• The Siskiyou Golden Fair is seeking individuals or groups that would like to showcase some of the many reasons that Siskiyou County is such a great place! If you belong to an organization or are an individual who would like to showcase your abilities at the 2014 Siskiyou Golden Fair, the fair wants you!

    Entry forms are available online at www.sisqfair.com, or in the fair office.

    “This is a great way to show the world how great Siskiyou County is,” stated CEO Cliff Munson. “Our fair is truly a showcase of our history, culture and traditions!” (more…)

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    College of the Siskiyous Track and Field coach Shannon Maas choice for the Ellie’s Espresso & Bakery Athlete of the Week is Kristina Busby.

    “Kristina earned her second ‘athlete of the week’ in 2014 by running 12.30 at the Chico Twilight meet in the 100 meter dash, breaking the 23 year old school of 12.35. She’s scheduled to run at University of Oregon in the 100 this weekend at the Oregon Relays,” said Maas (more…)

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    RV spaces for the 2014 Siskiyou Golden Fair will go on sale in the fair office at 1712 Fairlane Rd. in Yreka on May 1, 2014. The RV park usually fills up within the first 48 hours and space is limited.

    “We try to accommodate as many fair families as possible,” stated CEO Cliff Munson. “And to do this we have established the following guidelines.”

    On Thursday, May 1 the office will open at 8:00 am and we will serve individuals on a first come, first served basis in the office. Because of the number of folks wanting a space, we are unable to take phone orders. As in the past, renters are limited to (2) two spaces per contract and the renter must be present with payment to sign the contract. Spaces for 2014 will be $175.00 each, or $100.00 for dry camp (Due to power limitations, dry camp does not include any water or power hookups). To secure a space, you must bring the overall length of your RV with you (measured from hitch to bumper or spare tire) and the required payment. We must get you into a spot that is adequate in length to comply with State Fire Marshall requirements. (more…)

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    Mt. Shasta softball coach Chief Burcell’s choice for the Pepsi of Mt. Shasta Lady Bear Softball Player of the Week is Ashley Cain.

    Cain was 4-0 last week in the circle, registering 34 strikeouts. She also drove in 11 runs, and hit two home runs and three doubles. (more…)

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    Article and photos by Richard Allan

    The Trinity Wolves clashed with the U-Prep Panthers on Tuesday in Redding. It took nine innings to decide the non-conference match up, with the Panthers prevailing, 8-7.

    U-Prep (13-4) took a 1-0 lead in the first inning. Trinity tied the score in the third with Jesse Cody scoring on Daniel Hill’s grounder to short.

    The Wolves (3-13) grabbed a four-run advantage in the fourth, taking advantage of hit batters and Panther fielding miscues for a 5-1 edge.

    U-Prep countered with two runs in the bottom frame to cut the deficit to 5-3.

    The Wolves pushed the lead back to four with a two-out rally in the fifth. Wyatt Whitman legged out a single and scored on a hit-and-run with Tyler Cannon at the plate. Cannon singled to center and went to second on the throw home. Cody followed with a single through the right side, scoring Cannon and giving the Wolves a 7-3 advantage. (more…)

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    The Pepsi of Mt. Shasta Track & Field Athlete of the Week is Mt Shasta’s Eli Chapman.

    Chapman won the 100m and 200m races at the Fair Weather Meet in Mt. Shasta last Thursday. He followed that up with a win in the 100m at the John Frank Invite on Saturday, as well as a 2nd place finish by 2/100 of a second in the 200m. Chapman has the 2nd fastest 200m time in the North Section at 22.54 and the 3rd fastest 100m time at 11.13. (more…)

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    Photos by Janine Turner

    The Yreka High School track and field team competed at the Roseburg Invite on Saturday.

    Top-five Individual finishes

    Cody Griffith: 1st 800m
    Clayton Bunn: 3rd 1500m
    Payson Collins: 5th 110m Hurdles
    Kamryn Jackson: 5th 3000m
    Jena Turner: 1st 300m Hurdles, 2nd 100m Hurdles, 2nd High Jump
    Ashley Ensminger: 5th 100m Hurdles (more…)

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    Photos by Howard Albecker

    The Etna Lady Lions shut down the Weed Cougars in Friday’s doubleheader. Etna won the first game in Weed 16-0 and game-two 17-0. (more…)

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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 updated 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, April 12


    COS 1 – Shasta 7 G-2

    COS 0 – Shasta 2 G-1


    COS v Redwoods G-2

    COS 8 – Redwoods 7 G-1


    Yreka @ Jim Robinson Twilight (Roseburg)
    Etna, Trinity, Weed @ John Frank Invite (Central Valley)
    COS @ Chico Twilight Invite

    Friday, April 11


    Yreka 15 – Central Valley 1 (5)

