• The Granada Wildcats defeated the Weed Cubbies, 25-19, to win the Yreka Elks Boys Basketball Tournament “A” Division over the weekend. It was a hard fought contest with both teams spending time in the lead.

    Granada Coach Daryl Lara pointed out the contribution his 8th graders made to the teams success and their dedication to the team: Zane Allen, Ty Currie, Cody Hawkins, Matt “Mad Dog” Ward, and Brandon Whitehouse.

    “They’re a great group of kids (the entire team). For the first time in 10 years of coaching, I didn’t have any worries about grades,” said Lara. “I also have to thank the Granada Sports Foundation. Without the foundation, there would be no Granada sports.”

    The Wildcats are 16-0 on the season. (more…)

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    Photos taken during the Butte Valley’s 33-19 win over Happy Camp for 3rd place in the “B” Division of the Yreka Elks Boys Basketball Tournament held, on Saturday, February 5.

    There are also photos from Sisson’s 35-19 victory over Yreka for 3rd place in “A” Division. (more…)

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    WEED – The Weed Lady Cougars hung with the Modoc Braves for the first quarter of Friday night’s game, trailing 9-4 going into the second frame. (more…)

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    mittan-ad-300.jpgWEED – The Weed Cougars started slow on Friday night against Modoc, trailing 10-2 at the end of the first quarter. One journalist compared it to the start they had against Mercy that resulted in a shocking loss. This time, however, it would be different,

    The Cougars started the second quarter with a 14-2 scoring rampage, to lead 16-12, with 3:39 to go in the half. At the intermission, Weed led 20-17.

    The Braves came into the contest with a remote chance for a Shasta Cascade League title, but had that chance crushed in the third quarter by Cougar Mykeil White. White was a beast in the paint, scoring 11 of Weed’s 14 points in the frame, including a 3-point play the hard way. Micah White had the rest of Weed’s third quarter points, on a 3-ball. Going into the fourth quarter, Weed led 34-24. (more…)

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    YREKA – After a scoreless first half, the Yreka Lady Miners and Lassen Grizzlies tallied two goals in less than five minutes of the second half.

    Lassen got on the board first with a goal three minutes into the half.

    About a minute later, Yreka’s Kelsey Moser hammered home a pass from Jena Turner to tie the match at 1-1. (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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    Scores

    Sunday, February 6

    Womens Softball

    COS 17 – Hartnell 0 @ Monterey Peninsula Tourney

    Saturday, February 5
    Girls Basketball

    Happy Camp v Big Valley

    COS 80 – Lassen 72

    Boys Basketball

    Happy Camp v Big Valley

    COS 94 – Lassen 89
    COS Scoring: Luke Cassedy 35, Drew McNabb 28, Jon Biglow 16, Al Marsh 10

    Womens Softball

    COS 4 – Misson 0 @ Monterey Peninsula Tourney

    COS 17 – SanFrancisco 1 @ Monterey Peninsula Tourney

    Mens Baseball

    COS 22 – Gavilan 18

    Friday, February 4
    Girls Basketball

    Weed 14 – Modoc 53

    Weed JV 46 – Modoc JV 20

    Mt. Shasta 51 – Burney 21
    Mt. Shasta Scoring: Jeanatte Ricci 14, Janelle Jaegel 11, Allison Titus 8

    Etna 44 – Fall River 46
    Etna Scoring: Tandy Thackeray 24 (four 3-balls), Emily Loogman 7, Abby Journey 6

    Tulelake 75 – Surprise Valley 45

    Butte Valley 65 – Big Valley 43

    Dunsmuir 39 – Happy Camp 68

    Boys Basketball

    Weed 50 – Modoc 31

    Weed JV 32 – Modoc 58
    The Cougar JVs suffered their first league loss

    Mt. Shasta 59 – Burney 42
    Mt. Shasta Scoring: Tim Jaegel 19, Paul Thelander 13, Alex McCord 8

    Etna 46 – Fall River 74
    Etna Scoring: Josh Jordan 22, Colby Rimmer 8

    Tulelake 82 – Surprise Valley 29

    Butte Valley 68 – Big Valley 35

    Dunsmuir 52 – Happy Camp 53
    Dunsmuir Scoring: Jake Mekeel 15, Colin Lattanzio 14, Steven Ballard 13
    Happy Camp Scoring: Brent Boykin 18, Kevin Harrison 16, Charlie Reed 10
    Charlie Reed hit two freebies to win it with 15 seconds to go.

