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Bulletin, Record, Progressive, Reporter Wednesday, Jan. 22, 2014 5C Feather River College's Ashley Duke takes the shot for two points during the Lady Eagles' game against Lassen on Jan. 15. Though the Eagles won 66-56, they still stand at 1-3 in conference play and have a lot to do to take the Golden Valley Conference. Photos by Maddie Musante James Wilson Sports Editor sports@plumasnews.com It's been a tough year for both Feather River College basketball teams thus far. Both teams faced Lassen and Siskiyous last week and the college came out with one win and three losses. The FRC men's team traveled to Lassen College on Jan. 15 and fell 100-92. On Saturday, Jan. 18, the Eagles hosted College of the Siskiyous and once again lost the game within 10 points, with a final score of 93-83. The losses dropped FRC's record to 4-14 overall and 1-3 in conference play. The women's team did a little better, l eating Lassen 66-56, but fell last Saturday to Siskiyous 62-52. The FRC women's team has a slightly better overall record than the men's at 5-13, but it is also 1-3 in conference. A highlight of the week for the men's team was the top-notCh performance by Maurice Johnson against Lassen. Johnson scored 29 points, including four three-pointers. Reuben Nwondo similarly did well with 17 points and DeCari Lide made 13 points. Amy Yeager was once again the high scorer for the women's team in the win against Lassen. Yeager, known for her long shot, made three three-pointers, which contributed to her total of 19 points. Summer Dressier scored 11 points and went eight for eight from the free-throw line. "I think we turned the corner defensively the past two games," commented women's coach Haley White. "This is going to help us get wins the rest of the year." The Eagles host Butte today, Wednesday, Jan. 22. ' The women's game starts at 5:30 p.m. and the men start at 7:30 p.m. ORL, from page 3C The next community event ORL has planned is a local rafting slideshow and film presentation at Pangaea Caf6 and Pub set for April 5. Between April 22 and 25, ORL will take sixth-grade students for rafting trips for the 13th consecutive year. On April 26, ORL will open its equipment to the public at the Plumas Paddle Fest. The Plumas Paddle Fest will give the community a chance to try out different paddling equipment free of charge. That same day ORL will hold a gear sale. ORL is currently looking for donations for the sale to help fund the program. Lastly, between May 5 and 9, ORL will previde coffee and snacks for those who participate in National Bike to Work Week. ORL students will be set up in different locations throughout the week. Those interested in signing up for a class or learning more information on ORL's community events can go to frc.edu. 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