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2C Wednesday, Sept. 10, 2014 Bulletin, Record, Progressive, Reporter Golden Eagle Sherifatu Sumaila easily maneuvers the ball past Yuba's goalkeeper during the Eagles' first home game against Yuba last Tuesday. Two weeks into the season, Sumaila has already made quite the impact on the league, leading the state in assists with eight. Photo by Toni Williams GET READY TO PARTY! Delicious Party Platters & Freshly Baked Items from our Bakery for every occasion! Special Order Hotline 284-1777 When you need t brighten a day Sonshine Flow f00ral & need00 Made-to-order arrangements, plants; plush animals, bath and baskets and other gift (530) 258-4543 212 Main St." Chester Vicki Mason, , ! Owner FRC soccer matches up James Wilson Sports Editor Feather River College's soccer program looks to be as strong this year as it was last. The men's and women's teams entered their second week of play last week with two wins apiece. The men's team shut out Yuba 4-0 Sept. 2 and Fresno 1-0 Sept. 5 before tying Modesto 1-1 Sept. 6. The Women played on the same days, also shutting out Yuba with a final score of 6-0. The women's team took down Sierra 4-1 before losing to Modesto 4-2. The two wins and a tie Easy & Delicious? The perfect way to celebrate those special 231 Main St., Quincy We,accept all .=.  Qny , o=  *n Co=, competitor coupons 283'5619 Western at! Celebrate with us... Weddings, family events, business meetings, company paffdes, Family Style Ranch Meals Group Rates Reservations 1-800-33-HOWDY (530)283-0930 2116 Greenhorn Ranch Rd. Quincy "-G Same great coffee. Full assortment of pastries, soups and sandwiches. Made fresh daily! 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Against FreSno, Edward Foy scored the Eagles' only goal off an assist by Brent Pedlow. The women's team, much like the men's, has talent spread out through the roster. The six goals scored against Yuba were from five different players. Ryann Abeyta was the top scorer with two goals. Shannell McDonnell, Hannah Fenn, Mercedes Perez and Sherifatu Sumaila were the other scorers. Sumaila, who recently returned from playing for Ghana in the U20 World Cup in Canada, was on fire that game, tallying four assists. Against Sierra, Sumaila again led in assists with three. Sumaila and Abeyta each scored one goal and Megan Stow scored two. At time of writing, Sumaila leads the state in assists with eight. Both teams will be on the road this week, playing Chabot on Friday. The women's team will then take on Bakersfield the next day. The men will play Cosumnes on Sept. 16. Feather River College's Darryn Hlabangana, from Edinburgh, Scotland, keeps the ball from his Yuba opponent Sept. 2 at FRC. FRC's men shut out Yuba 4-0. Photo by James Wilson Quincy's Caleb Caporale and Portola's Alejandro Juarez battle for the ball during the teams' match-up Sept. 4. Quincy ended up with the win, shutting Portola out 6-0. Photos by James Wilson Portola, James Wilson Sports Editor Quincy go head to head Portola's boys and girls soccer teams traveled to Quincy on Sept. 4 to face their rivals. The boys played first, with Quincy shutting Portola out 6-0. Portola's girls squeaked out a 5-4 win against Quincy's girls. This is the first year Portola has had a boys' soccer team after a three-year hiatus. Quincy, with its continuing program, proved to be too much for Portola to handle. "We're still trying to get the boys settled," said Portola coach Thomas Cormany. "We're looking forward to improving, and I think they will. They're a scrappy bunch." Against Quincy's girls, Portola had to battle to the end. Quincy scored the first goal, and was ahead 2-1 at the half. Portola came back in the second half, though, to take the win. "We had a game plan, but we weren't sticking to it," said Cormany. "We made some adjustments at the half that really paid off." Cormany mentioned Victoria Benuto as being the top player on Portola's team. The coach said Benuto's performance in the second half really raised the team up and pushed it hard. Benuto scored two goals and marked one assist. On Quincy's Side, Lydia Morgan scored three goals and Ava Hagwood scored one. "The girls were doing really well -- we just made some mistakes," said Quincy's assistant coach, Robin Bruzza. "They are much improved from last year, though." Portola's boys will next play Redding Christian on Sep t. 11 in an away game. Quincy's boys will host Paradise Adventist on Sept. 16 at 4 p.m. Portola's girls will host Susanville on Sept. 16 at 6 p.m. Quincy's girls will host .Chester on Sept, 11 at 5 p.m. Quincy's Emily Walmer and Portola's Tabi Martinez hightail it for the ball during the girls' game in Quincy on Sept. 4. Portola narrowly beat the Trojans 5-4.