Local Sports Scores & Schedule 2/19 – 2/24

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 the lights are out.

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

Scores

Sunday, February 24

Baseball

COS 7 – Hartnell 8 (10)

Saturday, February 23

Baseball

COS 1 – Monterey Peninsula 3

Friday, February 22

Girls Basketball

#2 Weed 42 – #10 Etna 37 – RD-2 NSCIF D-V Playoffs

#4 Butte Valley 58 – #5 Westwood 46 – RD-2 NSCIF D-VI Playoffs
Butte Valley scoring: Kara Porterfield 26 P, 17 R, 2 B; Haley Reynolds 22 P, 16 R, Paige Porterfield 10 P, 10 R, 5 A

Boys Basketball

#3 Weed 68 – #6 Hamilton, 48 – RD-2 NSCIF D-V Playoffs

#4 Mt. Shasta 63 – #5 Pierce 31 – RD-2 NSCIF D-V Playoffs

Softball

COS 2 – West Valley 10 (6)

Baseball

COS 4 – Monterey Peninsula 6

COS 2 – Monterey Peninsula 6

Thursday, February 21

Girls Basketball

#3 Mt. Shasta 62 - #6 Biggs 29 – RD-2 NSCIF D-V Playoffs
Mt. Shasta advances to the semi-finals against either Weed or Etna

#4 Fall River 58 – #5 Portola 26 – RD-2 NSCIF D-V Playoffs
Fall River will play at Durham in a semi-final game

# 8 Modoc lost to #1 Durham

COS 100 - Redwoods 74
Lady Eagles (8-2, 20-5) win GVC
COS scoring: Shyanna Ashworth 29, Anna Cameron 28, Hailey Wales 24

Boys Basketball

#10 Dunsmuir 36 – #2 Redding Christian 61, – RD-2 NSCIF D-VI Playoffs

COS 81 – Redwoods 71
COS scoring: Lavar Moore 23, Raysean Garrett 18, Watkins Williams 17 (more…)

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Tigers fall to Redding Christian, 61-36

Video by Richard Allan

After knocking off 7th seeded Princeton in the first round of the NSCIF D-VI boys basketball playoffs, the 10th seeded Dunsmuir Tigers fell to number-two Redding Christian on Thursday night, 61-36, in round-two.

Dunsmuir was led by Mason Mekeel with 19 points. Cody Hagedon put up 5 points. Dunsmuir finishes the season at 13-7. (more…)

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Subway Eagle B-Ball Player of the Week: Waters

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Eyes on the Miners with Justine Cota & guests Brian Sampson and Kaitlin VanHooser

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#3 Lady Bears v #6 Wolverines…an epic battle? Ah…not quite

When it comes time for the playoffs, blowouts in the first round are pretty common…one-seed versus 16-seed, two versus 15, etc. In the second round, the expectation is for better games and some outright battles, especially when it comes to the four versus five, or the three versus six. In NSCIF Division-V girls basketball that certainly was not the case on Thursday night. Four-seed Fall River blasted number-five Portola 58-26. The Lady Bulldogs had a 54-18 lead at the end of the third quarter. In Mt. Shasta, the three-seed Lady Bears made a snack out of the six-seeded Biggs Wolverines, 62-29. Mt. Shasta led 16-4 at the end of the first quarter, 29-10 at the half, and 43-23 going into the fourth quarter. Mt. Shasta Coach Kirk Andrus began subbing in the first quarter.

Tori Hansen started the scoring in the game with a freebie for the Lady Bears. Biggs took the lead 3-1 on a 3-pointer. Janelle Jaegel tied the game, when she grabbed a rebound and went coast-to-coast for a hoop, 3-3. Sejay Sarti gave the Bears the lead, 6-3, with a 3-ball at the 4:06 mark. Sarti followed with another shot from behind the arc, making it 9-3. After Biggs and Hansen exchanged free throws, Natalee Stock added a pair from the charity stripe, and Alex Peruzzi hit from downtown with five seconds left in the quarter, giving the Bears a 16-4 advantage.

Kathryn Andrus started the second stanza with a bucket for the Bears, 18-4. Then, Andrus added three points the hard way, 21-4. Biggs finally scored its second field goal of the night with 5:17 to play in the first half…over nine minutes after their first points from the field. The Lady Wolverines also scored the next four points, giving them a glimmer of hope, 23-10. However, Mt. Shasta finished the first half with six straight points, two from the charity stripe by Jaegel, a put-back from Ashley Cain, and a basket by Sarti, 29-10. (more…)

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Pepsi Lady Bears B-Ball Player of the Week: Abbott

Mt. Shasta Lady Bear coach Kirk Andrus’ pick for the Pepsi of Mt. Shasta Lady Bears Player of the Week is Tess Abbott.

