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Lassen County Times, Westwood PinePress Tuesday, Nov. 2007 tD FT- . - ' ' INSIDE SECTION D: L CC VOLLEYBALLL *LHS FOOTBALL Ben Wilgus yards of offense against ond in the state and second in -Sports Writer Corning and Central Valley the Northern. Section. He and gaining 456 yards against trailed Maicom Webb of : Lassen High's varsity foot- Anderson. Wheafland who had 9 on the ball team qualified for the "Our run-pass ratio 'is year. : Northern Section Division I almost even. Thisgives.Josh Lassen added four more playoffs by defeating the Baum more options and we scores with Baum rushing in Anderson Cubs, 63-22 on are us g a lot of receivers two, David Herrick getting a Friday, Nov. 2 and will host which makes it hard to focus rushing score and : Louis W$ so easy to get your the Enterprise Hornets at 7 on stol ping one person." St. Pustejovsky caught a 21-yard local l rting events list- p.m. on Friday, Nov. 9. Jacques said. pass. in the I.mmen County Earlier in the season, Lassen was able to jump Baum finished the game Times' sports Lassen defeated the Hornets out early on the Cubs as they with 12 rushing attempts for Just call Ben 9,7 on Saturday, Sept. 8.started their opening posses- 127 yards and three touch- Wilgus at 257-5321 or Exactly one year ago fromsion on the Cubs 47-yard line. downs. Herrick rushed two mail your imams- Nov. 9, Lassen defeated Eight plays later, Baum found times for57 yards and Perry malion to . Enterprise 28-21 in the first his way into the ehd zone on a had six attempts for 32 yards. Bwilgus@lassennewLcom round of the Northern 10-yard run. Jake Stafford had five : Section playoffs. Anderson went three-and- attempts for' 25 yards, T tLe h Nov. . With the victory, Lassen (4- out and punted away from McDowell had three attempts No events scheduled . 1, 5-5) earned their 13thdeep intheirhalf of the field, for five yards and Tyler DJ. Simon, currently a Lassen College baseball player and grad- straight playoff appearance giving Lassen another great Deering had two rushes for Nov. 7. : uate of Lassen High School verbally committed to play baseball and finished second in the starting position at the Cubs four yards. LCC Volleyball for the Texas Tech Red Raiders in the 2008-2009 season. Last Northern Athletic League for 41. The Grizzlies wasted no Perry was very efficient LCC vs. Feather River season, Simon finished his freshmen season with the Cougars the second straight season, time and Quinton Perry completing 15 of 20 passes for 6 p.m. . with four saves in 19.2 innings and struck out 19 batters. Simon After a I-4 start to the sea- found Nick Pipes on an 11-190 yards and two touch- LCC Wrestling had a 4.12 earned run average and went 0-1. Additionally, son, Lassen won four of their yard touchdown pass six downs. Day had six recep- LCC vs. Santa Rosa : Simon added 12 hits and seven RBI's to go with two home runs last five games to make the plays later and a 14-0 lead. tions for 74 yards, Baum had TBA . in part time playing duty in the outfield. Photo by Sen Wilgus playoffs. Just when Anderson two for 28 yards, Pipes had "I didn't know if we werethought the Grizzlies pres- two for 34 yards and a touch- e Nov.8 even going to make the play- sure was going to subside down, Herrick added two LCC Women's Basketball ballpl--layer offs," coach Tom st. Jacques with a 14-0 lead, the Cubsreceptions for 16 yards, LCC at Merced " said about his team's chances fumbled the ball and Tim McDoweU had one reception Tournament : of making the playoffs five McDowell picked up the rum. for five yards and TBA "" itsIO-- Texas weeksago, ble and returned it 20 yards Pustejovsky had one for 21 : m One key to the run the play- for a touchdown and a 22-0 yards. LHS Cross Country . offs has been the ability to lead. Cody Glenn led the defense LHS at NSCIF Finals not turn the ball over. Lassen "I was happy with our with six tackles, two assisted West Valley High School : Ben Wilgus tO attend Texas Tech, several completed five NAL games defensive performance," St. tackles and three tackles for TBA . s om writer schools, including University without turning the ball over Jacques said, loss. gwilgus@lassennews.comof Nevada-Reno, Universityon offense. Matt Day recovered a fum- McDowell added seven LCC Women's Soccer D.J. Simon, a Lassen of Nevada-Las Vegas, Since league started, ble late in the first half for tackles, two for loss and LCC at College of the : Community College baseball Washington State University, Lassen has been putting up Lassen and Jeremy Bowles Herrick had five tackles. Redwoods player and graduate of Oregon and Oklahoma Statebig offensive