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Lassen County Times/Westwood PinePress,Tuesday, May 1,2007 3D The Lassen High School Drill Team prepares for the upcoming Grizzliette show at 7 p.m. on Friday, May 4 at the I.HS Boys Gym where they will showcase routines performed throughout the year. Photo submitted e By Ben Wilgus Spgrt~ Writer Lassen competed against the Yreka Miners on Wednesday, April 25. Yreka took three out of the four ~eets winning the varsi- ty boy's meet 67-53, the varsi- ty girl's 113-13 and the junior varsity girl's 62.5-59.5. The junior varsity boy's of Lassen High School won 67-52. In the varsity boy's race, David Herrick won the 100- meter in 11.5 seconds and Tim McDowell finished in second a half. second behind. -.Eli Ramire,z and -=.Dylan Beaber ti~for fourth in 12.8 and Justin Shepard took sixth. In the 200-meter, McDowell took first in a time of 24 sec- onds. Ross Steensland was second in 24.4 seconds, Beaber was third in 26.5 and Cameron Cochran was fourth in 26.7. Ross Steensland finished second in the 400-meter in 55.6 seconds and Garrett Steensland was third in 59.8. Miles Guiterez was third in the 800-meter with a time of 2:28.6 and Garrett Steensland and Adam Carillo also com- peted. Carillo took second in the 1600-meter in a time of 5:23.1, Kevin Massey was third 5:33.2 and Guiterez was fifth in 5:40.3. The 4x100 relay team of Brad Memmott, Tyler Park, Jake stafford and Nick D0rsett finished second to Yreka. Shayne Crum took second in the shot put with a dis- tance of 33 feet 2 inches. Crum also won the discus throwing at 115' 9" and Richard Garcia and Nick Pipes took fifth. Herrick and Justin Shepard tied for first in the high jump going 5'. Cochran took second in the longjump with 14'5" and Park was third with 14'3". Russell Weaver was second in the 400-meter finishing in 1:06, Duncan Law was third in 1:08.2 and Andrew Pass was 1:14.2. Nell Christian was second in the 800-meter in 2:33.3, Lonnie Hesser was third in 2:39.1, Weaver was fourth in 2:40.6. Kyle Beem was fifth m 2:40.9, Law was etghth in 2:50.5 and Pass was ninth in 2:56.4. Brad Memmott was first in the ll0-meter hurdles in 16.7 and he was first in. the 300- meter hurdles in 46.6 seconds. Geadingtheway in the~,~:~: Anthony Avila was first in sity girl's meet was Kendall the shot put in 41'4", Brian Brown who took fifth in the 100-meter in 14.9 seconds. Brown also took fifth in the 200-meter in 31.1. In the 800-meter, Miranda Harris was second in 2:33.8, Graciela Alucema was 3:45.6 and Amber Harris was sev- enth in 4:45.4. Miranda Harris was also first in the 1600-meter going in 5:41.6, Alucema was fourth in 7:57.5 and Amber Harris was fifth in 10:14.5. Miranda Harris was first in the 3200-meter going 12:58.5. In the junior varsity boy's race Park took second in the 100-meter in 12.8 and Dorsett was fourth in 12.9. Tyler Deering was first in the 200-meter in 26.3 seconds, Park was second in 27.1 and Tripp was second in 40'3.25", Deering was third in 40' and Tyler Bernandino was fourth in 37'8". Pipes was first in the discus with 116'2", Deering was sec- ond with 110'8", Lester Cooper was third in 109'2", Brian Tripp was sixth in 98'5", Avila was eighth with 90'5" and Bernandino was ninth with 80'2". Memmott was third in the high jump with 4'10" and first in the long jump with 17'8": Brian Tripp was second with 16'5" and Pipes was fourth with 16'3". Becca Duvarney was first in the 100-meter junior varsi- ty girl's race in 13.8 seconds. Amanda Keeton and Destiny Harris tied for second in 14.4 third in 29.9, Kim Massey was fourth with 30.6 and Corrie McFarland was fifth in 31.4. Massey was second in the 400-meter with a time of 1:09.4, Scarlett Peery was fourth m 1:12.4 and McFaHand was sixth in 1:12.8. Danielle Hatfield was first in the 800-meter in 2:49,9, Peery was second in 2:55, Jess Dedrick was third in 2%5.5, Ashlyn Fulton was fifth in 3:00.3, and Paige Torres was seventh in 3:16.5. Hatfield~ was first in the 1600-meter with a time of 6:28.8, Dedrick was second in 6:37. Fulton was third in 6:38, Tortes was sixth in 7:19.1 a~d Samantha Leckie alse com- peted. Leckie took first in the 3200- meter in 15:43.6, Katelyn Dedrick was first in the 100- meter hurdles in 21 second and Heather Dean was sec- ond. Destiny Harris was first in the 300 low hurdles in 1:00.2, Katelyn Dedrick was second in 1:02.2, Jess Dedrick was third in 1:04.3. Fulton was fourth in 1:08.7 and Tortes was fifth in 1:11.6. Dean was third in the shot put with a