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    The three-seed Dunsmuir Tigers won Friday’s playoff game over the sixth-seeded Liberty Christian Patriots, 3-1. Dunsmuir moves on to play at number-two Maxwell in a NSCIF D-V semi-final on Tuesday.

    The Patriots were first on the board. With two outs in the first inning, Xavier Nurse took a walk and advanced to third base on an error. Nurse scored on a single by Scott Conklin.

    Dunsmuir answered in the home half of the inning. Mason Mekeel tripled and scored on a passed ball.

    The Tigers took the lead, 2-1, in the bottom of the second inning. Dayton Pepperdine doubled and scored on an error.

    Dunsmuir added another run in the fifth inning, when CJ Palmer singled and scored, making it 3-1.

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    The North Section released the 2013 Softball Playoff brackets on Saturday morning. Playoffs start on Tuesday.

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    The North Section released the 2013 baseball playoff seedings and brackets on Wednesday. Round-one is on Friday, May 10; semi-finals on Tuesday, May 14; and championship games on Saturday, May 18. Preliminary Games are scheduled for 4:00 pm at the higher seed, but times may be changed by mutual consent. Championship games are at a central venue.

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    The North Section released the 2013 baseball playoff seedings on Wednesday morning. All games are scheduled for 4:00 pm at higher seed. Times are subject to change.

    Division-II

    Yreka (3) v Central Valley (6)

    Division-III

    Mt. Shasta (7) @ Winters (2)

    Division-IV

    Etna (3) v Weed (6) (more…)

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    The Dave Allan Twilight Invitational was held on Friday, May 3 at Mt. Shasta High School.

    Top five varsity boys in each event

    100 Meters
    1. 12 Jeremiah Emershy: 10.99a, Anderson
    2. 11 Eli Chapman : 11.08a, Mt Shasta
    3. 10 John Westlund: 11.54a, Fall River
    4. 12 Connor McCone: 11.55a, Anderson
    5. 12 Levi Girardot: 11.71a, Cascade Christian

    200 Meters
    1. 11 Eli Chapman : 22.60a, Mt Shasta
    2. 12 Dylan Miller: 23.94a, Tulelake
    3. 11 Jake Brown: 24.19a, Cascade Christian
    4. 10 Daniel Benham: 24.44a, Mt Shasta
    5. 10 John Westlund: 24.46a, Fall River (more…)

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    The North Section released the first 2013 baseball playoff points rankings on Monday. Keep in mind that the accuracy of the rankings depends on coaches posting game results to MaxpPreps. Missing game results can skew the rankings. The top eight teams in each division make playoffs, except D-VI which has only six teams.

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    This is just part 1 of the photos. Part 2 will be posted soon, and we also have some great shots by Janine Turner coming.

    The Yreka Miners boys and girls varsity track and field teams each finished 2nd at the 49th annual Yreka Lions Track Meet, held on Friday at Miner Stadium. Enterprise won the boys competition, and Red Bluff took the girls competition. Weed’s Mallory Pappas set the Weed High School record in the Triple Jump at 32-06.00. Janelle Jaegel set the Mt. Shasta High School Pole Vault record at 9-06.00. Yreka’s Jena Turner won the 300m Hurdles in a North Section best time of 46.40

    Boys top five finishers

    100 Meters – Finals
    1. 12 Jeremiah Emershy 11.11a, Anderson
    2. 12 Edward Lampkin 11.16a, Sacred Heart Cathedral
    3. 11 Ryan Abele 11.17a, Colusa
    4. 11 Eli Chapman 11.35a, Mt Shasta
    5. 12 Riley Granberry 11.49a, Enterprise

    200 Meters – Finals
    1. 12 Edward Lampkin 22.41a, Sacred Heart Cathedral
    2. 12 Jeremiah Emershy 22.48a, Anderson
    3. 12 Stephen Hackstaff 22.74a, Red Bluff
    4. 12 Connor McCone 23.08a, Anderson
    5. 12 Drew Scrima 23.15a, Shasta

