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:i~i Bulletin, Record, Progressive, Reporter Wednesday, March 25, 2015 lC AND INSIDE SECTION C: FEATURING THE ACTION AROUND PLUMAS COUNTY ill ! m in Greg Knight Sports Editor sports@plumasnews.com Sometimes when Greenville's James Martinez hits a baseball it goes out of the park and then other times it stays inside the park and he'still gets a home run 'for his effort. That was exactly the scenario that opened up last week's cross-county rivalry act between the Indians and Portola Tigers as Martinez, a senior for Greenville and leadoff batter in the lineup, smashed a flyball to the fence to take an in-the-park homer to open up the game. Martinez was also the most effective player for the Indians on offense; in addition to his homer, he recorded three runs. three hits and four RBIs and earned both a double and triple in the game, needing only a single to hit for the cycle a rarity in high school baseball -- to earn a : .750 batting average on the :,::day. :-Portola wasn't about to lie -.down and let Greenville take the win, however. Trailing the Indians 4-0 in the In:st inning, after runs by - Martinez, Landon Carmichael and Darian Potts, the Tigers . put together a three-run drive '" as Kodi Lowdermilk, Evan . Leal and Lohi Peiler came .": across home plate The Tigers :. : kept up the intensity in the third inning with late inning runs coming from Jake Jacobson and Dale Goodman to take a 5-4 lead. The bats were cold for the :" :' Tigers for the next four i!!i i. ups to4- i-i Greg Knight Sports Editor . sports@plumasnews.com The Feather River College Lady Golden Eagles softball squad upped its Golden Valley Conference record to 4-2 last week-- after splitting a doubleheader with Butte College on a 13-7 loss in the early game and a 5-2 win in the late match. With Butte leading the Eagles one run to nothing in the first inning, FRC made a rally in the second by putting up six runs to take a 6-1 lead After both Ciera Harper and Cristal Perez managed to get on base, an RBI single from Kayla Mitchell started the rally off. Sydney Womer and Kaitlyn Folkers also earned RBIs to score a pair of FRC batters -- but the big gun of the inning was Danielle Ortiz with an RBI triple to send Womer, Mattea Belmonte and Mitchell home Butte did not want to be counted out, however, and put up an eight-run third inning to go up 9-6. FRC's Perez answered back in the inning with a homer-- which ended up being the last run for the Eagles as Butte tacked on three more in late innings for the win. FRC 5, Butte 2 In the second game of the doubleheader, FRC battled through seven innings to split the day on a 5-2 win that saw Folkers, a freshman " hailing from Reno's Reed High School, hit a three-RBI triple in the fourth, sealing the deal for the Eagles. The first run of the game came from Ortiz as she was . batted in off an RBI double :.: from Kerrigan Travens. Perez followed with a run in the second courtesy of a " " sacrifice bunt by Mitchell. " Butte penciled in a run apiece in the second and third, but after that, it was all . Eagles. . After Perezstruck out as ., the lead-offbatter in the Like us on *PRICES PLUS TAX LICENSE, SMOG AND OOC. FEES PRICES GOOD UNTIL 3/30/15 See Softball, page 2C Above, Brent Washoe (No. 17) cranks back for the toss to a Portola batter. Washoe earned the win on a 0.00 ERA and struck out four Tigers Right, Greenville senior James Martinez hits an in-the-park home run last week against Portola during the first at-bat of the game. Martinez also finished the game with a triple, double, three hits, three runs and four RBIs. Photos by Greg Knight innings, however just as Greenville blew open a six-run the offense and defense for sixth inning as Bustamante, Greenville heated up. Brian Deal, Martinez, Landon wasn't looking, Logan On defense, it was the other After runs by Carter Carmichael, Potts and Logan Carmichael stood out for the Carmichael, this time Landon, Kingdon and Martinez gave Carmichael each scored inIndians with a pair of stolen at fn'st base that made the the Indians a 6-5 lead in the succession to take a 12-5 lead. bases. Carmichael also earned difference for the Greenville third, and Leal retired all In terms of getting aheadan RBI and scored a run squad. 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