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2C Wednesday, Feb. 12, 2014 Bulletin, Record, Progressive, Reporter Feather River College's Ashley Hibbard struggles her way through College of the Redwoods' defense to put two more points on the board for the Eagles last Saturday. The Eagles gave up too many turnovers, allowing Redwoods to win 87-51. Photo by James Wilson lady Eagles stay in slump James Wilson Sports Editor sports@plumasnews.cam Last Saturday solidified it for the Feather River College women's basketball team. This is not its season. The Lady Eagles lost their fifth game in a row to visiting College of the Redwoods to drop their record to 5-17 overall and 1-7 in conference play. Redwoods overpowered FRC to win 87-51. "Our turnovers are what killed us," commented FRC coach Haley White. "We gave (Redwoods) way too many chances. That was their game plan all along." The Eagles couldn't seem to keep the ball, and when they did, they didn't utilize their opportunities. FRC didn't take shots when it had the chances, and was sloppy in its passing game. By halftime, Redwoods had a 35-P,2 lead. Redwoods piled on 52 more points in the second half compared to FRC's 29 points. Amy Yeager, who averaged nearly 14 points per game this season, didn't sink a single shot. The last time the two teams faced each other, Yeager scored 17 points. The highlight of the Eagles' offense was Brittany McFalls, who scored eight points and had 14 rebounds. White credited Natasha Reel and Kaitlin Boyd for their rebounding skills as well, stating they gave the offense something to work with. FRC has two games remaining in its season. The Eagles will play their last home game this Saturday against Lassen College at 5:30 p.m. FRC will travel to Butte College on Jan. 20 to finish up its season. Raise your standard of safely  and comfort. • Secure-seal door guaranteed not to leak • Exclusive Quick Drain ' • RevitaJet TM Hydrotherapy System • Industry-leading Lifetime Warranty • Complete installation included • Made in the USA  LIBERATION made USA GIRLS BASKETBALL, from page 1C out Virginia City that quarter. The Tigers got on a roll in the second quarter to lead 23-6 at halftime. Portola outscored Virginia City 19-10 in the second hlf to secure its win. Alli Ramelli was the team's high scorer with 12 points. Abby Folchi contributed 10 points and led the defense with 10 rebounds and six steals. Sandra Kibble was right in the mix, scoring nine points and nabbing nine rebounds. The Tigers' game against Williams was a little harder fought, yet still an easy win. Portola was up 28-11 by halftime. Williams outscored the Tigers 20-19 in the second half, but the Tigers had enough cushion to not worry. Ramelli and Rachel Wehrman dominated the court against Williams. Combined, the two stars of the game scored 34 of Portola's 46 points. Ramelli scored 22 points and led the team in rebounds with nine. Wehrman scored 12 points off four two-pointers, one three-pointer and a free throw. The Tigers will hit the road to take on Loyalton on Thursday and host Maxwell at 6 p.m. Friday. The rest of the Plumas County girls' basketball teams didn't fare as well last week. Greenville iand Chester took on two teams and Quincy one. Greenville was the only other team to report a win. Greenville The Indians had an up-and-down week last week, starting out with a 59-42 win i We don't have all the answers but we can help you find your own. Call the Plumas/Sierra Crisis Line at 1-877-332-2754 or 283-4333 for information. Crisis Line  Resource 283-4333 ,. Center 1-877-332-2754 or 283-5515 A program of Plumas Crisis Inlervention & Resource Center J "Up a child's voice. A child's life: Help an abused or neglected child @ Pimas ChSA, (530} 283-2227 " CAS A • Court Appointed Special AdvomeS FOR CHILDREN PLUMAS CASA Quincy's Bethany Rouse shoots for three during Quincy's game against Maxwell on Feb. 7. Rouse sank three long shots in a row during the Trojans' comeback attempt. Photo by James Wilson against Elk Creek on Feb. 5, and ending with a brutal 66-22 loss to Westwood two days later. The win and loss brought Greenville's overall record to 3-13 and its league record to 0-7. Highlights of the week came from top-scoring playersBrooke House and McKenna Cook. House scored an impressive 24 points against Elk Creek, while Cook had eight points against Westwood. The Indians traveled to Herlong on Feb. 11. Details will be in next week's Sports and Recreation section. Quincy The Trojans had an easy week last week with only one game. Quincy hosted Maxwell last Friday, struggling through the game to end with a 61-50 loss. The loss brought Quincy's overall record down to 2-14 and its league record to 1-5. Maxwell got off to an early lead, which it maintained through the first half. At halftime, Quincy was down 34-20. Maxwell widened the lead in the third quarter, but Quincy got on a roll toward the start of the fourth to narrow it to 5l-45. Maxwell played the clock for its eventual win. Brooke Potter and Bethany Rouse racked up 15 points apiece for Quincy, utilizing MUSTANG, from page 1C in training Gunner. Robson has until June 22 to train Gunner to her specifications. At that time, Gunner will be presented to a panel of judges at the Extreme Rescue Makeover Competition in Chico. Last year's competition took place' in Taylorsville. Greenville's Tara Gallison placed third last year and Amy Stashek, also of Greenville, was a their long shots. Potter sank four three-pointers and Rouse made three in the fourth quarter. "If we would have played with the same intensity we had in the last few minutes, we might have won," commented Quincy coach Harlon Savier. "Maxwell used the clock to their advantage. ''• The Trojans host Biggs this Friday at 6 p.m. Chester Last week was a rough one for the Volcanoes, who lost a close 42-41 home game to Los Molinos on Feb. 4 and was blown out 54-24 at Mercy on Feb. 7. The two losses dropped Chester's record to 3-16 overall and 1-7 in league. Chester had a chance against Los Molinos, but couldn't quite make the shots. Los Molinos was ahead 27-16 at the half before the Volcanoes came back to nearly tie their opponent. Rebecca Branch was the team's top scorer with 16 points. Mercy had control of the ball the entire game against Chester, leading 35-9 at halftime. In the Northern Section Division VI standings, Mercy is in the third spot while Chester sits 18th. The Volcanoes will travel to Redding to play University Prep this Friday. If you have a photo or photos you would like us to consider using in the 2014 Plumas County Visitors Guide that exemplifies everything that makes this county such a great place to visit, we would encourage you to submit them via email to PVGphotos@plumasnews.com. Be sure to include de- tails about where the photo(s) was taken, your phone number and permission for us to use it in our publication. The only renumeration we can offer for the use of your picture(s) is a photo credit. Deadline for submission is Feb. 13, 2014. We encourage scenic photos with people doing visitor-type activities, but scenics are also welcome. Pick up a copy of the 2013 Visitors Guide at a local ; to get an idea of the kinds of we've used in the or visit our website, www.plumasnews.com and click on the Plumas County Visitors Guide link. runner up. Gunner will be judged on his comfort level around humans and his ability to follow commands. The grand prize for the winner of the competition is $5,000. After the competition, trainers can either keep or sell their horses. When asked whether she planned to keep Gunner or not, Robson replied, "Well, I think I'm starting to fall in love with this horse. I'll probably keep him." At the time of writing, Robson was still looking for four more sponsors. Each contestant needs 10, who contribute $15 a month to help with feed and stable costs. West Ranch and Pet Country Feed-N-Tack have been Robson's biggest supporters. Those interested in sponsoring Robson can contact her at 616-0184. We're the experts REPLACING or REPAIRING: • DOORS • TRM • WINDOWS • PLUMBING • ROOFING * ELECTRICAL Insurance repairs are one of our specialties! 00ATTYI SINCE 194 m General Building Contractor Calif. Lic. #453927 (530) 283-2035