Eagles softball sweeps Redwoods

Eagle Kendall Moser was the winning pitcher in both games against Redwoods.

Eagle Kendall Moser was the winning pitcher in both games against Redwoods.

The College of the Siskiyous Eagles softball team opened Golden Valley Conference play by sending the invading Corsairs sailing home with a pair of losses on Friday.

The Eagles had a 7-0 lead over Redwoods (0-2, 8-12) in the first game of the double dip, but the Corsairs came back to take an 11-10 advantage in the seventh inning.

Siskiyous won the game in the bottom of the inning, 12-11, when Hannah Newman drove in Kaly Alik from 3rd base.

With the contest tied 4-4, Ashley Cain launched a 2-run big fly in the sixth inning of game-two that gave Siskiyous a 6-4 win.

Kendall Moser recorded both wins in the circle.

Siskiyous (2-0, 7-9) is scheduled to play non conference doubleheaders at Gavilan (8-16) and San Jose (12-7) on Saturday and Sunday.

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Bears and Miners are winners on Day-2 of Gold Nugget Jamboree

Bodie Kindley drives in a pair of runs for the Bears.

Bodie Kindley drives in a pair of runs for the Bears.

The Mt. Shasta Bears defeated the Klamath Union Pelicans 18-5 on Thursday afternoon at the Gold Nugget Jamboree in Yreka.

Kaden Riccomini had six RBIs in the five-inning game. Bodie Kindley drove in three runs.

The Bears threw Kaimana Ferguson, Ian Allen and Hunter Stock. Ferguson started on the hill, and was credited with the win.

Mt. Shasta (4-3) faces Del Norte (0-1) at 10:30 am on Friday.

The Yreka Miners defeated Del Norte, 4-3, in the evening game, to go to 1-1 at the Jamboree.

Yreka trailed 2-1 heading into the bottom of the seventh inning, but was able to send the game to extra innings tied 2-2. (more…)

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Subway Mt. Shasta Bears Dirt Dog of the Week: Gunter

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The Subway Mt. Shasta Bears Dirt Dog of the Week is Shaun Gunter.

“Gunter had a great weekend all around,” said Coach Chuck Mahan. “He pitched great against Willows, had three hits, two RBIs, and played good defense in left field.”

Congratulations Shaun. Your certificate for Subway will arrive soon.

Thanks Subway!

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Wildwood Crossing Etna Lions Softball Player of the Week: Olson

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The Wildwood Crossing Etna Lions Softball Player of the Week is Claire Olson.

Olson, “was a work horse for us behind the plate at the Anderson Tourney, catching all five games,” said Coach Harold Bennett

The Lions went 3-2 at the tournament.

Congratulations Claire. Your certificate from Wildwood Crossing will arrive soon.

Thanks Wildwood Crossing!

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Pirates strike gold, Miners still digging

Miner Kyle Woodward fields a ball at third base.

Miner Kyle Woodward fields a ball at third base.

YrekaTransferNewThe Phoenix Pirates struck gold on the first day of the Yreka Gold Nugget Jamboree, downing the Miners 13-1, on a rainy Wednesday.

The Pirates put up five runs in the first inning, on three hits, two errors and a passed ball.

Yreka posted its only run in the bottom of the second inning, when Dylan Quigley found home after a wild pitch. Quigley originally reached base by taking a pitch in the back.

Phoenix added eight more runs over the remainder of the seven inning contest.

The Miners (3-2) play Del Norte on Thursday at Hibbard Field, with a scheduled start time of 5:00 pm.

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Subway Weed Cougars Dirt Dog of the Week: Page

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The Subway Weed Cougars Dirt Dog of the Week is Dillon Page.

Page, “did well on the mound, and behind the plate for us. He got the win against Dunsmuir,” said Coach Josh Oates.

Congratulations Dillon. Your certificate for Subway will arrive soon.

Thanks Subway!

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Mountain Village RV Park Etna Lions Boys Baseball Player of the Week: Thom

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Coach Robbie Munson’s choice for the Mountain Village RV Park Etna Lions Boys Baseball Player of the Week is Robert Thom.

In his first outing, Thom threw 61 pitches in 5 1/3 innings without allowing a run, while striking out seven batters.

Congratulations Robert. Your certificate for Mountain Village will arrive soon.

Thanks Mountain Village RV Park and Shell Station!

