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Record, Reporter From Page One Wednesday, May9, 2001 3C Sweep Redwoods page 1C four and two- and picking up Tony Faulkner inning for the Offensive side, every reached base. 25 runs batted in !dOubles hit. In addi- ~Eagles hit home runs home run came who went a home run on Pitch of the game. run hitters were (5-7), Chris with a homer and Josh Green (3- Roberson (2-5). RUssell went 2-4 runs and three went 2-5, runs and two RBIs. was 2-3, with and a double, while went 3-5 with two RBIs. play on Saturday, May 5, play- ing a two-game set against College of the Redwoods. I~C 14, Redwoods 1 In front of a large home crowd, pitcher Tony Biale pitched a solid game, going seven innings with no earned runs, two hits, and seven strikeouts. With the win, Biale finishes the regular season with a 8-2 record. Freshman Joey Melarkey closed the game, pitching two innings and striking out two batters. Once again, the Eagles domi- nated the game with great offense. Robert Stahlke had a perfect game going 3-3, with four runs and a triple. Chris Genung went 3-4, adding one run and two RBIs. Josh Green went 3-4 with two runs, three RBIs, a double, and a triple. Chris Roberson went 1-2 with three runs and a RBI. Cory Munoz and Rusty Miller both went 1-1, adding an RBI apiece. litte 5 and a domi- helped the Eagles ~Cond game against Southpaw Troop cruised innings with five runs, and nine With the win, improves to 7-3. closed the game, innings with no Striking out three side, the log streak contin- Eagle had a game. There were 28 in, three doubles, home runs, and slams. were Chris Travis Backlund, apiece, and Who was 3-7 in the slam hitters were (3-5), Genung Jacobsen (3-7). were Dustin went 2-6, with ) RBIs, and a dou- Roberson, who two runs, three triple. Eagles wrapped Conference FRC 12, Redwoods 2 In the second game, pitcher Jonathan Troop pitched seven strong innings with two runs, six hits, and five strikeouts. With the win, Troop finishes the regular season with an 8-3 record. Sophomore Nate Landa closed the game, pitching two innings with no runs and striking out one batter. On the offensive side, Travis Backlund had a perfect game going 3-3 with two runs, two RBIs, a double, and four stolen bases. Bruce Jacobsen went 2-4 with two runs, a home run, and four RBIs. Chris Roberson also hit a home run, going 2-4 on the day. Dustin Garcia went 1-4 with three stolen bases. With these wins, the Eagles advance to the playoffs lbr the second year in a row for a chance at the state title. The Golden Eagles finish the regu- lar season with an overall record of 25-11 and a league record of 19-6. For playoff information, visit the Feather River College web site at . At a ceremony prior to the Redwoods games, ten graduat- ing sophomores were honored with a commemorative aim BER Pitcher Tony Biale jumps off the mound and catches this one-hopper hit by a Redwoods batter. FRC clinched the Golden Valley Conference title. Feather River baseball watch. The graduating sophomores include: outfielder Dustin Gareth, first baseman Chris Genung, third baseman Bruce Jacobsen, second baseman Nate Kerr, pitcher Nate Landa. first baseman Craig Martin, outfielder Chris Roberson, shortstop Julian Russell, sec- ond baseman Robert Stahlke, and outfielder Jordan Twohig. Garcia, Genung, Jacobsen, and Martin are members of Phi Theta Kappa and will be graduating with honors. Other honor roll graduates include Julian Russell and Robert Stahlke. The California Department of Fish and Game (DFG) expects a good turnout for big game tag drawing applications this year. Hunters looking for pronghorn antelope, Nelson bighorn sheep; elk, additional deer hunts, and "X" zone tags have until 5 p.m., June 4, to have their applications at DFG's License and Revenue Branch (LRB) in Sacramento. Applications should be mailed to LRB at P.O. Box 989035, West Sacramento, CA 95798-9035. People may also deliver applications in person to LRB's office at 3211 S St., Sacramento. Blank applica- tions for antelope, elk and bighorn sheep can be found in DFG's annual "Big Game Hunting" booklet, available at DFG offices and license agents statewide,,or printed off the department's Web site at . Each hunter is limited to one application per species and each application must include a $6.50 process- ing cost for each person listed. Deer tag applications must be purchased in advance at DFG offices or through license agents. "Our receipt of applications fT)r last year's big game draw- ingsincreased slightly over the previous year's numbers," said Karen Madrigal, with the department's LRB. She said that by last year's drawing deadline, LRB had received nearly 78,500 applications for all big game drawings. Of those, more than 44,700 were for premium deer tag draw- ings for "X" zones, "additional hunts" and "area-specific archery hunts"--an increase of almost 12,700 total appli- cants since 1996. This is in contrast to overall deer tag sales, including those issued on a first-come, first- served basis until tag quotas fill, which have actually declined by more than 10,000 applications during the same time period. Madrigal attributed California's increased drawing applications to the statewide mailing of the department's big game booklet. The publica- tion was mailed earlier this month to all hunters who entered the big game drawing over the last two years. It is also available fromlicense agents across the state. Automated drawings will be conducted by June 14, and suc- cessful applicants will be noti- fied by mail. Beginning June 25, the drawing results will be available by phone during reg- ular working hours at most DFG offices, and can also be accessed on the lnternet. 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