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6C Wednesday, Oct. 1, 2014 Bulletin, Record, Progressive, Reporter James Wilson Sports Editor An early rally by Chabot in the first quarter last Saturday night put the Feather River College football team in catch-up mode from the get-go to result in a 54-27 loss for the Golden Eagles The result put both teams at a 2-2 record "We knew going in they were a good team," said FRC coach Bart Andrus. "They played well and we didn't play as well as we are capable." Chabot's defense set the tone for the game, intercepting FRC's ball after just three plays into the game. Chabot utilized its possession, rushing in for a 2-yard touchdown. Chabot stopped FRC's next drive, and made it to the Eagles' 25-yard line before kicking a field goal to add points to its lead. Once again, FRC failed to complete a drive. Chabot's Batis Christian weaved through FRC's defense for a 58-yard touchdown to put Chabot up 16-0. At the end of the first quarter, FRC finally made it into the end zone when quarterback Matt Hommell completed a pass to Andrew Gamble. The second quarter was similar to the first. Chabot scored three touchdowns to FRC's one. The Eagles' touchdown came when Terry Madden received a 19-yard pass from Hommell. Chabot scored two more touchdowns and a field goal in the third quarter. In the fourth quart, er, the Eagles started to look alive once more. Kai Roberts and Nigel Dillard both received.for touchdowns thrown by Hommell. Gamble led the Eagles in receiving with 104 yards and one touchdown. Tonio Burton once again led in rushing with 96 yards Hommell completed 14 passes for 163 yards. Based on overall records, American River is on top of the National-NorCal Conference with a perfect 4-0. FRC, Butte, Sacramento and Sierra all have even 2-2 records. Siskiyous is at the bottom with a 1-2 record. The Eagles play at Shasta this Saturday to fmish up their non-conference games. FRC will host Butte on Oct. 18 at 3 p.m. to kick off conference play. IT JUST ISN'T NATURAL! Show you care by recycling to help reduce fitter! Over 51 billion pieces of litter land on U.S. roadways each year. that's 6,729 items per mile. Litter has environmental consequences - debris may be carried by storm drains into local waterways. Litter on the ground attracts more litter. Advertising funded by a grant ~: = ~L~= managed by Piumas County Department of_Public Wo~s.~ ........ Portola's Antonio Bautista and Quincy's Dale Morgan go toe to toe for the ball during the Quincy homecoming game Sept. 27. The Trojans pulled off a 7-2 win against their opponent. Photos by James Wilson mln Quincy's Lydia Morgan takes the shot against North Tahoe last Saturday. in its first victory since August. riB James Wilson worked together and played Davis brought to the game Sports Editor their best game yet," Quincy's girls will next commented Quincy coach play at Portola this Friday at Sarah Goard. "I am noon. The boys will play at It was a good day for incredibly proud of them." Paradise Adventist on Quincy's soccer program Quincy and Portola's boysThursday and follow the Sept 27. The Trojans held were up next, with the girls' game in Portola on their annual homecoming Trojans shutting Portola out Friday. games with the girls' team in the first half to get the ball In other Plumas County taking on North Tahoe for a rolling, soccer news, Chester's girls 2-0 win and the boys taking Quincy coach Colin remained undefeated in down Portola 7-2. Dillingham named Brady non-tournament play after a The girls' team started the Rick the team's player of the narrow victory over Portola homecoming events, winning game. Rick spent the first for a 2-1 win Sept. 25. The win its first game since the half as goalkeeper, not elevated Chester's record up August Fest Tournament a allowing a single ball past to 5-0 overall and 3-0 in month earlier. Rachel Hanna him. In the second half, Rick league. and Lydia Morgan were the got out on the field to score Paige Reed was the two scorers for Quincy's two goals and make one Volcanoes' top scorer with girls, assist. DiUingham also both goals. Alyssa Ayers "The whole team really mentioned the energy D.J.came with the assist for one during the girls' game Quincy ultimately won 2-0 of the goals. Alison Mahaffey excelled as goalkeeper for the Volcanoes with four saves. Chester and Portola will battle once again at 5 p.m. in Portola later today. The Volcanoes will host North Tahoe this Saturday at noon. FRC volleyball team ends preseason James Wilson Sports Editor We provide a Carfax Vehicle History Report on B The Feather River College volleyball team ended its preseason Sept. 25 at Diablo Valley with a three-game win. The Golden Eagles easily handled the hosting team 25-16, 25-16 and 25-29 to elevate their record to a nearly perfect 11-1. In the most recent poll taken by the California Community College Women's Volleyball Coaches Association, FRC was ranked fourth in the state and second in the northern state. The Eagles retained the first spot in the Golden Valley Conference standings, right above Butte Butte has had an excellent preseason as well, ending it with a 12-2 record for second place in the conference. FRC will have the chance to see what Butte really brings to the table soon enough, as the two teams will start their conference play against each other in Chico on Oct. 10. FRC will play its first home game of the season against Siskiyous on Oct. 15 at 6 p.m. Until conference play, FRC's players will be allowed some much-needed rest. We can assist with all your building needs - from plans to the finished product CONSTRUCTION (530) 283-2035 P.O. BOX 1369 QUINCY, CA 95971 LIC. #453927