FRC Soccer Ranked #12 in Nation

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The Feather River College men’s soccer team made FRC history this year by ending the regular season ranked No. 12 in the nation. Last Saturday, Nov. 19, they traveled to Modesto to play Modesto Jr. College who was ranked No. 5 in the state and No. 10 in the nation. FRC would play without three starters due to a one-match suspension of the players who were given a second caution in the match vs. Lassen College the previous Friday.

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California Outdoors for the week of 11/24/2011

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Hunting from bicycle

Question: I will soon be taking off to the mountains from the valley floor to do some mountain quail and tree squirrel hunting. In past years, after arriving at hunting camp, most of my hunting was done on foot and so I couldn’t cover much ground in a day.

Last year I took my grandson with me to start teaching him a little about gun safety, hunting and camping in the wild. After walking for a while he got tired though and wanted to rest. We were walking along a logging road and he told me that he wished he had his bicycle with him. This got me to thinking that with a bike I could cover much more area, be basically silent, use no fossil fuel and get some much-needed exercise to boot.

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Local volleyball teams finished

11/17/2011 -

In the quarterfinals of the Division V volleyball playoffs Tuesday, Nov. 15, Portola and Quincy were each eliminated. The Portola Tigers lost at home to Mt. Shasta, 3-1, and the Quincy Trojans lost on the road to U-Prep, 3-0. For more information, see next week's sports section.

FRC women undefeated in league play

11/16/2011 - 
The Feather River College volleyball team looks to be a contender in this year’s playoffs. The Golden Eagles have captured back-to-back undefeated Golden Valley Conference championships. Photo submitted

For the second straight year, the Feather River College women’s volleyball team has won the Golden Valley Conference title with a perfect 10-0 record.

The Golden Eagles swept their final three games against Redwoods, Siskiyous and Lassen, bringing their overall record to 21-7.

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Portola football wins, Chester and Quincy out

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Of the three football teams from Plumas County competing in the first
round of the Division IV playoffs Thursday night, Nov. 10, Portola
High School advanced to the semifinals, while Chester and Quincy were
each eliminated.

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