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r Bulletin, Record, Progressive, Reporter Wednesday, Feb. 12, 2014 3C Redwoods edges out Golden Eagles Feather River College's Aaron Brown watches as the ball floats toward the basket from the three-point line during the Eagles' home game against College of the Redwoods last Saturday. Brown sank four three-pointers that game, and totaled 23 points. Photo by James Wilson James Wilson Sports Editor sports@plumasnews.com The Feather River College men's basketball team had no problem putting points on the board against College of the Redwoods on Feb. 8; however, neither did Redwoods against FRC. In a tight game that was fast paced and highly offensive, Redwoods took the lead in the final minutes to win 108-103. The Eagles can't seem to catch a break this season. The loss dropped FRC's record to 4-18 for the season and 1-7 since conference play started in early January. Of the seven conference games the Eagles lost, four were within five points and two within 10 points. FRC played catch-up for the majority of the game. Redwoods, led by Johnny Shelton, who scored 28 points, came out fighting and took a small lead that it maintained for most of the game. At hafftime FRC was down 51-44, but surged back in the second half to catch up and take its first lead 79-78. Redwoods hustled to tie FRC's score at 88, then regained its lead, which it maintained for the rest of the game. FRC got into some foul trouble in the final minutes that allowed Redwoods free-throw opportunities that clinched its win. Golden Eagles' Emanuel Zimmerman was a standout for FRC, scoring a personal season high total of 28 points. This season, Zimmerman averaged only six points per game. Prior to Saturday, Zimmerman's highest-scoring game was against Consumnes River with 13 points. Zimmerman was consistently in the mix and made his way to the basket throughout the game. Aaron Brown stood out with his long shot. Brown sank four three-pointers and was in harmony with his short shots and free throws to tally 23 points in total. Three other Feather River players hit the double digits in the high-scoring game. Cal Rutherford scored 18 points, 12 off of three-pointers. Maurice Johnson scored 14 points and Eddie Little contributed 11. FRC's head basketball coach, Randy Rick, was absent from the game due to an ear infection. Assistant coach Joe Pacheco directed the Golden Eagles in Rick's absence. FRC has only two games left in its season. The Eagles will host Lassen College on Saturday at 7:30 p.m. and travel to Butte for their last game Feb. 20. Turk:00:y hurllng clinic dea,:lline akl: proaches The California Department of Fish and Wildlife's Advanced Hunter Education Program is offering a turkey hunting clinic March 1 at Gray Lodge Wildlife Area near Gridley. Prospective hunters must register by 5 p.m. Friday, Feb. 14. Experienced instructors will instruct this clinic on how to successfully hunt wild turkey. Topics to be covered are concepts of decoy placement, blind design, ballistics, calling, equipment, game care and cleaning, cooking tips and safety. The clinic is 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday, March 1, and costs $45. Space is limited and registration is required so hunters are encouraged to apply early. Youths 16 years and younger are free but must be accompanied by a parent or guardian. CDFW's Advanced Hunter Education Program will provide all necessary class equipment. Registration forms are available online at http://bit.ly/leBFSfp. After registering, participants will receive an email with a map to the facility and a list of items to bring. Gray Lodge Wildlife Area is located approximately 60 miles north of Sacramento. BOYS BASKETBALL, from page lC through the second half for the win. Wyatt Durkin got a double-double with 22 points and 13 rebounds. David Estacio pitched in with three three-pointers and some short shots for a total of 14 points. Estacio also led the team in steals with eight. Jeremiah White helped out substantially with 11 points. Chester racked up even more points on the road against Mercy, scoring big in the first quarter: Chester got 22 points on the board in the first eight minutes, but Mercy kept up with 18 poifs. In thond quarter, Cleter inched its way closer to the win with 13 points to lead 35-27 at the half. The Volcanoes really shot Mercy down in the third quarter, outscoring the home team 18-8. Mercy couldn't recover. Chester travels to Redding this Friday to play University Prep. Chester has beat University Prep twice already this season. Quincy The Trojans seemingly met their equals last Friday