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Bulletin, Progressive, Record, Reporter Wednesday, May 19, 2010 lC S AND Shannon Morrow on, the bat pretty well and kinda On offense, Portola belted through the lineup, the kids Jake Hatzell, Sam sports Editor The winner of that game jumped on us, but we didn't out 15 hits. Dillon Soares bat- did what they had to do."Ruttschow and Flanigan each will move on to the division panic," said Portola coach ted 4-for-4 with four runs, Portola's Billy Broad tallied claimed one hit and one RBI. After finishing 10-0 in the championshiP game at Shasta Tim Brubaker. "It was en-three RBIs and a double, two hits, three runs, two RBIs, Cal Blanton and Lane Labbe Feather River League, theCollege this Saturday, May 22. couraging, considering what a "Dill played really well," a double and a triple, registered one hit and one run Portola High School baseball In last Friday's playoff young team we have." said Brubaker. "He had a cou- Kyle Heskett, Piero Selvag- apiece. team advanced to the semifi- game between Portola and Portola pitcher Clinton pie really nice defensive plays, gio, Max Stark, Klint Portola ended its regular nals of the Division IV play- Quincy, the Quincy Trojans Morris earned the win after including one in the third in- Williams, Clinton Morris and season with an 11-2 victory offs by defeating Quincy 19-6 took a 4-0 lead after the first facing 19 batters through four ning that helped get us going." Lowdermilk each added oneover Chester Monday, May 10, in the first round last Friday, inning, but Portola answered innings and giving up six hits Jarrod Fleisher also put up hit for the Tigers. to finish league play with an May 14. with three runs in the second and two earned runs. Rickey good stats for the Portola For Quincy, Jared Kuipersundefeated record. With the win, second-seeded inning, six in the third and 10 Lowdermilk pitched one in- Tigers, as he batted 3-for-3 led with two hits, two runs "I'm really proud of them," Portola hosted third-seeded in the fourth. The game ended ningfor Portola. with three runs, three RBIs and a double. Jordan Rose and said Brubaker. "They Biggs Tuesday, May 18. The after five innings due to the For Quincy, Jesse Wallace, and adouble. Andrew Murphy each record- worked hard. They're ex- results weren't available at 10-runrule. John Flanigan and Jordon Rose "Jarrod had a really gooded one hit, one run and one tremely young, and they press time, but will be posted "Quincy came out swingingshared the pitching duties, game," said Brubaker. "All RBI, with Rose hitting a triple, went above and beyond." In addition to his good defense, Dillon Soares led Portola with four first round of the playoffs. Photos by Shannon Morrow hits and ~three RBIs in the Quincy Senior Jared Kuipers earned two hits, two runs and a double in the Trojans' final game of the season. Controversy in softball postseason The Northern Section softball playoffs began Tuesday, May 18, with Quincy and Chester each competing. Quincy earned the fourth seed in Division V and hosted fifth-seeded Colusa. Chester was seeded third in Division VI and played at home against No. 6 Redding Christian. The results weren't known at press time, but will be posted at plumas- Portola's softball team also qualified for the Divi- sion V playoffs, but had to bow out, because the match fell on the same day as the Portola High School concert. A number of Portola players, committed to both the concert and the playoff game, faced possi- ble academic penalties if they missed the concert, sO the team was forced to forfei{.: For m0re inf0rma- lon, see next week's newspaper. Third baseman Coner Lor- anger, immediate right, rifles the ball to first base for an- other out. Tucker Gans, far right, rounds third base on his way to home plate. Ryan Bereznak, below right, hit a grand slam for the Volcanoes in their 14-13 postseason win over Loyalton last Friday, May 14. Photos by Shannon Morrow Shannon Morrow Daniel Burt and Tucker ation in the bottom of the by Bereznak, who totaled SpomEd mr Gans each knocked in an frame, three hits, two runs, five sports@plu RBI. Gans led off for Chester RBIs and a home run. .1 The Chester High SchoolThe next score came in with a single, and then four Gans, Ryn and Burt each baseball team earned a dra- the bottom of the fifth in- of Chester's next five batters captured two hits and two matic 14-13 playoff win in ning with two outs, when took a base on balls to push runs apiece, with Ryn deliv- front of a large home crowd Chester's David Ryn hit an across two runs and win the ering three RBIs. last Friday, May 14, when RBI double, which proved to game. Fernando Conchas added the fourth-seeded Volcanoes be a critical insurance run On the mound for Chester,one hit and one RBI, while eliminated fifth-seeded Loy- for the Volcanoes. Tyler Hernandez opened, Tyler Hernandez and Coner alton in extra innings.Loyalton tied the game 12- and then Ryn went pitchedLoranger each recorded two Loyalton took a 10-1 lead 12 with two runs in the sixth almost six innings with sev- runs and one RBI. after the first inning, but inning, and then the sev-en strikeouts, four hits and The victory advanced then Chester scored eight enth went scoreless to put twoearned runs. Chester to a Division V runs in the second inning, the contest into extra in- With two outs in the top of semifinal match at top-seed- including a grand slam by nings, the eighth, the Volcanoesed Maxwell Tuesday, May sophomoreRyan Bereznak.Loyalton scored one run brought Butt in as their 18. The results weren't The Volcanoes added twoin the top of the eighth to closing pitcher, and he cred- known at press time, but runs to go ahead 11-10 inthe take a 13-12 lead, putting itedwith the win. will be posted at plumas- third inning, when seniors Chester in a must-score situ- Chester's offense was .I