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4C Wednesday, May 9, 2001 Baseball, Etc. Bulletin, Prog IIIII i B EBALL I Feather River League School w~sl~Lmo=~ wm~ ~=,K~i= Westwood 1 1 1 1 None Loyalton 0 0 0 1 N0m Greenville 6 1 7 3 None Portola 0 2 0 2 None Chester 0 0 0 0 None SOFTBALL It Feather River League School Hclong 0 1 0 1 Wsetwood 0 1 0 1 Loyalton 0 0 0 0 Greenville 2 5 2 5 Portole 6 1 6 1 pawoff =~md~ls None None None None None ......... i [ Sacramento Valley League (North) I School w~ w~=g~Uo~ Pa,w~= Live Oak 1 0 10 2 None Quincy 5 5 11 6 None : Pierce 0 2 0 2 None i Durham 0 1 9 4 None THIS WEEK'S GAMES See plumasnews,com Thursday, May 10, for playoff news LAST WEEK'S RESULTS Greenville 16, Chester 8 Greenville 13, Loyalton 2 Greenville 11, Chester 0 Quincy 11, Delta 2 Quincy 6, Live Oak 8 Quincy 2, Durham 5 Cheater 0 0 0 0 Nine [ Sacramento Valley League (North) ] SChool Durham 1 0 4 1 Quincy 4 4 5 7 Pierce 0 0 0 0 Uve Oak 0 0 16 4 p~ff stsr~s None THIS WEEK'S GAMES See plumasnews.com Thursday, May 10, for piayoff news LAST WEEK'S RESULTR Chester 7, Portola 3 Quincy 9, Live Oak 12 Quincy 2, Durham 4 Baseball (North) Division III 1. Etna (19-4) 2. Modoc (13-4) 3. Durham (9-4) Unranked: Poctola and Quincy 1. East Nicolaus (144) 2. Burney (11-3) i 3 Hayfork (16-4) Unranksd: CI~ BASEBALL Softball (North) 1. Winters (18-3) 2. Live Oak (16-4) 3. Sutter (17-7) Unranked: Oulny East Nicolaus (21-0) 2. Burney (14-2) 3. Modoc (18-2) U.r=ted: and Poe= 1. Liberty (13-3) 1. Happy Campj (--) 2. Bishop Quinn (11-4)2. McCIouo (--) 3. Happy Camp (4-0) 3. --- Unranked: Greenville Unranked: Greemdlle AND SOFTBALL RANKINGS Baseball (Stats) Sotball (State) Small Schools Small Schools 1. Reedley Immanuel 1. Westlake Village Oaks 2. Modesto Central 2. East Nicolaus 3, Riverside Woodcrest 3. Ferndale 4.Eureka St. Bernard 4. Templeton 5. La Verne Lutheran 5. Temecula Linfield 6. Templeton 6. St. Vincent 7.Berean Christian 7. Stockton Brookside 8. Live Oak 8. Live Oak 9. St. Vincent 9. Modoc 10. Etna 10. Visalia Central 11.- 11.-- 12. -- 12. -- 13. -- 13. _1_ 14. -- 14. -- 15. -- 15. -- Chester High School March 24 at West Valley High School )~pril 7 at Enterprise High School ~-April 21 at John Frank Invitational (Sh,,.ma C.,o~jge) prfl 27 t Bur ey High School " May 4 at Westwood High School May 10 at Feather River finals (Luson C~Wge) May 18 at CIF finals (C.~ of Sisktyous) May 25 at state prelims ONe= Valley High School) : June 1-2 at state finals (Sacramento City College) Greenville High School No track team in 2001 Portola High School March 22 Opponent unknown March 23 Opponent unknown April 5 Opponent unknown April 26 vs. Quincy High School April 27 Opponent unknown May 4 at Westwood High School May 10-11 Sac Valley finals (S~tot~t~'~'~d) May18 at CIF finals (stto to b* dotormined) May 25 at state prelims (we= valk~y High School) June 1-2 at state finals (Sacramemo City ~) Quincy High School March 22 at Durham High School March 23 at Chico High School April 5 at Live Oak High School April 7 at Enterprise High School April 26 at Portola High School April 27 at West Valley High School May 4 at Westwood High School May 5 at Coming High School May 10-11Sac Valley finals (sb to be determin~0 May 18 . at CIF finals (s~e to be detom~r~d) May 25 at state prelims ONe= Very High School) June 1-2 at state finals (~ CRy Co, ego) TENNIS Chester High School March 27 at Portola High School March29 vs. Quincy April 3 at Downieville (in Graeagle) April 5 at