Black Bear Diner Scoreboard & Schedule

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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

Friday, May 25

Track

Just about all schools @ NSCIF Finals, 3:00 (West Valley)

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Lady Lions are 2018 NSCIF D-V runner up

Etna's Halliday Hubbard back-picks a runner off of 1st base (click image for slide show).

Etna’s Halliday Hubbard back-picks a runner off of 1st base (click image for slide show).

The Etna Lions softball season came to a close at East Nicolaus on Saturday afternoon, where they fell to the top-ranked Spartans 6-0 in the 2018 NSCIF D-V championship game.

Make no mistake, at 32-2, East Nicolaus is an outstanding team, and well deserving of the championship. The Spartans didn’t allow a single run in the playoffs, defeating #8 Hamilton 19-0 and #4 Colusa 12-0, before taking down #2 Etna. They won 20 games via shutout this season. The Spartans only allowed four runs in their last 17 games, since an 8-2 loss to Division-II Napa (19-9).

However, the young Lions contributed greatly to their own demise. Every run that the Spartans scored involved a walk, a physical error or a “la, la” error (mental error).

The first three Spartan batters in the bottom of the first inning were issued free passes. A base hit drove in a pair of runs, and an Etna error on the play led to a third run. Then, inattention by the Lions allowed the batter that singled to come all the way around to score, putting Etna into a 4-0 hole. (more…)

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Mt. Shasta boys win 2018 NSCIF D-III Track and Field championship, plus other results

For the 6th straight year, the Mt. Shasta boys have won the NSCIF D-III varsity Track and Field championship. The Mt. Shasta girls tied for 7th. Trinity’s girls and boys were both 3rd in their divisions.

Medal winners (top-3)

Mt. Shasta

Alexis Ramirez: 1st 1600m (4:54.31), 1st 3200m (11:01.47), 2nd 800m (2:08.02)
Johnny Barton: 1st 110m Hurdles (15.62), 1st 300m Hurdles (42.07)
Asher Aguirre: 2nd 1600m (4:59.70), 2nd 3200m (11:18.09)
Joseph Summers: 2nd 200m (23.34), 3rd 100m (11.63)
Marissa Bonivert: 2nd 3200m (12:46.85)
Malachy Bryan: 2nd Pole Vault (11-00.00)
Mawolin Summers: 3rd Pole Vault (11-00.00 PR)
Boys 4×100 Relay Team: 1st (44.78)
Boys 4×400 Relay Team: 2nd (3:33.73)

Trinity

Lauren Harper: 1st 400m (101.71), 1st 800m (2:33.80), 1st 1600 m (5:14.12 PR)
Shawn Scribner: 1st Long Jump (21-04.75), 1st Triple Jump (42-01.00)
Brian Harper: 1st Pole Vault (13-06.00), 2nd High Jump (5-10.00), 3rd Triple Jump (38-10.50)
Kelli Rogers: 1st 100m Hurdles (17.18 PR)
Julia Norman: 1st Long Jump (15-09.25 PR)
Steven Camara: 1st Discus (133-01 PR)
Dara Gaeuman: 2nd 100m Hurdles (17.69 PR), 2nd 300m Hurdles (50.48 PR)
Holden Clough: 3rd 1600m (5:01.58 PR)
Girls 4×400 Relay: 3rd (4:34.00)

For complete varsity and junior varsity results, click here.

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2018 NSCIF D-II Track and Field Finals

PurrFectPawsADThe Yreka girls team finished third at the 2018 NSCIF D-II Track and Field Finals, held at Yuba College on Friday. The Miner boys were fourth.

Yreka medalists (top-3 finish)

Alisha McFall: 1st 100m (12.60), 2nd 200m (27.49)
Isaac Fernandez: 1st 1600m (4:33.55)
Blake Chitwood: 1st 3200m (9:52.68)
Sophia Gliatto: 2nd 100m Hurdles (17.48), 3rd 300m Hurdles (50.96)
Lena Fogle: 2nd 300m Hurdles (50.18)
Girls 4×100 Relay Team: 1st (50.83)
Girls 4×400 Relay Team: 2nd (4:24.35)

For complete varsity and junior varsity results, click here.

