Eagles dominate 4th quarter to bash Butte 31-14

Eagle Alfred Deloach-King picks off a pass in the end zone.

Eagle Alfred Deloach-King picks off a pass in the end zone.

Photos by Emily Longworth

The College of the Siskiyous Eagles and Butte Roadrunners were tied 7-7 at the half, and 14-14 in the third quarter. However, what was a close game started to turn on an Eagle field goal near the end of the third quarter. The final frame was a case of Siskiyous dominance, both offensively and defensively, as the Eagles outscored Butte 14-0 for a 31-14 victory.

Butte opened the scoring at the 8:12 mark of the first quarter on a Dalton Gee 9-yard touchdown run. Erick Ruiz added the PAT, 7-0.

Eagle Kendarius Truitt blocked a punt deep in Butte territory, and former Weed Cougar Rashaan Broomfield recovered the ball at the Roadrunner 4-yard-line. Drew Kannely-Robles covered the distance on the first play, and Kyle Sentkowski kicked the extra point, tying the game 7-7 at 8:31 of the second stanza. It was the first of three TDs for Kannely-Robles, who played his high school ball for the Yreka Miners. (more…)

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Etna defeats Mt. Shasta 16-8

Etna's Cale Morrill upends the Bears' Brian Howe.

Etna’s Cale Morrill upends the Bears’ Brian Howe.

InStorySRP copyWhile the skies never really opened up on Friday night, the Etna Lions did rain on Mt.Shasta’s Homecoming celebration, winning 16-8.

Etna threatened on its first three possession, but turned the ball over twice on fumbles and once on downs, including a fumble at the Bear 3-yard-line. Mt. Shasta survived the Lions’ opening salvos, and wound up being the first to post points.

A little over halfway through the second quarter, Derek Nova scored on a quarterback keeper from a yard out. Nova threw to Hunter Stock for a 2-point conversion and an 8-0 Bear lead. A 30-yard run by Elijah Rodriguez on third-and-seven from the 31 set up the score. (more…)

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2017 NSCIF Small Schools Soccer Playoff Bracket

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Doc Swenson’s Quick Clips: Mt. Shasta v Etna football

Video clips from Etna’s 16-8 win at Mt. Shasta on Friday, October 20, 2017.

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Bear JVs edge Etna, 14-12

Mt. Shasta's Phillip Gunter celebrates his game-sealing interception.

Mt. Shasta’s Phillip Gunter celebrates his game-sealing interception.

The Etna Lions junior varsity was the first on the board Friday night. However, the Mt. Shasta Bears scored a fourth quarter touchdown to earn a Homecoming victory, 14-12.

An interception by Parker Finley set up the first score of the game. The pick gave the Lions the ball on the Bears’ 38. On the first play of the drive, Finley connected with Joseph Terramagra for a TD. The 2-point attempt failed, leaving Etna with a 6-0 lead at 2:15 of the first quarter.

Almost exactly 10 minutes later, the Bears found pay dirt. Kayden Crisci threw to Phillip Gunther for a 5-yard TD. Jackson May ran in the 2-point conversion, giving Mt. Shasta an 8-6 halftime advantage. (more…)

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Doc Swenson’s Quick Clips: Mt. Shasta Cheerleaders at 2017 Homecoming

The Mt. Shasta Cheerleaders’ halftime performance at Homecoming on Friday, October 20, 2017.

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2017 Mt. Shasta Homecoming Royalty

2017 Mt. Shasta Homecoming King Kaimana Ferguson and Queen Kennedy Cross.

2017 Mt. Shasta Homecoming King Kaimana Ferguson and Queen Kennedy Cross.

Kaimana Ferguson and Kennedy Cross were crowned 2017 Mt. Shasta Homecoming King and Queen prior to the varsity football game on Friday,

Nolan Johnson and Bella Powers were selected Prince and Princess. (more…)

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Black Bear Diner Scoreboard & Schedule 10/16 – 10/21

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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, October 21

Football

Butte 14 – COS 31

Cross Country

Yreka, Mt. Shasta @ Flat Sac

Friday, October 20

Football

Yreka 39 – Central Valley 19

Yreka JV 0 – Central Valley JV 21

Etna 16 – Mt. Shasta 8

Etna JV 12 – Mt. Shasta JV 14

Butte Valley 36 – Weed 52

Hayfork 54 – Dunsmuir 6

Happy Camp 14 – Tulelake 31

Volleyball

Hayfork 3 – Dunsmuir 1 (25-19, 25-19, 22-25, 25-15)

Feather River 3 – COS 0 (25-17, 25-20, 25-15)

Soccer

Feather River 2 – COS Women 1

Feather River 3 – COS Men 2

Cross Country

Etna, Mt. Shasta @ Chico Autumn Invitational

COS @ William Jessup Invite (more…)

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Subway COS Eagles Volleyball Player of the Week: Cain 2X

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Coach Tom Powers choice for the Subway COS Eagles Volleyball Player of the Week is Kacey Cain.