    400 Meters – Finals
    1. 11 Anthony Rodriguez 50.66a, Enterprise
    2. 11 Austin Clark 51.09a, West Valley
    3. 12 Kahlil James 52.30a, Sacred Heart Cathedral
    4. 11 Tracy Salgado 52.61a, St Mary’s
    5. 10 KJ Hinkston 53.36a, Red Bluff (more…)

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    Article and photos by Richard Allan

    The Dunsmuir Tigers met the American Christian Academy Eagles baseball team on Tuesday for an Evergreen League doubleheader at Big League Dreams in Redding. Both teams entered the match unbeaten in league play and looking to stay atop the Evergreen standings.

    The Tigers plated seven runs in the fifth inning of the opener and were three outs away from victory. But, the Eagles rallied with two outs in the seventh for an 8-9 victory.
    The Eagles used a couple big innings to take the nightcap completing the sweep with an 11-5 victory.

    The Eagles took a 1-0 lead in the first inning of the opener. Malachi May took a lead off walk, stole second and scored on a double by Coleman Petit.

    Tiger hurler Mason Mekeel fanned 14 batters in the opener but struggled with control in the third inning walking four Eagles batters. Jackson Tuxhorn and Andrew Pellascio singled in runs to give the Eagles a 3-0 edge.

    The Tiger hitters came to life in the fifth, bringing 11 batters to the plate, and scoring seven runs in the inning. Cody Hagedon hit a lead off single and scored on Brian Taylor’s triple to right-center field. Mekeel singled home Taylor, and Justin Declusin singled to left to keep the rally going. Tommy Stibi came to the plate with one out and the bases loaded, and drove in two runs with a bloop single to center. The Tigers scored a run on a throwing error, and Hagedon singled home Palmer to put Dunsmuir up, 7-3. (more…)

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    Photos by Jimmy Palmer

    The Dunsmuir Tigers track and field team competed at the Burt Willaims Classic, held at Central Valley High School last Saturday.

    Senior Jeff Rhoades won the shot put, with a throw of 46-00.00 (5th best in North Section so far this season). Other varsity top-five finishers for the boys were Orion McCree (2nd 100m, 3rd Long Jump), CJ Palmer (4th 110m Hurdles) and Justin Declusin (5th 100m). The Tiger boys 4×100 relay team finished 4th (Justin DeClusin, Jacob Greeno, Mason Mekeel, Orion McCree).

    Kalia Kaili turned in the only top-five finish for the varsity girls at 5th in the Shot Put.

    JV Leann Rhoades, Jeff Rhoades’ sister, won the Shot Put and was third in the Discus. (more…)

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    Mt. Shasta hosted the Fair Weather Track and Field meet on Thursday afternoon. Multiple section best performances were turned in by local athletes.

    Mt. Shasta’s Eli Chapman ran a 22.90 in the 200m, and Janelle Jaegel went 8-06.00 in the Pole Vault.

    John Whelan from Etna won the 800m in 2:04.90. (more…)

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    Northern Athletic League

    Boys

    Most Valuable Player: Michael Shoemaker, Corning
    Nick Hoag, Corning
    Chayce Maday, Corning
    Aaron Miller, Anderson
    Jason Cruickshank, Anderson
    Kody Connor, Central Valley
    Tony Penta, Central Valley
    Raycial Lovett, Central Valley
    Ty Currie, Yreka (more…)

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    On a balmy, nearly tropical March afternoon, the Yreka Miners junior varsity baseball team scrimmaged the visiting Dunsmuir Tigers. No, those aren’t snow flakes in some of the pictures. It’s…um, pollen from the coconut trees. (more…)

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    The Dunsmuir Lady Tigers paid a visit to Yreka on Wednesday to scrimmage the Lady Miner JV softball team. As is customary for the start of softball and baseball season, there were intermittent snow flurries. But, of course, in Siskiyou County that’s how you know the diamond season has begun. (more…)

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