Siskiyou County athletes perform well at Hornet Invite

Several Siskiyou County athletes earned top-five finishes at the Hornet Invite, held at Enterprise High School on Saturday.

Among the notable performances were Etna’s Teagan Ford setting the top High Jump mark in the North Section so far this season at 5-06.

Yreka frosh Alisha McFall continued to dominate the sprints, winning her third straight 100m race, and second 200m race. McFall has the best 100m (12.57 at Jefferson Invite) and 200m (26.95 at the 3/29/17 NAL meet) times in the section. She also runs on the Miners 4×100 (50.71) and 4×400 (4:25.73) relay teams which have the best NSCIF times.

Issac Fernandez won the 1600m race in a PR of 4:36.65 – the second fastest time in the NSCIF this year (Brian Hastings, Las Plumas – 4:25.08).

Top-five finishes for Siskiyou County varsity athletes

Girls

Alisha McFall, Yreka: 1st 100m – 13.16, 1st 200m 27.41

Teagan Ford, Etna: 1st High Jump – 5-06.00

Yreka Relay Team: 1st 4×100 – 52.68

Yreka Relay Team: 1st 4×400 – 4:28.47

Lacey Jackson, Yreka: 2nd 300m Hurdles – 50.07, 3rd 100m Hurdles – 17.48

Caitlin Bennett, Etna: 3rd Shot Put – 31-09.25

Caroline Ristuccia, Golden Eagle: 3rd High Jump – 5-02.00 (more…)

Share on Facebook

Coffee Brake Mt. Shasta Bears Softball Player of the Week: L. Rhoades 2X

Coffee Brake POW Softball Rhoades

The Coffee Brake Lady Bears Softball Player of the Week is Leslie Rhoades.

In the doubleheader against Fall River last week, Rhoades was 6/9 at the plate. She threw five innings, and gave up just one hit.

Congratulations Leslie. Coach has your certificate.

Thanks Coffee Brake!

Share on Facebook

7th annual K-9 Golf Tournament

2017 K-9 Golf Tournament Share on Facebook

Siskiyous softball splits with Lassen

Grace Lenthe rips a double for the Eagles.

Grace Lenthe rips a double for the Eagles.

The College of the Siskiyous Eagles softball squad defeated the Lassen Cougars 3-2 in game-one of their doubleheader, but lost 5-4 in the final inning of the second contest.

In game-one, Kaitlin Cox reached on an error to lead off the bottom of the first for Siskiyous. Kaly Alik took a walk. Hannah Newman sac bunted both runners up one base. Kendall Moser walked to load the bases. A hit by Grace Lenthe drove in Cox and Alik, for a 2-0 Eagle advantage.

Siskiyous added a run in the third inning. With two gone, Lenthe reached on an error, and Samara Allred brought her home with a double, making it 3-0. (more…)

Share on Facebook

Miners hold off late rally to beat Bears

Yreka Catcher Ashley Cox catches a pop up to end the game.

Yreka Catcher Ashley Cox catches a pop up to end the game.

The Yreka Miners led 12-6 heading into the bottom of the seventh against the Mt. Shasta Bears on Saturday morning at Shastice Park. The Bears rallied to score five runs and close the gap to 12-11, but Yreka managed to hang on for the win.

An error filled top of the first, helped Yreka jump out to a lead. With one down, Faith Churchill took a walk. Ashley Cox and Katie White reached on errors. Churchill scored when Gabby Donahue reached on an error. Yreka’s only hit in the inning was a memorable one–a grand slam by Amaya Warfield, for a 5-0 Miner advantage.

Yreka helped out the Bears a bit in the home half of the inning, allowing Kacey Cain to reach on an error. Quincie Cross found herself on first base via a fielder’s choice. An error on the play led to Cain being safe at second. Cain came home on a hit by Sydney Cross. Quincie Cross scored on a sac fly by Leslie Rhoades, making it 5-2. (more…)

