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Subway COS Eagles Baseball Players of the Week: Schmoker & Hamilton-Golis

Coach Nick Thielman’s choices for the Subway COS Eagles Baseball Players of the Week are Catcher Dylan Schmoker and Pitcher Akoni Hamilton-Golis.
Schmoker went 6/10 at the plate in the Butte series, and also threw out five of six base thieves.
Hamilton-Golis threw a complete game against Butte on Friday, and has been outstanding on the mound… Read more »

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Turner wins Hurdles at Chico Twilight meet, plus other results and photos

Photos by Janine Turner
Chico Wildcat Jena Turner won both the 100m Hurdles (15.01) and the 400m Hurdles (1:02.68) last weekend at the Chico State Distance Carnival & Twilight meet. She was also part of the Wildcat’s 4x400m Relay Team that finished 2nd (3:59.33).
Running for the Yreka Miners in high school, Turner won the Northern Section… Read more »

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Subway COS Eagles Baseball Players of the Week: Washington & Bell

Coach Nick Thielman’s choices for the Subway COS Eagles Baseball Players of the Week are Roderico Washington and Devin Bell.
Washington pitched 3 2/3 innings of no-hit baseball in Friday’s win against Shasta College to pick up his 1st save of the season.
Bell went 2/2 with 5 RBIs in Saturday’s 14-7 win over Shasta College.
Congratulations Rico… Read more »

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Subway COS Eagles Softball Player of the Week: Waymire 2X

Waymire went 6/16 with a pair of doubles and 3 RBIs in four games last week.
She also, “made some outstanding defensive plays at 3rd,” said Coach John Cox.
Congratulations Maggie. Coach has your certificate for Subway.
Thanks Subway!
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2016 Lady Eagle Softball Camp is this Sunday

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Sandhagen & Newman win Javelin and Bryan wins Hurdles, as Eagles track shows well at Chabot,

The College of the Siskiyous Track and Field team is starting to roll, and Coach Les Courtemanche is pleased and excited about the many athletes that are highly ranked in NorCal and in the Golden Valley Conference.
“The team is gearing up for a solid finish to the 2016 season. They have been working very hard,… Read more »

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ARC Invite photos by Janine Turner, with a few results

The American River College Invitational was held last weekend in Sacramento. Along with College of the Siskiyous athletes, several athletes that attended Siskiyou County high schools competed for other college teams.
Some of the better performances
Yreka HS grad Jena Turner was part of Chico state’s first place 4×400 relay team (3:58.67) and was 11th in the… Read more »

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Subway COS Eagles Baseball Players of the Week: Smith & Schmoker

Coach Nick Thielman’s choices for the Subway COS Eagles Baseball Players of the Week are Alex Smith and Dylan Schmoker.
Smith pitched 3 2/3 innings of relief in the win over Lassen College to pick up his 2nd save of the year.
Schmoker went 5/9 at the plate with two doubles in the series. Defensively, he threw… Read more »

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Subway COS Eagles Softball Player of the Week: Waymire

Waymire went 8/13 with a double, triple and 10 RBIs in a pair of doubleheaders against Shasta and Redwoods.
Congratulations Maggie. Coach has your certificate for Subway.
Thanks Subway!
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Eagles baseball swept by Feather River

The College of the Siskiyous Eagles were swept by Feather River College last week. The Eagles fell 12-4 on Thursday, and then lost 4-1 and 10-0 in Friday’s doubleheader.
While the bookends of the three-game series in Weed were dominated by Feather River, the Eagles had a good shot at taking the middle game. However, despite… Read more »

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Lady Eagles split with Lassen, still lead GVC

The College of the Siskiyous Eagles softball split with the Lassen Cougars on Wednesday in Weed. Kaly Alik crushed a grand slam and Kendall Moser struck out six batters to help the Eagles take the first game in five innings, 9-1.
In a surprise to no one, Lassen’s coach was tossed in the first inning of… Read more »

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Doc Swenson’s Quick Clips: COS v Lassen Softball

Three softball highlights from the COS Eagles 9-1 game-one win over Lassen in Weed on Wednesday, March 23, 2016.
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Full-year of community college free with Siskiyou Promise

As higher education costs continue to increase, College of the Siskiyous is looking for ways to remove financial barriers. At their monthly meeting in March, the COS Board of Trustees approved a resolution supporting America’s College Promise Act, California’s College Promise, and took action to create the Siskiyou Promise Scholarship Award: Tuition-Free Community College for… Read more »

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Subway COS Lady Eagle Basketball Player of the Week: Thompson

Hannah had been, “slowed down the last eight games of league with a pulled hamstring, but came out and scored 33 points (six 3s) and had six rebounds (against Mission) to help us advance to the third round of the state playoffs,” said Coach Tom Powers.
Congratulations Hannah. Coach has your certificate for Subway.
Thanks Subway!
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Doc Swenson’s Quick Clips: COS v Mission North Region Playoffs RD-2

Clips from the end of the #8 COS Eagles 96-91 win over the #9 Mission Saints in a North Region basketball playoff second round game, on Friday, February 26, 2016 in Weed.
Apologies to Aubrie Wall, who put up the 94th and 95th points for COS at the free throw line. Not sure what happened, but… Read more »

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Lady Eagles defeat Mission in score-fest, advance to round-three

What happens when you match up the state’s two top scoring women’s basketball teams in a NorCal Region playoff game? Points…lots of points. The College of the Siskiyous Eagles (26-1) average 95.2 points per game. The Eagles scored 96. The Mission College Saints (22-8) average 89.5 ppg. The Saints scored 91. That’s 187 points combined… Read more »

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Eagle Melissa Dailey named to All-State team

College of the Siskiyous freshman guard Melissa Dailey has been named first-team All State by the CCCAA.
Dailey, who attended Centennial High in Portland before coming to COS, led the state in assists per game at 6.6, and was 2nd in the state in points per game with 25.9. She shot 51.4 percent from the field… Read more »

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