Wildwood Crossing Etna Lions Boys Basketball Player of the Week: Layton

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The Wildwood Crossing Etna Lions Boys Basketball Player of the Week is Devonn Layton.

Layton dropped 18 points on Burney last week, and led the Lions with 12 points against Mt. Shasta.

Congratulations Devonn. You have a certificate from Wildwood Crossing coming your way.

Thanks Wildwood Crossing!

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Pizza Factory Jackson St. School Student of the Week: Hughes

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“April Hughes has been very involved in student activities. She is an ASB ambassador, was on the Cheerleading squad and has played on the basketball team. As a student aide in PE, she is extremely helpful, filling in and helping out with whatever is asked of her. April excels in the classroom,” said Buzzy McCluskey.

Congratulations April. Enjoy eating at the Pizza Factory.

Thanks Pizza Factory!

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Mt. Shasta girls stay SCL perfect with comeback win over Etna

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Sometimes things just don’t go quite right, but ya manage to win anyway. That was pretty much the case in Etna on Friday night for the Mt. Shasta Lady Bears. Someone put a lid on the basket for the Shasta Cascade League leading Bears in the first quarter. Meanwhile, Etna was moving the ball well and scoring. The Lions led 13-7 after one period and 16-15 at the half.

Eventually, Mt. Shasta began to get control of the contest with a 10-0 run to close out the third quarter, and went to the fourth with a 34-29 lead. From there, the Bears built their advantage to doubel-digits, winning 47-36.

Gracie Duerr and Kortni Bennett opened up the scoring for Etna with a pair of baskets. A 3-point play the hard way from Emily Andrus made it 4-3. A deuce by Bre Buker and a trey from Bo Murray, upped the Lion lead to 9-3. After Sam Benedict scored for Mt. Shasta, Buker went coast-to-coast for a hoop, and Kaitlyn Aldrich added a bucket for a 13-5 Etna lead. Mary Taylor hit a buzzer-beater for the Bears to make it 13-7 at the end of one quarter. (more…)

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Two out of three ain’t bad, Lady Miners JV and Frosh defeat Cubs

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Photos by Violet Carter

The varsity Yreka Lady Miners found themselves in a bit of a hole early against Anderson on Friday night, and couldn’t quite climb their way out. On the other hand, the only holes the junior varsity and frosh dug, were the ones for the Cubs.

The Miner frosh started the night out right, with a 46-23 win. Yreka led 11-7 after one quarter, and 17-12 at the half. A 16-6 third quarter, gave the Miners control of the contest, 33-18, heading into the fourth quarter. Yreka held Anderson to just five points in the final period, while scoring 13.

Aubrey Price led Yreka with 14 points. Autumn Giannini put up 11, and Mariana Trujillo had six points. The Miners were 7/18 from the charity stripe.

The Miner JV squad pretty much dominated right from the start, leading 13-2 at the end of one quarter, and 20-8 at halftime. Yreka extended its lead to 15 points, 30-15, by the end of three quarters. The Miners put up 14 points in the final frame, for a 44-20 win. (more…)

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Bears overwhelm Lions, 73-35

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The first time the Bears and Lions tangled this season, it took a last second shot for Mt. Shasta to grab the victory. Round-two was decided early, as the Bears overwhelmed the Lions in Etna on Friday night, 73-35.

Mt. Shasta jumped out to an 11-0 lead in the first quarter. A steal and score by Preston Blakely put the first points on the board. Blakely then added a pair of freebies. Hunter Moyer followed with a hoop, 6-0. Kaden Riccomini was fouled on a 3-point attempt, and converted the trio of free throws, 9-0. Mason Brooks turned a steal into two points, capping the run, 11-0. A deuce from Lion Robert Thom broke the shutout with 4:01 on the clock, 11-2. The Bears led 14-6 at the end of the opening period. (more…)

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Lady Lions JVs win, Bears JV win

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The Etna Lady Lions JV squad continued its romp through the Shasta Cascade League with a 55-15 win over the Mt. Shasta Bears on Friday night in Etna.

