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2C Wednesday, Oct. 3, 2001 Football, etc Bulletin, Progressive, Progn Reco~ ..._ I By Dave Keller as the Cox Box, which fen-Delta repeatedly put pres- Staff Writer tures both passing and run- sure on quarterback Jason The Quincy High School ning. Ktt pjuweit, who completed football team bounced backThe offehse is led by explo- only" of 16 passes for one from its first loss of the sea- sive 220-pound running back touchdoiamand 117yards. son with a 14-7 victory Max Daddow and quarter- Running backMikeBarron against host Delta High back JeffGallagher, a compe- rushed for 92 yards on 19 car- School. tent passer, ties, while Beau Blanton Although Quincy's offense Against Delta, Quincy added 32. struggled to put points on the scored touchdowns in the On defense, Barron tackled board, the defense mountedsecond quarter and third 16 Delta ball-carriers, while another strong performance, quarter to take a 14-0 lead. Kevin Lancaster made 19 The win enabled the Tro- But the Trojans failed to tackles and Darren Beatty jans to improve to 4-1 overall get the shutout when Deltatackled 14 others. and to 3-0 in the Sacramento used a fourth-quarter drive to Barron also pinned Delta Valley League. score its sole touchdown, deep into its own territory The victory set the stage Delta was able to cash in on time and time again with for Quincy's third straight a series of penalties to move punts of 42, 46, 65, 42 and 45 road game. the ball into scoring position, yards. Undefeated East Nicolaus "I was disappointed in ourMeanwhile, the junior vat- High School will host the inability to put them away," sity team bounced back from Trojans, who will need to see coach Jeff Ray said. "We did- its 26-20 loss to Mt. Shasta improvements on offense ton't execute well." High School with a 12-0 victo- mount a challenge. Ray praised Delta's ability ry. Although the Spartans are to keep the game close. At press time, coach Tom not large at most positions, "They were prepared," he Goss could not be reached for they are speedy and rely on a explained. "They had a good comment and statistics were wily offensive scheme known scheme on defense." not available. Photo Portola's Joe Thomas follows the block of Ryan Wahl, get caught from by Rio Vista's defense. With the loss to Rio Vista, the Tigm' record n Quincy quarterback Jason Kurpjuweit looks over the snap. The Trojans defeated Delta Friday, Sept. 28. line File photo as he prepares to take the Quincy DUPONT POWER TOOL CO 23 Crescent St 530-283-2136 POLRRIS" rite woy o~. We'll help you from planning to painting. Save $1,O00's in Sweat Equity Get the satisfaction ..... of building your own home, or subcontract the project out. We supply all the building materials. 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But the Tigers quickly turned over the whe remiah M_ar- quett#. rew an interception. which Rio Vista capll;~lJ/~/d yard touchdown run up the Whitebird recorded t er middle. ,, tackles and a sacK. "We played a tough team, Rio' Vista came offJg uc (lt said Bass. "We played a good win over Durham lastu game." . Durham defeated In the first hall the Tigers week three, 3a-0, _ n . )-yarc scored first on a 35-yard Tigers were without by p_ touchdown pass from Mar- players due to injury..r., e quette to Kurtis Clark, and The loss to Rio Vist I u m aurr dwv x ent into haLftime with Portola, the defending, oes a 12-7 lead, thanks to an addi- ern Section Divisi a tional touchdown by Thomas. Portola totaled 203 yards, mostly rushing, while Rio Vista racked up 380 total yards. Thomas carried the ball 24 times for 134 yards and one touchdown. Cody Hidde champion, to a 1-4 rec0 "We still have fotefom games left," said BaSfun, time to regroup, al0 yar( something positive ted We're going to shake {on tember and play s- football." play The Tigers are on ides, added 46 yar 0n seyen car, forj !l._of October, Ter ries. . this Friday night atfffensi (m defense. Ryan Litz led High School. - nts d ~hey , bar & grill .loin us for Monday Night Football - Special Menu - $1.50 draft beers Pizza, bufthlo wings & more! 3 Big Sony Vega l'.V.'s ," Plumas Pines " ..... Were : ; " " : the I Lake Davis aande Fishing success tl e Perf week slowed down. Halt. fall historically pro h re best fishing of the ye " surface temperatures . Over" to cool, running 62-65 The average catch m.g Ynle] 21-1/2 fish per rod. . has been running fro"arrm= inches, with large caught on a more CO r cot basis, fo Frenchman Lake taUehd Fishing was prettY]hhree Frenchman's Lakea . Lots of people campy twaSO free fishing day on Sept. 22. 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