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2C Wednesday, April 6, 2016 Bulletin, Record, Progressive, Reporter .. FRC pushes winning streak to 10 games ' with wins over Redwoods Jake Jacobson With the 13-2, 10-2 and 5-2 SportsWriter wins, FRC took the top spot sports@piumasnews.com in the Golden Valley Conference from Butte The Feather River College College. The Golden Eagles baseball team pushed its now possess a record of 12-1 winning streak to 10 games in conference play and 17-7 with three wins over overall, leading Butte (12-2) conference opponent College by just half a game in the of the Redwoods• standings, In the first game on April 1, Lutz roped a triple• way for FRC at the plate• with the save. Brad Galisatus started on the Eldredge and Mikey Rita Lutz went 3-for-4 with twoPeterson and Campbell mound for the Golden Eagles• each had three RBIs, RexRBIs, two runs scored and a led the way for FRC The sophomore right-hander Campbell had two RBIs, and walk. Larsen went 3-for-5,offensively• Campbell threw eight complete Shearer and Daniel Fentriss with two doubles, two runswent 3-for-5 with one run innings, allowing one run on had one RBI each. scored and three RBIs. scored• Peterson went eight hits, no walks and In thesecond game on Peterson went 3-for-5 with3-for-5 with an RBI and a struck out seven• April 1, Brandon Vial started ' four RBIs. Trenton Stowerun scored• Tanner Andoe came in to on the mound• Vial went six had a double and one RBI. Mikey Rita had two RBIs close and allowed one run on complete inningS, allowing Shearer went 2-for-2 with and Larsen and Lutz had one two hits and struck out one. two runs on three hits, two a double• each. ' Offensively, Kama walks and struck out one. In the final game, played Rita, Larsen and Fentriss• Eldredge led the way, going Jose Melendez came in for on April 2, Keoki Planas each had a stolen base in 4-for-4 with three RBIs and the save, throwing threegot the start on the mound, the game. three runs scored• innings and allowing no Planas went eight innings,FRC will play next against Peter Shearer and Keola runs on one hit, no walks allowing two runs on sevenLassen on April 8 at home Lutz had the only extra and struck out one. hits and struck out five. before traveling to Lassen on base hits in the ballgame. Lutz, Chase Larsen and Justin Watland pitched April 9. Shearer hit a double and Jeremy Peterson led the one inning and was credited m Cristal Perez of FRC slides into second base in the Golden Eagles' 3-2 win over the College of the Redwoods on April 1. ° Golden Eagles sweep :: Si kiyous, plit series with Redwoods .. The Feather River College softball team sits atop the Golden Valley Conference standings with a record of 7-3 after defeating two conference opponents• FRC ace Morgan Greene pitches the ball against the College of the Redwoods on April 1. The Golden Eagles won the game 3-2. Photos by Jake Jacobson The first place Golden •.. Eagles took down the College -. of the Redwoods 3-2 on April 1 : at home, before falling in the • : second game of the double- " : header 9-8 to the Corsairs• On April 2, FRC took on another league opponent, College of the Siskiyous, in a • :: doubleheader at FRC. • :" : The Golden Eagles took .. : both games against .- ;- Siskiyous. In the first game, FRC won 3-2 before taking the. : second game 9-5 to improve to " 12-10 overall and 7-3 in conference play; No statistics were available at press time. . . FRC will play next against " Lassen at home in a - " doublehehder on April 8, ':.:: : : before hosting Shasta on • April 9. 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