against Maxwell in Quincy. The two teams swapped the lead through the game, but the Trojans eventually won the game 62-58 from the free-throw line with seconds remaining. Maxwell took a short lead through the first quarter, but Quincy caught up to take a 28-27 lead. The Trojans had a good run in the second quarter to go into the half ahead 37-28. Maxwell inched its way back into the game toward the end of the third quarter, and the two teams were neck and neck through the rest of the game. With one minute left; Ty Morrison sank his third three-pointer of the game to put Quincy up 57-56. The two teams kept stopping the clock with fouls, and Quincy simply out-shot Maxwell from the free-throw line to win the game. Erik Schwartz led the team in free throws with seven andin points with 17. Schwartz also grabbed 15 rebounds. Brady Rick was the next top-scoring Trojan with 15 points. Morrison contributed 13 points and Anthony Sullivan added 10 to Quincy's score. The Trojans will host again this Friday, going up against Biggs at 7:30 p.m. Greenville The Indians went two-for-two last week: a 62-45 win over Elk Creek on Feb. 5 and a 69-52 win against Westwood two days later. The two wins came at the right time for Greenville; which lost two games in a row the week before. The wins put Greenville back in the playoff run with a 12-11 overall record and 5-2 league record. Justus Eaglesmith had his best game of the season against Elk Creek, posting a triple-double with 21 points, 19 rebounds and 10 blocked shots. This is freshmari Eaglesmith's first season on Greenville's varsity team. Cooper Kingdon was the other top scorer of the game with 19 points against Elk Creek. Christian Beres was on spot defensively, collecting eight rebounds. The score went back and forth in Greenville's home game against Westwood. In the final quarter, the Indians pulled ahead to take the win. Kingdon led in scoring with 28 points and Eaglesmith added 20. Greenville coach Russ Crouch named freshman Corte Smith the team's player of the game due to Smith's contributions toward the end. Smith changed the course of the game with two consecutive two-pointers from the floor, followed by a strong rebound and a 17-foot jump shot. Westwood was shaken and the Indians were able to make a run for the win. Greenville played its final league game Feb. 11 at Herlong. Details of the game will be in next week's Sports and ecreation section. SUSANVILLE Lassen College Room HU-201 Friday, March 7 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. Max 120 Students ALTURAS Brass Rail Friday, March 14 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. Max 100 Students ADIN Adin Community Hall Friday, March 21 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. Max. 80 Students GREENVILLE Town Hall Friday, April 25 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. Max 80 Students SUSANVILLE Lassen College Room HU-201 Friday, May 9 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. Max 120 Students Portola The Tigers scored one win and suffered one loss on the road last week to bring their record to 7-13 overall and an even 3-3 in league. SEAMLESS N GUI"tmIIS Save decks & siding from water damage Downspouts water diverter Custom installation Adds value & appeal to your house 22 Different Colors . FREE ESTIMA 257 7875 ' c00.c,0000,000 Kir"WR Michael Kirack, Owner/Builder " CONSTRUCTION, INC Portola started its week with a 79-54 loss at Virginia City on Feb. 3. The Tigers redeemed themselves at Williams on Feb. 7, winning 75-55. Against Williams, Portola had a slow start before finishing strong for the win. The win over Williams put Portola in the fourth seat in the Mid-Valley League, right under Quincy. Portola stands 14th in the Northern Section Division V. The Tigers will play at Loyalton on Feb. 13 at 7:30 p.m. and host Maxwell the next night at 7 p.m. Quincy's Erik Schwartz aims for the basket mid-air last Friday during Quincy's home game against Maxwell. Schwartz was the Trojans' top scorer, contributing 17 points to Quincy's 62-58 win. Photo by James Wilson Lassen Community College Fire Line Safety Awareness for Hired Contractors Lassen Community College will be presenting an eight hour annual fire safety training class for fire contractors who work directly on the fire line (dozers, water tender operators, timber fallers, pickup drivers). In order to work on the fire line, you MUST attend this class. For more information and to RSVP, contact the Lassen College Fire Science Department at 251-8829. You Must RSVP as space is limited! 2014 Cost of Attendance California Residents: $50 Out of State Residents: $73