YREKA – The Siskiyou Golden Fair is seeking talented singers to compete in the 5th Annual Siskiyou Superstars Show sponsored by KSYC radio. Cash prizes will go to the top winners. This is your time to shine.
The first place winner will also qualify to go to the state finals at the 2009 California State Fair. The State Fair has changed its rules this year and there is no upper age limit.
The Siskiyou Superstars Show is open to all singers ages 16 and up. Entry forms are available at the fair office in Yreka and at the fair’s website at www.sisqfair.com The first 16 entries received will get into the competition. The entry deadline is
YREKA—Tickets for events in the Scott Valley Bank Grandstand at the 2009 Siskiyou Golden Fair will go on sale Thursday, June 4 from at the fairgrounds in Yreka. Get in line for the best tickets for the Clay Walker/Williams & Ree concert, Xtremely Amped Motorcycle Show, Pro-Rodeo and Destruction Derby!
There is a limit of eight tickets per person per event on this night only. After the opening night of ticket sales, there will be no limit on the number of tickets purchased. Online and phone orders will be accepted beginning at on Friday, June 5. (more…)Share on Facebook
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EAGLE POINT, Ore – The Siskiyou Heat U-14 ASA softball squad split a double header with the Eagle Point Eagles on Sunday. After dropping the first game, 5-4, the Heat thumped the hosts 7-2 in the second game.
Jena Turner, Lacie Landrum, Jeni Cheffey, Krystal Palmer and Morgan Deany all had hits in game one. Heat pitcher Riva Martin took the loss.
The Heat flashed some leather in the game-two win, behind starting pitcher Jeni Cheffey and Riva Martin in reflief. (more…)Share on Facebook
COTTONWOOD – Etna senior Sarah Loogman won the North Section Pole Vault championship with a height of 10-00.00, holding off challenges from three competitors with marks of 9-06.00—including third place finisher, Kelsey Robberson from Yreka.
The Heat established its dominance in the bottom of the first inning of game-one, with an eight-run out burst. Lacie Landrum, Emilie Wagy, Katie Brummett, Baylee Harris, Morgan Deany, and Riva Martin all scored, with lead-off hitter Jena Turner crossing the plate twice in the inning.
Landrum led the Heat at the plate in game-one, going 3/3 and scoring two runs. Turner was 2/3, scored two runs, and hit a double. Wagy and Brummett both had two walks and scored a pair of runs, while going 1/2. Martin picked up the win in the circle.
The Lady Prates, however, weren’t quite ready to abandon ship, as they put up four runs to cut the lead to 9-6. Heat relief pitcher Krystal Palmer entered the circle in the sixth to stop the Pirate rally. (more…)Share on Facebook
Sunday, May 31
Siskiyou Heat (U-14) 7 – Eagle Point 2
Siskiyou Heat (U-14) 4 – Eagle Point 5
Saturday, May 30
Stidham Trucking 3 – Scott Valley Bank 9
Peter’s 3 – Ray’s Market 12
Siskiyou Heat (U-14) 10 –
Siskiyou Heat (U-14) 12 –
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The Etna Lady Lions varsity track and field team won both the Shasta Cascade League and the Division-III championships this season. One of the big reasons for the team’s success is sophomore speedster Emily Loogman.
At the SCL championships, Loogman won all four of her events—100m, 400m, 800m, and 100m Hurdles. The 400m, 800m, and 110m Hurdles weren’t even close, with Loogman winning all of them by well over two seconds.
Loogman opted out of the 100m at the D-III championships, but smoked the field in the 800m and 100m Hurdles. Loogman also won the 400m, holding of a tough challenge by
In addition to track, Loogman also played on Etna’s varsity volleyball team, and was a standout player on Etna’s JV basketball squad.
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WEED – Take the Shasta Cascade League, add in a few more schools for the North Section CIF D-III track and field championships, and the team champions are the same as the SCL championships. The Etna Lady Lions and Mt. Shasta Bear boys took first place again. The D-III junior varsity team results also matched the SCL championships, with Weed winning the boys, and Trinity taking the girls championship.
The Lady Lions were led by Emily Loogman, who won the 400m (1:02.44), 800m (2:32.65), and 100m Hurdles (16.64). Loogman, the SCL champion in the 100m, chose to scratch in that race to concentrate on wining the 800m. (more…)Share on Facebook
Miner Jorgensen takes second and third
REDDING – Yreka’s Carrie Turner won the Long Jump (16-06.00) and Kelsey Robberson took the Pole Vault (10-00.00) to win the NSCIF D-I championships, on Friday. Both athletes will be competing at the North Section finals at
Turner and Robberson were the only varsity winners for Yreka at the division championships. Turner was second in the Triple Jump (34-03.50). Carrie Scott won the junior varsity Discus (114-09) and Alexis Yaple won the JV 200m. Yaple was also second in the 100m Hurdles (16.88). (more…)Share on Facebook
COTTONWOOD – The Dunsmuir Tigers varsity track team finished fourth at the North Section CIF Division-IV championships, on Friday. Tulelake was first. The Lady Tigers were seventh.
Tiger Cory Knowles won the 200m (24.38) and was third in the 100m (11.88). Nate Gonzales took third in the Triple Jump (37-04.25). The Tiger 4×100 Relay team finished third at 47.15 (Justin Shuler, Matt Norton, Nate Gonzales, Corey Knowles). Jordan VanWilgen finished third in the 800m (2:13.35) and the High Jump (4-08.00). (more…)Share on Facebook
Saturday, May 24
Siskiyou Heat U-12 at Boatnik Tourney
Siskiyou Heat U-14 at Boatnik Tourney
Friday, May 22
Yreka @ Division-I Championships
Siskiyou Heat U-14 at Boatnik Tourney
Thursday, May 21
CLT Logging 3 – Ray’s Market
Peter’s 14 – Yreka Transfer 14 – game called due to darkness
Stidham Trucking 12 – PremierWest 16
Wednesday, May 20
Dunsmuir @ Scott Valley Bank,
Peter’s 9 – Happy Camp 1
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WEED – The College of the Siskiyous Foundation invites the community to play in the 15th annual Golf Tournament on Sunday, June 7. The Lake Shastina Golf Resort is hosting the 2009 Tournament. Proceeds raised from the tournament will be used to support the COS Rural Health Science Institute through the Healthy Siskiyous Endowment Campaign.
“This golf tournament is the Foundation’s biggest fund-raising event of the year,” said Jack Cook, Chair of the Golf Tournament Committee. “This year, the Foundation plans to use tournament proceeds to support the Healthy Siskiyous Endowment Campaign. Funds raised will support the maintenance of the Rural Health Sciences Institute, and upgrading of Health Sciences programs and technology.” (more…)Share on Facebook