Quincy April 10 at Downieville (in Quay) April 24 vs. Portola Apnl 27 at Quincy Apdl 28 at Quincy May 41 Feather River finals May 10-12at ClF finals (shast~co~eg~) Greenville High School No tennis team in 2001 Portola High School March 27 at Chester March 29 vs. Downieville April 3 at Quincy Apdl 5 at Downieville C~n Graeagle) Apn110 vs. Quincy April 24 vs. Chester Apd127 at Quincy Apd128 at Quincy May 41 Feather River finals May 10-12at CIF finals (Sha=aCollege) Quincy High'School March 27 vs. DownievUle March 29 at Chester Apdl 3 vs. Portola April 5 vs. Chester April 10 at Podola Apdl 24 at Downieville (in Graea~) Apdl 27 Quincy Invitational Apdl 28 Quincy Invitational May 41 Feather River finals May 10-12at CIF finals (Sham Co~ge) By Slmnnon Morrow Sports Editor The baseball team of Quincy High School lost its final two league contests last week, evening up its record at .500 (11-6 overall). Prior to that, the Trojans recorded two league wins against Delta and Pierce. On April 27, the Trojans exploded offensively against Pierce, one of the weaker teams in the league, and shut them out 23-0. Zach Ray (4-5 with three runs), Mike Vineyard (2-4 with four runs) and Greg Rich (2-4 with three runs) each blasted home runs. Adam Bareno batted 3-3 with two doubles and three runs, Cliff Conover hit 2-3 with two runs, Jason Kurpjuweit went 2-4 with two runs, and James Shipp added four tuns. From the mound, Rich recorded the win by giving up just one hit in three innings. Brian Blust then came in and struck out all six batters he faced through two innings. "It was good to get Brian P4ust on the mound for two !nnings after losing him for a couple weeks," said coach Curt Beeson. The Trojans suffered a painful league loss three days earlier when they fell to Rio Vista, 4-3, on the road. "A very tough loss for us," said Beeson. "We never really got going at the plate and made way too many errors in the field." Rio Vista scored the first run in the second inning; Quincy went ahead with two runs in the top of the third, and Rio Vista tied it with one run in the bottom of the third. After a scoreless fourth, each team earned one run in the ffth to tie the game 3-3, but Rio Vista added one more run in the sixth and shut out Quincy through the final two innings for the win. Vineyard pitched and recorded five hits in six innings. None of Rio Vista's runs were earned because of seven Quincy errors. Kurpjuweit and Rich each batted 1-3 and scored an RBI. Ray, Vineyard and Chris Driscoll (in his first varsity game) each batted 1-2 with a run. Aaron Montgomery also added a hit. Brian Blust threw a complete game against out 12 batters in Quincy's final home game. Blust took the mound ed Live Oak but lost i0 against Delta May 1 and struck 6-8. out 12 batters in seven innings "This game for an 11-2 victory, can play with "Brian Blust had a great out- teams," said ing," said Beeson. "He limited experiences like a decent team to two runs on pare us for the four hits, with a huge 12 strike Then on May 4, outs." eled to Durham After two runs apiece in the first inning, the teams went In the bottom of scoreless until a three-runAdam Bareno homer in the bottom of the defensive play. fourth by Mike Vineyard. a hard-hit ball "It was really the turning catch and doubled UP point of the game," said her on second to Beeson. inning. The Trojans went on to The Trojans will score six more runs in the their placement sixth inning, sealing their win. this wee: The ru~xt day~/~K~" y~wen~t ::