Trojans baseball blows out Portola
Whatever kinks the Quincy High School baseball team had going into the season appear to have been worked out. Quincy solidified its lineup at the Biggs tournament March 28 to win two big games.
Quincy started its tournament play against rival Portola. The Trojans’ batting was superb and ultimately won them the game. Quincy steadily produced runs to win a whopping 25-4. Later in the day the Trojans took on hosting team Biggs and once again came out ahead in a high-scoring game for a 15-8 victory.
“We did pretty good at Biggs,” commented Quincy coach Randy Kelsch. “The boys hit well and took care of business. We’re starting to find out where we need to be.”
Hit well, indeed. Quincy totaled 40 runs in 14 innings. Against Portola, all but one Quincy player got at least one hit. Against Biggs, the Trojans played equally well at bat, but gave up more hits on the mound.Write comment (0 Comments)