Mountain Village RV Park Etna Lions Boys Basketball Player of the Week: Layton 2X

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Coach Jason Walker’s pick for the Mountain Village RV Park Etna Lions Boys Basketball Player of the Week is Devonn Layton.

Walker chose Layton for three games in a row with 20 or more points.

Congratulations Devonn. Coach has your certificate for Mountain Village.

Thanks Mountain Village RV Park and Shell Station!

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Miner St. Meat Market Yreka Girls Basketball Player of the Week: Trujillo

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The Miner Street Meat Market’s Player of the Week is Mariana Trujillo.

Mariana, “stepped up her game and hit a few critical shots. She had her best game of the year against U-Prep, and she had good defense,” said Coach Garron Whitehouse.

Congratulations Mariana. Enjoy your certificate for the Miner St. Meat Market.

Thanks Miner St. Meat Market!

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Coffee Brake Mt. Shasta Bears Girls B-Ball Player of the Week: Berg

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Coach Kirk Andrus selection for the Coffee Brake Mt. Shasta Bears Girls B-ball Player of the Week is Chanel Berg.

Berg, “exemplifies our team closeness. She is great for us in practice, helping us to get ready for big league games. She has a a great attitude, and is a great teammate,” said Andrus (more…)

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Updated girls and boys 2018 NSCIF basketball playoff points as of 2/12/18

The Northern Section released the initial girls and boys 2018 NSCIF basketball playoff points rankings on Monday.

Girls

Division-IV: Yreka 7th (T), West Valley #1

Division-V: Mt. Shasta 3rd, Durham #1

Divsion-VI: Etna 5th, Tulelake 7th, Weed 9th, Fall River #1

Division-VII: Happy Camp 2nd (T), Butte Valley 6th, Dunsmuir 9th, Hayfork #1

Boys

Division-IV: Yreka 10th, Corning #1

Division-V: Mt. Shasta 1st, Tulelake 11th (T)

Divsion-VI: Weed 7th (T), Etna 7th (T), Redding Christian #1

Division-VII: Butte Valley 4th (T), Happy Camp 6th, Dunsmuir 11th, Ipakanni #1

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Scott River Builders Happy Camp Indians Basketball Player of the Week: Williams

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Coach Kevin Harrison’s pick for the Scott River Builders Happy Camp Indians Boys Basketball Player of the Week is Kohl Williams.

Williams was chosen for, “stepping up and filling in a big role in our Indian offense and defense,” said Harrison

Congratulations Kohl. Mrs. Mitchell has your gift certificate.

Thanks Scott River Builders!

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Subway Mt. Shasta Bears Boys Basketball Player of the Week: Gore

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The Subway Mt. Shasta Bears Boys Basketball Player of the Week is Anthony Gore.

Gore was chosen for, “his point guard play, and leadership. He had a season-high 14 points last Tuesday night,” said Coach Cliff Blakely.

Congratulations Anthony. Coach has your certificate for Subway.

Thanks Subway!

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Wildwood Crossing Etna Lions Girls Basketball Player of the Week: Dickinson

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The Wildwood Crossing Etna Lions Girls Basketball Player of the Week is Carson Dickinson.

Dickinson, “has been a great leader for our team. She never quits, and always gives 100% at every task,” said Coach Alyssa Scala.

Congratulations Carson. Coach has your certificate from Wildwood Crossing.

Thanks Wildwood Crossing!

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Subway Weed Cougars Girls Basketball Player of the Week: Bangert 2X

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The Subway Weed Cougars Girls Basketball Player of the Week is Christine Bangert.

Bangert, “gave an incredible effort, and scored well in a game with Fall River, where we were shorthanded due to injuries. She also played a good all-around game against Mt. Shasta,” said Coach Ed Stokes.

Congratulations Christine. Coach has your Subway certificate.

Thanks Subway!

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2018 NSCIF Division-II girls soccer bracket

NSCIF Girls Winter Soccer Playoffs 2018 Div 2 Girls Soccer Playoffs

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Bears hold off Wolves

Kaden Riccomini dropped in 32 points (click image for slide show).

Kaden Riccomini dropped in 32 points (click image for slide show).

Photos by Violet Carter

The Mt. Shasta Bears put up 18 points in each of the first two quarters on Friday night, for a 36-25 lead at the intermission.

Trinity battled back in the third quarter, outscoring the Bears 21-15, to trail 51-46 heading into the final frame. Mt. Shasta edged the Wolves 20-19 in the fourth, to secure a 71-65 victory.

Kaden Riccomini dropped in four 3-pointers, and had 32 points total. Kody Bauman scored 16, and Kole Riccomini had seven points for the Bears. Mt. Shasta was 13/24 at the free throw line.

Brian Harper led Trinity with 22 points, including four 3-balls. Marcus Williamson added 19 points, and Yodi LaFein contributed 10 points. The Wolves shot 11/16 at the line.

Shasta Cascade League Standings

Mt. Shasta 9-0, 22-3
Trinity 6-3, 16-9
Modoc 5-4, 16-7
Fall River 2-6, 17-6
Etna 2-6, 8-13
Weed 1-6, 10-9

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Trinity girls come back to defeat Bears

Trinity's Dara Gaeuman shoots the game-winning free throw.

