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    ETNA – To say it’s been a long season for the Etna Lions boys varsity basketball team would be a huge understatement. Coming into Tuesday night’s game against the Burney Raiders, the Lions were 0-for-the-season. Except for a 2-point overtime loss to Lost River and a 4-point loss to Hamilton City, none of the Lions games had even been close. But, they kept practicing, kept playing, and it finally paid off with a 57-50 win over the Raiders.

    “It’s great; winning a game this year is as good as winning a championship. The kids did it all—work hard in practice, work hard in every game, and kept a positive attitude the whole time. I kept telling them it would pay off, and it did,” said Etna Coach Mike Pendley.

    Lion Colby Rimmer said the win, “felt awesome. It felt better than a lot I’ve accomplished in high school. Everybody said we wouldn’t do it, and we won on a night everyone doesn’t come to the game.” (more…)

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    y-ad-1-click.jpgBelow are the boys and girls Evergreen League standings at the midway point of the league season

    1. Tulelake (5-0) – the Honkers don’t have it locked up, but they are in pretty good shape. The biggest challenge will be going to Happy Camp on February 15.

    2. Happy Camp (4-1) – the Indians still have a legitimate shot at at least a share of the title, but they’ll likely have to run the table in the second half to get there. That starts this Friday in Dunsmuir. (more…)

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    Carrie Scott 12

    Matt Jespersen 9


    Cole Humphrey 12 Basketball

    Zac Hazelton 9 Snow Sports


    Samuel Wallace 9 Freshman Requirements

    Jon Hanna 12 Machine Wood

    Jordan Sandahl 10 Machine Wood

    Tim Maphet 11 Yearbook

    Nicole McGiffin 12 Yearbook

    Lucia Arango 9 Freshman Requirements (more…)

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    coffee-break-b.jpgBelow are the boys and girls standings in the Shasta Cascade League at the midway point of the league season.

    1. Weed (5-0) – with their win over Mt. Shasta on Friday, the Cougars are sitting all alone on top. However, Weed still has to play Fall River once more (Weed lost to FR in the preseason and had a tough win in league at FR), and they have to go to Mt. Shasta. The Silver Fox and his team still have some work to do.

    2. Mt. Shasta (4-1) – the Bears have to go to Fall River and Modoc. Mt. Shasta handled FR at home, but it’s tougher in McArthur. And, although the Bears beat Modoc at home, the Braves nearly pulled off a huge comeback. This Tuesday, they have to go to Alturas to face the Braves. If the Bears can survive the road trips, they may well be in position to play for the SCL championship at home against Weed on February 18. (more…)

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    YREKA – The Yreka Lady Miner junior varsity prevented an Anderson sweep during Yreka’s Winter Court celebration, when they trounced the Anderson Lady Cubs, 47-14. The JV Lady Miners’ dominating performance was highlighted by a fourth quarter defensive effort that allowed no points for Anderson. (more…)

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    YREKA – The Anderson Cubs varsity basketball teams did their best to spoil the Yreka Miners’ Winter Court celebration on Friday night. The Cubs boys downed the Yreka boys, 62-42. The Lady Cubs handled the Lady Miners, 71-54. Both games were competitive…for about a quarter.

    Anderson went out to an 11-2 lead in the first quarter of the girls game, but the Lady Miners battled back to within three points, 16-13, on a 3-ball by Kelsey Stonier. The Lady Cubs led by six points at the end of the opening quarter, 21-15.

    Mackenzie Allen opened the second quarter scoring for Yreka with a bucket, 21-17. AmMathee Stott went coast-to-coast to make it a one possession game, 21-19, with 7:14 left in the half. It wouldn’t be close again.

    Anderson went on a 18-6 run to go into intermission leading, 39-25. The Lady Cubs went on to win, 71-54.

    Kelsey Stonier led Yreka with 14 points, including four 3-balls. Katie Brummett and Mackenzie Allen each put up 13 points.

    Yreka (0-3, 8-10) hosts Corning (0-3, 9-11) on Tuesday, February 1.

    The Miner boys started well, going out to a 4-0 lead on baskets by Eric Neill and Sarome Eng, but would only score once more in the first quarter, a hoop by Dillon Dow. Going into the second quarter, Yreka trailed 12-6. (more…)

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    Photos and story by Cameron Moe of Moe Media

    WEED – The Weed Cougars gained sole possession of first place in the Shasta Cascade League, with a 45-38 win over the Mt. Shasta Bears, on Friday night.
    The Cougar defense ruled the first quarter, allowing Mt. Shasta just two points, with the only Bear hoop coming with 2:40 left in the opening frame. Weed led 12-2 going into the second quarter.

