Posts Categorized: Mt. Shasta

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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Lady Miner Softball Tourney Day-1

The Yreka Lady Miners Softball Tournament kicked off on Friday. Well, really, it started on Wednesday for some teams. Yreka defeated Etna 14-2 on Wednesday, and Etna took a 9-7 win over Mt. Shasta on Thursday. Etna had to play games earlier to avoid a conflict with league games scheduled for Friday with Burney that… Read more »

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Pepsi Lady Bear Softball Player of the Week: Ashley Cain

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 hit .500 in four games at the Etna tourney last week, with 3 runs scored, 7 RBIs, a double and a triple. Earlier in the week against Dunsmuir, Cain went 2/4 with… Read more »

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Trinity wins Marble Mountain Classic softball tourney, Mt. Shasta 2nd

Team photo courtesy of Angie Brown
The Trinity Wolves (4-0) swept the Marble Mountain Classic softball tourney in Etna on Friday and Saturday. Mt. Shasta finished 2nd at 3-1. Etna was third (2-2), Hoopa 4th (1-3) and Tulelake 5th (0-4).
MVP: Tess Johnston, Trinity
All-Tourney
Trinity
Bradley Plotzke
Cheyanne Noland
Mt. Shasta
Ashley Cain
Sydney Cross
Etna
Sage Gomes
Izzy Duerr
Hoopa
Stella Jarnaghan
Onaleece Colegrove
Tulelake
Cierra Gribble
Jara Chavolla
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Pepsi Lady Bear Softball Player of the Week: Cross

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.
In the first week of the season (7 games), Cross hit .619, with two home runs, three doubles, eight RBIs, and 11 runs scored. She also threw out four runners who… Read more »

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Siskiyou County Track Meet results and photos

The Yreka Miners swept the team competitions at the Siskiyou County Track Meet on Thursday at Miner Stadium. Mt. Shasta was second in all divisions. Etna was third in varsity boys and and JV girls. Tulelake was third in varsity girls and JV boys.
Varsity multiple individual event winners
Yreka
Jena Turner: 400m, 100m Hurdles, 300m Hurdles
Clayton Bunn:… Read more »

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SCL golf results for week-1

The first match of the Shasta Cascade League golf season took place last Thursday at the Riverview Golf and Country Club in Redding.
Fall River
1. Colin Vestal 49 46 95
2. Ryan Nicholls 68 71 139
3. Justin Vigil 64 53 117
4. Taylor Corder 58 71 129
5. Jared Quintanilla 67 63 130
Team Score… Read more »

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Shasta Cascade League Boys & Girls B-Ball, and Wrestling All-League selections

Boys Basketball
SCL MVP: Daylon Blakely, Mt. Shasta
SCL Coach of the Year: Cliff Blakely, Mt. Shasta
Mt. Shasta
Clay Ferguson
Brandon Acord
Cesar Gonzalez
John Clemens – Honorable Mention
Weed
Jordan DeBortoli
Edgar Casorla
Trevor Shaffer
Aidan Hagerty – Honorable Mention
Spencer Hall – Honorable Mention
Trinity
Tyler Harris
Steven Blanchard
Emmanuel King – Honorable Mention
Etna
Tim Greene – Honorable Mention
Wade Thackeray – Honorable Mention
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Etna, Mt. Shasta, Yreka win pool play at Anderson Small Schools Tourney, Trinity 2nd in pool

The Etna Lions and Yreka Miners softball teams swept their respective pools, 3-0, on Friday at the Anderson Small Schools Tournament. Mt. Shasta went 2-0-1 to win its pool, and Trinity was 2-1 for second in its pool.
Etna scores (Stats will be added when available)
Etna 5 – Hamilton City 4
Etna 11 – Central Valley 0
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Lady Miners come back to win season opener over Mt. Shasta

The Mt. Shasta Bears softball team put up three runs in the first inning against Yreka on Tuesday afternoon, and held a lead until the bottom of the third inning. After Yreka took a 6-4 advantage, Bear Ashley Cain blasted a two-run homer, tying the game 6-6 in the top of the fourth. Yreka went… Read more »

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Subway Bear B-Ball Player of the Week: Clemens 2X

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Bears put up battle against Liberty, but fall in section final

Opinion by Ray Wolf
Close to no one expected the Mt. Shasta Bears boys basketball team to defeat the Liberty Christian Patriots in Friday’s NSCIF D-V championship game. However, that didn’t mean that there weren’t people hoping for the upset. There were plenty of those. In fact, it was literally everyone I know. Not only was… Read more »

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