    Girls Soccer

    Yreka 1 – Lassen 1

    Boys Soccer

    Yreka 1 – Lassen 4

    Womens Softball

    COS 17 – West Valley 1 @ Monterey Peninsula Tourney
    Kathryn Persaud and Kylie Cantrell each had grand slams

    Mens Baseball

    COS 5 – Gavilan 3

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    WEED – The College of the Siskiyous Eagles came up just a little short in their bid to upset Butte College, the Golden Valley Conference leader (6-0, 15-7), losing 74-70 on Wednesday night.

    The Eagles led or were tied with Butte for the first 17 minutes of the contest, leading by as many as 11 points, 26-15. The Roadrunners fought back to take the lead, 33-31, with 2:52 left in the first half. Trailing 38-32, Eagle Luke Cassedy hit a 3-ball right before the buzzer, sending the squads to the locker room, with Butte leading, 38-35.

    The Roadrunners led, 45-44, about five minutes into the second half, when Drew McNabb converted on back-to-back old fashion 3-point plays, pushing the Eagles into the lead, 50-45. (more…)

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    WEED – The College of the Siskiyous Lady Eagles came into Wednesday night’s game against the Golden Valley Conference leading Butte College Roadrunners with a chance to grab a share of the conference lead. With a 4-point advantage, 67-63, and four minutes to go in the game, it seemed that the prize was within reach. However, the Lady Roadrunners exploded for 16 points in that time span to win 79-72.

    The first half of the contest, like the game, stayed close the entire way, with both squads spending time on top. Beginning the second half, COS trailed 39-34. In less than a minute, it was tied. (more…)

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    West CoastThe College of the Siskiyous Lady Eagles softball team begins the season ranked right where they want to be when the season ends–number-1.

    The CCCAA Sofball Coaches poll released on Sunday has the Cypress Chargers and the Lady Eagles ranked in a tie for number-1 in the state of California, with 140 points. The Chargers who are the defending state champs received five first place votes, and the Eagles received two.

    COS opens its season this Saturday, February 5 at the Monterey Peninsula Tournament.

    Complete top-20 preseason coaches poll

    1. Cypress (S) 140 (5)
    1. Siskiyous (N) 140 (2)
    3 Sierra (N) 139 (2)
    4 Sacramento City (N) 137 (2)
    5 Cosumnes River (N) 117 (1) (more…)

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    ETNA – The Etna Lion junior varsity squads split with the Burney Raider JVs on Tuesday night. The Lady Lions won, 40-24. The Etna boys lost a hard battle 52-41.

    The Lady Lion JVs held Burney to just three points in the first quarter, all from the charity stripe, and led 11-3 at the end of the quarter. The Lady Raiders closed to within a pair of buckets, 15-11, midway through the second quarter, but Etna finished with a 10-2 run to lead 25-13 at the half.

    The Lady Lions defense stepped up again in the third quarter, allowing just two points. Etna led 33-15 at the end of three quarters.

    Sarah Carlson and Sara Hoyt led Etna with 10 points a piece. Jessica Eiler added eight points.

    The Lion JV boys had three strong quarters of basketball, before Burney took control in the final frame. (more…)

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    mittan-ad-300.jpgETNA – The Etna Lady Lions got back on the winning track with a 60-24 shredding of the Burney Lady Raiders on Tuesday night.

    Although Etna started slow, trailing 5-2 in early in the first quarter, the Lady Lions dominated the rest of the way. By the end of the opening frame, Etna led 11-8. Burney scored just two points in the entire second quarter, while Etna exploded for 19 points for a 30-10 lead at halftime. At the end of three quarters, the Lady Lions led 43-16.

    Abby Journey just missed posting a double-double, with 17 points and nine rebounds. Tandy Thackeray put up 18 points, and pulled down eight boards. Emily Loogman had 12 points and 10 steals. Heather Menne added nine points, and grabbed seven rebounds. (more…)

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    Kisten Berryhill of Etna submitted the winning entry for the 2011 Siskiyou Golden Fair Theme Contest. The 10th DAA Board of Directors selected the winning theme “Blue Ribbon Affair, See You There!” from amongst the 74 entries at the January board meeting. Kisten received the $100.00 prize and a season pass to the 2011 fair for winning this year’s contest and promptly donated the $100 back to the Siskiyou Golden Fair Junior Fair Board. (more…)

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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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