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Reporter ,",'ednesday. May 30. 2001 1C I ble, while Genung went 2-5, adding a run. d year in a College Sac CRy 11, 5 to the The second game of the play- Playoffs. Theoffs started with an over-the- g me winning fence catch by center fielder i No. 2 ranked Dustin Garcia, robbing Sac ,ity College City from hitting a home run Were on a 23-on the first pitch. However, the Eagles' luck stopped there. for a Sac City's Jake Tompkins four. Sac season on the With the finished, in Northern are among the in the state. finished at of the series between Biale and Erik Lohse. 11 batters in a chance to COach Jedd down to City came the bottom issed a few said estion their Played hard. plenty of SAC has a went against Eagles southpaw Jonathan Troop. "Tompkins is one of the best pitchers in the state. Any pitcher that can limit our club to one hit through six innings is doing a great job," said Soto. "Troop also gave us a chance to win, we just couldn't hit Tompkins. He was good that day." Troop pitched five plus innings with six runs, eight hits, striking out one batter. Joey Melarkey came in as middle relief, throwing one- and-two-thirds innings with two hits and two strikeouts. Second team all-conference pitcher Nate Landa closed the game, going two and two thirds innings with five hits and six strikeouts. Stahlke, Genung, and first team all-conference left fielder Josh Green were the leading hitters in the second game. Stahlke went 1-4 with a triple. Genung and Green both went 2-4, hitting two doubles apiece. Tony Biale, Robert Stahlke, Chris Genung and Chris m the game Roberson are all major league th m ! ernYt draft possibilities. All- American contenders are !i i basenlan Chr Tony Biale, Robert Stahlke 8Oth r,_ is and Chris Genung. Stahlke is ......._ "-'eaung andreceiving offers from ! big for us in Washington State, Nevada- D;;i said Soto. 2-4 With two Reno, Miami and the University of San Francisco, run, and a dou- while Genung is receiving L Coach Jed Soto gives his tomn a poet-game talk following an earlier Golden Eagles finished their season with an overall record of 28-13. offers from Chico State, the University of San Francisco, and Long Beach State. Dustin Garcia, Bruce Jacobsen, Julian Russell, Craig Martin, Nate Kerr, Jordan Twohig and Nate Lands are also getting offers from di;cision one, two, and three schools. "We will miss our sopho- mores and are working hard to bring a solid recruiting class for 2002," Soto said. For more information on Feather River baseball, visit their Web site at < v~, .ca.tls >. Robert Stahlke get oongretulated by their teammates alter :ming After Just four seasons of play, the Eagles won the @eklkm title. p yoff win agninst CoJJogo of the Sequnies, a Oollogo of the Socluoino in round of the piayofl dog pilo on the Sequoias nend, topped W cads UioUer. Freshman starting pit,her Tony Blale works it from the mound. Prior to faolnl[ S ramNto City Cohll , was 10-2 with 2.1M; ,~cer phTt~ ".~aah" you ~,dve =t the te~ of bok number % = m=lpdtkxmc 3, ,/ard hole which w= m:l"Hop " - the deason U to plaFtn8 hole .ho A ~bo - a bole4~m ~, ceru~ to become ~c ~'s pcid. You'~ - ac:t - oa to hok "OurUy: 1-877-372-4661 A short drive from P.erm-Tahoe,