The Subway Weed Soccer Player of the Week is the entire team.
“Everyone contributed to all three wins and one tie while playing three games on the road,” said Weed Coach Kelsea Ochs. (more…)Share on Facebook
The Trinity Wolves varsity volleyball team swept the Weed Cougars in three hard-fought sets on Tuesday. The visiting Wolves won the first set 25-20, came from behind to win set-two 26-24, and closed out the match with a 25-19 win in the third set.
Set-one was knotted at 10-10, when the Wolves went on a 5-0 run. Tessa Brooker got things started with a kill, 11-10. After a Weed miscue made it 12-10, Yori Hook dealt a pair of aces, for a 14-10 Trinity lead. A back row kill by Kendal Dummer put the Wolves up 15-10. The Cougars closed to within two points, 22-20, but two Weed errors followed by a Lily Camara kill gave Trinity the win, 25-20.
Trinity built a early four-point lead, 7-3, in the second set on a block by Lily Harwood. Weed came back to tie it at 8-8 via an ace from Paige Miller. Neither team was able to pull away by more than two points for the remainder of the set. The squads were tied 21-21, when Kaylee Weinzinger put the Wolves in front, 22-21, with a kill. A kill by Cougar Tia Palangvanh tied it at 22-22. Another successful Palangvanh spike put Weed on top 24-23. A Weed mistake tied it 24-24. Back-to-back kills by Sophia Ritachka gave the Wolves the win, 26-24. (more…)Share on Facebook
Paul Shadwell Jr. is the Miner Perk Yreka Football Player of the Week.
Shadwell led the team in receiving yards, and scored a touchdown against Anderson. He also had four tackles on defense. (more…)Share on Facebook
Trinity’s Tanner Smith staked the Wolves to a 1-0 lead in the first minute of play on Tuesday afternoon in Weed. However, the rest of the first half belonged to the Cougars, as Andrew Matheson’s three goals paced Weed to seven goals for a 7-1 lead at the intermission. Trinity came back with three quick tallies in the second half, but the Cougars countered with a pair of goals, including Matheson’s fourth, for a 9-4 win.
After Smith scored in the first minute for the Wolves, Matheson answered about two minutes later to tie the match at 1-1.
Matheson gave Weed the lead, 2-1, at the five-minute mark.
Hikaru Sato made it 3-1 at nine minutes.
Matheson made it a hat trick with his third goal 15 minutes into the match, 4-1. He then took a rest on the sideline until the second half. (more…)Share on Facebook
Kaycee Sarti is the Pepsi of Mt. Shasta Lady Bear Volleyball Player of the Week.
Sarti had 8 aces, 6 kills, 4 digs and a block in the Bears win over Trinity last week. (more…)Share on Facebook
Photos by Renee Finley
The Mt. Shasta Bears varsity volleyball team moved to 8-0 in Shasta Cascade League play, with a 3-0 win in Etna on Tuesday. The Bears have four matches remaining in the quest to be SCL perfect (Weed, Fall River, Modoc, Trinity).
The Bears won by set scores of 25-7, 25-16 and 25-12.
For the Bears, Kirstyn Teuscher led the way with 10 kills and three blocks. Kacey Cain also had 10 kills. Ashley Cain had 11 assists, two aces and two blocks. McKenlee Bryan came up with eight digs, and Madeline Moyer had seven. Mary Taylor recorded five assists, and Kaycee Sarti dealt a pair of aces.
Hayley Kaae notched three kills and two aces for the Lions. Lexi Morrill had seven assists and two kills.
Mt. Shasta (8-0, 20-5) hosts Weed (3-5, 7-9) next Tuesday.
Etna (2-6, 4-19) is at Modoc this Thursday.
The junior varsity Bears also won their match over the Lion JVs, 2-1. (more…)Share on Facebook
The Subway COS Eagles Football Players of the Week for the game against American River are Anthony Ocasio and Connor Schrader.
Ocasio had a pick-six, nine tackles and a sack.
Schrader carried eight times, running for 109 yards and a TD (80 yards).Share on Facebook
The North Section CIF released the initial 2014 Fall Soccer Playoff Points Rankings on Tuesday. The top eight teams make the playoffs.Share on Facebook
The host Cougars notched a relatively easy win in the first set, 25-17.
However, the Wolves came back to win a tough second set, 27-25, and then take another close contest in the third set, 16-14.
Trinity trailed late in both the second and third sets, before coming on strong at the finish to nab the wins. (more…)Share on Facebook
The Sheep Mountain Embroidery Butte Valley Athlete of the Week is volleyball player Hannah Reynolds.
“Hannah’s serves are very consistent, and her net play gets better every game. Last week, she used her quickness to turn in great performances against Tulelake and at Bonanza, both hitting and blocking with confidence,” said Bulldog Coach Michael Ball. “Her positive attitude and willingness to work are are exemplary.” (more…)Share on Facebook
Brenna Black is the Wildwood Crossing Etna Volleyball Player of the Week.
Brenna, “had an 11 straight serving streak in one game against Burney, and she dominated in the back row all week. Her digging percentage is above 90%,” said Etna Coach Linda Berry. (more…)Share on Facebook
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The Pepsi of Mt. Shasta Lady Eagles Volleyball Player of the Week is Casie Johnson.
“Against Feather River she was our go to player and delivered all night long. They had no answer for her,” said Coach Tom Powers. (more…)Share on Facebook
Photos by Howard Albecker
The Scott Valley Junior High Panthers won the “A” Division of the 2014 SCAL volleyball tourney on Saturday. The Grenada Wildcats were second.
The Panthers defeated the Wildcats in the hard-fought title match 2-1 (14-25, 25-18, 15-13).
Butte Valley defeated Jackson St. in the “B” Division championship match on Friday.
Both divisions of the tournament were held at Jackson St. (more…)Share on Facebook
Scott River Custom Cabinets Etna Football Player of the Week is John Michael Theofanides.
Theofanides led Etna in receiving against Fall River, scored a touchdown and picked off a pass. (more…)Share on Facebook