The Pepsi of Mt. Shasta Lady Cougar Volleyball Players of the Week are the Seniors.
“Jacque Dodson, Tia Palangvanh, Johanna Stensaas, Paige Miller, and Elyssa Fisher have dedicated themselves to WHS volleyball program for the last four years and have had a great amount of successes. They have all maintained above a 3.0 gpa and have been scholar-athletes for 4 years. WHS will miss these great young girls and wish them luck in their future journeys,” said Athletic Director Steve Neel. (more…)Share on Facebook
This spring College of the Siskiyous will offer two, three-unit, American Sign Language classes, Beginning (ASL 1020-01 / #3133), taught by Michele Rose. This is an excellent opportunity for those desiring skills in communicating with hearing impaired family members or friends as well as for emergency first responders, health care professionals, and public service workers. Beginning ASL will meet on Monday and Wednesday afternoon from 1:00 to 3:00 pm at the Weed Campus.
Why should students consider registering for this class: 1) Families with deaf or hard of hearing members can improve their communications skills; 2) Emergency First Responders can communicate with witnesses or victims who may be unable to hear or speak; 3) Care givers can more effectively respond to deaf or hearing impaired patients; 4) Parents of infants and toddlers can communicate with their children before the child’s speech is developed; and, 5) Widens career options. (more…)Share on Facebook
Scott River Custom Cabinets Etna Football Player of the Week is Harrison Hogun.
Harrison had, “two passing touchdowns, one receiving TD and played solid defense at the corner position (against Chester),” said Etna coach Wade Dickinson. (more…)Share on Facebook
Justin Burch is the Miner Perk Yreka Football Player of the Week.
Justin led the Miners in tackles in last week’s playoff game, making plays from sideline to sideline.
“We knew we had to play better defense against West Valley to compete. Justin lead the defense to do just that,” said Yreka Coach Orlyn Culp. (more…)Share on Facebook
The Miner Perk Yreka Volleyball Player of the Week is Taylor Callahan.
Callahan had 15 kills against Sutter in last week’s playoff match.
Taylor is, “one of the top five attackers in the North Section,” said Coach Scott Eastman. (more…)Share on Facebook
In two years of varsity baseball at Yreka, Parker has played 62 games, batting .323 with 64 runs and 43 RBIs. He is 19/21 in stolen base attempts. Parker played for the Klamath Cardinals in the 16-18 year old Babe Ruth World Series last summer and was named to the All-Defensive team. The Cardinals were the series runner up.
Parker said that the biggest factor in choosing to sign with the Hornets is that it is a Division-1 school located only about four hours from home, which he says will also work out well for his parents. Parker said that he really didn’t consider any other schools.
“I kinda stopped trying to get looked at after they (Sac State) offered it to me because that was a high choice on my list,” said Parker.
Sac States’ scholarship offer amounts to about 50-percent according to Parker. The school will pay for tuition, books and fees. He’ll be paying for room and board.
While looking forward to playing for the Hornets, Parker isn’t quite done playing Miner baseball yet. (more…)Share on Facebook
Each day you are confronted with many claims. For example you may have been told the position of the planets at the time of your birth will influence your future. A certain treatment will cure your illness and/or balance your energies. Your specific beliefs in a creator will determination whether you spend the hereafter in eternal bliss, or eternal torture.
How do you decide what to believe and what not to believe? Why is the human mind so easily fooled and how can you guard against it? Is there any harm in believing something that is false? Beginning in January, COS will offer a 3 unit, on-line class (PHYS 1020 / #3403) which will provide a scientific perspective on claims of the paranormal, supernatural, conspiracy theories, alternative medicine, etc. Michael Read is the instructor.
The course is a mixture of Science, Philosophy, and Psychology and will deal with many controversial topics related to people’s deepest held beliefs. The course will challenge you to think about and discuss your beliefs. If you are interested in the scientific perspective on weird phenomena such as UFO’s, Ghosts, ESP, Astrology, Alternative Medicine, God, Big Foot, Communication with the Dead, and Conspiracy theories and if you enjoy discussion and debate then you will enjoy this class.
COS offers many courses to choose from, however, popular classes and transfer classes quickly fill. Be sure to register early to get the classes you need and want. For more information about this class contact Instructor Read by email at firstname.lastname@example.org, or call (530) 938-5224. Registration for the spring semester is currently open. Payment for classes is due upon registration. (more…)Share on Facebook
Photos by Pam Borg and Brandt Gutermuth (last four)
The Yreka Miners varsity boys team won their fifth straight NSCIF Division-IV cross country title last Thursday at West Valley High School. They also took the overall NSCIF championship for the third time in the last four years. The Yreka girls won their first D-IV championship since 2005. The Yreka boys are the defending CIF D-IV state champions.
The Mt. Shasta Bears boys team was 2nd in D-V and the girls finished 4th in D-V.
Trinity’s Ben Harper won the boys varsity race in 15:55.80. Harper is the overall and D-V champion. Chris Morzenti from Mt. Shasta was 2nd (16:03.49) overall and in D-V. Yreka’s Matt Jochim won the D-IV title and was 3rd overall in 16:16.10. Yreka’s Brenden Beery was 2nd in D-IV and 5th overall (16:22.85). Michael Martin of Etna finished 7th in D-V (17:12.38), and Vivek Prasad from Weed was 46th (21:41.39).
