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PinePress BII00I/00C BWI00Iall Tuesday, Nov! 4, 2000 3C title quest 1C seven the regu- Seals, also a had 15 and six tough if Without them. of the many And that to key St. Jacques Seals suit figures r Trini- ran for the junior. for of the game with (11.0 avg.) comple- ment his 10 catches, 253 yards and four scores. Tony Jimenez may have a bigger role. The senior rushed for 7.9 yards a carry and amassed 697 yards and nine touchdowns. "We're going to look to Tay- lor to do a lot of things, but we can't expect him to carry the team. All year long we have been a team with multiple weapons and that has made us as successful as we've been," St. Jacques said. "Paradise's defense is not real big but is giving up about 15 points a game. They played inspired football against Foothill, which can score a lot of points alSO." This Friday's game at Arnold Field starts at 7 p.m. )f Years an Season. Season. allowed by 177 Number of yards Taylor Polan has gained more than Oscar Rigg in his senior season. Rigg ran for 1,949 yards as a junior. $6 The amount of money adults need to bring to attend this Friday's Northern Section semifinal game. 1994 Last time Lassen played Paradise. 1998 Last time Lassen won a playoff game. The Grizzlies dropped Yreka 49-7 in the first round. 1993 The Grizzlies pulled off a shocking 20-19 upset over top-seed Anderson in the first round of the playoffs. Cougars get off to impressive starts in Reno Lassen College women's bas- ketball team is wasting no time trying to erase memories of last season. The Lady Cougars opened the 2000-2001 campaign by hosting and winning the Reno Shootout Friday-Sunday, Nov. 10-12 at Reed High School in Sparks, Nev. The women bounced Merritt 77-60 in the championship after wins over Monterey Peninsula 83-60 and Modesto 86-63. "I'm pleased with how we played," said Lassen head coach Mark Nareau, who be- gins his second year of his re- turn with the team. "It's a great feeling to put together a team like this after last season. It's hard to judge at this point how good we're going to be, but I think we're going to ex- plosive and a tough team to beat down the road." Freshman Alyson Thurman of Carson City, Nev. was voted the tournament MVP and teammates Jasmere Kirby of Las Vegas, Melissa Bunker of Overton, Nev. and Janelle Mack of Reno were all-tourna- ment selections. In the title game, Thurman poured in 22 points, 14 re- bounds and had four steals. Jamie Wagner had 14 points and four assists, Kirby added 12 points, five rebounds and five assists. Lassen took a 34-31 halftime lead and never looked back against one of the state's pro- jected top teams. Kirby netted 22 of her 24 points in the second half to help Lassen outscore Modesto 53 26 following a 33-27 halftime lead. Bunker knocked down three three-pointers en route to 12 points to go with five steals. McKenzie Harrigan had 11 points and eight boards; Wagner and Thurman scored eight, and Mack ripped down 15 rebounds. Lassen opened the tourna- ment with Monterey Peninsu- la. Jumping out to a17-0 lead and ahead 51-21 at the half, Nareau was able to play the en- tire team. Thurman and Harri- gan netted 13; Wagner had 10 and Bunker chipped in eight points. After last year's 9-20 record, Nareau underwent an exten- sive recruiting effort through- out Nevada, signing 15 players. ,'(Assistant coach) Kalani (Lizares) and I hit the road, knowing that we had to fill every position. We had to build this team from scratch," Nareau said. "We worked from January to August, making three to four trips to Las Vegas and going to a lot of little towns in Nevada." Heading the recruiting list is Kirby, who led the state aver- aging 31 points and 10 assists. "She can do it all. She had of- fers to go a lot of different places," Nareau said. Harrigan joins the team af- ter winning state champi- onships at McQueen High School in Reno, and Mack helped Galena High School to a 4A Nevada title. Wagner is a transfer from Southern Ore- gon. Bunker and Lassen High School's Sarah Richards re- turn from last season. Bunker will direct the team at the point. Other players include ,Jen- nifer Dillie, Zainab Cravin, Sabrina Dixon, Juanita ttar- rowa, Amanda Stinson and Jennifer Brooks. year's Northern Section footlmJl plcoffs Lilts, $5 for senior citizens older than with a school ID card. Eighth graders and are kept by the California Interscholastic 3IF passes will be accepted for free admis- will be held in Lassen County on Friday, Westwood entertains Hamilton 11. All games start at 7 p.m. Promoter Larry Jackson is seeking a racing at the Lassen County Fair- a two-year option in his contract racing dates for the 2001 season with Advisory board at a 6:30 p.m. meeting on office in Susanville. racing at the track since 1993. He will hand over promoting duties l EVans. Jackson said he would return to Oldsmobile. LINE FOR LESS LOWIDEEM.COM @ BUICK" Susanville periodically to oversee operations. HELIP-OUT POP WARNER EA.ADmtS Lassen Pop Warner cheerleaders will be participating in "Tip a Cheerleader Night" from 5 to 8:30 p.m. at Country Kitchen in