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Registration open for Design Class at COS

Eloise Larson will be teaching Design 1 (ART 1002-01 / #3002) and Design 2 (ART 1003-01 / #3003) at COS beginning January 12, 2015. Larson is a master artist who has lived and taught in Siskiyou County since 2004.
This course will focus on the use of the elements of design (line, shape, value, texture, color… Read more »

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Community Fitness Workout: Fitness for Fun this spring at COS

Come join fitness enthusiast Mike Read for a motivating community exercise experience sure to shape you up. This is an inexpensive group exercise merging weight circuit training, aerobic workouts, and delusions of 6-pack abs.
Read’s class involves some moderate challenges, lots of fun, great music and interaction between like-minded fitness junkies of all ages. Community Fitness… Read more »

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Pepsi Lady Eagles Basketball Player of the Week: Neel

The Pepsi of Mt. Shasta Lady Eagles Basketball Player of the Week is Jillian Neel.
“Jill helped us sweep our three-game road trip by playing well at both ends of the floor. In our final game, against San Mateo, she had 9 points, 11 defensive rebounds and 10 assists,” said Coach Tom Powers.
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Subway Eagles B-Ball Player of the Week: Johnson

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Pepsi Lady Eagles Basketball Player of the Week: Morris

The Pepsi of Mt. Shasta Lady Eagles Basketball Player of the Week is Megan Morris.
Megan’s, “defense keeps us in every game,” said Coach Tom Powers.
Morris was all-tourney at the Contra Costa Comet Classic.
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Subway Eagles B-Ball Player of the Week: Church

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Eagles place nine on NorCal All-conference team

The College of the Siskiyous Eagles football team had nine players selected for the NorCal All-conference team, as well as six players receiving honorabe mention.
First Team Offense
RB Zack Floyd
TE Griffin Mclain
OL Hudson Kennedy
WR Kendrick Murphy
First Team Defense
DL Marcell Frazier
DL Jason Syverson
LB Anthony Ocasio
DB John Holland
DB Dakar Sweet
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Pepsi Lady Eagles Basketball Player of the Week: Anderson

The Pepsi of Mt. Shasta Lady Eagles Basketball Player of the Week is Elisha Anderson.
Elisha, “has improved tremendously since last year on the post. She scored nine points, had six boards and took a charge against American River,” said Coach Tom Powers.
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Lady Eagles defeat Chabot in final seconds

In a battle of undefeated teams, the College of the Siskiyous Lady Eagles defeated the Chabot Gladiators, 80-79 on Tuesday night. The Eagles were dominate at times and at other points seemed to struggle a bit. The Gladiators arrived with only five players able to play, and were down to four players a couple of… Read more »

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Subway COS Eagles Football Players of the Week: Stabler & Murphy

The Subway COS Eagles Football Players of the Week for the North State Bowl game against Shasta are Kerry Stabler and Kendrick Murphy.
Defensive Back Kerry Stabler, “had a blocked punt for a TD and several big hits in the game,” said COS Coach Charlie Roche. Stabler was selected as the Defensive Player of the Game… Read more »

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Eagles hold off Shasta to win North State Bowl 35-27

Winning ugly is far better than losing pretty, just ask the College of the Siskiyous Eagles. COS hosted the Shasta Knights in the North State Bowl on Saturday. If nothing else, the game highlighted the difference between the big dogs in the National Division and the teams in the American Division of Northern California Community… Read more »

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Lady Eagles go to 4-0 with win over American River

Photos by Howard Albecker
The College of the Siskiyous Eagles women’s basketball team defeated the 0-3 American River Beavers 92-54 on Friday night in Weed. The Eagles turned in another dominating performance, leading 51-21 at the half.
Eagle Casie Johnosn led all scorers with 14 points, 12 in the first half. She was 6/6 from the free… Read more »

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Pepsi Lady Eagles Basketball Player of the Week: Parker

The Pepsi of Mt. Shasta Lady Eagles Basketball Player of the Week is Maryann Parker.
Maryann started against Mendocino, “due to Casie Johnson being injured, and the sophomore forward came in and played excellent on both ends of the floor,” said Coach Tom Powers.
Parker led the team in rebounds with 9, and also put up 9… Read more »

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Subway COS Eagles Football Players of the Week: Ocasio & Kretschman

The Subway COS Eagles Football Players of the Week for the game against Butte are Anthony Ocasio and Tyler Kretschman.
Linebacker Anthony Ocasio had 11 tackles, including three tackles for a loss. “Played very tough!” said COS Coach Charlie Roche.
Quarterback Tyler Kretschman led the team on the final drive for the game-winning TD. Kretschman ran for… Read more »

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Eagles upset #4 Butte, will host bowl game

Going into Saturday’s game at fourth-ranked Butte College, the Eagles had no chance for a conference championship, and a bowl game probably wasn’t going to happen. At 2-2 in the NorCal Conference and 5-4 overall, COS was just looking for an upset to finish with a winning season. When the dust settled, the Eagles had pulled… Read more »

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Registration for American Sign Language Classes is open at COS

This spring College of the Siskiyous will offer two, three-unit, American Sign Language classes, Beginning (ASL 1020-01 / #3133), taught by Michele Rose. This is an excellent opportunity for those desiring skills in communicating with hearing impaired family members or friends as well as for emergency first responders, health care professionals, and public service workers…. Read more »

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Weird Science: aliens, ghosts, chemtrails, and alternative medicine, oh my!

Each day you are confronted with many claims. For example you may have been told the position of the planets at the time of your birth will influence your future. A certain treatment will cure your illness and/or balance your energies. Your specific beliefs in a creator will determination whether you spend the hereafter in… Read more »

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