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Eagles devoured by Cougars

The College of the Siskiyous Eagles put up a fight, but couldn’t repel the Lassen Cougar attack on Wednesday night in Weed, losing 89-74.
Lassen, the number-nine team in the North Region, jumped out to a 14-4 lead in the first quarter. It appeared the rout was on. However, that’s when the Eagles responded.
Jarrett Artale dropped… Read more »

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Lady Eagles flatten Lassen

The visiting Lassen Cougars gave the College of the Siskiyous Lady Eagles a game on Wednesday night…for about five minutes. Early in the contest, Lassen held a 7-6 lead. By around the middle of the first half, COS enjoyed a double-digit advantage. The Eagles led by 17 points at the intermission, 49-32, and cruised to… Read more »

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Moore and Johnson have jerseys retired

Former College of the Siskiyous Eagle basketball standout Lavar Moore had his jersey retired between the women’s and men’s games against Lassen on Wednesday night. Also, having her jersey retired was current Lady Eagle sophomore Casie Johnson.
During the ceremony women’s coach Tom Powers said that having a freshman earn all-state honors doesn’t happen very often,… Read more »

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Pepsi Lady Eagles Basketball Player of the Week: Neel 2X

The Pepsi of Mt. Shasta Lady Eagles Basketball Player of the Week is Jillian Neel.
Jill, “had 15 first half points to help us jump out to a big 45-20 lead at half (against Shasta),” said Coach Tom Powers.
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COS Advanced EMT class starts at the end of January

College of the Siskiyous will offer a late-starting Advanced Emergency Medical Technician (AEMT) class beginning January 31. This class will meet on Saturdays from 8:30 am to 5:30 pm, and on Monday evenings from 5:30 to 10:00 pm. The classes will be held in the Weed Campus Emergency Services Training Center, room 8-113. Amy Stacher… Read more »

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Second online section of Medical Terminology added to COS spring schedule due to high demand

Due to high demand, College of the Siskiyous has added a second online section of Medical Terminology (NURS 1045-02 / #3472 / 3 units) to the spring 2015 schedule.The new section of Medical Terminology will begin Monday, February 9. Jessica Harmse, RN, BSN is the instructor.
Medical Terminology introduces the student to the fundamentals of medical… Read more »

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Pepsi Lady Eagles Basketball Player of the Week: Johnson 2X

The Pepsi of Mt. Shasta Lady Eagles Basketball Player of the Week is Casie Johnson.
“Despite foul trouble in the first half, (Casie) came through with 22 points and shot 9/9 from the free throw line in our win on the road v Feather River,” said Coach Tom Powers.
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Subway Eagles B-Ball Player of the Week: Benton-Ferguson

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Chapman will be a Raider

Former Mt. Shasta High School track and football standout Eli Chapman has signed with the Southern Oregon University Raiders as a track athlete.
Chapman won the NSCIF 100m and 200 championships last spring, running for Mt. Shasta. Last fall,  he was a red shirt freshman on the College of the Siskiyous Eagles football team.
Chapman will be… Read more »

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Pepsi Lady Eagles Basketball Player of the Week: Johnson

The Pepsi of Mt. Shasta Lady Eagles Basketball Player of the Week is Casie Johnson.
“Casie always plays great against the best teams. (She) was unstoppable underneath,” said Coach Tom Powers.
Johnson put up 22 points and pulled down 8 rebounds against Fresno last Sunday.
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Eagle women nearly perfect from the line in win over Fresno

If you’ve ever wondered if free throws matter, the College of the Siskiyous Lady Eagles win over the Fresno Rams on Sunday should provide ample evidence that freebies win games. Fresno shot a respectable 15/22. The Eagles shot a fantastic 15/16 from the line. COS won the game 74-67–a seven point difference that just happens… Read more »

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Eagles fall to River Hawks

The College of the Siskiyous Eagles men’ basketball team fell to the Umpqua River Hawks, 67-63, on Monday night at the Siskiyous Classic.
COS went up 3-0 to start the game on a freebie by Jerome Lane and a hoop from Jahmil Johnson. After Umpqua tied it, a 3-ball from Johnson put the Eagles back up… Read more »

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Pepsi Lady Eagles Basketball Player of the Week: Strong

The Pepsi of Mt. Shasta Lady Eagles Basketball Player of the Week is Lydia Strong.
“Lydia was MVP of the Monterey Tournament. She played an all around game in all three contests. She scored 17 in the championship game,” said Coach Tom Powers.
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COS adds late-start online Elementary Spanish class due to high demand

Due to popular demand, a second online Elementary Spanish I class will be offered beginning in February. Taught by long-time instructor, Roberto Mazariegos, Elementary Spanish I is the beginning study and practice in oral communication, writing and reading Spanish with an introduction to basic grammatical elements and Hispanic culture. Students enrolling in online classes must… Read more »

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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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