Lady Eagles 2017 Softball Camp

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Siskiyous women defeat Palomar, 73-51, will play for state championship on Sunday

Megan Dailey, shown here earlier in the season against Chabot, scored 24 points against Palomar on Saturday.

Megan Dailey, shown here earlier in the season against Chabot, scored 24 points against Palomar on Saturday.

Celestial Prom copyThe South 4-seed Palomar Comets (28-3) probably didn’t know what hit them in the first quarter of their semifinal game against the College of the Siskiyous Eagles. COS jumped out to a 20-3 lead in the opening period.

However, Palomar battled back in the second stanza, closing the gap to seven points, 32-25, and would get even closer in the 2nd half.

In the third quarter, the Comets closed to within a possession, 38-35, with 6:55 on the clock, but it was their last gasp. Eagle Hannah Thompson connected from downtown, to make it 41-35, and start a 21-6 run to close out the quarter. Going into the final frame, COS led 56-41. Melissa Dailey had 10 points in the quarter, and Megan Dailey added seven. (more…)

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Black Bear Diner Scoreboard & Schedule 3/7 – 3/11

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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

Sunday, March 12

Women’s basketball

COS 54 – Mt. San Antonio 75 – CCCAA State Championship Tourney Final

Saturday, March 11

Girls basketball

#14 Mt. Shasta 47 – #6 San Joaquin Memorial 39 – Rd-2 CIF D-V State Playoffs

#3N COS 73 – #4S Palomar 51 – CCCAA State Championship Tourney Semifinals

Softball

Mt. Shasta 3 – Orland 12 @ Anderson Tourney

Mt. Shasta 17 – South Fork 1 @ Anderson Tourney

Yreka 0 – Central Valley 10 @ Anderson Tourney

Yreka 4 – Hoopa 3 @ Anderson Tourney

Yreka 10 – Happy Camp 0 @ Anderson Tourney

Etna 15 – Fall River 3 @ Anderson Tourney

Etna 2 – Central Valley 4 @ Anderson Tourney

Baseball

Yreka 6 – Colfax 5 @ Oroville Tourney

Etna 4 – Anderson 4 Oroville Tourney

Mt. Shasta 3 – Gridley 1 @ Colusa Tourney

Mt. Shasta 20 – American Christian 12 @ Colusa Tourney

Butte 13 – COS 1 G-2

Butte 5  COS 10 G-1

Friday, March 10

Softball

Yreka 9 – Fall River 0 @ Anderson Tourney

Yreka 8 – Orland 3 @ Anderson Tourney

Yreka 10 – Weed 0 @ Anderson Tourney

Mt. Shasta 8 – Quincy 2 @ Anderson Tourney

Mt. Shasta 8 – Hoopa 2 @ Anderson Tourney

Mt. Shasta 14 – Hamilton @ Anderson Tourney

Happy Camp 1 – Anderson 11 @ Anderson Tourney

Happy Camp 5 – Portola 7 @ Anderson Tourney

Etna 17 – Happy Camp 2 @ Anderson Tourney

Etna 11 – Portola 2 @ Anderson Tourney

Etna 7 – Anderson 9  @ Anderson Tourney

Weed 3 – Fall River 18 @ Anderson Tourney

Baseball

Yreka 14 – Anderson 0 @ Oroville Tourney
Eamon Velarde tossed a 5-inning no hitter.

Yreka 5 – St. Bernard’s 6 @ Oroville Tourney

Etna 1 – Chico 9 @ Oroville Tourney

Etna 3 – Colfax 9 @ Oroville Tourney

Mt. Shasta 3 – Willows 5 @ Colusa Tourney

Mt. Shasta 6 – Gridley 7 @ Colusa Tourney

Butte 13 – COS 0

Women’s Basketball

#3N COS 93 – #2S East Los Angeles 81 – CCCAA State Championship Tourney Quarterfinal (more…)

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Lady Eagles explode for 35 fourth quarter points to beat East LA, and advance to state semifinals

Hannah Thompson, shown here during COS' playoff win over Delta, dropped 36 points on East Los Angeles.

Hannah Thompson, shown here during COS’ playoff win over Delta, dropped 36 points on East Los Angeles.

GirdnerThe College of the Siskiyous Eagles women found themselves trailing by 13 points, 25-12, with 2:03 to go in the opening quarter. At that point, the broadcast commentators at SoCal College Sports were ready to call the state championship quarterfinal game for the East Los Angeles Huskies (28-3). You see, they knew East LA. They knew how good the South 2-seed was.

However, they didn’t know the Eagles.

The commentators never expected Siskiyous to battle back to tie the contest 58-58, going into the final frame. And, they certainly didn’t see the Eagles dropping 35 points on the Huskies in the fourth quarter. Even in their regular season losses to South #1 Mt. San Antonio and North #2 San Francisco, they never gave up anywhere close to that many points in a quarter.

When the final horn blew, California’s top scoring women’s junior college team (96.5) had plastered 93 points on the board to East LA’s 81.

“Another great second half shooting performance,” said Coach Tom Powers. “(defensively) we took away their second shots, and only turned the ball over five times in the second half.”

Siskiyous had 10 turnovers in the first half and finished with 15. East LA finished with 19 turnovers.

Although the Eagles were down by double digits in the first quarter, they outscored the Huskies 8-2 in the final two minutes, to go into the second stanza trailing 27-20. Melissa Dailey had eight points in the quarter, and Hannah Thompson scored six. (more…)

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2017 COS/Sportsmen’s Den Baseball Skills Camp

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Subway COS Eagles Softball Player of the Week: Alik

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Coach John Cox’s choice for the Subway COS Eagles Softball Player of the Week is Kaly Alik.