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Black Bear Diner Scoreboard & Schedule 5/14 – 5/19

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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

Saturday, May 19

Softball

#2 Etna 0 – #1 East Nicolaus 6 – NSCIF D-V Final

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Baseball

#2 Mt Shasta 1 – #1 Winters 2 – NSCIF D-IV Championship (Shasta College)

Friday, May 18

Track

Yreka @ D-II Finals, (Yuba College)

Mt. Shasta, Trinity @ D-III Finals, (Durham)

Etna, Tulelake, Weed @ D-IV Finals, (West Valley)

Thursday

Softball

#3 Biggs 3 – #2 Etna 6 – NSCIF D-V Semifinal (more…)

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2018 NSCIF D-IV Track and Field Finals

The 2018 NSCIF D-IV Track and Field finals were held at West Valley High School on Friday.

The Etna Lions girls won the varsity team competition, with Tulelake finishing 5th. The Honkers were also 5th in the varsity boys division.

Siskiyou County varsity event winners

Etna

Caitlin Bennet: Shot Put (32-10.00), Discus (102-04)
Teagan Ford: High Jump (5-02.00)
4x400m Relay Team (4:38.39)

Tulelake

Marrisa Macken: 100m (13.49)
Weston Boese: Discus (104-10.00 PR)

For full varsity and junior varsity results, click here.

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Lions will play for D-V softball title

Carson Dickinson scored twice and drove in a run for Etna, going 2/2 in the game, with a sacrifice.

Carson Dickinson scored twice and drove in a run for Etna, going 2/2 in the game, with a sacrifice.

InStorySRP copyThe Etna Lions softball team did what hey could to help out the visiting Biggs Wolverines on Thursday afternoon, but the Lions ultimately grabbed a 6-3 victory.

In effect, Etna scored all nine runs in the game. Five errors, eight walks and a hit batter were major factors in the Wolverines’ three scores.

On the offensive side, the Lions’ bats came through with 11 hits.

Third-seeded Biggs (24-5) took its only lead of the game, 1-0, in the top of the first inning on four walks.

Etna came right back to tie it in the home half. With one out, Carson Dickinson singled. Halliday Hubbard followed with a base hit, moving Dickinson to third. Katie Turner reached on a dropped third strike, and Dickinson scored on the play.

The Lions went in front in the third inning on a pair of runs. With one down, Dickinson singled. Hubbard also singled making it runners on first and second. A single to the fence by Turner drove in Dickinson and moved Hubbard to second base. Both runners moved up on a wild pitch. Hubbard scored to make it 3-1, when Kasydi Bennett dropped down a sac bunt. (more…)

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Miner Perk Yreka Track Athlete of the Week: Goodrich

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The Miner Perk Yreka Track Athlete of the Week is Kylie Goodrich.

“Kylie has been improving each week and had a stellar performance at NAL,” said Coach Pamela Borg, “She ran a huge PR in the 800 and anchored the 4×400 with a 62.”

Congratulations Kylie. Enjoy your drink from the Miner Perk.

Thanks Miner Perk!

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Doc Swenson’s Quick Clips: Etna v Biggs softball

Video clips from the Etna Lions’ 6-3 win over Biggs in a 2018 NSCIF D-V semifinal game, in Etna on May 17.

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Golden Rush Espresso Yreka Softball Player of the Week: White

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The Golden Rush Espresso Yreka Miners Softball Player of the Week is Katie White.

“For her hitting and pitching,” said Coach John Marquez.

Congratulations Katie. Enjoy your gift card for Golden Rush Espresso.

Thanks Golden Rush

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Lions double up Modoc to advance to softball semifinal

Cleo Smith notched the win for Etna, and also went 2/3 at the plate (click image for slide show).

Cleo Smith notched the win for Etna, and also went 2/3 at the plate (click image for slide show).

Photos by Courtney Quirmbach

The Etna Lions defeated the 7th seeded Modoc Braves 6-3 on Tuesday to advance to a NSCIF D-V softball semifinal match up against #3 Biggs (24-4).  Biggs beat #6 Mt. Shasta 8-1 in their quarterfinal game.

