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4C Wednesday, Nov. 21, 2001 Football, Etc, Lassen quarterback John Black hands off to E.J. Per- sons, who runs for a first down. The Grizzlies will play Enterprise tonight at Lassen High School in the Division I championship game. Photo by Rob Brockmeyer Pharmacy (530) 832-4218 Fax 832-13711 k~7 C~iol St. Portolo. CA 96122 High Sierra Books 80 Commercial Street, Portola 832-I 980 Books, Music. GreeUng Cards, Games & Larse Children's ~Qction/~Ve Sp~Ja| Order Complimentary Gift Wrap/Gift CerliFKzates LAYMAN RESORT 1530) 832-2356 E-mail: P.O. Box 8, Blairsden, CA 96103 STEVE & JUNE WAASDORP If you would like to sponsor this page, contact Denise at the Portola Reporter 832-4646. "No More Homeless Pets" Bailey-Lab cross Bailey is a 17 me. old neutered male. Dog friendly, good on leash, housebroken. Loves to run, play ball and fetch. Likes water Needs lots of attention and exercise. Would tge great family dog. Cinder-Husky Cross Cinder is a 2 yr. old spayed female. 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Bulletin, Progressive, By Rob Brocluneyer a host of players Staff Writer nor aches and Finally! backer Shawn After three years of heart- injury makes him break in the semifinals, for the game and Lassen High School's football back Cody team has made it to the to playdespitea Northern Section Division I After John Black championship game. a four-yard keeper The top-seeded Grizzlies Lassen a 7-0 won their llth straight game Foothill in the first last Friday, holding on to he lobbed a short beat No. 4 Foothill 20-14 at the arms of Frailey home in a classic battle, before hafftime With less than a minute to zlies took a go and backed up just outside to the locker room. the red zone, Lassen's defense Then Foothill dug in and stopped the nine-minutedrivetOs Cougars on three consecutive third quarter. Jake plays with just a yard to go and Tony LaRussa for a first down. Lassen's Ben Cougars into Lassen Baker sacked Foothill's Ryan ry, and after a Bridges on fourth down and al and a double the Grizzlies were on their Loveless, LaRussa way to the title game. yards into the end "It's feels great," Lassen eventhe score. head coach Tom St. Jacques After two stalled said. "It was real emotional Grizzlies grabbed for the players, us coaches courtesy of Ryan and the fans at the erid of the 50-yard return to game. We felt the pressure to two-yard line with get to the championship play. game and we pulled it off. It's "Ryan's return a big weight lifted off our nitely the difference shoulders." second half," St. J The win avenges losses to said. "It gave us back Wheatland, Red Bluff and mentum and set uP a Paradise irt the last three touchdown." semifinal games and pits "I had good block Lassen up against No. 2 En- front of me and just terprise this Wednesday. make one move to The Hornets (9-2) slipped Marshall said. "It past No. 6 Pleasant Valley 17- to be a big play." 7 in its semifinal game, earn- Black pushed his ing the right to defend the Di- the end zone from vision I crown. Lassen led by only sLX The title game will stai't at after Matt Lively'S 7 p.m. at Arnold Field. point attempt was "Enterprise will be ready LaRussa. for us and no doubt the game "Marshall then will be our toughest so far great punt to this season," said St. Jacques, drive most of the field who led Lassen to a 7-0 win win," St. Jacques said. over Enterprise in the teams' "I just didn't want to' last meeting. "Obviously, to (Pettengill) and get! they're a great football team. bounds," Marshall They've got three backs that Lassen (11-0) can fly and they have one of with a memorable the best defenses in the sec- stand and gave itselfa tion." for its first section Enterprise is one of the 1984. most well-coached teams in Ross Sobiera the section, and one of the on the ground, quickest. Head coach Clay Er- 101 yards in 12 rohas the luxury of giving completed four the ball to three proven backs es for 51 yards. -- K.C. Clapsaddle, Brody An- "We had great gley or Ben Jesson. teams play. The "We've got to stop those turn team gave us guys in order to win. If we position and set uP make a mistake on defense, lense nicely," one of those guys is going to Jacques, who won break loose for a touchdown, tion titles as an ass We've been up against some coach at Corona High talented backs this season before coming to and stopped them. We're go- Ticket prices ing to have to do it one more Wednesday's game time," St. Jacques. said. adults, $5 for seniors Lassen comes into the for students. game relatively healthy, with In response to numerous 35 years, will now requests, the Central Plumas cess to the program Recreation and Park District own games," Boland has announced the formation Players in either of a new adult basketball pro- will register gram for the 2001-2002 winter through the district season. Friday, Dec. 7, and In previous years, the adult igible to participate basketball program has been day morning game-' limited to an "Over 35"' ning Dec. 8 at the league, with formal teams High School Gym. playing full-court games, ers that have prer However, in more recent will be allowed to years, there appears to be a Saturday morning greater interest in playing We are hopefu three-on-three or four-on-four new format will al games, using only haft of the more flexibility for court, according to Central ers, while also Plumas Recreation and Park more playing tim, District Director Jim Boland. new Under 35 "With the new format, Bolandadded. more mature players can con- For more tinue to play against teams about the new adult within their own age group, ball program, contact while younger players, under trict at 283-3278. Quincy Elks Lodge No. 11 and 12-13. The 1884 will be holding the An- winners will go to nual Hoop Shoot Free Throw trict finals in contest on Dec. 9. It will be tola. held in the multi purpose There ave no fees building at Feather River for this event. If College, from noon to 3 p.m. any questions, The contest is for all boys Master at 283-0670 and girls ages 8 to 13. There p.m. are three age groups: 8-9, 10-