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    College of the Siskiyous Track and Field coach Shannon Maas choice for the Ellie’s Espresso & Bakery Athlete of the Week is Kristina Busby.

    “Kristina earned her second ‘athlete of the week’ in 2014 by running 12.30 at the Chico Twilight meet in the 100 meter dash, breaking the 23 year old school of 12.35. She’s scheduled to run at University of Oregon in the 100 this weekend at the Oregon Relays,” said Maas (more…)

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    The community is invited to share an evening of poetry with readings from College of the Siskiyous faculty poets. Poem in Your Pocket Night will be held Thursday, April 24 at the COS Weed Campus Library. The doors will open at 6:30 pm for “open mic” signups and readings will begin at 7:00 pm. Faculty members will read their own poetry from 7:00 to 7:30 pm. Faculty members who are participating include: Maria Fernandez, Jacalyn McNamara, and others. A short intermission will follow the faculty poets, with the poetry open mic concluding the event. Readers can read their original work or that of another author. COS students, staff, and community members are all welcome to read poetry and attend this event. (more…)

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    The College of the Siskiyous Natural Resources Program invites the community to attend a free presentation by Dr. Lowell Diller, Ph.D. on Thursday, April 10 at the Weed Campus. The presentation titled “Killing One Owl to Save Another: Should We Be Doing It and Will It Work” will begin at 7:30 pm in the Life Science Building, room 9.

    In September 2013, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (FWS) announced its Record of Decision that authorized the experimental lethal and non-lethal removal of barred owls from four study areas in the Pacific Northwest as a means to benefit threatened northern spotted owls. In this presentation Dr. Diller will report on the feasibility, effectiveness and response of northern spotted owls to a five-year pilot program that has removed more than 80 barred owls from approximately 400,000 acres of timberlands in northern California owned by the Green Diamond Resource Company. (more…)

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    College of the Siskiyous Track and Field coach Shannon Maas choice for the Ellie’s Espresso & Bakery Track & Field Athlete of the Week is Jamika Davis.

    “Jamika broke the school record in the javelin with a throw of 144′ 9″ (44.12meters), besting the previous mark of 140′ 0″ by Ashley Geer in 2008,” said Maas. (more…)

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    The College of the Siskiyous softball team split a doubleheader against the Lassen Cougars on Wednesday in Weed. Lassen took game-one 3-0. COS won the second contest 8-2.

    Lassen scored it’s first run of the opening game in the third inning on a swinging bunt, a sac bunt, and a pair of errors. The Cougars also received plenty of help on their two fourth inning runs. Lassen took advantage of a bloop single, a sac bunt, a passed ball and an error to make the score 3-0.

    The Eagles had a runner in scoring position four times, three times with one out or less. Katelyn Bauman took the loss for COS (7 IP, ER, 5 H, BB, 4 K).

    Game-two was a didn’t-have-to-be marathon. Just a word to the Lassen College profs. Some of the players may be a little tired on Thursday from getting home late. It’s not their fault. The Cougar coach objected to an illegal pitch call in the second inning, and was hit with an “unsportsmanlike” warning from the umpires. Coach decided to protest the game at that time. The game was then delayed for about a week past forever, while the umpires proved that the unsportsmanlike warning was actually in the rule book. Nearly every inning for the rest of the game the Cougar coach had a complaint, some a bit legit, some not. Seriously, is there something in the Susanville water because it sure seems to be a pattern?

    Anyway, on with the game-two action.

    After setting the Cougars down in order, two by strikeout, in the top of the first, COS took a 1-0 lead in the bottom half. Lydia Strong singled with one out. A base hit by Kristin Cox put runners at first and second. Strong found her way home on a single by Sydney Haynes. (more…)

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    Seriously, can it get any better for former College of the Siskiyous softball pitcher Anna Miller? Let’s review: California Junior College Pitcher of the Year in 2012, two final four community college state championship appearances, a scholar athlete, a scholarship to South Carolina Upstate, a perfect game for Upstate in the NCAA tourney last season, four career Division-I no hitters, and named National Player of the Week by the National Fastpitch Coaches Association this season. Miller currently leads the Atlantic Sun Conference in strikeouts (142), and opposition batting average (.145).

    So what could be better? How about going pro?

    Miller was drafted by the PA Rebellion as the 16th pick in the fourth round of the National Pro Fastpitch (NPF) College Draft a few days ago.

    Miller told SiskiyouYouth.com that being drafted is, “Incredible!! I am so excited for this opportunity.” (more…)

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    COS Eagle Joey Cunha scored the only run of the game in the first inning of the Eagles’ 1-0 win over the Butte College Roadrunners on Sunday in Weed.

    Wesley Denzler (3-2) notched the win for COS (9 IP, 6 H, 3 BB, 4 K). Dalton Iveans went 2/4 at the plate. Cunha was 1/2 with a walk and a sacrifice. Brett Doyle went 1/3.

    COS is 6-9 in the Golden Valley Conference and 9-17 overall. (more…)

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    The College of the Siskiyous announces tickets for the Music and Theatre departments presentation of Mel Brooks’ hilarious musical The Producers, based on the hit movie of the same name, opening Friday, April 11 at 7:00 pm in the Kenneth Ford Theater will go on sale April 2. Advance tickets may be purchased from the COS Public Relations office at the Weed Campus or by calling (530) 938-5373.

    “Down-on-his-luck theatrical producer Max Bialystock is forced to romance rich old ladies to finance his efforts. When timid accountant Leo Bloom reviews Max’s accounting books, the two hit upon a way to make a fortune by producing a sure-fire Broadway flop to be their gold mine – Springtime for Hitler (imdb.com).”

