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Herlong High School softball is stepping up its game

April 22 — The Herlong High School softball team is proving to be a competitive force this season.

The team, coached by Dave Thurber, is made up of mostly junior and freshman players, with only one senior, Faith Allen, and two sophomores. However, the Lady Vikings’ lack of seniors hasn’t hindered its success in any way.

 

The team currently has an overall record of 3-4 and a league record of 2-2, which is already a big improvement from last year’s overall record of 1-7-1 and league record of 0-7-1.

 

If anyone is happy about the team’s improvement and recent success, it’s head coach Thurber, who began coaching the team last year and is thrilled with how far his players have come.

 

Fully Wooly Fun Day kicks off horse events season

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Paula Barr, on Amigo, competes in the poles event at Fully Wooly Fun Day on Saturday, April 12.  Photo by Maddie Musante

April 21 — The Honey Lake Valley Riders equestrian club could not have picked a more perfect day to kick off their 2014 season of horse events.

More than a dozen riders showed up to Janesville Park to participate in Fully Wooly Fun Day in the sunny, spring weather Saturday, April 12.

 

The events for riders ages 4 to 12 began with a contest and award for the fuzziest horse, which went to Tati Woltjen and her pony, Rocket Pony.

 

Fully Wooly Fun Day then continued on with barrels, poles, hurry scurry and an Easter basket race.

 

Riders competed across eight categories and age groups: lead line, beginner, ages 5 to 7, ages 8 to 10, ages 11 to 13, ages 14 to 17, 18 and older and “over the hill.”

 



DuChateau named Lassen College women's soccer coach

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Roman DuChateau has been named Lassen Community College's new head women's soccer coach.  Photo by Maddie Musante

 April 16 — Lassen Community College has hired a head women’s soccer coach for the 2014 season.

Roman DuChateau brings years of coaching experience with him to Lassen College and plans to rebuild the women’s soccer program.

 

Originally from Sacramento, DuChateau played soccer for Consumnes River College before transferring to California State University Stanislaus, where he continued his soccer career. After graduating from Stanislaus, DuChateau began coaching youth club soccer with the Placer United Soccer Club, based in Roseville. In 2007, he joined the United Football Academy in Reno before heading to Asia where he worked with professional youth academy teams and high schools. DuChateau has also been a director of goalkeeping and senior coach at Two Rivers Soccer Camp in Graeagle for the past decade.

 

Local youth skiers excel on the slopes

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Kylie Kersh is ready at the start line of  a slalom race. Kersh has been racing for five years and is the number-one skier on her squad, the Blizzard Wizards.  Photo submitted

April 7 — Two local students have been gaining speed and skill on the ski slopes.

Kylie Kersh and Rhys Cooper, both of Susanville, are members of the Johnsonville Ski Team, based out of Graeagle, and having been making a name for themselves in ski competitions in the Tahoe area.

 

Kersh, a seventh-grader, has been racing for about five years, while Cooper, a third-grader, is in his first year on the team.

 

 

Recently, Kersh finished seventh overall on the team in competition and Cooper finished 16th. Both of the young skiers qualified to compete in the Buddy Werner championships Sunday, April 6 at Alpine Meadows.

21st annual Paiute Meadows run promises outdoor fun

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Sean and Claire Buehler run side-by-side during last year’s Paiute Meadows Run for Trails. This year, the 21st annual Paiute Meadows trail events will take place May 17.  File photo

April 3 — Spring is here and that means it’s time to get outside, breathe the fresh mountain air and enjoy our local trails.

The 21st annual Paiute Meadows Run for Trails is scheduled for May 17 and is a great way to celebrate spring, trails and a healthy, active lifestyle.

 

The event will have seven walk/runs for people of all ages and will take place at Susanville Ranch Park. There will be a 4.5-mile adult run, a 4.5-mile run for people ages 18 and younger, a two-mile adult run, a two-mile run for people ages 18 and younger, a two-mile walk, a one-mile senior walk and one-mile run for children ages 12 and younger.


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