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2C Wednesday, May 2, 2018 Bulletin, Record, Progressive, Reporter PHS Senior Eric Jacobsen fires a )itch from the mound. QHS Sophomore Brady his pitch. Peay stays focused to the very end of Marl Erin Roth SpoGs Editor eroth@plumasnews.com Portola and Quincy clashed on the diamond April 24; the girls in Portola and the boys at Feather River College in Quincy. The ladies' battle resulted in a Trojan victory. 12-2. The QHS boys beat the Tigers 6-1. The QHS girls team batting average is .375 with an on-base percentage of .486. The ladies have stolen 70 bases this season and average better than five runs per game. Sophomore Chyanne Morrison is leading the Trojan batting with .510, senior Ashlyn Wingfield bats .459 and junior Megan Cahill is swinging .424 this year. Sophomore Melia Hall is a big help to the team's success with 18 RBIs. Wingfield and junior Baylee Ray have 14 RBIs each. Sophomore Jordan DeMartile and Cahill each have 13 RBIs. DeMartile has stolen 14 bases, and so has Wingfield. Morrison got away with 12. Senior Boston McAdams is busy on the field with 57 put outs and DeMartile is right there with 54. Cahill and freshman Caitlyn James are pitching for the Trojans. Cahill has 38 innings under her belt with 43 strikeouts and young James has pitched 32 innings and struck out 46 batters. The Trojans are 15-6-1 overall with a 4-2 for the league. It has been a building year for Tiger softball with five freshman and five sophomores on the team. There are no juniors from last year and just four graduating seniors showing the new girls what's what on the field. The PHS team is 1-16 and 0-6 for the league; Tiger hearts are beating strong. QHS boys vs. Portola In the boy's rivalry gamo the FRC diamond, the Portola run was scored by senior Eric Jacobsen hit in by junior Chandler Ross. Quincy junior Dominic Rinetti, senior Anakin Borghi, sophomore Johnny Pini and freshman Logan Hamlin scored single runs and senior Kai Hall scored two. Rinetti stole two bases and senior Simon McQuarrie stole one. Portola pitchers were Jacobsen, sophomore Cody Callahan, Ross and senior Carson Young. Quincy utilized pitchers Borghi, Hall and sophomore Brady Peay. Trojan Hall struck out four of the 14 batters he faced; Borghi struck out two of nine. Tiger Jacobsen struck out two of the Runners leading, pitcher throwing, batter swinging, fielders catching it's baseball! Photos by Marl Erin Roth 10 Trojans he face& Valley league with a 6-0 winning streak. The Quincy boys are sitting record, 13-4 overall. TheThe Tigers are 2-6 in league at the top of the Mountain Trojans are on a 7-game with a 9-15 overall record. Pitcher Tucker Weaver and catcher Joe Bath get some perspective Terry Baumgartner on the mound. 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CALIFORNIA NEWSPAPERS DELIVER! / from head baseball coach Mari Erin Roth Sports Editor eroth@plumasnews.com A pair of wins and a single. loss to the Siskiyous baseball team last week finalized the Eagles' perch at the top of the Golden Valley Lbague, securing first place for Feather River College baseball, The men were far enough in the lead last week for fans to be assured the conference title would land in the Eagle ,I II B oaa, An g e} www.boata gel.eom b/b~tmd~ nest, but it wasn't official until the men won two out of three in the last of the league games. The Feather River men slammed the door shut on the Siskiyous Eagles in the first game of a three-game series, 25-8, on April 25. It was a game to remember for Eagle first baseman Brandon Koszuth, who crossed home plate SIX times! Three of those trips were the result of his own home run hits. Centerfielder Tyler Kushima scored three runs, one as a homer, and another three runs were scored by third ba eman Ty Brogden. Aaron Rapanot hit a homer and scored two runs in the game. Jacob Miller pitched the majority of the game striking out three batters out of 23. Damien Awai pitched three innings and struck out four batters of 11. Tucker Weaver struck out two batters of the seven he faced. The next day in game two of the three-game series, the Eagles bested the Siskiyous team 9-5. Joe Bath scored two runs for the FRC team. Cole Fiori, Vinny Zavolta, Koszuth, Kushima, Austin Rieman, Conner Pradere and Brogden all scored a run for the FRC Eagles. Head coach Terry Baumgartner utilized a range of pitchers to win that second game. Nolan Monaghan pitched three innings and struck out four batters. Jerome Bohannon pitched three innings and struck out three of his 12 batters. Timmy English . pitched a single inning and struck out three of four batters he faced. Sam Gamboa pitched an inning and struck out a batter and Shane Kelso also took the mound for an inning. 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