Posts Categorized: Mt. Shasta

Initial 2014 Softball Playoff Points Rankings D-IV – D-VI

Keep in mind that the North Section has a minimum qualification of a .500 record in at least one of three categories–overall, division or league. A team may be ranked high enough, but not qualify because of being under .500.

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Lady Bears keep SCL title hopes alive with sweep of Etna

The Mt. Shasta Lady Bears softball team kept their Shasta Cascade League title hopes alive with a sweep of their doubleheader against the visiting Etna Lions on Friday. Mt. Shasta took the first game 5-1, and game-two 4-2.
Prior to the start of the games, there was a Make a Wish reveal ceremony for Etna player… Read more »

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Pepsi Lady Bear Softball Player of the Week: Peruzzi

Mt. Shasta softball coach Chief Burcell’s choice for the Pepsi of Mt. Shasta Lady Bear Softball Player of the Week is Alex Peruzzi.
Peruzzi hit .400 last week, with a grand slam, a pair of doubles, 4 RBIs and 5 runs scored.
She also had, “good defense playing 3rd base,” said Burcell.
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Pepsi Siskiyou County Track & Field Athlete of the Week: Moyer

The Pepsi of Mt. Shasta Track & Field Athlete of the Week is Mt. Shasta’s Madeline Moyer.
Moyer won the Pole Vault competition at the Yreka Lions Invitational on Friday, with a new Mt. Shasta HS record of 10 feet, six inches. She also held the previous school record at 10 feet. Moyer tied for 4th… Read more »

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Yreka girls win 50th annual Yreka Lions Invitational, Mt. Shasta boys 2nd

Photos by Janine Turner
The Yreka girls track team won the 50th annual Yreka Lions Invitational track and field meet on Friday with 91 points. Red Bluff was second at 88. The Mt. Shasta boys team finished 2nd (62) to Enterprise (137).
Siskiyou County athletes with top-five finishes
Butte Valley
Trevor Robertson: 5th Long Jump
Etna
Tim Greene: 4th Long Jump
Mt…. Read more »

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Pepsi Lady Bear Softball Player of the Week: Cross 2X

Mt. Shasta softball coach Chief Burcell’s choice for the Pepsi of Mt. Shasta Lady Bear Softball Player of the Week is freshman catcher Sydney Cross.
Cross went 5/8 in Mt. Shasta’s doubleheader against Modoc last week, with 3 RBIs, 2 runs scored, a home run and a double.
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Track and field roundup: Sterling Invitational and West Valley Invitational

On Saturday, Butte Valley, Golden Eagle, Mt. Shasta, Tulelake, Weed and Yreka headed to the Sterling Invitational, held at OIT in Klamath Falls. Etna and Trinity went to the West Valley Invitational on Friday. Dunsmuir was going to the Burney Spring Classic, but that was canceled due to weather. Below is a list of top-five… Read more »

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Pepsi Lady Bear Softball Player of the Week: Ashley Cain 2X

Mt. Shasta softball coach Chief Burcell’s choice for the Pepsi of Mt. Shasta Lady Bear Softball Player of the Week is Ashley Cain.
Cain was 4-0 last week in the circle, registering 34 strikeouts. She also drove in 11 runs, and hit two home runs and three doubles.
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Pepsi Siskiyou County Track & Field Athlete of the Week: Chapman

The Pepsi of Mt. Shasta Track & Field Athlete of the Week is Mt Shasta’s Eli Chapman.
Chapman won the 100m and 200m races at the Fair Weather Meet in Mt. Shasta last Thursday. He followed that up with a win in the 100m at the John Frank Invite on Saturday, as well as a 2nd… Read more »

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Fair Weather Track and Field Meet results

The Fair Weather Meet was held at Mt. Shasta High School on Thursday.
Varsity individual event multiple winners
Mt. Shasta
Eli Chapman: 100m, 200m
Chris Morzenti: 800m, 1600m
Dominic Tognolini: Shot Put, Discus
Emily Andrus: 200m, 400m
Madeleine Moyer: 100m Hurdles, Pole Vault – Moyer’s mark of 10′ in the Pole Vault is the best in the North Section so far this… Read more »

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Lady Bears go to 4-0 in SCL with sweep of Fall River

The Mt. Shasta Bears softball team improved to 4-0 in Shasta Cascade League play with a doubleheader sweep of the Fall River Bulldogs on Wednesday. The Bears won the first game 10-4 and game-two 8-4.
Fall River put up a run in the top of the first inning of the opening game, but Mt. Shasta plastered… Read more »

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Bears split another doubleheader

Photos by Howard Albecker
For the third straight time, the Mt. Shasta Bears baseball squad lost the first game of a doubleheader and then rebounded to take the second contest. The Bears split their Shasta Cascade League opener with Weed last Friday, and split a non-league double dip with St. Mary’s on Monday. On Wednesday, the… Read more »

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Lady Bears start SCL play 2-0 with shutouts against Weed

Photos by Howard Albecker
The Mt. Shasta Bears softball team opened up Shasta Cascade League play with a doubleheader sweep of the Weed Cougars on Monday. The Bears won the first game, 17-0, and game-two 20-0.
Ashley Cain registered both wins for Mt. Shasta, allowing only three hits and a walk in nine innings of work, while… Read more »

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Bears drop first game, rebound to win second against St. Mary’s

Photos by Howard Albecker
The Mt. Shasta Bears dropped the first game of their doubleheader against the visiting St. Mary’s Crusaders, 10-0, on Monday. However, Mt. Shasta rebounded to win the second game, 7-6. The Bears trailed 6-5 going into the bottom of the seventh inning.
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Cougars and Bears split

Photos by Howard Albecker

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Pepsi Lady Bear Softball Player of the Week: Stock

Mt. Shasta softball coach Chief Burcell’s choice for the Pepsi of Mt. Shasta Lady Bear Softball Player of the Week is Natalee Stock.
Stock came off the bench in the Del Norte game at the Lady Miners Tourney, recorded a hit, and scored the only run in Mt. Shasta’s 1-0 win.
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Lady Miner Softball Tourney Day-2

Well, day-two of the Lady Miners Softball Tourney didn’t go so well for the local teams. Yreka lost to Modoc in the semi-finals, 9-8, via international tie break rules in the eighth inning. Yreka had crushed Modoc 8-0 on Friday in pool play. Mt. Shasta lost to Fall River 7-6 in the other semi-final game…. Read more »

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