Subway Weed Soccer Player of the Week: Sato

Subway Weed Soccer Sato

The Subway Weed Soccer Player of the Week is Hikaru Sato.

Hikaru’s, “ball placement and excellent corner kicks have led to countless assists and goals throughout the entire season,” said Weed Coach Kelsea Ochs. (more…)

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Morzenti & Gutermuth win Trinity Invite

Mt. Shasta’s Chris Morzenti nipped Trinity’s Ben Harper to win the 2014 Trinity Invitational 2.5 mile varsity boys cross country race on Wednesday. Morezenti ran a 14:27, with Harper finishing in 14:29.

Etna’s top performer was Morgan Bahen in sixth (17:14). Vivek Prasad was thirteenth for Weed at 19:32.

Karly Gutermuth of Trinity won the varsity girls race in 17:09. Madeline Moyer from Mt. Shasta was second in 19:29.

Etna’s Marron Bahen was seventh in 20:31. Elizabeth Ebrahimy was Weed’s top runner, finishing eighth in 21:36.

The Small Schools championship will be held next Wednesday at West Valley High School. The Morzenti – Harper rematch might be pretty exciting. (more…)

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Beverly Morgan’s Fact of the Week: teams with most World Series wins – updated

Bev Fact Series wins


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Pepsi Lady Bear Volleyball Player of the Week: Ashley Cain 2X

Ashley Cain is the Pepsi of Mt. Shasta Lady Bear Volleyball Player of the Week.

Cain had 11 assists, 2 aces, 2 blocks and 7 digs in three sets last week against Etna. She also great tip coverage behind the block. (more…)

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Wildwood Crossing Scoreboard & Schedule 10/28 – 11/2

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 or call 530-340-0811. Email:

Thursday, October 30

Yreka v West Valley, 6:30 pm

Yreka JV – West Valley JV

Yreka Frosh – West Valley Frosh

Mt Shasta @ Fall River, 5:00 pm

Mt. Shasta JV – Fall River JV

Dunsmuir v Butte Valley, 5:00 pm

Tulelake @ Surprise Valley, 6:00 pm

Etna v Trinity, 5:00 pm

Etna JV – Trinity JV

Mt. Shasta v Quincy, 3:00 pm – NSCIF Semi-final

Tulelake @ Redding Christian, 3:00 pm – NSCIF Semi-final

Wednesday, October 29

COS 0 – Lassen 3 (26-28, 20-25, 18-25)

Yreka 6 – Live Oak 3 – NSCIF D-II Semi-final
Yreka will play next Thursday for the section title against the winner of Orland/West Valley. Match against Live Oak was tied 3-3 after singles, but Yreka won all three doubles matches.
Jessica Seal, Megan Almanza and Melanie Gould won singles. #1 Jade Permenter/Emily Longworth, #2 Jessica Seal/Mary Longworth and #3 Megan Almanza/Melanie Gould won doubles matches.

Cross Country
Trinity, Etna, Mt. Shasta, Weed @ Trinity Invitational (more…)

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Coffee Brake Mt. Shasta Soccer Player of the Week: Althaus-Cressman

Coffee Brake POW Cressman

The Coffee Brake Mt. Shasta Bear Soccer Player of the Week is Jarrod Althaus-Cressman.

Jarrod had, “two huge goals against Tulelake. Played great all week. Great all around Bear player,” said Coach Brad Robinson. (more…)

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Subway COS Eagles Football Players of the Week: Holland & Floyd

Football POW Holland Floyd

The Subway COS Eagles Football Players of the Week for the game against Sac City are John Holland and Zach Floyd.

On defense, “Holland played multiple positions and did his job all day,” said COS Coach Charlie Roche.

Floyd led the Eagles in rushing with 93 yards.


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Miner Frosh and JVs clip Cardinals

Yreka v Corning Frosh JV Front copy

 style=The Yreka Miners junior varsity and frosh volleyball squads each won three-set matches over the visiting Corning Cardinals on Tuesday.

The frosh started the night with a dominating 25-12 win in set-one. However, Corning rebounded to win the second set 25-19, forcing a decisive third set. The Miners took the final set 16-14.

