Quincy Girls Defeat North Quincy, 46-29

Junior center Nicole Jorgensen had 13 points, 15 rebounds, four blocks and four steals to lead Quincy past North Quincy, 46-29 in a Patriot League game Friday night. Quincy Sun Photo/Robert Bosworth

Junior center Nicole Jorgensen had 13 points, 15 rebounds, four blocks and four steals to lead Quincy past North Quincy, 46-29 in a Patriot League game Friday night. Quincy Sun Photo/Robert Bosworth

By BILL GRIFFIN

Junior center Nicole Jorgensen had 13 points, 15 rebounds, four blocks and four steals to lead Quincy past North Quincy, 46-29 in a Patriot League game Friday night.

Alyssa Camara had 11 and Gabby Jerahian added 10 for the Presidents who swept the season series with North. Quincy is 12-5 overall and 9-5 in the Patriot League Keenan Division.

Sophomore center Remy Aucoin had 16 points and 14 rebounds for North. North is 8-11 overall and 8-7 in the league.

North Quincy sophomore Remy Aucoin had a team-high 16 points against Quincy Friday night.

North Quincy sophomore Remy Aucoin had a team-high 16 points against Quincy Friday night.

Quincy's Sarah Gibbons (left) and Gabriela Jerahian (right) battle North Quincy's Jen Butka for a loose ball. Quincy Sun Photo/Robert Bosworth

Quincy’s Sarah Gibbons (left) and Gabriela Jerahian (right) battle North Quincy’s Jen Butka for a loose ball. Quincy Sun Photo/Robert Bosworth

Quincy's Alyssa Camara tosses in two points for the Presidents against North Quincy. Quincy Sun Photo/Robert Bosworth

Quincy’s Alyssa Camara tosses in two of her 11 points for the Presidents against North Quincy. Quincy Sun Photo/Robert Bosworth

North Quincy's (from left) Karyn McEvoy, Remy Aucoin and Kerin Coleman and Quincy's Michelle Le battle for ball possession. Quincy Sun Photo/Robert Bosworth

North Quincy’s (from left) Karyn McEvoy, Remy Aucoin and Kerin Coleman and Quincy’s Michelle Le battle for ball possession. Quincy Sun Photo/Robert Bosworth

 

 

 

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Quincy Bounces Whitman-Hanson, 68-49

Senior captain J.T. Bain scores two of his 17 points in Quincy's 68-win over Whitman-Hanson Thursday night at QHS. The Presidents were in control of this game from the opening tip and led 61-28 after three quarters. The win avenged a 79-74 loss to the Panthers Jan. 14 and improved Quincy's season record to 12-3. The Presidents visit Hingham Friday night and travel to Pembroke Sunday at 2 p.m. for a make-up game with the Titans.  Quincy Sun Photo/Robert Bosworth

Senior captain J.T. Bain scores two of his 17 points in Quincy’s 68-49 win over Whitman-Hanson Thursday night at QHS. The Presidents were in control of this game from the opening tip and led 61-28 after three quarters. The win avenged a 79-74 loss to the Panthers Jan. 14 and improved Quincy’s season record to 12-3. The Presidents visit Hingham Friday night and travel to Pembroke Sunday at 2 p.m. for a make-up game with the Titans. Quincy Sun Photo/Robert Bosworth

Senior captain Colin Evans scored 13 points for the Presidents in Quincy's 68-49 win over Whitman-Hanson Thursday night. Quincy Sun Photo/Robert Bosworth

Senior captain Colin Evans scored 13 points for the Presidents in Quincy’s 68-49 win over Whitman-Hanson Thursday night. Quincy Sun Photo/Robert Bosworth

Quincy also got 8 points from senior captain Drew Myers. Quincy Sun Photo/Robert Bosworth

Quincy also got 8 points from senior captain Drew Myers. Quincy Sun Photo/Robert Bosworth

 

 

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Quincy, North Quincy Swimmers Compete At 2nd Annual Girls’ Meet

North Quincy's Danielle O'Driscoll (top) and Quincy's Julie Huang compete in the 500 yard freestyle event at Thursday's 2nd annual girls meet between the two high schools. Other photos in next week's Quincy Sun.

North Quincy’s Danielle O’Driscoll (top) and Quincy’s Julie Hong compete in the 500 yard freestyle event at Thursday’s 2nd annual girls meet between the two high schools. Other photos in next week’s Quincy Sun. Quincy Sun Photos/Robert Bosworth

Julie Hong QHS

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Jorgensen Sets New Rebound Record In Quincy Victory

Junior center Nicole Jorgensen scored 19 points and grabbed 28 rebounds - a QHS record - as the Presidents defeated Plymouth South 60-51 Tuesday night. Junior guard Gabriela Jerahian scored 17 points and freshman point guard Lana Cunningham chipped in 7 points in the win. Quincy Sun File Photo Robert Bosworth

Junior center Nicole Jorgensen scored 19 points and grabbed 28 rebounds – a QHS record – as the Presidents defeated Plymouth South 60-51 Tuesday night. Junior guard Gabriela Jerahian scored 17 points and freshman point guard Lana Cunningham chipped in 7 points in the win. Quincy Sun File Photo Robert Bosworth

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Presidents Win 82nd City Football Championship, 33-6

