Friday afternoon's series finale between Folsom Lake and Sierra looked like a 10-run blowout until the Falcons rallied for eight unanswered runs over the final four innings to make for a very interesting game.
The Falcons traveled to Rocklin on Thursday for game two of their series against Sierra, but came home with a loss as the Wolverines pounded the Falcons' pitchers for 19 hits en route to a 15-9 final score.
The FLC men's tennis team entered the Regional playoffs as the #4 seeded team, but couldn't use the home court to their advantage as they fell to the visiting Pirates, 8-1, on Tuesday afternoon at Falcon Tennis Complex.
Hoping to salvage one game of their series against Big 8 leader Delta College, the Falcons found themselves in a tight contest on Saturday afternoon until the Mustangs erupted for 14 runs in the seventh inning to blow open the game, 18-4, in Stockton.
The red-hot Falcons won their fourth consecutive tournament and made it 7-out-of-8 in Big 8 Conference Tournaments with their dominating performance on Wednesday afternoon at Wildhorse Golf Club in Davis.
The Falcon softball team had a chance to pull out of the cellar and into a tie with their opponent, Diablo Valley, on Tuesday, but anemic hitting left them four runs short as they fell to the Vikings, 5-1 in Pleasant Hill.
Despite playing in conditions better suited for a duck, the FLC men's golf team shot their lowest team score of the season on their way to victory in Big 8 Tournament #4 on a rainy Monday at Chardonnay Golf Club in Napa.
The Folsom Lake men's golf team finally played the way coach Barry Zarecky had been expecting them to on Wednesday afternoon, and the outcome was a comfortable 12-stroke victory in Big 8 Tournament #5 at Windsor Golf Club.
The FLC men’s tennis team, which enjoyed a first-round bye in the Big 8 Conference playoffs as a #2 seed, held serve on Tuesday afternoon as they defeated #3 seed Diablo Valley College , 7-2, at the Falcon Tennis Complex.