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Bulletin, Record, Progressive, Reporter Wednesday, Oct. 31, 2012 lC AND ~ ~ ~ ~:~ ~ ~ ~ ~f~:~ i~:~: ~ ~ - ~ ~ ~ ~i? i~~ ~ ,~ i~:, ::~>~ Keston Pilgrim runs the ball down the field for a touchdown during Quincy's Oct. 26 homecoming Quincy's quarterback, Matt Beeson, takes off with the ball. Beeson ran the ball into the end game against Williams. Pilgrim scored three touchdowns for the Trojans. Photos by James Wilson zone for Quincv's second touchdown of the game. James Wilson Sports Reporter sports@plumasnews.com Homecoming proved victo- rious for the Trojans and all in attendance Oct. 26. Quincy High School beat the Williams Yellowjackets, 50- 22. After the crowning of Alli- son Sipe as homecoming queen, QHS' choir sang a beautiful rendition of the na- tional anthem. The high school band was present and played spirited songs throughout the game to rile up the crowd. The first -half of the -game was evenly matched. The two teams seemed to mirror each other. Once one team scored, Quincy possession. Quincyin the half. Kyle Froggatt re- adjustment was to utilizeball in for his third touch- the other scored. When one in turn fumbled and covered the ball at Williams' Quincy's passing game. down of the game. team fumbled the ball, the Williams once again took the 30-yard line. Quincy's defense took note Toward the end of the third other slipped,up as well. ball. The Trojans sprang to ac- and prevented Williams from quarter, Pilgrim ran in for Williams received the ini- At the beginning of the sec- tion. Beeson passed to Jerry scoring in the second half. Quincy's final touchdown tial kickoff and slowly drove ond quarter, Quincy droveOglesby who made his wayLikewise, the Trojans' of- and his third of the game. the ball toward the Trojans' the ball close to Williams' into the end zone to once fense executed several big Quincywas ahead50-22 going end zone. Williams scored end zone. Quarterback Matt again even the score. At the plays, which scored them into the fourth quarter. first and successfully made a Beesonsnuck the ball in for half Quincy and Williamsfour more touchdowns in the No more points were two-point conversion, the touchdown. Cody McDon- were tied, 22-22. third quarter, scored during the game. The Trojans received the ald ran for the two-point con- "I told the kids during half Pilgrim ran the ball in for Quincy possessed the ball at kickoff and started their dri- version, time that we should be way Quincy's next touchdown 30 the end and ran the clock out ve at mid-field. Subsequently, Williams responded harsh-more up on these guys," said seconds into the half. to ensure a victory. Quincy wasted no time mov- ly to the Trojans. The Yellow- co-coach Tom Goss. "We Ogelsby caught a pass from "We opened up the game in ing the ball. A minute and a jackets made two touch- didn't play well defensively Beeson and ran in a touch- the second half," said Goss, half later, Quincy's Keston downs within two minutes of in the first half and we need- down. Immediately after, "Our defense really held the Pilgrim caught and ran in one another, ed to make some adjust- Quincy recovered Williams' game together and we also the ball for Quincy's first Quincy and Williams trad-ments." kickoff return. Ten seconds made some big plays in the touchdown of the night to ed possessions through the One major adjustment thelater Ogelsby caught a long third." even the core: ................. rest of the half. Williams Trojans made wag to provide pas and 5fought the ball to: .... Ttie Tr6jans trav,el to Es- Williams fumbled on the fumbled the ball with lessmore coverage on Williams' the 2-yard line. Ten seconds parto on Nov. 2 for their final way down the field, giving than two minutes remaining Jose Davalos. Another after that, Ogelsby ran the game of the regular season, In Follow us on Map at: