Yreka v Red Bluff photos

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Photos by Courtney Quirmbach

The Yreka 8,9,10 All-stars fell to Red Bluff on Sunday. (more…)

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South Siskiyou v Red Bluff photos

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The South Siskiyou 8,9,10 All-stars fell to Red Bluff 7-6 in the opening game of the 2018 tournament.

The teams were tied 6-6 heading into the sixth inning at Ringe Park in Yreka, on Saturday. (more…)

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Several Eagles football players soar to four-year universities

Alfred King picks off a pass against Butte.

Alfred King picks off a pass against Butte.

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College of the Siskiyous head football coach Charlie Roche recently sent information on members of the 2017 Eagles that have signed with four-year universities.


Rashaan Broomfield has official signed with Kansas Wesleyan University

Alfred King has officially signed with Houston Baptist University

Daniel Hardy has officially signed with Montana State University

Elijah Harvey has officially signed with Mayville State University

Others that have signed

Emmanuel Mann: Houston Baptist University

Ryan Duenas: Western Oregon University (more…)

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COS Golf Tournament supports students

All golfers (and non-golfers) are invited to support COS Athletics by registering to play in the 2018, “Where Eagles Fly,” Golf Tournament at the Weed Golf Course on Saturday, July 14. Funds raised at by the tournament will be used to support COS Athletics.

The day of the tournament will begin with registration/check-in and a continental breakfast at 8:00 am, with the tournament beginning at 9:00 am. The tournament format is four-member team scramble with a shotgun start (best ball). Tournament winners will be determined by the lowest GROSS and lowest NET scores. In addition, various individual contests will be held. Players will have the opportunity to take a chance on two Hole in One Contests; Closest to the Pin, Longest Drive and an Opportunity Drawing. Prizes may include Golf Packages, Dinners, Lodging, and more. (more…)

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Outlaw Karts photos from June 15, 2018

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Outlaw Kart racing photos by Courtney Quirmbach taken on Friday, June 15, 2018 in Yreka.

For more information on Yreka Outlaw Karts, click here.

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2018 Siskiyou Golden Fair

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Oregon St. RV Storage v Rangers TOC photos

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Photos by Tiana Sheridan

PurrFectPawsADOregon Street RV Storage hosted the Rangers from Red Bluff in the 1st round of the Junior Little League Tournament of Champions on Wednesday night at Hibbard Field. Red Bluff took the high-scoring contest 14-12.

For the Yreka squad, Miller went 4/5 at the plate, and scored three runs. Callahan was 3/4 with a run, and Yates had a double, going 3/5.

“It was a real pleasure for the coaching staff this year to have this group and the support of the parents,” said assistant coach John Durney. (more…)

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Siskiyou YMCA summer camp schedule

2018 Y Camp 1 (more…)

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Read to Win and ride, ride, ride!

The Siskiyou Golden Fair is excited to bring back the popular “Read to Win” program for Siskiyou County K-8th Grade Students. Participants that complete the program will receive six tickets for Paul Maurer Shows carnival rides. Fair admission is not included but six & under are free every day, 12 & under are free on Thursday, American Ag Credit kids day, and everyone is free on Sunday KTVL Family Day!

Siskiyou County students must read for 20 to 30 minutes for 20 days and have it documented by a parent or guardian. K-3 will need to draw a picture depicting one of the stories read, and 4-8 graders will need a one page book report on one of the stories, typed and double spaced to receive the prize tickets.

The program will begin June 4 and end on the opening day of the fair. The official form and accompanying documents must be turned in during the 2018 fair to receive the tickets. The official verification form is available on the fair web page www.sisqfair.com and accessing The Annual Fair/Miscellaneous Forms/Read to Win. The program only allows for one set of prize tickets per student. (more…)

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Harper and Morzenti garner Pac-12 Track and Field All-Academic honors

Ben Harper running for the University of California, Berkeley.

Ben Harper running for the University of California, Berkeley.

The Pac-12 Conference announced its Track and Field All Academic teams on Thursday.

Among those selected were old high school rivals and friends Ben Harper (Trinity), who runs for the University of California, Berkeley, and Chris Morzenti (Mt. Shasta) from the University of California, Los Angeles.

Harper was selected for the 1st team, and Morzenti was honorable mention All Academic.

To be eligible for selection to the All-Academic team, a student-athlete must have a minimum 3.0 overall grade-point average and be either a starter or significant contributor.

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Siskiyou 4-H members earn State Awards

Callahan Zediker's Best of Show photo "Boot Barn."

Callahan Zediker’s Best of Show photo “Boot Barn.”

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InStorySRP copyThe California State 4-H Field Day was held on Saturday, June 2, 2018. State field day has many competitive contests and skills events for 4-H youth to enter. Contests range from Photography, Fashion Revue, Interview and Presentation Competitions to Plant Science and Entomology Identification skills challenges. Over 1000 youth participants representing nearly every California county participate in the state competitions. Four Siskiyou County youth participated in State Competitions.

Quina Cundall from the Butte Valley 4-H participated in the State Fashion Revue competition. She participated in the traditional sewn category that features garments that the participant has constructed, showcasing sewing skills and the ability to coordinate an outfit. The outfit must be sewn by the member. Quiana earned a medalist award for her creation.

Yulianna Valdez of the Big Springs 4-H entered the Sewing skills competition and earned a blue award. The skills competition requires members to have overall sewing knowledge about seams, interfacing, linings, stitch types and much more.

Madysson Cervelli of Big Springs 4-H participated in the State Fashion Revue competition. She participated in the See it, Sew it Challenge competition. This competitions required members to start with a picture of a new garment or outfit from a current magazine, catalog, store display or website. They were to list the retail price of the outfit or garment. Then they got creative and copied the outfit to make it fit you. Madysson earned State winner honors with her outfit. (more…)

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2018 Les Schwab Destruction Derby presented by Yreka Motors

The derby is always a smashing finale for the fair, and the 2018 Les Schwab Destruction Derby presented by Yreka Motors has all the indicators of making memories Siskiyou Golden Fair style.

Promoter Jesse Williams loves destruction derbies so much he is once again donating the promoter fee to the Destruction Derby purse and payouts are going up again in 2018!

“Jesse’s generosity has allowed us to offer payouts unheard of in Yreka,” said CEO Cliff Munson. “The rules, payouts and event information is on our web page at www.sisqfair.com.”

The build rules will allow drivers to participate in the Siskiyou Golden Fair and Intermountain Fair of Shasta County (McArthur) without making modifications to a car built for the Les Schwab Destruction Derby presented by Yreka Motors. (more…)

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CIF Track & Field Championships

Trinity's Lauren Harper competes at the CIF state finals in the 800m.

Trinity’s Lauren Harper competes at the CIF state finals in the 800m.

Photos by Joanne Harper

The 2018 Track & Field Championships were held at Buchanan High School in Clovis on Friday and Saturday.

Trinity’s Lauren Harper made the finals, and finished 11th in the 800m (2:20.73). She was also 11th in the preliminaries (2:13.23).

The Yreka girls 4×100 was 24th (51.34). (more…)

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Yreka Little League: Cardinals v D-backs

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Pictures taken on Thursday, May 30, 2018 at Ringe Park.

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Rodeo with Scott Valley Bank: a tradition continues at the 2018 Siskiyou Golden Fair

Scott Valley Bank and the Siskiyou Golden Fair have been partners since the first organized fair was held in Fort Jones in 1859. For many years, the Scott Valley Bank name has been associated with the grandstand, and as naming partner of the CCRPA rodeo. The tradition continues this summer even as Scott Valley Bank transitions to Mechanics Bank, bank employees will proudly be on hand for the t-shirt toss and to enjoy the efforts of all participants while supporting the Siskiyou Golden Fair.

Top Cowboys and Cowgirls from all over the west will be in Yreka, California Saturday night, August 11 to compete in the Scott Valley Bank CCPRA Rodeo presented by Pape Machinery. This year online entries are being accepted on July 31 from 12:00 – 7:00 pm for all events on the CCPRA site – ccpra.enterup.biz. For questions contestants can contact the rodeo secretary, Jolie Thurston at 530-524-5704.

Four Star Rodeo Company from Cottonwood will produce the fair rodeo and provide the rough stock. Four Star’s herd has some of the rankest bulls and horses in the rodeo business. Each year, fair partners provide top notch buckles to the winners in each event and a specialized breast collar is given to the all around winner. This year’s chute MMZ John Britton, Siskiyou Laser Products, Dr. Bruce Riger, Hi Lo Café, Cross Petroleum, Best Western Plus Tree House, Scott Valley Bank and Julie Kuck Lemos Realtor. Event Partners include; Freitas Trucking, Double H Ranch, California Outdoor Properties, Bob’s Ranch House, Finley Farms, Outlaw Saddles & Silver in memory of Frieda Wilson, Century 21 Realty, Fawaz Farming, Clarity Medical Spa, Siskiyou Central Credit Union, Luke’s Yreka Drug, CINCH Jeans and Shirts and the all around partner for 2018 is the Rex Club. Entertainment will also include the Mini Buckers presented by Mt. Shasta Title and Escrow. (more…)

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NAL, SCL and Evergreen softball & baseball all-league selections

Etna's Cleo Smith is the Shasta Cascade League softball MVP.

Etna’s Cleo Smith is the Shasta Cascade League softball MVP.


Northern Athletic League
Jacelyn Parratt, Central Valley, MVP
Reagan Breedlove, Central Valley
Destiny Young, Central Valley
Hannah Apple, Central Valley
Regan Dias, Anderson
Charli Hawkins, Anderson
Brooke Blades, Anderson
Taylor Galyean, West Valley
Nikki Hawkins, West Valley
Regan Floyd, Lassen
Josephine Carman, Lassen
Ashley Cox, Yreka
Madi Overton, University Prep

Honorable Mention
Kendall Holleman, Central Valley
Makayla Epperson, Anderson
Kadie Russell, West Valley
Fawn Robinson, Lassen
Morgan Collins, Yreka
Amelia, Carillo, University Prep

Shasta Cascade League
Cleo Smith, Etna, Sophomore, MVP
Harold Bennett, Etna, Coach of the Year
Halliday Hubbard, Etna, Soph
Cailey Rizzardo, Etna, Soph
Katie Turner, Etna, Sr
Kasydi Bennett, Etna, Fr
Kennadee Witt, Modoc, Sr
Brooke Lafferty, Soph
Hallee Olsen, Fall River, Jr
Natalie Osborne, Fall River, Soph
Trinity Markham, Fall River, Jr
Saydee Pevehouse, Fall River, Sr
Jolene Rhoades, Mt. Shasta, Sr
Bella Powers, Mt. Shasta, Jr
Taylor Mack, Mt. Shasta, Soph
Kelsey Clark, Trinity, Sr
Christine Bangert, Weed, Sr (more…)

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