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Bulletin, Record, Progressive, Reporter Wednesday, July 1,2015 lC i:i AND Will travel to Pinole for next round Greg Knight Sports Editor sports@plumasnews corn The Quincy juniors softball team is headed to Contra Costa County to advance to the next round of All-Star play after demolishing the visiting team from Modoc in a best-of-three series last week. Quincy rallied to win the first game, 20-19, and routed Modoc, 36-9, in the second game to become the District 48 junior Little League champions. Game 1 Quincy 20, Modoc 19 It took a six-run rally in the seventh inning for the Quincy junior softball team to surpass the team from Modoc and take a 20-19 win in the first game of a best-of-three series at Story Field last Tuesday, June 23. After going down 11-0 in the first inning, Quincy began to slowly climb back with five runs, courtesy of Autum Sherman, Rosemary Wirtz, Baylee Ray, Havyn Glover and Chyanne Morrison. Sherman reached first base on a single, with the next three batters taking walks and Morrison slamming a double. Two of the five RBIs in the inning came from Melia Hall and Lila Wirtz. Pitcher Megan Cahill strikes out nine batters during the second game against Modoc. 13-12, though a two-run Trailing by ffIve runs in the run, with Rosemary Wirtz While Modoc was only ableIn the bottom of the third, fourth inning would see-saw seventh, the Quincy girls put sliding in for the win. to add one run in the top of Rosemary Wirtz took a the score back in favor of together a six-run drive that At the mound, Cahffl the second, Quincy put upfour-ball walk and Ray hit a Modoc. included four batters being struck out nine Modoc another five runs from single to put the pair at first After going down by two, walked before reaching home batters Jordan DeMartile, Rosemary and second base. Follow-up 16-14, Quincy nearly fell-- and a single by Rosemary The times and locations of Wirtz, Ray, Glover and RBIs from Cahill and Halldown in the game as ModocWirtz and a huge double from the games in Pinole, set for pitcher Megan Cahill to trail and Lila Wirtz briefly gave surged to 19-14 lead. Glover. July 11, were not available by by two, 14-12 the Quincy team the lead,And then, there was a rally. DeMartile scored the tying press time. The Quincy junior Little League softball team holds its District 48 championship banner after beating Modoc in two games last week. From left: Assistant coach Mike Nolta, Jordan DeMartile, Melia Hall, Megan Cahill, Lila Wirtz, Chyanne Morrison, Autum Sherman, Baylee Ray, assistant coach Heather Kelley, and coach Jessica Bennett; kneeling left is Hailey Murphy and kneeling right is Sierra Soder; bottom, from left is Rosemary Wirtz and Haven Glover. Photos by Greg Knight ATTENTION CONTRACTORS! We have SAND, DRAIN ROCK and CLASS 2 STATE SPEC BASE ROCK for your building needs!