Against Modoc, Cailey Rizzardo went 4/4 for the Lions with a run, an RBI and a double. Evie Duerr was 1/2 with an RBI.

Cleo Smith notched the win in the circle, allowing two earned runs, four hits and four walks, while striking out five Braves. Smith went 2/3 at the plate, drove in a pair of runs and had two doubles.

The #2 Lions (27-3-1) will host Biggs at 4:00 on Thursday.

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Miner St. Meat Market Yreka Baseball Player of the Week: Persing 2X

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The Miner St. Meat Market Yreka Baseball Player of the Week is Jeremy Persing.

“Not just because of this week, but he was a great player all year. He has been an excellent senior leader as well,” said Coach Jason Freitas.

Congratulations Jeremy. Enjoy your certificate for the Miner St. Market.

Thanks Miner St. Meat Market!

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2018 NSCIF Softball playoff brackets D-V & D-VI

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NSCIF SOFTBALL Playoffs 2018 NSCIF Softball D6

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Track and Field league finals round-up

Mountain Valley League Finals

The Mt. Shasta boys won the team completion in the meet held in Durham on Friday. The girls were fifth. Trinity’s boys were second, and the girls third.

Mt. Shasta varsity boys event winners

Alexis Ramirez: 800m (2:10.71 PR), 1600m (4:55.29), 3200m (11-06.00)
Joseph Summers: 100m (11.40), 200m (23.10 PR)
Johnny Barton: 110m Hurdles (15.47 PR), 300m Hurdles (44.29)
Sam Chase: 400m (53.53)
4×100 Relay Team (45.27)
4×400 Relay Team (3:38.88)

Trinity varsity girls event winners

Lauren Harper: 200m (26.54), 400m (1:01.48), 800m (2:30.00), 1600m (5:30.29)
Kelli Rogers: 100m Hurdles (16.79 PR)
Julia Norman: Long Jump (15-07.25 PR)

Trinity varsity boys event winners

Brian Harper: High Jump (6-0.00), Pole Vault (13-03.00)
Shawn Scribner: Long Jump (21-05.00), Triple Jump (41-10.25)

For complete varsity and junior varsity results, click here.

Evergreen League Finals

The Evergreen League finals were held at Tulelake on Thursday. The Butte Valley varsity boys won the team competition, and the girls were third. Tulelake’s girls took second, with the boys also second. (more…)

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Bears shut out Willows to advance to D-IV semifinal

Kekai Ferguson led off the bottom of the 1st inning with a double, and scored what proved to be the winning run on a single by Kaden Riccomini (click image for slide show).

Kekai Ferguson led off the bottom of the 1st inning with a double, and scored the winning run on a single by Kaden Riccomini (click image for slide show).

One run in the first inning was all the Mt. Shasta Bears needed to defeat the seventh-seeded Willows Honkers (8-16) in the first round of the NSCIF D-IV playoffs, on Friday afternoon. The Bears shutout the Honkers with solid pitching from Kaden Riccomini and some strong defensive plays in the field.

Kekai Ferguson led off the bottom of the opening frame with a double to deep left-center field. Ferguson moved to third on a ground out by Gage Kinkade, and scored via a Kaden Riccomini base hit.

A double by Kole Riccomini to lead off the third inning gave the Bears a golden opportunity to add to their lead, but a strikeout and two ground outs allowed Willows to escape further damage. Mt. Shasta had runners in scoring position in five of six innings, including in the fourth when Kaimana Ferguson led off with a double. The Bears also had a runner thrown out at the plate in the 5th inning.

The lack of offensive production was offset by Mt. Shasta’s defensive efforts. (more…)

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Lady Miners fall to West Valley

Click image for slide show.

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Photos by Courtney Quirmbach

YT NewThe Yreka Miners and their fans honored senior players and their families on Friday afternoon before hosting West Valley. Senior players are Katie White, Ashley Cox and Faith Churchill.

The Miners fell to the West Valley Eagles 9-0. Yreka finished the season 3-12 in Northern Athletic League play, and 10-22 overall.

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