Subway COS Eagles Softball Player of the Week: Moser

COS Player Softball Moser

Coach John Cox’s choice for the Subway COS Eagles Softball Player of the Week is Kendall Moser.

“Kendall was the winning pitcher in all three of the Lady Eagle’s wins last weekend, ” said Cox. “She pitched 16 innings, had 14 strikeouts, and gave up 11 hits and seven earned runs.”

Congratulations Kendall. Coach has your certificate for Subway.

Thanks Subway!

Share on Facebook

Mountain Village RV Park Etna Lions Boys Baseball Player of the Week: Dickson

MVRVad Dickson

Coach Robbie Munson’s choice for the Mountain Village RV Park Etna Lions Boys Baseball Player of the Week is Mason Dickson.

“Dickson went 5/7 in the two games last week, with a double and two RBIs,” said Munson. “He also threw out a runner stealing–his fifth in three games.”

Congratulations Mason. Coach has your certificate for Mountain Village.

Thanks Mountain Village RV Park and Shell Station!

Share on Facebook

Black Bear Diner Scoreboard & Schedule 3/21 – 3/25

Print

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, March 24

Softball

Mt. Shasta @ Yreka, canceled

COS @ Shasta, rescheduled for Tuesday

Baseball

Mt. Shasta, Weed, Etna @ ACA Tourney, canceled

COS @ Feather River, 2:00 pm

Thursday, March 23

Baseball

Yreka 1 – Henley 2 (9)

Mt. Shasta 1 – Hamilton 11 @ ACA Tourney

Mt. Shasta 8 – Central Valley 4 @ ACA Tourney

Etna 6 – Biggs 3 @ ACA Tourney

Etna 5 – Reedsport 6 @ ACA Tourney

Weed 21 – Maxwell 3 @ ACA Tourney

Weed 7 – Hoopa 6 @ ACA Tourney (more…)

Share on Facebook

Subway Mt. Shasta Bears Dirt Dog of the Week: Kaden Riccomini

Subway Mt Shasta Baseball Kaden

The Subway Mt. Shasta Bears Dirt Dog of the Week is Kaden Riccomini.

“Riccomini was 5/9 with seven RBIs, and six runs scored last week,” said Coach Chuck Mahan. “He also threw five innings, had six Ks, 0 walks and 0 runs.”

Congratulations Kaden. Coach has your certificate for Subway.

Thanks Subway!

Share on Facebook

Subway COS Eagles Softball Player of the Week: Newman

COS Player Softball Newman

Coach John Cox’s choice for the Subway COS Eagles Softball Player of the Week is Hannah Newman.

Newman, “tossed 6 2/3 innings vs Sac City, in a 1-0 loss, ” said Cox. “She was our most consistent pitcher in the first half of the season.”

Congratulations Hannah. Coach has your certificate for Subway.

Thanks Subway!

Share on Facebook

Miner St. Meat Market Yreka Baseball Player of the Week: Leach

MSM Baseball Leach

The Miner St. Meat Market Yreka Baseball Player of the Week is Garrett Leach.

Leach, “did a great job behind the plate last week, and was successful in the small ball game at the plate,” said Coach Jason Freitas.

Congratulations Garrett. Coach has your certificate for the Miner St. Market.

Thanks Miner St. Meat Market!

Share on Facebook

Subway Weed Cougars Dirt Dog of the Week: LaFortune

Subway Weed LaFortune

The Subway Weed Cougars Dirt Dog of the Week is Donoven LaFortune.

LaFortune, “was our offensive leader last week, and played great in the outfield,” said Coach Josh Oates.

Congratulations Donoven. Your certificate for Subway will arrive soon.

Thanks Subway!

Share on Facebook

Golden Rush Espresso Yreka Miners Softball Player of the Week: Churchill

GoldenRushSoftball Churchill

The Golden Rush Espresso Yreka Miners Softball Player of the Week is Faith Churchill.

Churchill went 5/8 at the plate last weekend, and committed no errors during the entire tourney, according to Coach John Marquez.

Congratulations Faith. Your gift card for Golden Rush Espresso will arrive soon.

Thanks Golden Rush!

Share on Facebook

Miners rally in 7th to beat Bears

Yreka's Jeremy Persing notched a complete game win over Mt. Shasta.

