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Bulletin, Record, Progressive, Reporter Wednesday, May 4, 2016 1C Baseball wins 15-4, softball wins 7-6 Jake Jacobson Sports Writer • :.: The Quincy High School ." baseball team defeated rival school Portola 15-4 in a Mid-Valley League match up April 26 in Quincy. The Trojans are now 2-1 against Portola on the season and have won the last two games• The Trojans improved to 3-13 overall•and 2-4 in MVL -' play. With the loss, the Tigers fell to 6-9-1, 0-6 in league play. Cody Morrison and Simon McQuarrie led the Trojans at the plate against the Tigers. Morrison went . 4-for-4 with four runs scored • :'"and four RBIs while • " McQuarrie went 3-for-3 with three runs scored and an RBI. Lane Lamar had a triple as well as four RBIs. Dominic Rinetti and Kai Hall both had two RBIs and Gary Pini had one RBI. Brenden Murray pitched • ::•the complete game for i-:-:Quincy, allowing four runs, " three unearned on three hits, no walks, and 10 strikeouts. Portola closes its regular season today, May 4, at Biggs in an MVL match up. Results will be available in next week's paper• The Lady Trojans huddle up between Biggs 11, Quincy 4 The Quincy Trojans dropped the first game of its Mid-Valley League doubleheader against the Biggs Wolverines in Quincy on April 29. Biggs 18, Quincy 4 The Trojans fell in the second game of the doubleheader on April 29. Quincy finished out their regular season yesterday against Loyalton. The Trojans also played Monday,, innings in their 7-6 win over May 2, against Chester. Both games were non-league contests. Results will be available in next week's paper. Quincy softball 7, Portola 6 The Quincy Trojans softball team took down Mid-Valley League opponent and rival school Portola in a nail-biter April 26. With the win, Quincy improved to 10-11 overall and 4-2 in MVL play. The Lady Tigers fell to 7-7, 2-4 with the loss. Portola on April 26. Photos by Sara Nolan led the Lady Trojans offensively, going 3-for-4 with two RBIs and two runs scored• Ashlyn Wingfield and Megan Cahill each had one RBI for Quincy• Madison Venable had two stolen bases on the day, while Nolan, Baylee Ray, and Autumn Sherman each had one stolen base on as many attempts. Nolan also started at pitcher for Quincy, throwing all seven innings, allowing Jake Jacobson six runs, three unearned, on five hits, one walk and 11 strikeouts• Portola visits Biggs today, May 4, for its final regular season game. This game is also the final MVL match up for the Lady Tigers• Results will be available in next week's paper. Biggs 15, Quincy 4 The Lady Trojans fell to Biggs in the first game of their Mid-Valley League doubleheader in Quincy on April 29. Biggs 11, Quincy 4 Quincy also lost the second game of its home doubleheader against Biggs on April 29. The Lady Trojans faced off against Chester on May 2 and Westwood on May 3. Both games were non-league games• The Lady Trojans close out their season on May 11, when they host Orland in a non-league contest. Jake Jacobson Sports Writer ••°• The Chester High School baseball team defeated county foe Portola 6-0 on April 30 in Chester. The Volcanoes improved to 12-6 with the win, while the Tigers fell to 6-11-i. Jason Schlueter led the Vols at the plate, going 3-for-3 with a double and two RBIs. Spencer Lee had two RBIs on the day and Adam Branch had one RBI. Schlueter started on the mound for Chester and threw the complete game. • :::: :. The senior left-hander • • pitched all seven innings, • allowing just two hits, no walks and 10 strikeouts. No statistics were available for Portola at press time. Chester finishes out its . regular season with a home ". :•: league game against Liberty Christian on May 5. The Vols visited Quincy • for a non-league match-up on Monday, May 2, and visited Redding Christian in a Five-Star League contest on May 3. Portola finishes its season off at Biggs, today. Chester 6, • Redding Christian 3 Chester came back after being down 3-1 and took the victory over FSL opponent Redding Christian in Chester on April 30. Chester 11, Mercy 0 The Volcanoes walloped FSL opponent Mercy on April 27 in Chester. The Vols have a perfect 5-0 record in league play. Portola softball 11, Chester 9 The Lady Tigers defeated Chester in a non-league game in Portola on April 30. With the win, Portola improved to 11-7 while Chester fell to 11-9. No statistics were available at press time. Chester 14, Los Molinos 4 Chester took down Los Molinos in a Five Star League contest April 29 in Los Molinos. Chester now has a record of 4-0 in FSL play. Chester 12, Mercy 11 Chester defeated Five Star League opponent Mercy on April 27 in Chester. The Lady Vols finished out their season yesterday at Redding Christian. Results will be available in next week's paper. Jason Schlueter pitches against Portola in the Vols' 6-0 win on April 30. Photos by Jake Jacobson Antonia Marro makes a throw from shortstop in the Lady Vols" 12-1 1 win over Mercy on April 27.