• valley-tire-red-300.jpgHave you outgrown your outdoor recreation toys and want to sell them? The PremierWest Bank Siskiyou Sportsman’s Expo will give you that opportunity at the Siskiyou Golden Fairgrounds on March 19, 2011.

    The Sportsman’s Expo is the perfect venue for sellers and buyers of used outdoor recreation equipment including boats, trailers, ATVs, trucks, etc. For a $15 fee, sellers can purchase a space to park your “toy” at the Expo and put a “for sale” sign on it (one item per space). The fee will include one admission to the 6th Annual PremierWest Bank Sportsman’s Expo. You will be coming to the Expo anyway so why don’t you try to make a little cash while you are at it! Buyers will be able to browse through the lot and take home a new toy for recreation fun. (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, February 26

    Girls Basketball

    Dunsmuir (9) 34 – Westwood (1) 43 - NSCIF D-VI Rd-2

    Boys Basketball

    Weed (4) 57 – Chester (5) 64 in OT – NSCIF D-V Rd-2

    Womens Softball

    COS 5 – Ohlone 4

    COS 8 – Solano 1

    Friday, February 25

    Girls Basketball

    Butte Valley (3) 81 – Happy Camp (6), 48 – NSCIF D-VI Rd-2

    Yreka (10) 33 – Orland (2) 46 – NSCIF D-IV Rd-2
    Yreka was leading 8-2 in the first quarter when Mackenzie Allen went out with a knee injury. At the time, Allen had 4 points and 4 boards. AmMathee Stott led Yreka in scoring for the game with 10 points. Katie Brummett scored 7 points. Kalina Betts pulled down 5 rebounds.

    Boys Basketball

    Tulelake (8) 31 – Trinity (1) 72 – NSCIF D-V Rd-2

    Thursday, February 24

    Boys Basketball

    Happy Camp (2) 51 – Mercy (7) 61 – NSCIF D-VI Rd-2

    Butte Valley (11) 52 – Westwood (3) 66 – NSCIF D-VI Rd-2

    Wednesday, February 23

    Girls Basketball

    Dunsmuir (9) 44 – Champion Christian (8) 41 – NSCIF D-VI Playoff Rd-1

    Happy Camp (6) pounded Princeton (11) by about 50 pts – NSCIF D-VI Playoff Rd-1

    Butte Valley (3) has a bye

    Boys Basketball

    Yreka (12) 44 – Gridley (5) 77 - NSCIF D-IV Playoff Rd-1
    Yreka Scoring: Eric Neill 9, Ryan Kennedy 7, Sarome Eng 6

    Mt. Shasta (10) 43 -  Anderson (7) 50 – NSCIF D-IV Playoff Rd-1
    Mt. Shasta Scoring: Tim Jaegel 20

    Weed (4) 60 – Williams (13) 53 – NSCIF D-V Playoff Rd-1

    Tulelake (8) 81 – Fall River (9) 63 – NSCIF D-V Playoff Rd-1

    Mens Baseball

    COS @ Sierra (more…)

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    nsa-in-story.jpgDORRIS – In case anyone in the North Section thinks the Butte Valley Lady Bulldogs are a “one horse show,” think again. While post player Kady Porterfield frequently dominates games and headlines, the 3-seed Lady Bulldogs showed that the talent is team-wide, on Friday night. The Lady Bulldogs had four players score in double figures against a quality Happy Camp Lady Indian squad.

    Butte Valley lit up 6-seed Happy Camp (13-6), 81-48. Point guard Nicole Levesque poured in 28 points, sophomore post player Haley Reynolds put up 20, and Tiffani Yeager added 14 points. Porterfield, who was nearly constantly double-teamed down low, still scored 15 points.

    In addition to their offensive explosion, the Lady Bulldogs were tenacious on defense, holding Happy Camp to just two field goals in the first quarter and six total points, on the way to a 17-6 lead at the end of one quarter. Butte Valley effectively shut down the vaunted Lady Indian 3-point shooting trio of Shauniece Polmater, Florence Peters and Kassandra Polmateer for the first 12 minutes of the game. However, the Lady Indians would push back midway through the second quarter. (more…)

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    West CoastBoth the Grenada Wildcat boys and girls teams won the SCAL Small Schools league tournament at Butte Valley Elementary School, last weekend.

    The Wildcat boys defeated Dunsmuir Elementary in the championship game, 35-33. In addition to winning the tournament, the Wildcats are a perfect 19-0 this season.

    The Lady Wildcats edged Butteville, 21-19, in the girls championship game. (more…)

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    svpt-small.jpgCountry music legend Ronnie Milsap will take the stage at the 2011 Siskiyou Golden Fair on Thursday, August 11.

    The Siskiyou Golden Fair has a long tradition of bringing in quality entertainment for the Thursday night concert and this year is no exception.

