Sawyer Ducharme opened the scoring for the Bears at the 23-minute mark. With about five minutes to go in the first half, Weed had a golden opportunity to score. The ball got behind the Bear goalkeeper, but defender Alastair Curley came up with the save to preserve Mt. Shasta’s 1-0 lead going into halftime. (more…)Share on Facebook
Careless means that the player has shown a lack of attention or consideration when making a challenge or acted without precaution.
• No further disciplinary sanction is needed if a foul is judged to be careless
Reckless means that the player has acted with complete disregard of the danger to, or consequences for, the opponent
• A player who plays in a reckless manner shall be cautioned.
Using excessive force means that the player has far exceeded the necessary use of force and is in danger of injuring the opponent.
• A player who uses excessive force shall be sent off. (more…)Share on Facebook
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Not only did the Yreka Chargers Mighty Mites have to face the South Siskiyou Knights this past Saturday, they also had to battle the cold temperatures and freezing winds. This was a scrimmage style game with half of the Chargers Mighty Mites taking turns filling positions for the South Siskiyou team. Jake Peterson, scored two touchdowns for the South Siskiyou team, while Davon Ruiz, ran his first ever touch down for the Yreka Chargers Mighty Mites. Next week, don’t miss the 8:45 am face off against Willows. If you haven’t seen these little guys play you are really missing out. (more…)Share on Facebook
DORRIS – The Butte Valley Bulldog soccer team used speed and finesse to shred the Etna Lion defense for three first half goals on the way to a decisive 4-1 win on Tuesday. Jose Avalos and Jose Gonzalez each tallied two goals, with Gonzalez also picking up an assist. Etna’s lone goal came on a penalty kick by Erik Anaya.
It took less than a minute for the Bulldogs to register their first goal. Gonzalez moved down the right side of the field and crossed a pass to Avalos who scored. Four minutes later, Avalos scored unassisted, making it 2-0. Gonzalez scored his first goal at the 30-minute mark, giving Butte Valley a 3-0 lead going into halftime. (more…)Share on Facebook
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WEED – College of the Siskiyous President Randall Lawrence told the COS Eagle football team that it will be “Homecoming every game from now on,” following the Screamin’ Eagles 24-14 win over the Laney College Eagles.
Early in the contest, it didn’t appear that the COS homecoming bash was going to be all that happy, as Laney drove deep into Screamin’ Eagle (Eagles from here on) territory on its first possession. With the ball on the Eagle 10-yard-line, Laney completed a pass, but the receiver fumbled. Eagle Devin Howard picked up the loose ball and rumbled 25 yards to the
With winds howling up to 45 mph, the Tigers scored four times in the first seven minutes of the game. Each of the first three scores came on the third play of Dunsmuir’s possessions.
Nate Gonzales put the Tigers on the board with an 18-yard run. Next, Lt Hisey hit Gonzales with a 30-yard TD pass. Hisey followed up with a 21-yard strike to Zach Bartoo. Justin Declusin finished off the first quarter scoring with a 46-yard run to the end zone. (more…)Share on Facebook
WEED – The Weed varsity football team left no doubt, that Bulldogs are no match for Cougars–at least not when it comes to Weed Cougars and Los Molinos Bulldogs. The Cougars racked up 335 rushing yards and 469 total yards of offense on the way to a 41-0 rout of the Bulldogs on Friday night.
Weed picked up all the points it would really need on its second drive of the game. Micah White picked off a Bulldog pass, giving the Cougars possession on the Los Molinos 46-yard-line. Back-to-back runs by Robert Aquila moved the ball 18 yards to the Bulldog 28. Travis Andrews went three yards to the 25. A reverse by White went for 21 yards and put the ball on the Bulldog 4-yard-line. Andrews took it the rest of the way, to put the Cougars up 6-0, with 3:53 left in the first quarter. The PAT was blocked. (more…)Share on Facebook
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Junior Zavalza staked the Lions to 1-0 lead just four minutes into the match, with an assist by Juan Castaneda. While both teams had good opportunities, neither squad would score again until well into the second half. (more…)Share on Facebook
Saturday, October 3
Dunsmuir 54 – Herlong
COS 24 – Laney 14
COS Rushing: Patrick Lunney 108 yds, 2-pt conversion. Passing: Josh Hudson 17/24, 220 yds, 3 TDs. Receiving: Isaac Silafau 5/97 yds; Alex Coleman 4/59, TD; Kakeim Pearson 2/22, TD; Kyson Culp 2/20, TD. Field Goal: Aaron Sinnott. Tackles: Donavon Cunningham 10, Jasen Meyers 6.5; Tyson Stephens 6. Sack: Devin Dyer. Fumble recoveries: Devin Howard, Donovan Cunningham.
Yreka Chargers @
Etna 0 – St. Mary’s 2 @ St. Mary’s Tournament
Etna 1 – Phoenix 1 @ St. Mary’s Tournament
Etna 2 – Chiloquin 0 @ St. Mary’s Tournament
Etna 2 – Lakeview 0 @ St. Mary’s Tournament
NorCal Meet, JV @
Friday, October 2
Mt. Shasta JV 8 -Rio Vista JV 47
Etna 20 – Burney 38
Weed 41 – Los Molinos 0
Weed JV 0 – Los Molinos 36
Yreka has a bye
Happy Camp has a bye
Weed, Etna @ West Valley Coed Invitational
NorCal Meet, Varsity @
Monday, October 26
Mt. Shasta @ league finals
Tuesday, October 27
Yreka @ Central Valley, 6:30 pm
Mt. Shasta v Etna, 5:30 pm
Weed @ Trinity, 5:30 pm
Dunsmuir v Surprise Valley, 4:30 pm double header
Butte Valley @ Tulelake, 5:30 pm
Mt. Shasta v Modoc, 4:00 pm, SCL Tourney semi-final
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ETNA – The Etna Lady Lions captured an unexpectedly easy win over the Mt. Shasta Lady Bears, 3-0, on Thursday.
Etna set the tone early in game-one, ripping off seven straight points to start the match. Five points came via Annaleisa Nadig aces. Mt. Shasta was never really in the game, and Etna went on to win 25-13.
Game-two was by far the most competitive. Etna led nearly the entire first half of the game and were up 16-11, when the Lady Bears staged a comeback. A kill by Amanda Amesbury gained the serve for Mt. Shasta and made the score 16-12. Back-to-back kills by Kendra Woodglass made it 16-14. The teams exchanged service errors, leading to a 17-15 score. Amesbury and Woodglass teamed up for a block to bring the Bears within one point, 17-16. A Jeana Michels kill tied the game at 17-17. (more…)Share on Facebook
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YREKA – The Yreka Lady Miner tennis team improved to 4-3 for the season with a 5-2 win over the Anderson Cubs on windy, cold and rainy Tuesday afternoon.
Playing at the number-two spot, Lady Miner Rachel Lawson defeated Melissa Chipley (6-2, 6-4) in their singles match. Lawson teamed up with Heidi Sanders to take down