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COS Eagle Kacey Cain voted 1st team All-State

Former Mt. Shasta Bears standout Kacey Cain was selected California All-State 1st Team, on Monday. Coach Tom Powers asked that the selection stay a secret until he had a chance to tell Cain personally about her award at Tuesday’s practice.
That, of course, makes her the Subway College of the Siskiyous Lady Eagle Player of the… Read more »

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Subway COS Eagles Baseball Player of the Week: Demello

Coach Nick Thielman’s pick for the Subway COS Eagles Baseball Player of the Week is Blaine Demello.
“Blaine has been great for us out of the lead-off spot. Currently, he is leading the GVC in batting average (.541),” said Thielman. “Defensively, he hasn’t made an error, and has been responsible for four double plays.”
Demello went 6/13… Read more »

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Siskiyous’ Cain is GVC MVP, Laffoon and Derner All-Conference

The Golden Valley Conference announced its women’s all-conference basketball selections on Monday. The list of awards and stats for College of the Siskiyous players are below each photo. Interestingly, all three of the Eagles’ all-conference players came from small schools.
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Subway COS Lady Eagles Basketball Player of the Week: 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.
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Subway COS Eagles Men’s Basketball Players of the Week: Lopez & Anderson

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.
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Local football players sign with Eagles

Several local high school football players signed to play for the College of the Siskiyous Eagles on Wednesday.
Mt Shasta High School
#4 Myles DeLeon (LB) 6’1” 195lbs
Weed High School
#54 Devyn Ayala (OL/DL) 6’3” 272lbs
#77 Chris Brigham (DL) 5’10” 230lbs
#22 Bil Bedzyk (OLB) 5’9” 180lbs
#44 TJ Virasonh (FB/LB) 6’2” 225lbs
Yreka High School
#4 Blake Shepard (RB) 5’10” 210lbs
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Eagles football players fly on to four-year schools

Some of the College of the Siskiyous Eagles that signed with four-year universities on National Signing Day.

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Subway COS Eagles Men’s Basketball Player of the Week: McClendon 2X

The Subway COS Eagles Men’s Basketball Player of the Week is Dwayne McClendon.
McClendon averaged 26.5 points and 6.5 rebounds last week..
Congratulations Dwayne. Your certificate for Subway will arrive soon.
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Subway COS Lady Eagles Basketball Player of the Week: Hayden-Criss

Coach Tom Power’s pick for the Subway COS Lady Eagles Basketball Player of the Week is Kenzie Hayden-Criss.
Hayden-Criss, “has been our toughest defender all season. In the past two games, she has stepped in to take five charges and inspire our team,” said Powers.
Congratulations Kenzie. Coach has your certificate for Subway.
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Subway COS Eagles Men’s Basketball Player of the Week: Gaines

Coach Kyle Heath’s pick for the Subway COS Eagles Men’s Basketball Player of the Week is Justin Gaines.
Gaines dropped in 24 points against Shasta last week.
Congratulations Justin. Coach has your certificate for Subway.
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Subway COS Lady Eagles Basketball Player of the Week: O’Connor

Coach Tom Power’s pick for the Subway COS Lady Eagles Basketball Player of the Week is Arianna O’Connor.
O’Connor, “came in the last minute of the game, and made two big free throws to seal the win over Shasta,” said Powers.
Congratulations Ari. Coach has your certificate for Subway.
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Subway COS Lady Eagles Basketball Player of the Week: Laffoon 2X

Coach Tom Power’s pick for the Subway COS Lady Eagles Basketball Player of the Week is Nichelle Laffoon.
Laffoon had 14 points and 12 rebounds against Lassen last week Wednesday, and 23 points and seven boards against Butte last Saturday.
Congratulations Nichelle. Coach has your certificate for Subway.
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Subway COS Eagles Men’s Basketball Player of the Week: Anderson

Coach Kyle Heath’s pick for the Subway COS Eagles Men’s Basketball Player of the Week is Tyler Anderson.
Anderson averaged 11.5 points, five rebounds and three steals per game last week.
Congratulations Tyler. Coach has your certificate for Subway.
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Subway COS Eagles Men’s Basketball Player of the Week: Velazquez

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.
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Subway COS Lady Eagles Basketball Player of the Week: Derner 2X

Coach Tom Power’s pick for the Subway COS Lady Eagles Basketball Player of the Week is Beth Derner.
Derner, “came up big in the Redwoods game Saturday night, as she scored 36 points. That was Beth’s highest scoring game in her college career,” said Powers.
Congratulations Beth. Coach has your certificate for Subway.
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Doc Swenson’s Quick Clips: COS v Redwoods basketball

Video highlights from College of the Siskiyous sweep of Redwoods on Saturday, January 13, 2018. The Eagles won the men’s game 91-80, and the women were victorious 88-79.
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Eagle women defeat Corsairs

The College of the Siskiyous women trailed after the first quarter, but rebounded to defeat the College of the Redwoods, 88-79, on Saturday afternoon.
Despite Beth Derner’s 13 points in the first quarter, the Eagle found themselves training the Corsairs 20-17 heading into the second stanza.
Derner continued her hot shooting with thirteen more points in the… Read more »

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