Quincy Head Football Coach Bill Reardon is doused with water by Presidents Armani Cardoso (rear), Kenny Garcia Rosario (#34) and Reda Laftih (#21) as the final seconds tick off the clock at the 82nd city football championship Thanksgiving morning at Veterans' Memorial Stadium. Quincy defeated North Quincy, 33-6. Quincy Sun Photo/Robert Bosworth

SIDELINE CELEBRATION – Quincy Head Football Coach Bill Reardon is doused with water by Presidents Armani Cardoso (rear), Kenny Garcia Rosario (#34) and Reda Laftih (#21) as the final seconds tick off the clock at the 82nd city football championship Thanksgiving morning at Veterans’ Memorial Stadium. Quincy defeated North Quincy, 33-6. Quincy Sun Photo/Robert Bosworth

By BILL GRIFFIN

James Lam threw three touchdown passes and Jahvae Handsom-Fields ran for a pair of scores to lift Quincy to its third consecutive Thanksgiving win over North Quincy, 33-6 at Veterans’ Memorial Stadium Thursday morning.

Lam went 9-11 through the air for 177 yards. He hit J.T. Bain on TD strikes of 50 and 40 yards and connected with Armani Cardoso for a four-yard score. Lam broke the all-time record for TD passes by a Quincy quarterback with his second scoring strike to Bain early in the fourth quarter. Lam threw 35 TD passes in his career and broke the old record held by Chris Noble.

Handsom-Fields rushed for 156 yards in 15 carries and played an outstanding game on defense at safety. He scored Quincy’s first TD of the game, a 16-yard run on fourth down when he broke free after being trapped in the backfield.

Senior quarterback Andrew Kiley had a fine game for North, completing eight passes for 109 yards and a touchdown. Eric Cohane-Jones had an excellent game for the Red Raiders with three catches for 48 yards, including a 14-yard connection with Kiley for a TD in the second quarter. Cohane-Jones also had kickoff returns of 55 and 25 yards.

Quincy ended the season with an 8-3 record. North finished at 2-9.

Quincy Quarterback James Lam (#5) is presented the game ball by Coach Bill Reardon to mark a record-setting day for the senior caption. Lam tossed two touchdowns - both to J.T. Bain - for 35 in his career to establish a new record at Quincy High. Lam's 35 touchdown throws broke the mark long-held by Chris Noble who had 34 for his career. Quincy Sun Photo/Robert Bosworth

RECORD DAY – Quincy Quarterback James Lam (#5) is presented the game ball by Coach Bill Reardon to mark a record-setting day for the senior captain. Lam tossed three touchdown passes  - including a pair to wide receiver J.T. Bain – for 35 in his career to establish a new record at Quincy High. Lam’s 35 touchdown passes broke the mark long-held by Chris Noble who had 34 for his career. Quincy Sun Photo/Robert Bosworth

Quincy Presidents celebrate with the city football championship moments after defeating North Quincy, 33-6 in the 82nd meeting between the two high schools Thanksgiving morning at Veterans' Memorial Stadium. Quincy Sun Photo/Robert Bosworth

Quincy Presidents celebrate with the city football championship moments after defeating North Quincy, 33-6 in the 82nd meeting between the two high schools Thanksgiving morning at Veterans’ Memorial Stadium. Quincy Sun Photo/Robert Bosworth

The Red Raiders sustained several strong drives deep into Presidents' territory and the game was close for three quarters until Quincy pulled away in the fourth quarter. Here North Quincy senior wide receiver Solomon Umoren leaps to make a terrific grab over the Presidents' Rich Turpin. Quincy Sun Photo/Robert Bosworth

The Red Raiders sustained several strong drives deep into Presidents’ territory and the game was close for three quarters until Quincy pulled away in the fourth quarter. Here North Quincy senior wide receiver Solomon Umoren leaps to make a terrific grab over the Presidents’ Ryan Turpin. Quincy Sun Photo/Robert Bosworth

Quincy senior wide receiver J.T. Bain hauls in his second touchdown catch of the day - this one a 40-yard strike from James Lam early in the fourth quarter to make it a 33-6 score. The reception also gave Lam his 35th career touchdown pass, setting a new record at Quincy High School. The mark of 34 had been held by Chris Noble. Quincy Sun Photo/Robert Bosworth

Quincy senior wide receiver J.T. Bain hauls in his second touchdown catch of the day – this one a 40-yard strike from James Lam early in the fourth quarter to make it a 33-6 score. The reception also gave Lam his 35th career touchdown pass, setting a new record at Quincy High School. The mark of 34 had been held by Chris Noble. Quincy Sun Photo/Robert Bosworth

Members of both teams line up at midfield to shake hands following Quincy's 33-6 win over North Quincy Thursday. Here Presidents Jake Bergonzi (#44), Garrett Cronin (#35) and Isaiah Uzamere shake hands with North Quincy captain Zack Dangora. More game coverage in the Dec. 4th issue of The Quincy Sun. Quincy Sun Photo/Robert Bosworth

Members of both teams line up at midfield to shake hands following Quincy’s 33-6 win over North Quincy Thursday. Here Presidents Jake Bergonzi (#44), Garrett Cronin (#35) and Isaiah Uzamere shake hands with North Quincy captain Zack Dangora. More game coverage in the Dec. 4th issue of The Quincy Sun. Quincy Sun Photo/Robert Bosworth

 

 

 

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