• Cougars head to regional playoffs as number 10 seed

    Feb. 25 — After attending a meeting with other conference representatives yesterday, Lassen Community College men’s basketball coach Devin Aye announced the Cougars are seeded number 10 and will travel to play Consumnes River College at 7 p.m. Friday, Feb. 28.


    Consumnes River has an overall record of 22-8 and the Cougars have an overall record of 19-13. However, Lassen has won two out of its last three match-ups with Consumnes River.


    If the Cougars win Friday’s game, they will move on the play either Fresno City College, Foothill College or De Anza College in round three on Saturday, March 1.


    To view the official 2014 California Community College Athletic Association men’s basketball Northern California regional bracket, visit cccaasports.org/sports/mbkb/2013-14/2014_MENS_NORCAL_REGIONAL_BRACKET.pdf.

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


    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 to host Corning in round one of baseball playoffs

    May 14 — The Lassen High School varsity baseball team has secured the number-three seed in the Northern Section Division II playoffs. 

    The team will host Corning High School at 4 p.m. Friday, May 16 at Memorial Park.

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




    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 Jacks crush Princeton in playoff game


    Westwood’s Yesenia Melendrez prepares to shoot a basket as defenders from the Princeton High School girl’s basketball team attempt to block her. The Westwood Lady Jacks won their playoff game against Princeton, 56-35, on Friday, Feb. 28.  Photo by Maddie Musante


    March 1 — The Westwood Lady Jacks’ winning streak continues.

    On Friday, Feb 28, the Westwood High School girl’s basketball team hosted Princeton High School for a round two Northern Section Division VI playoff game. Westwood had a bye in the first week of playoffs.

    Although the game was neck-and-neck throughout the first quarter with the score often tied, the Lady Jacks dominated the last three quarters and celebrated a 56-35 win at the end of the night. 



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