• Etna baseball coach Michael Smith’s choice for the Scott Valley Real Estate Diamond Dominator of the Week is Andrew Stone.

    Stone went 6/10 at the Shasta Bass Tourney last week, with 4 runs scored, 2 RBIs, 3 triples, a double, 3 walks and a pair of swipes. (more…)

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    The Yreka Lady Miners dream of a Northern Athletic League softball championship took a hit on Tuesday, as the Miners lost both games of a doubleheader to the visiting Anderson Cubs.

    The Miners spotted the Cubs four runs in the top of the first inning, helped in large part by defensive lapses.

    Another error led to a run for Anderson in the third inning, making it 5-0.

    The Miners broke the shutout in the bottom of the fifth inning. Megan Hassell led off with an opposite field double and went to third base on a passed ball. Chantell Fraser ripped a single up the middle to plate Hassell, 5-1. Abi Hansen sacrifice bunted Fraser to second base, but Yreka wasn’t able to push across another run.

    Kendall Moser led off the sixth inning with a big fly, making it 5-2. With one out, Mckenzie Pellizzer singled, followed by a hit by Hassell. Again, the Miners were unable to score an additional run. (more…)

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    College of the Siskiyous Track and Field coach Shannon Maas choice for the Ellie’s Espresso & Bakery Athlete of the Week is Jennifer Goacher.

    “Jenny ran a personal best and new school record in the 400 meter dash at the Oregon Relays finishing 4th in her heat with a time of 58.16. She’s currently in a 3-way tie for 4th spot in Nor Cal (top 4 go to state),” said Maas. (more…)

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    The Yreka Miners spotted the Anderson Cubs runs in both games at Hibbard Field on Tuesday, but came back to sweep the double dip.

    Anderson led 2-0 going into the bottom of the second inning of the first game. The Miners tied it up, 2-2, in the home half of the second. Yreka took the lead 7-2 with five runs in the fifth inning. Five more Miner runs in the sixth inning made it a total of 12 unanswered and ended the game via the mercy rule, 12-2.

    The Miners cut it a bit closer in game-two. Anderson put up seven runs in the first three innings and appeared to be on their way to a win. Yreka, however, had slightly different plans.

    The Miners scored a run in the bottom of the third, and then three runs in both the fifth and sixth innings, tying the contest 7-7. (more…)

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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 updated on MaxPreps or haven’t sent SiskiyouYouth.com a schedule.

    To report scores or schedule changes, text or call 530-340-0811. Email: siskiyouyouth@sisqtel.net

    Tuesday, April 22

    Softball

    Yreka 5 – Anderson 8 G-2

    Yreka 4 – Anderson 7 G-1

    Etna 16 – Burney 1 G-2

    Etna 10 – Burney 0 G-1

    Mt. Shasta 5 – Modoc 6 G-2

    Mt. Shasta 8 – Modoc 3 G-1

    Tulelake 1 – Fall River 8

    Baseball

    Yreka 8 – Anderson 7 G-2

    Yreka 12 – Anderson 2 (6) G-1

    Yreka JV 14 – Anderson JV 2 G-2

    Yreka JV 17 – Anderson JV 0 (6) G-1

    Etna 7 – Burney 6 (8) G-2

    Etna 5 – Burney 3 G-1

    Mt. Shasta 3 – Modoc 5 G-2

    Mt. Shasta 12 – Modoc 5 G-1

    Tulelake 1 – Fall River 13

    Thursday, April 24

    Softball

    Dunsmuir @ Princeton, 2:00 pm DBL

    Baseball

    Dunsmuir @ Princeton, 2:00 pm DBL (more…)

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    Yreka baseball coach Jason Freitas’ choice for the Miner Perk Yreka Baseball Player of the Week is Curt Bennett.

    Bennett recorded two wins against Lassen, from April 8 -April 10. He allowed one earned run in nine innings of work. (more…)

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    The Tulelake Honkers girls track team finished second out of eight squads at the Bonanza Twilight track and field meet held at OIT last Friday. The Honker boys were fifth. Lost River won both the girls and boys division.

    Top-five event finishes

    Girls

    Jara Chavolla: 2nd 100m, 2nd, 200m, 2nd Triple Jump, 3rd Long Jump
    Mary Scanlan 4th 100m, 4th Long Jump, 5th 800m
    Ashley Lee: 2nd 400m, 2nd High Jump, 3rd 200m
    Allie Baley: 3rd 400m, 3rd 300m Hurdles
    Emily Adams: 2nd 800m
    Kylee Baley: 3rd 800m
    Alejandra Gonzlalez: 1st 3000m, 2nd 1500m
    Judith Hernandez: 3rd 1500m
    Sabrina Gribble: 4th Shot Put, 4th Triple Jump
    Sierra King: 1st High Jump
    4×400m relay team 2nd (Ashley Lee, Allie Baley, Kylee Baley, Emily Adams)

    Boys

    Hayden Staub: 4th 400m
    Ansoni Hernandez: 1st 800m, 1st 1500m (more…)

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    Article and photo by Bill Pieruccini

    On Saturday April 19, The Siskiyou Heat U-14 team opened up the 2014 ASA travel ball season at Turf Wars in Medford. This was a three-game, one day tournament.

