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" Bulletin, Record, Progressive, Reporter Wednesday, Oct. 29,.2014 5C I Greg Knight the third. Dillard took 19 handoffs for Sports Writer It wasn't until the fourth46 yards. sports@plumasnews.com quarter, with 10:43 The ARC passing game remaining in the game, that wasn't perfect either, by any The night before the quarterback Matt Hommeil means, as Beaver Feather River College connected to receiver Danaquarterback Peyton Wilfley football team took the long Day on a 16:yard touchdownlobbed a pair of road trip down to pass, giving the Golden interceptions to FRC Sacramento to face Eagles six on the board. Day defenders Quester Campbell American River College in a then proceeded to push and Don Dunnick. Golden Valley Conference around the ARC line one With the loss, FRC fails to matching, this reporter had more time for a two-point 2-5 (0:2 conference) and will the chance to wish Golden conversion to give FRC itsspend this week preparing Eagles head coach Bart only points of the day. to host College of the Andrus "good luck" against Ja'Quay Garmon had Siskiyous (3-4, 0-2) on the Beavers• three interceptions in theSaturday. Kickoff is set for 1 "Thanks," he said. "We're game and completed 12 of 31 p.m. going to need it." passes for 104 yards, tying Even with the losses As it turned out, luck, his attempt record from the piling up for FRC, there is a whether good or bad, had Sequoia game back on Sept•ray of sunshine for the team nothing to do with the 44-8 13 when he completed 17 ofin the form of Tonio Burton, loss to ARC -- and as those tosses and won the a running back for the Andrus said before, the 2014 game for FRC on a 45-41 final Golden Eagles. season is about "rebuilding score. Backup pistol Matt During the month of and working on recruiting" Hommell completed 13 of 34September, Burton rushed for next year's go at a for 62 yards against ARC for 646 yards on 84 carries conference title, and earned credit for the for an average of 7.69 yards The Beavers, who were Golden Eagles' sole per carry. He averaged 161.5 able to pummel the FRC touchdown• yards per game, ran for defense on the ground and Day led all receivers for seven touchdowns during in the air with 296 yards the day with seven catchesthe month and had one passing and 172 yards for 87 yards and the TD. On receiving touchdown as rushing, led 17-0 at the the ground, Hommell was well. In the two games so far halftime buzzer and tacked the rushing king with fivein October he has rushed for on an additional 21 points in carries for 66 yards• Nigel 105 yards on 22 carries and Feather River College punt American River College last run for two TDs. Although currently hamstrung by a nagging Achilles tendon issue, Burton said he is looking forward to getting back on return expert Mervin McCane shows Saturday. Photo by Joe Padilla the field. "Earlier in the season, in practice after our first win, I had an Achilles strain," Burton said. "It has slowed me down just a little bit, but off some mojo on the road at it's almost the end of the season and I am coming back to 100 percent• I'm ready to get back in there and hopefully will play this weekend." HOOP SHOOT, from page 1C also learn about the importance of respect and her love of working with good sportsmanship," children. McMaster said• "At first I was going to do "Contestants learn to a project with little kids, support one another and since I want to be a teacher, learn to accept defeat or win so I figured why not do this gracefully. since all ages of youth are "Contestants connect with involved," Henry said. one another throughout Winners advance through their journey, developing lodge, district, state and positive and friendly regional contests to reach friendships with peers. the national finals in "Through healthy Springfield, Massachusetts. competition and practice, In the end the names of six contestants develop skills national champions will be that aid in achieving school permanently inscribed at and life success•" the National Basketball Hall For more information on of Fame. the Hoop Shoot, including "The Hoop Shoot provides frequently asked questions, a character-building visit elks.org/hoopshoot or competitive experience for - call McMaster at 283-0670 all contestants where they 8-,p.m.-, !-.~ i! P • The Feather River College men's basketball team will make its 2014-15 preseason debut tonight, Oct. 29, in a "midnight madness" style exhibition scrimmage directly following the FRC women's volleyball match scheduled for 6 p.m. against Golden Valley Conference rival Butte College. The Lady Golden Eagles volleyball squad is currently ranked No. 4 in the state and, according to men's basketball head Coach kandY i icl , will nl exciting brand of championship volleyball orchestrated by Golden Valley Conference Coach of the Year Sarah Ritchie." The men's basketball team's event will allow community members to personally meet and connect with this year's team. "The fun-packed night will include a dunk contest .................... three-point shooting exhibition and a live scri, mmage highlighting : 'thi ear's team's athleticism and strengths," Rick added. The Golden Eagles start the 2014-15 season at home next Monday, Nov. 3, when they face Simpson College at 7 p.m. Admission to both the exhibition event and the season opener will be free of charge• Feather River's Jarrell Tate, a native of Birmingham, Alabama, and a freshman on the Golden Eagles' 2014-15 basketball team, will take part in an exhibition game tonight after FRC's volleyball team meets Butte. Photo by Greg Knight Kn'rENS & oge Go to www.catspaws.petfinder.org IPlP to see all the cats that need homes! If you have an "un-f~ed" cat, get her spayed NOW. We have discount certificates for people unable to afford the cost of surgery on their own. Visit the CATHOUSE - 2453 E. 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