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6C Wednesday, April 16, 2014 Bulletin, Record, Progressive, Reporter Lassen sweeps FRC ladies Feather River College's Emily Larzabal takes off toward second base April 12 during the Lady Eagles" doubleheader at Lassen. Lassen won both games, 6-5 and 12-4. The two losses dropped FRC's record to 4-14 in conference with two games left in the season. FRC will travel to Shasta on Friday to finish its season. Photo by Maddie Musante James Wilson commented FRC coach Don two games, but still pulled Sports Editor Williams on the 2-1 win over offthe win. Humboldt State. "We've been On the women's team, two working on our fitness all off FRC's roster recently There seems to be no rest spring, and we were simply made the cut to play this for the Feather River College more fit than they were." summer for California soccer program, though both Humboldt struck first Storm, a Sacramento-based teams' regular seasons ended blood, scoring its only point team in the Women's months ago. With the weather in the first 20 minutes of Premier Soccer League. warming up, FRC's teams play. Still in the first half, Marcia Silva and Sherifatu have taken advantage of the Andrew Maynard kicked the Sumaila both committed to conditions to play games in a ball right into Humboldt's play with the Sacramento nontraditional season, goal from about 18 yards out. team for the summer, and On April 5, the FRC men's In the second half, a cross to Ryann Abeyta was asked to team traveled to Consumnes the right side to Brent return for tryouts. All three River College to compete in a Pedlow allowed Pedlow toFRC women played with tournament of sorts with head the ball in for FRC's California Storm on April 6 multiple schools. The Golden second goal. to tie Santa Clara 1-1. Eagles represented Plumas The competition wasn't These girls will play with County with two games and nearly as fierce againstplayers from UC Berkeley, two wins against Humboldt William Jessup. Maynard Stanford, Saint Mary's State University and William and Pedlow once again College and the University of Jessup University. scored both goals for the San Francisco. The increased "We surprisingly handled Eagles. The team only had 45 exposure they will get will be them as well as we did," minutes of rest between the beneficial. New 46" Zero Turn 21hp, Briggs & Stratton Lawn Mower Zero-turn steering system Removeable foot pan Easy-access service points Powerful air stream 2 year homeowner's warranty Model RZ4621 $, O0 Financing Available 23hp, Briggs & Stratton Lawn Mower Intek V-twin Model YTH23V42 O0 Financing Available Hydrostatic Pedal 42" Cutting Width Step-through - Ensures comfortable and easy mounting and dismounting. Ergonomic steering wheel - Comfortable steering wheel, angled for optimal driver's position. 507 Bell Lane, Quincy Open Mon.-Sat. 9am - 6pm ! Plumas Christian School's Brianne Turner, closest, and Katherine McQuade, background, go at it against Paradise last Tuesday during the team's first set of matches this season. This will be the team's last season, as Plumas Christian School prepares to eliminate its junior and senior high programs. Photo by James Wilson Iu hri nnl / James Wilson Sports Editor It was a bittersweet moment for the tennis players on Plumas Christian School's team as they stepped on to the courts at Quincy High School on April 8. This was the start to the team's final season. Plumas Christian School recently announced it would no longer offer a junior and senior high school. With the elimination of the upper classes also comes the elimination of the tennis team. in Due to weather and other would perform this year. circumstances, Plumas Brianne Turner and Cara Christian started its seasona Robinette, both seniors, have little later than the rest of the potential of ranking at the league. The Plumas the top of the league and Christian team took on making it to the Northern Paradise Adventist and came Section's championship. out the winner. According to Little, "Our team played well for returning junior Josh Allred its first outing," said Plumas also has potential to make Christian coach Shannon the top ranks. Josh plays Little. "Overall, we have a doubles with his brother, solid team. We are looking Caleb Allred, and the two forward to a winning season form a dynamic duo. Little as we say our farewell to the also mentioned Katherine league." McQuade and Gracie Yates Little broke down some of as making great strides and the team's top players and rounding out the team in a her thoughts on how they positive way. PHS, QHS comp James Wilson Sports Editor Portola's track season is finally up and running. The team delayed its start to the season earlier this year due to weather conditions and a lack of drivers to take the athletes to the meets. Portola made it to its first meet of the season April 10 at a Mountain Valley League meet at Yuba College, along with Quincy's team. "I was very pleased with all of my athletes," commented Portola coach Rick Bass. "They all performed well for their first meet and learned to adapt to the heat. They also found out what is needed to improve on." Portola's varsity team had a few trip-ups, but still managed to get some good results in. Damian Whitemore performed the best on the boys' varsity team. Whitemore placed second in the triple jump with a distance of 37 feet, 3 inches, and third in the long jump with 17-11. On the girls' team, Hannah Caminiti took fourth place in the discus with a distance of 75-8. Quincy did exceptionally well with multiple first placements on both the boys' and girls' teams. The athletic combination of Dale Morgan, Che Rubalcava-Cunan, Crowe Herbertson-Deemer, Craig Martynn and Shawn Hughes made the boys' team a powerhouse in multiple events. Morgan placed first in both the 100-meter dash and the 200-meter. at meet Rubalcava-Cunan placed fn-st in the 400-meter and the 800-meter. Herbertson-Deemer was'the star of the hurdles, taking first in the ll0-meter and second in the 300-meter. Morgan, Rubalcava-Cunan, Herbertson-Deemer and Martynn were the first to cross the fmish line in the 4x100 relay and the 4x400. Hughes took first in the discus and second in the shot put. Jessica Melms and Rachel Hanna rounded out the girls' team. Melms finished first in both the 1,600-meter and 3,200-meter. Hanna amazingly placed first in four events: the 100-meter hurdles, the 300-meter hurdles, the long jump and the triple jump. Putnam tripled, andRyan Pitching was once again FRC, from page 1C Souza led the Eagles in RBIs the determining factor in the first game against Redwoods. with three. Eagles' second win over Brandon Erickson returned The Eagles were down 6-1 Lassen. Skylar Haynes to the mound after a month going into the bottom of the opened for the Eagles, and of recouping from a forearm seventh in the first gameKody Kuhlman closed it out. strain. Erickson pitched into against Lassen. Slowly but Lassen only got five hits off the seventh inning, striking surely, the Eagles chipped FRC's pitchers. away at Lassen's lead andFRC will travel to Butte on out 10 while allowing four tied the game in the eighth. April 19 for a doubleheader, hits. In the 10th inning, Henrythen host Shasta on April 24 The second game against Redwoods was mainly Rondeau knocked out a to finish off conference play. offensive, with both teams single that brought ScottRegional playoffs will take racking up the runs. Eli Dwyer home from third to place May 2 - 3 at Feather win the game. River College. The Big Easter Crossword m Sponsored by Calvary Chapel 283-4463 m u w r2 I I ,3 ACROSS 1. What Jesus washed during dinner. 5. Where Jesus told the thief he would go. 7. 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