Meri Krier finished 3rd in D-IV and 5th overall (19:30.95). Karly Gutermuth from Trinity was 2nd in girls D-V and 9th overall. Mt. Shasta’s Madeline Moyer finished 5th in D-V and 31st overall (21:26.74). Marron Bahen from Etna was 7th in D-V and 42nd overall (21:47.65). (more…)Share on Facebook
By Richard Allan
The playoffs bring a new season, and often times regular season results can just be thrown out the window. The seventh-seeded Yreka Miners trekked to the West Valley Pasture to face the heavily favored second-seeded Eagles in the first round of the NSCIF Division III playoffs, on Friday. In Northern Athletic League play, the Eagles rolled the Miners 47-14, while rushing the ball for 430 yards. But the Miners’ postseason berth started the team anew.
Yreka scored on its opening drive, and the defense soon established it would not be run over in the playoffs. The Miners controlled the tempo in the first half, but a couple miscues and an ankle injury to Drew Kannely-Robles in the second half proved to be too much to overcome, with the Eagles taking the contest, 27-13.
Yreka (6-5) started the game with some big plays in the passing game, going 79 yards in five plays to take the early advantage. Ty Currie connected with Paul Shadwell for 22 yards on the first play from scrimmage. Thomas Colla grabbed an aerial for 15 yards to get to the Eagle 35. Currie and Colla hooked up again from six-yards out for the touchdown. Aaron Freeze kicked the extra point for a 7-0 lead.
The Eagles took advantage of a shanked punt to get on the board late in the first quarter. West Valley (9-2) started at the Miner 30-yard line and tied the game with a five-yard run. (more…)Share on Facebook
The Subway COS Eagles Football Players of the Week for the game against Sierra are Jason Syverson and Kendrick Murphy.
Syverson had 10 tackles, 2 tackles for a loss and a sack. “He is really playing well this time a year, said COS Coach Charlie Roche.
Murphy pulled in 3 Receptions for 109 yards and a TD. He, “sparked our offense in the 3rd quarter with an 85 yard TD catch, said Roche. (more…)Share on Facebook
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.
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Saturday, November 15
COS 21 – Butte 20
Eagles (6-4) shock number-four Butte (7-3) at Butte. Tyler Kretschman 11-yard TD run with 1:37 to play.
COS 88 – Mendocino 28
COS 56 – Los Medanos 66 @ Chabot Tourney
Friday, November 14
#7 Yreka 13 – #2 West Valley 27 -NSCIF D-III RD-1
#5 Etna 19 – #4 Chester 14 -NSCIF D-V RD-1
Harrison Hogun two TD passes to John Michael Theofanides. Hogun TD reception from Zac Hansen pass
#5 Trinity 30 – #4 Esparto 24 (OT) -NSCIF D-IV RD-1
COS 0 – Butte 3 (16-25, 9-25, 23-25)
COS 51 – West Valley 67 @ Chabot Tourney (more…)
Ty Currie is the Miner Perk Yreka Football Player of the Week.
Currie was 11/17 passing for 237 yards and three TDs against Corning last week. He also rushed for 115 yards on 18 carries. On the defensive side of the ball, Currie had 14 total tackles. (more…)Share on Facebook
By Kady Porterfield
The seven-seed Tulelake Honkers appeared to be off to a great start as they dominated their home court in the first two sets of Wednesday night’s NSCIF D-VI playoff match against the Paradise Adventist Cougars. However, the ten-seed Cougars clawed their way out of the hole to take the next three sets for the win.
The Cougars started with the serve, but a quick kill from Taylor Herman, followed by a kill by Emily Adams gave Tulelake the opening two points of the night. The battle stayed close until Tulelake went on a run starting with a kill from D’Anna Massey to tie at 7-7. Paradise Adventist wouldn’t be able to catch up after a storm of kills from Tulelake. Allie Baley served back-to-back aces to extend the Honker lead to 18-12, before Massey finished the set, 25-14, with another kill.
Baley shot off a kill to start the second set, but it was answered with a slammed spike from Cougar outside hitter Erika Dudar for a 1-1 score. The score was tied again at 3-3, when Cougar Helen Roberts laid down a block at the net. The Honkers once again took off on a run. Tulelake was using every position as Chessa Orr, Baley, and Herman each finished at the net repeatedly. A couple of service aces from Massey would also be a huge factor in the result. The Honkers were up 17-10 after a block from Herman. When Herman went back to the service line, she picked up three aces that put them up 22-11. Jara Chavolla would land a kill, and then finish the set with a service ace at 25-13.
In set three, Paradise Adventist came out ignited as Roberts roofed a hit to give her team the opening point. Tulelake was able to hold a short lead, but Dudar would set off a series of points with three aces to put her team ahead 16-11. Baley ended the Cougar run with a kill, and then went back to serve an ace. Tulelake came within one point at 17-18 on a kill from Orr, but the Cougars weren’t giving it up as Rebecca Keller sent over a pair of aces and Dudar came up with another kill for a 25-17 set win. (more…)Share on Facebook
Scott River Custom Cabinets Etna Football Player of the Week is Zac Hansen
Zac, “took over the game in the second half (against Burney),” said Etna coach Wade Dickinson. (more…)Share on Facebook