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4C Wednesday, Sept. 9, 2015 Bulletin, Record, Progressive, Reporter I Both teams have given up zero goals in first two games Greg Knight Sports Editor sports@plumasnews.com The Feather River College soccer program is once again on fire as the men's and women's teams have started the season with 2-0 records -- with the extra special treat that neither team, led by head coach Don Williams and assistant coach Brad Williams, gave up a goal those four games. Mens' soccer FRC 6, Chabot 0 The FRC men took it to the Gladiators last Tuesday as the Golden Eagles traveled to Chabot College in Hayward -- and ended up with a fantastic 6-0 performance. Robel Dent, Dominic Docherty, Jack Fulton, Gavin Gillies, Darryn Hlabangana and Dylan Murray scored goals in the match, while keeper Jacob Price recorded three saves. Both Price and fellow keeper Zak McCarthy combined for the shutout, Womens' soccer FRC 4, Chabot 0 The women's team made out like bandits as well, hanging a rather large donut on the Chabot scoreboard with a 3-0 win over the Lady Glads. The women have come hot out of the gate scoring seven goals while conceding none in their first two matches of the season. On Friday, Aug. 28, the Lady Eagles traveled to Aptos to take on CabriUo College and came away with a 4-0 victory. Then, last Tuesday, Sept. 9, the Lady Eagles traveled to Hayward to take on Chabot College and came away with the 3-0 win. Rebecca Fachner, Danielle Smith and Hannah Fenn scored goals in that game, with keepers Matilda Bylund and Briana Alvarez splitting time in the net for the clean sheet. Next up ... home and away The men's team will host DeAnza College tomorrow starting at 3:30 p.m., while the womens' squad will travel to Modesto Community College for a match Sept. 19. Amid a sea of football chaos, Feather River College last week. Photo by Toni Williams College keeper Jacob Price manages three saves in 80 minutes of play against Chabot nl IBm Greg Knight Conference championship Zavala as her libero -- and Sports Editor program, she performed exceedingly sports@plumasnews.com In terms of overall offense, well with 16 digs and a kill. Morgan Hughes led the Sophomore Mariah Diaz The Feather River College squad with a .400 kill was in on four blocking womens' volleyball team percentage on 11 kills, with assists in the game, while escaped with a win last week 20 total attacks. She was also the duo of Hughes and in the season opener at a key factor on defense with Justine Cota each assisted home by defeating the a solo block and three in three. Southwest Oregon 'assists. Freshman Amanda Lake Community College Lady Sophomore Lia Herlosky also recorded an ace in the Raccoons in a 3-1 battle, was also on fire from the game. 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