numbers, intercepted his eighth pass of TBA Lassen High School, has ver- Universities were recruiting including surpassing 500 the year, which tied for sac- : bally committed to play base- him, See Footbalt, page 7D Lassen Youth Basketball . ball for the Texas Tech Red "I hope to grow as a player Last registration. . Raiders in the 2008-2009 sea-,d Anc e my =, &'30 7:30 p m. at the Ijass rL t s n: :::::i:.:::: : =: T11mff l High School boy's gym i "They play in a big confer- Simon said. =" -- "- "j ence, they have a good pro- Simon, who was 0-1 in 19- Nov.9 :. gram and good coaching," 2/3 innings last season with Ben Wilgus ers win," Dreith said. the ball. Sports Writer Westwood utilized their "The kids did a great job of LCC Men's Basketball ! Simon said. 19 strikeouts and four savesSwilg LCC host Black Rock : The Red Raiders first almost didn't play his fresh- speed on offense and scored adjusting, especially in the Classic .: noticed Simon in Octoberman season. Westwood High's varsitythree rushing touchdowns second half after they had Siskiyous vs. Reedley 5 p.m. : when Red Raiders assistant "There were some charac- football team qualified for the and also scored two through some time to see their plays," Lassen vs. Mendocino 7 : coach Dan Spencer came totars on this team that I could Northern Section Division V the air. Dreith said. p.m. i Susanville on a recruiting playoffs with a 34.0 victory "Our offensive line did aWestwood finished their Lassen College : not playwith," Simon said. : trip. After practicing the entire over Dunsmuir on Friday, great jobfor us," Dreith said. season 5-4. and 2-3 in LCC Volleyball "D.J. has an electric arm, fall semester, Simon notified Nov. 2. Dunsmuir had changed Evergreen League Play, tied LCC at Eureka : he's a good athlete and his the Lassen College baseball "We executed offensively their offensive-scheme many for third place with Tulelake, 6 p.m. work ethic is off the charts. Coaches that he was not plan- tonight," Coach Rich Dreith times this year, going from a Tulelake willbehosting the : Not only is he a good baseball ning on playing in the spring, said. running team to a passingLumberjacks, most .likely at LCC Women's Basketball : player, but he is a good During Christmas break, The Lumberjacks were up team in mid-season. 7:30 p.m. on Friday, Nov. 9. In LCC at Merced human being who cares some of those people Simon at halftime 14-0 but put 20 The Lumberjacks took a game earlier in the season, Tournament i about people," LCC assistant points on the board in the sac- some time, but they were able Tulelake defeated Westwood TBA i coach Steve Avila said. ond half to secure the victory, to adjust back to Dunsmuir's 20-0 at Westwood. i Even though Simon chose See Simon page 2D "This was definitely a play- original scheme of running Football NSCIF playoffs hip chmond Rebels win flag football champions soy. i LCC Men's Basketball LCC host Black Rock : The Lassen County Championship by defeating the first half, Winn passed to points. Grizzlies and the Rebels won Classic Siskiyous vs. Mendocino 3 : Elementary Athletic LeagueJanesville 34-0. Jared Bertotti for another six Late in the game, Joey Beck 21-0. The Janesville Wildcats p.m. i Flag Football Tournament The Rebels jumped out points, threw a touchdown pass to finished in second place, Lassen vs, Reedley 5 p.m. ! was hosted at Richmond early with a 6-0 lead whenIn the second half, Bertottl Michael Alexander and Shaffer Indians third, Lassen College : School on Wednesday, Oct. 24, quarterback Kyle Winn ran threw a touchdown strike to Valceschini caught the two- Johnstonville was fourth and with the Richmond Rebels in for a touchdown and Johnson. On the next Rebels point conversion, the Diamond View Panthers LCC Women's Basketball i winning the Junior High Everett Johnson snagged the possession, Austin Richmond's first game was were fifth. LCC at Merced :. School Footballtwo-point conversion. Late in Valceschini ran in for six against the Johnstonvilie Tournament i TBA LCC Wrestling LCC at San Francisco Tournament TBA Lassen Youth Basketballi Assessments from 1-4 p.m. : at Diamond View School.: Will take approximately 15 i minutes " i No events scheduled Monday. Nov. 12 No events scheduled Tuesday. Nov. 13 No events scheduled The Richmond Rebels flag football team poses for a photo after winning the Lassen County Elementary Athletic League championship on Wednesday, Oct: 241 Cody Kelly, top left, Coach Calvin Winn, Jared Bertotti, Brian McDonald, Coach Tony Campa, Everett Johnson, Joe Dayton, Kyle Winn, front left, Joey Beck, Austin Valceschini, Keegan Valentich and Michael Alexander. John Mineau is not pictured. Photo submitted