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Bulletin, Progressive, Record, Reporter On edge Shannon Morrow Sports Editor sports@plu masnews.com In their final giant slalom race before the state champi- onships, the Quincy and Por- tola ski teams took three of the top five spots in the men's competition at Sugar Bowl Feb. 1. Portola's Chase Shirley earned the, fastest run of the day on his first pass with a time of one minute, 1.31 sec- onds. His combined time of 2:05.31 gave him second place overall, just half a second be- hind the winning racer from Colfax High School. Quincy's Jared Kuipers finished third with a time of 2:09.05, and Quincy's Garrett Hagwood took fourth at 2:10.26. Also in the top half of the field were Quincy's Henry Dillingham (15th), Portola's Tyler Atkins (16th), Quincy's Koby Barker (17th), Quincy's Luis Rubalcava-Cunan (19th) and Quincy's Anthony Brad- dick (21st). In the women's division, Quincy had four racers place. Alexis Decoe finished llth, followed by Trinity Stirling in 23rd, Stefany Barnes in 26th and Ashley Tolen in 37th. Quincy's Garrett Hagwood leans way into a turn on the GS course at Sugar Bowl, Feb. 1. Photo by Karen Barker Wednesday, Feb. 10, 2010 3C FRC opens with a sweep Golden Eagles baseball begins 3-0 The Feather River College Golden Eagles baseball squad kicked off the 2010 season with a 3-0 record at the Taft College baseball tournament Feb. 4-5. The Golden Eagles played a doubleheader Thursday against Taft and swept the doubleheader by scores of 4- 3 and 11-9, with the second game going extra innings. Friday, the Golden Eagles defeated Cabrillo College by a score of 5-4. In Thursday's first game, the Golden Eagles came back from a 3-2 deficit by scoring two runs in the top of the eighth inning to take a 4-3 win over Taft College. The Golden Eagles got a strong pitching perfor- mance from a trio of pitch- ers led by freshman starter, Aaron Corwin. Corwin got the season opener start and provided the Golden Eagles with six and one-third in- nings of three-hit baseball, while striking out four and walking four. Sophomore Joey Webb picked up the victory with one and two-thirds in- nings of two-hit ball, with one strikeout. Freshman closer Chris Mueller picked up his first save by throwing a scoreless ninth inning with one strikeout .... Offensively, the Golden Eagles could only muster six hits, but they made the most of them. Sophomore David Leid drove in the go- ahead run in the top of the eighth inning with an in- field single. In game two, the Golden Eagles broke out the sticks, as they pounded out 11 hits on their way to an 11-9 victo- ry over Taft. FRC was led offensively by freshman catcher Jaret Bogue, as he went 3-5 with four RBIs and a home run. Freshmen AJ Alexander and Bryce Gerhardt each added two hits, and fellow freshman Casey Yocom drove in the winning runs in the top of the 10th with a two-run RBI single. On the mound, freshman Chris MueUer picked up the win as he threw two innings of shutout baseball while striking out four. Friday, the Golden Eagles played Cabrillo College and overcame a 4-1 deficit to win 5-4. Offensively, Feather Riv- er pounded out eight hits, with freshmen brothers AJ and Dayton Alexander lead- ing the way with two hits apiece. On the mound, the Golden Eagles used four different pitchers to secure the victo- ry. Sophomore Tony Robin- son picked up the win in re- lief with two and one-third innings of shutout baseball, and fellow sophomore Joey Webb picked up his first save of the season. Up next for the Golden Ea- gles is a three-game road trip to Sacramento, where they will play Cosumnes River Thursday, American River Friday and Sierra Col- lege Saturday. All three games are slated to be on the radio and streamed over the web. To get updated stats on the Golden Eagles, go to spincostats.com or gvc- stats.com. For updated schedule changes, go to frc.edu. Quincy wrestling hosts league tournament this Friday Quincy High Sschool's wrestling team has pro- duced some great things the past five years, but has not had a chance to showcase that talent to the communi- ty. The team will host the league tournament Friday, Feb. 12, with junior varsity matches starting at 5 p.m. and varsity getting under way at 6 p.m. Coach Kenny Lutz and Craig Fechko are excited to bring wrestling back to Quincy. The team is very young. After coming off a great year last season but losing many of its starters the team will strive to be back on top. The past few seasons have seen Josh Nolan sign a Divi- sion 2 wrestling scholarship to San Francisco State University and Cody Pack sign a Division 1 scholar- ship to South Dakota State University. According to Coach Lutz, the program has seen some great wrestlers winning an opportunity to compete at the next level and receiving college scholarships to do it. Coach Fechko, a Division 2 wrestling All American, said Quincy has the ability to be very good as the very young team progresses into the future. With the kids' programs run by coach Pack reaching about 20 students this fall, great things are coming. The team currently has two wrestlers ranked in the sec- tion in number six Cameron Daiz at 145 pounds and num- ber one Cody Pack at 135. Pack is also ranked number two in the state. The rest of the varsity lineup at league will be Adam Donald at 119 pounds, Mason Kennedy at 125 pounds, Manroop Sandhu at 152 pounds, Canal Setzer at 160 pounds, Evan Ashley at 189 pounds and Jan Cabera at 215 pounds--all first year wrestlers except Pack, Daiz and second year wrestler Ashley. The team will have a spaghetti dinner at 4 p.m. to 6 p.m. in the High School cafeteria. With the purchase of a $6 dinner ticket, admit- tance to the matches are free. Tickets at the door for the matches are $3 for adults and $2 for children under 13. 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