2012 Nor Cal Basketball Shooting Clinic February 20th

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BookStore text click sized februaryCome join the fun! Learn how to shoot like a pro with proven techniques guaranteed to improve form & shooting percentage. Work on drills used by Ray Allen, the N.B.A all time 3-point leader. Develop skills through fun drills. Everything is time tested and taught in sequence for a reason; to help you improve a lot in a short period of time. Participants will learn 1-on-1 moves practiced by the Golden State Warriors. This clinic will be directed by college and N.B.A youth camp coaches. Prizes awarded in each division for Hot Shot, 1-on-1, and Free-Throw contest champions.

There will also be 3-on-3 and 5-on-5 games played. Co-Ed for boys and girls beginner to advanced. Participants are grouped by age, size, and skill. This clinic will reach a max count and be capped so reserve your spot today. Pre-registration is recommended, but walk ups will be accepted on a first come first serve basis. This clinic is sponsored by the Mt. Shasta Recreation & Parks District. To pre-register or for more info call Mike Rodriguez at 530-926-2494. (more…)

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Eyes on the Miners with Chelsea White & guest Rhonda Dawes

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Miner JVs unable to hold lead against Anderson

West CoastThe Yreka Miner junior varsity boys led the visiting Anderson Cubs for most of the game on Tuesday night, but were unable to withstand a late Cub surge, falling 72-67.

Yreka led 23-13 at the end of the first quarter, 32-29 at the half, and 45-41 going into the final frame.

After the Cubs made it a 1-point game early in the fourth, Quaid Blanchard hit a hoop to make it 47-44. Anderson tied it, 47-47, with 6:45 to play. Curt Bennett put Yreka right back on top, 49-47.

With 5:50 to go, Anderson took the lead on a 3-pointer, 50-49.  A bucket by Kaden Culp and then a pair of Culp freebies regained the lead for the Miners, 53-50, with just over five minutes to play. After an Anderson basket, Cody Griffith made it 55-52. Anderson added a free throw, to make it a 2-point game, but Currie answered with a 3-ball to extend the Miner advantage to five points, 58-53, with 4:12 on the clock. (more…)

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Subway South County Cager of the Week: Shaffer

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PremierWest Bank B-Ball Challenge Standings as of 2/15/2012

The top three teams remain the same, with the Dunsmuir boys moving into the four-spot. With one more game remaining before the end of the regular season, this is a good time to remind everyone that the winner of the PremierWest Bank B-Ball Challenge is the team that advances the farthest in the NSCIF section playoffs. The 1st tiebreaker is overall record, which might come into play for the first time this year…just a feeling. The official record for the teams will be the one that the section uses for playoff seeding. To see all the tiebreakers and rules click the link at the end of this article.

Keep in mind that games against junior varsity teams do not count. Also, some teams may not have reported scores to MaxPreps or SiskiyouYouth.com (some coaches are seriously lagging). Standings will be updated when scores become available. The next full update will be Saturday, February 18, 2012.

pwb-logo.jpg1. Tulelake Boys 21-3

2. Weed Girls, 18-4

3. Tulelake Girls, 17-5

4. Dunsmuir Boys, 14-8

5. Mt. Shasta Boys, 14-9

6. Mt. Shasta Girls, 13-10

7. Butte Valley Girls 11-12

8. Happy Camp Boys, 6-8

9. Yreka Girls, 10-15

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Yreka frosh fall to Anderson

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Butteville wins “A” Division at Yreka Elks Tourney

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The Butteville elementary boys basketball team completed a successful Yreka Elks Tournament by winning the “A” Division bracket. With wins over Weed, Scott Valley and then Yreka in the finals, the Butteville boys team moves on to the SCAL Small School tournament to be played in Grenada this weekend. Butteville was the SCAL Small Schools regular season champion with a 5-0 record.

Led by 8th graders Caleb Perry, S’sven Walker and Trevor Jackson the 8th grade trio played aggressive and quick. (more…)

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Miner Perk Boys Basketball Player of the Week: Ryan Kennedy 2x

Ryan Kennedy is Yreka coach Christian Birch’s pick for the Miner Perk Boys Basketball Player of the Week.

“(He) finished the game strong against CV, and was the high scorer,” said Birch.

Kennedy put up 14 points and grabbed 5 rebounds in the game. (more…)

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March 15 is deadline to apply for COS Foundation Scholarship for 2012/2013

BookStore text click sized februaryThe College of the Siskiyous Foundation announces scholarship applications for 2012/202013 are now available for Siskiyou County high school seniors (graduating June 2012) and current COS students who plan to attend COS during the 2012/2013 year. Deadline to apply is March 15, 2012.

