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Bulletin, Record, Progressive, Reporter Wednesday, May 4, 2016 lC ,.. iiiiThe FRC softball team gathers coach Meredith Aragon before Williams .'.'. in the outfield around head a recent game. Photo by Toni Jake Jacobson Sports Writer sports@plumasnews.com The Feather River College softball team fmished its conference campaign with a win over College of the Siskiyous to earn a share of the Golden Valley Conference title. The Golden Eagles swept their fmal series at Siskiyous, winning the first game by a score of 12-4 and the second game by a tally of 3-1. In the first game, Danielle Ortiz led the way for FRC at the plate, going 3-for-5 with three runs scored and an RBI. Cristal Perez was also an impact player in the ballgame for FRC. The sophomore second baseman had a double and a home run with a total of five RBIs. Morgan Greene threw the complete game for FRC, allowing four runs, all earned, on six hits, four walks, and three strikeouts. In the second game, Kaitlyn Folkers led the Golden Eagles at the plate. The sophomore third baseman went 2-for-4 with one run scored and an RBI. Torri Parman had the only other RBI for FRC. Annie Enos had a double and Danielle Ortiz had a triple. Greene also pitched a complete game in the second game, allowing one run on eight hits, four walks, and two strikeouts. With the sweep, FRC fmished in first place along with Shasta College in the GVC standings. The Golden Eagles boast a GVC record of 14-6 as well as a 21-13 overall record. FRC has earned a berth in the California Community College Athletic Association North Regional tournament. The Golden Eagles are seeded 17th and will play a best of three-game series at Cosumnes River College in Sacramento on May 7 and 8. If FRC defeats Cosumnes River, it will move on to the North Super Regional tournament. GOLF RESULTS Graeagle Men's Golf Association (GMGA) This week was tough on golfers at Graeagle Meadows Golf Course. Due to bad weather, the Friday, April 22, Bandits and Badditos, and the Thursday, April 28, Graeagle Meadows Women's Golf Club Play Days were canceled. The Monday Madness group (12 players) and the Wednesday Men's Play Day were able to play. The game for Monday Madness was Low Net. First place was won by Jim Adams with a net 68, second was Bill Smidt with a net 71 and third was John Grasso with a net 73. For the Wednesday Men's Day most of us canceled because of predicted bad weather, however, eight golfers did play. They report that they were able to f'mish before the bad weather hit. The storm that hit later in the day closed the golf course to play on Thursday. The winners on Wednesday Men's Day were John Grasso with a net 64 and Wally Walker with a net 71. There were six skins won with John Grasso and Jim Adams winning two, and one each for Wally Walker and John Scriborski. Plumas Pines Women's Golf Club The Plumas Pines Women's Golf Club kicked off their golfmg season on Tuesday, April 26, 2016. It was a perfect golf day and the format was "Bingo-Bango-Bongo." Winners are as follows: Judy Rossi took first place with 21 1/2 points; Mary Peters won second place with 21 points; and Jackie Luckey placed third wikh 18 1/2 points. Sharon Russell was the only golfer who made two chip-ins. CASA FOR CHILDREN Plumas PROGRAM ORI Court Appointed Special Advocates are specially trained volunteers who are appointed by a judge to advocate for an abused, neglected or abandoned child. Find out how you can make a diMerence in the life ol a child. For more inlormation: 283-2227 or 283-$525 ENTATION Wednesday May 11, 2016 5:30pm-6:30pm S91 Main Street Quincy plumascasa@pcirc.corn A INv4ram of Plumas Crl~ Int erve~tl~l & R~u,-c~entiB tarse ! mmmmmmmmmmmm m 10 lb. Bag 1 Ib, 12 oz, Fresh Express Italian or Yellow Green Bell Cauliflower Leeee Mushrooms Sale prices effecUve May 6 & 7, 2016, only. Sale starts at am. Umited supply. No raimcl gs please. OPEN 7 DAYS Scm~h Bak~ c~xis A WEEK 5am-lOpm Fine Wines & Spirits All Lottery Games ~~ US Postage We accept Food Stamps 50 GRAND AVE., SUSANVILLE, CA 96130