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Feather River Eagles volleyball is still working magic on the court

Freshman Brooke Michaels serves as Eagle teammates hold their breath watching for the outcome. Photo by Ashley Grogan

The 2017 Eagles volleyball team is one winning team. The ladies are perched at the top of the Golden Valley League with a conference record of 8-0 and 22-5 overall.

As a team, the Eagles are averaging 13 kills per set and showing great teamwork with 12.53 assists per set. Added up, the Eagles have delivered 1,199 kills to opponents in the 27 matches they have played this season, 2913 overall attacks and served up 173 aces.

There is one home game left on the season’s schedule and one more opportunity to see the Eagles play in Quincy, and that is this Friday, Nov. 3, against College of the Redwoods at 6 p.m. The Eagles will surely be in the Northern California Regional Playoffs on Saturday, Nov. 18 and Tuesday,  Nov. 21. The location is not yet decided.

Should the FRC ladies prevail, they will compete in the state championships Dec. 2 and 3 in Fairfield at Solano College.

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