• 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 or call 530-340-0811. Email: siskiyouyouth@sisqtel.net

    Saturday, September 20

    Football
    COS @ Sequoias, postponed

    Volleyball
    Etna 2 – Hoopa Valley 3 (25-11, 20-25, 22-25, 25-19, 13-15)

    Etna JV 2 – Hoopa Valley 0 (25-19, 25-10)

    Cross Country
    Yreka @ Northwest Classic

    Soccer
    Trinity 5 -Butte Valley 2

    Friday, September 19

    Football
    Yreka 48 – Brookings Harbor 6

    Yreka JV 37 – Brookings Harbor JV 6

    Etna 22 – Hoopa Valley 20

    Etna JV 27 – Hoopa Valley JV 40

    Weed 20 – Portola 46

    Weed JV lost to Portola JV

    Mt. Shasta bye

    Trinity 30 – Modoc 20

    Trinity JV 21 – Modoc JV 0

    Dunsmuir 30 – Tulelake 56

    Butte Valley 12 – Redding Christian 53

    Happy Camp 8 – Big Valley 52

    Volleyball
    Happy Camp 0 – Big Valley 3 (4-25, 6-25, 17-25)

    Cross Country
    Mt. Shasta, Trinity, Weed, Etna, Golden Eagle @ Mt. Shasta Invitational (more…)

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    By Kady Porterfield

    Thursday night was not only a volleyball game, but also a celebration as Butte Valley High School presented the Grand Re-Opening of their newly painted gym. Thank you gifts were presented to everyone involved and then the official ribbon was cut. The people of Butte Valley were very pleased to finally see their gym back in it’s own school colors. The celebration was sealed perfectly when Angelina Surface of the Butte Valley volleyball team stood and sang the national anthem. With a voice that left goosebumps, it was surely one of the best performances heard in that gym for a very long time.

    By game time, the visiting Etna Lions and the Butte Valley Bulldogs were ready to battle it out on the net. The first two sets were back-and-forth until the Lions were able to close out both in the end. Then, Etna blew out the home squad in the final set to take the match 3-0 (25-19, 25-15, 25-7).

    In the first set, the Bulldogs started with the serve, but quickly turned it over to Etna after an error in play. Lillian Tapia would get the point back off a kill from the outside to tie 1-1. Two Bulldog errors and a kill from Lion Hayley Kaae gave Etna a 4-1 lead. Butte Valley became victorious after a long rally that ended in an Etna error, but Kaae showed her presence at the net once again as she got a kill off an overpass. Claire Olson stepped up to serve an ace, but Taylor Gonzalez had her own answers from the serving line as she came up with three aces to give Butte Valley the lead 7-6. Surface hit a deep kill to further the lead 8-6. There was a long fought rally once again, but this time Butte Valley would fall short. Emily Decker would serve an ace for the Bulldogs, then combined points on Lion’s errors would extend their lead 11-8. Lion Mariya Whittaker came in the game and quickly went up for a kill. Surface was able to muster up an ace before Etna’s Brenna Black was able to send over a hit from the back row to set the score at 13-10. An ace from Mariah Baldwin would leave the Bulldogs leading 15-11. Whittaker started a comeback for the Lions with another kill and Etna was able to hold on through several Bulldog errors that tied up the game 15-15. Dani Eiler served three aces in a row to take the lead for good at 19-17 for the Lions. Hannah Reynolds would knock down a kill from the middle to tie the game at 19-19, before Etna ran the rest of the set, closing it out with back-to-back kills from Lexi Morrill and Katie Turner. (more…)

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    The Coffee Brake Mt. Shasta Bear Soccer Player of the Week is Brighton Loughlin.

    Brighton, “had a hat trick (last) Thursday, and played awesome all weekend long, scoring goals and had several assists,” said Bear Coach Brad Robinson. “Played outstanding overall games. Provided excellent leadership from captain roll.” (more…)

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    I’ve always enjoyed road trips to the McArthur-Fall River Mills area to cover sports because the fans there are among the best in the North Section–friendly, knowledgeable, enthusiastic and generally show good sportsmanship. That feeling was reenforced yesterday, when McArthur resident Jennifer Whitaker Leighton sent photos from a junior high game between Weed and Fall River back in 2012 to be used as part of the Weed Replacement photos that SiskiyouYouth.com is offering to victims of the Boles Fire.

    Very cool. Thank you Jennifer! (more…)

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    Jarrod Althaus-Cressman scored four minutes into the Mt. Shasta Bears match against the Trinity Wolves on Thursday. Althaus-Cressman scored again eight minutes later, opening the floodgates for the home team. Over the next 11 minutes, the Bears added goals by Brighton Loughlin, Ryan Hering and Parker Page for a 5-0 lead at the 23-minute mark. A goal by Jaden Anderson four minutes before the end of the first half made it 6-0 at halftime.

    Herring added a header goal in the second half for a final of 7-0. (more…)

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    The College of the Siskiyous Lady Eagles softball team will be holding a car wash fundraiser on Saturday in the HRF Powersports parking lot at 1301 South Main St, in Yreka from 11:00 am – 4:00 pm.

    All proceeds will go to Boles Fire victim relief, with a minimum suggested donation of $5.00 (more…)

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    In response to the Boles Fire disaster, Scott Valley Bank is donating $10,000 to the Community Disaster Relief Fund administered by the Shasta Regional Community Foundation (SRCF). The bank considers the SRCF uniquely qualified to expedite funding directly to the families, nonprofits and organizations that offer the swiftest triage to the immediate family burdens and to the restoration of the Community of Weed. In addition to the $10,000 donation, Scott Valley Bank is making all of its branches available to receive cash donations to the SRCF Community Disaster Relief Fund for Boles Fire disaster restoration efforts.

