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Lady Eagles mangle Mission

The College of the Siskiyous women’s basketball team finished 2016 with a 114-76 win over the Mission Saints, on Friday.
Ninth-ranked in the North Region, the Saints (9-8) not only kept up with the number-three Eagles in the first quarter, but led 26-25 heading into the second period.
Mission extended its lead a bit early in the… Read more »

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Doc Swenson’s Quick Clips: COS v Lane men’s B-ball

A couple of clips of Justin Gaines doing work in the paint, during the Eagles 96-74 loss to Lane on Friday, December 30, 2016.
Daylon Blakely led COS with 25 points. Jonathan Lopez had 12, and Brandon Dozier put up 10 points.
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Doc Swenson’s Quick Clips: COS v Mission women’s B-ball

Video clips from the COS Eagles women’s 114-76 win over Mission on Friday, December 30, 2016.
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Eagles v Riverhawks men’s B-ball photos

The College of the Siskiyous Eagles men’s basketball squad fell to the Umpqua Riverhawks on Wednesday, 75-55. Deontrey Fuller led Siskiyous with 14 points.
The Eagles will face Sac City on Thursday at 1:00 pm, and finish off the 2016 Siskiyous Classic against Lane at 2:00 pm on Friday.
Sac City downed Butte 90-69 on Wednesday. Lane… Read more »

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2016 Siskiyous Classic men’s basketball is underway

The Siskiyous Classic starts Wednesday at the College of the Siskiyous in Weed and continues on Thursday and Friday. The Classic features mens basketball squads from Oregon and Northern California.
Also, the COS women will play Mission at 4:00 pm on Friday, following the COS men’s game against Lane.
Wednesday
Shasta 89 – Lane 93
Butte 69 – Sac… Read more »

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Subway COS Lady Eagles Basketball Player of the Week: Derner

Coach Tom Powers’ pick for the Subway COS Lady Eagles Basketball Player of the Week is Beth Derner.
“Derner played her best tournament of the year so far. She came up big in the semifinals, scoring a career high 20 points to help us to a 96-90 win. Then, she chipped in 12 points in the… Read more »

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

Coach Tom Powers’ pick for the Subway COS Lady Eagles Basketball Player of the Week is Hannah Thompson.
Thompson was the MVP of the Santa Rosa Tourney and averaged 20.7 points.
Congratulations Hannah. Coach has your certificate for Subway.
Thanks Subway!
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Eagles women win Santa Rosa tournament

The College of the Siskiyous Eagles women’s basketball squad came into the week ranked #3 in the North Region and #8 in the state. And, guess what? The Eagles are legit.
Siskiyous has notched seven wins in the last 10 days, including the title tilt of the Comet Classic last Sunday, where they beat Fresno 80-71…. Read more »

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Subway COS Lady Eagles Basketball Player of the Week: Schmitt

Coach Tom Powers’ pick for the Subway COS Lady Eagles Basketball Player of the Week is Gabbi Schmitt.
Schmitt, “sprained her ankle in last Monday’s practice, and the coaches thought she was out for the weekend. She was only able to play a few minutes in the first two games, but in the championship game she… Read more »

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Subway COS Eagles Mens Basketball Player of the Week: Blakely

The Subway COS Eagles Men’s Basketball Player of the Week is Daylon Blakely.
Blakely averaged 10 points and five boards per game at the Cosumnes River Tourney.
Congratulations Daylon. Coach has your certificate for Subway.
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COS Holiday Craft Fair is this Saturday

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COS Welding Department has much to offer

Anything made of metal, no matter how big or small, can be welded. Examples are everywhere, from vehicles to ships, aircraft, rockets and more. Construction is a huge market and buildings, bridges and highways would be impossible to build without welding, as would oil and natural-gas pipelines, giant wind turbines and solar panels. Welders help… Read more »

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Subway COS Lady Eagles Basketball Player of the Week: Melissa Dailey

Coach Tom Powers’ pick for the Subway COS Lady Eagles Basketball Player of the Week is Melissa Dailey.
Dailey, “was able to carry the team with 41 points in the 102-99 overtime victory (against Chabot),” said Powers.
Congratulations Melissa. Your certificate for Subway will arrive soon.
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Subway COS Eagles Men’s Basketball Player of the Week: Fuller

The Subway COS Eagles Men’s Basketball Player of the Week is Deontrey Fuller.
Fuller averaged 10 points and six rebounds per game at the Shasta Tourney.
Congratulations Deontrey. You have a certificate for Subway coming your way soon.
Thanks Subway!
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Siskiyous XC completes season at state finals

The College of the Siskiyous Eagles cross country team finished out its season at the CCCAA California Community College State Cross Country Championships on Saturday, at Woodward Park in Fresno.
For the men, Tim Rose (21:40) was 71st out of 206 runners, and Miguel Diaz de Leon (22:35) finished 147th.
“They both ran really hard. This was… Read more »

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North State Giving Tuesday is supporting students

In January 2016, the COS Foundation along with the College of the Siskiyous developed a new scholarship called the “Siskiyou Promise” for graduates of Siskiyou and Modoc County high schools. The Siskiyou Promise Scholarship is offered to every Siskiyou County and Modoc County high school graduate who enrolls at COS the fall semester immediately following… Read more »

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Lady Eagles crush American River 88-58

The College of the Siskiyous Lady Eagles finished out a stretch of three games in four days, with a 88-58 win over the visiting American River Beavers on Saturday. The Eagles won an overtime game against Chabot, 102-99, on Friday night at home. On Wednesday, Siskiyous notched a road win over San Jose 96-68.
The slide… Read more »

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