By THE BAKERSFIELD CALIFORNIAN
The Toronto Raptors re-assigned rookie forward Quincy Acy to the Bakersfield Jam.
The assignment is the second of Acy's career and the record 140th of the 2012-13 NBA and NBA D-League seasons.
Acy, who is 6-foot-7 and 225 pounds and played at Baylor, appeared in 20 games for Toronto this season, averaging 3.0 points, 1.8 rebounds and 7.7 minutes. He appeared in three games for the Jam in December, averaging 12.7 points, 4.7 rebounds and 21.7 minutes. He posted highs of 18 points, five rebounds and 23 minutes in his debut Dec. 7 at Reno.
Acy is expected to play for Bakersfield when it hosts the Texas Legends today.
Garces soccer game moved to 6 p.m.
The Garces girls soccer team's CIF Southern Cal Regional playoff game today against Westlake Village-Oaks Christian has been moved back two hours, to 6 p.m., to allow Oaks Christian more travel time. The game is a first-round Division III regional game, with the winner advancing to a semifinal Thursday. The regional championship game is 10:30 a.m. Saturday in Downey.
LOMPOC -- Bakersfield College finished last in the five-team Point Conception Tournament hosted by Santa Barbara City College.
Liberty graduate Travis Millwee had the lowest two-day total of 160 (79-81) for the Renegades, while teammate Neil Bautista finished with 168 (83-85). The event was played Sunday at Marshallia Ranch golf course and finished Monday at La Purisma golf course.
"The course was very difficult, one of the toughest in California," BC coach Bill Kalivas said. "Not to make any excuses, but we battled wind gusts of 30 to 40 mph. But I think we learned how to play, and our shot selection got better, which gives them some good experience heading into our next conference match."