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Bulletin, Record, Progressive, Reporter Wednesday, April 3, 20i3 lC AND INSlDE SECTION C: FEATURING THE ACTION AROUNDP.LUMAS COUNTY' t Feather River's pitcher Matt Thomas hurls the ball down the plate during the Eagles' series against the College of the Siskiyous last weekend. The Eagles took Siskiyous by one run in the first game, but lost the last two. Photos by James Wilson FRC's baseball team gathers at the plate to high five Jake Bray as he gets to home plate. m James Wilson record is 8-4 in conference Sports Reporter and 15-11 overall."We now start the second half of conference play in first The Feather River College place and we look to continue baseball team faced something getting better as a team," said last weekend it isn't much the Eagles' coach Terry used to; defeat. Baumgartner. FRC hosted the College of The Eagles have eight the Siskiyous in a three game conference games remaining, series and the Golden Eagles with three teams hot on their managed just one victory, trail for first place in The Eagles defeated conference. Shasta, Butte and Siskiyous 5-4 in the first the College of the Siskiyous game, but lost the next two 4-1 are all 6-6: Two losses to any of and 9-6. those teams means the Eagles The losses were just a would share the top spot. minor setback to the Eagles' "Every team in our season, as they are on top of conference is much the Golden Valley Conference improved," Baumgartnersaid. standings. Feather River's "We get everYone's best shot each game, so our players rally by Siskiyous in the top of The pitching on both teams a grounder which brought need to start matching our the eighth, fell behind by one. was top notch. Jace Puckett Bray and Asher home. opponents' focus and In the bottom of the eighth pitched the first six innings The Eagles were up 5-1 before determination if we want to Mike Egami singled to bring for Feather River and allowed Siskiyous began to rally. win the conference for the Cody Bonner home and tie the just four hits. The Eagles Siskiyous scored two runs in seventh year in a'row." game. Finally in the ninth, rotated between three other both the sixth and seventh to The Eagles' losses to when it looked like it would pitchers to close the game and tie the game. In the eighth the Siskiyous came at the ends of go into extra innings, allow three more runs. visiting team scored three runs the games. FRC put runs on Kaalekahi flied out to center Bray, one of the Eagles'to take the lead. Finally the board early, but ultimately field to bring Asher home and power hitters, started the Siskiyous finished offthe stumbled in the late innings, win the game. final game against Siskiyous Eagles in the fmal inning with Feather River started the In the second game with a triple. Bray nearly one more run. series with a double header Siskiyous steadily overcame knocked the ball outof the The Eagles are finished with March 29. In the first inning the Golden Eagles. Both teams park and brought Sierra and their three-game series for the the Eagles managed to get two scored a Single run in the Grant Mattes home. season. Feather River will runs. Jose Sierra and second inning. KaalekahiBoth teams scored a single play the four other Golden Chadwick Kaalekahi both made it home off a double by run in the third. The Eagles Valley Conference teams in singled and advanced Jake Jeremy Rosenthal. 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