    Dan Taylor, EVP/Regional Director for the Bank states, “Our hearts go out to those families and businesses directly affected as they begin the painful process of salvaging memories from the ashes, restoring their lives, and returning to their jobs. We extend our praise and appreciation to the brave firefighters who evacuated the community safely, and to all the volunteers who are responding in great numbers with the resilient spirit and drive of Siskiyou to assist in the restoration.” (more…)

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    The Sheep Mountain Embroidery Butte Valley Athlete of the Week is Goalkeeper Ty Sullivan.

    Sullivan had 12 saves in the Bulldogs’ 3-0 win over Modoc last week.

    Ty, “is a first year goalie who has been going above and beyond putting in the work to be a good goalie by researching drills, staying after practice and putting in extra workouts in the morning,” said Bulldog Coach Wendy Levesque. (more…)

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    The Subway’s owned by the Papas family in Weed and Mt. Shasta are offering a gift card deal to help the victims of the Boles Fire in Weed.

    “For every gift card purchased over 25 bucks and donated to boles fire victims I will donate two 6″ sandwich coupons to the purchaser. They can then donate coupons or use as they wish,” said owner Chris Pappas.

    So, the deal is: you buy a gift card for $25 or more that is donated to Boles Fire victims and you get a pair of six inch sandwich coupons to use as you wish–donate them as well to the fire victims or use them to get yourself a couple of sandwiches.

    This offer is good at the Subway located at 86 North Weed Blvd, Weed, and at the Subway in Ray’s Shopping Center, Mt. Shasta. (more…)

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    Claire Olson is the Wildwood Crossing Etna Volleyball Player of the Week.

    “In the Arcata tourney, Claire really stepped up in the back row with a digging percentage of 94% for the tourney,” said Etna Coach Linda Berry. “Serving was consistent and she talked extremely well with her team.” (more…)

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    As announced a couple of days ago, these photos are being posted so that victims of the Boles Fire in Weed can try to replace some of the photos/memories that were lost in the fire. The photos are free for the families. Anyone, fire victim or not, can download the low resolution versions directly by right clicking and saving. The right click low resolution option is always free on SiskiyouYouth.com thanks to our awesome advertisers and sponsors.

    For those of you who lost homes in the fire, you can contact me at siskiyouyouth@sisqtel.net to obtain prints. Each family may request up to two 8×10 prints and three 4×6 prints for free. Also, you may request the digital files, which will allow you to make your own prints any size and as many as you want. There is no charge for the digital file, but you would have to pay to have the prints made at a vendor of your choice.

    The 2009 photos will be posted some time next week.

    (more…)

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    Ty Currie is the Miner Perk Yreka Football Player of the Week.

    Currie rushed for 161 yards and two touchdowns against Del Norte last week, He also threw for 64 yards and a pair of TDs. Oh, and he an an interception and 10 total tackles. (more…)

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    As announced a couple of days ago, these photos are being posted so that victims of the Boles Fire in Weed can try to replace some of the photos/memories that were lost in the fire. The photos are free for the families. Anyone, fire victim or not, can download the low resolution versions directly by right clicking and saving. The right click low resolution option is always free on SiskiyouYouth.com thanks to our awesome advertisers and sponsors.

    For those of you who lost homes in the fire, you can contact me at siskiyouyouth@sisqtel.net to obtain prints. Each family may request up to two 8×10 prints and three 4×6 prints for free. Also, you may request the digital files, which will allow you to make your own prints any size and as many as you want. There is no charge for the digital file, but you would have to pay to have the prints made at a vendor of your choice.

    Most of these photos predate SiskiyouYouth.com and were originally run in the Sports Source, which was published with Cindy Summers’ Siskiyou Source newspaper. Luckily, I haven’t ditched my old computer yet, and was able to find these. As you’ll see many are not of the highest quality. Some were actually shot using an old point and shoot camera. None of them will make great prints, but a few might make OK prints. Photos in the slide shows coming up from more recent years will make better prints.

    (more…)

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    The Pepsi of Mt. Shasta Lady Eagles Volleyball Player of the Week is Elida Pelayo.

    “With Ashley (Ensminger) out hurt, Elida stepped into the outside hitter position and helped us to two wins,” said Coach Tom Powers. “She is definitely our utility player, as we can use her in every position.” (more…)

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     style=For most of the Seniors versus Juniors Powder Puff game there was a whole lot of not much–no score, not much ball movement, not much of anything. However, that all changed when Junior Quarterback Lacie Harris connected with Rory Bevacqua for a 60-yard touchdown strike with 2:50 to go in the third quarter.

    Trailing 6-0 halfway through the fourth quarter, it was looking pretty bleak for the yardage-challenge Seniors. They needed something to get them going. Something like a lucky bounce. That bounce came when Senior QB Alicia Mandt’s pass went off the intended receiver and Sam Foster snagged the fluttering pigskin. Foster was off to the races for a 62-yard TD, tying the score 6-6 with 5:50 to play in the game. (more…)

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    Kirstyn Teuscher is the Pepsi of Mt. Shasta Lady Bear Volleyball Player of the Week.

    Teuscher averaged 7 kills and 4 blocks per match against Mercy and Dunsmuir last week. She also turned in a strong performance at the Burney Tourney last weekend, helping the Bears to their second straight tournament win. (more…)

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    Scott River Custom Cabinets Etna Football Player of the Week is Zac Hansen

    Zac, “ran hard for some key first downs, and played hard on both sides,” said Etna coach Wade Dickinson. (more…)

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