    The Heat lost their first game to the Klamath Basin Bandit Black team. The Heat were held to three hits, with Ashly Cox, Cami Brooks and Marissa Budesilich accounting for one each.

    The Heat then defeated the South Panthers 10-8 behind the pitching of Brooks, who also helped her cause with an in-the-park home run. Ashly Cox went 3/3 in the game.

    In a cold 7:00 pm game, the Heat lost to the Black Tornados. Cox, Bella Powers and Katie White each had a hit for the Heat. (more…)

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    Etna softball coach Harold Bennett’s choice for the Scott River Cabinets Etna Softball Player of the Week is Izzy Duerr.

    Duerr was 3-0 in the circle for the Lady Lions last week (4/7-4/11), allowing only four runs and two walks, while striking out 14 batters. (more…)

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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 updated on MaxPreps or haven’t sent SiskiyouYouth.com a schedule.

    To report scores or schedule changes, text or call 530-340-0811. Email: siskiyouyouth@sisqtel.net

    Saturday, April 19

    Softball

    Trinity 11 – McKinleyville 4

    Baseball

    COS 5 – Lassen 7 G-2

    COS 7 – Lassen 0 G-1

    Friday, April 18

    Softball

    Trinity 10 – Hayfork 9 G-2
    Tess Johnson WP for both games. Bradlee Plotzke 8/10 in doubleheader

    Trinity 11 – Hayfork 2 G-1

    COS 5 – Redwoods 3
    Lady Eagles end conference at 10-10, and 14-25 overall

    COS 4 – Redwoods 2

    Baseball

    Yreka 9 – West Valley 3 @ CV Tourney

    Etna 5 – American Christian 8 @ CV Tourney

    Trinity 7 – Hayfork 0 G-2

    Trinity 12 – Hayfork 2 G-1

    Track

    Tulelake @ Bonanza Twilight (OIT)
    COS @ Oregon Relays (Eugene) (more…)

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    Photos by Richard Allan

    The Yreka Miners went 3-1 at the Shasta Bass Tourney at Big League Dreams.

    The Miners opened the tournament with a 6-3 win over Del Norte on Wednesday. On Thursday, Yreka fell to Lassen, 5-4, and rebounded to crush Colusa 10-0. For those keeping count, the Miners are 4-1 against Lassen this season. The loss snapped a six game win streak over the Grizzlies.

    Yreka defeated West Valley 9-3 on Friday morning to finish out the tourney. (more…)

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    Photos by Richard Allan

    The Etna Lions finished up the Shasta Bass Tournament with an 8-5 loss to the American Christian Academy Eagles on Friday morning at Big League Dreams.

    The Eagles led 1-0 at the end of the first inning. Etna tied it 1-1 in the top of the second inning.

    The Lions put up two runs in the top of the third, for a brief 3-1 lead. American Christian regained the advantage with with three runs in the home half of the inning, 4-3.

    Four runs in the fourth inning gave the Eagles a five run lead, 8-3. Etna rallied for a pair of runs in the sixth, but came up short in its comeback bid, 8-5. (more…)

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    Etna baseball coach Michael Smith’s choice for the Scott Valley Real Estate Diamond Dominator of the Week is Luke Schwall.

    Schwall was a perfect 2/2 at the plate in the second game of Etna’s doubleheader against Weed last week. (more…)

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    The Siskiyou Golden Fair is seeking individuals or groups that would like to showcase some of the many reasons that Siskiyou County is such a great place! If you belong to an organization or are an individual who would like to showcase your abilities at the 2014 Siskiyou Golden Fair, the fair wants you!

    Entry forms are available online at www.sisqfair.com, or in the fair office.

    “This is a great way to show the world how great Siskiyou County is,” stated CEO Cliff Munson. “Our fair is truly a showcase of our history, culture and traditions!” (more…)

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    College of the Siskiyous Track and Field coach Shannon Maas choice for the Ellie’s Espresso & Bakery Athlete of the Week is Kristina Busby.

    “Kristina earned her second ‘athlete of the week’ in 2014 by running 12.30 at the Chico Twilight meet in the 100 meter dash, breaking the 23 year old school of 12.35. She’s scheduled to run at University of Oregon in the 100 this weekend at the Oregon Relays,” said Maas (more…)

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