Share on Facebook

Black Bear Diner Scoreboard & Schedule 3/27 – 4/1

Print

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, April 1

Softball

Mt. Shasta 4 – Colusa 8 @ Mt. Shasta Round Robin

Yreka 5 – Colusa 13 @ Mt. Shasta Round Robin

Mt. Shasta 11 – Yreka 12 @ Mt. Shasta Round Robin

Lassen 5 – COS 4 G-2

Lassen 2 – COS 3 G-1

Baseball

Shasta 13 – COS 2

Track

Yreka, Mt. Shasta, Etna, Golden Eagle, Tulelake, Weed @ Hornet Invite

COS @ Chabot Invite

Friday, March 31

Softball

Mt. Shasta 13 – Fall River 3 G-2

Mt. Shasta 14 – Fall River 0 (5) G-1

Modoc 1 – Etna 6 G-2
Megan Dean WP

Modoc 0 – Etna 13 G-1
Cleo Smith WP

Trinity 22 – Weed 1

Trinity 18 – Weed 0

CORE Butte 8 – Happy Camp 7 G-2

CORE Butte 6 – Happy Camp 9 G-1

COS 0 – Butte 4 G-2

COS 5 – Butte 4 G-1

Baseball

Yreka 12 – Central Valley 4

Mt. Shasta 8 – Fall River 15

Mt. Shasta 7 – Fall River 1 G-1

Modoc 6 – Etna 13 G-2
Steve Lampert WP

Modoc 2 – Etna 3 G-1
Rob Thom WP

Trinity 16 – Weed 14

Trinity 23 – Weed 3

Shasta 1 – COS 0

Track

COS @ Chabot Invite (more…)

Share on Facebook

Indians softball splits with CORE Butte

Brittany Barnett (L) and Emily Stone turned a game-ending double play.

Brittany Barnett (L) and Emily Stone turned a game-ending double play.

The Happy Camp Indians softball squad defeated the CORE Butte Lynx 9-6 in game-one of their Evergreen League doubleheader on Friday. The Lynx took the second contest 8-7.

In the first game, Happy Camp took a 2-0 lead in the bottom of the second inning, with Emily Stone and Brittany Barnett crossing the plate.

CORE Butte put up five runs in the third inning to take the lead, but would not score again until the top of the seventh.

The Indians responded in the home half of the third with four runs, for a 6-5 advantage. Chelsea King, Stone, Megan Martin and Barnett found their way home in the inning. (more…)

Share on Facebook

Yreka v Anderson & Lassen NAL meet

GirdnerThe Yreka Miners hosted Anderson and Lassen for the first Northern Athletic League meet of the season on Wednesday at Miner Stadium. The Miners won all of the team competitions, except Frosh/Soph girls, who were 2nd to Lassen.

Yreka heads to the Hornet Invite this Saturday at Enterprise High School.

Yreka varsity events winners

Girls

Alisha McFall: 100m (13.09), 200m (26.95)

Anya Ireson-Janke: 400m (103.72)

Dusti Luiz: 800m (2:52.98)

McKenzie Morey-Adams: 3200m (13:45.70)

Lacey Jackson: 100m Hurdles (17.47), 300m Hurdles (53.01)

Relay team: 4x100m Relay (53.72)

Relay team: 4x400m Relay (4:33.65)

Boys

Casey Hill: 400m (55.71), Triple Jump (38-05.00)

Blake Chitwood: 800m (2:12.88), 1600m (5:02.99), 3200m (11:15.33)

Matt Robustellini: 110m Hurdles (18.92)

Relay team: 4x100m (48.97)

Full varsity and JV results can be found at athletic.net

Share on Facebook

Miner Perk Yreka Track Athlete of the Week: Ireson-Janke

Miner Perk Track Janke

The Miner Perk Yreka Track Athlete of the Week is Anya Ireson-Janke.

“Anya has been a vital part of our girls’ success on the relay teams,” said Coach Pam Borg. “She is a very tough competitor, and someone I can trust to give 100% effort in all her events.”

Yreka has the top 4×100 (50.71) and 4×400 (4:25.73) relay times in the North Section so far this season.

Congratulations Anya. Enjoy your drink from the Miner Perk.

Thanks Miner Perk!

Share on Facebook

Subway Weed Cougars Dirt Dog of the Week: Sanchez

Subway Weed Sanchez

The Subway Weed Cougars Dirt Dog of the Week is Enrique Sanchez.

Sanchez, “went 6/11 with six RBIs in the ACA Tournament, and got the game-winning hit to beat Hoopa,” said Coach Josh Oates.

