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Posted on Oct 29, 2015

Volleyball faced with must-win

The Lady Jacks have one night to prove themselves as a playoff contender or pack up their volleyballs and nets for the season.
After three straight losses to playoff contenders, Quincy now sits at 4-4 in league needing a win against Ephrata (3-5) on Thursday to earn one of the six spots into the Central Washington Athletic Conference playoffs. Four teams are locked in: Selah (8-0), Ellensburg (7-1), Prosser (6-3) and Othello (5-3). The final two spots will be East Valley (4-4), Ephrata, Grandview (3-5) or Quincy.

Ellensburg 3, Quincy 0
25-18, 25-16, 25-8
The fifth ranked Lady Bulldogs (11-2) lost to Quincy earlier in the season in four games, but won in straight sets on Tuesday to grab second-place in the CWAC. Kassidy Malcom led Ellensburg with 10 kills, 12 digs, four aces and four blocks.
Quincy was led by Natalie Thomsen (7 kills) and Kaitlin Ramsey (16 digs).
Prosser 3, Quincy 1
25-12, 17-25, 25-20, 25-15
No details reported.

Soccer ends season on senior day
The Lady Jacks soccer team played their final game of the season and four seniors were honored at halftime: Bea Avalos, Jessica Thompson, Gabriela Flores and Alex Toevs.
Quincy (1-8, 1-14-1) lost to Grandview 4-1. The Lady Greyhounds earned the sixth and final berth to the district tournament. The Lady Jacks lone goal came from junior Alysha Donovan in the 22nd minute.
Saves: Carla Beltran (Q) 15.

XC caps regular season in Ellensburg
The Quincy cross-country team ran at Rotary Park in Ellensburg last Thursday. The host team swept both the boys and girls 5,000 meter races.
Quincy boys: 14, Gonzalo Birrueta 19:04; 20, Cyril Berndt 19:32; 23, Beto Nunez 19:43; 24, Chris Quintero 19:43; 28, Damion Casillas-Ramirez 20:00; 31, Jesus Buenrostro 20:36; 36, Brandon Melburn 21:15.
Quincy girls: 9, Dezarae Westra 22:57; 23, Jaelyn Zuniga-Diaz 26:14; 26, Hannah Safe 26:28; 31, Torrie Wilson 26:43; 35, Ivania Chavez 27:35; 36, Jazmine Benitez 28:08.