FRC baseball players achieve academically

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The Feather River College baseball team placed seven players on the California Community College Baseball Coaches Association’s Academic All-State Team for 2014.

The all-state team is made up of sophomores from the 2013 and 2014 seasons and the Golden Eagles led the team with the seven selections. The Golden Eagles placed three pitchers on the team, one catcher, two infielders and one outfielder.

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Quincy man bowls a perfect game

Tim Kelley bowls one more strike for a score of 300. Kelley bowled a perfect game March 6 at La Sierra Lanes. He is the 12th person to bowl a perfect game at the East Quincy bowling alley since it opened in 1976. Photo by James Wilson
James Wilson
Sports Editor

It doesn’t happen often. In fact, since La Sierra Lanes, East Quincy’s bowling alley, opened in 1976, it’s only happened a dozen times. Last Thursday, Tim Kelley became the 12th person to ever hit a perfect score of 300 at the East Quincy establishment.

“I really couldn’t tell you what I was thinking before I bowled that last strike,” said Kelley. “I just wanted to knock it down.”

Kelley has been teased by the prospect of a perfect game before. He previously bowled two games in which he scored 299, missing only the final strike. This last game, however, Kelley bowled the 12th strike for the perfect game.

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California Outdoors for the week of 3/14/2014

Carrie Wilson
California Department of Fish and Wildlife

Hunting for survival
    Question: If a person in California found himself in an emergency survival situation, and had to take California wildlife in an otherwise illegal manner in order to survive, do the various California Department of Fish and Wildlife or other laws specifically describe an exemption for such exigent circumstances?

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Chester girls lose final game of season

James Wilson
Sports Editor


“Well, we didn’t really play that well the first half,” said Chester girls’ basketball coach John Potter on the Lady Volcanoes’ final game of the season. “I was proud how the girls ended the second half, though. They really fought back.”

Chester made it into the Division VI playoffs seeded 12th with a 4-20 overall record. On Feb. 26, the Lady Volcanoes took on the No. 5 seed, Maxwell, and lost 60-28 due to an abysmal first half.

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