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Lady Lions open season with win over Dunsmuir

The Etna Lady Lions varsity basketball squad opened up the season with a 66-17 road win over the Dunsmuir Tigers on Monday Night.
Etna’s Sage Gomes put up the first five points of the game on a freebie and two baskets. Gomes would go on to score 12 points total. Bo Murray sandwiched a pair of… Read more »

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2014 NSCIF Volleyball Playoff Points Rankings as of 11/3/14 – Yreka and Mt. Shasta drop, Tulelake moves up

The NSCIF released updated 2014 Volleyball Playoff Points Rankings on Monday. The top eight qualifying teams from Division-III make the playoffs. For D-IV – D-VI, the top 16 teams make playoffs. However, in order to qualify a team must be .500 or better in either overall record, division record or league record.
Foothill (21-12) is at… Read more »

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Tigers have Senior Night, lose to Cardinals, play in mud

Photos by Julia Allen
The Dunsmuir Tigers celebrated Senior Night on Friday, lost 56-0 to the Big Valley Cardinals, and then went and played in the mud.
Dunsmuir finishes the season at 1-5 in the 8-Man North League and 2-8 overall, missing the playoffs for the first time in forever–or at least since moving to 8-man football.
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Tiger volleyball Senior Night photos by Jimmy Palmer

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Dunsmuir at Happy Camp volleyball photos by Jimmy Palmer

The Dunsmuir Tigers visited the Happy Camp Indians last Friday for an Evergreen League volleyball doubleheader.
Dunsmuir won the matches, 3-0 and 3-2.
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Dunsmuir v Hayfork volleyball photos by Jimmy Palmer

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Dunsmuir volleyball photos from Tulelake match by Jimmy Palmer

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Tigers nip Bulldogs, 34-32

By Kady Porterfield
It was a game that kept you on the edge of your seat. Just as it appeared the visiting Dunsmuir Tigers were pulling away with the lead, the Butte Valley Bulldogs would come back. However, the Bulldogs fell just short of taking the lead in the end, and the Tigers would clinch… Read more »

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Dunsmuir Powder Puff and Parade photos by Jimmy Palmer

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Dunsmuir drops Homecoming game to Tulelake

Photos by Julia Allen and Jimmy Palmer
The Dunsmuir Tigers led the Tulelake Honkers 22-20 at halftime of their Homecoming game last Friday. However, the Honkers outscored the Tigers 36-8 in the second half, for a 56-30 win.
Before the game, Tyla Edwards was crowned Dunsmuir Homecoming Queen, and Hunter Kirch was crowned King.
Honker Coby Taylor ran… Read more »

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Tigers lose battle of attrition to Eagles

By Richard Allan
Roster size matters, especially when it comes to 8-man football. The Dunsmuir Tigers 11-player roster lost a battle of attrition against the Princeton Eagles and their 24-player roster on Friday night, falling 50-20, at Dunsmuir City Park.
The score was knotted at 20-20 at the half. But the Tigers couldn’t keep pace in the… Read more »

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North defeats South in 8-man all Star game, 28-6.

Photos by Jimmy Palmer
The North defeated the South 28-6 last Saturday at the 2014 Lions 8-Man Al Star Football game at Shasta College.
The North has also dominated the South the past few years during the regular season and playoffs, with the North winning the section championship the last five years.
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College OPTIONS awards scholarships to 36 first-generation college students

Thirty-six high school seniors from Modoc, Shasta, Siskiyou, Tehama and Trinity County will receive the College OPTIONS Scholars scholarship for 2014-15. The students will attend Shasta College, College of the Siskiyous and non-profit four-year universities around the country. The College OPTIONS Scholars program recognizes first-generation, income-eligible students who have demonstrated commitment to their academic and… Read more »

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NSCIF D-IV bonus photos by Jimmy Palmer

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Etna boys and Tulelake girls win NSCIF D-IV track and field championships

Photos by Richard Allan
The Etna boys and the Tulelake girls track and field teams claimed the NSCIF D-IV crowns on Friday at West Valley High School.
Etna event winners
Tim Greene: 400m
Michael Martin: 1600m, 3200m
Boys 4×400 Relay: (Marquis Pitts, Zac Hansen, Mac Wessell, Ruben Jaime)
Scott Towne: Discus
Golden Eagle event winners
Caroline Ristuccia: High Jump
Tulelake event winners
Ansoni Hernandez : 800m
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Honkers fly past Tigers in first round of playoffs

Photo by Linda Dysert
Sabrina Gribble tossed a no-hitter to lead the top-seeded Tulelake Lady Honkers past the eight-seed Dunsmuir Tigers, 11-0, in the first round of the NSCIF D-VI playoffs on Tuesday.
The game was close through the first two and a half innings, with Tulelake holding a 1-0 lead. However, the Honkers put up four… Read more »

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Dunsmuir v Burney NSCIF D-V baseball playoff photos by Jimmy Palmer

The six-seed Dunsmuir Tigers gave the three-seed Burney Raiders all they could handle on Friday in Burney. The Tigers held a 10-9 lead going into the bottom of the seventh, but were unable to hold the advantage, falling to the Raiders 11-10 in the first round NSCIF D-V playoff game.
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