While each student’s background is indeed different, they share the common theme of having a desire to begin, or continue, their education. Scholarships are available to graduating high school seniors planning to enter COS in the fall following high school graduation, single parents striving for self-efficiency, young students supporting themselves while continuing their education, and continuing COS students. Scholarships range from $100 to $3,000. (more…)

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Subway COS Cager of the Week: Robinson

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Top Camp Cook Contest

pwb-logo.jpgEveryone loves good camp cookin’ especially when it comes from a secret family recipe! So get out your pots and pans and enter up for a chance to be crowned top camp cook for 2012 at the PremierWest Bank Siskiyou Sportsmen’s Expo Sunday March 18 from 10:00 am to 2:00 pm, when the 2012 Champion Camp Cook will be announced and awarded a shiny new BBQ donated by Sears of Yreka.

Pre-registration is required and can be completed at the Siskiyou Golden Fairgrounds or the forms can be found online at www.sisqfair.com. The $15 entry fee includes two tickets for admission into the expo. Entry deadline is Wednesday, March 16th this year.

“This contest is highly competitive and continues to grow each year” stated fair CEO Cliff Munson “Some great food is prepared every year and the winner of this event really earns it!”

Contestants must provide their own heat source, do all food preparation on-site, and provide enough food for three judges. A full set of rules are available with the entry forms. New this year will be an award for the “Best Decorated Camp” sponsored by Siskiyou Distributing. The possibilities are endless at the 2012 Top Camp Cook contest. (more…)

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Pepsi Lady Cougar Basketball Player of the Week: Neel 2x

Weed varsity coach Bob West’s pick for the Pepsi of Mt. Shasta Lady Cougar Basketball Player of the Week is Jillian Neel.

Neel put up 22 points, pulled down 9 rebounds, and had 6 helpers in the Lady Cougars’ win over Etna last week. (more…)

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NSCIF Basketball playoff points rankings as of 2/13/12

As you look over these ranking keep in mind that they are based on what coaches have posted to MaxPreps. The North Section CIF uses the information on MaxPreps to determine the won-loss records. If coaches don’t keep it updated, the rankings are not accurate. So, there could be considerable changes from what is seen here, when the coaches finally do what they are supposed to do.

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Tulelake v Big Valley video highlights by Kendra Rupert

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Lady Miners lose heartbreaker to CV

The Yreka Lady Miners came into Friday night’s Homecoming game against the Central Valley Lady Falcons looking for their 2nd NAL win, and a chance to improve in the NSCIF D-IV playoff rankings. As it turned out, the Falcons would come from behind to win with 10 seconds to play, 54-52.

The Lady Miners took the lead, 12-10, on a steal-n-score by Ashley Ensminger with 2:03 to play in the first quarter. Yreka was up 17-14 going into the second quarter, and would continue to lead until three minutes into the final frame. Yreka led by as many as 13 points, 32-19, on a pair of freebies by Erica Phillips with 2:36 to go in the first half. The Lady Miners held a 9-point advantage, 32-23, at the intermission.

At the end of the third quarter, Yreka was up by seven points, 44-37. (more…)

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Etna v Weed boys basketball highlights

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SCL and Evergreen championships: updated

With just a game or two to go for teams in the Shasta Cascade League and Evergreen league, there are some very tight races.

Shasta Cascade League Boys

1. Modoc (8-1) – the Braves can lock up at least a share of the title by winning against Etna (3-6) at home on Thursday. If Fall River (7-1) falters against Mt. Shasta on Tuesday night or Burney on Thursday night, the SCL title belongs to Modoc outright.

2. Fall River (7-1) – the Bulldogs also have at least a share of the title in their control by winning out. They need to beat Mt. Shasta (5-3) on Tuesday, and then Burney (0-9) on Thursday. In order for the Bulldogs to win the league outright, Modoc would have to be upset by Etna.

Shasta Cascade League Girls

1. Mt. Shasta (7-1) – the Lady Bears have total control of their destiny. Win their remaining game against Fall River on Tuesday, win in Weed on Friday, and the Lady Bears win the title outright.

2. Weed (7-2) – the Lady Cougars still have a very good shot of grabbing at least share of the SCL crown. To win it outright, Weed has to beat Mt. Shasta on Friday, Mt. Shasta would have to lose to Fall River on Tuesday, and Fall River would have to lose to Burney on Thursday. No matter what Fall River does, Weed can gain at least a share of the title by beating Mt. Shasta.

3. Fall River (6-2) – the Lady Bulldogs have control of their own destiny, as far as a share of the title goes. Win their remaining game against Mt. Shasta and win in Burney (1-8) next Friday, and the Lady Bulldogs will share the title.

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