Subway Trinity Wolves Volleyball Player of the Week: Dummer

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The Subway Trinity Wolves Volleyball Player of the Week is Kendal Dummer.

Kendal, “had 8 digs against Fall River and 10 against Modoc. Kendal led the team defensively and had reliable serving,” said Coach Christy Rogers.

Congratulations Kendal. Coach has your certificate for Subway.

Thanks Subway!

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Cross Country round up from Saturday October 3rd

Trinity’s Ben Harper continues to smoke the competition, taking first place at the Pacific Grove Invitational and setting a new record for the 5000m course of 16:15.06. Karly Gutermuth from Trinity stayed home to recover from a bit of illness. Gutermuth has the second fastest girls 5k time in the North Section this season (18:39.4). Complete results can be found at

At the State of Jefferson XC Meet in Ashland, Ore, the Yreka girls varsity team finished 5th, led by Meri Krier in 8th place at 20:28.01 for the 5K course. Frosh Lena Fogle broke new ground coming in as Yreka’s number-two varsity finisher in 16th place (21:01.99). Marron Bahen of Etna won the girls’ junior varsity 5K in 21:22.38. Complete results can be found at

Mt. Shasta headed to the Clam Beach Invitational in Mckinleyville, where Marissa Bonivert finished 5th in the 3-mile varsity girls race. It was Bonivert’s first varsity 3-mile race. Chris Morzenti, among the top-three boys runners in the North Section missed the meet due to a scheduling conflict. Complete results can be found at

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Wildwood Crossing Etna Lions Volleyball Player of the Week: Morrill

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The Wildwood Crossing Etna Lions Volleyball Player of the Week is Lexi Morrill.

Lexi, “is a great setter and a constant positive attitude on the court. She also played very well against Yreka,” said Coach Christa Fournier.

Congratulations Lexi. You have a certificate from Wildwood Crossing coming your way.

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“War Comes Home” exhibit on display at COS Library


“I’m coming home! I’m looking forward to seeing you again…but I’m in no hurry to see the expressions on your faces when you see me.” – Private Al Puntasecca, letter to his family, 1953.

The Community is invited to view the traveling exhibit “War Comes Home: The Legacy” at the COS Weed Campus Library. This free exhibit is on display through October 8. The exhibit is part of Cal Humanities’ current War Comes Home initiative which “aims to raise awareness of and promote greater understanding of our veterans and explore the impact of war on communities.”

For veterans, returning home from war can be both an exhilarating and challenging experience. Through private correspondence from almost every major conflict in U.S. history, War Comes Home offers insight into the thoughts and emotions of veterans and their families upon their homecoming. These intimate perspectives – from the Civil War era through the wars in Afghanistan and Iraq – reveal how war can shape a life, a family, and a community.

The COS Weed Campus Library is open Monday thru Thursday from 8:00 am to 5:00 pm and Fridays from 8:00 am to 2:00 pm. The Library will be open for extended hours the last day of the exhibit –Thursday, October 8 from 5:00 to 8:00 pm. For questions regarding the exhibit, call the Library at (530) 938-5331. The Weed Campus can also be reached by calling (530) 938-5555 or toll-free, (888) 397-433

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Subway Mt. Shasta Bear Gridiron Great: DeLeon

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Myles had, “12 total tackles and two pass breakups. (He) also did a nice job setting the edge at his tight end position,” said Coach Tony Pavlic.

Congratulations Myles. Coach has your certificate for Subway.

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Mt. Shasta v Weed varsity volleyball bonus photos by Violet Carter

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Cedar Lanes Weed Soccer Player of the Week: Valdez

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The Cedar Lanes Weed Soccer Player of the Week for the week of 9/28 is Aaron Valdez (ya, we’re a bit behind).

Coach Kelsea Ochs chose Valdez for his excellent distribution skills from center-mid that create scoring opportunities for the Cougars.

Congratulations Aaron. Coach has your gift certificate for Cedar Lanes.

Thanks Cedar Lanes!

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Black Bear Diner Scoreboard & Schedule 10/6 – 10/10


It’s a good idea to check with the individual schools to make sure games are still a go…just saying. Don’t blame us if you get there and no one else is there. Also, there may be some games not on the schedule because coaches haven’t posted on MaxPreps or haven’t sent a schedule.

To report scores or schedule changes, text 530-340-0811. Email:

Tuesday, October 6


Anderson @ Yreka, 6:30 pm
Burney @ Weed, 6:30 pm
Trinity @ Etna, 6:00 pm
Liberty Christian @ Dunsmuir, 5:30 pm (Var only)
Mt. Shasta @ Fall River, 6:30 pm
Butte Valley @ Tulelake, 5:30 pm


Mt. Shasta @ Fall River, 5:00 pm
Tulelake @ Weed, 5:00 pm
Trinity @ Etna, 5:00 pm
Modoc @ Butte Valley, 5:00 pm


Yreka @ Corning, 3:30 pm

Wednesday, October 7


COS @ Umpqua, 4:00 pm

Cross Country

Weed @ MVL Meet (Williams) (more…)

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Pizza Factory Jackson St. School Student of the Week: Shilo Ryan-Griffith

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“Shilo exemplifies our school motto. He is safe, responsible, and respectful. He works very hard on his schoolwork and makes sure that it is done to the very best of his ability. Shilo is kind to adults and students alike. He is quick-witted and has a great sense of humor.,” said 8th Grade Science Teacher Cheryl Wilhite.


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Weed v U-Prep JV football photos by Howard Albecker

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The Weed Cougars junior varsity team fell to U-Prep 42-6 last Friday. The Cougars head to Burney this Friday.