Su- sanville Wednesday, Nov. 15. Cheerleading coaches will be serving dinner to patrons while cheerleaders will earn tips by seating customers and helping with orders. All proceeds benefit the cheerleaders advancing to a regional competition in San Francisco. Those wishing to make a separate donation can call Dina at 253-2870. i i + • " S $48,323/Yr. Now Hiring-No Experience-Paid Training Great benefits - for app., and exam info: 1-800-429-3660 ext. J-916 7 days a week. (Fee) + + Shield of California Plan ahead because your more predictable. asantly surprised?) The benefits provided include: • Amual physical exams if • Maternity coverage* and Well-Baby Care • Prescriptions filled at par- ticipating pharmacies for as littlc as $]0 each (up to supply of generic dmgs) • Physician hospital and hbora- I tory services • Coverage for oral contraceptives • Optional dental coverage at affordable rat. If you're fired of hi&bin costs fecl fm’ to call today and we'll talk. Michael Marks Insurance Agency E. M00m, CLU CA UC. #0474949 * ency L #677121 800-339-3882 " 259-4229 fill  €,,d nun:ase a _ [ -m ' - ..... . ,,, ZERO Oown and jusl $19 per m°nln wire ..... "r'z-,-h,30 2uuu,mu]n-v'-., .,....n.mJh.vasetenew 1 llnomm,,,__ ,i.' _...,.,n/ gasn:-.--,- .... • 1.1 11w ,'la,- - "'--" I 1 I€- , A'IOU" ,€. a'', -- =....-.- Eagle Homdain Yamaha • 283-305g 2019 E. Main St, Ouincy @YAMAHA  w w 's  ;     .,iH m ’wa   i 00 bi Rob Brkrr e) :r Lady Cougar head coach Mark Nareau has recruited hard to rebound from last year's 9-20 season. Cougar men The I,assen men hosted thier season-opening tournament at Hug High School in Reno, win- ning their first two games but falling in the championship game to American River. Second-year head coach Fred Chmiel is equally excited about the potential of his team, building a squad around three returners. Forward Neamoubi Mickle is back after averaging 12 points and seven rebounds as a lreshman. Scott Hansen adds experience as a perimeter shooter, and Fred Blue returns after missing last season. "This is the quickest team I've ever had and we will give teams problems with our pres- sure defense," said Chmiel, who guided the Cougars 238 record and second-place finish in the Golden Valley Confer. ence last year. "We're young though and have a lot of true freshmen. We'll be deeper than last year and better skilled, but the younger guys have learn what it's like to play in game situations be%re they settle in and play to their potential." Look for South Idaho College transfer bean Browne to be one of team's top scoring threats. Chmiel said the sopho more is gifted athlete and will be called on to lead the team with Mickte, Hansen and Blue Freshmen include Julio Jones, Steve Humpreys, Cedric ,Jones, Carlos Dawson, Reggie Willoughby, Jason ,Johnsm and Marcus Hill. 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All year long we have been a team with multiple weapons and that has made us as successful as we've been," St. Jacques said. "Paradise's defense is not real big but is giving up about 15 points a game. They played inspired football against Foothill, which can score a lot of points alSO." This Friday's game at Arnold Field starts at 7 p.m. )f Years an Season. Season. allowed by 177 Number of yards Taylor Polan has gained more than Oscar Rigg in his senior season. Rigg ran for 1,949 yards as a junior. $6 The amount of money adults need to bring to attend this Friday's Northern Section semifinal game. 1994 Last time Lassen played Paradise. 1998 Last time Lassen won a playoff game. The Grizzlies dropped Yreka 49-7 in the first round. 1993 The Grizzlies pulled off a shocking 20-19 upset over top-seed Anderson in the first round of the playoffs. Cougars get off to impressive starts in Reno Lassen College women's bas- ketball team is wasting no time trying to erase memories of last season. The Lady Cougars opened the 2000-2001 campaign by hosting and winning the Reno Shootout Friday-Sunday, Nov. 10-12 at Reed High School in Sparks, Nev. The women bounced Merritt 77-60 in the championship after wins over Monterey Peninsula 83-60 and Modesto 86-63. "I'm pleased with how we played," said Lassen head coach Mark Nareau, who be- gins his second year of his re- turn with the team. "It's a great feeling to put together a team like this after last season. It's hard to judge at this point how good we're going to be, but I think we're going to ex- plosive and a tough team to beat down the road." Freshman Alyson Thurman of Carson City, Nev. was voted the tournament MVP and teammates Jasmere Kirby of Las Vegas, Melissa Bunker of Overton, Nev. and Janelle Mack of Reno were all-tourna- ment selections. In the title game, Thurman poured in 22 points, 14 re- bounds and had four steals. Jamie Wagner had 14 points and four assists, Kirby added 12 points, five rebounds and five assists. Lassen took a 34-31 halftime lead and never looked back against one of the state's pro- jected top teams. Kirby netted 22 of her 24 points in the second half to help Lassen outscore Modesto 53 26 following a 33-27 halftime lead. Bunker knocked down three three-pointers en route to 12 