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2C Wednesday, Feb. 21,2001 FRC Sports, Etc. Bo,et,o. Pro i' File photo Shooter Bryan Rabas sends home another trey for Feath- or River. The FRC mens team wiil play at hon ..44hls Friday night in its first playoff game, beginning at 7 p.m. im The mens basketball team of by Shasta College, 101-94. Feather River College finished Against Butte on Valen- its regular season with a 22-10 tine's day, Bryan Rabas hit six overall record-good enough to three-pointers to lead Feather host the fLrst round ofplayoffs River with 27 points. Tevis this Friday night, Feb. 23. Jones and Chris Thompson FRC will have home-court combined for 45 points, and advantage as it plays Canada Lutalo Cooper contributed 10. College, from the Bay Area, in Last Saturday against Shas- their first post-season ta, Rickey Dominquez stepped matchup. The game will begin up and netted 20 points, and at 7p.m. Thompson also scored 20. The Golden Eagles finishedJones led with 23 points, with a 6-4 league record this and was 10-13 from the free- year, losing twice to Lassen throwline. College and twice to Shasta Rabas made 5 three-pointers College. in the first half for 15 points, In its final two league games but could only manage 1 point last week, FRC beat Butte Col- after the break. lege, 100-93, and was defeated )r baseball ranked The Feather River College baseball team was ra ed 15th inCalifornia preseasoh4mlls, and 7th in Northern California. After winning the first round of regional play last year, FRC finished with a 32-12 record, the 10th best in the state. Entering the 2001 season, Feather River will be return- ing seven starting position players from last year. Chris Genung (.350 BA,7 HR's, 50 RBI) and Robert Stahlke (.448 BA, 57 runs, 41 RBI) were named First Team All Confer- ence last year and will return this season. Second Team All Conference Julian Russell (.313 BA, 12 dou- bles) and Honorable Mention Bruce Jacobsen (.316 BA, 12 doubles, 34 RBD will play short stop and third base. Nate Landa will be the only sophomore pitcher on the staff, and will compete with many young arms on the mound for the Golden Eagles. "We are looking forward to this season. We are experi- enced and should look to im- prove on last year's accom- plishments," said coach Jedd Soto. The Golden Eagles play on the road in February, but play at home March 2 in conference games. by FRC's Chris Genung stands ready at first base in one of last year's pinyoff games. Feather River's team shows promise for another winning season this ]fear. @ @ 'l "No More Homeless Pets" Pharmacy (530) 832-42111 Fax L12-1378 157 C~iol St. PortoIo, CA 96122 If you would like to sponsor this page, contact Denise at the Portola Reporter 832-4646. Jack ]One yearol n tere ure re a,mat . an. 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There have been reports of some open water near Cotton- wood, but it's a long hike in to get to it. The roads around the lake may be snowy and/or icy, so a four wheel drive is advised. :-2 St. i? i'~ii:~i)i~i!(~:i~ilI " ~ . . FREE Flights! Take a high-flying adven- ture, and learn about aviation at the same time. Local pilots and members of Susanville's EAA Chapter 794 continue to offer frcc airplane rides for eight to seventeen-year olds. Qualified pilots and aircraft are available on short notice. For reserva- tions or information, call 253.-3987 , ,q '97 FORD RANGER/ 4X4 .o. ,.s...,. C : J cnmlmw I