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4~ Wednesday, Nov. 7, 2001 Bulletin, Prog~ l l By Dave Keller yards), who has caught 26 passes for Staff Writer "I was happy with our run-496 yards. Quincy High School will ning game," Ray said. "We One of those completions get a second chance at defeat- blocked well." took place during the first ing Rio Vista High School'sWhen Qqincy went to the game,.between Quincy and football team Friday night in air, quarterback Jason Kur- Rio__ , resulting in a the first round of the CIF pjuweit was efficient, con- touchdown': playoffs, necting on half his 10 passes But Rio Vista faces one of Three weeks ago, in a for 107yards. the best defenses in Northern Sacramento Valley League His best pass was a 60-yard California in Quincy, which showdown, Rio Vista used a strike to Chris DriscoU, which is eighth this year after being solid running game and time- resulted in a touchdown. No. 1 last season. ly passing to cash in on mis- "I was really pleased withIn several games, however, takes by Quincy, for a 20-12 how they played," Ray said. Quincy's defense has been victory. We didn't turn the ball over vulnerable to big pass plays. But, in the 6 p.m. road con- or make many mistakes." Quincy's offense, which test, Coach JeffRay is hoping As for this week's playoffscored only .175 points this the Trojans will walk away contest, Rio Vista promises to year after averaging more with a different result this be a strong opponent, than 358 points the past three time. Rio Vista possesses a bal-years, has been merely aver- "It will be a tough game. anced offensive attack, which age rather than explosive. Rio Vista is a very good features one of the Northerr , Although Kurpjuweit has team," Ray said. "But the kids Section's better quarter- struggled at times with his are looking forward to it."backs, Billy Rodriguez, and accuracy, the junior has still A win by the Trojans, who better runners, Collin Turk. put up impressive numbers, are 6-4 overall and 5-3 in the Together, Rodriguez and completing 100 of 201 at- Sacramento Valley League, Turk have helped establishtempts for 1,714 yards and 12 would give the Trojans their Rio Vista as a top offense, touchdowns. sixth straight trip to the ranking No. 14 among North- Those numbers are good Northern Section semifinals, ern California's 57 teams this enough for No. 2 in Northern Quincy would travel Nov. year. California and No. 20 in the 16 to Willows High School, The explosive Turk has state. which is the defending Divi- rushed for 1,311 yards, aver- Kurpjuweit is not afraid to sion III champion, aging 8.25 yards every time evenly distribute the ball, with Quincy qualified for this he touches the ball. Brian Blust, Gay and Driscoll week's playoff game with a Last month against Quincy,posting similar numbers. 29-6 victory over visiting Cap- Turk rushed for 147 yards on On the ground, Mike Bar- ital Christian Prep School,20 carries, which was a typical ron has rushed for 708 yards which struggled to turn away game for the running backon 124 carries--a respectable the Trojans' running attackOn the ground, Turk is 5.7average. and to score important touch- helped out by Ulises Arbarca, For Quincy, the playoffs downs when it had the who has rushed for over 600 are the rule rather than the chance, yards this season as Rio exception, even though the , The Trojans pounded away Vista's second running back. current roster's players are a at Capital Christian's de- Rodriguez has completed largely inexperienced group. fense, rushing for 211 yards, about 60 percent of his passes But that's still more experi- Quincy used a variety of this season, collecting ence than Rio Vista has. Its 7- ball-carriers, turning to Mike ],169yards through the air, 3 regular season record is a Barron (44 yards), Beau Blan- with 14 touchdowns, pleasant surprise for a school ton (25 yards), Darren Beatty One of the passer's favorite that had won only 15 games (69 yards) and Josh Gay (38targets is Dustin DeLaRosa, the previous nine years. ::~!~ .... File Darren Beatty gains several yards for the Trojans, thanks to a hard block Ellingson. Quincy blocked well in its 29-6 victory over Capital Christian and Beatty led in rushing with 69 yards. l l Some kids are afraid of monsters... Others live with them. 85% of all child sexual violence involves someone the child knows and trusts - a parent, relative or babysitter. If a child you know is in danger Call the Crisis Line 283-4333 Toll Free 1-877-332-2754 Rape Crisis Line 12877-215-7273 A program of Plumas Crisis Intervention & Resource Center On Salel 350-20" Chainsaw 3.0, 50cc Engine ade for Serious Wood Cutting! 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