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Miner St. Meat Market Yreka Baseball Player of the Week: Horvath

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The Miner St. Meat Market Yreka Baseball Player of the Week is Quinn Horvath.

“Horvath did a great job at the plate last week. He was 6/10, with three RBIs, and also pitched two shutout innings of relief,” said Coach Jason Freitas.

Congratulations Quinn. Your certificate for the Miner St. Market will arrive soon.

Thanks Miner St. Meat Market!

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Subway COS Lady Eagles Basketball Players of the Week: The Daileys

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Assistant Coach Noelle Collier’s pick for the Subway COS Lady Eagles Basketball Players of the Week are Megan (L) and Melissa Dailey.

Megan and Melissa were selected for the All-state Tournament Team last Sunday at the CCCAA State Championship Tourney. Siskiyous finished 2nd in the state.

“In their second game, they both scored 24 points and had seven rebounds,” said Collier. “They are the first twins to make the All-state Team.”

Congratulations Megan and Melissa. Coach has your certificates for Subway.

Thanks Subway!

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Coffee Brake Lady Bears Softball Player of the Week: L. Rhoades

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The Coffee Brake Lady Bears Softball Player of the Week is Leslie Rhoades.

Rhoades was 3-0 pitching at the Anderson Tourney last week, with just five earned runs. At the plate, she went 4/12 with a home run.

Congratulations Leslie. Coach has your certificate.

Thanks Coffee Brake!

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Subway COS Eagles Baseball Player of the Week: Bell

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Coach Nick Thielman’s pick for the Subway COS Eagles Baseball Player of the Week is Devin Bell.

“Bell had four hits on the weekend against Butte College. In the Eagles’ 10-5 win on Saturday, Devin was 2/3 with an RBI single,” said Thielman. “He is now batting .450 in conference games.”

Congratulations Devin. Your certificate for Subway will arrive soon.

Thanks Subway!

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Chico Invitational photos by Janine Turner

Yreka High School grad Jena Turner was 2nd in the 400m Hurdles, running for Chico State.

Yreka High School grad Jena Turner was 2nd in the 400m Hurdles, running for Chico State.

Results of Siskiyou County interest from Chico Invitational

Women’s results

Jena Turner, Chico State: 400m Hurdles – 2nd, 1:02.53; 4×400 relay team member – 1st

Jazzmin Bryan, COS: 400m Hurdles – 4th, 1:09.79

Michelle Kinney, COS: Javelin – 8th, 29.60m

Men’s results

Eli Chapman, SOU: 200m – 7th, 22.89; 4×100 relay team member – 2nd

Tim Rose, COS: 5000m – 2nd, 16:31.01

Parker Lapsley, COS: High Jump – 3rd, 1.88m

Justin Kaelin, COS: Shot Put – 4th, 13.88m

Jackson Davis, COS: Discus – 8th, 37.24m

George Tomal, COS: Javelin – 2nd, 52.51m

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Golden Rush Espresso Yreka Miners Softball Player of the Week: Cox

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The Golden Rush Espresso Yreka Miners Softball Player of the Week is Ashley Cox.

“Cox led the team in hits and RBIs, and had a 3-run home run,” said Coach John Marquez. “She also worked hard behind the plate all six games.”

Yreka went 5-1 at the Anderson small schools tourney last weekend.

Congratulations Ashley. Your gift card for Golden Rush Espresso will arrive soon.

Thanks Golden Rush!

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Mt. Shasta girls advance to the North Region Final Four, with win over San Joaquin Memorial

Emily Andrus, shown here in an earlier playoff game, had a game-high 20 points against San Joaquin.

Emily Andrus, shown here in an earlier playoff game, had a game-high 20 points against San Joaquin.

The Mt. Shasta Bears girls basketball squad continued to make the CIF seeding committee look foolish on Saturday, with a 47-38 win over the Central Section champion and six-seed San Joaquin Memorial Panthers (24-9).

The Bears (26-5), who were runner up in the Northern Section, were seeded 14th out of 16 teams in the North Region of the state championship tournament. Last Wednesday, they traveled to Eureka and took out #3 St. Bernard’s (20-9).

Going into the San Joaquin game, Bear Coach Kirk Andrus had a pretty good idea of what to expect in Fresno.

