Quincy High’s boys soccer team hosted its awards night last Tuesday. The team’s coach, Colin Dillingham, gave special recognition to players who excelled throughout the season.
The players of the Feather River College women’s basketball team pose for a team photo. The team just completed its second week of the season last weekend. The women are on the road until their first home game Nov. 26 against Yuba College. Photo by Toni Williams
The Feather River College women’s basketball team started its season on the road. The last two weeks, the lady Eagles competed in tournaments at San Joaquin Delta and Cosumnes River College.
The Eagles started their season with a game against Fresno on Nov. 8 at San Joaquin Delta. Fresno, ranked No. 1 in the North Region in the California Community College Athletic Association’s preseason poll, took down the Eagles 97-34.
“I wanted to show the girls what the best team looks like,” commented FRC’s coach, Haley White. “Now we know what we have to strive for. Also, we’ll be better prepared for conference play.”
Fishing in isolated ponds
Question: As our creeks dry up, ponds are formed, with some of them at the road culverts. Is it legal to fish these ponds with a pole, by hand or a dip net?
Mt. Huff Golf Course
While a prolonged period of sunny and mild weather may be of concern to some, it is certainly popular with local golfers! An excellent turnout came to Mt. Huff Golf Course for the Wednesday Morning Scramble on Nov. 14.
In first place at nine under par were team members Bill McRoberts, Don McConnell and Dick Grace.
Chester High School’s football came to an abrupt end Tuesday, Nov. 19.
The California Interscholastic Federation (CIF) was notified by Chester High School that the team played an ineligible player in its playoff game against Etna on Nov. 15. Chester won the game, 35-20.
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