In a snowy semifinal playoff game Friday night, the Quincy High School football team defeated Modoc, 14-12.
Fall bird watching has some aspects unlike any other season in Plumas County.
This is the time of year when raptors leave their northern breeding grounds to search for food no longer available to them in areas covered in snow.
Some of these raptors come to our valleys to hunt for small mammals and other prey.
The Portola High School volleyball team, seeded third in the Division V playoffs, eliminated second-seeded Los Molinos on the road Thursday night.
In the second round of volleyball playoffs Tuesday, Portola narrowly defeated East Nicolaus in five games, while Greenville and Chester were each eliminated.
The Golden Eagles captured first place in conference with an undefeated record. FRC enters the playoffs this Tuesday, Nov. 23. Photo submitted
With two final wins against Siskiyous and Lassen last week, the Feather River College volleyball team completed its regular season with a 10-0 record and won the Golden Valley Conference championship.
“It’s a very big deal,” said FRC coach Sarah Ritchie. “After taking second place three years straight, it was our time. Going undefeated makes it even more worthwhile. This is the first time ever.”
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