Yreka’s Jeremy Persing notched a complete game win over Mt. Shasta.

YrekaTransferNewThrough the first five innings on Tuesday at Hibbard Field, runs were non existent and hits were hard to come by.

The Mt. Shasta Bears finally posted a run on the board in the top of the sixth. Yreka answered in the bottom half of the inning.

Two runs in the seventh for the Bears made it a 3-1 Mt. Shasta advantage.

However, the Miners responded with three runs in the home half, for the 4-3 win. Cale Cool knocked in Nick Shafer for the game-winner.

Jeremy Persing notched the complete game win on the hill (2 ER, 3 H, BB, 4 K). Persing was also 2/2 at the plate with a run and a walk.

Kaden Riccomini, Tyler Santi and Aden Bravo scored runs for the Bears.

Yreka (6-1) goes to Henley (3-0) on Wednesday.

Mt. Shasta (5-4) is at the ACA Tourney this weekend.

Share on Facebook

Coffee Brake Lady Bears Softball Player of the Week: S. Cross

Coffee Brake POW Softball S Cross

Coach Blake Powers’ choice for the Coffee Brake Lady Bears Softball Player of the Week is Sydney Cross.

Cross played “great defense” at catcher, and went 3/4 against Durham, including two home runs in the same inning, according to Powers.

Congratulations Sydney. Coach has your certificate.

Thanks Coffee Brake!

Share on Facebook

Wildwood Crossing Etna Lions Softball Player of the Week: M. Dean

Softball Player Dean

The Wildwood Crossing Etna Lions Softball Player of the Week is Megan Dean.

Dean, “picked up two complete game wins last weekend,” said Coach Harold Bennett.

She also hit a 2-run homer against Trinity.

Congratulations Megan. Coach has your certificate from Wildwood Crossing.

Thanks Wildwood Crossing!

Share on Facebook

Subway COS Eagles Baseball Player of the Week: Dorman

COS Player Baseball Dorman

Coach Nick Thielman’s pick for the Subway COS Eagles Baseball Player of the Week is Beau Dorman.

“Dorman went 5/8 last week in our two game series against Lassen. He had two RBIs and scored three times on the day,” said Thielman. “Beau has been one of our most consistent hitters this season, and is batting .375 in league play.”

Congratulations Beau. Coach has your certificate for Subway.

Thanks Subway!

Share on Facebook

Siskiyous Eagles women’s basketball season in review: stats and comments

COS Eagles sophomores with Contra Costa Tourney championship trophy (L-R): Destinee Jones, Gabbi Schmitt, Megan Dailey, Melissa Dailey, Hannah Thompson.

COS Eagles sophomores with Contra Costa Tourney championship trophy (L-R): Destinee Jones, Gabbi Schmitt, Megan Dailey, Melissa Dailey, Hannah Thompson.

To say that the College of the Siskiyous Eagles women’s basketball team had an amazing season, would be a massive understatement.

The Eagles won the Golden Valley Conference, again, at 10-0. That combined with a 27-1 regular season record and several wins against quality opponents, earned them a 4-seed for the state playoffs–right behind #3 San Francisco, who COS had already defeated (No one said the seeding made sense).

Siskiyous crushed #13 Skyline 113-71 in round-one of the playoffs. The second round opponent was a bit tougher, but despite #5 San Joaquin Delta’s dirty play and the very poor officiating, the Eagles prevailed 76-70. Those wins earned them a spot in the 8-team state tournament, held at Las Positas, in Livermore.

The North’s top team, Sierra, lost in the playoffs, which allowed COS to move up to the North 3-seed for the CCCAA state championship tourney.

Siskiyous knocked off the South 2-seed, East Los Angeles, 93-81, on the strength of a 35-point fourth quarter. Eagle Hannah Thompson dropped a tournament high 36 points on East LA. (more…)

Share on Facebook

Marble Mountain Softball Tourney Day-1

Megan Dean launches a 2-run homer for Etna.

Megan Dean launches a 2-run homer for Etna.

Marble Mountain Tourney Day-1 results (Friday)

Etna 15 – Trinity 3
Megan Dean WP. Dean, Katie Turner and Cleo Smith went yard.

Etna 13 – Tulelake 1
Megan Dean WP.

