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    South Siskiyou Knights youth football is scheduled to start Monday, August 5t at 5:30 PM. Practices will be held at the Sons Baseball Park, next to Weed High School.

    Siskiyou Pop Warner participates in the Klamath Falls Pop Warner League. Home games will be played at Weed High School and away games are in Klamath falls.

    Registration Packets and additional information can be found at our website: www.eteamz.com/siskiyouknights2/ (more…)

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    Siskiyou Pop Warner Football, South Siskiyou Knights Youth Football practice is scheduled to begin Monday, July 30, 5:30 PM, at the Mt. Shasta Sports Complex next to Sisson School. Full registration packets are available online at www.eteamz.com/siskiyouknights1/. Click on the Handouts Tab for the full registration packet.

    In the registration packet, there is a Physical Form for your Doctor to fill out; all participants will need a Sports Physical before they can begin conditioning. If your child has not had his physical, please come by the first day of practice and register to ensure a place on the team.

    We are signing up youth ages 7-15, 8th Grade and below. See the packet for age and weight breakdown. We are also looking for coaches for the lower levels as well as anyone who has time to volunteer. (more…)

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    Story submitted by the Knights. Photos of PeeWee game by Dawn Snure

    The Siskiyou Knights Unlimited Pop Warner Youth Football Team finished the season strong with a convincing win over the Raiders from Lost River 51–6. The Unlimited Knights outscored their opponents in the last three games 125–18. Coach Glenn Gonzales credits this to, “the development of the players both mentally and physically the second half of the season.”

    The Pee Wee Knights started their game strong Saturday, but the Hawks proved to be too much for a second week in a row, beating the Knight’s 37 19. Coach Darren Lonnon gives a great deal of praise to this team, “they are a very young team and grew tremendously as the season progressed.”

    Both the Unlimited team and the Pee Wees finished their seasons with records of 4–4.

    President Craig Kay stated, “We are very happy with the growth of the kids and the program, this is our second year in the Klamath County Pop Warner program and have found our home in this new league. Our program is designed to focus on building character in these boys as well as promoting scholastics with good grades and we succeeded in both.” (more…)

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    The Siskiyou Knights Unlimited team traveled to Henley, Oregon to face the Stingers in a playoff game to settle 3rd and 4th place. The Knights fell short as the Stingers won 26–6. The Knights saw very little offense due to successful on-side kicking by the Stingers.

    The Unlimited team finished the season in fourth place, at 4-4. This is quite an accomplishment for a first year team in a new league. The Knights seem to have found a home in the Klamath Falls Pop Warner Football League and look forward to many more seasons with great anticipation for great success.

    The Knights will be holding an awards ceremony for coaches and players November 9, at 6:00 PM in the Sisson Elementary School cafeteria. Players are asked to return all equipment at this time. Those who ordered pictures will receive them on this evening. (more…)

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    The Siskiyou Knights will be closing out their regular season this weekend at Weed High School. The Pee Wee’s will be playing the Cougars at noon and the Unlimited team will play Lost River at 2:00 pm. Both Knights teams are playing to win a spot in the Klamath Pop Warner league playoffs. (more…)

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    KCWH ImpactThe Knights Unlimited team lost a heartbreaker Saturday to the Stingers from Klamath Falls, last years Klamath Pop Warner champions. The Knights scored on their first play from scrimmage and then followed with a couple of great defensive stops. After that the Stingers adjusted to the penetration of the line, and it was enough for the Stingers to take the lead and win 19-12.

    The Knights Pee Wee team got back on the winning track with a decisive 27-7 victory over the Vikings from Klamath Falls. There was plenty of offense and defense, the Knights worked especially hard this last week in practice and it really showed. (more…)

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    West CoastThe Siskiyou Knights Pop Warner Unlimited team continued their winning streak on the road last Saturday beating the Bonanza Antlers, as they improved to 3-1. In a game that featured big plays that led to a big lead, the Knights dominated, going up 28-0 at half.

    With a second half interception that added another eight points, the Knights won impressively 36-0.

    Head coach Phil Medina said, “The team played up to their ability today, they are a force to be reckoned with. They do their jobs out there and it shows on the scoreboard. I am very proud to coach a team with this much ability and talent and they just keep getting better every week.” (more…)

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    For a video of Unlimted’s game click here.

    Last Saturday was an exciting day for Siskiyou Pop Warner, as both the Unlimited and PeeWee teams won on their home field at Weed High School.

    The Unlimited team once again stepped up in the fourth quarter to earn their second victory. The first half featured a steady 6-minute opening drive for 6 points. There were also two kickoff returns for touchdowns. The Knights went into the half ahead by two, the difference being a two-point kick.

    Play slowed in the third quarter, as it was a battle for yards with neither team scoring. In the fourth quarter, with two minutes on the clock and the Henley Hornets driving, the Knights defense coached by Mike Deflaco and Art Catrow, made the adjustments to the passing defense that resulted in two late fourth quarter interception touchdowns, which sealed the victory 32-18. (more…)

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    The Siskiyou Knights Unlimited team found their rhythm this week as they earned their first victory of the season against the Phoenix Pirates from Oregon. After a hard fought first half, with the Knights down 19-18, the coaches made the half time adjustments for what was to be a spectacular second half.

    The Knights, led by quarterback Daniel Benham, scored 24 unanswered points to lead them to a 42-19 victory. Other notable stand out players included Cesar Gonzalez, Rashaan Broomfield and Jimmy Jorgensen who all scored touchdowns.

    Notables on Defense included, Jack Webb with multiple sacks, Paris Muller and Zack Cardoza with interceptions.

    Head Coach Phil Medina said, “After a tough loss last week, the players stepped up their game this week. They worked hard and it showed out there on the field.” (more…)

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    Submitted by Craig Kay

    y-ad-1-click.jpgThe Siskiyou Knights Junior Midgets are headed to the post season after a 27–25 victory over the Anderson Cubs last Saturday. The difference was points after touchdown. the Knights converted 3 of 4 while Anderson missed all but one, including a 2 point kick that was blocked.

    The Knights trailed 19–13 at halftime and came out ready to play in the second half. The Knights took the lead 20-19 in the 3rd quarter and added another score in the 4th quarter to make it 27-19. Anderson came back to score a touchdown to make it 27 -25, then lined up to kick a 2-point conversion. Knights defense dug deep, had great penetration, and blocked the kick. The Knights then traded possessions with Anderson, had a great defensive stand, and ended the game with a kneel-down. With this victory, the Knights advance to the playoffs where they go against the Colusa Cowboys this Saturday, 2:00 PM in Yuba City at Yuba City High School. (more…)

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    By Craig Kay

    coffee-break-b.jpgThe Siskiyou Knights will host the Yreka Chargers this Saturday at Mt Shasta High School in a Siskiyou County North/South rivalry that is sure to be exciting.

    The Knights traveled to Corning last Saturday and did not fair well against the Lions in a record high 108° day. The Knights were tested this day and showed they have more heart than any team taking the field against them. They continue to improve and build character. (more…)

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    By Craig Kay

    y-ad-1-click.jpgThe Siskiyou Knights traveled to Willows on Saturday to take on the Coyotes. The first two games were in the morning where fans were treated to football played by six through nine year olds. The Mighty Mite and Junior Pee Wee levels are truly instructional but very exciting to watch as these Knights continue to learn the game.

    Things began to heat up in the afternoon—both the football and temperature. The Pee Wee game was a hard fought defensive battle. Both sides held each other scoreless throughout most of the game and you knew it was going to come down to the end. The Knights fell short 6-0 when Willows scored the only points of the game with 1:10 left to play. (more…)

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