• Grizzlies baseball takes down Corning, advances to semi-finals


    Weston Ormachea throws the ball to first base.  Photo by Maddie Musante

     May 17 — The Lassen Grizzlies are moving  up in the Northern Section Division II baseball playoffs.

    The varsity team hosted Corning High School for a round-one playoff game at Memorial Park on Friday, May 16 and sent the Cardinals packing with a 13-3 loss.


    Things started off a little slow for the Grizzlies, as Corning’s lead batter hit a triple off an error and was then hit home by the second batter in Corning’s lineup, giving the Cardinals a one-run lead going into the second inning.



  • Grizzlies fall to Sutter, 42-7, in section championship

    Dec. 1 — The Lassen High School varsity football team traveled to Sutter High School to compete in the CIF Northern Section Division III championship game Saturday, Nov. 29.

    Sutter, which  went into the game with a 12-0 undefeated record, came out as the victor by a score of 42-7. It was the first time a team has scored on Sutter since October.

    The Grizzlies ended their season as the champions of the Northern League with an overall record of 9-4 and a league record of 4-1.

  • Grizzlies to host Corning in round one of baseball playoffs

    May 14 — The Lassen High School varsity baseball team has secured the number-three seed in the Northern Section Division II playoffs. 

    The team will host Corning High School at 4 p.m. Friday, May 16 at Memorial Park.

  • Lassen boy's soccer celebrates the season


    The Lassen High School boy’s soccer team held an end-of-the-season awards ceremony in the Lassen High Student Center on Thursday, March 20. The 2013-2014 team included Andy Wotjen, back left, Jon Langston, Cyrus White, Michael Pelfrey, Josh Schmidt, Jason Lilly, Jake Morgan, Jayce Gray, Carson Friedline, Garrison Collier, Jesus Garibo, Robert Pelfrey, Carlos Hernandez, Bo Morgan, Eric Helpingstine, Spencer Frederickson, front left, Wyatt Bollinger, Clayton Williams, Kaden Goforth, Jonathan Hernandez, Anthony Connell, Rafael Hechurie and Dalton Reed. Not pictured is Max McBride.  Photo by Maddie Musante

    Tuesday, March 25 — The Lassen High School boy’s soccer team celebrated the 2013-2014 season with an awards ceremony in the Lassen High Student Center on Thursday, March 20.

    Lassen High head boy’s soccer coach Andrew Fisher handed out awards to several players, some of which were decided by the team and its coaches, and some given out by the Northern Athletic League.


    The award for Best Offensive Player went to Jake Morgan who averages .462 goals per game this season, as well as .462 assists.


    Dalton Reed received the award for Best Defensive Player. 

    Garrison Collier was named the Most Improved Player.

  • Lassen High School to hold freshman football orientation

    June 5 — The Lassen High School football program is holding orientation for freshman football players at 5 p.m. Tuesday, June 10 in the Lassen High School weight room.

  • Local baseball player signs with Dakota State University


    Lassen High School senior baseball player Garrison Collier will be attending and playing baseball for Dakota State University in the fall.  Photo submitted

     April 29 — Lassen High School student/athlete Garrison Collier will be attending and playing baseball for Dakota State University, in Madison, S.D., in the fall.

    Collier, who aspires to a career in national and global cybersecurity, received acceptance letters from ITT Technical Institute, New York Institute of Technology, University of the Pacific, University of Oklahoma, as well as others.

    He chose Dakota State University because of its extensive program in cybersecurity, as well as its link to the FBI and NSA.


    “With the cyber operations major I plan on doing network security for a large corporation or maybe even the NSA,” Collier said.

    After committing to Dakota State, Collier was contacted by the university’s baseball coach who was interested in making Collier a member of the team. According to Collier, he was not initially recruited and planned to walk onto the baseball team, so he filled out a recruiting questionnaire, submitted it in the morning and got a call from the DSU coach a few hours later. Shortly after discussing baseball and the team at DSU, Collier received a letter of intent to sign.


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