On Thursday, the Jacks took on the Omak Pioneers. Quincy quickly took the lead and stayed ahead to victory. The final score was 72-58.
“Boys played really well against Omak. They came out and got a big lead and were able to hold onto it. Aiden Heikes got going early and looked good on his way to 22 points. TreyVaughn Bierlink also played well with 18 points and hit four three-pointers. This was our second home game win in a row and the boys were excited to show that their hard work is starting to pay off. They played together as a team and it was fun to watch.” Head Coach Scott Bierlink said.
From the tip off, Quincy had control of the ball. They had their highest scoring quarter of 22 points which included two three-pointers from Bierlink and a three-pointer from Heikes.
During the second quarter the Jacks racked up the points and created a bigger lead of 21 points to end the quarter 43-22.
Their biggest lead came during the third quarter when they managed to get 24 points ahead of Omak. The Jacks also managed to rack up six team fouls in those eight minutes. The most exciting part was when Bierlink hit a three point buzzer beater at the end of the third quarter.
Quincy let Omak inch closer during the fourth quarter but did not let them get close enough to take victory away. During this time Bierlink fouled out and Quincy sent in some of their reserve players who had not touched the court yet that game.
Quincy was doing so well that the only timeout they called during the entire game wasn’t until halfway through the fourth quarter.
“Hopefully we can build off those last two wins and end the season strong,” Coach Bierlink said.
The Jacks currently stand 2-4 in the conference and 2-6 overall.
Quincy — Heikes 22, Bierlink 18, Bews 12, Spence 9, Vega 5, Townsend 3, Zepeda 2, Gonzalez 1.
Omak — Jovan Mercado 23, Jonathan Stenberg 15, Jacob Hurlbert 9, Trey Rose 4, Jaren Boyd 3, Kaiden Devereaux 2, Xavier Devereaux 2.
Quincy 22 21 18 11 — 72
Omak 15 7 15 21 — 58
Quincy highlights: Heikes had five rebounds and five assists. Bews had seven rebounds, Thomsen had eight rebounds and Spence had five steals.
Highlights for games earlier this week:
June 1 at Ephrata
Quincy lost 51-62
TreyVaughn Bierlink - 29 points, 12 rebounds
Aiden Heikes - 7 points
Marcario Vega - 7 points
June 4 vs Chelan
Quincy lost 53-87
TreyVaughn Bierlink - 22 points, 12 rebounds
Aiden Bews - 10 points, 9 rebounds
Aiden Heikes - 9 points, 4 rebounds, 5 steals