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Wednesday,May 2, 2001 1G i . q VLnat V ' ' Jlle boys and Portola qtrls "tt attltano .... rusts, tsono recorded two t.u us -- games and a double. Ionia High Schoors l ^,Wednesday, ZRt dl I l he- as k., . The Portola Varsity soRbal] u lPetino ,aa zeams team reached full stride , ,,l hool vortola defeating Greenville, 19-0, at y d'a,Cn e softball CRC Field in Portola April 25, ua i l i le Field. followed by a 5-0 shutout victo- ,d' etory, ...Pturedry over Westwood, in "h Wonnlle the Westwood on April 27, giving the Lady Ti ers their fourth shutout in ga row in league play. !ng Portola 8-0 Rebecca Rhode tossed a no- game, the hit, nine.strikeout perfor- Came back mance against Greenville, tra inning, while Jennifer Kehoe, Adrien three runs Stetson, Celeste Gruber, and ; extended Samantha Schwartz all con- record to tributed to a sixteen-hit, nine- teen-run offensive outburst. starting Portola came out swinging, gave scoring five runs Jn the bot- of tom of the first inning. The on Lady Tigers loaded the bases innings on singles by Jackie Leal, Whl, striking Kehoe, and Stetson, Schwartz hit reached on an error scoring batted and two his team n batting See Softball, page 20 hit 3-4 with two RBIs, season average and Byron M? h batted 2.5 and dOUble, with Lr r, ing three .4o9 season i aiJake Pruitt ntire eight ing out 14. On hot bat. S. h- 'mlne runs in the ore, Greenville lJMqted Westwood in breaking a tong losses to the Chris Preston opened from the mound for threw five Innings against pod la Apdl 26. Greenville's 14arab Robinson po lUons he glove, but the ball never makes it, as llamae4ha Ir4hwartz gets I hit for portola. The lady Tigers defeated GN4nvllle Apcll 26 at CRC FleM In Porto Greenville and .... ville'a off first defense. IRm rb t l with two doubles and two Rgls, oontrlb nll to areenvUle'e extra4nnlng win. I top-seeded golfer, wears tin latest fluddon Plumas Pines Golf Resort April 20. ~x~ ~y Star,~ U0-0w In sunlpmus N QuiNy'o John MmooU o ks this a tN thud Phm s the dw w"h a team4ow oeoro OL t Ikmrow E 0t0r The Quincy High School golf team, in its first year in the Sacramento Valley League, has had some tough adjustments to make. "It's been a crazy season," said coach Henry Williams. "It's tough on the kids because they have no place to practice in March." Other teams in the Sacramento Valley'League have an advantage because of their climate, which allows them to begin golfing much sooner and mctico more. "It's been an off year because of the travel," said Williams.. "But scores are coming down quits a bit vow. T'ne kids are getting better." The Quincy golf team played in Its second league match last Thursday, April 26, at Plumas Pines Golf Resort. Durham High School won the event, followed by Rio Vista High School in second place and Capital Christian High School in third place. Senior Johnny Mansell shot an 85 for Quincy and senior Kaley Clements scored a 91. In Quincy's first league con- test March 19 at Butte Creek Country Club, Clements turned in a 98. Before that, Clements shot an 86 at Lakeridge in Reno on March 1. Clements and Manse]/will represent Quincy at the small school championships in Redding May 7. It will be held at Telrra Oaks, and golfers must score below 90 to qualify.