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6C Wednesday, Dec. 10, 2014 Bulletin, Record, Progressive, Reporter Greg Knight Head coach Haley White Feather River also took a Sports Writer said she knows why her team two-game road trip to Redding slacked offa bit after thelast week to face both Yuba break. College and College of San The Lady Golden Eagles "We seem to, in every game, Mateo, with wins in both know how to win and proved go through a slump where we games to extend the squad's it last week at home as they . can't score at some point," winning streak to four. bested the Sacramento City White said. "Our defensiveAgainst Yuba, the Eagles College Lady Panthers 48-41. intensity is great, though, and put up a stout offense to Feather River College led we are No. 2 in defensive garner a 75-42 win that saw the Panthers 24-14 at the points allowed per game. We Rees shoot a perfect 2-2 from halftime break, thanks in have only been allowing 53three-point real estate. great part to a trio of points per game on average. Hibbard ended the game with three-pointers from We need to snap out of the lull 18 points while Luna added 15 Sophomore Ashley Hibbardand get more players some and Rees put up 13. Boyd led and another from Catherine touches offensively." again defensively with 17 Rees. The two were also the On the other side of the rebounds. high scorers for FRC with court, Kaitlin Boyd kept her In the San Mateo game, Rees putting up 15 points and arms moving all night, FRC only led 35-34 at the Hibbard nailing down 11.garnering 10 rebounds halftime break -- but bounced Traci Strong also dropped a overall. She also had two back to win it 72-65 thanks to trey in the first half. , assists, two steals and a block a strong defensive showing by In an amazing show of to add to her four-point the Golden Eagles. accuracy and skill, Rees also showing in the game. The wins put FRC at 8-4 went eight for eight from the Also scoring for the Golden overall on the season. line, one of her best Eagles were Jaycee The next home game for the performances of the season so Wadsworth (four), Strong Lady Golden Eagles will be far. (three), Zhani Thomas'(three), Jan. 7, 2015, when the squad Even with the win column Stephanie Miller (two), hosts College of the Siskiyous entry, Sac City was able to Brianna Luna (two), Morgan to open up Golden Valley outscore the Golden Eagles Manley (two) and Shayla Conference competition. : 27-24 in the second half. Butterfield (two). Tip-offis set for 5:30 p.m. Portola native ~Kaitl:in B0yd (No. 12) puts up a st~0ng defenSive'showing for the:Lady Golden Eagles in the 48-41 win over Sacramento. Photos by Greg Knight Catherine Rees (No. 33) crosses mid-court against Sacramento City College last week at home. rl Greg Knight abundantly clear last Tuesday A trio of Vols also made hay Sports Writer night as the Chester from beyond the arc as Jer sports@plumasnews.corn Volcanoes exploded onto their White, Caleb Sylvester and home court in a 67-16 victory Sawyer Durkin all found It appears the Herlong that saw sophomore Brandon swish from three-point land. Vikings boys' basketball Dye score 18 points on nine The Vols defense was stout squad may have some work to buckets while senior Wyatt as well with every player on :do as it progresses through Durkin put up another 16 the team finding at least one the 2014-15 season, points on six buckets and four rebound against the Viks. Dye That fact was made - . 'from ec rity .}tri .corn INCORPORATED Auctioneer's Note: ~:; Lightning Auctions has been the leading auction house in Northern Nevada for25 plus i! years now. 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James (seven), sawyer Chester girls double digits for the Vols: ' Durkin (seven), Landon Chester 58, Herlong 11 Theresa Miller and Reanna Morgan (five), Spencer Lee The Lady Vols demolished Trujillo penciled in 12, and (five); Caleb Sylvester (three), Herlong as well, taking down Kaytlan Crawford scored 10 in White (three), Eddie Perez the Lady Viks 58-11 in their the game. Trujillo also had a (two) and Jason Schlueter opener, pair of three-pointers. (one). Paige Reed led all players in Defensively, Crawford led The Vols' next scoring with 15 points, going with 12 rebounds on the night. nontournament appearance seven of nine from inside the The Lady Vols' next outing on the hardwood will be arc and making shot from the will also be Jan. 6 against Jan. 6 when the squad stripe. Reed also had 11 Portola. Tip-off is set for 6 p.m. Chester loses championship to Fall River Chester's Wyatt Durkin (No. 0) goes up against Fall River in the championship game at the Block F Tournament in Alturas last week. Chester lost the game 69-52 and is now 3-1 on ~a~. Photo submitted Reduce Change your vehicle's motor oiJ every .5,000 to 7,000 miles. Reu' !;,e Used oil can be combusted as fuel, distilled into diesel fuel, or re-refined into base stock for lubricating. Recy,c'le Crankcase oil, transmission fluid, gear oil, and hydraulic oil are all recyclable. All transfer stations in Plumas County accept used oil & filters free of charge. Advertising funded by acjrant from CalRecycle managed by Plumas County Department of Public Works 5 54 5