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Bulletin, Progressive, Record, Reporter Wednesday, April 28, 2010 7C Portola and Quincy vie on baseball and softball diamonds Tigers win On the baseball diamond at Quincy High School last Friday, the Portola Tigers defeated the Quincy Trojans 7-5. Portola pitcher Clinton Morris earned the win, after going more than six innings with six hits. Billy Broad recorded the save. For Quincy, Jordan Rose and Jesse Wallace each pitched more than three in- nings apiece, giving up sev- en hits and five hits, respec- tively. " The Tigers' offense was led by Billy Broad with three hits, and Kyle Heskett, Dil- lon Soares, Harley Sears and Klint Williams with two hits apiece. Soares and Sears each earned two RBIs. For Quincy, Cal Blanton had three hits, while Andrew Murphy and Cody Cline reg- istered two hits and two RBIs apiece. The contest improved Por- tola to 4-0 in the Feather Riv- er League, while moving Quincy to 2-3. Max Stark scored two runs for the Tigers in their 7-5 win over Quincy last Friday. Photo by Shannon Morrow Quincy senior Rachel Hatzell gave up only three hits against Portola last Friday, April 23. Photo by Shannon Morrow Trojans win Over at the softball dia- mond in Quincy last Friday, the Quincy Trojans posted a 17-2 victory over the Portola Tigers. Quincy took an 8-1 lead in the first inning, posted sev- en runs in the third and added two runs in the fourth. Rachel Hatzell rec'orded the win for the Trojans by pitching a complete game and allowing just three hits and one earned run. Hatzell also led Quincy's offense with two hits, two runs, five RBIs and a dou- ble. Sierra Keely captured two hits and two RBIs. Sarah Mckenzie and Camille Hernandez regis- tered two RBIS fipiece, while Mckenzie and Katie Barnes each scored three runs. Kimmy Bloom and Sebray Gossett tallied'two runs each, while Taelyr Keely hit an RBI double in her one at bat. No statistics were avail- able for Portola. SeaOtter Several locals raced at the Sea Otter Classic in Mon- terey April 17-18. Fred Howe, right, takes the top of the podium after winning the men's category III, 40-49 age division. Nate Brown, far right, took 18th place out of 107 competitors in the men's category II, 15-18 age divi- sion. Keefer Hokanson, be- low, finished 33rd in the same division. Claude Freeze, bottom right, rode in a 50-mile endurance ride. Photos by Susan Brown yean experience with Social Security Disability and SSI cases at all levels of appeal NO FE Um.ESS YOU AR AARDEO BNFrS i DISABILITY (775)82546006 I :FIEF 1-877-832 8757 ] se habla espafiol l , DISABILITY ASSOCIATES ./' i WANTED OLD COIN COLLECTIONS... Pre-1965 Silver Coins, Proof Sets, Old Currency, Pre-1936 Silver Dollars, 10k-24k Gold, All Gold Coins FREE APPRAISALS We come to you Over 20 years in coin business References available Call 530-589-3585 leave message ol- 530-370-0101 for appointment ENDEAVOR HOMES 1-800-482-8453