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Our final play day of the year was Sept. 30. The game was Cha, Cha, Cha, which is one best ball on the first hole, two best balls on the second hole and three best balls on the third hole, then repeating throughout the course. Congratulations to Joyce Ayres, Karen DeMoe and Sharon Auge who made up the winning team. Karen DeMoe birdied #7. Lunch at the clubhouse was followed by a surprise baby shower for Kathi Shennan who is expecting her first granddaughter. It was a fun day for all.
The sideline was packed at Quincy’s soccer field last Saturday, when the Quincy and Portola boys’ and girls’ soccer teams met for back-to-back matches amid homecoming celebrations.
All the spectators from Quincy and Portola were treated to two very good matches.
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English goalkeeper Tony Wakeford makes a spectacular save for Feather River College. Photo by Toni Williams
9/29/2010 - In professional soccer, they say to play for a tie on the road and a win at home.
Well, FRC soccer deserved a win at Las Positas Wednesday, Sept. 22, but had to settle for one point and a 1-1 draw against the Hawks.
Take a Number
If you read a fishing report expecting to read about numbers of fish and how big they were, I may disappoint you this week. There will be no numbers in this column.
Recently, I fished the North Fork of the Feather River with my wife. We went out in the middle of the day. It was cloudy and I was hopeful we would find some bug hatches and feeding fish.
The Feather River College football team looked better than ever at home last Saturday, when the Golden Eagles posted a convincing 56-7 victory over Solano College.
With solid-white uniforms and unadorned helmets, the FRC football team sported a clean new look, mirroring the fresh feel of a team under new and improved leadership.
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