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6C Wednesday, March 4, 2015 Bulletin, Record, Progressive, Reporter i Greg Knight , ~.Sports Editor After earning a first-round bye by taking the No. 3 seed in the Division V playoff bracket, the Quincy boys' basketball team finally met its match in the No. 6 seed Williams Yelowjackets. Williams bested the Trojans, 82-69, in a game that saw Quincy head coach Mike Woodlee ejected from his home court just minutes to play. The game began with the Trojans' usual intensity. All seemed well as Quincy crept out to a five point lead over Williams. But that is exactly when the Yellowjackets turned up the heat; although the Trojans outscored their opponents 14-11 in the first eight minutes, it just wasn't the same in the second period. Williams went on a 24-14 run that put the Jackets in the lead for the rest of the game. Trailing 35-28 a~the half, the Trojans attempted to regroup coming into the third period, but were largely unsuccessful as senior Brady Rick was held to only three-points off a single long-distance shot. The shooting for Quincy in the period was led by Jakob Grammer, who while shooting 16 points on the evening, was contained to I li just two baskets and a pair of free-throws by the Williams defense. The fourth period is where the Trojans came back to life by posting a 28-24 scoring run against the Jackets -- with Rick scoring 15 of his 32 points to try for one last push. The Trojans were able to narrow Williams' lead down to two points early in the period, but that run fell apart and the Jackets were able to keep scoring. The game, which was witnessed by a packed house of Quincy fans and a number of visitors from Williams, got exceptionally dramatic in the ffmal minutes. Both Rick and a Williams player were called for offsetting fouls and, mere moments later, Woodlee was ejected from the court after being assessed two technical fouls in three minutes, sending assistant coach Kent Grammer to the head of the pack to lead the Trojans. The loss ended the year for Quincy, the winners of the Mid-Valley League with an 8-0 record, as well as a 19-8 overall showing. Jakob Grammer ended the game with 16 points, while Erik Schwartz added seven. Both DJ Davis and Jake Rick earned five-point showings with a three-pointer and two free-throws apiece. Crowe Herbertson-Deemer and Tyler Hartline added two points each. Trojan junior DJ Davis (No. 10) goes to the paint against Williams last week in Round 2 of the NSCIF Division V playoffs. Photo by Grog Knight Greg Knight Sports Writer The Lady Trojans basketball team may have entered the Northern Section California Interscholastic Federation playoffs as the No. 3-seeded squad -- but the girls' level of play and 59-23 win against Division V tournament opener Los Molinos last week left no doubt that head coach Harlon Sevier's group was playing at the top of its game. After jumping out to a 31-9 halftime lead, the Trojans, led mostly in offensive output by senior Angel Garrish's ll-point drive in the paint, took a serious slowdown as the Bulldogs held Quincy to just six points in the third period. The Trojans stepped up their game in the fourth period, however, thanks to a blistering 16-point scoring run by the duo of Jasmin Sherman and Taylor Friden -- and the equally stout defensive play of freshman up to the varsity level in the past few games, managed to log four offensive rebounds, an assist and a steal. After the game, Sherman credited Wingfield with helping the team earn the win. "Ashlyn is an amazing player and is going to be even greater as she moves toward being a senior," Sherman said. "She is already fantastic under the basket and her defense is great. She takes advantage of opportunities and that helped us win tonight." Then came the push by the Trojans; thar ks to a 22-5 run in the final eight minutes, Quincy seized its first-round win -- and a date with destiny against Mt. Shasta's No. 5 seed team two days later. While Wingfield made a strong showing, the leaders on defense were both seniors; Garrish and Shania Barnes earned double-doubles with 13 and 12 rebounds apiece, while both scoring in double digits as well. led the Trojans with 17 rebounds and a steal. Kaylin Henderson led insteals overall, however, swiping six balls from the Bulldogs, while also logging eight rebounds. Sherman, who finished the game with 16 points, also commented on what the Trojans did to prepare for the Bulldogs. "Coming into the game against Los Molinos, we looked at their record against Chester because we knew the Vols are a hard-fighting team," Sherman said. "We looked at how they were scoring against them and applied that game plan by shutting down their key : player." Garrish added that the game plan against Los Molinos involved a shift from Quincy's normal method of scoring. "Today was a big game at post, unlike our past _ games, which involved a lot of work coming from the guards," Garrish said. "Our post players fought really ::! Ashlyn Wingfield who, Junior Rachel Hanna had a hard under the basket and :.:i despite only being brought ............................ ................ *' ...... ............... ...... stellar n!gh ofi e nse: that lS hat made the ..... 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The Lady Bears came into the match with a 15-11 record overall and a 7-5 record in league after defeating CORE Butte, 55-13, in the first round. "We played pretty well most of the game, though we had our moments where we got flat-footed," Sevier said. "That is something we can't do going forward against Mt. Shasta. It is one game at a time for us." Quincy's shania Barnes (No. 21) ends the game against Los Molinos with a double-double after shooting for 10 points and Mr. Shasta 71, Quincy 50 earning 12 rebounds. Photo by Greg Knight The Lady Trojans ended the 2014-15 season at home Potter, who hit a boomingPortola girls' basketball after falling 71-50 to No. 5 three-pointer in the opening Colusa 54, Portola 38 seed Mt. Shasta in the minutes, ended with four The Lady Tigers fell to the second round of the playoffs, on the night. Shania Barnes Colusa Lady RedHawks On a Leading the push for the finished with three, the duo 54-38 final score in the Trojans was, once again, of Lindsey Jensen and first-round game on the road. Jasmin Sherman with 25 Morgan Fowler had two Portola was the No. 11 seed points, which included each, and Kaylin Henderson going into the atch and double-digit showings in tossed up a free throw, entered the playoffs with a 12-3 both halves. The Lady Trojans won record overall and a 6-3 tally in: Senior Angel Garrish the Mountain-Valley League Mid-Valley League standings. followed with nine points, title this season on an 8-0 Stats for Portola were not while Rachel Hanna added league record and an overall available by deadline for this six of her own. Brooke tally of 21-5. story. Golden Eagles sweep Siskiyous Feather River College pitcher Connor Briare makes the toss to a College of the Siskyous batter last week in the Golden Eagle squad's home opener. FRC completed a sweep against Siskiyous, winning the first game 11-4, followed by a lopsided nightcap that ended on a 23-2 final score. Highlights were numerous, with a home run by Michael Sanderson and a triple by David Rapanot. Pitching for FRC was outstanding, with wins by Skylar Haynes and O'Keeffe Hall, along with a save for Christian Charles. FRC is now 3-0 in Golden Valley Conference and 9-5 overall. Next up is a three-game series scheduled for this weekend against College of the Redwoods in Eureka. Photo by Greg Knight Drain into a clean container, free of other fluids such as water, gasoline, antifreeze or solvents. The Plumas County Department of Public Works has containers & funnels available for free. Drain oil filter 12 to 24 hours before recycling the filter. Take to a used oil collection center. All transfer stations in Plumas County accept used oil and filters free of charge. q