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2C Wednesday, Sept. 17, 2014 Bulletin, Record, Progressive, Reporter ( Quincy's Samantha Keely serves the ball against Greenville on Sept. 10. The Trojans also traveled to Los Molinos last weekend, where they made it to the semifinals inthe tournament. Pl~oto by James Wilson Quincy volleyball team victorious James Wilson River all in two-game sets. Sports Editor On Saturday, the Trojans fell sports@plumasnews.com to Los Molinos in game three. Quincy redeemed itself by . Quincy's volleyball team beating Chester 2-0 and took on the Greenville Colusa 2-0. Indians last Tuesday night for Fall River proved to be too a three-game win. Later in much for the Trojans, the week, the Trojans. however. According to traveled to Los Molinos for its Quincy coach Chad Hyink, annual tournament. The by that match, the girls Trojans held their own before looked a little tired. Jasmin being ousted by Fall River in Sherman and Kaylin the semifinals. Henderson were both The win against Greenville selected all-tourney. elevated Quincy's record to "The team as a whole 5-3, and dropped the Indians' really stepped UP at times as record down to 0-5. The first we were missing a few game the two played was the players," said Hyink. "I'm closest, with Quincy scraping happy with our effort; we just out a 25-22 win. The Trojans need to keep working hard dominated the next two sets, and playing together." winning 25-17 and 25-15 to Quincy will travel to make it a quick match. Susanville on Thursday to Along with Quincy, Chester take on Lassen. Greenville's and Portola competed at the next reported game is Sept. 25 Los Molinos tournament, but against Paradise Adventist the Trojans made it the Academy. Chester will travel furthest, to Big Valley on Thursday, On Friday, Quincy beat while Portola will travel to Princeton, Portola and Fall Virginia City. For the first time in the history of the Feather River College women's soccer program, the Golden Eagles have been ranked in the national top 20 by the National Soccer Coaches Association of America. In the Sept. 9 po11, the NSCAA ranked the Lady Eagles at 17th in the nation. As recently as.last season the men have been ranked as high as eighth in the United States by the NSCAA, but the women have never been able to break into the national top 20 until now. The success of this year's team is due to its winning attitude, say coaches. On Sept. 9, the team played Yuba and tied 2-2. On Sept. 12, FRC went up against Chabot, winning 2-1. FRC finally lost the next day to Bakersfield at Las Positas College 3-2. The week of games put FRC's record at 5-2-1, standing first in the Golden Valley Conference. In a game'that showed tired legs for FRC, the Eagles out-shot Yuba College 20-2 but ended with a draw. It took all the way to the 90th minute for Megan Stow to hit a fantastic shot from 30 yards Feather River College's Hillary Wall drives the ball down the field during the Golden Eagles' game against Yuba on Sept. 9. The Eagles have been on fire this year, ranking in the top 20 nationally by the National Soccer Coaches Association of America. Photo by James Wilson out over the head of Yuba's recovering from an injury, FRC's men were back to back keeper to tie the match, scored both of the goals for about 30 minutes into the Earlier in the match, the Eagles. Hannah Fenn and game. Gavin Gillies got one Hannah Fenn hit home a Josefin Leberger got the past Chabot's goalkeeper off penalty kick after she shot assists, an assist by Petter Knoph the ball, only to have a Yuba The FRC men's team has right before Andrew player stop the shot with her been fighting through theMaynard scored off an assist arm in the penalty box. season, with equal successes by Jamie Reid. Against Chabot, the and losses. The Eagles' men FRC's men will host Golden Eagles scored both of moved their record to a 2-2-2 Folsom this Friday at 4 p.m. their goals in the first half. Sept. 13 after tying withThe women's team will hit Sherifatu Sumaila, in her Chabot 2-2. the road, playing Santa Rosa first game back after The two goals scored by on Saturday. Fishing improves as water cool Michael Condon Staff Writer mcondon@plumasnews.com "Most of the world is covered by water. A fisherman's job is simple: Pick out the best parts." Prime Rib Dinner Door Prize Remington .308 w/Scope Call for more info Event proceeds benefit elk, other wildlife and their habitat The days are getting Hamilton Branch and other shorter and the nights tributaries seeking cool noticeably cooler. It is water. always bittersweet to see Fly fishers drifting small summer slip away. But I dark midges under an must admit that fall is my indicator seem to be doing favorite time of yearin part best. Bait anglers using eggs because the fishing picks up and mini crawlers are also as the water cools, catching some very nice The streams are still low fish. and the lakes levels tend to Unfortunately the drop fastest between Labor abundance of fish at Day and the first good rains. Hamilton Branch can make But as the water cools, the for an unpleasant --Charles Waterm n fish get more active: AS