“Tess is playing the best basketball of her career. She’s the perfect teammate, and brings excellent spirit and feeling to our team as she wraps up her senior season,” said Andrus.
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Miner Perk Girls Basketball Player of the Week: Crawford

Yreka Miners basketball coach Ken Dysert’s choice for the Miner Perk Girls Basketball Player of the Week is Dynna Crawford.

“Dynna, a freshman, stepped up and contributed 9 points against Anderson last week,” said Dysert.

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Bears maul Trojans to advance in playoffs

The 13th seeded Durham Trojans were in the game for a half, but that was about it in Mt. Shasta on Wednesday night. The Bears held just a six-point lead at the intermission, 22-16, but totally dominated the second half, outscoring Durham 48-25, for a 70-41 win.

Durham started the contest well with a 3-pointer in the first few seconds of the game. A bit later, the Bears got on the board with a hoop from Cesar Gonzalez. At the 5:24 mark, Mt. Shasta took it’s first lead, 5-3, when Brandon Acord hit a trey. Durham tied it at 5-5, but Dylan Padula set up Clay Ferguson for a bucket, giving the Bears a 7-5 advantage. Mt. Shasta led for the remainder of the game, and had a 12-5 lead at the end of the first quarter.

Durham was able to cut one point from the deficit in the second quarter, sending the squads into the locker rooms with the Bears up by six points, 22-16.

Padula set the tone for the second half, when he opened the third quarter scoring with a shot from somewhere near Lake Street. Junior varsity call up John Clemens dropped in a deuce, giving the Bears an 11 point lead, 27-16. (more…)

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Lady Lions up end Hamilton in round-one

Article and photos by Tanner Horton

With Etna’s win over Fall River last Friday, the Lady Lions locked up a spot in the playoffs. On Tuesday, the 10th seeded Etna girls team traveled to Hamilton City to take on the 7th seeded Braves, where they pulled off an upset win, 44-34.

Both Etna and Hamilton City started off poorly on offense, taking half of the first quarter to put up any points. In the final two minutes, Sara Hoyt and Jessie Eiler combined for seven of the team’s 11 points in an 11-2 run. The quarter finished with the Lady Lions leading 11-4

Etna started the second quarter off cold as well, while Hamilton City scored 12 unanswered points during the first seven minutes of the quarter. However, Etna retained the lead going into halftime, 20-17. (more…)

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Happy Toes Lady Lion B-Ball Player of the Week: Hanley

Etna girls varsity basketball coach Les Helsley’s pick for the Happy Toes Lady Lion B-Ball Player of the week is senior Savanna Hanley for her, “four years of hard work and dedication to the game.”

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Bear and Cougar JV boys battle to the end in season finale

The Mt. Shasta Bears and the Weed Cougar junior varsity boys basketball squads squared off in the Shasta Cascade League JV season finale last Friday in Mt. Shasta. (more…)

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Scott Valley Real Estate Etna Boys Basketball Players of the Week: Robinson, Thackeray, Schott

Etna boys junior varsity coach Charnna Gilmore’s picks for the Scott Valley Real Estate players of the week are sophomores Collin Robinson, Wade Thackeray and Adam Schott.

Robinson was tied for the team lead in assists this season. Thackeray led the team in points scored (510), shooting percentage, offensive rebounds, defensive rebounds, and blocks. Schott led in steals and was tied with Robinson in assists. (more…)

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NSCIF D-III/D-IV wrestling results and photos by Jimmy Palmer

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Subway Trinity Wolves B-Ball Player of the Week: Lafein

The Subway Trinity Wolves Player of the Week was chosen by varsity boys head coach Jamie Green. (more…)

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Subway South County B-Ball Player of the Week: Hall

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Eyes on the Miners with Justine Cota & guest David Sellens

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DeZign-N-Women YHS Student of the Week: Carlson

“Aiyana is a 10th grade student who has stepped up into several leadership roles. She serves as a member at large for the Karuk Teen Leadership Council as well as a sophomore class officer and member of the YHS Associated Student Body, ” said Yreka High School Principal Marie Caldwell. (more…)

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