The Mt. Shasta High School Cheerleaders attended a National Cheerleaders Association (NCA) summer camp, last week, and received several team and individual awards. The camp was held at Anderson High School and attracted over 100 cheerleaders from 10 different schools.
The NCA selects award winners at each of the 1,000 camps it administers around the world each summer. Founded in 1948 by L.R. Herkimer, NCA has been conducting camps for 60 years and holds events annually for 150, 000 cheerleaders and dancers world-wide.
The Bear cheerleaders received the Herkie TEAM Award. The Herkie, named after NCA founder, L.R. Herkimer, is awarded to the squad that exemplifies the qualities upon which NCA was founded. The qualities are leadership, values, and teamwork. (more…)
YREKA – SiskiyouCounty cowgirls and cowboys may enter the California Cowboys Professional Rodeo Association’s (CCPRA) rodeo at the Siskiyou Golden Fair on Saturday, August 15.
Local entrants must call 530-347-9186 on August 4 between and to enter the rodeo events. Rough stock, bull riding, saddle bronc, and bareback, is limited to 16 entries with the first preferences going to CCPRA card members. There is no limit on timed events including barrel racing, calf roping, team roping, break away roping and steer wrestling.
Fees for local rodeo entries are $60 per event with an additional $30 day insurance fee. A onetime office fee of $14 is also required. All entrants must guarantee their entry with a credit card, not a debit card. Entry fees collected at the rodeo must be paid in cash.
The call-back number to find out when you ride is also 347-9186 and you can call Aug. 6 between and .
The CCPRA rodeo will be Saturday night during the fair beginning at , with Mutton Bustin’.This year the fair rodeo is again being produced by Four Star Rodeo Co. of Cottonwood and is presented by Scott Valley Bank. Other rodeo sponsors include Best Western Tree House Inn, Brinton Well Drilling, Friends of the Fair, RB’s Awards & More, Country Drug, Cross Petroleum, Medical Center Pharmacy & Compounding, Dr. Bruce Riger, Dr. Rachel Dunn-Black, Yreka Immediate Care, Frank’s Fuel, Glen Rizzardo, Rita Rose & Ray Singleton of Minton Hometown Properties, Heal Therapy, Hi-Lo Café/Siskiyou Development, AAA, Mike Pavlik CPA & Judith Pavlik Photography, PremierWest Bank, Rex Club, Black Bear Diner, Shasta Sunset Dinner Train, Fawaz Farming. (more…)
YREKA – On July 27, the Siskiyou Golden Fair will kick off its Fan of the Fair contest where every person who signs up to be a fan, friend or follower on MySpace, Facebook or Twitter will be entered in a free drawing for a great Family Fun Pack for the fair!
It’s very simple. Just go to the fair’s website at www.sisqfair.com or look it up on MySpace, Facebook or Twitter. Sign on to follow all the late breaking Siskiyou Golden Fair news and updates and you could win! (more…)
The Siskiyou Heat U-18s were at it again in Junction City, OR at the Class B “Cooper the Dog” ASA Tournament, last Saturday and Sunday. Multiple games were played under the scorching sun. It was a two day, double elimination tournament with two round robin games on Saturday for the Heat.
Saturday Game-1: The first round robin game for the Siskiyou Heat was against Hood River, OR. Kayla Graves started and the first three innings were 3-up and 3-down for both sides. In the third inning Hood River put together some hits, and an error by The Heat led to a three- run inning for Hood River. The offense was missing for The Heat and they could not get their bats on the ball. Mindi Chandler came in to pitch the fourth and fifth innings allowing four more runs over. Final score: Hood River 7 – Heat 0
Game-2: The next game immediately following was against the Waldport Rogues. The Waldport pitcher started with control problems and hit the first three batters to immediately load the bases. That’s all it took for The Heat to get things going. Kelsey Moser singled in the first run and Madison “Maddy” Moser scored on a passed ball. Amber “Nails” Sinnott sacrificed a run in and Sierra “C” Skeen completed the inning with a two run single. The remainder of the game was a pitching battle with neither team getting any runs, and starting pitcher Bethany Franklin notching the win. Kayla Graves came in to finish the last two innings. Final score: Rogues 0 – Heat 5(more…)
This year the Scott Valley Swim Team is 90 members strong. The old adage of strength in numbers held true for the Sharks annual fundraiser as 57 members participated in the Shark-A-Thon to raise money for various events throughout the year. The 57 swimmers tallied 4,498 laps, or 112,450 meters in a two hour time period. There were 23 swimmers who completed over 100 laps each with Jace Cramer swimming 149 laps to take home the top honors. (more…)
Spend a cool summer evening with friends, music, food and wine at the Equest Foreign Language Costa Rica Trip fundraiser, Saturday, August 1 at the Etna Community Pool. A variety of California and Oregon wines will be poured.
At poolside there will be music, provided by the Clarence Barger band and a wine auction called by master auctioneer Everett Miller. Raffle tickets will be on sale for a handmade quilt donated by parent Kayla Nadig. The pool will also be open with life guards on duty.
All proceeds will be used to defray expenses for over thirty students who will be embarking on the Etna High Foreign Club’s trip to Costa Rica next March. This expedition was designed by Jim Pindell in conjunction with Educational Tours who will be leading the thirteen day tour. For more information or to buy tickets, contact Jim Pindell at 467-3373.