    Weed 0 – Etna 17 G-2

    Weed 0 – Etna 16 G-1


    Weed 7 – Etna 2 G-2

    Weed 8 – Etna 7 (8) G-1

    Yreka JV 3 – Enterprise JV 8 (more…)

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    The community is invited to share an evening of poetry with readings from College of the Siskiyous faculty poets. Poem in Your Pocket Night will be held Thursday, April 24 at the COS Weed Campus Library. The doors will open at 6:30 pm for “open mic” signups and readings will begin at 7:00 pm. Faculty members will read their own poetry from 7:00 to 7:30 pm. Faculty members who are participating include: Maria Fernandez, Jacalyn McNamara, and others. A short intermission will follow the faculty poets, with the poetry open mic concluding the event. Readers can read their original work or that of another author. COS students, staff, and community members are all welcome to read poetry and attend this event. (more…)

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    Photos by Howard Albecker

    On Friday, the Weed Cougars accomplished something that hasn’t happened for at least 16 years, according to Cougar baseball coach Josh Oates–they swept a doubleheader from the Etna Lions.

    Weed won the first game, 8-7, at Son’s Field in Weed in the eighth inning.

    For Weed, James Brunello was 2/4 with 2 runs and an RBI. Thairen Sivongsa went 1/2 and scored a run. Aidan Hagarty and Blake Foster were each 1/3 with a run. Jacob Turner notched the win in relief.

    The second game went Weed’s way, 7-2.

    Foster was 3/4 for the Cougars, with 2 runs, an RBI and a pair of doubles. Spencer Hall scored twice and went 3/4. Carlos Sanchez drove in 3 runs, scored a run and had 2 doubles, going 2/3. Turner was 2/3 with an RBI. (more…)

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    Former College of the Siskiyous softball coach Doug Eastman has been named head softball coach at Yavapai College, a community college, in Prescott, Arizona.

    Eastman flew to Arizona last week for an interview process and facilities tour that lasted three days. He was offered and accepted the position on Thursday of this week.

    Eastman said that Prescott is a small city of about 43,000 people and that the community really embraces Yavapai Roughriders sports.

    The Roughriders softball program won the NJCAA National Championship in 2009 and 2011. However, the college does not have a team this year. So, Eastman will be have a fresh squad when he starts work in two weeks. Although the squad will be new, he won’t have to start from scratch. The Roughriders already have 11 letters of intent signed, and offer a total of 24 scholarships. NJCAA schools are able to offer scholarships, unlike California community colleges. They also compete for a national championship, unlike California schools.

    The actual interview process took seven hours, with two hours spent with the president of the school. Eastman called the time spent with the president “refreshing” and said that it was more total time than any president in his prior 12 years of coaching had spent communicating with him. (more…)

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    The Yreka Lady Miners put the game away in just a couple of innings against the visiting Central Valley Falcons (0-3, 1-7) on Friday. Yreka posted five runs on the board in the first inning and eight more in the second stanza, on the way to a 15-1 rout. On Tuesday, Yreka swept a doubleheader at Central Valley, 19-5, 16-4.

    Kendall Moser started Friday’s game in the circle and tossed two perfect innings with 3 strikeouts. She was also perfect at the plate, going 2/2 with 4 RBIs. Megan Hassell was 2/2 with a run and 2 RBI. McKenzie Pellizzer scored twice, drove in a pair of runs and went 2/3. Taylor Brown was 2/3 and scored twice. Abi Hansen scored and drove in a run, going 2/3 with a double. Bre Ruelas was 1/1. Kaylee King went 1/2 with 2 runs and an RBI. Chantell Fraser was 1/2. Courtney Huston scored twice, went 1/3 and had an RBI.

    Tanaya Wilson threw two innings (ER, H, 2 BB, 4 K). Shannon White pitched one perfect inning with a pair of strikeouts. (more…)

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    The Fair Weather Meet was held at Mt. Shasta High School on Thursday.

    Varsity individual event multiple winners

    Mt. Shasta

    Eli Chapman: 100m, 200m
    Chris Morzenti: 800m, 1600m
    Dominic Tognolini: Shot Put, Discus
    Emily Andrus: 200m, 400m
    Madeleine Moyer: 100m Hurdles, Pole Vault – Moyer’s mark of 10′ in the Pole Vault is the best in the North Section so far this season.
    Sophia Ackerman-Mero: Shot Put, Discus


    Ashley Lee: 100m, 200m (more…)

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    The Pepsi of Mt. Shasta Track & Field Athlete of the Week is Yreka senior Clayton Bunn.

    Bunn won both the 1600m (4:20.02) and 3200m (9:35.63) races at the Enterprise High School Hornet Invite last Saturday. Bunn’s 1600m and 3200m times from the Hornet Invite are the best so far this season in the North Section. He also has the top time in the 800m (2:00.80), set at the Siskiyou County Schools meet in March. (more…)

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