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Bulletin, Record, Progressive, Reporter Wednesday, Oct. 29, 2014 1C AND I Feather River College's Josefin Leberger turns the corner on Lake Tahoe forward Tori Smith (No. 13) near the Golden Eagles arc. Feather River tied the Coyotes 2-2 and remains the only unbeaten team in the Golden Valley Conference. Feather River's Dylan Murray (center) and Dom Docherty (right) work in get the ball away from Tahoe forward Jarrell Cato (No. 99) last Friday in Grog Knight tandem to try to Quincy. Photos by Grog Knight administrators were taking to the pitch and in a steps to ensure they never kind of issue with any school, jostling, with no passing or Sports Writer no chances; a number of "no-man's land" between the happen again. Should anyone no school in more than 200 elegance to the game, is very Plumas County. Sheriffs FRC and Tahoe benches, make the decision to test our games. But a specific coach.., hard to defend against," Office deputies and officers Plumas County Sheriff resolve, they will quickly are you kidding me? This was Williams said. "There are The Feather River College from the California Highway Grog Hagwood made it clear come to appreciate that it will and is ridiculous." maybe two teams in the Golden Eagles men's soccer Patrol Were present for the before the game why his not be tolerated." Luckily, no incident entire state that play like that team took an extremely game and video surveillance deputies were present. During practice Thursday occurred and the game's only and Tahoe is one of them." hard-fought 1-0 loss at home of the Tahoe bench was "We are sending a very afternoon, FRC head coachaggressive activity was on Two red cards came out of to Lake Tahoe College on ordered before kickoff, strong message to players, Don Williams said the the pitch during regulation the game; the first ejection Friday, Oct. 24, though it was Before being hired as the faculty and spectators that acrimony was unlike play. According to Williams, was Tahoe player Jordan not necessarily the action on mentor of the Tahoe squad, there are standards and we anything he has seen at the the aggressiveness on the Potts for kicking a ball at the field per se that many Wade was head coach at are not going to toleratecollegiate level of soccer in part of Tahoe is a tYpeof Andrew Maynard after fans were witness to. Lassen Community Collegebelligerence or his career, playing that is hard to fouling him. The Golden Thanks to a history of bad between 2010 and 2013. . unsportsmanlike conduct in"I've never had this compete against due not to its Eagles weren't immune to the blood and violence between Not wanting a hockey any way, shape or form," problem before;, Williams style or skill, but its red card either: starter Robel Tahoe head coach Ben Wade's match to break out at the Hagwood said. "Given said. "In the five years I have bombastic nature. teams and members of the game, sheriff's deputies were incidents that have occurred coached here, and even "That kind of play, where Golden Eagles squad, FRC present at each gate leading in the past we are takingbefore, I've never had this it's just a lot of hitting and See Soccer, page 6C Shyarme. Henry, a senior at Quincy High .... School, is organizing the 2014 Elks Hoop Shoot contest as her senior project. Photo by Grog Knight .' r,' "~'~:,i ing Quincy Elks Lodge No. 1884 invites all boys and girls age 8 through 13 to participate in the local Hoop Shoot contest Nov. 2 at 10 a.m. in the Feather River College gym. The Elks Hoop Shoot is a free-throw contest divided into categories by contestants' ages as of April 1, 2015. The program is free to all and "provides youths as opportunity to compete, connect and succeed through hard work and healthy competition," said Dude McMaster, Hoop Shoot director. This year, the annual contest will have an extra twist-- it is being organized as the senior project of Quincy High School student Shyanne Henry, Henry, who plans to study education in Oregon after high school and become a teacher, said she got involved with the Hoop Shoot program because of '11 TOYOTA '11 TOYOTA CAMRY LE '95 FORD F-150 SUPER CAB '03 HONDA CMC LX STK #1664 STK #1673 STK #16342 STK #1565 STK #1688 VIN #142725 VIN #21.1160 VIN #B77853 VIN #085958 VIN #518191 STK #1694 VIN #552067 STK #1629 VIN #104801 s8,995 slO,99S 'O3 TOYOTA RAV-4 '06 HONDA CR'V 4)(4 '09 FORD FUSION SEL STK #1693 VIN #060283 s14,995 sTK#1538 VIN #120035 'IOJEEP PATRIOT 4X4 ACURA CL STK #14962 VIN #008172 See Hoop Shoot, page 5C t i