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Bulletin, Record, Progressive, Reporter Wednesday, April 20, 2016 lC High school baseball & softball -- Page 2C Rotary golf registration information -- Page 4C AND !: Golden Eagles win first ever home beach match ":i" Jake Jacobson i' i" ~ Sports Writer INSIDE SE ION C: FEATURING THE ACTION AROUND PLUMASCOUNTY m . The Feather River College sand volleyball team defeated Coast Conference opponent Sierra College by a score of 4-1, April 14, at FRC. This was the first ever sand volleyball match played at FRC. The Golden Eagles host one more home match this year. "This was a huge win for us," said FRC head coach Sarah Ritchie. "We had a great crowd turnout. This win solidified us a spot in the NorCal Beach Playoffs." in beach volleyball, each team is made up of five ranked pairs, with each pair See FRC, page 6C The Feather River College sand volleyball team awaits the start of its inaugural home match against Sierra College on April 14. Photos by Jake Jacobson GOLF RESULTS Mt. Huff Golf Those April Showers, well, they break long enough to allow a great Wednesday Morning Scramble on April 13. First place team in the competitions at ten under par was the team of Tom Gossett, Wayne Lichti, Henry Martin and Ron Carter. In second place at five under, par were team member Don Mcconneil, Matt Taborski, Jeff Stevens and Gary Metzdorf. Closest to the pin was hit by Gary Metzdorf and there was a four-way chip-in tie between Ron Carter, Dick Grace, Jeff Stevens and Ron Christenson. A lot of the golfers stayed for Eric's lunch, which was great. Please come join us at 10 a.m. (sign-up is at 9:30 a.m. and tee-off is at 10 a.m.). stay for lunch, too. The Friday Evening Scramble will be starting soon. Watch this space. Graeagle Men's Golf Association Graeagle Meadows Golf Course opened on Friday, April 14. A total of 50 golfers played the first day, many from other clubs in the area that had not yet opened for the season. On Monday, April 11, the was held. There were 18 competitors who played a two-person scramble format. The team of Jim Adams and Dick Eck tied for first with the team of Karen and George Fraser with 63s. Taking second was the team of Bev and Jim Reynolds with a 65. On Wednesday, April 13, an early season golf opportunity was seized by an intrepid group of 16 As the weather warms, the first Monday MadnessGraeagle golfers. The time will be earlier. Oh: and competitign of. e season ........... weather was windy and cool with some stiff gusts. Although the Graeagle greens are in surprisingly good shape for this early in the year, they putt very slowly. Consequently, almost everybody was short to very short with putts. The day was won by Jim Adams with a nice net 67 (gross 79 from the combo tees), Jack Castleton and John Sciborski finished tied with competitive 68s net. The post round attitude adjustment period was successful.,:: With the season off and running, Graeagle Men's Club will host a tournament every Monday (Monday Madness), every Wednesday (Men's Day) and Friday (Bandits and Badditos) throughout the season, weather permitting. To have your golf results and club news included in this weekly section, email the information to by Friday at noon. , ........