Golden Rush Espresso Yreka Miners Boys Basketball Player of the Week: Leyva

Daniel Leyva

The Golden Rush Espresso Yreka Miners Boys Basketball Player of the Week is Daniel Leyva.

“Daniel was MVP of the Mt. Shasta tournament and did a great job running point guard for our team,” said Coach Louis Sanchez.

Congratulations Daniel. Your gift card for Golden Rush Espresso will be arriving soon.

Thanks Golden Rush!

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Siskiyous women pull away from Cosumnes late, win 83-66

Arianna O'Connor scores for the Eagles. She had 10 points against Cosumnes.

Arianna O’Connor scores for the Eagles. She had 10 points against Cosumnes.

PurrFectPawsADCosumnes River held a one-point lead over the College of the Siskiyous women at halftime, 35-34, but the second half belonged to the Eagles.

COS put up 30 points in the third quarter to the Hawks’ 21, for a 64-56 lead heading into the final frame.

The Eagles held Cosumnes (0-8) to just 10 points in the fourth quarter, while adding 19 to their total.

Anhelica Shanrock hit a trio of shots from the land-o-three, and had 20 total points for COS. Eleven of her points came in the third quarter. Kacey Cain scored 19 points. Beth Derner, Arianna O’Connor and Sam Benedict each contributed 10 points. The Eagles were 11/17 from the charity stripe. (more…)

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Black Bear Diner Scoreboard & Schedule 12/12 – 12/16

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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 530-340-0811. Email: siskiyouyouth@sisqtel.net

Tuesday, December 12

Girls Basketball

Yreka 32 – Henley 39
Yreka scoring: Lena Fogle 9, Autumn Giannini 6

Yreka JV 19 – Henley JV 49

Yreka JV 14 – Henley Frosh 52

Crater 66 – Etna 31
Etna scoring: Caitlin Bennett 11, HAlliday Hubbard 6, Cassidy Gilmore 6

Crater JV 42 – Etna JV 31
Etna scoring: Megan Bennett 16

Dunsmuir 24 – Burney 47

Tulelake @ Fall River

Cosumnes 66 – COS 83

Boys Basketball

Henley 67 – Yreka 47
Yreka scoring: Daniel Leyva 10, Tycen Birch 9

Henley JV 48 – Yreka JV 42

Henley Frosh 35 – Yreka Frosh 52
Yreka scoring: Kayden Tandy 19, Nick Stensether 19

Dunsmuir 17 – Burney 63

Tulelake @ Fall River (more…)

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Etna grapplers take 1st at Modoc Northeast Classic

Wrestling Etna

The Etna Lions wrestling team took first place in the small schools division at the Modoc Northeast Classic wrestling tournament over the weekend. The Lions were 6th overall out of 24 teams.

Individual Results

Leif Graves 1st Place – 106 lb

Lee Wessell 2nd Place (JV) – 220 lb

Severin Pindell 3rd Place – 152 lb

Quentin Mason 3rd Place – 195 lb

Cayden Downey 4th Place – 113 lb

Logan Stebbins 6th Place – 145 lb

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Mt. Shasta v Butte Valley junior varsity photos

Mt. Shasta Bear JV Gaspar Rodriguez.

Mt. Shasta Bear JV Gaspar Rodriguez.

I took these photos on Friday afternoon at the Etna JV tourney with the intention of coming back on Saturday and getting shots of all the teams. That didn’t exactly workout.

So…Mt. Shasta and Butte Valley enjoy these. Everyone else, we’ll catch you later in the season.

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Thanks a Latte Yreka Miners Boys Soccer Player of the Week: Sarti

Kaydin Sarti

The Thanks a Latte Yreka Miners Boys Soccer Player of the Week is Kaydin Sarti.

Kaydin, “scored five goals in our game against Lassen,” said Coach Francisco Atanes

Congratulations Kaydin. Your certificate for Thanks a Latte is on the way

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Subway Weed Cougars Boys Basketball Player of the Week: Ross

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Coach Robert West’s pick for the Subway Weed Cougars Boys Basketball Player of the Week is Jason Ross.

Ross hit the game-winning free throw with 00.2 seconds remaining against Hidden Valley in the 3rd place game at the Mt. Shasta Holiday Tourney.

Congratulations Jason. Your Subway certificate will arrive soon.

Thanks Subway!

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Subway COS Lady Eagles Basketball Player of the Week: Laffoon

COS Player Womens Basketball Laffoon

Coach Tom Power’s pick for the Subway COS Lady Eagles Basketball Player of the Week is Nichelle Laffoon.

Laffoon, “had two double-doubles over the weekend at the Allan Hancock Tournament. And, she had eight offensive boards (10 total) against Cuesta,” said Powers.

Congratulations Nichelle. Your certificate for Subway will arrive soon.

Thanks Subway!

