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6C Wednesday, Oct. 15, 2014 Bulletin, Record, Progressive, Reporter' women soccer rival Feather River's Sherifatu Sumaila, left, boots in a goal for the Golden Eagles against Lassen Community College midfielder Alexus Aragon on Friday, Oct. 10. The Eagles won the game, 5-0. Photo by Greg Knight I Greg Knight spite of a rousing defensive can't teach speed.., she is Sports Writer set from Lassen, Sherifatu very, verY fast," Williams sports@plumasnews.com Sumaila went in with said. "Beyond that, I have lightning quickness offa pass seen a lot of players that have The Feather River College from Stow to fred the net. speed but are not very good. Lady Golden Eagles soccer Sumaila, a world-class She is good on the ball in team (9-3-1) stunned the player who was a member of tight spaces. Her striking Lassen Community College the Ghanaian U21 World Cup ability is bar none as well. Cougars (2-7-3) on Friday, Oct. and is a sophomore this year She is also a teammate that 10, as the squad from Quincy at FRC, also added an assist will pass to others." blanked the Susanville team in the second half of theNear the end of the first on a 5-0 score, game. She said her team'shalf, Mercedes Perez found Coming hard out of the preparation in advance of the the net at 43:09 after missing gates, the FRC defense game made all the difference an earlier shot on goal for the managed to hold off a pair of in the win. Eagles to take the 3-0 lead. shots on goal in the first "We prepared verY hard She was assisted by Emily period, thanks to an elevated for this game and we always Smith, who also took a shot level of play from keeper try to play at a higher level against Lassen keeper Stacey Cavill. After than Lassen," Sumaila said• Barbara Lazarini in the late mounting such a strenuous "So, to win this game, it's portion of the half. push against the Cougars, it kind of a big deal for us." Heading into the second was then time for the FRC Head coach Don Williams half leading by three goals, offense to step forward and praised Sumaila for her the FRC squad wasn't done claim the win. agility and ability on the yet; after enduring a The first of the five goals pitch and for her punishing defensive reaction for FRC came in the 12th sportsmanship in general,from the Cougars, it took minute as Megan Stow, with "(Sherifa) is just an until the 54th minute for an assist from Shannell amazing player and she isRyann Abeyta, with the McDonnell, went in for the being recruited by North zipper pass from Sumaila, to fast 1-0 lead on toe-tap from Carolina, UCLA, Florida get into the net. The final nail the right of the Lassen keeper• State and Notre Dame and in the coffm of the Cougars Ten minutes later, and in she is fantastic because you came nearly at the end of the game (80:11) as Serena Melendrez pushed past Lazarini for the 5-0 final tally. In summary., Sumaila had four shots in the game for two shots on goal and one score. Stow added an additional three shots with her shot on goal adding another point for FRC. Mia Salvaterra, along with McDonnell, Abeyta and Perez each took two shots' against LCC inthe game. • FRC's defense also put in some top-notch work as Cavill had two saves in the first half and closing keeper Matilda Bylund added two saves of her own in the second. With the win, the Eagles sit perched atop the Golden Valley Conference standings. FRC is set to face vaunted archrivals Lake Tahoe Community College (5-4-3) on Friday in South Lake Tahoe. The next home match for the Eagles is set for Oct. 24 when Lake Tahoe visits Quincy. A judge from the California Horseman's Association assists a competitor in the 2014 Trail Trial Finals at Greenhorn Creek•Guest Ranch earlier this month. Photo by Karen Garry reen anc ina Greg Knight skilled horses and riders at Sports Writer this event on our ranch• sports@plumasnews.com What a great group of folks," ranch owner Trish The Greenhorn Creek t Wilburn said. Guest Ranch had the honor In addition to the trials, of hosting the California the group enjoyed a Horseman's Association ranch-style barbecue on Trail Trial Finals once Saturday night and a took again Oct. 4 and 5. part in a prize drawing This year, competitors before finishing up the came from flifferent regions weekend with an awards across the state of California ceremony Sunday to compete as horse and afternoon. rider over miles of trails and For a complete listing of several obstacle sites• The 67 the results of the competitors qualified by competition, go to taking part in at least three trailtrials.com/20i4_SCE_R different trail trials across ESULTS.pd£. For more the state throughout the information about the year. association visit "It is amazing the see so californiastate many beautiful, highly horsemen.com. NEW VEHIOLtS ARRIVING DAILY! : i~i¸¸¸¸ James Rorie's first car was a 1967 Chevell SS 396, and since then, he's been a "car guy." He's an avid out- doorsman and knows how important it is to find a great ,'catch." James is a long-time Lassen County resident and a 1984 Lassen High School graduate. That's some of the many reasons he loves working at Wheels West:They ,offer great vehicles at honest, fair trices. James is married with two children. On Sundays, he's a pastor at his church. Give James a call when you're ready for a fantastic deal on your next car, truck or SUV. • CAL OUTDOORS, from page 3C Answer: The prohibition is only for electronically powered spinning wing, or spinning wing simulated devices. There are no prohibitions on any other electronic devices that flap wings, allow the decoy to swim, feed or move other than the spinning of a wing or wing simulated device, Paying an old ticket Question: One of my friends received a ticket about five years ago for abalone taken from the Fort Ross area. Afterwards he moved out of state. He recently moved back to California, though, and would now like to pay his ticket but he does not have any information. How should he go about paying it? How can he find out the amount owed and where should he send payment? Thanks for any help. --James Z ' Answer: If your friend left ' the state without paying the fine for the ticket he received, then the court probably issued an arrest warrant for him. Fort Ross is in Sonoma County, so he should contact Sonoma County Superior Court as soon as possible. I he is contacted by law enforcement prior to doing this and it is determined there is an active warrant, your friend will be cited or arrested for not taking care of his ticket. Game wardens lead-free? Question: Does a California Department of Fish and Wildlife officer's pistol that he carries in the field contain lead-free ammunition? I ask because if • I'm in the woods in the lead-free zone under a concealed weapon permit and just camping, ! mfist run lead-free, correct? The law should be consistent for everyone. --Dale G. Answer: No, the lead ban pertains to hunters. It is illegal to use, or possess with a firearm capable of firing, any projectile containing more than 1 percent ..... lead by weight while taking or . i attempting to take big game or ' nongame within the condor range• This includes centerfire as well as black powder/muzzleloader and rimfire projectiles• Because wildlife officers are not hunting while on duty, their firearms may contain lead ammunition in the condor range• Any people who are not taking or ( : ::: attempting to take wildlife, including CCW holders, may use or possess lead ammunition• t