The Mt. Shasta JV boys squad also remained undefeated in the SCL, with a 52-28 triumph over Etna.

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Black Bear Diner Scoreboard & Schedule 2/2 – 2/6

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It’s a good idea to check with the individual schools to make sure games are still a go…just saying. Don’t blame us if you get there and no one else is there. Also, there may be some games not on the schedule because coaches haven’t posted on MaxPreps or haven’t sent SiskiyouYouth.com a schedule.

To report scores or schedule changes, text 530-340-0811. Email: siskiyouyouth@sisqtel.net

Saturday, February 6

Girls Basketball

St. Bernard’s 48 – Trinity 33

St. Bernard’s JV 36 – Trinity JV 33

COS 86 – Lassen 72
COS scoring: Melissa Dailey 26, Hannah Thompson 20

Boys Basketball

St. Bernard’s 43 – Trinity 57
Trinity scoring: Danny Fischer 28

St. Bernard’s JV 49 – Trinity JV 51

COS 78 – Lassen 83
COS scoring: Jerome Lane 20, Kenyatta Dunmore 17

Softball

COS 11 – Gavilan 2

COS 0 – San Mateo 3

Friday, February 5

Girls Basketball

Anderson 46 – Yreka 37

Anderson JV 20. – Yreka JV 44

Anderson Frosh 23 – Yreka Frosh 46

Mt. Shasta 47 – Etna 36

Mt. Shasta JV15  – Etna JV 55

Weed 53 -Burney 54
Weed scoring: Skye Bernstein 25, Rachel Michelon 8, Angel Whatley 8
Cougars had a furious comeback attempt in the 4th quarter, scoring 22 points, but lost on a last second hoop.

Weed JV 42 – Burney JV 25
Weed scoring: Christina Amezcua 15, Shannon Jackson 7, Alkierra Handy 5, Morgan Michelon 5. Victoria Arnett 14 rebounds

Happy Camp 21 – Big Valley 37

Surprise Valley 32 - Tulelake 43

Dunsmuir 43 – Liberty Christian 24

Butte Valley 46 – Hayfork 33
Butte Valley stats: Breeanna Forrester-Liblin 12 P, 7 R; Kenzie Hayden-Criss 11 P, 8 R, 4 A; Shaniya Britton 8 P, 5 R, 3 A
Hayfork scoring: Gabrielle Patton 14, Karissa Piper 11

Modoc 38 – Trinity 46
Trinity scoring: Alex McIntosh 15, Sofia Ritachka 12, Christina Maudin 10

Modoc JV 48 – Trinity JV 37

Boys Basketball

Yreka 56 – Anderson 61 (OT)
Yreka scoring: Pedro Patterson 14, Drew Robles 10

Yreka JV 52 – Anderson JV 54

Yreka Frosh 66 – Anderson Frosh 44

Mt. Shasta 73 – Etna 35

Mt. Shasta JV 52 – Etna JV 28

Weed 61 – Burney 56

Weed JV 61 – Burney JV 47
Weed scoring: Colton Bertolucci 22

Happy Camp 42 – Big Valley 86

Surprise Valley 43 – Tulelake 59

Dunsmuir 25 – Liberty Christian 66

Butte Valley 45 – Hayfork 43
Butte Valley stats: Bodie Vaughan 14 P, 5 S; Rene Perez 6 S, 6 A.
Weston Boese hits game winning shot as time expires

Butte Valley JV – Hayfork JV

Modoc 57 – Trinity 43

Modoc JV 35 – Trinity JV 50

Softball

COS 0 – San Mateo 3

Baseball

COS 6 – Taft 17 (more…)

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Pizza Factory Jackson St. School Student of the Week: Green

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“Kobe Green is a very kind and caring student. He excels at math and is a valued member of the basketball team. He also enjoys hanging out with the teachers at break time! He has been a asset to our school since moving here this year,” said Buzzy McCluskey.

Congratulations Kobe. Enjoy eating at the Pizza Factory.

Thanks Pizza Factory!

