Siskiyou County Cattlemen’s Annual Feeder Sale – January 6, 2012

The Siskiyou County Cattlemen’s Association will once again be holding the Siskiyou County Cattlemen’s Feeder Sale on Friday January 6, 2012. The Cattlemen’s Board of Directors are available to help with transportation needs to Cottonwood. As in the past, trucks will be leaving from Butte Valley, Shasta Valley and Scott Valley. If you have a full load or just a few head, let the cattlemen help you get your livestock to market. (more…)

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State of Jefferson Elite Rugby Club says “Thank You!”

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Click on photo to hear the State of Jefferson Elite Rugby Club’s thank you message and check out some shots of the Elite in action. (more…)

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Pepsi Lady Eagle Basketball Player of the Week: Cameron

COS coach Tom Powers has selected Anna Cameron as the Pepsi of Mt. Shasta Lady Eagle Basketball Player of the Week. Cameron put up 15 points in the Lady Eagles win over Yuba last week. (more…)

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Subway COS Cager of the Week: Moore 2x

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Bonus photos from COS v Yuba womens B-ball

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Miner Perk Girls Basketball Player of the Week: Deegan

Yreka coach Ken Dysert’s pick for the Miner Perk Girls Basketball Player of the Week is Dani Deegan for the week of 12/19 – 12/25. Deegan led the Lady Miners in scoring with 10 points in their win over Mt. Shasta. (more…)

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Lady Eagles end 2011 with thumping of 49ers

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It didn’t take long to decide the winner of the College of the Siskiyous Lady Eagles versus the Yuba Lady 49ers basketball game on Friday night in Weed. The Lady Eagles led 16-3 just five minutes into the game, and it was a 27-point lead for COS at the half, 47-20. The second half was merely a formality.

Shyanna Ashworth put up 18 points for COS, including three 3-balls. Anna Cameron notched 15 points, and Leona Steel added 11. Former Weed Lady Cougar Nicolette Neel dropped in a trey and a pair of deuces for 7 points. (more…)

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Local Sports Scores & Schedule 12/27 – 12/30

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

Scores

Friday, December 30

Womens Basketball

COS 84 – Yuba 54

Thursday, December 29

Girls Basketball

Yreka 41 – Klamath Union 51 @ Basin Best Tourney (Mazama HS)

Etna 37 – Rogue River 48

Boys Basketball

Yreka 45 – Bonanza 43 @ Basin Best Tourney (Henley HS)

Yreka JV 41 – Redding Christian JV 40
Ty Currie pulls off last second 3-point play the hard way to win it. Miners win consolation at Anderson JV Tourney.

Yreka Frosh 35 – Bonanza JV 21
Yreka finishes 6th in Basin Best tourney

Etna 66 – Rogue River 80 (more…)

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Happy Toes Etna Lady Lions Basketball Player of the Week: Gutleben

Etna Lady Lion coach Les Helsley’s pick for the Happy Toes Etna Lady Lions Basketball Player of the Week is Marina Gutleben. Gutleben averaged 11.5 points per game in Etna’s wins over Chiloquin and Happy Camp the week before Christmas. (more…)

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Chieftains cage Lions

The Rogue River Chieftains swept the Etna Lions and Lady Lions on Thursday night in Etna. Rogue River defeated the Lady Lions 48-37, and the Lion boys 80-66.

Sara Hoyt led the Lady Lions in scoring with 13 points. Marina Gutleben put up 12, and Melissa Beery scored 9 points.

The Lady Chieftains were led by Alli Ehrhardt with 26 points. Emily Roidan had 9 and Brittany Coulter put up 8 points. (more…)

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Miner Perk Boys Basketball Player of the Week: Ryan Kennedy

Ryan Kennedy is Yreka coach Christian Birch’s pick for the Miner Perk Boys Basketball Player of the Week. Kennedy averaged 10 points, 7 rebounds, 6 blocks, and 2.5 steals per game against Rogue River and Mt. Shasta last week. (more…)

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Sadowki goes to the bank to cash in win for Miners, 45-43

For most of the first three quarters the game had the look and feel of another Miner loss. Yreka trailed the Bonanza Antlers in the 6th place game at the Basin Best tourney in Henley by as many as 13 points and had never led. The Miners were down, 32-21, in the third quarter, when they went on a 9-2 mini-run to draw within two baskets, 34-30, going into the final frame.

