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Reporter Wednesday, May 23, 2001 11 High Nick Rich-- partic- Under are selling tickets to a drawing at Which has seniors are in featuring South and Part of the draw more ion to the cam - Keller at By Shannon Mect w Sports Editor After defeating Rio Vista in the first round of the playoffs, the Quincy High School base- ball team lost to Etna in the 7, Etm= 8 semifinals, in a game that "An incredible game," said went two extra innings. Beeson. "This was a back and forth battle. It was too bad Quincy 10, Rio Vista 0 somebody had to lose. This is After a scoreless first three the kind of game you expect innings, Aaron Montgomery late in the playoffs." (2-3, two RBIs) made a key hit Vineyard pitched seven in the bottom of the fourth, innings, and Brian Blust came Quincy went on to score three in as relief in the eighth. runs in that inning. The "Mike VineyardpitchedweU Trojans added two runs in the enough to win," said Beeson. fifth and five runs in the sixth, "A few errors in the sixth cost beating Rio Vista with the ten- us, but this team showed run rule. incredible heart to keep corn- "It was a great opening- Ingback." round game," said coach Curt From the plate, Kurpjuwelt Beeson. =We played excellent went 3-4 and Ray went 3-5 with defense with no errors on the one RBI. Blust (I-4) had a huge day, and hit the ball well for a two-RBl triple in the sixth solid win." inning. Vineyard (1-5) also hit Zach Ray batted 3-4 and two RBls. scored three runs, while Jason "The seniors have a lot to be Kurpjuweit hit 2-4 with two proud of," said Beeson. "This runs and three RBIs. was a great year after a rough Mike Vineyard pitched the start." shutout, allowing just two hits and striking, out six. On offense, Vineyard recorded two RBIs. Cnteher Chris Ddooogl gets = oldnnl from the dullout no the umpire gives the count to the pitcher. The Quincy Trojans defeated Rio Vista In the first round ot the ayenv, but kmt to Ztna hm the seedfh game. \ \ \ i~