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Lassen County Times, Westwood PinePress Tuesday, Nov, 6, 2007 7D Football, from page 1D Junior Varsity Lassen's junior varsity football team capped off their season with a 28-6 vic- tory over Anderson on Friday, Nov. 2. The Grizzlies led 14-6 at half and put up two more scores in the second half to secure the victory. Daren Lee led Lassen with 194 yards rushing and two touchdowns. Lee also had a 38 yards receiving and a touchdown. Daniel Norton added 53 yards rushing for Lassen, Andy Pustejovsky had 121 yards passing and a touchdown and Joseph Passwater had 83 receiving yards. Brad Memmott intercept- ed a pass and returned it for the final Lassen score. "It meant a lot to us to win on the road this year," coach Paul Geoia said. Lassen's offensive num- bers have been high lately with 436 yards this week and 578 yards last week against Central Valley. "This team did not give up and battled through the ups and downs of the season," Geoia said. Frosh Lassen's frosh football team completed an undefeat- ed season going 9-0, proving they belong as one of the top freshman teams in the Northern Section and topped it off with a 53-0 victory at Anderson to end the season. "We hada lot of depth this year. I was happy how the two youth collegiate teams came together," Coach Kevin McCullough said. In the first half, Lassen got up early when Alex Gustin returned a punt 50 yards for a score. On Lassen's first pos- session they scored twice, but had both of them called back due to penalties. On third-and-25, Lassen converted the play for a first dowri but was called for yet another penalty. Facing third-and-30 Kyle Harlan found Garrett Kortuem on a slant pattern for a 56-yard touchdown. AustiU Chedwick got into the scoring act with a 40-yard run in the first quarter. Trevor Baum scored the next thee touchdowns for Lassen, scoring on runs of two-yards, five-yards and a 45 yards. In the second half, Richard Murphy had a 43 yard quar- terback keeper for a score and C.J. Hougland capped off the scoring with a 25 yard run. "This is one of the most tal- ented freshman classes I have ever seen," McCullough said. Carl Aamodt of Fair Oaks ran in the Bizz Johnson Half-Marathon on Sunday, Oct. 7, finishing in 11th place in 1:38:39. Photo by Ben Wilgus Bizz, from page 5D 21. Mike McD0nough, M 30-34, 1:44:59. 22. Ben Dickson, M 35-39, 1:45:27. 23. Andrew Nance, M 40-44, 1:45:35. 24. Linda Tesman, F 35-39, 1:45:44. 25. Stephanie Heindel, F 40-44, 1:45:55. Marathon results: 1. Heather Fuhr, F 35-39, 2:46:35.2. Christopher King, M 30-34, 2:59:56. 3. Andrew Block, M 35-39, 3:03:24. 4. David Ayala, M 25-29, 3:06:47. 5. Jason Atwood, M 25-29, 3:07:47. 6. Jason Tuffs, M 35- 39, 3:12:17, 7. Neil Smith, M 35-39, 3:12:58. 8. Reid Weber, M 25-29, 3:14:10. 9. Darin Quigley, M 40-44, 3:15:10. t0. Bob Brands, M 40-44, 3:15:22. 11. Bryan Bear, M 40-44, 3:15:28. 12. Jack Leiffer, M 50- 54, 3:17:58. 13. Michael Leavangie, M 40-44, 3:18:00. 14. Sean Keane, M 25-29; 3:18:54. 15. Harris Goodman, M 40-44, 3:19:01. 16. Thomas Tucker, M 50-54, 3:19:06. 17. Duncan Johnston, M 20-24, 3:19:13. 18. Robert Peinemann, M 40-44, 3:19:16. 19. Charles Gillan, M 4549, 3:19:26. 20. Leif Bostrom, M 25-29, 3:19:36. 21. Greg Barton, M 50-54, 3:20:51. 22. Ken Meyer, M 35- '59, 3:21:32. 23. Bill Morrow, M 50-54, 3:23:11. 24. Jason Schoenfelder, M 30-34, 3:23:27. 25. Tom Riley, M 45-49, 3:23:39, Check us out Lassen Community College sophomore Dustin Bowland stands ready at the gate as a bare-back rider from Cal Poly explodes out, knees up, ricling to sound of the horn in his eight seconds of glory. Photo by Mary Carpenter. Four Lassen College students place in NIRA rodeo By Mary Carpenter Staff Writer Four Lassen community College students and rodeo team members placed among hundreds of rodeo team members from all over California and Nevada in the Western Regional National Intercollegiate Rodeo held at LCC on Friday, Oct. 12 and Saturday, Oct. 13 with the men's team finishing seventh overall. Lassen College hosted the NIRA rodeo with new assis- tant coach Wayne Suchorsky announcing the play-by-play" times and scores; LCC hosted teams from California State Polytechnic in San Luis Obispo and Pomona; University of Nevada Las Vegas and Reno; California State University, Fresno; Cuesta College; West Hills College; Feather River College; Truckee Meadows and many independent col- lege competitors. LCC student Cody Dorris finished seventh overall in steer wrestling and Danni Jenner placed sixth overall in barrel racing. Scott Williamson who placed second overall in bull riding held at the Feather River College NIRA rodeo did, well in the first round placing second, but did not make the second round final at LCC and LCC student Ryan Wemple finished second in Team Roping, at LCC. "We have a lot of freshman this year," said rodeo coach and LCC Ag instructor Brian. Wolf. "We have a young team but we've doubled in team members and traveling team members since last year. We also expect to actually double our numbers next year bring- mg in a lot of new talent." Suchorsky, like Wolf, expects to see a lot of new team members in the fall. "Right now we have a lot of freshman honing their skills and they are very good. We have less practice time in our own arena because of the weather but we expect to be doing well in points next sea- son," said Suchorsky. Trap shoot specialists Don Williams, left, .Lowell Harwood, Wayne Jambois and Dan Gustafson pc= Club's trap shoot on Tuesday, Oct. 30 at the Rice Canyon Shooting Range. In the first round, 25 rounds are shot from 16-yards away. Williams scored+30 expert class on Sunday a 25, Gustafson scored a 23 and Jambois scored an 18. In the second round at 16-yal'ds, Williams scored a 23 and Jambois scored a 19. In the third round at 27-yards with 25 shots, Gustafson and Williams tied at 21. Photo by Bob Jones Choosing a builder is a big job.You need someone you can trust, and a company that is going to treat your job with the utmost care and attention. Our smart built homes, the most efficient in the area, are certified by LMUD for energy efficiency. Residential and commercial, designs & construction. All phases Estimates CONSTRUCTION, I.N Michael Kirack, owner/builder Lt Ca. Lic 120