Sports briefs for the week of May 22
MAKE LIONS TEAMS
Lassen High School's Jason McMullen joins four Plumas County high school senior football players on the rosters for the Lions Northern California All-Star Football Game.
McMullen, last season's team MVP and an All-Northern Section selection at offensive guard, will suit up for the north team, while Portola linebacker Justin Ward, Greenville wide receiver Nathaniel Bond, Chester fullback Gage Wade and Quincy defensive end Cliff Conover will play for the south.
McMullen's brother, Brandon, played in the Lions game in 1996.
The game will be held on Thursday, Aug. 2 at Shasta College in Redding. For tickets, call Dave Keller at 283-0800.
Camp Grizz, basketball camps for boys and girls, will be held at Lassen High School this summer.
A camp for eight through 11 year olds is set for Monday, June 25 through Thursday, June 28. A camp for 12 through 14 year olds is scheduled for Monday, July 2 through Thursday, July 5.
The cost is $30 per child for each camp and instruction will be headed by Lassen High School girls' basketball head coach Dorinda Shaffer. Register on the first day of each camp, or mail a check payable to the high school to Lassen Camps, 1110 Main St., Susanville, 96130.
Call Shaffer at 257-8387 for more information.
SLATED AT UNR
Football, volleyball and basketball camps will be held at University of Nevada-Reno this summer.
The non-contact football camp is set for Monday-Thursday, June 25-28. Each session will last from 9 a.m. to noon each day. UNR head football coach Chris Tormey, his staff and former players will instruct the camp. The cost is $85 per person. Call 775-784-4062 to register.
Volleyball camps are scheduled for Monday-Friday, June 11-15 and Friday-Sunday, July 27-29. UNR volleyball coach Devin Scruggs will head the instruction. Call 775-784-4046 for more information.
Basketball camps for boys and girls are set for Monday-Thursday, June 11-14; Monday-Thursday, July 30-Aug. 2; Monday-Thursday, Aug. 6-9. UNR men's head coach Trent Johnson will lead the instructional staff. Call 775-784-4046 for more infomation.
GET A FISH LICENSE
Visit California Department of Fish and Game's new E-License web site to purchase that annual sport fishing license.
The new E-License web site was launched in January, along with an expanded array of online information and state services, and is included in the new "My California" web portal located at www.ca.gov. The E-License website is also accessible at www.dfg.ca.gov.
"We're thrilled to offer this site and we plan to continue to make it easier for the public to access our services," said DFG Director Robert C. Hight.
Once the easy online transaction is complete, anglers will receive their license in the mail within seven days. Those wishing to purchase a license for immediate use are still encouraged to drop by their nearest authorized license agent. A search engine to find a license agent in a particular location is available on the E-License site.
Applications are being accepted for the Modoc Horseman's Association of Alturas.
Membership fees for 2001 are $20 for a family, $15 for singles and 415 for juniors. Members will be able to participate in all five of the association's shows at a lower fee than non-members.
All events will be held at the Junior Livestock Showgrounds in Alturas.
Call Pat Gaylord of Adin at 299-3310 for more information.
TO INSTRUCT CAMP
Learn wrestling techniques from three-time NCAA and Olympic champion Mark Schultz during a five-day camp At Feather River College in Quincy Monday-Friday, July 9-13.
Helping Schultz, head coach at BYU, will be NCCA champion Dan Chaid and national women's champion Kristy Schultz. Space is limited. Call Schultz at 801-897-4427, or 800-442-9799, extension 295.
Dick Dallagiacomo and Mike Butler teamed up to win the Emerson Lake Two-Man Best Ball Tournament Saturday-Sunday, May 12-13.
The two carded a 8-under-par 136 through two rounds to top the field in the gross flight. They were followed by the team of Ken Loflin and Roger Bird (138), Gary Bagnani and Charles Creecy (138), and Jon Weir and Jim Ernaga (139).
Lorin Galassi and Dan Reddick edged Steve and Cory Brown in a one-hole playoff to win the net flight. After Sunday's round, the two teams were tied at 19-under-par 125. The team of Brian Dunn and Jimmy Padilla finished third at 126. Greg Arnold and Art Porter took fourth, and Bob Russell and Tom Swickard were fifth.
Monday Night League, where two-man teams play in different formats each Monday, starts June 4 and extends through Aug. 26.
The annual Oldsmobile Scramble will be held on Saturday, June 2. Men and women form four-man teams and compete to advance to sectional qualifying and eventually for a shot to play for the national title later this summer.
Call Todd Sickles at 257-6303 for more information on upcoming tournaments.