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Lassen High School

  • Basketball camp provides fun, learning for local youth

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    A group of campers compete in a scrimmage during last year’s Camp Grizz youth basketball camp. This year’s camp will take place from Monday, June 16 to Thursday, June 19 at Lassen High School. File photo

    June 11 — It might not be basketball season, but local children can still play the game they love while improving their skills at Camp Grizz.

    The annual youth basketball camp will be held from Monday, June 16 to Thursday, June 19 at Lassen High School.

     

    Children ages 8 to 11 will participate in camp from 8:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m., while children ages 12 to 14 will go from 1 to 5 p.m.

     

    Campers will be placed on teams of no more than 10 with a trained camp counselor. Counselors will provide constant supervision and act as positive role models to all campers.

     

  • Grizzlies baseball takes down Corning, advances to semi-finals

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    Weston Ormachea throws the ball to first base.  Photo by Maddie Musante

     May 17 — The Lassen Grizzlies are moving  up in the Northern Section Division II baseball playoffs.

    The varsity team hosted Corning High School for a round-one playoff game at Memorial Park on Friday, May 16 and sent the Cardinals packing with a 13-3 loss.

     

    Things started off a little slow for the Grizzlies, as Corning’s lead batter hit a triple off an error and was then hit home by the second batter in Corning’s lineup, giving the Cardinals a one-run lead going into the second inning.

     

     

  • Grizzlies dominate Anderson, 48-7, in first playoff game

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    Case Bennett runs the ball to the end zone to score a touchdown for the Lassen High School Grizzlies during their home playoff football game against Anderson High School on Friday, Nov. 14. Photo by Maddie Musante

    Nov. 15 — The Lassen High School varsity football team made quick work of the Anderson High School Cubs on Friday night. Lassen won the round-one playoff game, 48-7.

    It wasn't until the fourth quarter that the Grizzlies allowed the Cubs to put some points on the board, as Lassen sat comfortably with a 48-0 lead at the end of the third quarter.

    The Grizzlies will now move on to play West Valley High School, the number-two seed, at West Valley on Friday, Nov. 21.

  • Grizzlies to host first playoff game this Friday

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    Kenny Jones runs toward the end zone with the football during the Grizzlies' home game against Central Valley High School on Friday, Nov. 7.Photo by Maddie Musante

    Nov. 12 — The Lassen High School varsity football team, which is the number-three seed in the Division III playoffs, will host Anderson High School (number six seed) for its first playoff game at 7 p.m. Friday, Nov. 14.

    The Grizzlies head into the playoffs after winning the Northern Athletic League championship with a 4-1 record.

    If Lassen beats Anderson, the team will move on to play the winner of Friday night's game between West Valley and Yreka high schools Friday, Nov. 21.

  • Lady Grizzlies basketball to host fun night of scrimmages

    Nov. 20 — The Lassen High School girl’s basketball boosters are hosting their annual Lady Grizz Madness night tonight, Thursday, Nov. 20.

    The fun begins at 6 p.m. in the Lassen High School gym with all three girl’s basketball teams playing inter-squad scrimmages.

     

    There will be a dessert auction, as well as a live auction, which begins at 7:30 p.m.

  • Lady Grizzlies push Gridley aside in round one of playoffs, move on to Anderson

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    Mikailia Bustamante jumps up to make a layup during the Lady Grizzlies’ home playoff game against Gridley High School on Tuesday, Feb. 25. The Lady Grizzlies won the round-one playoff game, 64-48.  Photo by Maddie Musante

     

    Feb. 28 — Round one of the Northern Section Division IV High School Girl’s Basketball Playoffs was a breeze for the Lady Grizzlies.

    The Lassen ladies hosted Gridley High School in the Cave on Tuesday, Feb. 25, and sent Gridley packing with a 64-48 loss.

     

    Sara Carson was the high scorer for the Lady Grizzlies with 16 points and six steals. Miranda Langenhorst got a double-double with 12 points and 13 rebounds. Mikailia Bustamante also got a double-double, 12 points and 10 rebounds. Carissa Shaffer scored nine points.

     

    The Lady Grizzlies moved on to play the Anderson High School Lady Cubs in Anderson on Thursday, Feb. 27. Lassen narrowly lost its last game against Anderson, so Jessica Larson, Lassen High School varsity girl's basketball coach, said she was looking forward to a good game.

