Subway COS Lady Eagles Basketball Player of the Week: Jones

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Coach Tom Powers’ pick for the Subway COS Lady Eagles Basketball Player of the Week is Destinee Jones.

“The energy she brings to our team is unmatched in the entire state,” said Powers. “She plays 100% every time she steps on the floor.”

Jones had 10 points and 16 boards in the Eagles’ win over Mission.

Congratulations Destinee. Coach has your certificate for Subway.

Thanks Subway!

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Bears defeat Miners for Consolation at Enterprise Tourney

Clara Jochim (L) and Emily Andrus battle for possession

Clara Jochim (L) and Emily Andrus battle for possession

By Richard Allan

The Mt. Shasta Bears girls defeated the Yreka Miners, 48-35, to win the Lady Hornet Consolation championship on Saturday at Enterprise High. Mt. Shasta grabbed a double-digit lead in the first quarter and maintained a comfortable margin to the final horn.

The Bears finished the first quarter with a 17-5 advantage behind the shooting of Kacey Cain and Lily Hitchcock. Cain scored seven points in the period, and finished with a game-high 16. Hitchcock poured in eight in the opening quarter, and ended up with 11 points for the game.

Emily Andrus found the touch in the second quarter and hit a couple of shots from long range late to squash the Miners last run. Andrus recorded 15 total points in the contest.

The Miners battled to the end and turned in a strong second half effort, after going to the halftime break trailing by double-digits, 28-9. However, the early hole proved to be too deep.

Yreka opened the third quarter with a renewed intensity and closed the gap to 13 points, 20-33, with less than two minutes left in the period. Courtlyn Rice hit a short jump hook and Kaycie Tidwell went coast-to-coast for a layup, igniting the Miners’ second half effort. (more…)

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Miner JVs win Corning Tourney

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YrekaTransferNewThe Yreka Miners boys junior varsity squad defeated the Durham Trojans 60-54 in the championship tilt of the Corning Tourney on Saturday.

Tycen Birch dropped 20 points on the Trojans. Trevor Ewing and Kobe Green each added 12 points.

Birch was selected tourney MVP. Cale Cool and Green were named All-Tourney.

The Miners took out Sutter in the semifinal game on Friday, 62-57 in overtime.

Birch also went off for 20 points in the semifinal. Green put up 14 points, and pulled down 11 boards. Weston Namanny contributed 12 points. (more…)

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Etna v Fall River JV girls photos and info

Etna's Cailey Rizzardo dropped in 13 points

Etna’s Cailey Rizzardo dropped in 13 points

Thanks to copious amounts of snow and ice, the Etna Tip-Off varsity and JV tournament turned into a few games instead. It also didn’t help that Pierce freaked out on Saturday morning and left without setting foot on the court.

Saturday’s only game featured the Etna Lions JV girls taking on the Fall River Bulldog JVs in what amounted to the JV division championship game…sorta.

Fall River led 12-3 at the end of the first quarter, and 28-18 at the half. The Bulldogs added two points to their lead by the end of the third quarter, 42-30.

Etna rallied in the fourth, but came up just a bit short, as Fall River hung on for a 51-48 win. (more…)

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Subway Mt. Shasta Bears Boys B-ball Player of the Week: Bauman

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The Subway Mt. Shasta Bears Boys B-ball Player of the Week is Kody Bauman.

Coach Cliff Blakely chose Bauman, “for his improved defense, and rebounding on both ends of the court.”

Congratulations Kody. Coach has your certificate for Subway.

Thanks Subway!

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Doc Swenson’s Quick Clips: Etna v Fall River JV Girls B-Ball

A couple of clips from the Etna JV girls 51-48 loss to Fall River in Etna on Saturday, January 7, 2017.

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Black Bear Diner Scoreboard & Schedule 1/3 – 1/7

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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, January 7

Girls Basketball

Mt Shasta 48 – Yreka 35 @ Enterprise Tourney
Bears win consolation

Slide show and story coming

Weed v Pierce @ Etna Tourney Canceled

Etna v Pierce @ Etna Tourney Canceled

Etna JV 48 – Fall River JV 51 @ Etna Tourney

Dunsmuir @ American Christian Tourney

Redwoods @ COS Canceled

Boys Basketball

Yreka 62 – Central Valley 32 @ Corning Shootout
Yreka scoring: Ryan Eastman 10, Daniel Leyva 10, Hunter Cowley 9, Robert Giannini 8, James Ward 8

