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Subway COS Eagles Football Players of the Week: Syverson & Murphy 2X

The Subway COS Eagles Football Players of the Week for the game against Sierra are Jason Syverson and Kendrick Murphy.
Syverson had 10 tackles, 2 tackles for a loss and a sack. “He is really playing well this time a year, said COS Coach Charlie Roche.
Murphy pulled in 3 Receptions for 109 yards and a TD…. Read more »

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Subway COS Eagles Football Players of the Week: Holland, Syverson and Kretschman

John Holland and Jason Syverson are Defensive Co-players of the Week for COS’ win over Feather River. Holland had seven tackles and “played extremely well;” Syverson recorded two sacks and three tackles for a loss and “played extremely hard,” according to Coach Charlie Roche.
The Offensive Player of the Week is Tyler Kretschman, who was 10/17… Read more »

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Lady Eagles fly past Saints

The College of the Siskiyous Lady Eagles hosted the Mission College Saints to open up the 2014-15 basketball season on Sunday. After a bit of a sluggish start, the Eagles found their rhythm and turned a close contest into a 105-72 rout.
COS was first on the board and led 4-0, but the Saints came back… Read more »

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Subway COS Eagles Football Players of the Week: Holland & Floyd

The Subway COS Eagles Football Players of the Week for the game against Sac City are John Holland and Zach Floyd.
On defense, “Holland played multiple positions and did his job all day,” said COS Coach Charlie Roche.
Floyd led the Eagles in rushing with 93 yards.
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Pepsi Lady Eagles Volleyball Player of the Week: Tally

The Pepsi of Mt. Shasta Lady Eagles Volleyball Player of the Week is Delanie Tally.
Delanie, “has been consistent, dependable and a great team leader all year. She was all of those in our win over Shasta,” said Coach Tom Powers.
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COS Foundation receives $40,000 bequest to support students

The College of the Siskiyous Foundation is pleased to announce a bequest of $40,000 was received earlier this summer from the estate of Leah Coplan, former resident of Lake Shastina, who passed away in March 2013.
Coplan believed in the importance of education, and served as a member of the COS Foundation Board of Directors from… Read more »

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

The Subway COS Eagles Football Players of the Week for the game against American River are Anthony Ocasio and Connor Schrader.
Ocasio had a pick-six, nine tackles and a sack.
Schrader carried eight times, running for 109 yards and a TD (80 yards).
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Pepsi Lady Eagles Volleyball Player of the Week: Johnson 2X

The Pepsi of Mt. Shasta Lady Eagles Volleyball Player of the Week is Casie Johnson.
“Against Feather River she was our go to player and delivered all night long. They had no answer for her,” said Coach Tom Powers.
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Eagles put a scare into top-ranked Beavers

Coming into the game at 3-2, it’s unlikely that very many people outside of the College of the Siskiyous family gave the Eagles a fighting chance against the top-ranked American River College Beavers on Saturday. However, the naysayers nearly ate crow, when the Eagles came within a play or two of pulling off a major… Read more »

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Pepsi Lady Eagles Volleyball Player of the Week: Martin

The Pepsi of Mt. Shasta Lady Eagles Volleyball Player of the Week is Maryssa Martin.
“With our starting libero and outside hitter out for the game, Maryssa took over the libero position in the second game and controlled the back row with her passing, helping us to win over Redwoods,” said Coach Tom Powers.
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Musical Triple Hitter for free! Don’t miss it October 18 at the COS Theater

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What do you get when you mix the strong musical legacy of the College of the Siskiyous Music Department, a talented student body, and an energetic new Conductor? Come and see for yourself on Friday, October 18 at 7:00 pm, in the Ford Theatre on the COS Campus.
Ron Slabbinck assumed the role of Music… Read more »

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Subway COS Eagles Football Players of the Week: D-Line & O-Line

The Subway COS Eagles Football Players of the Week for the game against Sequoias are the Defensive Line and Offensive Line.
The Defensive Line recorded 9 sacks and 11 overall tackles for a loss.
The Offensive Line paved the way for 379 yards and 4 rushing touchdowns
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Eagles volleyball notches win over Redwoods

The College of the Siskiyous Eagles volleyball squad notched a 3-1 win over the invading Redwoods Corsairs (0-2, 2-6) on Friday afternoon.
The Eagles took the first set 25-16, but dropped set-two 25-17. COS rebounded to take the third and fourth sets 25-14 and 25-20.
Casie Johnson led the Eagles with 11 kills. Ashley Ensminger registered nine… Read more »

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Pepsi Lady Eagles Volleyball Player of the Week: Schnack

The Pepsi of Mt. Shasta Lady Eagles Volleyball Player of the Week is Marielle Schnack.
“Marielle was all tournament at Solano and has been improving every week,” said Coach Tom Powers.
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Subway COS Eagles Football Players of the Week: Frazier & Floyd

The Subway COS Eagles Football Players of the Week for the game against Foothill are Marcell Frazier and Zach Floyd.
Marcell Frazier (DE) had two sacks, five QB hits, and “Hustled all day chasing their QB,” according to COS coach Charlie Roche.
Zach Floyd (RB) ran for 154 yards on 25 carries.
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COS Speaker Series begins with “Trek to the Base Camp of Mount Everest”

The 2014-2015 COS Speaker Series will celebrate its fifth season with a presentation entitled “Trek to the Base Camp of Mount Everest.” Join us as Bruce Johnston narrates a slide show of his three-week trek to the Base Camp of Mount Everest in Nepal. The presentation documents his 120-mile trek to “Rooftop of the World” and… Read more »

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Eagles’ defense stuffs Owls

The College of the Siskiyous defense stuffed the Foothill Owls on Saturday at Herschel Meredith Stadium, helping the Eagles to a 14-9 win.
COS dominated the Owls’ run game, pushing them back for a negative 22 yards. Foothills’ top ground gainer had just seven yards. The Eagles also recorded four sacks, accounting for a loss of… Read more »

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