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2C Wednesday, Oct. 12, 2011 Bulletin, Progressive, Record, Reporter Feather River's Matias Salto, right, steals the ball from an opponent. Photos by Shannon Morrow Samantha Green, right, provides exceptional defense for the Feather River College women's soccer team. FRC soccer teams eachbeat Shasta The Feather River College men's and women's soccer teams opened conference play on a wet and windy af- ternoon against the Shasta College Knights Tuesday, Oct. 4. After coming off of a stretch of 11 matches in 21 days, the Golden Eagles teams had a welcome 13-day rest to get healthy before Tuesday's match. The men (9-2-2), who are ranked No. 13 in the state, opened the day's action with a 2 p.m. kickoff, and it only took 15 minutes for FRC to score. Freshman Dinesh Prasad surged forward from his left back position and unleashed a shot from 30 yards out that squirted through the wet hands of the Knights keeper and ended up settling into the back of the Shasta net. Twenty minutes later, the Golden Eagles were awarded a free kick from 40 yards out, and freshman right back Jason Apolinar found sophomore Makenzie Lukas streaking into the goal area. Lukas wasted no time slashing home a header goal for a 2-0 FRC lead. In the second half, the Golden Eagles dominated possession of the ball and created numerous scoring opportunities from both flanks, but as the rain in- creased, so did the greasi- ness of the ball, and no more goals were to be had. Sophomore keeper Antony Wakeford recorded four saves on the.day for his 10th clean sheet of the season. Wakeford is now ranked No. 5 amongst keepers in the state, with a goals against average of 0.54. "I don't know if we were nervous during the first half because this was our confer- ence opener, or if the rain and wind was getting into our heads, but we played aw- ful soccer," said second-year coach Don Williams. "In the second half we made some great adjustments and we were back to our attractive passing and attacking socCer that I want to see us play." Next, it was the Lady Eagles' (4-5-3) turn to see if they could pull off a conference opening win against a very strong Lady Knights team, which came in at 6-4-0 and boasted the No. 3 scorer in the state in Allie Maxwell. The FRC women were def- initely up for the challenge, as their trademark posses- sion and passing game paid dividends with a 3-1 win. Freshman Keaton Wheeler latched onto a ball inside the penalty box and drove a shot low and to the near post of the Shasta keeper. The slick ball skipped into the goal for an early 1-0 FRC lead. The Lady Eagles nursed the 1-0 lead though the half, but were not finished scoring. Freshman and former Quincy High player of the year Samantha Green came forward with the ball from her center back position and found fellow freshman Ale- sha Stoffel on the left flank. Stoffel made a move with the ball and cracked a shot over the head of the Lady Knights keeper and into the net at the far post for a 2-0 FRC lead. Shasta still had something to say about how the game would go, however, and beat FRC's very tough goal keep- er, Korey Cline, to make the match close at 2-1. Cline made sure that there were no further goals, recording eight saves on the day. It took only two minutes for the FRC women to re- spond to the Shasta goal, when freshman Grace Pe- droza struck a laser shot that ricocheted off the bot- tom of the crossbar and into the back of the Shasta net to make the final score 3-1. "This was by far our best performance this year," said Williams. "Our women are really playing attractive soc- cer, and we moved the ball very well. Our defensive play still needs work, but Cline came up with some key outstanding saves late in the match to preserve the win." Next up for Feather River is a road trip to Butte Col- lege Oct. 14. 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You can follow his progress at usabik- eride.blogspot.com. Last time I checked, he was in west Texas. The Lassen National For- est said last week that ithas plans to improve its 24-mile trail network in the Cari- bou Wilderness next sum- mer. Improvements include waterbar installation at the trailhead, new destination signs, a kiosk with map and information, and portal signs for each trailhead, in- cluding Spencer Meadows, Heart Lake, Echo Lake and Star. Lake trailheads. Waterbars? It kills me to see public agencies spend- ing money on waterbars. Good trail design negates the need for waterbars. In- stalling waterbars is a stop- gap measure. Build the trail ,/ REO Corner Listings Foreclosure/Bank owned properties Chandler Real Estate ' Custom home on cul-de-sac, over 3400 sq. ft. in Susanville. Chandler Road log home with lots of amenities. $289,000 See Coldwell Banker Pioneer Realty right and you will save on maintenance; if it didn't get built right to start with, re- work it! The Sierra Buttes Trails Stewardship spent last weekend working on the Pa- cific Crest Trail in the Bucks Lake Wilderness. This Sunday, Oct. ! 6 , the group heads to the Lakes Basin outside of Graeagle for work on the Jamison Creek Trail. For all the de- tails, visit sierratrails.org. SBTS has finished its restoration of the Bucks Creek Loop Trail. Funded by the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act, the work included building a "stringer" bridge and con- structing several hundred feet of turnpikes, elevated paths through wet areas. For pictures of the work, visit sierratrails.org. The creek crossing was of- ten a deal-breaker for cross- country skiers; now, with the bridge in place, skiers should have smooth sailing. The Yahi Group of the Sierra Club, out of Chico, plans a bike ride along the Susan River this Sunday, Oct. 16. The group will fol- low the Bizz Johnson Trail from Susanville toward Westwood. Organizers are hoping for some fall color on the route, which will be a maximum of 20 miles round- trip. This ride requires some endurafice as it is mostly uphill, although gradually, on the way out. Please bring a properly prepared bike, spare tube, helmet (required), lunch, water and money for dinner in Chester. Cars or trucks that can carry bikes espe- cially appreciated. Rain can- cels. Contact leader Jeanne at 899-9980 o'rtant ] aaer 0ann at-7"z-Sz58 for alternate meeting place. The following Saturday, Oct. 22, the group plans to do some maintenance on cross-country ski trails at Colby Meadows. The Forest Service will provide tools; you should bring work clothes, boots, gloves and lunch. Call leader Larry at 342-7998 or assistant leader Ken at 693-2134 for alternate meeting place. The group will reprise this outing Saturday, Oct. 29. Same bat time, same bat place. Lassen Land and Trails Trust offers its last two Bizz Johnson Trail shuttles of the season Saturdays, Oct. 15 and 29. You know the gig by now: a truck and trailer shuttles bikes from Susanville to starting points along the trail, while a bus transports hikers and bike riders. The shuttles allow people to arrange one-way and mostly downhill trips on the trail without having to plan their own vehicle shut- tles. Departure is from the Su- sanville Railroad Depot on Richmond Road at 8:30 a.m. Shuttle stops are Devil's Corral (7-mile return ride), Fredonyer Summit (12 miles) and Mason Station (18 miles) en route to the fi- nal stop at the Westwood trailhead (30 miles). Fares vary according to stop. Participants should be at the Susanville Depot a half- hour before departure to al- low time for bicycle loading. To reserve space, visit the Lassen Land and Trails Trust website, llttweb.org, and click on the event regis- tration link. More informa- tion is available by calling 257-3252. Check .. Out Our /t:!!i:' !ii:: : :' !lili: .................. %'", [ PLSWS.C.OM