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,TimesANestwood PinePress LHS Football Tuesday, july 1. 2ooo sc ut Lassen High School's football teams squared off against a host of oregon and California teams in a camp last month in Gold Beach, Ore. From left above, Sam Feller and Jason McMullen took home top honors in the lineman weight lifting competition. 00  m F Grizzlies excel again at Oregon camp With all things being equal, Lassen High School should have another ban- ner season. Like last year, the Grizzlies walk away from last month's summer camp in Gold Beach, Ore. with a fistful of accolades. "I love that camp," Lassen High School varsity football coach Tom St. Jacques said. "It's a awesome way to get the kids together and have them well we did during the season. Hopefully, it will work out the same way this year." Lassen finished third in the camp's passing tournament, behind Dallas High School (Ore.) and Del Norte of Crescent City, and took second in the lineman competition behind Dallas. The Grizzly linemen were led by Sam Feller's first-place squat of 500 pounds and Jason McMullen's 385- eat, sleep and spend time together, pound bench and 30 consecutive lifts We did well last year and look how- of 185 pounds. Justin Wooten squat- ted 405 pounds in the lightweight division. Tony Jimenez was a winner in three heavyweight running back com- petitions, benching 315 pounds, squatting 455 and pumping 185 pounds 20 times. Matt May was the lightweight run- ning back champion, benching 285 pounds and squatting 425. Jed Falkowski ran the 40-yard dash with a time of 4.56 and Taylor Polan took second at 4.58. All-camp honors went to Travis Hanson at tight end and defensive end, and Joey Deal courtesy of several interceptions. St. Jacques said despite his team's performance there's plenty of work to be done. "There's always room to improve. Offensively, I felt pretty good, but on defense we've still got to work out some things out." Lassen resumes summer practices on Wednesday nights. Preseason workouts begin Wednesday, Aug. 9. Your Local Sports Leader, with money worries qualify for low-interest loans for homeowners who been turn down for a Are you paying more any other loans s? a homeowner and an- tmsfions, You ov dm phone and Card debt? Le-than- Late ' houso paynmnts? Financial problems? Medical bills? IRS liens? It doesn't maerI If you are a homeowaer with suffi- cient equity, there's an excellent chance you will qualify for a loan--usually within 24 hours. You can find out over the phone-- and fr of chargeif you qualify. Stone Castle Home Loans is licensed l by the CA Department of Corp. Open 7 days a week for your convenience. Call 1-800-700-12A2, ext. 305 i :ly 600 tt. high skill roqrtl Doulflo tido Launch & land deck 259-2FLY or 256-2FLY No charge for observers depending on space availability WEST SHORE: Plumas Pines Resort PENINSULA: Little Norway Resort don 't smoke in my world. If you smoke when you're pregnant, you can damage your baby's tiny lungs before she has a chance to take her first breath. You can also cause her to be born ith tow blrth weight. Smoking around your children can give them asthma. It can also cause serious ear problems and hearing loss. Children deserve to gro up in a orld that is loving, nurturing, pure and smoke-free. So, please don't smoke in their ,orld. To learn more about the dangers of smoking around your chftd and how to quit, call 1- 800- KIDS-025. It's a11 about the kids. California ChiTdren & Families Commission ,TimesANestwood PinePress LHS Football Tuesday, july 1. 2ooo sc ut Lassen High School's football teams squared off against a host of oregon and California teams in a camp last month in Gold Beach, Ore. From left above, Sam Feller and Jason McMullen took home top honors in the lineman weight lifting competition. 00  m F Grizzlies excel again at Oregon camp With all things being equal, Lassen High School should have another ban- ner season. Like last year, the Grizzlies walk away from last month's summer camp in Gold Beach, Ore. with a fistful of accolades. "I love that camp," Lassen High School varsity football coach Tom St. Jacques said. "It's a awesome way to get the kids together and have them well we did during the season. Hopefully, it will work out the same way this year." Lassen finished third in the camp's passing tournament, behind Dallas High School (Ore.) and Del Norte of Crescent City, and took second in the lineman competition behind Dallas. The Grizzly linemen were led by Sam Feller's first-place squat of 500 pounds and Jason McMullen's 385- eat, sleep and spend time together, pound bench and 30 consecutive lifts We did well last year and look how- of 185 pounds. Justin Wooten squat- ted 405 pounds in the lightweight division. Tony Jimenez was a winner in three heavyweight running back com- petitions, benching 315 pounds, squatting 455 and pumping 185 pounds 20 times. Matt May was the lightweight run- ning back champion, benching 285 pounds and squatting 425. Jed Falkowski ran the 40-yard dash with a time of 4.56 and Taylor Polan took second at 4.58. All-camp honors went to Travis Hanson at tight end and defensive end, and Joey Deal courtesy of several interceptions. St. Jacques said despite his team's performance there's plenty of work to be done. "There's always room to improve. Offensively, I felt pretty good, but on defense we've still got to work out some things out." Lassen resumes summer practices on Wednesday nights. Preseason workouts begin Wednesday, Aug. 9. Your Local Sports Leader, with money worries qualify for low-interest loans for homeowners who been turn down for a Are you paying more any other loans s? a homeowner and an- tmsfions, You ov dm phone and Card debt? Le-than- Late ' houso paynmnts? Financial problems? Medical bills? IRS liens? It doesn't maerI If you are a homeowaer with suffi- cient equity, there's an excellent chance you will qualify for a loan--usually within 24 hours. You can find out over the phone-- and fr of chargeif you qualify. Stone Castle Home Loans is licensed l by the CA Department of Corp. Open 7 days a week for your convenience. Call 1-800-700-12A2, ext. 305 i :ly 600 tt. high skill roqrtl Doulflo tido Launch & land deck 259-2FLY or 256-2FLY No charge for observers depending on space availability WEST SHORE: Plumas Pines Resort PENINSULA: Little Norway Resort don 't smoke in my world. If you smoke when you're pregnant, you can damage your baby's tiny lungs before she has a chance to take her first breath. You can also cause her to be born ith tow blrth weight. Smoking around your children can give them asthma. It can also cause serious ear problems and hearing loss. Children deserve to gro up in a orld that is loving, nurturing, pure and smoke-free. So, please don't smoke in their ,orld. To learn more about the dangers of smoking around your chftd and how to quit, call 1- 800- KIDS-025. It's a11 about the kids. California ChiTdren & Families Commission