Yreka JV 60 – Durham JV 54 @ Corning Shootout
Yreka wins JV division

Etna v Weed @ Etna Tourney Canceled

Dunsmuir @ American Christian Tourney

Redwoods @ COS Canceled

Friday, January 6

Girls Basketball

Yreka 65 – Willows 61 (OT) @ Enterprise Tourney
Yreka scoring: Nichelle Laffoon 19, Terra Crawford 15, Kaycie Tidwell 14, Ashley Cox 11

Mt Shasta 63 – Paradise 32 @ Enterprise Tourney
Mt. Shasta stats: Kacey Cain 18 P; Emily Andrus 12 P, 11 R, 10 A; Sam Benedict 10 P; Lily Hitchcock 10 P; Miranda Zanni 8

Burney 48 – Weed 50
Weed scoring: Rachel Michelon 17, Savanna Reynolds 12, Christina Amezcua 10
Cougars were 9/10 from the charity stripe in the 4th quarter

Dunsmuir @ American Christian Tourney

Boys Basketball

Yreka 48 – Sutter 54 @ Corning Shootout

Yreka JV 62 – Sutter 57 (OT) @ Corning Shootout
Yreka stats: Tycen Birch 20 P; Kobe Green 14 P, 11 R; Weston Namanny 12 P

Burney @ Weed

Dunsmuir @ American Christian Tourney

Thursday, January 5

Girls Basketball

Yreka 32 – Sacred Heart 35 @ Enterprise Tourney

Weed 32 – Etna 48 @ Etna Tourney

Weed JV 18 – Etna JV 60 @ Etna Tourney

Mt Shasta 32 – Las Plumas 41 @ Enterprise Tourney

Dunsmuir @ Mercy

Boys Basketball

Yreka 47 – Corning 64  @ Corning Shootout
Yreka scoring: Bryan Aldrete 11, Jacob Ragan 10

Yreka JV 57 – Corning JV 44 @ Corning Shootout
Yreka stats: Cale Cool 15 P; Tycen Birch 12 P; Kobe Green 11 P, 14 R

Weed 45 – Etna 47 @ Etna Tourney

Weed JV 53 – Etna JV 32

Dunsmuir 60 – Mercy 44

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Subway COS Eagles Mens Basketball Player of the Week: Lopez

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The Subway COS Eagles Men’s Basketball Player of the Week is Johnny Lopez.

Lopez averaged a trio of treys and 10 total points per game last week.

Congratulations Johnny. Coach has your certificate for Subway.

Thanks Subway!

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Coffee Brake Mt. Shasta Bears Girls B-ball Player of the Week: Cain

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The Coffee Brake Mt. Shasta Bears Girls B-ball Player of the Week is Kacey Cain.

Cain, “scored 13.3 ppg at the West Coast Jamboree, and guarded the best player in two D-3 wins, against Albany and Rosemont,” said Coach Kirk Andrus. “Most of all, she sparked us with her most consistent effort of the season.” (more…)

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Lions and Cougars battle at Etna tourney

Carson Dickinson with a steal-n-score

Carson Dickinson with a steal-n-score

The Etna Lions hosted the Weed Cougars in the first games of the Etna Tourney on Thursday night.

Early in the girls varsity match up, the Cougars took advantage of a Lions squad that looked like they were still on holiday. Weed dominated the first quarter and finished with a 12-5 advantage.

Etna put out a better offensive effort in the second stanza, but Weed still held a 23-21 lead at halftime. Cougar Rachel Michelon scored 11 points in the half, and Savanna Reynolds contributed eight.

The Lions defense came to life after the intermission, holding the Cougars to just one field goal in the 3rd, one in the fourth and a total of nine points in the entire second half.

Meanwhile, Cassidy Gilmore hit a pair of 3-pointers in the third quarter and Bre Buker added two buckets, to help Etna outscore Weed 15-6 in the period for a 36-29 advantage heading into the final frame. (more…)

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Music line up for 2017 Siskiyou Golden Fair

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Pepsi Bottling of Mt. Shasta, The Red Scarf Society, The Miners Inn Best Western and the Siskiyou Golden Fair have shook it up and are excited to announce a great music mania line up for the “Pioneer Days to Modern Ways” run of the 2017 Siskiyou Golden Fair!

Siskiyou Telephone “Two Dollar Night”, the opening night of the fair will bring the Buffalo Broadcasting local talent show followed by the first night of Left of Centre, the house band at Toby Keith’s, “I Love this Bar & Grill” in Las Vegas. Frank Garrett has been instrumental in bringing bands to the fair for the last few years and this year he will be bringing his own band “Left of Centre” to the Siskiyou Central Credit Union free mall stage for two big nights.

