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2C Wednesday, Nov. 28, 2012 Bulletin, Record, Progressive, Reporter James Wilson last week, and was just one Sports Reporter win away from reaching to sports@plumasnews.com the state championship tour- nament's final four. The Feather River College FRC hosted Santa Rosa Ju- volleyball team continued its nior College on Nov. 27. De- incredible winning streak tails of the match were not Stacey Witt focuses on the ball, ready to make her move at any moment during the Eagles' Nov. 20 match against Solano. available at press time. Cov- erage of the match can be found in next week's Sports section. With a victory over Santa Rosa, the Eagles would ad- vance to the state semi-final match Saturday, Dec. 1 at Fullerton College. The cham- pionship match is scheduled for Dec. 2. The Eagles played their first two playoff matches last week against Solano on Nov. 20 and Cabrillo on Nov. 24. FRC beat both teams in three games apiece. The Eagles currently have an amazing 31-2 record. They went undefeated in conference and haven't had to play a fourth game since Sept. 19. Solano held its own through all three games. The two teams were tied up 15-15 in the first game before FRC blasted away to win the game 25-18. The Eagles stomped Solano in the second game for a 25-9 victory. Solano had an early advan- tage in the third game and led 5-3. Feather River came back totake the game 25-20. Amber Hall led the team in kills with a total of 12. Callie Aberle contributed 10 more, along with six digs. The Eagles' setter, Marilyn Agae, had 25 assists. FRC's match against Cabrillo was an amazing feat for the Eagles. Cabrillo was seeded seventh in Northern California. The Eagles made a statement by ,beating Cabrillo in only three games. FRC dominated the first game 25-14. The second game was more even. At one point the two teams were tied 16- 16. The Eagles ,ended the game 25-21 with an ace from Agae. The third game was al- so close in the beginning, but the Eagles never tired and won 25-20. Lindsey Ball led the de- fense with 14 digs. Aberle"This is do or die time," made 12 kills and several said the team's coach, Sarah digs. Hall made 11 kills and Ritchie. "Our goal from the two blocks. Agae played phe- start of the season was to get nomenally, as always, and to the state Championship, assisted 24 times, so let's reach our goal." Olivia Schwartz serves the ball up to Cabrillo on Nov. 24. Feather River College beat the team in three games. Jessica Voyles springs to action against Cabrillo. Callie Aberle jumps up, ready to spike the ball. Aberle made 10 kills during the Eagles' game against Solano. Photos by James Wilson Portola's coach, Steve Heskett, gets Gatorade dumped onhim by his players during the last two minutes of the game. Save decks & siding from water damage Downspouts water diverter Custom installation Adds value & appeal to your house 22 Different Colors FREE ESTIMATES CA LIC #690120 Michael Kirack, Owner/Builder CONSTRUCTION, INC FOOTBALL, from page 1C intercepted the ball to once again put the Tigers at Chester's 6-yard line. Williams rushed in for his seeond touchdown of the game. Chester, behind 21-0, had the ball at its own 30-yard line with two minutes left in the half. Morris passed to Micah Bondon who carried the ball 40 yards. Morris then kept the ball two plays for a gain of 14. Rocklin Loranger rushed for four yards.. Colin Houlihan rushed for the first down. Houlihan finally rushed in for Chester's first touchdown. Bondon missed the extra point to put Chester behind 21-6 at the haft. Chester began a long drive at the beginning of the half. The Volcanoes slowly inched their way down the field with gains of five yards at a time. They weren't able to hold onto the ball, however, and Portola's Flint Fam- brough recovered another Volcano fumble. Romero shined especially Benbow rushed 27 yards for bright inthe third quarter, theTD. dodging and jumping over With a 42-13 lead, Portola's Chester's defense. Williams fans began celebrating early. rushed the ball in for Porto- The crowd and players on la's fourth touchdown and the sideline, sang "Happy his third of the night. Birthday" to coach Heskett. Kameron Osbourn ran the A couple of Portola's players ball in for a two-point con- picked up the bucket of version. Gatorade and dumped it on Lowdermitk intercepted HesketL the ball from Chester toward Once the clock ran out, the end of the third quarter, Portola's fans ran out onto The unstoppable team con- the field to celebrate with the tinued dominating the game team. Bottles of sparkling on both sides of the ball into cider were distributed and the fQurth quarter as Romero the players sprayed rushed for Portola's fifth Chester's field with the touchdown, dessert beverage. Portola Never giving up, Chester just won the championship. retaliated with a touchdown "I am very proud of how of its own. Houlihan set the my team played all in all," drive in motion with a 40- said Heskett. "This'was a yard rush. Morris completed magical year for us." the drive when he snuck his Chester's coach Hernandez way into the end zone. Bon- has high hopes for next year. don kicked the extra point. All but seven of Chester's Chester attempted an on- current team will return to side kick, but Portola recov- the field next year. ered the ball with decent "It was still a great season. field position. You can't complain about 10- With two minutes left 2. i think we're going to be in the game, Portola scored really solid for the next few its final touchdown. Tim years." 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