Trinity’s Dara Gaeuman shoots the game-winning free throw.

Photos by Violet Carter

PurrFectPawsADThe Trinity girls defeated the Mt. Shasta Bears 36-35, on a free throw by Dara Gaeuman with no time remaining on the clock.

The Bears led after the first quarter 12-11, and at the half 19-17. It was a 31-27 Bear advantaged heading into the final frame.

However, the visitors held Mt. Shasta to just four points in the fourth, while scoring nine for the win.

Lauren Harper led Trinity with nine points, and Nicole Fornaciari scored eight. The Wolves were 10/16 at the charity stripe.

Lily Hitchcock had a game-high 11 points. Abby Andrus and Taryn Linares each added nine points. The Bears shot no free throws…wait, what?

Shasta Cascade League Standings

Fall River 7-2, 20-5
Trinity 6-3, 15-10
Mt. Shasta 6-3, 15-10
Modoc 4-5, 12-10
Etna 3-5, 13-9
Weed 0-8. 8-13

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2018 Mt. Shasta Winter Carnival Royalty

2018 Mt. Shasta Winter Carnival King Myles Deleon and Queen Erin Blockman (click image for slide show).

2018 Mt. Shasta Winter Carnival King Myles Deleon and Queen Erin Blockman (click image for slide show).

Photos by Violet Carter

Myles Deleon and Erin Blockman were crowned 2018 Mt. Shasta Winter Carnival King and Queen between varsity games on Friday night.

Kekai Ferguson and Ireland Cross were selected Prince and Princess.

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Black Bear Diner Scoreboard & Schedule 2/6 – 2/10

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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, February 10

Softball

COS 0 – Cabrillo 7

COS 0 – Cabrillo 9

Baseball

COS 5 – San Francisco 2

COS 1 – San Francisco 2

Friday, February 9

Girls Basketball

U-Prep 47 – Yreka 43

U-Prep JV 29 – Yreka JV 31

U-Prep Frosh 52 – Yreka Frosh 54

Trinity 36 – Mt. Shasta 35

Slide show and story coming

Weed 15 – Fall River 55

Etna 49 – Modoc 44
Etna scoring: Caitlin Bennett 14, Bre Buker 13

Etna JV 46 – Modoc JV 41
Etna scoring: Megan Bennett 19, Kasydi Bennett 15

Happy Camp 54 – Butte Valley 50

Hayfork 48 – Tulelake 68

Boys Basketball

Yreka 52 – U-Prep 59
Yreka scoring: Tycen Birch 15, James Ward 15

Yreka JV 64 – U-Prep JV 61
Yreka scoring: Jaeden Fraley 18, Nathan Hoven-Laffon 14

Yreka Frosh 45 – U-Prep Frosh 47
Yreka scoring: Nick Stensether 18

Trinity 65 – Mt. Shasta 71

Slide show and story coming

Etna 53 – Modoc 70
Etna scoring: Devonn Layton 22, Wyatt Black 14

Etna JV 53 – Modoc JV 60

Weed 55 – Fall River 57

Weed JV – Fall River JV

Happy Camp 55 – Butte Valley 49

Hayfork 40 – Tulelake 57

Softball

COS 0 – San Jose 8

COS 2 – Santa Rosa 18

Baseball

COS 6 – San Francisco 5

Thursday, February 8

Girls Basketball

Big Valley 43 – Dunsmuir 45

Boys Basketball

Big Valley defeated Dunsmuir

Girls Soccer

Yreka 0 – U-Prep 3

Boys Soccer

Yreka 0 – U-Prep 4

Softball

COS 0 – Monterey 14 (more…)

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Local football players sign with Eagles

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Several local high school football players signed to play for the College of the Siskiyous Eagles on Wednesday.

Mt Shasta High School

#4 Myles DeLeon (LB) 6’1” 195lbs

Weed High School

#54 Devyn Ayala (OL/DL) 6’3” 272lbs

#77 Chris Brigham (DL) 5’10” 230lbs

#22 Bil Bedzyk (OLB) 5’9” 180lbs

#44 TJ Virasonh (FB/LB) 6’2” 225lbs

Yreka High School

#4 Blake Shepard (RB) 5’10” 210lbs

#72 Payton Charlesworth (DL) 5’10” 250lbs

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Rams sweep Panthers in boys basketball

Click image for slide show.

Click image for slide show.

Photos by Courtney Quirmbach

The Jackson St. School Rams swept the visiting Scott Valley Junior High Panthers on Wednesday evening.

The 7th grade Rams won 38-18, and the the 8th graders prevailed 57-19.

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Scott River Builders Happy Camp Indians Basketball Player of the Week: Hahn

SR Builders Hahn

Coach Kevin Harrison’s pick for the Scott River Builders Happy Camp Indians Boys Basketball Player of the Week is Brad Hahn.

Hahn was chosen because, “he has the heart of a lion,” said Coach Harrison

Congratulations Brad. Mrs. Mitchell has your gift certificate.

Thanks Scott River Builders!

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Doc Swenson’s Quick Clips: Jackson St. v Scott Valley JH Boys Basketball

Video highlights shot by Courtney Quirmbach of the Jackson St. versus Scott Valley JH boys basketball games in Yreka, on Wednesday, February 7, 2018.

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