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6C Wednesday, Nov. 18, 2015 Bulletin, Record, Progressive, Reporter II i. Winning is more than just a goal for the Feather River College volleyball team. It's a tradition. For the sixth year in a row, FRC went undefeated in conference play to take the Golden Valley Conference championship title. The Golden Eagles took down Siskiyous and Lassen last week to finish their regular season with a 19-6 overall record and a perfect 10-0 conference record. ,,: The next stop for FRC is the playoffs. The California Community College Athletic Association will conduct playoff rankings on Friday, and FRC will play its next match at home Nov. 24. The Eagles finished their conference play against Lassen on Friday. FRC coach Sarah Ritchie used the match as a reason to highlight the team's sophomores who will be moving on after this year. "It was a great night honoring our sophomores and we had a wonderful crowd turnout," she said. "It wasn't our best game, but everyone on the team chipped in for the win." Though Ritchie thought the team could have played better, it still managed to sweep through its opponent in three sets, winning 25-15, 25-23 and 25-20. Morgan Hughes led the Eagles with 10 kills. Lexxey Southern followed close behind with eight kills, and Summer Williams added five. FRC handled Siskiyous with similar ease, als0 flushing out the visiting team Nov. 11 in three sets (25-18, 25-22, 25-9). The Feather consecutive River College volleyball team celebrates after a win against Lassen College on Nov. year the Golden Eagles went undefeated in conference play. Photos by James Wilson 13. The win marked the sixth '15 CHEVY EQUINOX 4X4 STK#2193 ~N#108024 '15 CHEVY MALIBU STK#2213 VIN #166261 '14 CHEVY SPARK STK#2195 S" VIN #408450 '13 FORD EDGE '13 FORD ESCAPE '15 FORD EXPLORER 4X4 4X4 4X4 6TK#2061 S,K.186 SlI VIN #C35218 VlN #A14565 STK#2203 VIN #A10742 '05 GMC SIERRA '15 GMC TERRAIN '08 HONDA 4X4 4X4 RIDGELINE 4X4 STK#2097 STK#2226 ~N #818374 ~N #143399 '15 KIA SPORTAGE '11 LEXUS RX-350 4X4 4X4 s K#219,Sl! .2169 VIN #688102 VIN #118054 14 TOYOTA CAMRY STK#2220 $1[ VIN #798468 '15 CHRYSLER 200S s, ,2212 $11 VIN #691519 ,, #2165 $1t VlN #513758 '13 MAZDA 3 6, .166 VIN #740304 '14 NISSAN SENTRA STK#2179 VIN #642597 '15 CHEVY TAHOE '12 DODGE GRAND '15 DODGE JOURNEY 4X4 CARAVAN 4X4 6 #22o9 s46 995* 5, #2o9o s13 8TK#2211s23 995* VIN #227849 ~ VlN #406127 VIN #633137 '11 FORD F"150 '13 FORD F-150 '15 DODGE DART 4X4 4X4 s, #21,8 sI 6,.2191 Sl! 6TK#2215. VIN #D12977 VIN #C14379 VIN #159031 '14 JEEP CHEROKEE '15 JEEP GRAND 4X4 CHEROKEE 4X4 - .~ , STK #2143 STK #2224 S36 VIN #252113 VIN #774925 ! '12 KIA OPTIMA sr,,#216o Sl5 VlN #076722 '14 MINI COOPER '13 MINI COOPER '15 NISSAN COUNTRYMAN 4X4 PACEMAN 4X4 PATHFINDER 4X4 STK #2155 STK #21061 S21 VIN #P37693 V1N #N51526 i '07 TOYOTA FJ CRUISER 4X4 STK#2136 VIN #087067 s-,-K#2.,8o s26 VIN #637527 TOYOTA TACOMA '13 TOYOTA TUNDRA 4X4 4X4 sr,,#2202 s26,995, s,,,#2142 s3t VIN #552329 VIN #310530 i GOLF REPORT Plumas Pines Men's Club The Plumas Pines Men's Golf Club completed its 2015 season with play on Thursday, Nov. 5. The event was the Mulligan Open, where golfers received two mulligans on each hole. The catch was that the players had to play the mulligan shot when used (rather than selecting the better shot of the two). Twelve golfers braved the cool temps to close out a great season for the 120 member strong club. The ' i winners are: Hensley Flight -- first place, with 64, Paul Jeglum; tied for second, with 66, Kim Roberts; tied for second, with 66, Larry Walker. Brown Flight -- first place, with 62, Mike ' Wilson; second place, with 65, Frank Motzkus; third place, with 67, Charlie Myers. Low Gross honors for the day go to Kim Roberts with a 5-birdie round of 72. Kim got off to a slow start but birdied four of the last six holes to close out the round. ":'' The new Board of Directors is already planning for the 2016 season. Keep an eye on the Plumas Pines website (www.plumaspinesgolf.co . m) for updates on next year's events. See you all in April. Mr. Huff Golf There is no denying that the frost is on the pumpkin. As a matter of fact, the snow was on the golf links, but it melted off in time for the Wednesday Morning Scramble on Nov. 11. It was a great way to celebrate Veterans Day and the turnout was excellent. In first place, at 8-under-par, was the team of Don McConnell, Ron Carter and Ron Christenson. In second place, at 5-under-par, were team members John Hackett, Dick Grace and Jeff Stevens. Closest to the pin was hit by Leo Sorosinski and Ron Christenson hit the chip-in. The golf course is now serving breakfast and lunch at the Mt. Huff Grill. The menu is great and the selection of food is excellent. Come by and take a break from cooking. It's worth it. To have your golf results and club news included in this weekly section, email the information to sports@plumasnews.com by Friday at 3p.m.