2018 NSCIF D-IV boys basketball playoff brackets D-4 – D-7

NSCIF Boys Basketball Championships 2018 NSCIF Boys Basketball Div 4

NSCIF Boys Basketball Championships 2018 NSCIF Boys Basketball Div 5

NSCIF Boys Basketball Championships 2018 NSCIF Boys Basketball Div 6

NSCIF Boys Basketball Championships 2018 NSCIF Boys Basketball Div 7

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2018 NSCIF D-IV girls basketball playoff brackets D-4 – D-7

NSCIF Girls Basketball Championships 2018 NSCIF Girls Basketball Div 4

NSCIF Girls Basketball Championships 2018 NSCIF Girls Basketball Div 5

NSCIF Girls Basketball Championships 2018 NSCIF Girls Basketball Div 6

NSCIF Girls Basketball Championships 2018 NSCIF Girls Basketball Div 7

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Huge Q3 propels Cougars to rout of Modoc

Xavia Martinez scored 13 points during a 34-point third quarter explosion for the Cougars (click image for slide show).

Xavia Martinez scored 13 points during a 34-point third quarter explosion for the Cougars (click image for slide show).

Photos by Violet Carter

The Weed Cougars started slow on Friday night, trailing at half 23-22. However, a 34-point third quarter propelled the Cougars to a 68-49 rout of the visiting Modoc Braves.

Xavia Martinez went off for 13 points in the third period, including four 3-balls. Harley Williams dropped in a trio of treys plus a freebie, and Austin Robbins had three deuces. Weed led 56-34 heading into the final frame.

Modoc nipped Weed 15-12 in the fourth, but it really didn’t matter.

Martinez had a game-high 19 points. Williams and Angel Nicholas each scored 12 points, and Robbins added 10. Weed was 6/12 at the charity stripe.

Final Shasta Cascade League Standings

Mt. Shasta 10-0, 23-3
Trinity 7-3, 17-9
Modoc 5-5, 17-8
Fall River 3-7, 18-7
Weed 3-7, 12-10
Etna 2-8, 8-15

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Weed girls fall to Modoc

Christine Bangert led Weed with 15 points (click for slide show).

Christine Bangert led Weed with 15 points (click for slide show).

Photos by Violet Carter

PurrFectPawsADThe visiting Modoc Braves outscored the Weed Cougars girls squad 21-3 in the first quarter, led 35-9 at the half and went on to a 58-25 win on Friday night.

Only three players scored for the Cougars. Christine Bangert had 15, Christina Amezcua seven and Victoria Arnett had three. Weed was 5/12 at the free throw line.

Final Shasta Cascade League standings

Fall River 8-2, 21-5
Trinity 6-4, 15-11
Mt. Shasta 6-4, 15-11
Etna 5-5, 15-9
Modoc 5-5, 14-10
Weed 0-10, 8-15

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Black Bear Diner Scoreboard & Schedule 2/13 – 2/17

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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, February 17

Softball

COS 2 – Sac City 12

COS 0 – Sac City 8

Friday, February 16

Girls Basketball

Yreka 57 – Lassen 67
Yreka scoring: Terra Crawford 13, Angelic Avery 11, Ashley Cox 11

Yreka JV lost to Lassen JV

Etna 49 – Mt. Shasta 43 (OT)
Etna scoring: Bre Buker 13, Caitlin Bennett 10
Mt Shasta scoring: Abby Andrus 18, Lily Hitchcock 11

Etna JV 47 – Mt Shasta JV 28

Modoc 58 – Weed 25

Modoc JV 31 – Weed JV 28

Tulelake 73 – Happy Camp 48

Boys Basketball

Yreka 68 – Lassen 72

Yreka JV 76 – Lassen JV 85 (OT)
Yreka scoring: Jaeden Fraley 24, Coleson Rice 22 (six 3s), Anthony Ballestin 18

Etna 53 – Mt. Shasta 88

Etna JV 35 – Mt Shasta JV 66

Modoc 49 – Weed 68

Modoc JV defeated Weed JV

Tulelake 42 – Happy Camp 53 (more…)

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Heritage Properties Etna Lions Wrestler of the Week: Jones & McQuoid

Heritage Wrestler Jones McQuoid

Coach Scott Forrester’s pick for the Heritage Properties Etna Lions Wrestlers of the Week are Wyatt Jones and Donald McQuoid.

At the recent dual with Trinity, Forrester said he received the most positive comments about Wyatt and Donald and how they have progressed as wrestlers.

Wyatt, “has been dedicated to the team and has put in some hard work to establish himself as a varsity wrestler in the 182 lb weight class,” and Donald, “demonstrated a competitive fire we’ve been waiting for all season and battled hard,” said Forrester.

Congratulations Wyatt and Donald. Coach has your gift certificates.

Thanks Heritage Properties!

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Cougars win back and forth game against Lions

Angle Nicholas scored 11 points for Weed (click image for slide show).

Angle Nicholas scored 11 points for Weed (click image for slide show).

Photos by Violet Carter

The first time the Etna Lions and Weed Cougars met in Shasta Cascade League play, the game went to double overtime, with Weed winning 66-65 in Etna. So, it was no surprise that each squad would have its successes in the rematch at Weed.

