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'l~'ess~, Record, Reporter Wednesday, Nov. 21,2001 1C I River College team, 1/rl- leadership of is off to a season. The La- Won their f'n-st two the road, but then a Pair of home :Week. game was Nov. beat Mission good to start the ith a win," said everyone played hard, a 5-foot, 11- captured 28 re- four steals, Points for the Ittalia God- for FRC and also rebounds and Erin LaVigne, player, Points, nine re- Photo by Shannon Morrow assists and three Faln LaVi works into the paint against @ wihm lege Nov. 15. LaVigne Is FRC's only returning player, Eagles shot 43 and leads the team with her intense play. the field Nov. Cabrillo Col- gles started strong and LaVigne claimed 14 points, again to- worked up a 10-point lead (21- 12 rebounds and five assists. and 12 re- 11), but then let it slip away Kelsi Kuzmik contributed 9 Candace House by shooting just 30 percent points, eight rebounds and Points, five re-from the field, losing 72-59. four assists. Godfrey and and three "We played our best bas- House added 13 and 12 points, ketball of the year in the first respectively. a lot of char- 10 minutes, and probably our FRC hosted Golden West things really worst basketball in the sec- College the following night, our way," said ond half," said Bates. losing 64-40. In the first half, kids kept bat- Trailing by as much as 18the Lady Eagles shot 21 per- Were fortunate points, the Golden Eaglescent from the field and :on top." were able to get back to with- scored just 14 points. They agai~ast Gavilanin 10 in the final minutes of 15, the Lady Ea-the game. I h mon Marrow Portola's normally profi- "Our serving was in the Sfx cient passing game was sub- tank," said Battistoni. "It re- Portola's volleyball season standard, and the Tigers allyhurt us." concluded Tuesday, Nov. 13, were plagued by hitting er- Just Jenna Keena and when the Lady Tigers were rors and other mistakes. Lindsey West were above 90 defeated by the Maxwell Pan- "We didn't pass well and percent in serving. Keena thers in three games, elimi- we didn't serve well," said was 10-11 and West was 11-12 hating Portola in the second Battistoni. "Those are twowith two aces. round of the playoffs, basic skills you've got toIngameone, Portola got off The Tigers were swept, 15- have going f or you." to a 2-0 lead, but then 2, 15-10, 15-10, putting an end The Lady Tigers, who were Maxwell scored the next 15 to an otherwise impressive 95 percent from the service points, acing the Tigers sev- season, line in their previous playoff en times. "It was an off night for us," game, were only successful"No. 20 killed us," said Bat- said Portola coach Bob Bat- on 52 of 61 serves againsttistoni. "We couldn't do any- tistoni. "The girls were flat. Maxwell, dropping them to 85 thing against that serve." We played inconsistent ball." percent. see cet f ht, sc Photo Shannon Morrow Jessica Brooks goes to the floor to get under a hard serve In Portota's quarte4 tnat playoff game against MaxweU. The Tigers lost the Nov. 13 match in three games. MED - 4X L WHERE YOU CAN FILL-UP AND BOOT-UP! -#751 41[ im UP TO 36