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Baseball: Susanville Renegades Host Thomas Tucker Tourney


Niki Cunningham
Sports Editor

The Susanville Renegades hosted their annual Thomas Tucker tournament on June 25 and 26 at Memorial Park. The Renegades won one game and lost three games. They opened with a 10-6 loss to Chico in the opener on Saturday, Trevor Schluter had three hits for Susanville. In the second game the Renegades lost to Shasta Lake 12-4. Jake Bennett had two hits.

On Sunday Susanville bounced back to beat Shasta Lake 12-2. Wyatt Laranaga pitched five innings to pick up the win.Spencer Lively had four hits, including two doubles, and three runs batted in. Jagger Delgado had two hits and scored two runs. Jake Bennett had two hits, including a double a double and two runs batted in. In th second game Susanville again lost to Chico 10-5. Carson Chavez had three hits, Zack George and Jake Bennett had two hits, including a double.

On Tuesday June 28, Susanville traveled to Reno to play North Valley a doubleheader. The teams spit with North Valley winning 7-1 in the opener and Susanville winning the second game 8-5. Susanville currently has a record of 8 wins and 8 loses on the season.


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Baseball: Susanville Minor All-Stars move on to Section Championship


Niki Cunningham
Sports Editor

The Susanville Minor All-Stars went undefeated outscoring their opponents 61-5 to win the 2016 District 48 Championship. The tournament took place in Susanville on June 17th-21st.

On June 17, Susanville took on Quincy and came out on top 12-3. Tyler Zahniser started on the mound going 3 innings giving up 3 runs on 4 walks, no hits and 3 k’s. Seth Mallery followed Zahniser on the mound pitching 2 innings. Mallery had 4 k’s, gave up 1 walk, no hits, and no runs. Matthew Battey came in to pitch in the 6th to finish out the game. Battey had 1 k and did not give up any hits or runs. At the plate Nash Osborn had 2 RBI, Seth Mallery went 2 for 4, Sutter Moss 2 for 4 with 2 RBI, Tyler Zahniser 2 for 4 with 2 RBI, Connor Wolcott 1 for 1 with 1 RBI, and Jack Wright 1 for 1 with 1 RBI.

Game two for Susanville took place on June 23rd against Modoc. Seth Mallery got the start on the mound and went 3 innings giving up 2 hits, 2 walks, 1 run and had 7 k’s. Mallery was followed by Reese Chappius who pitched .2 innings with 2 walks, 2 k’s, no hits and no runs. Sutter Moss came in to finish out the game in the 4th giving up a walk and striking out the last batter to end the game. At the plate for Susanville Nash Osborn and Tyler Zahniser led the team, each going 3 for 3 with 3 RBI. Tucker Schall went 1 for 2 with 1 RBI, Matthew Battey 1 for 1 with 1 RBI, and Reece Chappius was 1 for 3. Susanville had 11 runs on 9 hits and only gave up 1 run to beat Modoc 11-1.

The next game for Susanville was on June 19th against Chester. Reece Chappius pitched a complete 4 inning game against Chester. He was backed by great defense from Seth Mallery, Sutter Moss and Jarin Wheeler. Chappius had 2 k’s, 1 walk and threw a no hitter, shut out. Chappius was supported at the plate by his teammates with 22 hits putting 26 runs on the board! Nash Osborn went 2 for 3 with 2 RBI, Seth Mallery 3 for 5 with 1 RBI, Sutter Moss 3 for 4 with 2 RBI, Tyler Zahniser 4 for 5 with 6 RBI, Reece Chappius 4 for 5 with 6 RBI, Connor Wolcott 1 for 3 with 2 RBI, James Lynn 1 for 3 with 1 RBI, Beck Williams 1 for 2 with 2 RBI, Matthew Battey had 1 RBI and Jack Heimbigner had 1 RBI. Susanville defeated Chester in 4 innings by a score of 26-0. This win earned them a trip to the championship game.

On June 18th, Susanville faced Greenville in the Championship game. Sutter Moss started on the mound for Susanville pitching 3 innings. Moss gave up 6 walks, no hits, 1 run and had 3 k’s. Matthew Battey finished the game on the mound. Battey went 3 innings giving up 2 walks, 1 hit, no runs, and had 4 k’s. At the plate Nash Osborn was 2 for 5 with 2 RBI, Sutter Moss 2 for 5 with 3 RBI, Tyler Zahniser 2 for 4 with 2 RBI, Reece Chappius 2 for 4 with 2 RBI, Connor Wolcott 1 for 1, and Beck Williams 1 for 1. Susanville beat Greenville 12-1 to win the District 48 Championship!

The boys will play for the Section Championship July 16-21 right here in Susanville!











Manager Terry Jackson, Coach Jimmy Lynn, Coach Mike Chappius
Connor Wolcott, Tyler Zahniser, Reece Chappius, Sutter Moss, Mtthew Battey, James Lynn, Jack Wright
Jack Heimbigner, Jarin Wheeler, Tucker Schall, Seth Mallery, Beck WIllaims, Nash Osborn


Baseball: Susanville Major All-Stars travel to Burney


Niki Cunningham
Sports Editor

The Susanville Major All-Stars played for the District 48 Championship in Burney, CA June 22nd-26th. The team proved to be a competitive force in the tournament, but couldn’t overcome the team from Feather River.

