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2C Wednesday, Nov. 26, 2014 Bulletin, Record, Progressive, Reporter I Greg Knight " Sports Writer , The women's soccer program at ' Feather River College made history last weekend as the Lady Golden Eagles finally shed the playoffmonkey that had been dogging their back, beating " Ohlone College in a 6-2 blowout to advance in the post-season. Before the win against the i: Renegades, Feather River had ' been unable to get past the first round in years past. The most recent example was last season's 4-2 opening round loss to Folsom in which FRC dropped an early lead to the Falcons and ultimately fell on penalty kicks History, luckily, did not repeat itself as more than 250 fans " swelled the stands at the soccer field to cheer on the team -- and the FRC men's soccer squad showed up in force as the good-natured hooligans of the party that was about to be unleashed on the pitch Offensively, sophomore Ryann Abeyta was the Player of the game, making a hat trick with the first pair of goals and the final score of the game. Sherifatu Sumaila, Isabella Wilson and Hannah Fenn also added scores for the final tally, with four assists alone coming from Shannell McDonnell. Mercedes Perez and Sumaila also had assists in the game. At the goal, keeper Stacey Cavill let a pair of Ohlone kicks slide in the second half for the two points scored by the Renegades, though the bigger story of her day.was her pair of saves that easily could have given Ohlone additional points in the game. After all was said and done, Feather River assistant coach Brad Williams took notice of the flow of the match and Cavill's stoutness at the goal mouth. "We had some lapses in the second half where we let up defensively and didn't pressure hard enough," Williams said. "Those two shots were good by Ohlone, so there was no real problem at goal with Stacey. She did have those two huge saves in the game and that really made a difference for us. She knows what to do and we have every confidence in her." Williams also believes that the first-round playoff victory will be inspiring to the younger crop of Golden Eagle players on the team. "It's huge to get over the first round and get out there to face the next opponent," Williams added "It's big for the younger players who came in as freshmen this year. They will be able to take this experience and expand on it." Fenn, a freshman for the FRC squad, said the team knew it could win against Ohlone. She also said she has a feeling the Golden Eagles can continue their winning ways in the second round. "We were confident coming into this game and I am surely confident that we can continue to do well as we go into the next game this week," Fenn said. The Golden Eagles, now with a 15-3-3 record, will face Central Valley Conference champion Fresno City College today at noon in Fresno. The Rams come into the game with a 20-0-2 record after beating Diablo Valley 3-0 last week. Sherifatu Sumaila, left, drives in toward week at home. Photo by Greg Knight the Ohlone goal for the third point of the first-roun'd playoff last Haley Cline (No. 17) and libero Samantha Keely try for the dig against Colusa in the Lady Trojans' 3-1 loss last week at home. Photo -- by Greg Knight VOLLEYBALL from page 1C game expecting too much and working too little to achieve it. "It was mostly our passing and our serving that cost us the game tonight," Sherman said after the match "We came out in the first game and won, we did awesome, but in the next three games we just let down. I think we thought we were just going to come out and win it, I think we expected it, which was the Sherman for helping her was the week-long break or wrong thing to do." learn to play better volleyball, the jitters of not haying a For Sherman, the season "Our team worked really home playoff game in who isn't quite over yet -- she will well together this season and knows how many years, but make an appearance at the Jasmin really worked hard to we didn't have the rhythm or CIF North State All-Stars help me all season," Nolan vibe that we usually have." game in Willows on Dec. 9. said. "She is an amazing The team's record, 8-0 in The game will feature the 24 setter and did well even when league and 30-7 overall, gave top seniors from across the she got thrown into hitting at the Lady Trojans the league Northern Section as voted for middle. Playing for coachchampionship for the first by the coaches in each league. Hyink was also very special time in five years and saw Nolan, a junior for the Lady to me because he pushed us to only seven opponents, over Trojans, said she was reach our potential He has a the course of those 37 games, satisfied with the way her lot of faith in us." able to win a game against team played in the regular "We had players this yearthem at home or on the road. season and gave credit to that stepped up and took it to The junior varsity Lady the next level to get us our Trojans team also had a amazing record," Hyink stellar season and was named added "I'm not sure whatco-league champ with happened tonight, whether it Portola. 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Anderson gets ashot at MLB Former Feather River College pitcher Cody Anderson has been added to the Cleveland Indians roster for the upcoming 2015 season. Anderson was promoted I Thursday, Nov. 20, to the 40-man roster for the Cleveland Indians after spending the 2014 season in AA ball with the Akron RubberDucks. With this promotion Anderson will be invited to the Indians' big league spring training camp and has a shot to make the 25-man Major League Baseball roster in 2015. Anderson was selected as the Bob Feller Award winner for the Indians' organization in 2013, which goes to the Former Feather River College pitcher Cody Anderson, shown here on the mound with the Carolina Mudcats, may get his chance to play in the major leagues after being promoted to the Cleveland Indians' 40-man roster. Photo submitted Cleveland Indians minor league innings pitched for the Golden pitcher of the year. He is Eagles in two seasons. He was currently ranked as the No. 2 drafted in the 14th round in 2011 pitching prospect in the Indians by the Cleveland Indians and organization going into the 2015 signed in early .August that se'ason summer after c )mmitting to AnderSon was also nalned Texas Christian University in the 2013 winner of the Matt the fall signing period. . Winker Community Service Anderson is a homegrown Award for the Carolina product: he was a three-sp0rt Mudcats, as he put in numerous letter winner at Quincy High hours throughout the season School. volunteering with various "I am very thankful for the projects, opportunity that Feather River When asked his thoughts on College gave me and the being put on the 40-man roster, development that the coaching Anderson said, "It's an honor to staff provided me during my be put on the 40-man roster with two years as a Golden Eagle," such a great club. It is one step Anderson added. "Without the closer to my ultimate goal, help of the Golden Eagle which is to help the Indians win coaches and the Quincy ball games " community I would not be the Anderson pitched for the person and player that I am Golden Eagles in the 2010 and today." 2011 seasons and helped the Anderson is scheduled to Golden Eagles win back-t0-back report to the Cleveland Indians Golden Valley Conference spring training facility in championships. He posted a 6-2 Goodyear, Arizona, in early record with a 2.55 ERA in 60 February. ANDERSON, from page lC Scrappers, Lake County Captains, Carolina Mudcats and, most recently, the AA-level in 2010 when he was drafted out Akron RubberDucks in of Feather River College by the Ohio. Tampa Bay Rays in the 17th Anderson is getting the chance round of that year's MLB June to live his dream and many amateur draft. 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