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Bulletin, Record, Progressive, Reporter Wednesday, May 20, 2015 3C Quincy bests Orland to end season Greg Knight Sports Editor sports@plu masnews.com against 20 batters. Potter also batted 3-for-4 with a run scored and hit for three RBIs. Potter's relief, junior Sara Nolan, was also on fire on the mound and in the batter's box as she put up two hits on a 2-for-4 showing and a pair of runs scored. She also struck out an Orland batter in the final two innings. In terms of getting scoring runs home, Madison Venable and Jasmin Sherman were the go-to players for head coach Mike Yalung; the duo The Quincy Lady Trojans softball team completed its 2015 regular season schedule last week by defeating Orland, 9-1, in a non-league road battle. By all measure, Quincy pitcher Brooke Potter was the player of the gam. The senior pitched five innings. allowing only one run on four hits, with six strikeouts Quincy's Taylor Bruzza, left, and Portola's Danielle Westbrook, battle for the ball last season as former Lady Trojan head coach Sarah Goard watches from the sidelines. Goard will not be returning for the 2015-16 season. File photo by Greg Knight Soccer coach resigns Greg Knight high schools have six split Sports Editor between the teams. sports@plumasnews.com had two RBIs each, with Venable slapping her two-RBI double in the top of the sixth inning. Sherman also hit a two-RBI single early in the game. Samantha Keely, a senior who did outstanding work at catcher against Orland, smashed a triple with two outs in the top of the fourth. She subsequently scored and was followed home by Sara Nolan and Sherman. At third base Lynda Nolan kept on delivering the defense, stopping a pair of Orland runners and garnering four assists on putouts at first base. Rounding out the batters for Quincy, Rikki Gregorich hit a single in the sixth and later scored the final run of the game for the win. The Lady Trojans end the season with an overall record of 19-6 and are tied for the Mid-Valley League championship with Biggs at 7-1. Chester golfers shoot 486 at Masters tournament Chester golfers Quinton Wilkinson and Jeremiah White were the low scorers for the Volcanoes at the Northern Section California Interscholastic Federation Masters golf tournament last Tuesday. Wilkinson shot an 85 and White shot 89. Inclement weather forced the CIF to switch the tournament from Fall River Country Club to Gold Hills Country Club in Redding. Chester shot a team score of 486. The Masters pit Chester, the Division III champions, up against the Division I and Division II schools. Chico High School won the event with a score of 417. Low medalist went to Noah Norton from Pleasant Valley High School with a round of 71. Photos submitted Quincy's Brooke Potter has been an offensive powerhouse and nightmare for opponents when on the mound all season. The Lady Trojan senior pitched five innings allowing only one run on four hits last week against Orland. File photo by Greg Knight Sip & Smoke Whiskey and Cigar Tasting Three top-shelf whiskeys, two and food served Horseshoes, Cornhole; Chipping Contests Door Prizel bar & grill gt" PLUMAS PINES 402 POPLAR VALLEY RD., GRAEAGLE  www.longboardsbarandgriil:om i i i i i Quincy's Lady Trojan soccer program is in need of a coach, it seems -- one that knows the game and vill work for free. According to!Quiny; ......... ahletic directoohn ...... : " Holland, there have been several changes in the program at Quincy, beginning with the resignation of head coach Sarah Goard last week and the subsequent removal of the stipend for the girls' team head coaching position. Holland also added that while there will be no league affiliation for the Lady Trojans, Quincy will still have a season-long jaunt toward the Perpetual Trophy -- the award fought for between Quincy, Portola and Chester since 1999. "There is no league and few teams for them to play, which means there is no championship or playoffs for the girls' soccer team," Holland wrote in an email. "We had a meeting of six schools down at Paradise Adventist last month and did get a six-team boys' and co-ed league set up, but of the six schools there only Quincy .and Portola will have a girls team." Holland added that he did not vote for a co-ed team in order to save the squad as a school athletic program. "We could have had someone form a travel-type team like the Susanville Strikers, but that would not have been a school team," Holland said. "So, with 14 girls who wanted to play soccer, I could not throw them under the bus and vote to eliminate their team, so I didn't. We will have a team even though they are not in any type of a league as there are not four schools that have a girls team to form one." Chester's Lady Volcanoes soccer team, one of the strongest programs in the region, may also face Quincy in the coming season. The stipend that had gone to girls' soccer will now switch to a different sports program at Quincy. "With 24 students that were going to play tennis, we moved the stipend to tennis rather than soccer as they will be in a league next year and girls' soccer won't at this point in time," Holland said. Among the high schools in Plumas County, Quincy has eight stipends for sports, four for boys' teams and four for girls' teams. The other three 4:30 CHECK IN 5:00 SHOTGUN 9t(manor West 00ri(( $99 O0 18 HOLES W/CART FOR FOUR PEOPLE This coupon is good on Memorial Day Weekend 5/22 - 5/25, 2015. You must be a foursome and have coupon to qualify for special. L RIZ: RANCH