League ChampionsFeather Publishing
The Feather River College women’s soccer team hosted the Shasta College Knights Oct. 26, and the Knights walked away with a 3-2 conference victory.
The opening half of the match looked promising for the Lady Eagles, as they jumped out to a 2-0 lead. Sage Clark opened the scoring with a breakaway goal just eight minutes into the match.Add a comment
I made a trip to Almanor last week. We had been planning to close and winterize the family cabin on the weekend. But colder than forecast weather prompted a quick trip to make sure the pipes hadn’t frozen. (Sounded like a good excuse to me.)Add a comment
Skilled play and intense effort defined the league championship match between the Quincy and Portola boys’ soccer teams last Saturday, making for an impressive game between two very good teams.
The top-seeded Portola Tigers hosted the match and led 1-0 at halftime, but the Quincy Trojans scored three goals in the second half for a 3-1 victory.Add a comment
Is that a skunk I smell?
Sometimes a lake or stream can be red hot, but the fisherman ice cold.
That happened to me recently.
I went to my favorite fishing hole: Lake Almanor.
Almanor can be a tough lake to fish. But it has lots of fish. Many kinds of fish. And many big fish.Add a comment