    Calling for two hours of singing and dancing musical numbers featuring 19 actors, 16 pit orchestra musicians, 13 sets, and 150 costumes, The Producers is one of COS’ most ambitious productions to date.

    Wendy James, an Emmy award winner who is also a new COS theater instructor makes her Kenneth Ford Theater debut, by directing and designing choreography for this show. James’ theatrical credits include White Christmas (Broadway), Mary Poppins (National Tour), Showboat (London), and the original Broadway and touring company of Sister Act. She’s also taught dance, voice and drama since 1983. (more…)

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     style=Over 60 players from Siskiyou County, including players from Weed, Montague, Gazelle, Dunsmuir, Mt. Shasta, Yreka, and McCloud came out on Sunday, March 23 to enjoy a day of skills training by the players from the College of the Siskiyous baseball team.

    The day was organized by Sportsmen’s Den and led by COS Eagles head coach Billy Hefflinger and assistant coach Nick Thielman. The coaches sat the players down prior to the clinic to introduce each of the Eagles and talk about the benefits of attending a community college such as College of the Siskiyous. The players, ranging in age from 8-13 years participated in over four hours of catching, hitting, pitching, base running, infield, and outfield drills. (more…)

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    Registration for 2014 summer and fall classes at College of the Siskiyous will begin April 28. Early registration is recommended to get the classes you need and want. Students who plan to register should contact the COS Counseling and Support Services department at (530) 938-5353 to schedule an appointment with staff that will provide you with the help you need to successfully complete your academic and career goals.

    COS provides transfer classes to four-year colleges, associate degrees, vocational certificate programs, job skills classes, and courses for personal enrichment and recreation. The College offers many services to students including advising and counseling, two residential lodges, tutoring, financial aid, and an onsite Campus Gift and Book Shop where students may also purchase their books and supplies. (more…)

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    The College of the Siskiyous Eagles softball team split a Golden Valley Conference double header with the Redwood Corsairs on Saturday in Weed. Redwoods took the first game, 7-2, but the Eagles rebounded to win game-two 9-1.

    The squads each put up a run in the opening frame of the first game. The Corsairs took a 2-1 lead in the top of the fourth inning, and then added two runs in the sixth and three more in the seventh for a 7-1 advantage. COS added a run to its total in the bottom of the seventh, 7-2.

    Emily Copeland was 2/2 for the Eagles with an run scored. Kristin Cox went 2/3 with an RBI and a steal. Hannah Crisci drove in a run and went 1/3. Sammy Reed and Mackenzie Matthis each went 1/3. Matthis doubled. Jessica Conrad scored and was 1/4. Katelyn Bauman took the loss (7IP, 4 ER, 6 H, 2 BB, 7 K).

    Redwoods struck first in game-two, but that would be the Corsairs only run, as COS dominated the rest of the way. (more…)

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    College of the Siskiyous Track and Field coach Shannon Maas choice for the Ellie’s Espresso & Bakery Athlete of the Week is Edwin McKinney.

    “Edwin tied for second in the 100 at 10.90 (with teammate Carlton Boozer) and finished 5th in the 200 with a 22.24. Both marks rank him top-20 in Nor Cal and both are season bests,” said Maas. (more…)

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    College of the Siskiyous Track and Field coach Shannon Maas choice for the Ellie’s Espresso & Bakery Athlete of the Week is Alex Henderson.

    “Alex threw the javelin 221′ 1″, breaking our record set by Ron White and it is currently the best throw in the nation, including NCAA division 1. He is leading the state by over 16 feet,” said Maas.

    Henderson’s throw took place at the Yuba 8-Way meet on March 8, 2014. (more…)

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    We fell a week behind on these and there will be another one posted in a day or two.

    College of the Siskiyous Track and Field coach Shannon Maas choice for the Ellie’s Espresso & Bakery Athlete of the Week for 3/1/2014 is Kristina Busby.

    Busby ran the second fastest 100 in school history at the American River Invite (12.60) and is currently ranked in the top 10 in Nor Cal and 16th in the state. (more…)

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    On Saturday at the Yuba 49ers 8-Way track and field meet, COS Eagle Alex Henderson won the Javelin with a throw of 67.38m (221′ 1″)–the top throw so far this season in the nation…including NCAA D-1, according to Coach Shannon Maas. (more…)

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    After a rough 1-12 start to the season, the College of the Siskiyous Eagles softball squad began its Golden Valley Conference campaign with back-to-back sweeps.

    Last Friday, COS defeated Butte 11-7 and 12-11. The Lady Eagles followed up on Saturday with a pair of wins against Feather River 8-7- and 13-12.

    The Eagles (4-0, 5-12) go to Lassen (2-2, 3-13) on Thursday.

    COS 11 – Butte 7

    WP: Katelyn Bauman (7 IP, 11 H, 6 ER, 3 BB, 2 K)

    Jessica Conrad 2/2, 2 R, 2 RBI, BB, 2B
    Kristin Cox 2/4, 2 R, 2 RBI, HR
    Delanie Tally 2/4, R, 3 RBI, 3B
    Sammy Reed 2/4, R, RBI
    Mackenzie Matthis 2/4, R, RBI
    Sydney Haynes 1/3, R, 2 RBI, BB
    Markie Murrey 1/3, R, Sac, S (more…)

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    The College of the SIskiyous Eagles took two games of their three game series against the Shasta Knights on Friday and Saturday.

    The Eagles defeated Shasta 8-7 in Redding on Friday, and then split a double header in Weed on Saturday. COS won the first game, 6-5, and fell in the second game, 6-4.

    Stats are not posted for all three games.

    The Eagles are 2-4 in Golden Valley Conference play, having been swept by Feather River the prior week. COS is 5-12 overall. (more…)

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