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Bulletin, Record, Progressive, Reporter Wednesday, May 6, 2015 9C ; II The Quincy Lady Trojans beat the Greenville Lady Indians on a 32-1 final score last week. Far right, Madison Venable scores a home run for the Trojans and is greeted by the rest of her team at home plate. Right, junior Sara Nolan allowed only one hit and one run and gave up only five walks against the Indians. Nolan also threw for Six strikeouts against 16 batters. Photos by Greg Knight swan t Greg Knight Sports Editor sports@plumasnews.com The Quincy Trojans baseball squad won three in a row last week, beating Greenville and coming out on top of a doubleheader against Biggs on the road. Quincy 15, Greenville 6 The Trojans began their road jaunt against the Greenville Indians on Wednesday, April 29, taking the win as four Quincy batters scored three runs each across seven innings. Cody Morrison and Matt Beeson put Quincy up 2-0 in the first inning after RBI taps from Chase McDonald and Toby Buus. All was quiet in the second inning as both Buus and Greenville's Logan Carmichael retired five batters- in the top and bottom. The Indians got fired up in the third, however, and had the hits to prove it, sending James Martinez, Carmichael and Dalton Johns home on RBIs from Brent Washoe and Ray Bustamante. With Greenville leading 3-2 in the bottom of the third, Quincy tied it up on a run by McDonald, courtesy of a Buus RBI single. Though Greenville's Darian Potts, Martinez and Bustamante eventually, scored three more runs in the game, it was nothing but Trojans for the remainder -- including a fourth inning that saw Morrison, Beeson, McDonald, Drew Baumgartner and Erik Schwartz put up five additional runs. In the fifth it was the same First 100" Defensible Space Chain Saw Work Field Mowing Certified Hand Crews Yard Raking, Gutter Cleaning, etc. Certified Wildland o! Fire Engines story, essentially, as was that every batter scored Morrison, Beeson, at least one run in the 21-run Baumgartner and Schwartz blanking of the Wolverines made it home four more -- with Beeson nailing four. times to lead it 12-5. Morrison, Murray and Schwartz, one of the Schwartz put up three runs, quartet of Trojan batters with Kingston, Hall and that had three runs on the McDonald each scoring day, put up his final trip twice. Baumgartner and home in the sixth and was Tyler Hartline each scored joined by Kainoa Hall. one run. McDonald also added his - Murray managed five third run of the day in the strikeouts against 16 seventh, ending it at 15,6. batters and had no walks On the mound for Quincy, in the game. Buus and Morrison combined for eight Quincy 14, Biggs 3 strikeouts and managed to After letting Quincy hang record only four walks. For a doughnut in the first Greenville, Carmichael game, Biggs was determined threw four strikeouts to score -- at least a little bit against 18 batters and, along -- in the second game of the with Bustamante's day. tw0-inning stint, combined The Wolverines did just for 21 total pickoffs against that, scoring three runs in Trojan base runners, the fourth and fifth innings. The Indians are now 15-9 It was a case of too little, too Weedeating Tree overall and 8-4 in Evergreen late, however, as Quincy League standings: Their * ...... ha 'already scerfed : week. The Trojans won the game,15-6. ehotb ' Gre Knight next game will be the final r:uns in the game and :: : .... " : regular season match-up as the team travels tomorrow to Loyalton for a doubleheader. Quincy 21, Biggs 0 The Trojans followed Up the win over the Indians with a twinbill that saw head coach Randy Kelsch's squad defeat league foe Biggs twice, upping its league record to 4-3. In the first game, Marcus Kingston was the king of RBIs, sending four runners home, all while managing to score a pair of runs of his own. Kingston was followed closely by Beeson, who added three RBIs, and Hall and Morrison, each with one. Another mark of distinction for the Trojans up 14-0 going into the fourth. Beeson led the team in scoring again with three runs. Junior right fielder Lane Lamar, who hasn't seen a lot of roster action so far this season, was the big hitter of the game with three RBIs and two runs to his credit. Next up, Portola - The wins catapult Quincy to a 12-9 overall record and a 4-3 tally in Mid-Valley League standings. The Trojans end the regular season today in Portola, with the final innings of the suspended April 3 game starting the day at 4 p.m. Quincy trails in that game 8-1, with just more than two innings left to play. FREE ESTIMATES! D.R. 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