The red hot Heat U-18s softball team traveled to Redding on Wednesday night, July 15 for some double header action, and notched a pair of wins (Slide show was posted a couple of days ago. Scroll down the front page a postings and you’ll find it).
The first game of the evening was against the North Valley Rapids—a very competitive U-16 team. It was in the second inning when things opened up for the Heat. Amber Sinnott led off with a triple to deep left. Mindi Chandler connected on a deep fly ball to center to score Sinnott from third for the first run of the evening. (more…)
WOODLAND – The North Siskiyou Babe Ruth 14s All-Stars won their opening game against Elk Grove, 7-1, on Saturday afternoon at the North State Tourney held at Clark Field.
Siskiyou put up deuces in the first, third and fourth innings, with a single run in the fifth inning. Elk Grove scored its lone run in the top of the fourth inning.
Christian Charles was “Da Man” for Siskiyou on both the mound and at the plate against Elk Grove. Charles started and went five innings for the win, giving up one earned run, two hits, and three walks. He struck out five batters. (more…)
MOUNT SHASTA – The Siskiyou Colt baseball team fell to the Redding Colts, 8-3, in the first round of the league’s single elimination post season tournament on Saturday.
The Siskiyou squad took an early 1-0 lead over Redding in the bottom of the first inning. Trent Hough led off with a walk and stole second base. A two-out single by Ben Sampson plated Hough.
Redding converted an error, a single and a triple into two runs in the top of the second inning, to take the lead 2-1. In the top of the third inning, Redding took command of the contest, putting up four runs to extend its advantage to 6-1. A Redding run in the fourth made it 7-1.
Siskiyou got one run back in the bottom half of the fourth. Sampson led off with a walk, went to second on a steal, and moved to third base on a wild pitch. Sampson scored on an RBI ground out by Brian Accord, to make the score 7-2. (more…)
YREKA—Calling all youngsters who like to sing, dance and play musical instruments! The Siskiyou Golden Fair will be hosting a Youth Talent Show on Saturday, August 15 at 1 p.m. on the PremierWest Bank Mall Stage.
“This is a fun opportunity for the youth of our county to show us their stuff!” said fair CEO Rebecca Desmond. (more…)
The Siskiyou Heat U-14 ASA softball team traveled to Redding in the scorching heat to play two games on Wednesday night. The first team, the Redding Rapids, had a very solid pitcher who was throwing smoke. She held the Heat to only five hits in five innings before the game was called due to time. Riva Martin had another great game in the circle for the Heat, allowing only one run. She struck out seven, and gave up just two hits and two walks. Rachael Luetke led the Heat with her bat, going 2/3 with a double and a towering homerun over the left field fence. Jenna Turner, Lacie Landrum and Krystal Palmer each added hits and the Heat came away with a win: Heat 6 – Rapids 1. (more…)
YREKA—Entry deadlines for the 2009 Siskiyou Golden Fair are approaching! The Feature Booth entry deadline has actually passed, but there is still time for all other departments.
The entry deadline schedule is as follows: Horses, Arts & Crafts, Cattle, Cavies, Goats, Home Arts, Poultry, Rabbits, Sheep, Swine, and Vocational Education must be received or postmarked by July 17.The final closing date for the remaining departments, including Ag-Hort, Scarecrows, and Floriculture is July 24. No entries will be accepted after the deadlines.
Exhibitor Handbooks are available on the fair’s website at www.sisqfair.com or at the following locations: All PremierWest Bank branches; all Scott Valley Bank branches; Scott Valley Drug in Etna; Pioneer Press in Fort Jones; Scott Valley Feed in Greenview; Siskiyou Pellet Mill in Grenada; Evan’s Mercantile in Happy Camp; Chevron Station in Hornbrook; Quigley’s Store in Klamath River; Last Shastina CSD office in Lake Shastina; Sunset Dinner Train in McCloud; Cortright’s Market in Montague; Chamber of Commerce, Frank’s Fuel and the Tree House Inn in Mount Shasta; Seiad Valley Store in Seiad; Chamber of Commerce, Edgewood Custom Interiors in Weed; Chamber of Commerce, L&M Rentals, Tri-Counties Bank and the fair office in Yreka.
For more information, contact the fair office at 842-2767 or firstname.lastname@example.org. The 2009 Siskiyou Golden Fair, “A Blast with Memories to Last,” runs August 12-16 in Yreka.
The Siskiyou Heat U-14 team traveled to Newberg Oregon, near Portland, last weekend to compete in the NAFA Tri-State Finals. There were 17 U-14 teams, which made for tough competition.
The Heat came out firing in the first game against the Lady Scots of Salem. Riva Martin took the mound and pitched excellently. She only allowed one hit and one walk going into the fourth inning. Tianna Cruz came in to shut the door in the fourth.
The Heat’s bats came alive in the game. Jenna Turner returned to the team in the lead off position, after a month vacation, and led all batters going 3/4. Lacie Landrum was solid with her glove and at the bat, going 2/4 and scoring twice. Tianna Cruz, Rachel Luetke, Katie Brummett and Krystal Palmer all had two hits. Viviana Castaneda and Morgan Deany added a hit in the win. Final score: Heat 13 – Lady Scots 2. (more…)