Jayson Sadowski got the run started with a pair of freebies to make it 32-23, with 2:55 to go in the quarter. A steal-n-score by Jeremy Cox made it 32-25. Bonanza added two free throws, 34-25. Tyler Johnson hit a bucket for the Miners, 34-27. A put back by Michael Elfgen made it 34-29. Cox closed out the third quarter scoring with a freebie, 34-30.

The Antlers responded by scoring the first five points of the fourth quarter to extend their lead to nine points, 39-30.

But, back came the Miners. One from the charity stripe by Johnson and a basket from Kevin Berry made it 39-33, with 4:20 left in the game. A Sadowski steal-n-score and a Cox hoop made it a one possession game, 39-37, with 2:53 to go. Two Antler throws made the score 41-37. Johnson dropped in a deuce, 41-39. Bonanza added a free throw, 42-39. A basket by Cox cut the deficit to a single point, 42-41, with 1:05 to play. Johnson tied the game with a free throw, 42-42, with a minute to go. (more…)

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Hornets swarm in second half to sting Miners, 57-39

The Yreka Miners and the Henley Hornets met in the Basin Best basketball tourney consolation bracket on Wednesday afternoon at Henley High School. The squads met earlier this month, with the Hornets dominating the Miners the entire game, leading 30-15 at the half, and going on to win 61-30. Henley downed the Miners again in their second meeting, but the path to victory was a bit different.

The Miners went out to a 4-0 lead to start the game on a pair of freebies, and a bucket by Dean Schafer. Henley came back with seven straight points on a hoop by Colby Mueller, a trey by Jack Mitchell, and then a deuce by Mitchell.

A free throw by Yreka’s Jeremy Cox and a put back by Ryan Kennedy tied the contest at 7-7. The Hornets regained the lead, 10-7, on a 3-ball by Josh Overstreet, and would lead for the remainder of the game. Henley led by as many as nine points in the second quarter.

Trailing 22-13, with 5:00 to play in the half, the Miners put on a scoring spurt. A basket by Schafer made it 22-15. Kennedy knocked the ball loose and Cox took it coast-to-coast for a bucket, 22-17. One from the charity stripe by Tyler Johnson, cut the Hornet lead to four points, 22-18, with a minute to go in the half. Brandon Sherrill scored for Henley, 24-18. Cox dropped in a shot with three seconds to play in the half, making it 24-20 at the intermission. (more…)

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Lady Miner frosh v Lakeview JV

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Lady Miners hammer Honkers, Miner boys…not so much

BookStore text click sized DecemberThe Yreka Lady Miners hammered the Lakeview Honkers, 47-23, in the first round of the Basin Best basketball tourney at Mazama High School, on Tuesday. The Lady Miners led 25-13 at the half, and dominated the second half.

Ashley Ensminger and Dakota Cash led Yreka with 10 points apiece. Mackenzie Allen and Kayla Stonier each added 6 points.

The Lady Miners (8-4) take on Mazama (9-2) tonight at 7:15 pm in a semi-final game. Yreka lost to Mazama, 60-35, in the championship game of the Yreka Tourney earlier this month.

The Yreka Miner boys varsity had a much tougher time in their first round game, also against Lakeview. The Honkers jumped out to an 18-2 lead and never looked back. Lakeview led 34-13 at the half, and went on to win 64-36. (more…)

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Miner Perk Boys Basketball Player of the Week: Grant Cowley

Yreka Miner coach Christian Birch has selected Grant Cowley as his Miner Perk Boys Basketball Player of the Week for last week. Birch says Cowley, “displays a positive attitude, works hard, and has improved the most so far.” (more…)

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Yreka v Mt. Shasta Boys JV Basketball

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