Grizzlies go out on a three count in Reno

Thursday, March 7 the Lassen High School Grizzlies baseball team hit the road to Reno, Nevada to take place in the Reno Baseball tournament.

The Grizzlies played in four games, Thursday, March 7 to Saturday, March 9.
The Grizzlies kicked off the tourney up against Damonte Ranch where the Grizzlies fell 10-0. The next day Friday, March 8, they defeated Reed High School 11-5.

On Saturday, March 9 the Grizzlies played two games first one was against McQueen High School, the Grizzlies fell 14-7. They followed that up with a 10-0 loss to Reno High School.

Game One: Lassen
vs. Damonte Ranch
The Grizzlies first game of the season was a rough start, with starting pitcher David Painter pitching just over two and a half innings giving up seven hits and five runs.

Relief was Ethan William, who pitched just over two innings with no hits and no runs against him, Dylan Enriquez was closing pitcher allowing three hits and five runs.

Although they had no runs the Grizzlies came out with four hits in the game against Damonte Ranch.

Game Two:
Lassen vs. Reed
The Grizzlies came back Friday with a bigger focus on hitting. Brock Wolfe kicked off pitching for four innings Wolf allowed four hits and four runs.

Lowgan Fisher was then put in as relief for an inning with one hit and one run against him. Dylan Boyer was then put in for closer with no hits and no runs against him.

Miles Ormachea finished with one hit, three runs scored, one walk as well as an RBI and a single stolen base.

Cole Dyer finished with two hits, including a double.

Williams had two hits along with a double and two RBIs, and Wolf recorded a hit two RBIs.

Fisher collected a double and one RBI, Painter ended with a hit and a stolen base.

Game Three:
Lassen vs. McQueen
Starting off pitching for the Grizzlies was Ormachea,who only pitched for less than an inning but allowed five hits and five runs.

Painter was then put in as relief, but McQueens hitters were dialed into the Grizzlies’ pitching. With Painter allowing seven hits and six runs only pitching for almost two innings when he was relieved by Williams
Williams pitched for almost four innings; he allowed five hits and three runs against the Grizzlies.

Despite the McQueen putting up 14 runs the Grizzlies managed seven of their own. With Fisher hitting a double, Gabe Delgado and Evan Westfall both collecting two hits each with Westfall recording one RBI.

Enriquez collected two hits including a triple and two RBIs, along with Dyer who had a double, with three RBIs.

Game Four: Lassen
vs. Reno High School
The final game of the tournament against Reno High School was a tough affair for the Grizzlies.

With Fisher starting off pitching for two innings allowing seven hits and six runs, Westfall was next on the mound with three hits and four runs.

Finn Osborn was the only Grizzly to garner a hit, with two singles.

The Grizzlies hit the road to Yreka, California for the Yreka Gold Nugget Tournament Friday, March 15. Results were unavailable at press time but look for the results in the March 26 issue of the Lassen County Times.