Miners win Yreka Tourney, Bears reach semis

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The Yreka Miners defeated The Del Norte Warriors 6-3 on Saturday, to earn the Yreka Classic Softball Tournament championship. The Miners went into the seventh inning tied, 3-3, but scored three runs to win it.

Yreka finished pool play on Friday at 2-1, and wound up with an early start on Saturday morning, while top seeds Del Norte and Modoc rested. The Miners shutout Fall River 7-0 in the first game, with pitcher Kendall Moser notching the win. Yreka then hammered Modoc 10-2 in a semi-final game, with Tanaya Wilson recording the victory in the circle. The Miners had lost in pool play to Modoc, 5-4.

Del Norte reached the title tilt via an 11-10 come-from-behind semi-final win over Mt. Shasta. The Bears had a lead going into the bottom of the seventh, but were unable to hold it. Mt. Shasta defeated Trinity, 5-0, earlier in the morning to reach the semi-finals. The Bears finished the tourney 2-3, defeating Trinity in pool play 8-5, and losing to Yreka 8-7 and Del Norte 8-6. Trinity went 1-3 in the tourney, with the Wolves win coming over Fall River in pool play 7-2.

In the tournament final, Yreka took a 2-0 lead in the top of the third inning. The Miners were a guest in their own house due to being the lower seed. Shyanne Rose got the Yreka offense rolling with a two-out triple. Mckenzie Pellizzer drove in Rose with a single. A double by Ashely Cox plated Pellizzer.

Del Norte put up a run in the fourth inning on a single, an error, a steal and a ground out, making the score 2-1.

The Miners answered right back in the top of the fifth. With one gone, Rose singled and then advanced to second and third bases on two wild pitches. Pellizzer walked. Cox reached on a fielder’s choice that erased Pellizzer, but picked up an RBI, when Rose crossed the plate, making it 3-1.

The Warriors battled back in the bottom half of the inning to tie the game, 3-3, with a pair of runs. The runs came on two doubles, a single, and an error.

“When Del Norte tied it up I was getting really nervous, but I was just trying be insanely focused because I knew if I wasn’t focused they could have got ahead of us,” said Moser. (more…)

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Wildwood Crossing Scoreboard & Schedule 3/23 -3/28

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 SiskiyouYouth.com a schedule.

To report scores or schedule changes, text or call 530-340-0811. Email: siskiyouyouth@sisqtel.net

Saturday, March 28

Softball

Yreka 6 – Del Norte 3 for championship @ Yreka Tourney

Yreka 10 – Modoc 2 @ Yreka Tourney

Yreka 7 – Fall River 0 @ Yreka Tourney

Mt Shasta 10 – Del Norte 11 @ Yreka Tourney

Mt. Shasta 5 – Trinity 0 @ Yreka Tourney

Etna 20 – Chester 4 @ Los Molinos Tourney
Etna 3rd in Tourney

COS 11 – Redwoods 1
Lady Eagles now tied for 2nd in GVC with Butte at 5-3, and are 14-14 overall

COS 4 – Redwoods 1

Baseball

Yreka 15 – Central Valley 5 @ ACA Tourney
Yreka 3rd in Tourney

Etna 11 – U-Prep 5 @ ACA Tourney
Lions are Red Bracket champs

Etna 8 – Quincy 2 @ ACA Tourney

Etna 15 – Hoopa 3 @ ACA Tourney

Mt Shasta 2 – American Christian 7 @ ACA Tourney

Weed 3 – East Linn 1 @ American Christian Tourney

Weed 2 – U-Prep 12 @ American Christian Tourney

Trinity @ American Christian Tourney

Tulelake @ American Christian Tourney

Butte 11 – COS 1

Butte 10 – COS 1

Track

Trinity, Etna, Golden Eagle, Weed, Tulelake @ Burt Williams Classic

COS @ ARC Invite

Friday, March 27

Softball

Yreka 4 – Modoc 5 @ Yreka Tourney

Yreka 6 – Trinity 2 @ Yreka Tourney

Yreka 8 – Mt. Shasta 7 @ Yreka Tourney

Mt. Shasta 6 – Del Norte 8 @ Yreka Tourney

Mt. Shasta 8 – Trinity 5 @ Yreka Tourney

Trinity 7 – Fall River 2 @ Yreka Tourney

Etna 14 – Burney 16 @ Los Molinos Tourney

Etna 18 – U-Prep 0 @ Los Molinos Tourney

Baseball

Yreka 3 – Lassen 5 @ American Christian Tourney

Community Charter 6 – Trinity 5 @ American Christian Tourney

Hoopa 14 – Trinity 4 @ American Christian Tourney

Mt. Shasta 4 – Maxwell 3 @ American Christian Tourney

Mt. Shasta 7 – U-Prep 1 @ American Christian Tourney

Etna 1 – Weed 2 @ American Christian Tourney

Yreka JV 14 – Phoenix JV 1

Track

Yreka @ Eagle Classic Relays

COS @ ARC Invite (more…)

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Etna v Burney @ Los Molinos Tourney photos

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Photos by Richard Allan

The Etna Lady Lions softball squad started the Los Molinos Tournament out with an 18-0 thumping of the U-Prep Panthers, on Friday.

However, against the Burney Raiders, the Lions found themselves on the wrong end of a high scoring game that went to the international tiebreaker rule, with the Raiders winning 16-14.

Etna will face Chester on Saturday at 1:00 pm for third place in the tourney.

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Yreka v Phoenix JV Baseball photos

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The Yreka Miners junior varsity baseball squad made short work of the Phoenix Pirate JVs on Friday, winning 14-1 in five innings.

