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Lessen County Iimes/Westwood PinePress Tuesday, May 1, 2007 1U Lime League " " n Palute Trail Run Susanville Little League starts --'~ ~ D;t;=~~foT~=;run~ ,'iLady Gr" li " e$ i remain" p NAL ato , i Lassen gets two victories "~~l } 8yBenWilgus Polan then stole second B~ / i Sports Writer base before Rice got a two- ~r~P"~ dl ~[~ ! strike single to center scoring : Lassen High School's varsi- Cuthill. With Unterreiner up, ." : ty softball team improved to 4- West Valley had a wild pitch } 0 in the Northern AtMeticallowing Polan to score to tie i League as they defeated the the game. : Corning Cardinals 4-1 on "I was impressed with the It's so easy to your Friday April 20 and the West way Karma battled back after rt|ng eva hB Ih - ! Valley Eagles 5-4 on Tuesday, twobad swings to get the sin- od in .lammn.Oou.nty i April 24. gle, Moore said. Tnmee- spqm'l:s umNm L With the two victories, In the bottom of the third, i Lassen (22-6-1, 4-0)maintained Polan got a walk before Rice wnu gusmzo. : a haft-game lead over thetook the first pitch she saw for ! Eagles (4-1). a triple to left center scoring Bwll -@l n i Corning took a 14} lead with Polan making it 3-2. "" " a run in the third inning on Unterreiner singled to center : Friday, April 20 and held onto field scoring Rice making it 4- LHS Baseball the lead until the top of the 2. Ashley Tuttle then came up '" " E r " " ' yl der he ag a West Valley player dudng a 5-4 victory on Tuesday, Apdl LHS vs Central Valley . seventh when Lassen scoredand hit a ball to the right side K ie Polan slides un t t from Varsity 7 p.m. i four runs to take the victory 4- of the infield where the West 24 Photo by San Wilgu$ ' ~ JV 4 p.m. ! 1. Valley second baseman mis- " k Memorial park . : "We got some timely hits in played the ball allowing .: i the seventh inning," CoachUnterreiner to score to make LHS Softball : Paul Moore said. it 5-2. LHS at Central Valley i Kaely Cuthill picked up her "It Was just a great battle Varsity 5 p.m. i llth victory of the seasonbetween two very good JV 3 p.m. : pitching seven innings, allow, teams," Moore said. : ing one earned run on four West Valley got a run in the lerra portsmen t ma . t i hits while striking out 11. top of he Fifth to make it 5-3 trap snoot i "We showed great tough- and then things got interest- b p m, Rice t anyon Range, , " " . : hess in that game, Moore ing in the top of the seventh. mr more mtormatmn cau . . " saM. The Eagles got three con- -.oo- uo Cuthfll had an RBI double secutive hits to score a run edne May 2 : and Karma Rice, Shaylee and make it 5-4 before Cuthill LttS Track an Field Unterreiner and Jaimee got the next three batters out d LHS vs West Valley ! Corder each went 1-for-3 with to give Lessen the victory 3"30pro Arn01dField : a run. Ashley Myers and "It was somewhat of a " " :.Kylie Polan added a hit for the redemption since they beat us Lessen YOuth Football Lady Grizzlies and Desrae in the section title game last Meeting 7 p.m. Parks and: Langley scored a run. year," Moore said. Rec. Office, Registration ":Polan, Langley and Kelley Cuthill got win number 12 from 6:30 p.m. to 8 p.m.: Urionaguena each stole a base on the season pitching seven : in the victory. " innings, striking out IO and Thursday. May 3 i On Tuesday, April 24, allowing two earned runs On LHS Softball : Lessen hosted their, first 12hits. LHS vs. Yreka home game at Riverside Park -Rice went 2-for-3 with a Varsity 4 p.m. $inceWednesday, March 2L triple, a run and two RBIs. WestVall ot off Unterreiner' t t-for-a with : of Cuthill in the f'wst inning, run and an RB, Polan had a but Lassen came right back single and two runs and : scoring two more. CuthillCuthill and Corder each went vs. xre a : " 1 r Varsi 7 n . took a 3-2 fasthall and singled - o -3. "",: to centerfield to lead off the Polan and Urionaguena M P rtr inning. Polan then singled to each stole two bases and Rice - -"" right field moying Cuthill to stole one for the. Lady Coach Paul Moore, center, talks with Ashley Myers, lefl, Shayl Unterreinor, Jaimoe LCC Baseball ! third base. ' Grizzlies. Corder, Kaely CufhilI, Karmd Rice and M|cheIIeGalbreath onTuesday, April 24. Photo byBen Wilgus LCC at Redwoods 12 pan. i ' * Doubleheader : " . . ' ~ iGnzzhes Feat Cornm :to remain me ame b, hind Yreka LHS at Diamond Mountain.: -,- . 