Local Sports Scores & Schedule 9/30 – 10/5

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

Scores

Saturday, October 5

Football

COS 41 – Mendocino 7

Soccer

Tulelake 8 – Trinity 0

Cross Country

Yreka ,Weed, Mt. Shasta, Golden Eagle @ State of Jefferson Invitational in Ashland
Yreka varsity boys won team title. Miner Clayton Bunn won race, Matt Jochim 2nd

Swimming

Yreka @ JV Norcal Invitational

Friday, October 4

Football

Yreka 41 – Modoc 22 – wasn’t that close

Yreka JV 26 – Modoc JV 0

Trinity bye week

Mt. Shasta 7 – Fall River 27

Etna 41 – Los Molinos 6

Etna JV 46 – Los Molinos JV 0

Weed 45 – Chiloquin 7

Dunsmuir 42 – Butte Valley 7

Tulelake 42 – Elk Creek 14

Big Valley 64  – Hayfork 52 – that answers the “how good are the previously undefeated Timberjacks” question.

Happy Camp 6 – Redding Christian 50

Volleyball

COS 1 – Umpqua 3 (25-23, 20-25, 22-25, 13-25)

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Eyes on the Miners with Justine Cota & guest Tyler Larsen

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Miner Perk Volleyball Player of the Week: MacAdam

Leah is, “the YHS version of ‘Rudy’ (the movie). Her level of effort and focus throughout each moment she’s on the volleyball court, whether in practice or games, is unmatched in my coaching career. She is an
inspiration to us all,” said Yreka volleyball coach Scott Eastman. (more…)

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Dunsmuir photos from volleyball match against Mt. Shasta

Photos by Jimmy Palmer (more…)

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2013 Dunsmuir Homecoming Powder Puff

Photos by Jimmy Palmer

The Senior/Junior powder puff team thumped the Frosh/Soph squad 30-6. (more…)

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Goat Head Gallop XC boys race photos

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Scott Valley Junior High School hosted the Goat Head Gallop on Wednesday, in Fort Jones.

Runners from Scott Valley JH, Jackson St. and Grenada competed. Winners names were not recorded, but you can pretty much tell who won by the photo of the first boy crossing the finish line. Ya, there were winners, with medals. (more…)

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Miners XC sweeps another NAL Center Meet, boys ranked 1st in state

The Yreka Miners cross country team swept all four divisions at the Northern Athletic League Center Meet in Corning on Wednesday. Other teams competing at the meet were Anderson, Central Valley, Corning and Lassen.

While Yreka dominating an NAL Center Meet is more of the same old stuff, the Miners got some other good news–a number-one state ranking in boys D-IV, according to PrepCalTrack.com. The varsity boys strong performance at the Stanford Invitational last weekend edged them ahead of Salesian (Los Angeles) in the rankings.

“We are excited that we were ranked 1st in the state today. However, it doesn’t change our training and race plans. Nov. 30 is a long way away,” said Coach Pam Borg via text.

The CIF State Cross Country Championships will be held November 30 in Fresno.

Clayton Bunn claimed the top varsity boys spot for the Miners at the NAL meet. Corina Lange led the varsity girls to a team win, finishing 2nd. (more…)

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Subway Trinity Volleyball Player of the Week: Brown

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Goat Head Gallop XC girls race photos

Scott Valley Junior High School hosted the Goat Head Gallop on Wednesday, in Fort Jones.

Runners from Scott Valley JH, Jackson St. and Grenada competed. Winners names were not recorded, but you can pretty much tell who won by the photo of the first girl crossing the finish line. Ya, there were winners, with medals. (more…)

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Subway COS Football Players of the Game: Stanwood & Cox

College of the Siskiyous Coach Charlie Roche’s picks for the Subway COS Football Players of the Week for the Shasta game are Bryan Stanwood and Levi Cox.

Stanwood (DE), the Defensive Player of the Week, had “2 Sacks and a Blocked PAT,” said Roche.

Cox (QB), the Offensive player of the Week, was “14/20 (70%) for 216 yards and 4 TDs passing, and a TD Rushing,” said Roche. (more…)

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JV volleyball Etna v Weed photos

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Subway South County Gridiron Great: Acord 2x

The Subway South County Gridiron Great is selected by Coach Jason Young. (more…)

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Matheson’s four tallies lead Cougars over Lions

The Weed Cougars soccer team paid a visit to the Etna Lions in Fort Jones, on Tuesday, and came away with a 5-1 win, led by Andrew Matheson’s four goals.

The Cougars took advantage of a questionable penalty kick call at the nine-minute mark. Jose Tapia did the honors for Weed, making it 1-0.

There was no question about the Cougars next goal, however, as Andrew Matheson drilled the ball to the back of the net off a rebound, upping the Weed advantage to 2-0 at 11:00.

Just under midway through the first half, Matheson made it 3-0, off of a Dylan Vancil corner kick.

Etna had a penalty kick opportunity on another questionable call late in the first half, when the foul appeared to be out of the box. The Lions did not convert, leaving Weed with a 3-0 lead at the intermission. (more…)

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Subway Trinity Football Player of the Week: Cook

The Subway Trinity Football player of the Week is chosen by coach Jeremy Wardrip. (more…)

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Lady Lions stun Cougars, 3-0

The Etna Lady Lions volleyball team was o-for-the-season coming into Tuesday night’s Shasta Cascade League tilt with the Weed Cougars. The visiting Cougars came into the match at .500 (6-6-1) and were favored to win, to say the least. Given that it had been nearly a year since the last Etna volleyball victory (10/24/12, 3-0 against Burney), the assumption that it would go Weed’s way was pretty reasonable. But, ya know what they say about assumptions.

The opening game of the match never had a lead of over three points by either team, until very near the end. Tied at 18-18, an ace by Izzy Duerr gave Etna the lead for good. A Weed miscue made it 20-18 for Etna. An Elyssa Fisher kill, was answered by an Emma Morris kill, 21-19. Two more errors by the Cougars made it, 23-19. Jillian Neel recorded a kill for Weed, 23-20. Dani Eiler hammered a point for the Lions, to bring it to game-point, 24-20. Neel extended it with a kill, 24-21, but Bo Murray ended it, 25-21. (more…)

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Miners XC at Stanford Invitational, and SF Giants game

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Photos by Pam Borg (more…)

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Scott River Cabinets Lions Football Player of the Week: Kaae

Etna football coach Wade Dickinson’s pick for the Scott River Cabinets Lions Football Player of the Week is OL/DL Hayden Kaae.

Hayden, “was dominate on both sides of the line of scrimmage (against Weed),” said Dickinson (more…)

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