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Beverly Morgan’s Fact of the Week: WNBA free throw shooting

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It’s not a fluke. Her career percentage is 93% (241/259).

Source: http://www.guinnessworldrecords.com/world-records/highest-free-throw-percentage-wnba-

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Subway COS Eagles Men’s Basketball Player of the Week: Johnson

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Coach Kyle Heath’s pick for the Subway COS Eagles Men’s Basketball Player of the Week is Jahmil Johnson.

Johnson averaged eight points and four boards in two GVC games last week.

Congratulations Jahmil. Coach has your certificate for Subway.

Thanks Subway!

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Yreka soccer sweeps Falcons

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The Yreka Miners girls defeated the visiting Central Valley Falcons 4-1 on Thursday. The boys downed CV 1-0 in dramatic fashion.

In the girls’ match, Jocelyn Capen put the Miners in front with a shot to the right side of the net at the 14-minute mark.

Eleven minutes later, Lacey Jackson made it 2-0 for Yreka, also putting her kick into the right corner of the goal. For just a second it appeared the Falcon keeper might make an effort to stop the shot, but apparently just figured, “Eh, why bother?” (more…)

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Miner St. Meat Market Yreka Girls Basketball Player of the Week: Tidwell 2X

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Yreka Miners Coach Curly Culp has chosen Kaycie Tidwell as the Miner St. Meat Market Yreka Girls Basketball Player of the Week, “for coming back from an injury, and contributing to the team and playing aggressive.”

Congratulations Kaycie. Your certificate for the Miner St. Meat Market will be arriving soon.

Thanks Miner St. Meat Market!

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Subway Trinity Wolves Girls Basketball Player of the Week: Leiper

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The Subway Trinity Wolves Girls Basketball Player of the Week is Harley Leiper.

“(Leiper) was challenged, and stepped up, scoring eight points against Weed,” said Coach Mike Garcia.

Congratulations Harley. Coach has your certificate for Subway.

Thanks Subway!

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Outdoor Toy Showcase at Sportsmen’s Expo

Have you outgrown your outdoor recreation toys and want to sell them? The Siskiyou Central Credit Union Sportsman’s Expo & NorCal Invitational Chainsaw Carving Championships will give you that opportunity at the Siskiyou Golden Fairgrounds on March 12-13.

The Sportsman’s Expo is the perfect venue for sellers and buyers of used outdoor recreation equipment including boats, trailers, ATVs, trucks, etc. For a $30 fee, sellers can purchase a space to park your “toy” at the Expo and put a “for sale” sign on it (one item per space). The fee will include one admission to the 9th Siskiyou Credit Union Sportsman’s Expo. You will be coming to the Expo anyway so why don’t you try to make a little cash while you are at it! Buyers will be able to browse through the lot and take home a new toy for recreation fun. (more…)

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Wildwood Crossing Etna Lions Girls Basketball Player of the Week: Swanton

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The Wildwood Crossing Etna Lions Basketball Player of the Week is Delaney Swanton.

“Delaney has stepped up and continued her hustle and defense, which she has contributed to the team for the entire season. Delaney, the third sophomore on the team, has taken advantage of her increased playing time due to injuries to teammates,” said Coach Les Helsley.

Congratulations Delaney. You have a certificate from Wildwood Crossing coming your way.

Thanks Wildwood Crossing!

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Doc Swenson’s Quick Clips: Happy Camp Cheerleaders

Happy Camp Cheerleaders during halftime of the Indians 58-42 win over Dunsmuir on Tuesday, February 2, 2016.

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Sheep Mountain Embroidery Yreka Boys Soccer Players of the Week: Pierce & Hogan

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The Sheep Mountain Embroidery Yreka Boys Soccer Players of the Week are Andrew Pierce and Mike Hogan.

Coach Scott Daugherty chose Pierce for, “outstanding saves and sacrifice.”

Hogan is an, “all-around teammate, captain and is exceptional in coverage,” said Coach Scott Daugherty

Congratulations Andrew and Mike. Your gift certificates will be arriving soon.

Thanks Sheep Mountain Embroidery!

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