    “This is an opportunity for folks of all ages to witness a country superstar sing number one hits all night long,” said fair CEO Cliff Munson, “It’s gunna be Pure Love.” (more…)

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    mittan-ad-300.jpgWEED – The Weed Cougars tried and mostly succeeded in playing a disciplined basketball game against the Williams Yellowjackets in the first round of the NSCIF Division-V playoffs on Wednesday. The Yellowjackets seemed to prefer a playground style run-and-gun game. In the end, the more disciplined Weed style won out, 60-53, but not before the Yellowjackets made several exciting runs at the Cougars, and Yellowjacket Carlos Velazquez stung the Cougars for 27 points.

    Weed held an 18-13 lead at the end of the first quarter, and 32-18 at the half. It appeared that the game was headed towards the blowout that one might expect when a 4-seed hosts a 13-seed.

    The scrappy Yellowjackets, however, came out swarming in the second half. Velazquez hit a bucket to make it, 32-20.. Two freebies by Cougar Mykeil White made the score 34-20. Weed would not score again until there was just 2:17 left on the clock in the third quarter.

    Back-to-back buckets by William’s Tony Salcedo, cut the Weed lead to 10 points, 34-24. A put-back by Pedro Boites, made it 34-26. Ben Mayes added a free throw for the Jackets, and it was 34-27. Jose Alcaraz catapulted a 3-ball to bring Williams within two possession of the lead, 34-30. A deuce from Velazquez made it a one-basket contest, 34-32, with 2:40 left in the quarter. (more…)

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    The Yreka Elks Lodge will be holding a bingo fundraiser for the Jackson Street School 8th grade graduating class on Sunday, February 27.

    The event will feature a special bingo session that pays cash. There will also be a raffle drawing for prizes.

    Doors open at noon and play begins at 1:00 pm. Seatiung is limited to approximately 110 people.

    The Yreka Elks will have a full concession available during the event. (more…)

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    coffee-break-b.jpgDUNSMUIR – The Dunsmuir Tigers and American Christian Academy Eagles split their four games this season, but it was the Eagles that took the most important contest. The squads met in the first round of the NSCIF Division-VI playoffs on Tuesday night, with the Eagles coming away victorious, 68-51.

    The Eagles led 16-10 at the end of the first quarter, helped by a strong 8-point performance by junior Daniel Olson.

    The Tigers fought back from an 8-point deficit, 23-15, early in the second quarter to take a 26-25 lead on a bucket by Collin Lattanzio 50 seconds before the intermission. A hoop by Olson put the Eagles back in front, 27-26, going into the locker room.

    With 4:33 left in the third quarter, Tiger Jake Mekeel nailed a trey to put Dunsmuir up, 37-36. The final frame began with the Tigers up 41-40. (more…)

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    South Siskiyou Little League, (Weed & Mt. Shasta players) has set a deadline of February 26 for 2011 sign ups. After that date, registration fees will go up and players will not be guaranteed a roster spot, but will be put on a waiting list.

    Registration is ongoing at Sportsmen’s Den or Ridgecrest Mortgage in Mt. Shasta. The big registration date is Saturday, February 26 from 11:00 am – 3:00 pm at the North Weed Subway (by the Y). (more…)

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    Hailing from the heart of Africa, the Kenya Safari Acrobats are an awe-inspiring and dynamic troupe that takes acrobatics to exhilarating extremes. Lost in Africa is a spectacle for the eyes, ears, and the heart. Death defying stunts, comedy, audience participation, and heart-pounding music combine to create a production that will have all ages on the edge of their seat.

    The story begins with a tourist visiting Africa. After being separated from his group, he stumbles upon an abandoned native village. One morning, he explores the various items left behind and begins to play the drums, which startles the natives. The tourist has nothing to defend himself with and pushes the blame to…the audience! Audience members will be worked into the plot and brought to stage throughout the show in this exciting and entertaining African romp. Danger will always be prevalent as the natives figure out different ways to finish the tourist off. Each major production number is tied together with the tourist buying time creating games with the items the natives are using to get kill him (instead of trying to hang him with a rope, he teaches them to jump rope).

    valley-tire-red-300.jpgThe more the natives are entertained, the longer he has to live, and hopefully win them over so he may survive.

    Lost in Africa features many amazing stunts never seen in North America including Bed of Nails, High-flying Jump Rope, Human Pyramids, Contortion, Chair Stacking, and much more. These amazing athletes have performed for corporate events, fairs, and festivals around the world. (more…)

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    The College of the Siskiyous Foundation announces scholarship applications for 2011/2012 are available for Siskiyou County high school seniors who will graduate in June 2011 and current COS students who plan to attend COS during the 2011/2012 year.

    As part of its commitment to student success, the COS Foundation annually awards scholarships to students who have a need for financial assistance. 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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    The Weed junior varsity Lady Cougars completed a a perfect 10-0 Shasta Cascade League season on Friday night, with a 43-31 win over the Mt. Shasta Lady Bear JVs. (more…)

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