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6C Wednesday, Oct. 21, 2015 Bulletin, Record, Progressive, Reporter ! The Butte College Lady Roadrunners came to Quincy last Tuesday, Oct. 13, holding on to f st place in the Golden Valley Athletic Conference -- but they left with a 3-0 loss to the Feather River College Golden Eagles. Sophomore sensation Danielle Smith scored a two-goal brace and had an i assist, while freshman Jazzmyne Garcia scored the ' i opening goal for the Golden Eagles in a game that head i' coach Don Williams said "was all about the midfield battle." The Golden Eagles central midfield mostly consisted of Feather River College sophomore Danielle Smith works through a pair of Butte College defenders Hannah Fenn, Megan Stow on the way to one of her two goals in the game played Oct. 13. Photos by Toni Williams and Mercedes Perez. "On the day, they The squad is now 8-4 defeat Butte, 9-1. lead for good with a goal by dominated the Roadrunnersoverall and 3-0 in the Golden For the Eagles, Ashley Jake Burford-Barnett. midfield, which translated Valley Conference. Walker opened the scoring in The rout was on after that into 16 shots for FRC versus .... the 10th minute by nodding goal with Petter Knoph, only three managed by Butte Men's team effort wins 9-1 in a goal off an assist by Tomas Lopez and Robel Dent Jack Fulton, left, a freshman for Feather River College, goes College," Williams said. The men's match with the Dominic Docherty. making the score 5-1 at the up against Butte College last week. Fulton had a goal in the Feather River keepers Roadrunners started out Butte answered back with haft. g-1 victory over the Roadrunners. Matilda Bylund and Brianaclose in the first 20 minutes a goal in the 19th minute but The second haft started Alverez shared time in the -- the final score would not it would just take 60 seconds where the first left off when, followed by goals from Jack "Never in my career have I FRC goal and combined forbe so close, however, as the before the Golden Eagles in just four minutes of play, Fulton, Gavin Gillies andseen nine goals scored by theshutout on the day, with Golden Eagles poured it on to scored again and took theDocherty scored and that was Conrad Gooley. nine different goal scorers," each recording a save. Williams said. "Usually, when it is a blowout, you have a player or two scoring two to three goals, but in this case it was truly a team effort." Feather River keeper Jacob Price made two saves on the day and was credited with another shutout. Next up, both squads will host Shasta College this Friday, Oct. 23. FRC drops road game to Butte Greg Knight Sports Editor sports@plumasnews.com The Feather River College ........................ Golden football squad took a hard 62-13 loss to Butte Cortege last Saturday, Oct. 17 in Oroville. With the loss, FRC falls to 1-5 on the season and 0-1 in conference standings. The first bright spot for . the Eagles came in the second quarter as Connor Kaegi completed a 7-yard pass to Carlton Stamp. At that point the score was 42-7 in favor of Butte, though Connor Killeen would come through for ABOUT OUR FRC late in the game with two field goals, one from 34 yards out and the second from the 21-yard line. The Golden Eagles ran , through four quarterbacks ....... .... .... ' ...... " in the game, with Kaegi completing 13 of his 18 DON'T WALT! APPLY passes for 114 yards. Goerge ONLINE OR CALL:US Barajas found five receivers TODAY! All vehicles Carfax Certified We're the only Certified Used Car Diealer in tassen and Plumas Counties! on nine tries for67yards. The duo of Jackson Gilmore and Jace Ryals combined for 22 yards passing on six completions, though each threw an interception. On the ground, Greg Hill and Dorian Cowart were the leaders with 20 yards rushing each. Hill's longest run of the day came on an 18-yard jaunt early in the game. Cowart had a 15-yard run in the game. Among the receiver corps, Kai Roberts was the most effective Golden Eagle with 10 catches for 95 yards, : including a 26-yard long reception from Kaegi. :. ,. .......... Two fumbles by FRC, one each from Kaegi and Shawn Hughes ended in turnoverS. A third fumble by Ulysses Cannon was recovered by the Golden Eagle offense. The defense of FRC was somewhat successful, however, in getting fumbles of its own as they recovered four drops by the Roadrunners. Leading the FRC defense was Houston Barnes with 10 solo tackles and assists on four more. The Golden Eagles return home this weekend, Saturday, Oct. 24, when they host American River College. Kickoff is set for 1 p.m.