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Iron Pit Fight Team to host 10th High Desert Brawl

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Members of the Iron Pit Fight team pose for a photo to promote the upcoming High Desert Brawl, which is scheduled to take place Saturday, Aug. 16 at Diamond Mountain Casino. Photo by Maddie Musante

June 25 — After taking a one-year hiatus, the Iron Pit Fight Team is once again hosting its popular fight night  at Diamond Mountain Casino — the High Desert Brawl.

The brawl is scheduled to take place Aug. 16 and will feature many local fighters who will face opponents from all over the western United States.

 

According to the team’s coach and event organizer, Rudy Valentine, eight Iron Pit fighters are scheduled to fight right now, but Valentine is still looking for opponents for some of them.

 

“We’ve got guys coming from Oregon, down south and Nevada, so we’re spread all over … we’ve also, I think, got a team from Idaho that will probably be coming down,” he said.

This the 10th year Iron Horse Gym’s fight team has put on the event. 

 

Former Grizzly baseball player receives high honors from West Coast Conference

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Quinton Perry is up to bat for the Santa Clara Broncos during a game against Saint Mary’s College of California on May 18. Perry is a former Lassen High School baseball player and recently wrapped up a phenomenal baseball season for the Broncos. Photo by Denis Concordel

June 20 — After graduating from Lassen High School in 2009, Quinton Perry moved on to play baseball at Santa Clara University where he just finished his senior year and was a 2014 West Coast Conference Baseball Championship All-Tournament Team selection.

Perry was one of 10 players from WCC teams to be selected for the championship all-tournament team. He was also one of six Santa Clara players to receive honors from the conference, as he was awarded 2014 Baseball All-Conference Honorable Mention, an award that was voted on by the league’s 10 head coaches.

 

This year, Perry led the Santa Clara Broncos in home runs for the second year in a row, racking up five during the regular season. He tied for the second highest batting average on the team with a .452 percentage and 16 extra-base hits, including nine doubles and two triples. He boasts 17 two-out RBIs, which is a team-best, and got three RBIs in five games during the 2014 season. Perry also led the team with four home runs and a .541 slugging percentage in 25 conference games, while getting the second-most walks on the team.

 

Local youth have fun in the sun at baseball camp

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The Lassen Community College baseball program hosted a youth baseball camp at the Susanville Little League field Thursday, June 12. Here, campers, coaches and volunteers from the Susanville Fire Department are pumped up after getting to play and slide under the stream of a water hose provided and supervised by the fire department. Photos by Maddie Musante

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.

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.

 


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