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Bulletin, Progressive, Record, Reporter Wednesday, March 17, 2010 13B The Feather River College softball team defeated Lassen 14-0 and 8-0 last Thursday, March 11. Pictured is Brittany Potter. Photo submitted Slides happen A big avalanche was triggered on the popular Snag Run below Spanish Peak last Satur- day, March 13. This picture was taken through a spotting scope. Photo by Scott Stirling FRC wins conference opener The Feather River College softball team opened up Golden Valley Conference play last Thursday, March 11, against Lassen College. The Golden Eagles domi- nated the first game of the doubleheader behind the strong pitching of Erica Wieck. In her first no-hitter at the college level, Wieck struck out 13 batters and walked on- ly two. "Erica was fantastic to- day," said coach Josh Taylor. "She had command of her fastball and g0tahead of hit- ters  da. " :  ........ " ',' The FR'-olden Eagles jumped on the scoreboard first, as Brittany Potter start- ed the scoring with a two-run home run in the first inning. The scoring didn't stop there, as the Golden Eagles added four runs in the sec- ond inning, five in the third inning and three in the fourth inning. Offensively, Feather River was led by Dani Ming (two hits and a walk), Leah Jus- tice (two doubles), Brittany Potter (three hits, including two doubles and a home run), Chelsea Venable (three hits, including two doubles and a triple) and Alisha Perry (three hits). Also contributing offen- sively with one hit each was Shelby Watts, Tess Oliphant and Wieck. Feather River went on to win the game 14-0. Game two was similar to game one. Annalee Rubio al- so threw a no hitter, as she dominated the Cougars throughout the game. Rubio was perfect, as she walked none while striking out eight. Rubio faced the minimum amount of hitters (15) on her way to a perfect game. offensively the Golden Ea- r4s were orice again too much, astheY jumped out to an early 1-0 lead in the first inning on Potter's ground ball to the short stop. Ming once again led the at- tack, collecting four more ; Month}y reimbursement rates   as high as '940 CalI ]or rme Snformation Compare Then jo/n our team We need Foster Parents and we provide exceptional training, support and services Call Cathy at 530-966-6682 FREE 2-NIGHT VACATION! Donate Car Boat RV Motorcycle 1-8002272643 "I'm Going to Go BACK TO SCHOOL." CALSTATE TEACH Teacher Credentialing Program Learn more at our community meeting: APRIL 1, 2010 6:30 PM MEADOWVIEW SCHOOL Room 8 in Susanville hits in the second game, in- cluding a walk-off triple in the fifth inning. Venable and Potter added two hits each, while Tess Oliphant, Kayla Rozelle, A1- isha Perry and Wieck each collected one hit. Feather River went on to win the game 8-0. The Golden Eagles play a conference doubleheader at home against College of the Redwoods this Friday, March 19, at 12 p.m. and 2 p.m. Need help REPI ' can''ll find someml o can. cE:)N'Es T R u c TI 0 N General Building Contractor Calif. Lic. #453927 (530) 283-2035 1-800-482-8453 Ski tickets, lessons available Soda Springs has donated 100 tickets for the Johnsville Junior Ski Team to sell for $20 each to raise money for Jedidiah Lusk. Kim Wilbanks and George Bishop will volunteer their time to teach a learn-to-ski clinic for an additional $30 per person, March 27. Tickets are available at the Central Plumas Recreation and Parks District in Quincy and True Value in Portola. The tickets are good through the end of the sea- son, but the learn-to-ski clin- ic will only be offered March 27. The first session will be from 10 a.m. to noon, and the second session will be from 1-3 p.m. For more information, call the Central Plumas Recre- ation and Parks District at 283-3278. SEAMLESS )UI00ERS i Save decks & siding from water damage !i Downspouts water diverter . Custom installation Adds value & appeal to your house 22 Different Colors FREE ESTIMATES 257-7875 CA LIC #690120 Michael Kirack, )r Xi .'. ,