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Beverly Morgan’s Fact of the Week: three fastest dogs

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Doc Swenson’s Quick Clips: Sanders & Harrison TDs

First clip is Tulelake’s Andrew Sanders TD run against Happy Camp. Second clip, courtesy of Steve Mitchell, is Happy Camp’s Connor Mitchell passing to Malford Harrison for a TD.

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Cougars put up 48 points, but lose to Panthers

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GirdnerHow does a football team score eight touchdowns for 48 points, have possibly a record setting passing night and still lose? The answer is six turnovers and no successful conversions after those eight TDs. Well, that and giving up 51 points to the opponent.

The Weed Cougars started their varsity Homecoming game with a bang, pasting 18 points on the board in the first eight and a half minutes. Weed led 24-7 at the end of the first quarter, but then gave up 17 straight points to the U-Prep Panthers, to go into halftime tied 24-24.

The Cougars started the second half the way they started the game–dominating U-Prep. Three unanswered TDs gave Weed a 42-24 edge with a minute and half to play in the third quarter. The Panthers put up six points right before the end of the quarter, but The Cougars responded with six of their own 15 seconds into the final frame, to lead 48-30. The next 21 points, however, belonged to the Panthers for a 51-48 U-Prep win.

At times, Weed’s defense showed up in a big way. U-Prep started the first drive of the game at its 18, and went backwards. Facing fourth and 11 at the 17-yard-line, the Panthers went with a fake punt (Yes really). That didn’t work out so well, and the Cougars offense trotted on to the field with the ball at the U-Prep 25. A Panther penalty gifted Weed five yards. On the first play from scrimmage, Thairen Sivongsa tossed to Ss’ven Walker for a TD. The PAT was blocked, but Weed led 6-0 with 10:25 on the clock.

The Sivongsa to Walker play was the first in a spectacular night for both players. Unofficially, Walker would wind up with 292 yards receiving and five TDs. Sivongsa threw five TD passes and totaled 305 yards passing. The dynamic duo weren’t the only ones to get in on the aerial attack. Kobe Lonnon also threw for a TD, and caught a TD pass.

U-Prep drove deep into Weed territory on its second possession, but the Panthers’ field goal attempt was blocked. The Cougars took over on their own 25. Seven plays later, Sivongsa and Walker had TD number-two on a 47-yard strike. The 2-point conversion failed, leaving Weed with a 12-0 lead at 3:33.

The Cougars went with an onside kick and recovered at midfield. On the first play, Sivongsa tossed to Lonnon who launched a pass to Walker who had time to run to Subway for a sandwich, catch the ball and sprint into the end zone for a 50-yard TD play, 18-0. For the second time, the PAT was blocked. (more…)

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Doc Swenson’s Quick Clips: Kobe Lonnon TD against U-Prep

Video is of Kobe Lonnon going 14 yards for a touchdown, giving the Weed Cougars a 42-24 lead over the U-Prep Panthers near the end of the third quarter.

U-Prep came back to win the game, 51-48.

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Honkers fly past Indians 40-8

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The Tulelake Honkers flew past the visiting Happy Camp Indians on Friday, winning 40-8.

It took Tulelake almost nine minutes to find pay dirt, but once they did the flood gates opened. Following a Happy Camp punt, the Tulelake offense went to work on the Indians 45. On first down from the 30, Camron Williams went 15 yards to the 15. Will Schumacher moved the ball ahead three yards, and Andrew Sanders took it the rest of the way on the next play. The 2-point conversion failed, but the Honkers led 6-0.

After a negative yardage punt (strange, but true) by Happy Camp, Tulelake started its next drive on the Indian 14. Five plays later, Schumacher went in from five yards out. The conversion failed again, leaving the Honkers with a 12-0 less than a minute into the second quarter.

Happy Camp answered with 10 minutes left in the first half on a 59-yard TD strike from Connor Mitchell to Malford Harrison. Peyton Veach ran in the 2-point conversion, narrowing the Honker lead to 12-8. (more…)

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Weed Homecoming Royalty photos

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Abby Dixon was crowned Queen and Beniah Greene the King at Weed’s Homecoming on Friday night. Prince and Princess were Darian Mathes and Leanna Baxter.

The Ceremony was held between the junior varsity and varsity games. Last year’s king Elijah Walker and Queen Elizabeth Ebrahimy were on hand to crown the new Weed Royalty.

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Black Bear Diner Scoreboard & Schedule 9/28 – 10/3


It’s a good idea to check with the individual schools to make sure games are still a go…just saying. Don’t blame us if you get there and no one else is there. Also, there may be some games not on the schedule because coaches haven’t posted on MaxPreps or haven’t sent a schedule.

To report scores or schedule changes, text 530-340-0811. Email:

Saturday, October 3


#8 COS 40  Foothill 7

Cross Country

Mt. Shasta, @ Clam Beach Invitational (McKinleyville)

Yreka, Weed, Etna, Golden Eagle @ State of Jefferson XC Meet (Ashland)

Trinity @ Pacific Grove Invitational
Ben Harper wins by 28 seconds


Trinity 7 – Modoc 1
Trinity goals: Skyler Lindley (3), Billy Rogers (2), Jordan Huber, Cameron Keating

Friday, October 2


U-Prep 51 – Weed 48

U-Prep JV 42 – Weed JV 6

Slide show coming

Trinity 36 – Mt. Shasta 0

Trinity JV 20 – Mt. Shasta JV 47

Big Valley 54 – Butte Valley 0

Happy Camp 8 - Tulelake 40

Yreka has a bye

Etna has a bye

Dunsmuir has a bye


Skyline 0 – COS 3 (25-23, 25-13, 25-7)

Cross Country

COS @ Toro Park Invite (more…)

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