    The Cougars extended their lead to 11 points, 23-12, at the half, and 13 points at the end of three quarters, 36-23.

    The Bears made a comeback push in the final frame, outscoring the Cougars 15-9, but fell seven points short, losing 45-38.

    Cougar Jake West put up 16 points and pulled down 14 boards, as well as rejecting three Bear shots, and coming up with three swipes. Mykeil White scored 15 points. Micah White contributed nine points. (more…)

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    To report scores or schedule changes, text or call 530-340-0811. Email: info@siskiyouyouth.com

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    Saturday, January 29

    Womens Basketball

    COS 99 – Redwoods 49
    COS Scoring: Michelle Hoehn 27, Natalie Smith 21, Shannon Cassidy 11

    Mens Basketball

    COS 57 -@ Redwoods 77
    COS Scoring: Luke Cassedy 16, Drew McNabb 14, Al Marsh 12

    Friday, January 28

    Girls Basketball

    Yreka 54 – Anderson 71

    Yreka JV 47 – Anderson JV 14

    Weed 15 -Mt. Shasta 47
    Mt. Shasta Scoring: Jeanette Ricci 14, Janelle Jaegel 8, Kathryn Andrus 8
    Weed Scoring: Kera Vogel 9

    Weed JV 52 – Mt Shasta JV 37

    Etna 51 – Modoc 54
    Etna Scoring: Tandy Thackeray 23 (5 treys), Emily Loogman 11

    Etna JV 31 – Modoc JV 36
    Etna Scoring: Sarah Hoyt 14, Jessica Eiler 12

    Tulelake 62 – Big Valley 40
    Tulelake Stats: Sabrina Gribble 14 P, 14 R; Rosana Chavolla 13 P, 16 R; Lexie Greenbank 13 P

    Butte Valley 54 – Happy Camp 35

    Dunsmuir 33 – Surprise Valley 39

    Boys Basketball

    Yreka 42 – Anderson 62

    Yreka JV 38 – Anderson JV 63

    Weed 45 – Mt. Shasta 38

    Weed JV 54 – Mt. Shasta JV 38

    Etna 32 – Modoc 55
    Etna Scoring: Colby Rimmer 10, Juan Castaneda 8

    Etna JV 52 – Modoc JV 63
    Etna Scoring: Preston Munson 15 (5 treys), Sawyer Eastlick 13

    Tulelake 60 – Big Valley 32
    Tulelake Stats: Dominick Hernandez 14 P; Max Crawford 13 P, 3 A

    Butte Valley 53 – Happy Camp 56

    Dunsmuir 70 – Surprise Valley 40
    Dunsmuir Stats: Jake Mekeel 13 P; Kile Beck 11 P, 10 R; Collin Lattanzio 10 P, 12 R

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    Thursday, January 27

    Girls Basketball

    Yreka Frosh 39 – Anderson Frosh 17

    Boys Basketball

    Yreka Frosh 44 – Anderson Frosh 34

    Girls Soccer

    Yreka 1 – Central Valley 0

    Boys Soccer

    Yreka 5 – Central Valley 1

    Wednesday, January 26

    Womens Basketball

    Weed v Mercy, Canceled

    COS 82 – Shasta 76

    Boys Basketball

    Weed v Mercy, Canceled

    COS 67 – Shasta 66


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    YREKA – The Yreka Lady Miners jogged their way to a sleepy 1-0 victory over the win-less and shorthanded Central Valley Lady Falcons on Thursday afternoon.

    Jena Turner scored the winning goal 20 minutes into the match. When Jillian Dutra’s through ball bounced over the head of the Falcon keeper, Turner swooped in to hammer it home. Dutra had hit the post on a long shot earlier in the match. (more…)

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    The Yreka Miners Dance Team. Back row (l-r): Kristin Mercier, Tiffany Lange, Clayton Bunn, Rheam Atkins. Middle row: Nicole Inman, Katelyn Weber, Melanie McCauley, Michaela Schneider, Melissa Fiock, Amy Gabriel, Elisabeth Heintz, Larissa Machester, Mackenzie Hoag, Bethany Belknap. Front row: Cheyenne Marshall, Christina Ruiz, Hannah Pryor, Laura Ward, Coach Katie Svilich, Lexi Cunningham, Shay Austin. Reclining in front: James Miller

    y-ad-1-click.jpgThe Yreka Miners Dance Team placed third at the Rouge Valley Festival of Dance Competition on Saturday, January 22, in Grants Pass.

