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Greenville football team blasts Loyalton

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Greenville’s Walker Meyers runs the ball in for a touchdown during the second half of the Indians’ 34-6 win over Loyalton last Friday. The teams were at a standoff in the first half with no points scored by either team. Photo by James Wilson
James Wilson
Sports Editor
10/25/2013

 

Though the Indians started slow against Loyalton last Friday, they finished big to win 34-6. No points were scored by either team during the first half, but Greenville came out in the second half in full force.

Walker Meyers proved a force to be reckoned with on the field. Meyers scored four of Greenville’s five touchdowns. In addition, Meyers passed for the Indians’ other touchdown. In total Meyers rushed for 97 yards and received for 136 yards.

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Student moves to U.S. to play football

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Maki Kovats, from Spain, poses with his host parents Terry and Tim Gallagher during his stay in Quincy. Kovats came to the United States with the intention of learning how to play American football. He plays for the Quincy Trojans. Photo by James Wilson
James Wilson
Sports Editor
10/25/2013
 

There were two reasons 16-year-old Maki Kovats moved to Quincy this fall from Spain: to practice his English and to learn how to play American football.

Three months into his experience here, Kovats is improving at both.

“I wanted to learn something new,” said Kovats. “We don’t have football in Spain. I’m learning a lot here. Though, I do like learning football more than learning English.”

Kovats was born and raised in Spain. His mother is a Spanish citizen and his father is American. His father, Ernie Kovats, permanently moved to Spain, where he married Maki’s mom.

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FRC events to help local woman

James Wilson
Sports Editor
10/25/2013
 

Every October, Feather River College holds a weekend of sporting events that raise money for breast cancer awareness. The annual series of events, called Dig for a Cure, is hitting home a lot closer this year. The events set for this weekend will raise funds for FRC alumna and former athlete Deedra Desentz.

Desentz, a Quincy resident, was diagnosed with breast cancer last July. Desentz recently had a double mastectomy and is currently undergoing chemotherapy. Thus, this year’s event lineup will be called Dig for Deedra, Dig for a Cure.

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California Outdoors for the week of 10/25/2013

Carrie Wilson
California Department of Fish and Wildlife

 

Deer hunting from boat

Question: Is it legal to hunt deer from a boat drifting down a river? If so, what are the parameters? Do you have to be a certain distance from shore?

Eric S.

Redding

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FRC soccer teams tie Shasta College

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Feather River College’s Thomas Cowling keeps concentrated on the ball during the Eagles’ 1-1 tie against Shasta on Oct. 8. The FRC women’s team tied Shasta 3-3 later that day. Photo by James Wilson
James Wilson
Sports Editor
10/18/2013
 

Both Feather River College soccer teams were a little off their game Tuesday, Oct. 8, against Shasta College. Feather River’s rankings and standings point to the Eagles being the better program, yet both teams finished their matches with draws.

FRC’s men tied Shasta 1-1 in a match where both goalkeepers truly showed off their abilities. FRC’s women tied with Shasta 3-3. Both of Feather River’s teams still lead the Golden Valley Conference and are undefeated in conference play.

The Feather River men’s team scored right off the bat, sending Shasta a message. Justin Hughes got one in off an assist by Seon Ripley. Shasta evened up the score at the end of the first half.

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