The Yreka JVs spotted the Cardinals a set, dropping the first one 25-18. Yreka came on strong in set-two for a 25-15 victory. Corning jumped out to a 6-0 lead in the third set, only to see the Miners battle back with their own 6-0 run, tying it at 6-6. The Cardinals went up 9-6. The Miners came back to tie it, 10-10, and went on to take the set 15-12. (more…)

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Thanks a Latte Yreka Golfer of the Week: Greenfield & Sheridan

GolfPOW Greenfield Sheridan

Yreka Golf Coach Bryce Cummings’ choice for the Thanks a Latte Yreka Golfers of the Week are Marjie Greenfield and Tiana Sheridan.

Marie and Tiana, “exceeded expectations throughout the season, and finished with the top two scores for the team during the league finals at Lake Shastina,” said Cummings. (more…)

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Bears sweep Weed, now 9-0 in SCL

Mt Shasta v Weed Var Front copy

Photos by Mallory Pappas

The Mt. Shasta Bears volleyball team improved to 9-0 in the Shasta Cascade League with a  sweep of Weed on Tuesday. The Bears took the first set 25-16 over the visitors, and won sets two and three 25-21 and 25-17.

Kirstyn Teuscher had 12 kills and three blocks for the Bears. Kaycee Sarti put down six kills and had a block. Kacey Cain notched seven aces. Ashley Cain recorded 15 assists and a block. Carlie Dunlap came up with nine digs. McKenlee Bryan ripped three aces and had eight digs.

For Weed, Tia Palangvanh and Anglel Whatley each recorded five kills. Brittany Danahoo had three aces and Rachel Michelon dealt a pair of aces. (more…)

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Miners make it look easy over Corning

Yreka v Corning Var Front copy Girdner

The Yreka Miners varsity volleyball team made it look easy in a three-set win over the visiting Corning Cardinals on Tuesday night. Set scores were 25-17, 25-13 and 25-19, and it wasn’t that close.

Rather than a write up, we’ll just let the slide show tell the story. (more…)

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Miner Perk Yreka Football Player of the Week: Colla 2X

Thomas Colla is the Miner Perk Yreka Football Player of the Week.

Colla had three catches for 52 Yards and a TD, 133 yards on two kickoff returns and punted for an average of 43.5 yards. (more…)

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Sheep Mountain Embroidery Butte Valley Athlete of the Week: Britton

Sheep Mountain Athlete Britton

The Sheep Mountain Embroidery Butte Valley Athlete of the Week is soccer player Shaniya Britton.

Shaniya, “is a strong dependable player. She is a team player willing to go to whatever position she is put in,” said Bulldog Coach Wendy Levesque. “She is also an outstanding student. As a forward, she has been one of our top goal scorers.” (more…)

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Scott River Custom Cabinets Etna Football Player of the Week: Johnson

SR Cabinets POW Johnson

Scott River Custom Cabinets Etna Football Player of the Week is Kent Johnson.

Johnson had two fumble recoveries against Mt. Shasta last week, including one for a touchdown. (more…)

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Wildwood Crossing Etna Volleyball Player of the Week: Menne

V-Ball Player Menne

Megan Menne is the Wildwood Crossing Etna Volleyball Player of the Week.

Menne had nine kills and six blocks against Modoc last week. (more…)

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Pepsi Lady Cougar Volleyball Player of the Week: Danahoo

Pepsi Lady Cougars Volleyball Danahoo

The Pepsi of Mt. Shasta Lady Cougar Volleyball Player of the Week is Brittany Danahoo.

“Brittany has been our most consistent back row passer. Brittany has made many great diving digs this season,” said Athletic Director Steve Neel. (more…)

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2014 NSCIF Volleyball Playoff Points Rankings

The NSCIF released the initial 2014 Volleyball Playoff Points Rankings on Monday. The top eight qualifying teams from Division-III make the playoffs. For D-IV – D-VI, the top 16 teams make playoffs. However, in order to qualify a team must be .500 or better in either overall record, division record or league record.

Foothill (19-12)  is at the top of Division-III, followed by Shasta (23-17).

The Division-IV leader is Willows (24-9), with West Valley (19-8) second. Yreka (20-9) is tied with Anderson (16-8-1) for the fifth spot.

Durham (24-3) tops Division-V. Quincy (27-6) is second. Mt. Shasta (20-5) is tied for 4th with Pierce (18-5). Trinity (6-10-1) is 11th, and Weed (8-8) is 12th. Etna (4-19) is 14th. (more…)

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