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• . . ,-- , Bulletin, Record, Progressive, Reporter Wednesday, April 6, 2016 3C Portola puts up 18 runs in the top of the first en routeto 22-3 win over rival Quincy Jake Jacobson Tigers• The freshman Sports Writer pitcher/first baseman went 4-for-4 at the plate, scoring three times, and driving in The Portola High School three runs as well. and Quincy High School Cabral, Romano, and Eric baseball teams faced off in a Jacobson each scored three non-league game at Feather runs. Jacobson drew four River College on Tuesday, walks with two RBIs and had March 29. the only stolen base for the The game between rivals, Tigers, while Romano went which was played as a fun 0-for-3, drawing two walks pre-league contest, was and reaching on an error played under the lights at once. FRC, which Portola took by Defensively, Portola was a a whopping score of 22-3. brick wall. The Tigers Thanks to an 18-run first racked up 15 putouts on 18 inning, Portola total chances, with only one overwhelmed the Trojans error. from the get-go and never With the win, Portola looked back. improved to 3-2-1 on the Th :ough a combined three year, while Quincy fell to 0-4, pitchers, the Tigers allowed The Tigers hosted Quincy only three runs on one hit. in its first Mid-Valley The trio of Joey Romano, League game of the year on Hunter Cabral, and Evan Tuesday, April 5. Results Leal completely shut down will be available in next the Quincy batters on the week's newspaper• mound• Portola faces off at home Offensively, Cabral led the against Maxwell in a MV L Portola's Eric Jacobson (No. 2) slides into second for a stolen base before Quincy's Simon McQuarrie can put the tag down. The game was played atFeather River College on March 29, where the Tigers won 22-3. Photos by Jake Jacobson doubleheader on April 8. against Hug in Reno on Portola 13, Hug 7 No stats were available at Quincy plays against April 2, where they dropped Portola took the second press time. Esparto at home on April 8. the first game after giving up game thanks to a tough Portola's record now six runs late in the ballgame, defensive effort early on, stands at 4-3-1 on the year Hug 14, Portola 8 No stats were available at which allowed the Tigers to and begat1 league play on The Tigers faced off press time. jump out to a big lead. April 5 against Quincy• Brenden Murray of Quincy throws a runner out from shortstop in the Trojans' loss to Maxwell ,, on April 1. Photo by Jake Jacobson 65899 CA-70, Blairsden, California, 96103 Call 530-832-5067 for more information. Find us on Facebook L te rally against Fall River cut short due to tim Jake Jacobson Sports~ Writer The Quincy High School baseball team played in its annual joint tournament • with Greenville on April 1 and 2. The Trojans finished 0-3 on the tournament, falling first to Maxwell 11-1 and then to Loyalton 9-4 on April 1. Quincy then lost to Fall River 13-10 on April 2. Against Maxwell, Cody Morrison went 1-for-3 with the only hit for the Trojans• Drew Baumgartner scored the only run for Quincy. Against Loyalton, Baumgartner led the team • at the plate, going 2-for-3 with an RBI. Morrison started on the mound for the Trojans• The senior right-hander threw five and a third innings, allowing nine runs on eight hits, four walks and four strikeouts• In the final game against Fall River, Morrison led the team offensively, going 3-for-4 with two runs scored and two RBIs. Morrison and Dominic Rinetti each knocked a double• Brenden Murray threw five innings f0r the Trojans, allowing 12 runs on i4 hits with two walks and two strikeouts• Baumgartner relieved Murray and threw one inning• The sophomore right-hander allowed one run on three hits. Quincy now stands at 0-7 on the season and began league play on April 5 at Portola. Game results will be available in next week's paper. The Trojans host Esparto in a Mid-Valley League Doubleheader on April 8. Turn your hobby into cash! Be a vendor at: k Lake Almanor Memorial Day Craft Fair Contact Cheri at 258-2516 or Sponsored by Rotary Club of Chester J i.