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6C Wednesday, Feb. 8, 2012 Bulletin, Record, Progressive, Reporter wins Shannon Morrow Sports Editor sports@plumasnews.com The Feather River College men's basketball team won its final home game of the season 95-78 against College of the Redwoods Saturday, Feb. 4. The win moved the Golden Eagles to 6:2 in conference with two games remaining. Three other teams in the Golden Valley Conference al- so have two losses apiece -- Shasta College, College of Siskiyous and Butte College. Feather River lost to Butte 76-67 Wednesday, Feb. 1, so the Golden Eagles need some- one else to beat Butte if FRC is to have a chance at winning the conference title outright. The Golden Eagles beat Shasta twice, so if they can win their final two away games against Lassen and Siskiyous, they have a good chance of at least sharing the conference championship. , FRC travels to Lassen Col- lege today, Feb. 8. Lassen de- feated Feather River in Quin- cy Jan. 14, but that has been Lassen's only conference win this season. If the Golden Eagles can take care of Lassen this time, then their final game of the regular season against Siskiyous will likely have big implications for the confer- ence title. In last Saturday's win over Redwoods, FRC freshman An- drew Lotts racked up 25 points in the first half and added two baskets in the sec- ond half to lead the team with 29 points. Nicholas Jones drained 16 points for the Golden Eagles, followed by Budweiser Hawkins III with 13, Devin Crisosto with 12, Luke Medeiros with eight and Car- los Velazquez with six. Prior to the men's game, the FRC women lost to Red- woods 66-62. Andrew Lotts scores two of his 29 points against College of the Redwoods Saturday, Feb. 4, at Feather River College. Photo by Shannon Morrow ho salmon are bein blished The Department of Fish effort between DFG, the and Game (DFG) recently National Oceanic and At- released adult coho salmon mospheric Administration in Salmon Creek, Sonoma and other entities, includ- County, to reestablish a co- ing private landowners. The ho salmon population. Salmon Creek access site is This is the fourth consec- located a few miles north of utive year adult salmon Bodega Bay onthe Chanslor were released. This year, Ranch owned by George 200 adults were released Gross. on two separate occasions "The entire coho recovery in late December 2011 team appreciatesMr. Gross and early January 2012. allowing us to access The released coho consisted the creek on his property of 120 males and 80 females, for the past four years," predominantly hybrids said Kittel. "There are few derived from mating optimal places where adult between coho salmon of coho can be released and Russian River and Olema we appreciate the help Creek origin, with a small we get from Chanslor number of pure Russian Ranch." River coho and Olema In 2008, 2009 and 2010 field Creek coho. biologists collected tissue "We are at a critical mo- samples and confirmed that merit in the survival of the the released coho spawned coho salmon on the Califor- successfully in several trib- nia coast," said Manfred utaries and in all possible Kittel, DFG coho salmon re- mating combinations. covery coordinator. 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