Cain averaged 12.5 kills per match and 7.5 digs last week.

Congratulation Kacey. Coach has your certificate for Subway.

Thanks Subway!

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Thanks a Latte Yreka Miners Golfer of the Week: Stensether

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Yreka Golf Coach Bryce Cummings’ choice for the Thanks a Latte Yreka Miners Golfer of the Week is Katie Stensether.

“Katie had one of her best scoring rounds of the season last week. Her dedication to the sport has had her scoring really well towards the end of the season,” said Cummings (more…)

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Wildwood Crossing Etna Lions Soccer Player of the Week: Allen

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The Wildwood Crossing Etna Lions Soccer Player of the Week is Madison Allen.

Allen, “competed for the full 240+ minutes last week,” said Robinson. “What sticks out in my mind is a diving near-post block against Modoc. That was a next level mentality play for her. She stayed in position in late game chaos, and ensured she covered the post to seal the win.”

Congratulations Madison. Coach has your certificate from Wildwood Crossing.

Thanks Wildwood Crossing!

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Subway Weed Cougars Football Player of the Week: Ayala

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Coach Glen Gonzales’ choice for the Subway Weed Cougars Football Player of the Week for the Happy Camp game is Devyn Ayala.

Ayala, “had a great game on both sides of the line, and had six sacks,” said Gonzales.

Congratulations Devyn. Coach has your gift certificate for Subway.

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The Heart of Siskiyou

The 10th District Agricultural Association Board of Directors selected, “The Heart of Siskiyou,” as the theme for the 2018 Siskiyou Golden Fair at its October 17 board meeting.

“Our annual fair has showcased the heart of Siskiyou County since 1859,” said CEO Cliff Munson. “The annual fair is an exhibit of the culture, heritage and history of all that is from our communities.”

The 2018 theme was submitted by fair enthusiast Stan Krute of Montague, and Stan will be the recipient of the $185.00 ticket package for the 2018 fair. The theme is used to create many still exhibits, feature booths and entries in most every department.

For more information, contact the fair office at 842-2767. The 2018 Siskiyou Golden Fair “The Heart of Siskiyou” will run August 8-12, 2018 in Yreka.

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The South Fork Baking Co. Etna Lions Football Players of the Week: Morrill & Theofanides

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Coach Wade Dickinson’s pick for The South Fork Baking Company Etna Lions Football Players of the Week are Cale Morrill and Josh Theofanides.

Morrill and Theofanides, “both had great games on both sides of the ball. Cale’s best game making decisions. Josh’s best all around game as a receiver and blocker” said Dickinson. “great job boys.”

Congratulations Cale and Josh. Coach has your gift certificates for The South Fork Baking Company.

Thank South Fork!

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Subway Mt. Shasta Bears Football Player of the Week: Nova 2X

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Coach John Dutton’s pick for the Subway Mt. Shasta Bears Football Player of the Week is Derek Nova.

“Nova stepped in at QB for our injured starter, and threw a TD pass. He also played great on D,” said Dutton

Congratulations Derek. Coach has your certificate for Subway.

Thanks Subway!

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Fall River volleyball sweeps Bears

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Photos by Violet Carter

The Fall River Bulldogs swept away the Bears on Tuesday night in Mt. Shasta. The Bulldogs won the varsity match 3-0 (25-10, 25-19, 25-14). The JV game went Fall River’s way 2-0 (25-13, 25-20).

The Bears host SCL leader Etna on Thursday.

Shasta Cascade League Standings

Etna 7-0, 23-8
Fall River 6-1, 23-7
Modoc 4-4, 10-14
Mt. Shasta 3-4, 14-7
Triniy 1-6, 3-14-1
Weed 0-6, 1-13

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