     

    It turns out the Lady Grizzlies didn’t pull off the upset. The Lady Cubs put an end to Lassen’s playoff run, sending the Lady Grizzlies home with a 60-41 loss.

     

    The team ended it’s season with a 12-15 overall record.

     

    This is an abbreviated version of the full article, which will be published in the Tuesday, March 4 edition of the Lassen County Times.

     

  • Lady Grizzlies softball players receive awards

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    Lassen High School varsity softball coach Paul Moore presents Danica Guillen with an award during the team's awards ceremony dinner Wednesday, June 4. Photo by Maddie Musante

    June 5 - The Lassen High School varsity softball team held an awards ceremony to celebrate a successful season Wednesday, June 4 at the Pizza Factory in Susanville.

     

    In addition to discussing the season and recognizing the hard work of parents, players and coaches, head coach Paul Moore also presented the team with awards.

     

    The award winners are as follows:

     

    MaxPreps.com Player of the Year - Carli Lewis

     

    Senior Award – Kelsey Pinneo

     

    Most Improved – Jessica Richard

     

  • Lady Grizzlies softball team is raring to go

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    Taylor Knect rounds second base during one of the Lady Grizzlies’ home games last season. Knecht is one of three All-League players returning to this year’s Lassen High varsity softball team.  Photo by Maddie Musante 

    March 7 — Softball season has barely begun for the Lassen High School Lady Grizzlies, but the team has already set high standards for itself.

    After an incredibly successful season last year, the Lady Grizzlies have set their sights on a second consecutive league championship, as well as the section championship.

     

    “This first goal is always to win the league, and then the second goal is to win the section. They’ve got to come in that order, so our focus is going to be all about winning the league right now,” said Lassen High School varsity girl’s softball coach Paul Moore.

     

    They’re lofty goals, but Moore is confident the team is more than skilled enough to get the job done.

     

    Right now the team is made up of a healthy mixture of seniors and juniors, with one sophomore. However, Moore says there may still be a few more additions to the roster.

  • Lassen boy's soccer celebrates the season

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    The Lassen High School boy’s soccer team held an end-of-the-season awards ceremony in the Lassen High Student Center on Thursday, March 20. The 2013-2014 team included Andy Wotjen, back left, Jon Langston, Cyrus White, Michael Pelfrey, Josh Schmidt, Jason Lilly, Jake Morgan, Jayce Gray, Carson Friedline, Garrison Collier, Jesus Garibo, Robert Pelfrey, Carlos Hernandez, Bo Morgan, Eric Helpingstine, Spencer Frederickson, front left, Wyatt Bollinger, Clayton Williams, Kaden Goforth, Jonathan Hernandez, Anthony Connell, Rafael Hechurie and Dalton Reed. Not pictured is Max McBride.  Photo by Maddie Musante

    Tuesday, March 25 — The Lassen High School boy’s soccer team celebrated the 2013-2014 season with an awards ceremony in the Lassen High Student Center on Thursday, March 20.

    Lassen High head boy’s soccer coach Andrew Fisher handed out awards to several players, some of which were decided by the team and its coaches, and some given out by the Northern Athletic League.

     

    The award for Best Offensive Player went to Jake Morgan who averages .462 goals per game this season, as well as .462 assists.

     

    Dalton Reed received the award for Best Defensive Player. 

    Garrison Collier was named the Most Improved Player.

  • Lassen High School to hold freshman football orientation

    June 5 — The Lassen High School football program is holding orientation for freshman football players at 5 p.m. Tuesday, June 10 in the Lassen High School weight room.

  • Lassen softball tournament to be rescheduled

    Thursday, March 27 — The Lassen High School softball tournament that was scheduled to take place tomorrow and Saturday at Lassen College and Riverside Park has been cancelled due to the rainy weather forecast.

    According to head coach Paul Moore, the tournament games will be made up at a date yet to be determined.

     

  • Volleyball open gym starts tomorrow

    June 16 — The Lassen High School volleyball program will be hosting gym sessions starting tomorrow, Tuesday, June 16.

    Open gym will be from 5 to 7 p.m. Tuesdays and Thursday. Girls interested in trying out for the high school team are encouraged to attend.

     

    Tryouts for the high school volleyball team will be from Aug. 12 to Aug. 14. Students must have a sports physical to try out.

     

    Beginning Tuesday, June 24 there will be open gym session from 4 to 5 p.m. for sixth- to eighth-grade girls.


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