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Bulletin, Progressive, Record, Reporter Wednesday, Feb. 10, 2010 1C SPORTS and R.E CREAT I 0 N Feather River men's basketball tied for first FRC's Jaime Washington throws down a dunk at Lassen College Wednesday, Feb. 3. The Golden Eagles defeated Lassen 87-60. Photo by Brian Taylor The Feather River College men's basketball team re- mains tied for first place in the Golden Valley Confer- ence race, with four games remaining. The Golden Eagles defeat- ed Lassen College 87-60 in Su- sanville Feb. 3, and conclud- ed the week with an enter- taining 94-65 win over Butte College at home last Satur- day. Feather River plays at home this evening, Feb. 10, against College of the Siskiy- ous. The women's game starts at 5:30 p.m. and the men will tip offat 7:30 p.m. Against Lassen, the Gold- en Eagles outscored the host Cougars 50-29 in the second half to secure the victory. Adrian Nelson, FRC's 6- foot, 7-inch forward, scored 18 points and hauled down 17 rebounds, while teammate Michael Harvey set two ca- reer highs with 27 points and 21 rebounds. "Michael Harvey has joined an elite group of ath- letes that have recorded 20 or more rebounds," said FRC head coach Randy Rick. Past FRC standouts in that group include Jose Taylor, Larry Brackins, Tevis Jones and Earl Moore. Last Saturday, Feather River hosted Butte College, the only conference team that had defeated the Golden Eagles this year. FRC controlled the game from the tip off by dominat- ing the boards and the tempo of the game. "In our first game against Butte, we played right into their tempo, losing 52-57," said Rick. "Since then, we have picked up the pace, scoring over 90 points a game." Sophomore guard Nathan Ray dominated the first half by pushing the ball and at- tacking the rim to keep con- stant pressure on the Road- runners. Jamie Washington, the 6- foot, 3-inch freshman, made several impact plays and came down with 13 re- bounds, while sharp shooter Leonardo Fontana hit three of four 3-pointers. Michael Harvey led FRC's scoring with 20 points. Thur- ley Love, FRC's 6-foot, 6-inch forward, contributed 15 points by making seven of eight from the field. "Thurley Love played his best game of the year, mak- ing huge plays above the rim," said Rick. "Thurley is one of the greatest athletes I've ever seen, and he's con- stanfly getting better." Guard Aaron ShePard showed his quickness by blowing past Butte defenders in the second half to help FRC solidify the win. The Golden Eagles will make up a home game against College of the Red- woods Tuesday Feb. 16. The women start at 2 p.m. and the men begin at 4 p.m. i Bailey Smith won first place for the Chester Volcanoes at Alpine Meadows last Friday, Feb. 5. Chester's Moises McCulloch blasts through the slalom course at Alpine Meadows. McCulloch Photos by Shannon Morrow took first place in the men's division. In the snowboard competition, Chester's Jesse Gorbet was the fastest racer of the day. Volcanoes continue to win Shannon Morrow Sports Editor sports@plumasnews.com The Chester High School ski and snowboard teams won three first places in slalom competition at Alpine Meadows Friday, Feb. 5. The race was originally scheduled to be giant slalom, but it was changed at the last minute to slalom. Many of the racers brought their GS skis instead of their slalom skis, so they had to use their play skis for the races. In the women's competi- tion, Chester's Bailey Smith won first place overall and teammate Emily LaGroue took second. Bry Ward came in sixth and Ashley Brous- sard finished 12th. The men's race was won by Chester's Moises McCul- loch. Michael Pixler took fourth, Logan Hitt placed 16th and Natty Brockway finished 19th. In the men's snowboard competition, Jesse Gorbet took first place for Chester and James Broussard fin- ished fifth. Claire Settlemire placed 15th in the women's snow- board division. The week before, the Chester racers traveled to Boreal Jan. 29, where they competed in a makeup GS race and a slalom competi- tion in the same day. In the ski GS races, Mc- Culloch won first place over- all in the men's competition, and Smith took first place for Chester in the women's division. Ward and Broussard took sixth and 12th, respectively; for Chester in the women's GS. In the men's GS, Brock- way came in ninth, Pixler placed 14th and Hitt finished 19th. Gorbet took fourth for Chester in the men's snow- board GS, and Broussard came in eighth. Settlemire finished ninth for Chester in the women's snowboard GS. In the ski slalom competi- tion, Smith again won the women's races for Chester. Ward took third and Brous- sard placed llth. McCulloch placed second overall for Chester in the men's ski slalom, followed by teammates Brockway (sixth), Pixler (10th) and Lo. gan Hitt (19th). In the men's snowboard slalom races, Gorbet took second for Chester and Broussard placed third. Settlemire took eighth in the women's snowboard slalom. The Chester ski and snow- board teams will hold a Bis- cuit and Gravy breakfast Sunday, Feb. 14, at the Chester Elks Lodge on Main Street, from 7:30-11 a.m. Breakfast will include scrambled eggs, orange juice and coffee. Tickets are $B each, and all proceeds will go toward this year's state champi- onships at Shasta. For more information, call coach Dan Smith at 258-3967.