Bears snack on Bulldogs, 72-23

Bear Kaden Riccomini had a game-high 25 points.

Bear Kaden Riccomini had a game-high 25 points.

By halftime the Mt. Shasta Bears led the visiting Fall River Bulldogs 49-11, on Friday night. The only questions remaining were how good would the Bear cheerleaders’ performance be at halftime, and how many slam dunks would Kody Bauman have at the end of the game. The answers were really good and four.

For those wondering about the progression of the scoring by quarter, Mt. Shasta led 22-3 at the end of one and 70-16 after three quarters…ya that’s 54 points. With a running clock, the Bulldogs got the better of the 4th quarter, 7-2, for a final of 72-23. (more…)

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Mt. Shasta Cheerleaders during Fall River game

Video of the Mt. Shasta Bears cheerleaders at halftime of the boys varsity game against Fall River, on Friday, January 19, 2018.

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Doc Swenson’s Quick Clips: Etna v Weed boys basketball

Highlights from late in regulation and the two overtimes from Weed’s 66-65 win in Etna, on Wednesday, January 18, 2018.

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Fall River girls defeat Bears, lead SCL

Madison Corder scores two of her 15 points for the Bulldogs.

Madison Corder scores two of her 15 points for the Bulldogs.

PurrFectPawsADThe Fall River Bulldogs girls squad opened up with intense full court pressure at Mt. Shasta on Friday night, and jumped out to a 16-5 lead over the Bears in the first quarter. Mt. Shasta made a couple of runs, but the visitors maintained a double-digit advantage during most of the contest, on the way to a 51-43 win.

Meghan McKinlay scored five points for the Bulldogs in the opening period, and Saydee Pevehouse added four. The Bear points came on a 3-ball from Taryn Linares, and a deuce by Madison Bourke. Mt. Shasta was generally able to break the Bulldog press, but then rushed shots on the offensive end.

Going into halftime, Fall River led 26-14, with Pevehouse providing six points for the Dawgs in the second stanza. (more…)

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Lady Indians sting Hornets in OT

The Happy Camp Indians girls basketball squad gave up the lead late in the game to the Surprise Valley Hornets (2-3, 2-5) on Friday night, but rebounded in overtime for a 53-51 victory.

The Indians led 13-8 at the end of the first quarter, and 20-16 going into the intermission. After three quarters, it was a 35-32 Indian lead. Happy Camp built double-digit advantages a couple of times in the first three quarters, but the Hornets were able to close the gap back to a possession or two.

With 4:34 to go in the final frame, Surprise Valley tied the game 38-38. About 40 seconds later, the Hornets went up 40-38. Royale Pinassi tied it, 40-40, for the Indians on a put-back. Surprise Valley went back up, but Pinassi answered with a freebie, and then a hoop at the other end, giving Happy Camp a 43-42 advantage with 1:59 to play. (more…)

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Doc Swenson’s Quick Clips: Mt. Shasta v Fall River boys basketball

Highlights from the Bears’ 72-23 win over Fall River in Mt. Shasta on Friday, January 19, 2018.

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Miner Perk Yreka Girls Soccer Player of the Week: Jaimes and McFall

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The Miner Perk Yreka Girls Soccer Players of the Week are Pricila Jaimes and Alisha McFall.

Pricila, “had four assists and set up the winning goals- she also scored one goal last week,” and Alisha,”scored three goals with the winning goal against Lassen,” said Coach Brian Cowley

Congratulations Pricila and Alisha. Enjoy your gift cards from the Miner Perk.

Thanks Miner Perk!

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Black Bear Diner Scoreboard & Schedule 1/16 – 1/20

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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, January 20

Women’s Basketball

Butte @ COS, 4:00 pm

Men’s Basketball

Butte 86 – COS 65

Friday, January 19

Girls Basketball

Yreka 48 – U-Prep 39
Yreka scoring: Ashley Cox 14, Terra Crawford 13, Lena Fogle 10

Yreka JV 34 – U-Prep JV 31
Yreka scoring: Mary Hall 14

Yreka Frosh 51 – U-Prep Frosh 43
Yreka scoring: Myra Whipple 15, Rylee Martin 12, Breanne Hands 8

Fall River 51 – Mt. Shasta 43

Fall River JV 56 – Mt Shasta JV 29

Etna 39 – Trinity 42 (OT)

Etna JV 39 – Trinity JV 44
Etna scoring: Megan Bennett 16, Brooke Smiley 11

Weed 26 – Modoc 50
Weed scoring: Savanna Reynolds 10, Christine Bangert 9, Shannon JAckson 5, Christina Amezcua 4