Game one took place on the 22nd with Susanville coming out on top of Intermountain 10-3. Jacob Wolcott started on the mound pitching 4 innings with 3 k’s, 2 hits, and 3 unearned runs! He was followed on the mound by Jericho Daniel for 1.2 innings with 3k’s, no runs and no hits and Nolan Mallery for .1 innings with 1k. At the plate Susanville put up 10 runs on 11 hits and 4 errors from Intermountain. Leading the way at the plate was Jericho Daniel 3 for 4 with 3 RBI, Ben Null 2 for 2 with 1 RBI, Nolan Mallery 2 for 4, Braiden Fitzgerald 2 for 4 with 1 RBI, and Dominic Barghini 1 for 2 with a 2 run homerun. Next up for Susanville was the Almanor All-Stars.

On June 23rd Susanville beat Almanor 14-2 in 4 innings. Nolan Mallery started on the mound pitching 2.1 innings with 5 k’s, 3 hits, and giving up 2 runs. Jericho Daniel followed with 1.2 innings with 2 k’s and 2 hits. Dominic Barghini finished up on the mound for .1 innings giving up 1 hit, but holding Almanor to their 2 previous runs. At the plate Susanville had 14 runs on 13 hits and 2 errors from Almanor. Nolan Mallery went 1 for 2 with 1 RBI, Braiden Fitzgerald 2 for 4, Jacob Wolcott 1 for 2 with a homerun, Jericho Daniel 2 for 3 with 3 RBI, Dominic Barghini 3 for 3 with 3 RBI and a homerun, Evan Madden 1 for 1, Tanner Tibbetts 2 for 2, Tristan Marshall 1 for 1, and Bobby Robles 1 for 3 with a game ending 3 run homerun to put the ten run rule into effect.

Game 3 took place on June 24th against the team from Feather River. Feather River proved to be tough and defeated Susanville 18-5 in 4 innings. Jericho Daniel started on the mound and struggled against the disciplined bats of Feather River. He pitched 2.2 innings with 5 k’s, 2 walks, 5 hits and 7 runs. He was followed by Dominic Barghini  and Bobby Robles who collectively gave up 7 runs in .2 innings. Ben Null came in to finish giving up 1 hit, 1 walk and then striking out the last 2 batters to end the inning. At the plate Bobby Robles led the way hitting 2 for 3, Nolan Mallery went 1 for 2, Braiden Fitzgerald went 1 for 2, Ben Null went 1 for 2, Dominic Barghini went 1 for 1, and Evan Madden went 1 for 1 with a 2 run homerun. This loss put Susanville into the losers bracket and they were set to face off against the team from Almanor yet again.

On June 25th Susanville defeated Almanor again in an 8-7 walk off win. Dominic Barghini started on the mound going 4.2 innings with 3 k’s, 2 walks, 5 hits and giving up 7 runs. Ben Null finished on the mound going 1.2 innings and holding Almanor to their 7 previous runs with 2 k’s, 2 walks, no hits and no runs. At the plate Booby Robles led the way with a single, double and a homerun. Susanville was down 7-5 in the bottom of the 5th inning when Hayden Johnson came to the plate with two outs, 1 runner on, and hit a two run homerun to tie the game at 7. Ben Null came out to pitch the top of the 6th walking his first two batters only to strike out the next two and got a pop fly out to hold Almanor. Trenton Sanchez led off the bottom of the 6th with a single followed by a double by Nolan Mallery to put runners on second and third with no outs. Braiden Fitzgerald hit a ground ball to short stop sending Sanchez to the plate to score on a close play at the plate. Susanville lived to see another game in a walk off 8-7 win. The win against Almanor put Susanville in the Championship game, once again facing Feather River, who Susanville would have to beat twice to earn the Championship.

Susanville and Feather River squared off once again on June 26th to battle for the District 48 Championship. Once again Feather River’s bats proved to be too much for the struggling pitching from Susanville. Feather River claimed the Championship in an 18-11 win. Nolan Mallery started on the mound followed by Jacob Wolcott, Hayden Johnson and Tanner Tibbetts. Susanville’s pitching threw 8 k’s and gave up 14 walks, 9 hits, and 18 runs. They battled back offensively with 11 runs on 11 hits and 4 errors from Feather River, but it wasn;t enough to overcome Feather River. At the plate Nolan Mallery went 1 for 3, Braiden Fitzgerald 3 for 4, Ben Null 2 for 4, Tristan Marshall 2 for 2, Kevin Kiar 1 for 2, Tanner Tibbetts 1 for 3 and Bobby Robles went 1 for 3 with a grand slam homerun.


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Coach Geoff Cook, Coach Rob Robles, Coach Jake Wolcott, Manager Blayne Mallery

Nolan Mallery, Evan Madden, Jericho Daniel, Bobby Robles, Ben Null, Jacob Wolcott

Hayden Johnson, Tristan Marshall, Kevin Kiar, Dominic Barghini, Braiden Fitzgerald, Tanner Tibbetts, Trenton Sanchez

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