Posts Categorized: Mt. Shasta

Bears defeat Weed, earn berth in title tilt

Wednesday night’s NSCIF D-V semi-final game between Mt. Shasta and Weed started out like the epic battle many expected. The Bears and Cougars lit up the scoreboard, trading baskets for the first five-plus minutes. Then, with the score tied 13-13, two-seed Mt. Shasta exploded with a 14-4 run in the final two and a half… Read more »

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Kaae wins NSCIF Masters; VanDeWalker, Taylor, Valencia, Bahen place

Photos by Keith Taylor
Etna’s Hayden Kaae repeated as the North Section Masters 195lb wrestling champion on Saturday, defeating Chester’s Cole Connor 5-1 in the championship match.
Christian VanDeWalker (285 lb) from Mt. Shasta, Trinity’s Juan Valencia (182 lb) and Lance Taylor of Etna (170 lb) finished fifth in their respective weight classes.
Morgan Bahen (113) from… Read more »

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Bears advance to semi-final with win over Trinity

Article by Jimmy Hausauer, photos by Bryce Cummings
The Mt. Shasta Bears advanced to the NSCIF D-V semi-final with a 66-42 win over the Trinity Wolves on Friday night in Mt. Shasta. The tenth-seeded Wolves did not go quietly, finishing the first quarter up 13-12. A big second quarter gave two-seed Mt. Shasta a 32-24 lead… Read more »

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Lady Lions shock Mt. Shasta, advance to semi-finals

Photos by Bryce Cummings
The Mt. Shasta Bears and Etna Lions girls teams met twice during Shasta Cascade League play, with the Bears winning both games by double digits. On Friday the 11-seed Lions paid a visit to the 3-seed Bears for an NSCIF D-V quarterfinal match up. Etna let it be known in the first… Read more »

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Subway Bear B-Ball Player of the Week: Owens

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Mt Shasta girls survive challenge in first round, boys cruise to victory

Photos by Mallory Pappas
Seldom is a three-seed versus fourteen-seed a tight game. Usually, it’s a blowout of epic proportions. That, however, was not the case when the scrappy and aggressive Wiliams Lady Yellowjackets came to Mt. Shasta on Tuesday night for the first round of the NSCIF D-V playoffs. The 4-16 Yellowjackets gave the Bears… Read more »

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Pepsi Lady Bears B-Ball Players of the Week: Frost and Taylor

Mt. Shasta girls varsity basketball coach Kirk Andrus has selected sophomores Lauren Frost and Mary Taylor as the Pepsi of Mt. Shasta Lady Bears B-Ball Players of the Week.
“These sophomores played extremely well in their first varsity games in Burney. Mary scored 8 points, and Lauren played a good floor game,” said Andrus. “Both were… Read more »

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NSCIF D-III & D-IV wrestling photos by Jimmy Palmer

Results were posted earlier and can be seen here.
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Weed v Mt. Shasta JV Basketball, two SCL champs go 12-0

The Weed Cougars and Mt. Shasta Bears junior varsity basketball squads squared off on the final night of the Shasta Cascade League basketball season, last Friday.
In the girls game, it was the Bears that emerged victorious, 44-31. The Bears are SCL JV champs at 12-0.
Mt. Shasta shutout Weed in the first quarter, 12-0, and held… Read more »

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Lady Cougars finish SCL perfect

The Shasta Cascade League championship was already decided before Friday night’s match up between the Weed Cougars and Mt. Shasta Bears girls teams. Weed had already clinched the title, and no matter what the outcome of the game, Mt. Shasta was second in the SCL. It also wasn’t going to effect the playoff seedings. Weed… Read more »

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2014 NSCIF D-III/D-IV wrestling championship results: Bahen, Kaae, Taylor and Valencia are champs

The North Section D-III/D-IV championships were held on Saturday at Modoc High School. Several Siskiyou County and Trinity wrestlers brought home medals. Fourth place finishers and up move on to Masters at the Redding Convention Center next Friday and Saturday. Division brackets and team results are below the place winners lists. A huge “thank you”… Read more »

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2014 NSCIF B-Ball Playoff Brackets for local teams and a bit of a rant

The North Section CIF announced the 2014 Basketball Playoff Brackets on Saturday.
A bit of opinion by Ray Wolf…and then the brackets.
So, here’s the scoop on some of the weird stuff for seedings. The Happy Camp girls were ranked 12th, but did not make the playoffs. Instead, #15 Chester did. Happy Camp finished behind #17 Surprise… Read more »

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Cougars take down number-one Bears

It had been over two months since the Mt. Shasta Bears (21-2) had lost a game, but that didn’t seem to matter to a pumped up Weed Cougar team on Friday night. Weed point guard Edgar Casorla drove the fast lane to the hoop all night long, leading the Cougars to a 45-42 win.
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Pepsi Lady Bears B-Ball Player of the Week: Moyer 2X

Mt. Shasta girls varsity basketball coach Kirk Andrus has selected Madeline Moyer as the Pepsi of Mt. Shasta Lady Bears B-Ball Player of the Week.
Moyer, “led out team in assists and steals. And, she scored six of her eight points in the fourth quarter, with the other starters in foul trouble, in our win over… Read more »

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Subway Bear B-Ball Player of the Week: Preston Blakely

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Shasta Cascade League championship medalists

So, finally after several days the results of the Shasta Cascade League wrestling championships were posted, and are below. Thanks to Ron Mosher of the Mountain Echo newspaper and Desiree Kaae for alerting SiskiyouYouth that the results were actually posted–10 days after the event. Mosher also went nuts trying to get results. Really, how hard… Read more »

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SCL wrestling championship photos by Jimmy Palmer

So, finding out info about the Shasta Cascade League wrestling championships has been difficult at best. Seriously, not one person I’ve talked with knows all the results or where they might be posted, or even if they are posted anywhere. You know, if the SCL teams would get it together and make it a reasonable… Read more »

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