Weed JV 37 – Modoc JV 32
Weed scoring: Isabella Escobedo 22, Marissa Nystrom 5, Remi Sandhu 4

Big Valley 45 – Butte Valley 43

Surprise Valley 51 – Happy Camp 53 (OT)

Tulelake 68 – Dunsmuir 43

Boys Basketball

U-Prep 55 – Yreka 54
Yreka scoring: Jarrett Gaither 26, Tycen Birch 13

U-Prep JV 58 – Yreka JV 57

U-Prep Frosh – Yreka Frosh

Fall River 23 – Mt. Shasta 72

Fall River JV 30 – Mt.Shasta JV 68

Etna 57 – Trinity 89

Etna JV 48 – Trinity JV 59

Weed 61 – Modoc 64
Weed scoring: Danny Formhals 15, Jason Ross 14, Harley Williams 13, Xavia Martinez 12

Weed JV 60 – Modoc JV 58 (OT)

Big Valley 46 – Butte Valley 41

Tulelake 82 – Dunsmuir 40 (more…)

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Mountain Village RV Park Etna Lions Boys Basketball Player of the Week: Bigham

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The Mountain Village RV Park Etna Lions Boys Basketball Player of the Week is Kenneth Bigham.

Bigham is an, “exceptional student, and a great team player,” said Coach Jason Walker.

Congratulations Kenneth. Coach has your certificate for Mountain Village.

Thanks Mountain Village RV Park and Shell Station!

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Subway Weed Cougars Boys Basketball Player of the Week: Formhals

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

Formhals had 55 points (including ten 3s), and took four charges in three games last week. Danny is top-10 in the nation in charges taken,” said West. “He is also a great teammate who is the first to show up to practice and the last to leave..”

Congratulations Danny. Coach has your Subway certificate.

Thanks Subway!

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Lady Lions defeat Weed

Etna's Bre Buker scores two of her 22 points.

Etna’s Bre Buker scores two of her 22 points.

InStorySRP copyThe Etna Lions girls varsity basketball team rolled over the Weed Cougars on Wednesday night in Etna 67-26.

Bre Buker put up 22 points for the Lions. Cailey Rizzardo dropped in 16, and Caitlin Bennett scored eight points.

For Weed, Shannon Jackson and Nicole Arguello each scored eight points. Morgan Michelon added six points.

Etna (1-2, 10-6) goes to Trinity (1-1, 9-8) on Friday. Weed (0-2, 8-7) hosts Modoc (1-1, 8-6) on Friday.

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Subway COS Eagles Men’s Basketball Player of the Week: Velazquez

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Coach Kyle Heath’s pick for the Subway COS Eagles Men’s Basketball Player of the Week is Alex Velazquez.

Velazquez averaged 19 points, eight rebounds and 7.5 assists last week in two games.

Congratulations Alex. Coach has your certificate for Subway.

Thanks Subway!

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Coffee Brake Mt. Shasta Bears Girls B-Ball Player of the Week: Taylor

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The Coffee Brake Mt. Shasta Bears Girls B-ball Player of the Week is Anna Taylor.

Taylor had, “16 points last week, including a big 12 against Etna. Her two baskets against Modoc were very important for us,” said Coach Kirk Andrus. “She plays hard, and when she plays like this, we can be pretty good.”

Congratulations Anna. Coach has your certificate for the Coffee Break.

Thanks Coffee Brake!

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

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The Golden Rush Espresso Yreka Miners Boys Basketball Player of the Week is Jarrett Gaither.

“Jarrett had an outstanding game! He played well defensively as well as on offense,” said Coach Louis Sanchez.

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

Thanks Golden Rush!

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Etna v Weed JV basketball photos and info

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The Etna Lions junior varsity girls defeated the Weed Cougars 60-29 on Wednesday night.

Brooke Smiley put up 18 points for Etna. Emma Watton scored 12, and Samantha Downey added eight points.

Isabella Escobedo led Weed with eight points, and Marissa Nystrom contributed six.

In the JV boys game, it was Weed that was victorious 51-47.

The Cougars were led by Dallas Lane with 14 points. Alex Guzman recorded nine points, and Jarrod Keen chalked up eight.

Joseph Terramagra was Etna’s top scorer with 13. Jacob Martin had 12, and Parker Finley dropped in 10 points.

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Scott River Builders Happy Camp Indians Basketball Player of the Week: Tuttle

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Coach Kevin Harrison’s pick for the Scott River Builders Happy Camp Indians Boys Basketball Player of the Week is Aaron Tuttle.

Tuttle was chosen for, “being a leader on and off the court,” said Harrison

Congratulations Aaron. Mrs. Mitchell has your gift certificate.

Thanks Scott River Builders!

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