Alik was 4/7 last week at the plate with a run scored, a double, a triple and two RBI against West Valley and Ohlone.

She also played, “solid defense,” according to Cox.

Congratulations Kaly. Coach has your certificate for Subway.

Thanks Subway!

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COS Softball Fundraiser: “Night at the Races”

Saturday, March 11, the College of the Siskiyous Softball team will hold a “Night at the Races” fundraiser at the Yreka Elks Lodge, located at 332 West Miner.

Tickets are $20 and include ownership of one horse, door prizes and entry to event. Doors open at 6:30 pm, with post time at 7:00 pm.

There will be 10 thoroughbred horse races with 10 entries. You can win the $$$ by owning a horse or betting on a horse. Raffle tickets equals prizes.

For more info, contact John Cox at 925-4659, Brooke Cox at 925-4662 or Daniel Sanchez at 515-1765.

All proceeds benefit Lady Eagles Softball.

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Coffee Brake Mt. Shasta Bears Girls B-ball Player of the Week: Hitchcock 2X

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The Coffee Brake Mt. Shasta Bears Girls B-ball Player of the Week is Lily Hitchcock.

Lily had, “two tremendous games (last week), with 33 points (including seven 3-pointers) and eight assists,” said Coach Kirk Andrus. “She has proven herself to be a real prime time performer as a sophomore.” (more…)

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Subway COS Lady Eagles Basketball Player of the Week: Derner 2X

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Assistant Coach Noelle Collier’s pick for the Subway COS Lady Eagles Basketball Player of the Week is Beth Derner.

“Derner was our spark off the bench, scoring our last bucket of the half, and hitting a big ‘three’ in the fourth quarter,” said Collier.

Congratulations Beth. Coach has your certificate for Subway.

Thanks Subway!

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Subway Mt. Shasta Bears Boys B-ball Player of the Week: Pavlic

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The Subway Mt. Shasta Bears Boys B-ball Player of the Week is Brooks Pavlic.

Coach Cliff Blakely chose Pavlic, “for keeping a positive attitude until the end against Trinity.”

Congratulations Brooks. Coach has your certificate for Subway.

Thanks Subway!

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Miner St. Meat Market Yreka Baseball Player of the Week: O’Gorman

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“O’Gorman did a great job leading off and running the bases. He executed what we have been working on in practice,” said Coach Jason Freitas.

Congratulations Tyler. Your certificate for the Miner St. Market will arrive soon.

Thanks Miner St. Meat Market!

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Coffee Brake Mt. Shasta Bears Girls B-ball Player of the Week: Andrus 2X

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The Coffee Brake Mt. Shasta Bears Girls B-ball Player of the Week for the week of 2/20/17 is Emily Andrus.

Emily had, “a great performance against Quincy, with 31 points, six rebounds, three assists and three steals,” said Coach Kirk Andrus (more…)

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2017 Sportsmen’s Expo

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Subway COS Eagles Baseball Player of the Week: Bowers

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Coach Nick Thielman’s pick for the Subway COS Eagles Baseball Player of the Week is Dylan Bowers.

Bowers picked up the win last Friday against Redwoods, throwing six innings of one-hit ball. He is 2-1 this season with a 1.74 ERA.

Congratulations Dylan. Your certificate for Subway will arrive soon.

Thanks Subway!

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Wildwood Crossing Etna Lions Girls Basketball Player of the Week: Duerr 2X

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The Wildwood Crossing Etna Lions Girls Basketball Player of the Week is Grace Duerr.

Duerr, “played with heart the entire Durham game, and led the team by example the entire year,” said Coach Alyssa Scala.

Congratulations Grace. Coach has your certificate from Wildwood Crossing.

Thanks Wildwood Crossing!

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Golden Rush Espresso Yreka Miners Boys Basketball Player of the Week: Eastman

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Sorry, we’re a few days late with this one.

The Golden Rush Espresso Yreka Miners Boys Basketball Player of the Week is Ryan Eastman.

Eastman, “stepped into a starting role, and did a great job,” said Coach Christian Birch.

Congratulations Ryan. Coach has your gift card for Golden Rush Espresso.

Thanks Golden Rush!

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Siskiyous women win battle with Delta to advance to state championship tourney

Megan Dailey scores two of her 15 points for the Eagles.

Megan Dailey scores two of her 15 points for the Eagles.

PurrFectPawsADThe College of the Siskiyous Eagles women came to play basketball on Saturday night in Weed. The San Joaquin Delta Mustangs (25-7) came to brawl. In the end, the B-ballers beat the brawlers 76-70.

The #5 Mustangs played strong perimeter defense that created a bit of difficulty for the Eagles. COS connected on just one 3-pointer in the first quarter and nine total for the game, three below their season average of 12.1. However, Siskiyous adjusted and went to a dribble-drive, stop-and-pop strategy that produced several 2-point buckets. COS was able to utilize their long distance game a bit more in the fourth quarter, dropping in a trio of treys.

On the strength of their defense, Delta led 17-16 at the end of the first quarter.

The four-seed Eagles made their adjustments and outscored the Mustangs 22-14 in the second stanza. Melissa Dailey led with eight points, and Hannah Thompson had six. Siskiyous ended the half on a nice Megan Dailey pass to Beth Derner for a layup and a 38-31 lead. (more…)

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