Posts Categorized: Mt. Shasta

Subway Mt. Shasta Bears Dirt Dog of the Week: Kaden Riccomini

The Subway Mt. Shasta Bears Dirt Dog of the Week is Kaden Riccomini.
“Riccomini was 5/9 with seven RBIs, and six runs scored last week,” said Coach Chuck Mahan. “He also threw five innings, had six Ks, 0 walks and 0 runs.”
Congratulations Kaden. Coach has your certificate for Subway.
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Miners rally in 7th to beat Bears

Through the first five innings on Tuesday at Hibbard Field, runs were non existent and hits were hard to come by.
The Mt. Shasta Bears finally posted a run on the board in the top of the sixth. Yreka answered in the bottom half of the inning.
Two runs in the seventh for the Bears made it… Read more »

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Coffee Brake Lady Bears Softball Player of the Week: S. Cross

Coach Blake Powers’ choice for the Coffee Brake Lady Bears Softball Player of the Week is Sydney Cross.
Cross played “great defense” at catcher, and went 3/4 against Durham, including two home runs in the same inning, according to Powers.
Congratulations Sydney. Coach has your certificate.
Thanks Coffee Brake!
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Marble Mountain Softball Tourney Day-1

Marble Mountain Tourney Day-1 results (Friday)

Etna 15 – Trinity 3
Megan Dean WP. Dean, Katie Turner and Cleo Smith went yard.
Etna 13 – Tulelake 1
Megan Dean WP.
Mt. Shasta 16 – Durham 7
Jolene Rhoades WP.
Durham 16 – Trinity 2
Day-two has been rained out.
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Bears and Miners are winners on Day-2 of Gold Nugget Jamboree

The Mt. Shasta Bears defeated the Klamath Union Pelicans 18-5 on Thursday afternoon at the Gold Nugget Jamboree in Yreka.
Kaden Riccomini had six RBIs in the five-inning game. Bodie Kindley drove in three runs.
The Bears threw Kaimana Ferguson, Ian Allen and Hunter Stock. Ferguson started on the hill, and was credited with the win.
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Subway Mt. Shasta Bears Dirt Dog of the Week: Gunter

The Subway Mt. Shasta Bears Dirt Dog of the Week is Shaun Gunter.
“Gunter had a great weekend all around,” said Coach Chuck Mahan. “He pitched great against Willows, had three hits, two RBIs, and played good defense in left field.”
Congratulations Shaun. Your certificate for Subway will arrive soon.
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Coffee Brake Lady Bears Softball Player of the Week: L. Rhoades

The Coffee Brake Lady Bears Softball Player of the Week is Leslie Rhoades.
Rhoades was 3-0 pitching at the Anderson Tourney last week, with just five earned runs. At the plate, she went 4/12 with a home run.
Congratulations Leslie. Coach has your certificate.
Thanks Coffee Brake!
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Mt. Shasta girls advance to the North Region Final Four, with win over San Joaquin Memorial

The Mt. Shasta Bears girls basketball squad continued to make the CIF seeding committee look foolish on Saturday, with a 47-38 win over the Central Section champion and six-seed San Joaquin Memorial Panthers (24-9).
The Bears (26-5), who were runner up in the Northern Section, were seeded 14th out of 16 teams in the North Region… Read more »

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Coffee Brake Mt. Shasta Bears Girls B-ball Player of the Week: Hitchcock 2X

The Coffee Brake Mt. Shasta Bears Girls B-ball Player of the Week is Lily Hitchcock.
Lily had, “two tremendous games (last week), with 33 points (including seven 3-pointers) and eight assists,” said Coach Kirk Andrus. “She has proven herself to be a real prime time performer as a sophomore.”
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Subway Mt. Shasta Bears Boys B-ball Player of the Week: Pavlic

The Subway Mt. Shasta Bears Boys B-ball Player of the Week is Brooks Pavlic.
Coach Cliff Blakely chose Pavlic, “for keeping a positive attitude until the end against Trinity.”
Congratulations Brooks. Coach has your certificate for Subway.
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Coffee Brake Mt. Shasta Bears Girls B-ball Player of the Week: Andrus 2X

The Coffee Brake Mt. Shasta Bears Girls B-ball Player of the Week for the week of 2/20/17 is Emily Andrus.
Emily had, “a great performance against Quincy, with 31 points, six rebounds, three assists and three steals,” said Coach Kirk Andrus
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Lady Bears are 2017 NSCIF D-V runner up

By Richard Allan
The Mt. Shasta Lady Bears lost their bid for a second straight section championship Saturday at Shasta College, falling 62-45 to the top-seeded Durham Trojans.
It was the fourth section title in the last six years for the Durham girls. They finished as runner up twice.
The second-seeded Bears won last year’s banner in a… Read more »

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Lady Bears hammer Hamilton to advance to NSCIF D-V championship

There was somewhere close to zero doubt about the outcome of Wednesday night’s NSCIF D-V girls semifinal game between #2 Mt. Shasta and #3 Hamilton. The teams met earlier in the season, with the Bears prevailing 55-14. That Hamilton was seeded 3rd was a joke. At best, the Braves (16-11) would have finished 4th in… Read more »

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Trinity trounces Bears, will play for D-V title

There was nothing remarkable about the start to the Trinity Wolves basketball season–5-5 in the first 10 games, and 3-3 to start the Shasta Cascade League season–not the numbers associated with a chance for a championship. Indeed, the Wolves finished tied for 3rd in the SCL at 6-4.
However, if you looked closely, you could see… Read more »

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Subway Mt. Shasta Bears Boys B-ball Player of the Week: Barnum

The Subway Mt. Shasta Bears Boys B-ball Player of the Week is Henry Barnum.
Coach Cliff Blakely chose Barnum, “for knowing and accepting his role, and being a great teammate.”
Congratulations Henry. Coach has your certificate for Subway.
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Bears beat Braves to reach semifinal

Photos by Violet Carter
The Mt. Shasta Bears took care of business on the home floor Friday night, defeating the #7 Hamilton Braves 64-54.
The 2-seed Bears put up 20 points in the first quarter of their NSCIF D-V quarterfinal game versus 11 points for the Braves. Thairen Sivongsa hit a pair of 3-pointers in the quarter…. Read more »

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Lady Bears double up Quincy, 58-29

Photos by Violet Carter
The second seeded Mt. Shasta Bears girls team made short work of 7-seed Quincy on Thursday night, with a 58-29 victory.
The Bears dropped five 3-balls on the Trojans in the first quarter to jump out to a 17-8 lead. Lily Hitchcock accounted for four of the long distance buckets, and Emily Andrus… Read more »

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