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: 2C Wednesday, Dec. 2, 2015 Bulletin, Record, Progressive, Reporter Feather River College's Cierra Miles goes for the layup during the Eagles' game against Yuba held in Quincy on Nov. 24. Miles led her team in points, contributing 19 towards the Eagles' 80-66 win. Photos by James Wilson The Feather River College Catherine Rees followed women's basketball team Miles with 16 points• took down Yuba College • Angelique Archie and g0-66 Nov. 24 in the Lady Chelsey Bushnell scored 13 Eagles' first home game of apiece and Tamirah Brewer the season, sunk five for 10 points. The win, which brought Archie got the team's only FRC's record to 2-6, was a double-double, with 16 much-needed boost after rebounds as well. losing two straight at the The Lady Eagles will College of the Sequoias stay busy this December, Crossover tournament the competing at the Shasta weekend before, tournament this weekend "I think we did a good and the Solano tournament job," said FRC coach Brent the weekend after• FRC Stephens. "Defensively, will also travel to we're coming along• (The Sacramento on Dec. 18 and win) was a good confidence Gavilan on Dec. 30. booster. Hopefully it'll lead So far this season, the to more wins." Eagles have competed The Golden Eagles against some of the maintained a steady lead highest-ranked teams in over Yuba, outscoring the the state• Stephens said visiting team 36-29 in the they plan to continue facing first half and 44-37 in the that caliber of team through second• tournament play. FRC's roster was well The Lady Eagles' next rounded, with five players home game will take place hitting the double-digits in Jan. 13, 2016 against Shasta, points, starting their conference Cierra Miles led the play. Eagles in points with 19. "o We' re asking each of you to spend at least $100 of your holiday shopping budget right here in Plumas County, If each of our readers* spent $100 in Plumas County it would put $1,853,000 back into our local economy. We would be keeping our money here...right here in our own community. We can do this even with simple things like getting our cars serviced or our hair done before we travel• *Based on an average of two readers per newspaper, Help your community prosper by shopping locally, If you do, we will all be helping each other, Isn't that what the holidays are all about? FEATHER PUBLISHING COMPANY, INC. Feather River Bulletin • Portola Reporter • Indian Valley Record • Chester Progressive FRC's Savannah Cox moves the ball up court during the Eagles' first home game of the season Nov. 24. The FRC women's team won't play at home again until it starts its conference play Jan. 13, 2016. the state wide open•" SOCCER, from page lC Hartnell scored first at the very end of the first half. midfield battle. FRC only Fulton, off an assist from had three direct strikes on Docherty, put one past its goal, and only took four. Hartnell's goalkeeper just 10 With no score on the minutes into the second half board, the game went into to even the score. overtime. After 30 more Finally, in double minutes of play, split up into overtime and with just eight two halves, the board still minutes remaining, Jacob remained scoreless. The Farthing scored to put the game was considered a Eagles up 2-1. draw, but each team was Williams described the given five penalty shots to final eight minutes as see which team would advance. "completely defensive," praising goalkeeper Zak FRC's Dominic Docherty, McCarthy for fending off a Jack Fulton and Gavin barrage of shots on FRC's Gillies all put one past goal. Tahoe's goalkeeper, but The Golden Eagles end Tahoe was able to score their season with their four, ending the Eagles heads held high, knowing season. they made it further than The game against Hartnell any team in the program's also went into overtime. history. Going into the game, FRC Williams summed up his was the underdog to say the team's season in a post on least• the team Facebook page. "That was the one team "Is there anything more that everyone was scared to important than love, faith death of playing," said and belief?." he wrote• "This Williams. "That (win) blew team is amazing." ifI 1 '1