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i, 6C Wednesday, July 1, 2015 fi eo team 10th Greg Knight Sports Editor sports@plumasnews.com After attending the National College Finals Rodeo in Casper, Wyoming, last week, the Feather River College womens' rodeo team now finds itself ranked in the top-10 of all programs in the nation. The program, led by head rodeo coach Jesse Segura, managed a 193.3-point finish for 10th place among the 35 colleges and universities attending. The finish for FRC was just two points shy of the ninth-place finisher, Missouri Valley College -- though it was a commanding 23 points better than the llth place finisher, Southeastern Oklahoma State University. The best placement for any individual FRC contender came in the second round of the goat tying event as Barley Bidwell took second place with a 6.3-point finish. Courtney Wood finished in a three-way tie for 18th in the event with a score of 7.1 and Feather River College rodeo star Courtney Wood was among the top finishers in women's competition at the National College Finals Rodeo in Casper, Wyoming. File photo Sydney Layne Howard Although FRC was the at top earned 7.3 points for 21st of its game in 2015, garnering place. Wood also finished 9,222 points in the West Coast fifth in the championship Region of the National short go-round with a 7-point Intercollegiate Rodeo tally. Association, the young In the breakaway roping Golden Eagle co _wboys could championship round Chelsey only secure a 50th-place Bushnell placed fourth with finish national fmals with 4.2 points. 17.5 total team points. Both Cash Robinson and Mens' team results Quincy Crum made The competition among the appearances in the mens' teams was much stiffer championship round of as 53 teams from around the saddle bronc riding, tying nation competed for top spot. for fourth place. '14 FORD FUSION SE '14 FORD EXPEDITION EL 4X4 '14 CHEVY TRAVERSE LT 4X4 Bulletin, Record, Progressive, Reporter m m m Greg Knight Sports Editor sports@plu masnews.corn The Quincy boys' 9 through 10-year-old Little League All-Stars team outdid themselves last week in Burney, taking the second place pennant with a 4-2 record that included wins over Chester, Feather River and Modoc. Going into its first game against Chester, the young and scrappy Quincy team worked hard for the win and looked forward to having this year's tournament count as one to learn and build on. "Little did we know it would turn into a near storybook tournament with a tough first game against Chester," said head coach Dustin Vert. Quincy jumped out fast in the game -- and never looked back While taking a 20-5 win. Next up Quincy faced off against Susanville. It was a hard-fought battle through three innings with Quincy behind 7-6. In the fourth Susanville turned on the bats '14 FORD F-250 EXT-CAB 4X4 Quincy's Ryan James hits a double against Modoc last week in Burney during the 9 through 10-year-old Little League All-Stars tournament. Photo submitted and pulled to a 19-9 win after the fifth. Moving into the elimination bracket, Quincy faced Feather River Little League. Quincy again proved how tough it was with great pitching from Cameron Schmid -- as he lead his team '14 CHEVY CRUZE LT ECOBOOST to a 17-5 win and every Quincy player made at least one hit in the game. In a rematch game, Quincy battled Chester once again on Tuesday night, with the winner set to play Modoc the following night. Chester jumped out to a commanding 7-2 lead after the second inning, but Quincy bounced back to a 16-11 tally going into the bottom of the fifth. Chester mounted a come back, though Quincy stayed ahead 16-14 with two on and two outs. That's when the Quincy coaches put Quinton Vert on the mound. He had a three-pitch strike out to end the inning and came back out in the bottom of the sixth with an eight-pitch inning to carry his team to a game against Modoc the next day. Once again, a day later, Quincy jumped out fast against Modoc with offense and never looked back in the 12-7 win that was led by Ryan James with a double and two singles. This win gave Quincy a spot in the championship versus Susanville. Five games deep and after a week of baseball to remember, Quincy finally met their match as SusanviUe's bats were cracking from pitch one. Even with a strong defense, hits fell and runs were plentiful as Susanville took. the 16-2 win, bringing an end to a near storybook tournament finish. ' , '. '14 CHEVY CAMARO LT CONVERTIBLE '13 HONDA CIVIC EX '13 FORD TRANSIT CARGO VAN '13 FORD F-350 CREW CAB 4X4 '13 FORD j 11MlCl(S DOU.AR EXPLORER XL 4X4 '13 FORD EDGE LIMITED 4X4 Giants Cooler with your insurance quote... Call me today! I nsu rance - Travel Membership // Jennifer Lewis Insurance Agent Lic #0G94962 252-5012 Fax 257-2394 email: jennifer.lewis2@goAAA.com 2920 D Main St., Susanville CA