    The team performed to a “Singing in the Rain/Umbrella” mix from Glee.

    “It was amazing,” said Coach Katie Svilich. “I had told the team not to expect anything again as we go to competitions for fun, not to win! The other schools only take their best dancers out of the team whereas I take everyone.” (more…)

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    YREKA – It took just two minutes for the Yreka Miners to tally their first goal, against the wingless Central Valley Falcons (0-9 or something like that). The goal came off the foot of Arturo Rodriguez.

    Central Valley had a great scoring opportunity on a breakaway at the 32-minute mark. However, Yreka goalkeeper Noah Lawson flat out robbed the Falcon with a spectacular save. Seven minutes later, Daniel Castro made it 2-0 on a penalty kick.Yreka went into the intermission up 2-0.

    The Falcons tried to take flight in the second half, notching a goal at the 48-minute mark, 2-1.

    Central Valley kept up the pressure for several minutes, but Rodriguez brought them back to earth with his second goal of the match 22 minutes into the second half, 3-1. Six minutes later, Trevor Daugherty found the back of the net on a penalty kick, 4-1. Daugherty put the finishing touches on the win a minute later, with his second goal of the match. (more…)

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    West CoastWEED – The College of the Siskiyous Eagles made sure both the Eagles’ and the Shasta Knights’ fans didn’t leave early on Wednesday night. COS more or less controlled the game most of the way, leading Shasta at the half, 30-22. COS built a 15-point lead midway through the second half, 54-39. However, a technical foul assessed to Eagle Coach Kyle Heath, who was protesting the mugging of one of his players, opened the door for a momentum shift and a near comeback for the Knights.

    The Eagles led 54-44, with 6:57 to play in the contest, when the technical was called. Shasta hit both freebies, cutting the COS lead to eight points, 54-46. A Knight hoop and two more from the charity stripe made it a 4-point game, 54-50, with 6:15 to go.

    With 2:57 on the clock, COS led 61-54 and seemed to have weathered the storm, but that’s when the Knights made a final push. Shasta scored the next six points, to make a one point game, 61-60, with 1:47 to go. A pair of free throws by Eagle Luke Cassedy and one from TJ Little, made the score 64-60.

    A 3-ball from the Knights’ Aaron Meeks cut the Eagle lead back to a single point, 64-63, with 52 ticks left. Cassedy went hard to the hoop for a deuce, 66-63, with 24.3 on the clock. With 5.5 seconds to go, Ronnie Fields made one of two freebies for a little insurance. (more…)

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    nsa-in-story.jpgWEED – The College of the Siskiyous Lady Eagles fought off several comeback runs by the Shasta Lady Knights, before eventually winning, 82-76, on Wednesday night.

    COS led 27-14 midway through the first half, and seemed to have the momentum in its favor. However, Lady Knight Ashley Sanchez hit three in a row from well beyond the arc to help Shasta cut the margin to seven points, 34-27, with just over four minutes until intermission. The Lady Eagles went to a box-and-one defense to contain Sanchez, and then built their lead back to double digits, 46-34, by halftime. Sanchez would hit just one more shot the remainder of the game. (more…)

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    coffee-break-b.jpgDORRIS – The Dunsmuir Tigers went into the Butte Valley Bulldogs’s house on Tuesday night and escaped with a win. Jake Mekeel led all scorers with 16 points, including six straight from the charity stripe down the stretch to seal the deal for the Tigers.

    Dunsmuir led 11-10 at the end of the first quarter, and outscored Butte Valley 13-6 in the second quarter, to go into the intermission with an eight point lead, 24-16.

    The Tigers built a 10-point lead, 33-23, late in the third quarter, but back-to-back buckets from Bulldog Jeremy Lopez made it a 6-point game going into the final frame, 33-27.

    Jake Mekeel opened the fourth quarter scoring with a 3-point play the hard way. Daniel Ballard followed with a 3-ball, upping the Tiger lead to 39-27.

    Butte Valley trailed by 11 points, 44-33, with 3:12 left to play, when Bulldog Steven Berengue dropped a trey, 44-36. Collin Lattanzio answered on the other end with a Tiger deuce, but Berengue came right back with another 3-ball, making the score, 46-39, with 2:18 to go. (more…)

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