“I knew it would be a tough atmosphere, which it was. They are a well-rounded team,” said Andrus. “It was going to be a match up of big capable posts, slashing wings who can make the three and get to the basket. And, a match up of dynamic diminutive sophomore point guards.”

The Bears were tied with the Panthers, 12-12, at the end of the opening period. San Joaquin had a 21-20 edge at Halftime.

Kacey Cain had eight points in the first half. Lily Hitchcock dropped in a pair of 3-pointers for six total points, and Emily Andrus had five.

At the intermission, Coach Andrus made some adjustments. (more…)

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Lady Eagles 2017 Softball Camp

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Siskiyous women defeat Palomar, 73-51, will play for state championship on Sunday

Megan Dailey, shown here earlier in the season against Chabot, scored 24 points against Palomar on Saturday.

Megan Dailey, shown here earlier in the season against Chabot, scored 24 points against Palomar on Saturday.

Celestial Prom copyThe South 4-seed Palomar Comets (28-3) probably didn’t know what hit them in the first quarter of their semifinal game against the College of the Siskiyous Eagles. COS jumped out to a 20-3 lead in the opening period.

However, Palomar battled back in the second stanza, closing the gap to seven points, 32-25, and would get even closer in the 2nd half.

In the third quarter, the Comets closed to within a possession, 38-35, with 6:55 on the clock, but it was their last gasp. Eagle Hannah Thompson connected from downtown, to make it 41-35, and start a 21-6 run to close out the quarter. Going into the final frame, COS led 56-41. Melissa Dailey had 10 points in the quarter, and Megan Dailey added seven. (more…)

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Black Bear Diner Scoreboard & Schedule 3/7 – 3/11

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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

Sunday, March 12

Women’s basketball

COS 54 – Mt. San Antonio 75 – CCCAA State Championship Tourney Final

Saturday, March 11

Girls basketball

#14 Mt. Shasta 47 – #6 San Joaquin Memorial 39 – Rd-2 CIF D-V State Playoffs

#3N COS 73 – #4S Palomar 51 – CCCAA State Championship Tourney Semifinals

Softball

Mt. Shasta 3 – Orland 12 @ Anderson Tourney

Mt. Shasta 17 – South Fork 1 @ Anderson Tourney

Yreka 0 – Central Valley 10 @ Anderson Tourney

Yreka 4 – Hoopa 3 @ Anderson Tourney

Yreka 10 – Happy Camp 0 @ Anderson Tourney

Etna 15 – Fall River 3 @ Anderson Tourney

Etna 2 – Central Valley 4 @ Anderson Tourney

Baseball

Yreka 6 – Colfax 5 @ Oroville Tourney

Etna 4 – Anderson 4 Oroville Tourney

Mt. Shasta 3 – Gridley 1 @ Colusa Tourney

Mt. Shasta 20 – American Christian 12 @ Colusa Tourney

Butte 13 – COS 1 G-2

Butte 5  COS 10 G-1

Friday, March 10

Softball

Yreka 9 – Fall River 0 @ Anderson Tourney

Yreka 8 – Orland 3 @ Anderson Tourney

Yreka 10 – Weed 0 @ Anderson Tourney

Mt. Shasta 8 – Quincy 2 @ Anderson Tourney

Mt. Shasta 8 – Hoopa 2 @ Anderson Tourney

Mt. Shasta 14 – Hamilton @ Anderson Tourney

Happy Camp 1 – Anderson 11 @ Anderson Tourney

Happy Camp 5 – Portola 7 @ Anderson Tourney

Etna 17 – Happy Camp 2 @ Anderson Tourney

Etna 11 – Portola 2 @ Anderson Tourney

Etna 7 – Anderson 9  @ Anderson Tourney

Weed 3 – Fall River 18 @ Anderson Tourney

Baseball

Yreka 14 – Anderson 0 @ Oroville Tourney
Eamon Velarde tossed a 5-inning no hitter.

Yreka 5 – St. Bernard’s 6 @ Oroville Tourney

Etna 1 – Chico 9 @ Oroville Tourney

Etna 3 – Colfax 9 @ Oroville Tourney

Mt. Shasta 3 – Willows 5 @ Colusa Tourney

Mt. Shasta 6 – Gridley 7 @ Colusa Tourney

Butte 13 – COS 0

Women’s Basketball

#3N COS 93 – #2S East Los Angeles 81 – CCCAA State Championship Tourney Quarterfinal (more…)

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