Honkers hammer Dunsmuir for Homecoming

Honker Alejo Hernandez had a 91-yard rushing touchdown, and returned a punt 41 yards for a TD.

Honker Alejo Hernandez had a 91-yard rushing touchdown, and returned a punt 41 yards for a TD.

PurrFectPawsADThe Tulelake Honkers celebrated Homecoming with a 47-0 win over the Dunsmuir Tigers on Friday afternoon.

The Honkers drove 76 yards on their first possession of the game, with Athen Kandra finishing it off with a 48-yard run. Gus Loza added the PAT, for a 7-0 Tulelake lead.

A fumble recovery by Eliasar Jaime gave the ball back to the Honkers at their own 45. Teagan Walker capped the second Tulelake drive, with a touchdown run from a yard out on a quarterback keeper. Loza split the uprights again, making the score 14-0 with 2:24 left in the first quarter.

Kandra blocked a punt, setting up the Tulelake offense in Tiger territory at the 47. A couple of plays later, Kandra went 42 yards for a TD. Loza made it 21-0, at the 6:12 mark of the second stanza. (more…)

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Doc Swenson’s Quick Clips: Butte Valley v Hayfork

Video clips from Butte Valley’s 52-22 win over Hayfork on Friday, October 6, 2017.

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2017 Tulelake Honkers Homecoming Royalty

2017 Tulelake Homecoming King Eliasar Jaime and Queen Sequoyah Taylor.

2017 Tulelake Homecoming King Eliasar Jaime and Queen Sequoyah Taylor.

Tulelake held its 2017 Homecoming crowning ceremony following the Honkers 47-0 defeat of the Dunsmuit Tigers on Friday.

Eliasar Jaime is the king, and Sequoyah Taylor is the Queen.

Andrew Perez and Annette Chavez were crowned prince and princess.

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Yreka v West Valley volleyball photos

Yreka v West Valley Front copy

GirdnerAll three levels of the Yreka Miners volleyball program fell to West Valley on Thursday evening.

The frosh lost 13-25, 11-25.

The junior varsity came up short 25-22, 14-25, 10-15.

The varsity won the first set 25-20. The Miners had West Valley down 13-6 in set-two, but a series of Yreka serve receive and hitting errors swung the momentum West Valley’s way, allowing the Eagles to come back to win 25-15. West Valley took the next two sets 25-22 and 25-17.

Yreka (2-2, 19-10) goes to Lassen (0-2, 1-8) on Tuesday.

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Black Bear Diner Scoreboard & Schedule 10/3 – 10/8

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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 no one else is there. Also, there may be some games not on the schedule because coaches haven’t posted on MaxPreps or haven’t sent SiskiyouYouth.com a schedule.

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

Saturday, October 7

Football

COS has a bye

Cross Country

Yreka, Mt. Shasta, Etna, Golden Eagle @ Yreka Elks Invite

Friday, October 6

Football

Yreka 14 – Lassen 30

Yreka JV 0 –  Lassen JV 36

Etna 0 – Modoc 14

Etna JV 0 – Modoc JV 26

Mt. Shasta 26 – U-Prep 30

Mt. Shasta JV40  – U-Prep JV 8

Weed 6 – Big Valley 61

Happy Camp 14 – Redding Christian 42

Dunsmuir 0 – Tulelake 47

Hayfork 22 – Butte Valley 52

Volleyball

Hayfork 0 – Butte Valley 3 (25-12, 25-17, 25-22)

Butte 3 – COS 0 (25-16, 25-14, 25-16)

Cross Country

COS @ NorCal Preview (Salinas)

Thursday, October 5

Volleyball

West Valley 3 – Yreka 1 (20-25, 25-15, 25-22, 25-17)

West Valley JV 2 – Yreka JV 1 (22-25, 25-14, 15-10)

West Valley Frosh 2 – Yreka Frosh 0 (24-13, 25-11)

Trinity 3 – Weed 0

Trinity JV 2 – Weed JV 1

Mt. Shasta 0 – Fall River 3

Mt Shasta JV 0 – Fall River JV 2

Soccer

Trinity 2 – Weed 7
Weed goals: Kyle Matheson (3), Austin Robbins (3), Angel Nicholas. Assists: Matheson (3), Robbins, Behr Marshall, Spencer Ensminger, Anthony Amezcua

Mt. Shasta 4 – Butte Valley 0
Mt. Shasta goals: Alexis Ramirez (2), Gavin Paisley, Ross Winters

Tulelake 10 – Fall River 1

Golf

Yreka @ NAL match (Tucker Oaks) (more…)

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Sheep Mountain Embroidery Weed Cougars Soccer Player of the Week: Nicholas

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The Sheep Mountain Embroidery Weed Cougars Soccer Player of the Week is Angel Nicholas.

Coach Russ Moller chose Nicholas for, “his hustle and perseverance on the pitch. He is always looking for ways he can help out the team, offensively and defensively. He keeps us in games .”

Congratulations Angel. Coach has your gift card.

Thanks Sheep Mountain Embroidery!

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Subway COS Eagles Volleyball Player of the Week: Derner

COS Player Volleyball Derner

Coach Tom Powers choice for the Subway COS Eagles Volleyball Player of the Week is Beth Derner.

Derner, “had her best match of the season (against Simpson JV). As the libero, she was diving and keeping balls in play the entire match,” said Powers.

Congratulation Beth. Coach has your certificate for Subway.

