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Bulletin, Record, Progressive, Reporter Wednesday, Dec. 10, 2014 3C vars sin season Greg Knight Sports Writer sports@plumasnews.com The Quincy High School boys' basketball team sank the hopes of the North Lake Tahoe Lakers last week as they began their 2014-15 season on the road, taking a 72-54 win that saw Brady Rick and Jakob Grammer each score 17 points -- and the team score 36 points in each half. Rick, a senior for the Trojans, also had a double-double in his first outing of the year, swooping down 12 rebounds. Crowe Herbertson-Deemer added 10 points on the night and seven rebounds, two assists and two steals. Jake Rick, D.J. Davis and Erik Schwartz each scored eight points in the game, with Mike Fowler putting up a pair of buckets. From long distance, Davis and Grammer each had a pair of three-pointers. Jake Rick also nailed one from beyond the arc in the first half. Head coach Mike Woodlee praised his high scorers after the game. "(Brady) helped facilitate the offense and made sure everyone was involved," Woodlee said. "His 17 points were tied for a team high with Jakob Grammer, who reached a career high on the varsity level, and his 12 rebounds were a game high. Not a bad start to a senior year." The junior varsity Trojans squad came close against Tahoe, failing only by the slightest 36-31 final score to the Lakers. Quincy girls Quincy 49,North Tahoe 30 Pierce 42, Quincy 26" The Lady Trojans were victorious as well over the Lakers, taking a 49,30 win before dropping their next game to Pierce, of Arbuckle, on a 42-26 final score. The loss evened Quincy up at a 1-1 overall record so far on the season. No stats for the game were available by press time. Tip-Off Classic Quincy 71, Etna 26 The Trojans jumped out to an early lead against the Etna Lions last Thursday in Quincy's opening gambit at the 35th Annual Tip-Off Classic tournament, eventually besting the squad from Siskiyou County on a 71-26 final score. After the game, head coach Mike Woodlee named Grammer as his player of the game after the junior nailed down 15 points on six buckets and a three-pointer. "(Jakob) continues to impress us with his composure and poise.., he has stayed within himself and has been the top scorer through two games," Woodlee said before going to praise the rest of his squad. "The entire team played like hawks all over the floor tonight." Senior Brady Rick also had 15 points in the game. Herbertson-Deemer put up !2 points, with Schwartz adding 10 of his own. Davis had a pair of treys and a bucket for eight points while freshman Jake Rick put up seven points of own, including one from outside the arc: Fowler and Marcus Kingston each had two points in the game. Under the basket, Schwartz was king of the defense with five rebounds and two steals. Quincy 82, Portola 51 Next up for Quincy was the rivalry game against Portola -- and the Trojans took the victory on a 82-51 final score that saw Grammer score 25 points, Brady Rick score 22 and pull off a double with 10 assists, and Davis put up 15 points that included a trio of three-pointers. Speaking of three-pointers, Brady Rick nearly outdid himself from beyond the arc by going five for five for 15 of his 22 points on the night. Grammer also put up three, from long distance to help the Trojans to a 71 percent record in treys against the Tigers. Dixon 63, Quincy 46 The headline event at the tournament came on Saturday night as the Trojans went head to head with the Dixon Rams in the championship match. Even though Quincy played as hard-nosed as ever, the squad was ultimately bested by Dixon on a 63-46 fmal tally. Brady Rick led with 19 points while Davis trailed just behind with 12. Other Quincy junior Jakob Grammer (No. 44) goes against Etna last week. Photo by Greg Knight scorers in the game were Grammer (seven), Herbertson-Deemer (four), Jacob Rick (two) and Schwartz (two). In terms of honors given by Woodlee after the tourney, Grammer and Brady Rick were awarded all-tournament first team for the varsity squads. Freshman Shane Flanigan received all-tournament first team recognition for his contribution to the JV team. Quincy, now at 3-1 overall on the season, will face a rematch situation this Friday when they travel to Portola to face the Tigers on their home court. Tip-off is set for 8:30 p.m. CDFW .plans deer hunter opinion survey The California Department of Fish and Wildlife is updating its deer management plan. TO assist with this planning effort, CDFW has selected Responsive Management, a company specializing in natural resource-related public opinion surveys, to conduct a deer hunter opinion survey.. Responsive Management will begin contacting randomly selected deer hunters by telephone in mid-December. Survey participants will be asked a series of deer hunting and deer management-related questions. Survey results will be used to help CDFW assess and guide the future of its deer management program and identify management strategies. Participation in this survey is voluntary. However, participation by selected individuals will ensure that deer hunter opinions are documented and considered during development and implementation of CDFW's statewide deer' management plan. Any questions about the deer hunter survey may be directed to CDFW Deer Program Coordinator Stuart Itoga at 916-445-3652. up for one of his six buckets against Etna in the Trojans' Tip-Off Classic opener Drew Baumgartner (No. 1) works the ball across the mid-court line in his first high varsity basketball game, which was against North Tahoe. 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