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Miner St. Meat Market Yreka Miners Girls Basketball Player of the Week: Crawford

Terra Crawford

The Miner St. Meat Market Yreka Miners Girls Basketball Player of the Week is Terra Crawford.

Coach Garron Whitehouse said, “She was MVP in the Mt. Shasta tournament. Her free throw shooting helped us finish games and preserve wins.”

Congratulations Terra. Your certificate for the Miner St. Meat Market will arrive soon.

Thanks Miner St. Meat Market!

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Mt. Shasta boys & Etna Girls win Etna JV Tourney

Etna Lions Junior Varsity

Etna Lions Junior Varsity

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Championship Game

Etna 36 – Yreka JV 24
Etna scoring: Megan Bennett 12 Cleo Smith 9
Yreka scoring: Julia Crawford 8

MVP- Cleo Smith, Etna
All-Tourney – Megan Bennett, Etna
All-Tourney – Julia Crawford, Yreka

Third place

Yreka Freshman 36 – Butte Valley 14
All-Tourney – Breann Hands, Yreka
All-Tourney – Shehayla Haskins, Butte Valley

Consolation

Mount Shasta 38 – Weed 26

All-Tourney – Yuki Cannon, Mt. Shasta
All-Tourney – Neva Owen, Weed

Mt. Shasta Bears Junior Varsity

Mt. Shasta Bears Junior Varsity

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Lady Miners pluck Pelicans to win Holiday Tourney

Yreka's Terra Crawford was named 2017 Mt. Shasta Holiday Tournament MVP

Yreka’s Terra Crawford was named 2017 Mt. Shasta Holiday Tournament MVP

Photos by Violet Carter

The Yreka Miners girls overcame a scoring drought in the first half, to defeat the Klamath Union Pelicans 34-30 in the championship game of the 2017 Mt. Shasta Holiday Tournament.

Yreka found itself down 12-5 at the end of the opening period.

The Miners barely improved their offensive output in the second stanza with six points. However, Yreka played near shutout defense in the quarter, allowing only a single point. At intermission, it was KU with a 13-11 lead. Terra Crawford accounted for six of the Miners points at the half. KU was led by Tory Carson with eight points.

Angelic Avery scored five points, and Ashley Cox had four, to help the Miners outscore KU 14-10 in the third quarter, for a 25-23 lead. (more…)

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Cougars win in final second for 3rd at Holiday Tourney

Jason Ross drops in the game-winning freebie for the Cougars

Jason Ross drops in the game-winning freebie for the Cougars

Photos by Violet Carter

The Weed Cougars defeated the Hidden Valley Mustangs for 3rd place in the final second, 48-47, on Saturday.

The Cougars opened the 2017 Mt. Shasta Holiday Tournament with a 62-57 win over Klamath Union. Weed fell to eventual tourney champ Yreka 45-36 in a semifinal. The Mustangs found their way to the 3rd place match by beating Bear River in the first round, and then falling to Mt. Shasta in a semifinal 63-34.

Danny Formhals put up nine points in the first quarter to help Weed to a 15-11 lead.

In the second Stanza, it was Xavia Martinez with a trio of treys and 11 total points, as the Cougars outscored the Mustangs, 14-10, for a 29-21 halftime advantage.

Hidden Valley cut into deficit in the third quarter, 14-9, to make it a 38-35 Weed lead heading into the final frame. (more…)

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Miners defeat Bears to win Holiday Tourney

Jarrett Gaither was high-point for Yreka with 17.

Jarrett Gaither was high-point for Yreka with 17.

Photos by Violet Carter

GirdnerThe Yreka Miners defeated the Mt. Shasta Bears 50-41 on Saturday night to win the 2017 Holiday Tournament.

On the way to the tourney title, the Miners downed Etna 60-36 in the first round, and Weed 45-36 in a semifinal game. Mt. Shasta opened their home tournament with a 78-30 win over Butte Valley, and defeated Hidden Valley 63-34 in a semifinal.

Yreka took a 15-12 lead over the Bears in the first quarter, and held a 26-22 advantage at halftime. Daniel Leyva led the Miners in first-half scoring with 10. Jarrett Gaither had seven points. Mt. Shasta was led by Kaden Riccomini with 13, and Kole Riccomini with nine points. No other Bear scored in the half. (more…)

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Black Bear Diner Scoreboard & Schedule 12/5 – 12/10

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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 530-340-0811. Email: siskiyouyouth@sisqtel.net

Sunday, December 10

Mens Basketball

COS 60 – Gavilan 89 @ Skyline Tourney
COS scoring: Jonny Lopez 15, Justin Gaines 10

Saturday, December 9

Girls Basketball

Yreka 35 – Klamath Union 30 @ Mt. Shasta Tourney – for championship

Mt. Shasta 27 – Lassen 46 @ Mt. Shasta Tourney – for 3rd
Mt. Shasta scoring: Lily Hitchcock 12, Abby Andrus 11

