Lassen Hoops holding signups
Oct. 30 — Lassen Hoops will be holding two sign-up sessions for youth basketball throughout the first half of November.
The next session is from 5 to 7:30 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 7 at the Pizza Factory in Susanville. The second sign-up session will be from 5 to 7:30 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 14, also at the Pizza Factory in Susanville.
All children in third through eighth grade are welcome to sign up. There is a fee per player, as well as a small extra fee for seventh- and eighth-grade boys to cover their open gym sessions.
For more information, call Doug Satica at 310-0445 or Danny Mena at 249-6163.
Local gets buck of a lifetime
Local hunter Paul Smith, of Standish, had a successful hunt in Zone X5A on opening day, Oct. 5. Here, Smith shows off the mule deer buck he shot that was 31 inches wide, 5x5 and weighed 245 pounds field dressed. According to Smith, he waited eight years to draw a California deer tag and was very excited to have the opportunity to harvest this buck so close to home. Photo submitted
Grizzlies get overpowered by West Valley
Keith Rose punts the ball for the Grizzlies during their home game against West Valley on Friday, Oct. 25. Lassen lost the game, 45-8, bringing their league record to 1-2 and their overall record to 4-4. Photos by Maddie Musante
The Lassen High School drill team gave a performance during halftime featuring music from by the film “Grease.”
Lassen wrestlers are victorious against Shasta
Jeiko Da Silveria takes down his opponent during Lassen College’s first home wrestling dual against Shasta College on Wednesday, Oct. 23. Lassen won the dual, 37-12. Photo by Maddie Musante
Oct. 25 — The Lassen Community College wrestling team hosted Shasta College for its first home dual Wednesday, Oct. 23. Lassen won the dual by a large margin of 37-12.
The gym at Lassen College was packed with students and fans who cheered and screamed as the Lassen wrestlers took on Shasta and continuously put points on the board.
“I thought our team wrestled hard. There was extra incentive with the match being a conference foe, in front of our crowd for the first home dual of the season. But asking a coach how his team did is a bit like asking a farmer about the rain, neither one gets exactly what they want. We had high points and low points. Our mandate is to get back in the room and address where we can improve. If we continue to build toward the future, it will pay off for the postseason competitions,” said Lassen College head wrestling coach Francis Beaujon after the dual.
Lassen’s next home wrestling dual is against Sacramento City College at 4 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 30.
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