Thanks Subway!

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Etna v Fall River JV volleyball photos

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The Etna Lions junior varsity squad defeated the Fall River Bulldogs 2-1 in Etna on Tuesday night. Set scores were 25-16, 23-25, 15-10.

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Subway Mt. Shasta Bears Football Player of the Week: Howe

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Coach John Dutton’s pick for the Subway Mt. Shasta Bears Football Player of the Week is Brian Howe.

Howe had, “five receptions for 70 yards and a touchdown (against Chester),” said Dutton. “He also played good on defense.”

Congratulations Brian. Coach has your certificate for Subway.

Thanks Subway!

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The South Fork Baking Co. Etna Lions Football Player of the Week: Dickson

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Coach Wade Dickinson’s pick for The South Fork Baking Company Etna Lions Football Player of the Week is Mason Dickson.

“In a tough night, he played his heart out on both sides of the ball,” said Dickinson. “Thanks Mason for leading by example.”

Congratulations Mason. Coach has your gift certificate for The South Fork Baking Company.

Thank South Fork!

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Coffee Brake Mt. Shasta Bears Soccer Player of the Week: Aguirre

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The Coffee Brake Mt. Shasta Bears Soccer Player of the Week is Asher Aguirre.

Aguirre, “has really stepped up his game the last couple weeks, and is playing amazing ‘D’ on the back line,” said Coach Brad Robinson. (more…)

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Cougars and Bears battle to a draw

Weed v Mt Shasta Front copy

Photos by Violet Carter

The Bears and Cougars squared off in Weed on Tuesday, and wound up in a tied match, 1-1.

Gavin Paisley scored for the Bears in the first half, with an assist by Chanel Berg. Kyle Matheson tied it for the Cougars in the second stanza. Austin Robbins had the assist. (more…)

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Subway Weed Cougars Football Player of the Week: Virasonh

Subway Weed Football Virasonh

Coach Glen Gonzales’ choice for the Subway Weed Cougars Football Player of the Week for the Hayfork game is TJ Virasonh.

Virasonh, “played a position he had never played and tore it up. He had several tackles and a sack,” said Gonzalez.

Congratulations TJ. Coach has your gift certificate for Subway.

Thanks Subway!

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Lions nip Bulldogs, lead SCL volleyball

Maddy Jones dealt four aces for Etna, as well as having two kills and a pair of blocks.

Maddy Jones dealt four aces for Etna, as well as having two kills and a pair of blocks.

It was no secret going into Tuesday night’s match between the Etna Lions and the visiting Fall River Bulldogs that it would be round-one of the virtual Shasta Cascade League championship series. The round went to Etna 3-1, with set scores of 26-24, 26-28, 25-20, 27-25.

The first set was tied at 23-23 when Katie Turner ripped a kill for the Lions. An Etna miscue tied it again at 24-24. Back-to-back kills by Teagan Ford sealed it for Etna, 26-24.

Fall River jumped out to a 5-1 advantage in the second set. Etna battled back to tie it at 14-14, and took the lead on a kill from Madie Meyer. The squads went back and forth from there, until the Lions led 25-24. A kill by Madison Corder tied it up 25-25. The teams exchanged mistakes to make the score 26-26. An Etna error followed by an a Hallee Olsen ace gave the Bulldogs the win 28-26. (more…)

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Thanks a Latte Yreka Miners Golfer of the Week: Schmidt

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Yreka Golf Coach Bryce Cummings’ choice for the Thanks a Latte Yreka Miners Golfer of the Week is Molly Schmidt.

Schmidt’s, “hard work has paid off by being able to play consistently each and every week,” said Cummings (more…)

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Miner Perk Yreka Volleyball Player of the Week: Conner 2X

Miner Perk Volleyball Conner

Coach Scott Eastman’s choice for the Miner Perk Yreka Volleyball Player of the Week is Hailey Conner.

Conner, “continues to help drive the offense with her hitting,” said Eastman. “She has led us in kills each of the last four matches.”

Congratulations Hailey. Coach has your gift card for the Miner Perk.

Thanks Miner Perk!

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COS Senior Theatre performs “The Boarding House”

For their 5th annual fall show, the COS Senior Theatre troupe will perform “The Boardinghouse” for one weekend only at the COS Weed Campus in the Black Box Studio Theatre. Performances will be held October 12, 13, and 14 at 7:00 pm. The finale performance will be Sunday, October 15 at 2:00 pm.

This performance is a presentation of comedy and drama in two Acts. Join the “normal” people at The Boardinghouse and find out if Dirk Shadow finds the hidden treasure of Captain Schnook? Will Gladys stuff Richard and hang him in her closet? What does Dr. Sniffle know about bones, and what’s really buried in the basement? The show provides solid entertainment starring: Jeannine Beam, Kim Nile, Larry Holben, Penny Bloodhart, Bennett Gale, Susie Boyd, Katie LaBaron, DeLeon Grabowski, and Donna Stroshine. Directed by Bennett Gale.

Tickets for the performance may be purchased from the Weed Campus Bookstore, Yreka Campus Business Office, and in Mt. Shasta at the Fifth Season and Snow Creek Studios. Tickets will also be available for purchase at the door. Cost is a suggested donation of $10. Limited seating is available. Advisory: Some Mature Content

For information about this show contact DeLeon Grabowski by calling (530) 938-3504 or send an email to wizardman@snowcrest.net.

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