McDonald’s Kids Day, Thursday, brings the Red Scarf Society’s James Garner’s Tribute to Johnny Cash to the stage. “A Johnny Cash Tribute that walks the line,” is how this show is portrayed and it is sure to please the young and young at heart. The Red Scarf tribute will be followed by the second big night of Pepsi of Mt. Shasta’s “Left of Centre.”

Brookdale of Yreka’s Friday and Saturday’s Siskiyou Smile Design and Grange Co-op Armed Forces Day will bring the up-and-coming California based country and classic rock band Whiskey Maiden to the free mall stage.

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Lady Eagles mangle Mission

Ashlyn Welton scores two of her 10 points

Ashlyn Welton scores two of her 10 points

GirdnerThe College of the Siskiyous women’s basketball team finished 2016 with a 114-76 win over the Mission Saints, on Friday.

Ninth-ranked in the North Region, the Saints (9-8) not only kept up with the number-three Eagles in the first quarter, but led 26-25 heading into the second period.

Mission extended its lead a bit early in the second, but it wasn’t long before the Eagle offense took flight. By halftime, COS had a double-digit lead 61-51.

The second half belonged to the Eagles, as they outscored the Saints 53-25. (more…)

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Doc Swenson’s Quick Clips: COS v Lane men’s B-ball

A couple of clips of Justin Gaines doing work in the paint, during the Eagles 96-74 loss to Lane on Friday, December 30, 2016.

Daylon Blakely led COS with 25 points. Jonathan Lopez had 12, and Brandon Dozier put up 10 points.

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Doc Swenson’s Quick Clips: COS v Mission women’s B-ball

Video clips from the COS Eagles women’s 114-76 win over Mission on Friday, December 30, 2016.

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Eagles v Riverhawks men’s B-ball photos

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The College of the Siskiyous Eagles men’s basketball squad fell to the Umpqua Riverhawks on Wednesday, 75-55. Deontrey Fuller led Siskiyous with 14 points.

The Eagles will face Sac City on Thursday at 1:00 pm, and finish off the 2016 Siskiyous Classic against Lane at 2:00 pm on Friday.

Sac City downed Butte 90-69 on Wednesday. Lane took out Shasta 93-89.

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2016 Siskiyous Classic men’s basketball is underway

The Siskiyous Classic starts Wednesday at the College of the Siskiyous in Weed and continues on Thursday and Friday. The Classic features mens basketball squads from Oregon and Northern California.

Also, the COS women will play Mission at 4:00 pm on Friday, following the COS men’s game against Lane.

Wednesday

Shasta 89 – Lane 93

Butte 69 – Sac City 90

COS 55 – Umpqua 75

Thursday

COS 64 – Sac City 89

Shasta 88 – Umpqua 92

Lane 90 – Butte 81

Friday

12:00 pm: Butte v Umpqua

COS 74 – Lane 96

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Black Bear Diner Scoreboard & Schedule 12/28 – 12/30

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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

Wednesday, December 28

Girls Basketball

Mt. Shasta 38 – Cloverdale 39 @ West Coast Jamboree
Mt. Shasta scoring: Emily Andrus 14, Kacey Cain 11, Sam Benedict 11

Boys Basketball

Mt. Shasta 44 – Vallejo 46 @ Lindhurst Tourney
Mt Shasta scoring: Kaden Riccomini 24

Umpqua 75 – COS 55
COS scoring: Deontrey Fuller 14

Thursday, December 29

Girls Basketball

Mt. Shasta 56 – Albany 45 @ West Coast Jamboree
Mt. Shasta scoring: Emily Andrus 18, Sam Benedict 14, Kacey Cain 12, Lily Hitchcock 10

Boys Basketball

Mt. Shasta 55 – Churchill 53 @ Lindhurst Tourney
Mt Shasta scoring: Kaden Riccmini 16, Mason Fitzmorris 14, Kody Bauman 11

Sac City 89 – COS 64
COS scoring: Johnny Lopez 14, Juan Parrilla 13

Friday, December 30

Girls Basketball

Mt. Shasta 42 – Rosemont 24 @ West Coast Jamboree

Mission 76 – COS 114

Boys Basketball

Mt. Shasta 39 – Brookside Christian 71 @  Lindhurst Tourney

Lane 96 – COS 74

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