Congratulations Enrique. Your certificate for Subway will arrive soon.

Thanks Subway!

Share on Facebook

Miner St. Meat Market Yreka Baseball Player of the Week: Persing

MSM Baseball Persing

The Miner St. Meat Market Yreka Baseball Player of the Week is Jeremy Persing.

Persing, “went 3/6 at the plate last week, and had a complete game win versus Mt. Shasta,” said Coach Jason Freitas.

Congratulations Jeremy. Coach has your certificate for the Miner St. Market.

Thanks Miner St. Meat Market!

Share on Facebook

Proof of Ownership due for 2017 Siskiyou Golden Fair

Proof of Ownership and Bill of Sale documents are due April 11, 2017 for all beef and dairy junior livestock exhibitors showing as independents at the 2017 Siskiyou Golden Fair. All Independent Exhibitors must be registered with the Siskiyou Golden Fair office at this time, and return proof of ownership and a bill of sale by the date listed below or they will not be eligible for the 2017 junior livestock auction.

Beef and Dairy Cattle: due by 5:00 pm on April 11 2017
Swine, Sheep & Goats: due by 5:00 pm on June 9, 2017
Rabbits & Poultry: due by 5:00 pm on July 10,2017

An Independent Exhibitor is someone who does not show livestock through an organization like 4-H, FFA or Grange. Independent exhibitors are required to attend meetings, perform one community service, and maintain a record book regarding their livestock project. The Independent Livestock Exhibitor packet is only required for market animal projects that wish to sell in the Junior Livestock Auction. (more…)

Share on Facebook

Subway COS Eagles Baseball Player of the Week: Tonge

COS Player Baseball Tonge

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

“Tonge pitched six innings against Feather River, allowing two earned runs, and striking out three batters,” said Thielman. “Logan has been solid on the mound, and with the bat the entire season for the Eagles.”

Congratulations Logan. Coach has your certificate for Subway.

Thanks Subway!

Share on Facebook

Miners mangle Falcons 10-0

Eamon Velarde tossed a 2-hit shutout against the Falcons.

Eamon Velarde tossed a 2-hit shutout against the Falcons.

PurrFectPawsADEamon Velarde tossed a 2-hit shutout with five strikeouts and a walk, and the Miners plastered 10 runs on the board against the floundering Falcons (0-1, 1-11) at Hibbard Field, on Tuesday. Yreka scored in four out of five innings in the Northern Athletic League opener.

Cale Cool led off the bottom of the first with a walk, and came home on a ground out by Velarde.

The Miners needed just one hit to score three runs in the second inning, for a 4-0 lead. Kyle Woodward and Garrett Leach each reached on Central Valley miscues, and came around to score. Cool walked and scored. Blake Shepard had a sac fly, and Dawson Fraley hit an RBI single. The third run scored on the Falcons’ third error of the inning. (more…)

Share on Facebook

Miner Perk Yreka Track Athlete of the Week: McFall

Miner Perk Track McFall

The Miner Perk Yreka Track Athlete of the Week is Alisha McFall.

“McFall is #1 in the North Section in the 100m, and #1 all-time for frosh at YHS,” said Coach Pam Borg. “She is very talented and such a sweet young lady. We are excited to see how she can help her team, and improve herself over the season.”

McFall’s 100m time is 12.57.  That’s .11 second off of the best time in the North Section last season.

Congratulations Alisha. Enjoy your drink from the Miner Perk.

Thanks Miner Perk!

Share on Facebook

Doc Swenson’s Quick Clips: Yreka v Central Valley Baseball

Video clips from Yreka’s 10-0 win over Central Valley on Tuesday, March 28, 2017 at Hibbard Field.

Share on Facebook

Mountain Village RV Park Etna Lions Baseball Player of the Week: Dickinson

MVRVad Dickinson

Coach Robbie Munson’s choice for the Mountain Village RV Park Etna Lions Boys Baseball Player of the Week is Payton Dickinson.

“Dickinson went 6/15 at the ACA tourney, with two doubles, eight runs scored and five RBIs,” said Munson. “He also played error free ball at shortstop.”

Congratulations Payton. Coach has your certificate for Mountain Village.

Thanks Mountain Village RV Park and Shell Station!

Share on Facebook