0 lp.m. .: , : By Ben Wilqm Marcus Mesa went 2-for-2 our bulletproof shoes on," were not available at press and then end the regular sea- WHS BaseballYSoftball :.Sports Writer with three runs and Gustin Dwyer said in reference to time. son against the NAL leaders WHS vs. Portola : ,iklus@lossmnawscorn and Hardy each added a sin- Corning defeating Yreka. The Grizzlies then host the Yreka Miners at 7 p.m. on 3:30 p.m. : In what was'another I i .hlv gle. Austin Brown had two Lassen hosted Anderson on Central Valley Falcons onThursday, May 3. runs while Chad Fmday, April 27, but results Tuesday, May 1 at 6 30 p m offensive game, the Lessen " : Friday. lVlav 4 :" High School varsity baseball Wannamaker had an RBI. Grizzllette Show 7 p.m. LHS Boy's Gym LHS Track and Field LIIS at Corning Invite TBA WItS Baseball/Softball WHS vs. Hayfork Doubleheader atm:a lvl 5 Sierra Sportsmen Club Lassen Regulators Shoot i0 a.m Rice Canyon Range, for more informa- tion call 253-1082 LCC Softball LCC vs. DVC TBA Lassen Youth Football Registration 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Parks and Rec. office lnfl May 6 No events scheduled May 7 WHS Baseball WHS vs. Quincy 3:30 p.m. ,aza LItS Softball LHS vs. Corning 4 p.m. : team pulled off a 10=9 victory i over the visiting Corning : Cardinals on Friday, April 20. ! Heading into the bottom of ! the sixth inning, Lessen (13-13, : 4-3) was trailing Corning 8-6, : but used a four-run inning to :" take a two-run lead going into the final inning. :. Corning got one run across : and had the bases loaded in i the top of the seventh with two-outs when Tanner : McIntyre hit a shot down the third base line where i Francisco Gustin knocked i down what would have been at " least a two-run hit. : Gustin got the ball and got to : third base before Corning : could and ended the game, giv- iing Lassen the game and keep- : ing them within one game of : first place in the Northern : Athletic League. ": The Grizzlies used two, four- : run innings in the third and : sixth to help them defeat the : Cardinals who scored five ! runs in the third to take a lead i they held until the sixth. : Wade Kennemore picked up ! his fifth victory in two weeks : and his sixth on the season in .: relief going 4-1/3 innings ! striking out two and allowed : two earned runs on one hit. Blake Nahlen started the : game going 2-2/3 innings : allowing three earned runs on i five hits while striking out : two. i Aarason Perry went 3-for-3 i with a home run, a double, five ! RBIs and two runs. : Randy Brooks went 2-for-2 ! with a double, two RBIs and : two runs and Sergio Callegari ! had an RBI double. On Ttlesday, April 24, Lassen traveled to Cottonwood to take on the West Valley Eagles. Lassen got on the board first with a run in the top of the second, but West Valley came back and scored four in the third inning off of the Grizzlies starter Nahlen. "We didn't pitch well today," Coach Scott Dwyer said. West Valley also got runs in the fifth and the sixth to go up 6-1 going into the seventh when Lassen scored three, but it was not enough and Lassen fell 64 to the Eagles. Nahlen took the loss going 2-2/3 innings allowing two earned runs on three hits. Mitch Murphy came in and got the only batter he faced out before Kennemore pitched the final three innings. "We were extremely fiat and didn't play with any intensity," Dwyer.said. Steven Lively went 2-for-3 with a home run, an RBI and two runs. Mesa went 2-for-4 with a double, an RBI and a run and Aarason Perry had a single and two RBIs. Brown and Brooks each added a hit and Callegari had a run for the Grizzlies. With Yreka (15-8, 5-2) losing 4-3 to Corning on Tuesday, April 24, Lassen remained in a tie for second place with the Anderson Cubs, (12-9, 4-3) one game behind the Yreka Miners for first place. "We shot ourselves in the foot today, but luckily we had Aarason Perry, who Is ranked third in the statewith 3.=, RBis, has led theGrizziies to eight victoriesin their last nine games. Photo by Be~ Wilgus Lady Cougars to host playoffs this Saturday By Sen Wilgus Four Lassen College soft- 5ports Writer ball players have been named to the first team All Golden The Lassen College softball Valley Conference, team will host a playoff game Zhou Yin was named to the on Saturday, May 5 and first team AII-GVC and was Sunday, May 6 against Diablo also named pitcher of the Valley College. Times have year for the conference. She yet to be announced, was also voted first team All- State. " : - ? ~" " " J " Sarah Harwe[i .was v0ted to the first team AII-GVC, Amanda Tietz led theleague in hitting with a .500 average and was voted to the first team and Natalie Cook was voted to the Honorable Mention team.