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Bulletin, Record, Progressive, Reporter Wednesday, Dec. 30, 2015 3C Cody Anderson nearly pitched a no-hitter against Tampa Bay on June 29. The almost perfect game was broken up in the seventh inning after Grady Sizemore homered for the Rays. Photo courtesy Cleveland IndianrdMLB watched an evening of racing. September 2 This could be the Portola High School football team's year to break out and accomplish big things. The Tigers proved that point in a big way last Friday night as they blasted the Incline Village Highlanders, 57-7, in their 2015 opener at home. Little did anyone know, this game would kick off the unexpected undefeated season. September 9 Portola's lake Jacobson has been named to the U.S. Ski Team in the aerial freestyle division following a tryout camp held in July. Since being named to the team, he has relocated to the Olympic Training Center in Lake Placid, New York. September 16 The Chester Lady Volcanoes soccer squad defeated the Quincy Lady Trojans, 4-0, last Wednesday, Sept. 9, in Quincy. The game was notable for the Lady Vols in that every player on coach Eric O'Kelley's roster, excluding keeper Allison Mahaffey, took at least one shot on goal. September 23 The Feather River College Lady Golden Eagles volleyball team went 2-0 at the tournament hosted by head coach Sarah Ritchie and her squad last Friday, Sept. 19. The Eagles faced off against both Delta College and Gavilan College, winning 25-12, 22-25, 25-13, 25-20 and 24-20, 17-25, 25-18, 24-21, respectively. September 30 The Feather River College Golden Eagles football squad won its first game of the season -- in dramatic fashion -- last Saturday, Sept. 26, dispatching the Chabot Gladiators, 38-36. This would turn out to be the Golden Eagles' only victory of the season. October 7 The Greenville High School volleyball team took another win from Elk Creek last Tuesday, Sept. 29, as the Indians outlasted the Lady Elks, 3-0 (25-15, 25-12, 25-13) October 14 The Feather River College rodeo team played host to some of the region's best college riders and ropers at the 2015 FRC Rodeo, Oct. 3 and 4 at the Plumas-Sierra County Fairgrounds. And the Golden Eagle men rode away with 930 points for the all-around team title. October 21 So far the Tigers's football team, now at 8-0 (2-0 in Mountain-Valley League standings) after a 66-6 blowout of Western Sierra Collegiate Academy on Friday, Oct 16, in Rocklin, are on track to win the league title and earn a trip to the big show in late November. Fans voted Portola's game played in Rocklin as the KCRA 3 High School Playbook Game Of The Week and was televised live. October 28 The Quincy Trojans boys' soccer squad went far this season, stringing together a 6-1-1 record in Feather River League and a 12-12 record overall But their toughness and will to win fell just a little flat last Thursday, Oct. 22, as they fell to Redding Christian, 6-0, in the league championship match. November 4 The Greenville High School football team finished its regular season Oct. 30 with a 40-20 home win over Princeton. The victory elevated the Indians' record to 6-4 overall and 5-2 in league . play. The win also placed Greenville in third place in the California Conference South The Indians will advance to the first round of playoffs this Friday in an away game against Big Valley. November 11 The Feather River College men's soccer team took down College of the Redwoods and Butte last week to retain the number-one spot in the Golden Valley Conference standings. FRC hosted Redwoods on Nov. 3, for a 6-0 shutout before traveling to Butte last Friday for a 4-1 win. The two victories improved the Golden Eagles' overall record to 13-4-1 and conference record to 8-1. November 18 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. November 25 Exciting. Tension-packed. Amazing. Heartbreaking. Those were some of the words fans used to describe last week's Northern Section Division VI volleyball playoff match between Greenville and Mercy. Tuesday night, Nov. 17, the crowd in the Greenville High School gym watched the two evenly matched teams pitted in a seesaw battle that lasted nearly two hours. In the end, it was the Warriors from Red Bluff who emerged with a thrilling 3-2 victory. But for the Greenville girls, their final match of the season didn't really feel like a loss. December 2 It was a tough game for both the Portola Tigers and the Fall River Bulldogs last Friday night in Portola. With temperatures in the teens and splotches of snow on the field, conditions were less than ideal to say the least Ultimately, though, the Bulldogs would prevail to take the section championship with a 14-6 win over Portola. December 9 The Feather River College men's basketball team pushed its undefeated record to 11-0 last weekend, winning its third straight tournament in a row this season at Cosumnes River College. In the Nov. 23 poll, the California Community See YIR, page 6C Portola's Destiny Weaver (No. 14) and Tabitha Martinez (No. 1) work together to try to get past Chester defender Brenah Oelacour (No. 20) on Oct. 21 in Portola. Photo by Greg Knight August 12 YIR, from page2C For the first time since he was a sophomore at Feather July 22 River College, family, A trio of Plumas County friends and fans of Cody iootball players, Chester's Anderson gotthe chance to Jeremiah White and see him pitch -- this time in Quincy's Craig Martynn and a major league game Bram DeMartile, played in Saturday, July 1, as his tile 2015 Lions All-Star Indians squad took on the [0otball game Saturday, July Oakland Athletics at the ] 8, in Oroville. Oakland Coliseum. ,July 29 The Quincy VooDoo Dolls softball team made a valiant .~tand last weekend at the annual Greenville women's ~oftball tournament, though ~he squad fell in two games o{ the double elimination ~:Lwmat competition. August 5 For Sarah Ritchie and the 'volleyball program at Feather River College, the game is about more than winning -- it's also about giving back to the high schools and players in Plumas County and Northern California via the college's annual volleyball camp. The camp, which is now in its fifth year, was held last week at the college athletic center and featured not only the Quincy Lady Trojans and Portola Lady Tigers, but also teams from Westwood, Modoc and Willows. August 19 For one former San Francisco 49ers player, giving back to the community of Chester, where he lives seasonally, is just the right thing to do. That player, Jeff Stover, was a defensive lineman for the Niners between 1982 and 1988. Now retired, Stover spends time in northern Plumas County each year -- where he sayshe plays a lot of golf. 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