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2C Wednesday, Feb. 24, 2010 Bulletin, Progressive, Record, Reporter iver sweep lege The Feather River College Golden Eagles got back to their winning ways this weekend with a three-game sweep against Yuba College. In Friday's series-opening game the Golden Eagles won 3-2, and swept Saturday's doubleheader by scores of 7-6 and 6-2. With the sweep the Golden Eagles are 6-3 on the season. Friday the Golden Eagles came back from an early two run deficit, scoring two runs in the seventh and one run in the ninth to get the victory. Freshman Aaron Corwin started the game for the Gold- en Eagles and through eight solid innings giving up three hits, walking two, and strik- lead, watched the Forty-Nin- College 11-7. Four FRC play- ing out five to collect his first ers come back and tie theers had two hits each in the collegiate win. game at six all in the seventh, game. Sophomore Johnny In the ninth the Golden Ea- due to the Golden Eagles'Crooks hit his first home run gles used three different sloppy defense, of the season in the third as pitchers to shut down the FRC bounced back and he finished with two hits on Forty-Niners, with freshman scored the winning run in the the day, and freshman Jaret Chris Mueller collecting his eighth to win 7-6. Bogue hit his second home second saveoftheseason. Of- FRC pitching was once run of the season in the fensively the Golden Eagles again dominant as they only second inning. outhit the Forty-Niners 9~t as allowed one earned run in the Freshmen Victor Mendoza, a trio of freshman provided contest. A trio of relievers Kyle Stone and A.J. Alexan- the offensive spark for FRC. once again slammed the door. der each had two hits. In the Kyle Stone led the trio with Sophomore Joey Webb nightcap of the doubleheader, three hits and two RBIs and picked up his second victory the Golden Eagles scored in fellow freshmen Casey of the season in relief and five of the nine innings and Yocom and A.J. Alexander freshman Chris Mueller had 10 stolen bases as they added two hits apiece as well. nailed down the final out for defeated Yuba College 6-2 to In Saturday's first game of his third save of the season, sweep the series. the doubleheader, the Golden Offensively the Golden Offensively the Golden Eagles jumped out to an early Eagles outhit the Yuba Eagles pounded out 14 hits, as six starters had at least two hits. Freshmen Casey Yocom, Kolt Canaday, Bryce Gerhardt, A.J. Alexander and sophomore Thomas McCarthy all had two hits for the Golden Eagles. Freshman Taylor Bates added three hits, two stolen bases, and two runs scored for FRC. The Golden Eagles got an impressive start from fresh- man lefty Rob Cooper; he went five innings allowing 4 hits, 0 earned runs and struck out two. The bullpen once again came in to close the door for the Golden Eagles as sopho- mores Tony Robinson and Dylan Giesler and freshman Chris Mueller pitched the fi- nal four innings allowing one hit and no earned runs. Up next for the Golden Eagles is a road trip to Col- lege of the Redwoods March 3, to begin Golden Valley Conference play. FRC will play a doubleheader with Redwoods, then head to College of the Siskiyous for a doubleheader Satur- day, March 6. There is a possibility the games will be broadcast on the web. 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