WEED – The College of the Siskiyous Eagles hosted the Butte Valley Roadrunners in their home opener on Wednesday, and came up just a little short in their comeback bid. The Eagles battled back from a 5-1 deficit to tie the game 5-5 in the sixth inning. Nick Reynolds reached on a throwing error to lead off the inning, advancing to second on the bad throw. After Chris Houle grounded out to third base, Reynolds moved to third base on an errant pick off attempt. The next batter, Ryan Trosko walked, putting runners on first and third. (more…)Share on Facebook
All Around Cowboy: Sterling Humphry, McArthur 36 pt
Reserve AA: Clay Chambers, Chico 29
2nd runner up: Cameron Jones, Cottonwood 18
3rd runner up: Colby Chambers, Chico 17
4th/5th runner up: tie at 15 pts
Kent Johnson, Fort Jones & Bodie Robbins, Cottonwood
All Around Cowgirl: Linda Johnson, Fort Jones 42 pts
Reserve AA: Macey Cox, Arbuckle 28
2nd runner up: Courtney Wood, Chico 25
3rd runner up: Chelsey Bushnell, Red Bluff 23
4th runner up: Jesse Stratton, Palo Cedro 22 (more…)
Makayla Lindley picked up a complete game win in game-one. Haley Weldon, Lindley, Tianna Cruz, Tailer Johnson and Rachel Luetke all had two hits, with Lindley hitting a double. Alyssa Andrews and Shastina Cloyd each had a single.
Cruz struck out five batters in game two, while going the distance for the win. Cruz helped herself with four hits. Lindley hammered out three hits, including a double.
“This was a very positive step going into Yreka’s softball tournament this weekend. It’s early in the season for the JV Miners, but they are off to a
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Although the Bears struck first in game-one with a run in the top of the first inning, the rest of the game went the Lions way. Etna put up four runs in the bottom of the second inning, one in the fourth, two in the fifth, and one in the sixth. The Bears added a run in the top of the seventh inning, making the final 8-2. (more…)Share on Facebook
FORT JONES – It was an early season Shasta Cascade League showdown that featured two of the league’s premier pitchers, and two of the teams favored to win the league title. A sweep by either team would have given it the inside track. Instead, the Etna Lady Lions and the Mt. Shasta Lady Bears split their double-header, with
In game-one, Katie Eiler got things started for Etna in the bottom of the first inning, with a bloop single to right field. Tessa Burrone laid down a sacrifice bunt to move Eiler to second base. Andrea Pearson then drove in Eiler to give the Lady Lions a 1-0 lead.
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By Brie Phillips
YREKA – The Yreka Miners started off their Northern Athletic League season with an 8-1 victory against the Central Valley Falcons last Thursday. Brandon Larreau won 6-0, 6-0 in singles, while doubles partners Tyler Moser and Brian Carter blanked their opponents 8-0.
When asked about his feelings towards his team, Coach Freudenburg had nothing but good things to say. (more…)Share on Facebook
Butte Valley- 22nd
Mt Shasta- 23rd (more…)
Where do you start writing about Etna Lady Lion Paige Finley? How about basketball?
Finley led the Etna Lady Lions varsity basketball team in scoring, assists, and steals on their way to a Shasta Cascade League title. Finley also picked up SCL Most Valuable Player honors.
Finley had little time to rest before jumping into softball…like about a day. The day after basketball playoffs ended, Finley and her teammates headed to the Gridley softball tourney. The result was a Lady Lion 10-0 win over Pierce in game-one.
Finley pitched six innings and gave up three hits, three walks and fanned eight. At the plate she went 1/2, scored two runs, had a double, and took a pair of walks. She also pitched the second game of the day, winning 12-2 over Esparto. Finley had eight strikeouts, and allowed two earned runs and two hits. The Lady Lions and Finley went 3-1 at the tourney.
Last weekend, the Lady Lions won the
Take all that in to account, and it’s easy to see why I consider Paige Finley an Impact Player.
The Impact Player Award is given on a monthly basis and goes to
YREKA–More than 1,500 people made their way to the Siskiyou Golden Fairgrounds last Saturday for the 2009 PremierWest Bank Siskiyou Sportsmen’s Expo.
“It was our best expo yet,” said fair CEO Rebecca Desmond. “The weather cooperated and the families had a blast!”
Youngsters were challenged early on by the trout this year at the California Department of Fish & Game pond but the bite rate picked up it the afternoon. Other young people were busy climbing the US Army rock wall and still others were taking a hand at archery with the Siskiyou Bowmen. Parents and other adults were busy talking with vendors who filled two exhibit buildings and acres of space outside. (more…)Share on Facebook
REDDING – The Etna Lady Lions served notice that they are ready to repeat as Shasta Cascade League champions, and advance deep into the playoffs. Last weekend, the Lady Lions dominated the Anderson Cubs Small School Tournament held at Big League Dreams, going 7-0 to win the championship. The Lady Lions outscored their opponents by a combined 65-9, with three shutouts.
Etna opened with an 8-0 blanking of South Fork. Paige Finley started and got the win, going four innings and allowing just one hit. Tandy Thackeray pitched one inning, giving up one hit. Finley went 2/2 at the plate, scoring two runs. Thackeray was 1/1 with a triple, and scored two runs. Ilima Adams went 1/2 with two RBI. (more…)Share on Facebook
Yreka played three games on Thursday. They lost the opener to
“Tianna Cruz pitched a beauty with six Ks,” said JV coach Rick Landrum. (more…)Share on Facebook
Saturday, March 14
Mt. Shasta batting: Emma Taylor 3/3, R, RBI, 3B; Tori Weatherford 2/2, 2 R, 3 RBI, 3B; Donnetta Young 3/3, 2 R, Rbi, 3B; Kayla Spini 3-run HR, 2/3, 2 R, 3 RBI. Pitching: Kayla Spini (start, win) 2 IP, 3 K, BB; Lauren McCurry 2 IP, H, 4 K.
Mt. Shasta 5 – Quincy 6 (8)
Mt. Shasta batting: Cynthia Laiacona 2/2 R, RBI; Makenzie Hanna 2/4, 2 R; Kayla Emerson 2/4, R; Kismet Prosper 2/4; Kayla Spini 1/3, R, RBI, BB. Pitching: Kayla Spini (CG, loss) 8 IP, 2 ER, 7 H, 11K, 2 BB.
Etna 14 – Los Molinos 0
Etna 7 – Burney 4
Etna 15 – Quincy 3
Etna 6 – Fall River 1
Etna wins NorCal shootout
COS 8 – Taft 0
COS 15 – Gavilan 0
COS 8 – Chabot 0
Yreka 16 – Weed 2
Etna 0 – Central Valley 12