distance of 18'7", Courtney Pittman was fourth with 18'5". Katelyn Dedrick was third in the discus with 59', Dean was fourth in 56'5" and League in By Ben Wilgus Spor~ Writer The Susanviile Little League Junior Division is under way and currently has five teams this season. Managing the A's this year is Rob Robles, assisted by Richard Aguilar and Inn Spencer. Tony Perez, Cesar Gonzalez, Samson Fulton, Joe Meyer, James Spencer, Kyle Winn, Louis Medvin, Kyle Harlan, Sylvan Aguilar, Jordan Robles, Christian Gonzalez and Richard Murphy make up the team. Playing for the Angels this year is Alex Cullison, Jordan Bernard, Everett Johnson, Scott Cullison, Dillon Silkweed, Alex Gustin, Conor Gaskill, Erick McDoweU, Trevor Baum, A.J. Langslet, Jonathan Tripp and Michael Lewis. Coaching the Angels is Jason Bernard, assisted by Chip Chittock, ScotL Tripp and Pam Gaskill. Playing for the Cubs this year is Ian Fink, J.P. Speiker, Jacob Wolfe, James Patzke, Kyle Gibson, David Wagner, Brandon Speiker, Bryce Thompson, Jordan Stokes, Brandon Knox, Mitchell Jarrett and Torin Thompson. The Cubs are managed by Kim Erb and assisted by Mark Speiker and Kelley Fink. Playing for the Diamondbacks are Devin Runnels, Jordan Whitcome, Justin Oliver, C.J. Hougland, Jake Hernandez, Adam Miranda, Chelton Harwo0d, Curtis Dixon, Garrett Hanna. Jake Riley, Dustin Thiels and Michael Langley The Diamondbacks are managed by Dan Miranda and assisted by Stacy Dixon, Bill Whitcome and John Hanna. Playing for the Reds this season is Patrick Hartrum, Zach Davis, Alec Carver, Zack Bloem, Luke Urrutia, Jordan Whitlow, Caleb McCoyDanny Robik, Jared Bertotti, Austin Chedwick, Roberto Ruiz and Cameron Medico. Managing the Reds this season is Mike Bertotti, assisted by-Joe Urrutia;Gary McCoy and Ryan Chedwick. Currently on the season, the Reds are 3=0, the ,~s are 2- 0, the Cubs are 2-2, the Angels are 1-3 and the Diamondbacks are 0-3. On April 23, the Cubs defeated the Diamondbacks 8-5 with Inn Fink getting the victory and striking out three batters. Kyle Gibson had .a single and two RBIs, Torin Thompson had a single, J.P. Speiker had a single, double and two RBIs, Fink had an RBI and James Patzke had a single and an RBI. For the Diamondbacks Jordan Whitcome, Garret Hanna, Curtis Dixon and Chelton Harwood each had a single, Adam Miranda had an RBI, and Jake Riley had a double and two RBIs. .On Tuesday, April 24 the ~:s defeated the Angels in a slugfest 14-13 with Richard Murphy getting the victory with three strikeouts. Kyle Harlan had two sin- gles and an RBI, Sylvan Aguilar had two singles and two RBIs, Rich Murphy and Samson Fulton each had a single and an RBI and James Spencer, Joe Meyer and Christian Gonzalez each had an RBI. For the Angels Trevor Baum had an inside the park home run, a single, a double and an RBI. Alex Gustin had two singles and three RBIs, Everett Johnson had a single, a double and an RBI and Jonathan Tripp had a single and an RBI. Michael Lewis had a single, Scott Cullison had a double and an RBI and A.J. Langslet had a single. On Wednesday, April 25 the Reds defeated the Cubs 12-10 with Jared Bertotti getting the victory striking out five and Austin Chedwick struck out seven batters. Caleb McCoy had a single, Bertotti had three singles and an RBI, Chedwick had a double and an RBI, Roberto Ruiz had two singles and three RBIs, Cameron Medico had two doubles and two RBIs, Danny Robik had a triple and an RBI and Patrick Hartrum had a single and two RBIs. Fink took the 10ss for the Cubs, but had four strikeouts and Gibson had two strike- outs. Fink also had a single for the Cubs. U- 14 Dodgers Lassen Fastpitch defeats Orange Crush 16-4 By Ben Wilgus Sports Writer Mikala Goforth picked up the victory for the Dodgers, pitching the first inning, striking out three of the four batters she faced. Tamiera Jackson pitched the final two innings to give the Dodgers a 16-4 victory Taelor Wattenburg, Becky McConnell and Goforth each went 1-for-1 in the game. McConnell came up to bat with Haylee Shatter, Wattent)urg, and Goforth on base and hit a grand slam. Jackson and Auttumn Norton went 1-for-3 in the game. In the 3200-meter Carillo Dorsett was third in 27.2 sec- seconds. Pittman was fifth in 52'11". :~:1 took first in 11:50.3 and ends. Jayson Vial, StaffordDuVarney was first in the . Dean was fifth in the long :~: ) Massey was second in 12:32.1. and Matt Day also competed. 200-meter with 28.6, Keeton jump with 10'9". 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