points to go with five steals. McKenzie Harrigan had 11 points and eight boards; Wagner and Thurman scored eight, and Mack ripped down 15 rebounds. Lassen opened the tourna- ment with Monterey Peninsu- la. Jumping out to a17-0 lead and ahead 51-21 at the half, Nareau was able to play the en- tire team. Thurman and Harri- gan netted 13; Wagner had 10 and Bunker chipped in eight points. After last year's 9-20 record, Nareau underwent an exten- sive recruiting effort through- out Nevada, signing 15 players. ,'(Assistant coach) Kalani (Lizares) and I hit the road, knowing that we had to fill every position. We had to build this team from scratch," Nareau said. "We worked from January to August, making three to four trips to Las Vegas and going to a lot of little towns in Nevada." Heading the recruiting list is Kirby, who led the state aver- aging 31 points and 10 assists. "She can do it all. She had of- fers to go a lot of different places," Nareau said. Harrigan joins the team af- ter winning state champi- onships at McQueen High School in Reno, and Mack helped Galena High School to a 4A Nevada title. Wagner is a transfer from Southern Ore- gon. Bunker and Lassen High School's Sarah Richards re- turn from last season. Bunker will direct the team at the point. Other players include ,Jen- nifer Dillie, Zainab Cravin, Sabrina Dixon, Juanita ttar- rowa, Amanda Stinson and Jennifer Brooks. year's Northern Section footlmJl plcoffs Lilts, $5 for senior citizens older than with a school ID card. Eighth graders and are kept by the California Interscholastic 3IF passes will be accepted for free admis- will be held in Lassen County on Friday, Westwood entertains Hamilton 11. All games start at 7 p.m. Promoter Larry Jackson is seeking a racing at the Lassen County Fair- a two-year option in his contract racing dates for the 2001 season with Advisory board at a 6:30 p.m. meeting on office in Susanville. racing at the track since 1993. He will hand over promoting duties l EVans. Jackson said he would return to Oldsmobile. LINE FOR LESS LOWIDEEM.COM @ BUICK" Susanville periodically to oversee operations. HELIP-OUT POP WARNER EA.ADmtS Lassen Pop Warner cheerleaders will be participating in "Tip a Cheerleader Night" from 5 to 8:30 p.m. at Country Kitchen in Su- sanville Wednesday, Nov. 15. Cheerleading coaches will be serving dinner to patrons while cheerleaders will earn tips by seating customers and helping with orders. All proceeds benefit the cheerleaders advancing to a regional competition in San Francisco. Those wishing to make a separate donation can call Dina at 253-2870. i i + • " S $48,323/Yr. Now Hiring-No Experience-Paid Training Great benefits - for app., and exam info: 1-800-429-3660 ext. J-916 7 days a week. (Fee) + + Shield of California Plan ahead because your more predictable. asantly surprised?) The benefits provided include: • Amual physical exams if • Maternity coverage* and Well-Baby Care • Prescriptions filled at par- ticipating pharmacies for as littlc as $]0 each (up to supply of generic dmgs) • Physician hospital and hbora- I tory services • Coverage for oral contraceptives • Optional dental coverage at affordable rat. If you're fired of hi&bin costs fecl fm’ to call today and we'll talk. Michael Marks Insurance Agency E. M00m, CLU CA UC. #0474949 * ency L #677121 800-339-3882 " 259-4229 fill  €,,d nun:ase a _ [ -m ' - ..... . ,,, ZERO Oown and jusl $19 per m°nln wire ..... "r'z-,-h,30 2uuu,mu]n-v'-., .,....n.mJh.vasetenew 1 llnomm,,,__ ,i.' _...,.,n/ gasn:-.--,- .... • 1.1 11w ,'la,- - "'--" I 1 I€- , A'IOU" ,€. a'', -- =....-.- Eagle Homdain Yamaha • 283-305g 2019 E. Main St, Ouincy @YAMAHA  w w 's  ;     .,iH m ’wa   i 00 bi Rob Brkrr e) :r Lady Cougar head coach Mark Nareau has recruited hard to rebound from last year's 9-20 season. Cougar men The I,assen men hosted thier season-opening tournament at Hug High School in Reno, win- ning their first two games but falling in the championship game to American River. Second-year head coach Fred Chmiel is equally excited about the potential of his team, building a squad around three returners. Forward Neamoubi Mickle is back after averaging 12 points and seven rebounds as a lreshman. Scott Hansen adds experience as a perimeter shooter, and Fred Blue returns after missing last season. "This is the quickest team I've ever had and we will give teams problems with our pres- sure defense," said Chmiel, who guided the Cougars 238 record and second-place finish in the Golden Valley Confer. ence last year. "We're young though and have a lot of true freshmen. We'll be deeper than last year and better skilled, but the younger guys have learn what it's like to play in game situations be%re they settle in and play to their potential." Look for South Idaho College transfer bean Browne to be one of team's top scoring threats. Chmiel said the sopho more is gifted athlete and will be called on to lead the team with Mickte, Hansen and Blue Freshmen include Julio Jones, Steve Humpreys, Cedric ,Jones, Carlos Dawson, Reggie Willoughby, Jason ,Johnsm and Marcus Hill. 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