitches. batted 2-3 against Live Oak and 24 against Scoring two RBIs in each game. Zach Ray rounds third base on his way toward home against Live Oak March 30. Quincy was defeated, 9-6. m By Morrow a much better performance to Sports Eclitor win," said Beeson. "I look for- The baseball team of Quincy ward to Friday to redeem our- High School kept its league selves and show them a much record even at 2-2 last week stronger team." with a win over Durham and a This Friday Quincy will go loss to Live Oak. on the road for a rematch In their March 27 home against LiveOak. game against Durham, the In last Thursday's game, Trojans won 8.2, with pitcher Live Oak threatened to ten-run Mike Vineyard recording the the Trojans with a 9-0 score in win and striking out eight bat- the top of the fifth. Quincy bat- ters. tied back though, scoring five "Mike Vineyard is pitchingruns in the final three innings. extremely well right now,"Vineyard batted 2-3 with two said coach Curt Beeson. "He RBIs, and Rich delivered two hits spots well and shut down RBIs off a double. Adam a good hitting team." Bareno and Kevin Lancaster The Trojans were down 2-1 each turned in one hit, with in the bottom of the third, BarenoearninganRBI. when Brian Blust banged a Starting pitcher Blust strug- two-run homer, gled through four and two- "Brian's home run in the thirds innings, allowing eight third was key to our win," said hits, eight runs and eight Beeson. "It gave us the lead to walks. Andrew Stites came in stay and a lot of confidence." as relief and gave up three hits Jason Kurpjuweit, Greg and one run in two and one- Rich, James Shipp and third innings of work. Vineyard each clubbed two "In order to win these tough hits in the game. Kurpjuweit league games, our pitchers and Vineyard claimed two need to have good control and RBIs apiece, while Shipp and our defense must play better," Rich each added one RBI. said Beeson. "I know we are a At home again Thursday, better team, and next week we March 30, Quincy faced fierce will get back on track." pitching from Live Oak andQuincy played another was defeated, 9-5. league game at home against "We came out flat and never Capital Christian yesterday, recovered. Live Oak is unde- April 3, but the results were feated in league and we needed not known at press time. Jimmy Park, Portola's top-seeded Graeagle tennis courts March 27. boy, uses n forehand swing to return the ball st the ,/ Roza powers a hit into the outfleM against Shasta College Feather River College softball team in RBIs this season. first time in three Feather River team defeated College, ending 12-game winning the Golden broke the FRC coach Del after their 3-2 win 1. Most of Feather against Shasta very close, but this time that FRC able to hang on for T. Eagles split the With Shasta, game, 53. place Valley its 12 last and two losses at the Sierra Classic Tournament in Sacramento. In FRC's first game against Sacramento City College, Stephanee Finger pitched a shutout and allowed just three hits for a 1-0 victory. Finger also scored the winning RBI when she drove home Lisa Carey in the bottom of the sixth inning. The Golden Eagles posted another shutout when they beat Yuba College, 6-0, this time with Kirsten Drury on the mound. Michelle Roza led offensive- ly with three RBIs, two hits, two runs, and a double. Erin Lavigne, Allison Williams and Carey also hammered two hits each. Allison Williams, who has stolen 15 bases so far this sea. son, broke FRC's record for steals. In game three, the Golden Photo W St~anon Morrow March 28. Roza is Eagles caused their own down- fall against San Mateo College with two errors in the sixth inning, allowing three unearned runs for a 5-2 loss. Williams and Lavigne each batted 2-4. An unearned run also cost Feather River its final game against Ohlone College. The game went scoreless until the bottom of the ninth inning, when Ohlon got its one run for the win. Finger pitched nine innings, striking out Ii batters and allowing just one hit. I:i: season for FRC, not taking advantage of (Finger's) mas- terly- pitched games," said Youngblood. The Golden Eagles travel to Redding today, April 4, to play Shasta College again in two important conference match: es. By Shannon Monow Spo Eclitor The tennis teams of Chester and Portola competed in their first league match Tuesday, March 27, in Graeagle. Winning five of the six sin- gles matches, and the boys and girls doubles matches, Chester cruised to a 74-47 team victory. Portola took both mixed doubles matches and the No. 3 girls singles match. The most exciting match of the day was the top.seeded girls match between Portola's Samantha Schwartz and Chester's Josie Goolsb '. Schwartz was up 7-4, but GOOlsbY battled her way back and won, 9-7. The closest match was between Portola's Karl Schafer and Chester's Ann Natalia, which Schafer won in a 7-3 tie breaker. In the boy's top.seeded matchup, Chester's John Robinson defeated Portola's Jimmy Park, 8-3, with many very close games. Luke Brownell and Ryan Korhuniak also earned eight points each for Chester, With victories over Matt Little and Jake Rlchards. Sonya Broglio of Chester got a good match from Elena Tavares of Portola, but Broglio was victorious, 8-5. The Chester boys doubles team of Robinson and Brownell beat Portola's Richards and Josh Henson, and the Chester girls doubles team of Goolsby and Broglto defeated Portola's Schwartz and Tavares. In mixed doubles, Portola's Park and Schafer beat Chester's Korhuniak and Brooke Sweeney, 8-6, and Portola's Little and Karl Filippini defeated Chester's Jim Kossow and Natalla, 8-3. Both Chester and Portola will compete at the Quincy tennis invitational this week- end, April 6-7.