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2C Wednesday, Oct. 6, 2010 Bulletin, Progressive, Record, Reporter P Jasmine Lagrone, Jamie Porter and Cara Befort make up the Feather River College. Photo submitted inaugural cross country team at Shannon Morrow Sports Editor Quincy 26, East Nicolaus 24 On top of all the excite- ment swirling around Quin- cy's homecoming, the Quin- cy and East Nicolaus football teams entered last Friday's contest with a 4-0 record, making for a hard-fought win and memorable night. After trailing 24-20 going into the fourth quarter, the Trojans dug deep to score the game-winning touch- down and shut out East Nicolaus in the final period. Quincy finished with 220 rushing yards and 62 passing yards. Alex Easley led the ground attack with 111 yards on 15 carries and scored one touchdown. Cameron Diaz Deleon gained 51 yards on 11 carries with one touchdown. Cal Blanton and Devonte Smith totaled 36 and 22 yards, respectively. Diaz Deleon completed six of 12 passes for 62 yards and one touchdown. Smith led with three re- ceptions for 30 yards and scored two touchdowns. Biggs 7, Chester 6 After leading the majority of the game 6-0, the Chester Volcanoes suffered a heart- breaking loss to Biggs, which scored in the final quarter. Chester quarterback Chris different attitude around Brown completed l 1-of-17 here now and we just take it passes for 76 yards, with two one game at a time." interceptions and two fum- The Golden Eagles record- bles. ed 166 yards on the ground On the ground, Ryan and 129 yards through the Bereznak gained 50 yards on air. nine carries. Cole Fanning Reggie Powers was FRC's gained40 yards on 10 carries leading rusher, with 102 and scored Chester's lone yards on 16 carries and two touchdown. Aron McCulloch touchdowns. recorded 39 yards on seven Deon Turner ran in FRC's carries, other third-quarter touch- Dylan Schriver led down, and an interception Chester's receiving with return by Archie Kovich three catches for 34 yards, gave the Golden Eagles its Fanning made three catches final score in the fourth for 23 yards, and Colin quarter. Houlihan grabbed two pass- FRC quarterback Tyler es for 28 yards. Pine completed 17 of 29 pass- Chester's defense was led es for 129 yards, with two in- by Joel Schmidt, with 11 terceptions. tackles, two assists and two Ricky Mitchell made seven sacks. Bereznak grabbed one catches for,45 yards for interception, and Jake Feather River. Michael Hey- Simms recovered a fumble, ward and Rashan Lawrence FRC 28, Shasta 15 each caught five passes for In last Saturday's home 50 and 34 yards, respectively. game against Shasta, Feath- Chris Outten led FRC's de- er River College went into fense with eight tackles. halftime with no score, but Feather River plays on the found three touchdowns in road this Saturday against the third quarter and one in Sierra College. the fourth. "This week will give us a "It was ugly, but we will good indication of who we take the W," said FRC coach are, with us going up against J.D. Johnson. "The good a traditionalpowerlike Sier- news is we played maybe as ra," said Johnson. "Plus, this bad as we could have played, is the grind of our schedule, but the kids found a way to with us having three grind out a victory. I think straight games on the road, that last year's team would and all thee teams are excep- have lost this one, but it's a tionally good." II i t' ]i I! i: M ;1 i! After competing in two Jasmine finished in the top minute-mile pace with 6:53 meets, the Feather River Col- 20, with a 5-kilometer time of splits over 3.1 miles, clocking lege women's cross country 21 minutes, 16 seconds, atimeof21:20. team is in the full swing of Jamie Porter finished in "With daily consistent preseason. 24:54 and Cara Befort fin-gains, the whole team is im- Friday, Sept. 23, Feather ished at 25:12. Both Cara and proving on individual mile River competed in the inau-Jamie set personal bests in and overall times, regardless gural meet of the school's the5K, of the difficulty of the history, hosted by AmericanThe second meet of the sea- course," said coach Daniel River College at Beals Point son was at Golden Gate Park, Smith. "The girls have been inFolsom, hosted by San Francisco City performing outstanding. Thirteen schools attended College. With 14 schools in Their times drop everyweek, the race, with 69 female run- attendance from Northern and I am confident by the ners. Jasmine Lagrone, Caraand Southern California, 89 end of the season they will all Befort and Jamie Porter runners competed in the fe- easily run qualifying times were the first competitors in male bracket, to compete in the conference FRC'shistory. Lagrone set a sub 7- championships." The American Valley 9:15a.m. The half are $40 with pre Growers Fifth Annual Hat- Sign up at Body and Soul,registration or $45 the day of vest Run will be held thisPangaea, the local gym or at the race. Saturday at the Plumas-Sier- the event at 9 a.m. You can Half relay teams of five or ra County Fairgrounds. also sign up online at ac- more participants are $20 per In addition to the 5K and or call Jennifer at individual. 10K routes, a new half- 283-5508. Prizes will be given to the marathon is also offered. The cost of the 5K and 10K fastest runners. 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