Etna 32 – Fort Bragg 45 @ Mt. Shasta Tourney – for consolation
Etna all-tourney: Cassidy Gilmore and Halliday Hubbard

Weed 48 – Butte Valley 29 – for 7th
Weed scoring: Shannon Jackson 12, Savanna Reynolds 11, Christine Bangert 6

Happy Camp 33 – Loyalton 53 @ Redding Christian Tourney

Happy Camp 54 – Canyonville Christian Academy 24 @ Redding Christian Tourney

COS 77 – L.A. Harbor 58 @ Allan Hancock Tourney – for 3rd
COS scoring: Kacey Cain 26, Nichelle Laffoon 18, Beth Derner 15. Cain selected all-tourney

Boys Basketball

Yreka 50 – Mt. Shasta 41 @ Mt. Shasta Tourney – for championship

Weed 48 – Hidden Valley 47 @ Mt. Shasta Tourney – for 3rd

Etna 79 – Butte Valley 44 @ Mt. Shasta Tourney – for 7th

Happy Camp 46 – Hayfork 51 @ Trinity Tourney – for 7th

Dunsmuir 45 – Providence Christian 56 @ Redding Christian Tourney

COS 104 – Folsom Lake 99 (OT) @ Skyline Tourney
COS scoring: Dwight Sargent 36, Dwayne McClendon 21, Alex Velasquez 14

Friday, December 8

Girls Basketball

Mt. Shasta 33 – Klamath Union 53 @ Mt. Shasta Tourney

Yreka 49 – Lassen 44 @ Mt. Shasta Tourney
Yreka scoring: Terra Crawford 20, Ashley Cox 12, Lena Fogle 10. “Great defense,” said Coach Garron Whitehouse.

Butte Valley 28 – Fort Bragg 38 @ Mt. Shasta Tourney
Butte Valley scoring: Daniela Macias 9, Cristal Perez 8

Weed 29 – Etna 69 @ Mt. Shasta Tourney
Etna scoring: Bre Buker 19, Halliday Hubbard 14, Cassidy Gilmore 13

Happy Camp 32 – Mercy 40 @ Redding Christian Tourney

Dunsmuir 45 – Canyonville Christian Academy 30 @ Redding Christian Tourney

Yreka Frosh 35 – Weed JV 17 @ Etna JV Tourney

COS 66 – Allan Hancock 74 @ Allan Hancock Tourney
COS scoring: Nichelle Laffoon 15, Kacey Cain 15, Anhelica Shanrock 14, Beth Derner 14

Boys Basketball

Mt. Shasta 63 – Hidden Valley 34 @ Mt. Shasta Tourney
Mt. Shasta scoring: Kaden Riccomini 26, Kole Riccomini 15, Anthony Gore 11

Yreka 45 – Weed 36 @ Mt. Shasta Tourney

Butte Valley 29 – Bear Valley 63 @ Mt. Shasta Tourney

Etna 36 – Klamath Union 62 @ Mt. Shasta Tourney

Happy Camp 35 – Ferndale 50 @ Trinity Tourney

Dunsmuir 48 – Mercy 61 @ Redding Christian Tourney

Yreka JV 44 – Central Valley 38 @ Central Valley JV Tourney
Yreka scoring: Coleson Rice 11, Jaeden Fraley 11, Nathan Laffoon-Hoven 10

Mt. Shasta JV 66 – Butte Valley JV 37 @ Etna JV Tourney

Yreka Frosh 59 -Butte Valley JV 40 @ Etna JV Tourne
Yreka scoring: Kayden Tandy 18

COS 73 – Skyline 84 @ Skyline Tourney
COS scoring: Dwight Sargent 21, Alex Velazquez 19 (more…)

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Miners defeat Weed to advance to Holiday Tourney final

Daniel Leyva put up 10 points for Yreka.

Daniel Leyva put up 10 points for Yreka.

Photos by Violet Carter

YT NewThe game started well for Weed in Friday night’s semifinal game, as the Cougars grabbed a 12-10 lead over Yreka at the end of the first quarter.

However, the Miners responded with a 10-3 second quarter, to take a 20-15 advantage into the locker room at the half.

The third quarter went Yreka’s way, 14-9, for a 34-24 lead going into the fourth. Weed chipped a point off of the deficit, 12-11, in the final frame, but the Miners prevailed 45-36.

Yreka was led in scoring by James Ward with 11 points. Robert Giannini and Daniel Leyva each put up 10 points.

Harley Williams hit four 3-pointers and had 16 total points to lead all scorers. Xavia Martinez had a trio of treys, and 11 points for Weed.

Yreka plays Holiday Tournament host Mt. Shasta in the championship at 7:30 pm on Saturday. Mt. Shasta defeated Hidden Valley 63-34 in the other semifinal.

Weed takes on Hidden Valley at 4:30 in the 3rd place game.

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