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" Bulletin, Record, Progressive, Reporter Wednesday, Nov. 4, 2015 3C The Golden Eagles women's soccer team battles with Tahoe before coming away with a 1-0 win last Saturday. Photos by Toni Williams Feather River College's Dominic Docherty heads the ball away from Tahoe's players Oct. 31. Docherty converted two penalty kicks to help the Eagles earn a last-minute win. II The Feather River College 11-4-1. z behind when Tahoe scored men's soccer team made aThe Golden Eagles startedone more about 10 minutes late comeback against Lake the match offright. Just six into the final half. Tahoe last Friday to scrape minutes into the game, FRC With only 20 minutes out a 4-3 victory and take the forward Jacob Farthing remaining, the outcome lead in the Golden Valley sailed one past Tahoe's looked bleak for the Golden Conference. goalkeeper off an assist from Eagles who trailed 3-1. Then The Eagles' only prior loss , Ryan Birchfield. with a surge of energy, FRC in conference play was to FRC's celebration was rolled out three goalsto take Tahoe, on Oct. 6. Tahoe came short-lived, however, as the win. into the match undefeated in Tahoe put one past FRC "You try to stay positive," conference play, but with one goalkeeper Jacob Price just FRC coach Don Williams said tie on its record, three minutes later. At the of the team's outlook at that The win improved FRC's very end of the first half, point. "We were playing well, conference record to 6-1. Tahoe scored one more goal. we just needed something to Tahoe's fell to 5-1-1. The Despite out-shooting start that momentum." Eagles' overall record rose to Tahoe, FRC fell even further Eagles center Dominic Docherty started the another penalty kick, andin a late win. one-two-three streak Docherty once again got one Feather River's Danielle converting a penalty kick past Tahoe's goalkeeper. Smith scored the only goal of with just 19 minutes FRC has two matches left the match, in the second half remaining, in its regular season. The with just over 30 minutes "That's what it took to get Eagles will travel to Butte remaining. our momentum going," this Friday and host Lassen FRC goalkeeper Matilda Williams said. "Once the on Nov. 13. If the GoldenBylund tallied three saves team's energy was up, it Eagles can stay on top of the for her fourth shutout of started happening." conference, they will the season. Ryan Birchfield scored the continue on into the playoffs. The win kept FRC in the next one with an airborne second place standings of strike into the net with just FRC women 1, Tahoe, 0 the Golden Valley six minutes left. That tied the After the men's game, Conference, just behind score at 3-3. FRC and Tahoe's women's Lassen. The Lady Eagles With just three minutes teams faced off. Once again, will travel to Butte this left, FRC was awarded victory came to the Eagles Friday. Golden Eagles' Bailey Zavala serves up the ball in a bright pink uniform. The match was dedicated to breast cancer awareness with players showing their support by doRning pink. CA ii R.S.V.P: 530.249.2726 or 75.843.6858 . ............. per person t0 all $ts. League-leading volleyball team wins twice The Feather River' College volleyball team continued to dominate on its road to the con[erence championship last week, taking down Butte and Shasta Colleges. The Lady Eagles hosted Butte.on Oct. 28 for a 3-1 win, and traveled to Shasta to win 3-0. The two wins propelled FRC's overall record to 15-6 and its conference record to 6-0. "We are really starting to get into the groove and are playing good volleyball," said FRC coach Sarah Ritchie. "We have tons of talent and are continuing to work hard to win that conference championship." The wins were crucial for FRC to retain the top spot in the conference. Butte stands second in the conference, with its only loss in conference stemming from last week's match. FRC kept control for most of the match against Butte, losing only the second set (25-17, 26-28, 25-20, 25-16). Morgan Hughes led the Eagles with 21 kills, followed by Mariah Diaz with 13 kills. Lia Herlosky dominated in serving with 42 aces. Against Shasta, the two teams traded points back and forth for all three sets. Eventually, the Eagles were able to overcome the hosting team 25-21, 25-23, and 25-21. Lia Herlosky swats the ball into Butte territory during the Eagles' Oct. 28 match. FRC took its opponent down in four sets. Photos by Toni Williams Hughes once again led this Friday at 6 p.m. After FRC's offense with 16 kills, the match, the Eagles will Lexxey Southern had a only have three matches fantastic game with 14 kills, remaining in conference FRC will host Redwoods play. 1 8 HOLES w/Cart from now until course closes. from now until course closes. '.'~, ', .. ,"4 ..........~ LUh4.A i, PgNES GOLF RESORT 402 -836-1420 www. PlumasPinesGolf.com Poplar Valley Road Graeagle, Ca