Mt. Shasta 16 – Durham 7
Jolene Rhoades WP.

Durham 16 – Trinity 2

Day-two has been rained out.

Share on Facebook

Eagles drop two to Lassen

Beau Dorman scores for the Eagles in game-two.

Beau Dorman scores for the Eagles in game-two.

The College of the Siskiyous Eagles dropped both games of their doubleheader against Lassen on Friday.

The Cougars took game-one, 13-8, and won the second contest, 5-4, in 10 innings. Lassen leads the Golden Valley Conference at 6-2, and the Cougars are 11-9 overall.

For the Eagles, Beau Dorman went 6/8 in the double dip, with two RBIs. Devin Bell also knocked in two runs, and was 5/9 for the day. Josh Lincoln hit .500 at 4/8.

Dylan Bowers had a solid five-inning outing on the hill in the second game, allowing one earned run and striking out four Cougars.

Siskiyous (3-7, 8-15) is at second place Feather River (6-3. 9-12) on Friday.

Share on Facebook

Black Bear Diner Scoreboard & Schedule 3/13 – 3/19

Print

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, March 19

Softball

COS 2 – San Jose 4

COS 6 – San Jose 5 (8)

Saturday, March 18

Softball

Yreka 5 – Chico 7 @ Anderson Big Schools Tourney

Etna v Mt. Shasta, Canceled @ Marble Mountain Tourney

Tulelake v Durham, Canceled @ Marble Mountain Tourney

COS 2 – Gavilan 7

COS 5 – Gavilan 13

Baseball

Yreka v Klamath Union, Canceled @ Gold Nugget Jamboree

Mt Shasta v Klamath Union, Canceled @ Gold Nugget Jamboree

Etna v Weed, Canceled @ Etna Tourney

Weed v Hoopa, Canceled @ Etna Tourney

Etna v Hoopa, Canceled @ Etna Tourney

Friday, March 17

Softball

Yreka 8 – Pleasant Valley 6 @ Anderson Big Schools Tourney

Yreka 2 – Shasta 10 @ Anderson Big Schools Tourney

Yreka 2 – Las Plumas 6 @ Anderson Big Schools Tourney

Yreka JV 2 – Pleasant Valley JV 12 @ Enterprise Tourney

Yreka JV 13 – West Valley JV 2 @ Enterprise Tourney

Yreka JV 5 – Las Plumas JV 5 @ Enterprise Tourney

Etna 15 – Trinity 3 @ Marble Mountain Tourney

Mt. Shasta 16 – Durham 7 @ Marble Mountain Tourney

Tulelake 1 – Etna 13 @ Marble Mountain Tourney

Dunsmuir 4 – Hayfork 6

Dunsmuir 5 – Hayfork 11

Redwoods 4 – COS 6 G-2

Redwoods 11 – COS 12 G-1

Baseball

Mt Shasta 3 – Del Norte 2 @ Gold Nugget Jamboree
Thairen Sivongsa WP

Etna 10 – Hoopa 0 @ Etna Tourney

Etna 16 – Weed 1 (5) @ Etna Tourney

Dunsmuir 12 – Hayfork 1

Dunsmuir 9 – Hayfork 5

Lassen 5 – COS 4 (10) G-2

Lassen 13 – COS 8 G-1

Track

Yreka, Mt. Shasta, Weed, Tulelake, Golden Eagle, Happy Camp @ Jefferson Invite

Thursday, March 16

Baseball

Yreka 4 – Del Norte 3 (8) @ Gold Nugget Jamboree

Mt Shasta 18 – Klamath Union 5 @ Gold Nugget Jamboree (more…)

Share on Facebook

Lions defeat Warriors and Cougars

Josh Theofanides rips a 2-RBI double for Etna.

Josh Theofanides rips a 2-RBI double for Etna.

The Etna Lions defeated the Weed Cougars 16-1, and the Hoopa Warriors 10-0 in five inning games on Friday.

Rob Thom recorded the win over Weed, and Steve Lampert notched the victory against Hoopa.

Etna is scheduled to play Hoopa again at 10:00 am on Saturday, and Weed at 2:00 pm. Weed and Hoopa square off at noon.

The games are what is left of the Etna tournament after cancellations.

Share on Facebook