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Gold Rush Burgers Yreka Softball Player of the Week: White

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Shannon White is the Gold Rush Burgers Yreka Softball Player of the Week.

White went 5/6 at the plate last weekend at the Anderson Big Schools Tourney, and notched a win in the circle. (more…)

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Subway Trinity Softball Player of the Week: S. Johnston

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Congratulations Shae. Coach has your certificate for Subway.

Thanks Subway!

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Yreka Classic Softball Tournament Day-1 photos & results

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The Yreka Classic Softball Tournament got underway on Friday. Pool-play results for local teams are posted below. Bracket play starts at 9:30 am on Saturday.

Yreka 4 – Modoc 5
Yreka stats: Tanaya Wilson 2/2, 2 R, 2B; Ashley Cox 1/3, R, 2B; Alicia Mandt 2/3; Taylor Dooley 1/2

Yreka 6 – Trinity 2
Yreka stats: Taylor Dooley 2/3, R; Gabby Reihm 1/2, R; Kendall Moser WP, 17K
Trinity stats: Shae Johnston 2/3, R, 2B; Tess Johnston 1/3, R

Yreka 8 – Mt. Shasta 7
Yreka stats: Ashley Cox 3/4, 2 R, 2B; Rory Bevaqva 3/3; Alicia Mandt 2/3, R, RBI, 2B; Tanaya Wilson WP
Mt. Shasta stats: Kacey Cain 2/4, 2 R; Cami Brooks 2/4, R (more…)

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Yreka, Mt, Shasta, Trinity & Etna photos @ Day-1 of ACA Baseball Tourney

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Photos by Richard Allan

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Photos from Day-1 at the ACA Baseball Tournament in Redding.

Yreka defeated West Valley 3-2, and Mazama 4-1.

Mt. Shasta defeated Trinity 10-0.

Etna defeated Lakeview 8-5

Tulelake lost to Burney 7-2, and Redding Christian 15-5.

Weed fell to Maxwell 7-4.

Sorry, no photos for Tulelake and Weed, we got what we could with the time constraints we had.

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Mt. Shasta Fair Weather Meet photos part-2 & results

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The Mt. Shasta Fair Weather meet was held on Thursday. Varsity event winners are listed below. For complete varsity and junior varsity results, go to athletic.net

Boys varsity event winners

100m: Sebastian Magnia, Burney 11.76

200m: Nathan Glazzard, Burney 23.79

400m: Drew Miller, Mt. Shasta 54.01

800m: Adolfo Gonzalez, Butte Valley 2:26.58

1600m: Chris Morzenti, Mt. Shasta 4:26.69

3200m: Chris Morzenti, Mt. Shasta 10:16.00 (more…)

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Mt. Shasta Fair Weather Meet photos part-1

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The Mt. Shasta Fair Weather meet was held on Thursday. Part-2 of photos and results will be posted on Friday morning.

Photos is of sophomore Shaniya Britton from Butte Valley, who won the 300m Hurdles and was third in the 100m Hurdles.

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Subway Mt. Shasta Dirt Dog of the Week: McRee

Subway Mt Shasta Baseball MCRee (more…)

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Coffee Brake Mt. Shasta Bears Track Athletes of the Week: Blakely & Ackerman-Mero

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The Coffee Brake Mt. Shasta Bears Track Athletes of the Week are Preston Blakely and Sophi Ackerman-Mero.

“Preston Blakely managed three events simultaneously: High Jump 5-6 (a PR), Triple Jump 36-3, and Pole Vault 12-0 (ties his PR). At one point he had a coach at each venue working with an official to keep his attempts alive. By the time he went back and forth to all three for a couple of rounds he was pretty tired, but refused to give up any of his attempts. I’ll bet he was quite sore on Saturday,” said Bear Mt. Shasta Coach Steve Nesheim.

“Sophia Ackerman-Mero was individually first in both shot 30-04 and discus 94-5. Two first places speak for themselves,” said Nesheim. (more…)

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Beverly Morgan’s Fact of the Week: Little League history

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Yreka Little League’s Opening Day is this Saturday, with ceremonies taking place at 9:00 am.

South Siskiyou Little League’s Opening Day is April 11, in Weed.

Fact of the Week source http://www.littleleague.org/learn/about/historyandmission.htm

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Wildwood Crossing Lions Softball Player of the Week: Schaefer

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Molly Schaefer is the Wildwood Crossing Lions Softball Player of the Week.

Schaefer was 5/11 at the plate in the Marble Mountain Tourney last week, with four doubles, four runs, three RBIs, two steals and a home run. (more…)

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Pizza Factory Jackson St. School Student of the Week: Wilder

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“Jade is an exceptional student who takes pride in his work and is willing to take every lesson one step further to challenge himself. He is a kind friend and works well with his classmates in all settings. Teachers can count on Jade to share his ideas with the class, to help other students when needed, and to be an example of expected classroom behavior. Jade’s work ethic doesn’t stop in the classroom. He is also a valued member of our cross country and basketball teams. It is a pleasure to recognize Jade Wilder as our Jackson Street Student of the Week,” said Seventh-grade Teacher Melanie Brown (more…)

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Li Laos Market Weed Baseball Player of the Week: Matheson

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Andrew Matheson is the Li Laos Market and Asian Cafe Weed Cougar Baseball Player of the Week.

Coach Josh Oates selected Matheson for, “stepping up as our lead off hitter and center fielder, and playing ‘dirtbag’ baseball in practice and in games.” (more…)

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Miner tennis defeats Etna

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Photos by Bryce Cummings

The Yreka Miner boys tennis team made it a clean sweep of the Etna Lion boys squad with a 6-1 win on Tuesday. Earlier in the month, Yreka took the first match 4-3.

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