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Bulletin, Progressive, Record, Reporter Wednesday, Nov. 17, 2010 lC Shannon Morrow first game Tuesday, Nov. 23. Kim Naut led the Golden Sports Editor There's a 50 percent chance Eagles' offense with 15 kills sports@plumasnews.comthat FRC could host the open- and no errors in only 16 at- ing round, but that won't be tempts. Naut also earned four With two t'mal wins against decided until Sunday, Nov.blocks. Siskiyous and Lassen last21. Kadie Miller registered two week, the Feather River Col- Feather River has been aces, 10 digs and 25 assists. lege volleyball team complet- hampered by a couple in- Natalie Ray delivered seven ed its regular season with a juries, but Ritchie said the kills and two aces. 10-0 record and won the Gold- team still has its big guns, Two nights earlier, Nov. 10, en Valley Conference chain- and she's moving players FRC beat College of the pionship, around to get ready for the Siskiyous 25-14, 20-25, 25-10 "It's a very big deal," said postseason, and 25-18. FRC coach Sarah Ritchie. "We have a little time to get Ray led Feather River's of- "After taking second place it together," said Ritchie. "If fense with 14 kills and two three years straight, it was we can get past the first aces, while also earning 14 our time. Going undefeated round, I think we're going to digs and four blocks. makes it even more worth-do really well." Julia Lynch fired in 10 while. This is the first time FRC completed its regular kills. Miller totaled eight ever." season last Friday, Nov. 12, kills, three aces, 15 digs and The Golden Eagles enter with a three-game win at 32 assists. Katy Batcheleder the state playoffs with their Lassen, 25-16, 25-7 and 25-21. contributed 18 digs. The Golden Eagles captured first place in conference with playoffs this Tuesday, Nov. 23. Photo submitted an undefeated record. FRC enters the 5eni6-rL~n~ Labbe, 6neof Q-uincyis=Outstanding defensive linebacki~rs, mows down tb~ Ea,st Nicolaus quarterback. Photos by Shannon Morrow a,nnng mome Shannon Morrow Quincy quarterback Sports Editor Cameron Diaz Deleon added sports@plumasnews,com128 yards and two touch- With a 53-21 victory overdowns, giving the Trojans East Nicolaus in the first more than 500 yards on the round of the Division IV play- ground. offs last Friday night, the "Cameron and Alex are Quincy Trojans are looking strong kids," said Goss. exceptionally strong going in- "Even ff you do get a hat on to this Friday's semifinal them, they're not easy to bring down. You have to gang* game against Modoc. tackle them." Quincy, seeded second, will host the third-seeded Modoc Goss also commended Braves, who are coming off a Quincy's defense. "Our de- fense was ready for them," he 38-12 playoff victory against said. "The kids did an out- Chester. Quincy and Modoc standing job." each sport 9-2 records. Seven weeks ago, Quincy Lane Labbe and Keyshon Johnson each nabbed an in- struggled to beat East Nico- terception for Quincy, and laus by two points, so Quin- cy's easy playoff victory last Josh Hannah recovered a Friday proved how much fumble. stronger the Trojans have Quincy's win was even more dominate than the grown. "As you go into the play- score indicates. East Nico. offs, you want to be getting laus didn't get on the score- better," said Quincy coach board until the fourth quar- Tom Goss. "We're clicking of- ter, when the Trojans were fensively. Our offensive line using their second string and is doing an exceptional job, younger players from the ju- and Alex (Easley) keeps get- nior varsity squad. ting better and stronger each "It's good to get all the kids week." in, to let them have experi- Easley turned in a postsea- ence, have fun, and reward son performance for the them for their hard work," record books last Friday, said Goss. with 340 yards rushing and This Friday's semifinal five touchdowns, averaging game begins at 7 p.m. at more than 12 yards a carry. Feather River College. Alex Easley yards rushing Defensive back Devonte Smith lays a big hit on an East Nicolaus runner a yard from the goal line to prevent a touchdown on a fourth-and-goal play in the first quarter. After connecting through a touchdown pass, right, Lawrence Rashan (No. 24) and quarterback Ricky Mitchell (No. 2) joyfully cel- ebrate. The Feather River College football team con- cluded its season at home last Saturday with a 35-18 win over Siskiyous. "We fi- nally had that game where we put it together from start to finish," said FRC coach J.D. Johnson. Feather River finished with a 6-4 record. Photos by Shannon Morrow /