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4C Wednesday, April.7, 2010 Bulletin, Progressive, Record, Reporter The Feather River College softball team played two conference doublehe.aders against Butte College Satur- day, March 27, and Wednes- day, March 31. The March 27 doublehead- er was at Feather River College, and the Golden Eagles lost both games, 12-7 and 11-7. Four days later, FRC trav- eled to Butte College and evened the series by defeat- ing Butte 6-4 and 5-3. The four-game series proved to be a tale of two pitching staffs. In the first two games at Quincy, the Golden Eagles surrendered 23 runs on 16 hits. The Golden Eagles made many necessary adjust- ments for the second double- header at Butte College and surrendered only seven runs on 11 hits. Dani Ming began the first game at Butte with a lead-off double to get things going early for the Golden Eagles. Feather River struggled defensively in the first in- ning and gave two runs back to the Roadrunners, after scoring one in the top of the inning. The Golden Eagles found themselves trailing 4-1 in the fourth inning. Feather River's offense chipped away at the lead un- til tying the score in the sixth inning on a two-out RBI single by Ming. That proved to be the mo- mentum shift the Eagles needed, as a crucial one-out Butte error in the seventh inning led to two Feather River runs, giving FRC a 6-4 win. Pitcher Annalee Rubio was sensational in game one, keeping the Golden Ea- gles in the game and allow- ing their offense to climb back into it. Rubio earned the win, with six strike outs and no mm Shannon Morrow Sports Editor sports@plumasnews.com The Quincy High School softball team won its league opener at home against Big Valley Tuesday, March 23, improving its overall record to 5-3. Big Valley scored one run in the top of the first and maintained its lead through two and one-half innings, un- til Quincy got on the board with two runs in the bottom of the third inning to takeover the lead. After a scoreless fourth in- ning, the Quincy Trojans added three more runs in the fifth inning. Big Valley closed the deficit to three with a solo run in the top of the sixth in- ning, but the seventh inning went scoreless to give Quin- cy a 5-2 victory. Quincy's Rachel Hatzell pitched the entire game and struck out nine batters to earn the win. HatzeU gave up two hits and two runs, while walking five. On offense, Sierra Keely registered two hits, two runs and two RBIs. Sarah McKen- zie also earned two hits and two runs. Kd Drybread and Camille Hernandez each claimed one hit and one RBI, while Katie Barnes and Jennifer Wolfe each added one hit. Dry- bread and Wolfe both record- ed doubles. Quincy's doubleheader scheduled for last weekend against Incline was snowed out. After spring break, the Trojans are scheduled to travel to Loyalton for anoth- er conference match up Tuesday, April 13. GOLF TOURNAMENTS FRC freshman Shelby Watts 31. Photo by Shannon Morrow delivered two home runs against Butte College Wednesday, March walks. This was Rubio's 10th ed with a complete,game vic- Shelby Watts blasted two win of the season, tory, giving up only threehome runs on the day, and FRC pitcher Erica Wieck runs and five hits. the Eagles' offense stayed was the story in game two. "Erica was fantastic to- consistent allday. After surrendering nine day," said FRC coach Josh Feather River's next two runs in less than two in- Taylor. "She made some keygames are at College of the nings against Butte four adjustments this week, andRedwoods, April9. days earlier, Wieck rebound- iLpaid off." May 12 Horses Unlimited will hold a charity golf tourna- ment Wednesday, May 12, at Graeagle Meadows Golf Course. Horses Unlimited is a charitable organization that provides therapeutic horse- back riding for people with special needs. The event will begin at noon with a barbecue at Bonta Street Bistro, and the golf will begin with a 2 p.m. shotgun start. There will be two divi- sions, each with their own format. Divison I will be a four-person scramble, and Division II will be four per- son with two low net balls. The entry fee is $95 per person. For Graeagle pass holders using a Graeagle cart, the fee is $75. For Graeagle pass holders using "I am very pleased with the response to my ad in our local telephone directory, the Plumas-Lassen Connection. Talk about effective advertising! We serve Plumas, Lassen and Sierra counties, and our customers have told us how great the ad looks! I have found that we quickly made back the money invested in the advertisement. The Plumas-Lassen Connection is the best return for my advertising dollar." - Lance Wehrman We Leslie & Lance Wehrman, Owners can be reached at our toll-free number: 1-877-929-8899 It works for Lance & Leslie Wehrman. 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A $10,000 hole-in-one cash prize is sponsored by High Sierra Insurance, and a $500 putting contest is sponsored by US Bank. To pay by check, send the four golfers' names, ad- dresses, phone numbers, emails and handicaps to: Ro- tary Club of Chester, PO Box 1782, Chester CA 96020. Make the check payable to Rotary Club of Chester. Entry forms and sponsor- ship' forms are also avail- able by calling Donna at 258- 3229 or e-mailing Fred at fredfourby@yahoo.com. To have a charitable golf tournament listed on this cal- endar, email the information to sports@plumasnews.com or fax it to 283-3952. I T THETOW I "~ "~'RESIDENTIAL & COMMERCIAL" / PAINTING EXPERTS Dependable & Reputable Service For 25 Years Many Local References Available Call for FREE Estimates (530) 258-2098 Mike Stiarwalt Insured & Bonded CA Lic. #779299 N ,,q J t i mt j~