The Lassen College Lady Cougar soccer team hosted their second-to-last conference game against the College of the Redwoods Corsairs Tuesday, Nov. 7. The Corsairs left the field with the win 1-0 after a tough game on the Cougar field. Though Lassen ultimately lost the match, they were sure to give a great fight throughout the duration of the game. The Corsairs were only able to make their single goal once the second period had begun and the Cougar defensive line was thrown out of sync.
Lassen College’s wrestling team welcomed the Sierra College Wolverines to the den Wednesday, Nov. 8 for a set of matches. Both Jonathan Campos and Cole Mair saw time on the mat as they wrestled for the 174-pound and heavyweight division, respectively. Campos struggled on the mat against his Wolverine counterpart. In the first round, Campos earned two points for a takedown, but a series of reversals and near falls against him caused the score to jump to 10-2, Sierra by the bell.
The Lassen College men’s soccer team played their final home conference game Tuesday, Nov. 7 against visiting team, the College of the Redwoods Corsairs. Lassen entered the field with a four-win streak, and the men were more than determined to keep the spree going. By the end of the game, Lassen had successfully won the match 3-1 and were able to keep their undefeated title. The first goal of the game was made by a Corsair on a mission.
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