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THE THURSDAY, September 18, 20141 Joanna Santana and Heidi Bishop stuff a hit by Omak's Kellie Ill Foth. Kurtis J. Wood/Post-Register in BY KURTIS J. WOOD in East Valley, but we still had a sports@qvprcom few unforced errors," said Dreher. "They played almost 100 percent better than in East Valley." The Lady Jacks showed a little The Lady Jacks fell behind ear- more life at the net on Tuesday. ly and never recovered in the first Actually, in the eyes of coach Ni- game, but found some life in the cole Dreher, it was a sharp turn- second behind a raucous crowd. around from their season opener Facing a 7-2 deficit, Quincy rallied last Tuesday in East Valley. to take a 16-11 lead after kills by Case in point - Liz Nielson had Thomsen and Heidi Bishop (two seven kills, Natalie Thomsen had kills, block). five kills and Sam Kleyn added They held the lead until Omak four kills. In East Valley no girl on tied the game at 18-18. The game the team had more than three hits. went back and forth and the hitting This led to a closer match against of Nielson and Kleyn kept them Omak, but it was still a loss. The in the game. But Omak's Taylor Lady Pionedrs won in three games Coffell (11 kills, 20 digs) with help 25-12, 25-23, 25-20. from setter Mariah Kruse (22 as- "We played much better than sists, five aces) had a pair of kills to give the Lady Pioneers the 25- 23 win. The third game looked out of control after Omak took a 20-13 lead, but Quincy battled back with- in four points at 24-20 and dump by Kleyn, but Omak scored the final point to win the game 25-20 and the match. Quincy returns tO the court Thursday against Prosser. Dreher is hoping her team keeps the inten- sity they had in game two against Omak. "I thought there were several who played with heart and intensi- ty," she said. "Sam always and Han- nah and Kaitlyn played tough D. "I thought Liz really stepped up in the outside." BY KURTIS J. WOOD sports@qvpr.com First-year cross country coach Elijah Gregg is pretty excited ,about this season and for good reason. His boys team returns two state veterans and their top-5 runners from last season. It is safe to say Quincy is one of the teams to watch in the Cen: tral Washington Athletic Conference. "I'm excited for this upcoming season," Gregg said. "These athletes have been running for several years and all seniors are our fastest." "~th all the experience back on the team, the goal and focus for this year is the state meet. Quincy will be led by Spencer Elmore and Victor Salgado and round out the top-5 with Jimmy Garcia, Gustavo Mendoza and Jesus Guzman. They were the "team's top finishers at Saturday's Farm-to- Market 5K run, Elmore led the pack with a time of 18 minutes, 11 seconds, while Salgado crossed in a time of 18:12. Garcia (18:55) and Mendoza (18:56) were within a second of each other and Guzman clocked in at 20:10. "They're smart and know how to race," Gregg said. "They know how to compete as a team. "There are individual aspects, but it's a team sport." Perhaps the real battle will be for the sixth and seventh spots on the varsity roster. During Saturday's run, the next fastest run- ners were Daniel Cruz (20:12), Cyril Berndt (20:14), Dylan Baty (20:50), Zhorik Roseburg (21:28), Brandon Melburn (21:28), Andy Reynolds (23:28), Gabe Elmore (25:34) and Octavio Bus- tos (25:38). "They will help us score Some points, or not score some points. This is like golf- the lower the score the beReT," Gregg said. "I know that the six and seven spots are going to be competitive." The girls The girls will be led by junior Dezarae Westra. She is the lone returner for new coach Greg Martinez. On Saturday she ran the 3.16 mile course in 23:03. She was joined by two teammates, Jazmine Benitez (27:32) and Hannah Safe (29:41). "(Westra) has been good and injury free," Martinez said. "She's wanting to do workouts with the guys and she's ready to push herself." Martinez is looking at Hannah Soelter to run side-by-side with Westra by season's end. "Hannah should be up there," Martinez said. "She's very com- petitive and doesn't like to lose." Others on the roster are Kateri Rowell, Zaira James, Sam Schaapman and Baylee Elmore'. SEPTEMBER 11, 2014- Low-Gross: FI: Vickie Brissev-103 F2: Judy Oldfather-106 Low Net: FI: Gerrie Nohr-74 F2: Debbie Bolt & Elke Longwill-70 Game of the Dav: SubstitutePar-1 Hole Front & Back Winners: FI: Vickie Brissev F2: Kathy Kniep LongDrive #15: FI: Vick'm Brissev F2: Bonita Vordahl Gross: Mike Kniep-78 Low Net Dave Restaurant open daily; Sunday breakfast special. Please call ahead. COLOCKUM 509-787-6206 17056 Rd 5 NW, Quincy www..colockumridgego]f.com * APR= Annual Percentage Rate. Loan rates available on approved credit. Membership requirements may apply. Loan rates are subject to change without notice. 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