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Bulletin, Record, Progressive, Reporter Wednesday, Nov. 18, 2015 3C FINALE, from page 1C Feather River College's Anthony Smith goes for a lay up during the Eagles' 98-89 win against Cosumnes River College on Nov. 9. FRC went on to beat three teams last weekend at the Chabot Tournament to extend its winning streak to six games. Photo by James Wilson ill Just two weeks into its Eagles' offense pulled ahead host, which ultimately won season, the Feather River in the second half to outscore FRC the game. College men's basketball the visiting team 52-44. FRC outscored Chabot team is looking like it may Nick Longmire had a 46-34 in the first half. Chabot be the best team the program double-double with 22 points attempted to catch up, has ever seen. and 12 rebounds. Derrick outscoring FRC 53-51 in the The Golden Eagles took Randolph added 21 points to second half, but were too far down four opponents last the Eagles' scoreboard. Both behind by that point to make week to extend their Longmire and Randolph a difference. winning streak to six games, went nine for 11 at the free Randolph had his best remain undefeated and walk throw line. performance of the season away with their second with 39 points, including tournament championship of FRC 97, Marin 82 nine 3-pointers. Smith the season• The Eagles started the contributed 20 points offfive FRC started its week at tournament at Chabot as the field goals and 10 free home Nov. 9, edging out underdog. In the pre-season throws. Cosumnes River• From rankings by the California there; the Eagles swept Community College Athletic FRC 79, De Anza 77 through Marin, Chabot and Association, Marin was The Golden Eagles barely De Anza to take the ranked fourth in northernsqueaked out a win in what Feather River College receiver Ulysses Cannon (83) reaches for a pass in the end zone during the Golden Eagles' 56-9 loss to Sierra College on Saturday, Nov. 14. The ball ended up being just out of Cannon's reach. Photo by Dan McDonald What little success the Eagles had moving the ball was offset with penalties. FRC was penalized 11 times for 140 yards, including four penalties for unsportsmanlike conduct. Brade admitted some of the penalties were the result of his players' frustration. "Yes, without a doubt," Brade said. "They were on an emotional roller-coaster today. When the scare is what it is and you're not having success, it's hard not to let the low emotions lead to bad decisions•" Despite the frustration of being physically outplayed, the Golden Eagles showed flashes of strength and potential. FRC's highlight was a five-play 64-yard touchdown drive near the end of the first quarter that cut the lead to 21-6. Freshman quarterback Connor Kaegi completed three passes to sophomore tight end Carlton Stamp during the drive, including a 22-yard touchdown pass. FRC's final points of the game came from the foot of sophomore kicker Killeen Connor who booted a 43-yard field that would have been good even from 50 yards. Conner also had some tremendous punts, including one that traveled 60 yards• Sophomore Ulysses Cannon had some eye-opening kick and punt returns, including a 30-yard kickoff return in the third quarter. The Golden Eagles' longest gain from scrimmage helped set up Conner's field goal at the end of the first half. That's when Kaegi completed a 27-yard pass to freshman receiver Estephan Castro• Kaegi led the Golden Eagles in passing, completing nine of 19 attempts for 119 yards. Five of the completions were to Stamp for 75 total yards. On the ground, freshman running back Deandre Andrus led FRC with 21 STATISTICS Sierra 21 21 14 0 FRC 6 3 0 0 yards on four carries. Cota led Sierra in passing with 291 yards and three touchdowns, completing 18 of 23 attempts. Receivers Devin Gray and Isaiah Bailey were Cota's favorite targets, combining for 212 yards. Despite a disappointing first season, Brade said he expects to build a winning program at Feather River College. Brade was hired in January and missed much of this season's recruiting process. "Not being here last fall was difficult (for recruiting)," Brade said. "But I look forward to continuing to build here and recruit here. We are looking forward to seeing real positive momentum coming from the spring and then into the fall next year. "We've already started the recruiting process," he added. "We are talking to roughly 20 guys right now for spring entrance into FRC. And hopefully those guys will come here and we'll havea solid 20 guys. "It's hard not having the success that we had all hoped to have .... I'm proud of their effort. I'm proud of the staff for sticking with it." -- 56 -- 9 First Quarter Sierra_Cota 2 run (Krieg kick), 13:15 SierraGray 25 pass from Cota (PAT failed), 11:32 Sierra_Cota 13 run (Bently 2-pt pass from Cota), 5:42 FRC_Stamp 22 pass from Kaegi (PAT failed), 3:49 Second Quarter Sierra Bailey 8 pass from Cota (Krieg kick), 13:10 Sierra_Olson 22 pass from Brownholtz (Krieg kick), 10:45 Sierra_Gray 27 pass from Brownholtz (Krieg kick) 1:27 FRC_FG Killeen 43, 0:00 Third Quarter SierraThomas 28 pass from Cota (Krieg kick), 12:27 Sierra Cooley 5 run (Krieg kick), 1:15 tournament championship California. FRC didn't even was their toughest game of INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS at Chabot College. make the top 15 ranking, the season, thus far. Rushing_Sierra, Shepard 12-51, TO put into perspective That didn't stop the Eagles DeAnza started tough, Scott 7-36, Cota 3-29, Cooley 7-21, how busy the Eagles have from barreling ahead, charging ahead to take a Brownholtz 4-5, Bently 1-(minus been, the win against De though• FRC racked up 46 40-30 lead by halftime• FRC 3)• FRC, Andrus 4-21, Cowart 2-6, Anza was FRC's sixth in points to Marin's 42 in the managed to pull through, Lindsey 3-5, Brown 1-2, Killeen nine days. FRC's season will first half and 51 to Marin's 40 however, and outscore 1-(minus 1), Kaegi 6-(minus 3), slow down a bit now, leading in the second half. DeAnza 49-37 in the second Roberts 1-(minus 11), Barajas up to conference play, which• Five FRC players reached half to win by two points. 3-(minus 15) starts Jan. 13. double digits in points. McDonald's performance Passing_Sierra, Cota 18-23-291, Anthony Smith led with 25, at the free throw line gave Brownholtz 12-18-1-152, FRC 98, Cosumnes 89 followed by Randolph withthe Eagles the edge they FRC_Kaegi 9-19-1-119, Ryals The Golden Eagles held 24, Chris McDonald with 17, needed. McDonald sunk 14 of 2-8-19,8~ajas 2:6-1:3.. their first home game early Longmire with 14 and 17 free throws to make up Receiving=Sierra, Gray 5-108, in the season this year, with Ravion Bell with 13. the bulk of his 23-point Bailey 5-104, Cleon 7-62, Bently a packed crowd cheering Longmire led in rebounds contribution. Randolph s-58, Cooley 2-29, Warren 1-15, them on. once again with 12. followed McDonald's lead Shepard 2-14, Matheson 1-(minus Both teams held their own with 22 points. 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