The Lions held a 15-12 advantage at the end of one quarter. Weed responded by outscoring Etna 19-14 in the second stanza, for a 31-29 advantage at the intermission.

The third quarter was the turning point for the Cougars, as they plastered 26 points on the board to Etna’s 11. Xavia Martinez led the charge with eight points in the period, while Austin Robbins added six and Angel Nicholas contributed five for Weed. (more…)

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

Tycen Birch

The Golden Rush Espresso Yreka Miners Boys Basketball Player of the Week is Tycen Birch.

“Tycen played well by energizing his teammates with his ‘never give up’ effort! ” said Coach Louis Sanchez.

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

Thanks Golden Rush!

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Etna girls down Cougars

Cailey Rizzardo brings the ball up the court for Etna.

Cailey Rizzardo brings the ball up the court for Etna.

Photos by Violet Carter

InStorySRP copyThe Etna Lions held the Weed Cougars to just eight points in the first half, on the way to a 47-22 win.

The visitors jumped out to a 10-4 lead at the end of the first quarter of Tuesday’s game, and then exploded for 20 points in the second stanza. The Lions had a 30-8 halftime advantage.

Weed matched Etna in the third quarter, with each team scoring six points, making the score 36-14 heading into the final frame. Etna got the better of the fourth period 11-8.

All nine Etna players scored. Caitlin Bennett led the way with nine points. Bre Buker and Haliday Hubbard each put up eight points.

Christine Bangert was high-point for Weed with seven. (more…)

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Miner Perk Yreka Girls Soccer Player of the Week: Hatch

Neina Hatch

The Miner Perk Yreka Girls Soccer Player of the Week is Neina Hatch.

“I put her in several different positions in our game against U-Prep. She had outstanding defense and a great game,” said Coach Brian Cowley

Congratulations Neina. Enjoy your gift card from the Miner Perk.

Thanks Miner Perk

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Jackson Street sweeps Yreka Invite

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The Jackson Street School Rams swept the Yreka Invitational last weekend.

Eighth grade results

54-23 v Sisson: B.Chapman 13p
47-20 v Scott Valley: B.Chapman 13p, 9r, 5s
36-4 v Butteville: T.West 12p

Seventh grade results

47-21 v Grenada: Q.Yates 20p, 8r, 5s
46-17 v Butteville: A.Miller 12p, 13r; J. Johnson 10p, 11r
47-39 v Sisson: Q.Yates 26p
41-18 v Scott Valley

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Subway COS Lady Eagles Basketball Player of the Week: Michelon

COS Player Womens Basketball Michelon

Coach Tom Power’s pick for the Subway COS Lady Eagles Basketball Player of the Week is Rachel Michelon.

Michelon dropped 11 points on Butte last week.

Congratulations Rachel. Coach has your certificate for Subway.

Thanks Subway!

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Yreka v West Valley frosh boys photos

Click image for slide show.

Click image for slide show.

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A few photos from the Yreka v West Valley freshman game in Yreka on Tuesday, February 13, 2018. West Valley won the contest 55-52.

Sorry there aren’t more photos. Wasn’t feeling well and left at halftime.

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Subway COS Eagles Men’s Basketball Players of the Week: Lopez & Anderson

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The Subway COS Eagles Men’s Basketball Players of the Week are Jonny Lopez and Tyler Anderson.

Lopez and Anderson combined for eleven 3-balls against Butte last week.

Congratulations Jonny and Tyler. Coach has your certificates for Subway.

Thanks Subway!

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Independent Livestock Exhibitor packets available online

Packets and record book forms for junior livestock exhibitors showing as independents at the 2018 Siskiyou Golden Fair, are online and ready to download from the fair website: www.sisqfair.com.

An Independent Exhibitor is someone who does not show livestock through an organization like 4-H, FFA or Grange. Independent exhibitors are required to attend meetings, perform one community service, and maintain a record book regarding their livestock project. The Independent Livestock Exhibitor packet is only required for market animal projects that wish to sell in the Junior Livestock Auction.

All Independent Exhibitors must attend three Junior Livestock Auction Committee meetings accompanied by an adult. 4-H Clubs, FFA Chapters and Grange members must also have a representative and adult at three meetings. Meetings are held on the 3rd Tuesday of each month (February, May, June and July) in Winema Hall at the fairgrounds. Exhibitors who do not attend three meetings will be required to pay 12% commission instead of the standard 6% commission from the JLAC auction proceeds for their project.

For more information, contact the fair office at 842-2767 or info@sisqfair.com. “Pioneer Days To Modern Ways” the 2017 Siskiyou Golden Fair will run August 9-13 in Yreka.

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

SR Builders Mattson

Coach Carissa Bussard’s pick for the Scott River Builders Happy Camp Indians Girls Basketball Player of the Week is Mariah Mattson.

Mattson, “has developed into a more mature team player as the season has progressed. While her individual stats have gone down, her assists and team goals have increased,” said Bussard. “She was a great player in our win over Big Valley. Her natural skills, and growing team leadership will help her go far in the future.”

Congratulations Mariah. Mrs. Mitchell has your gift certificate.

Thanks Scott River Builders!

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