Modoc 180.5 (Large School Champs)
Tulelake 60 (Small School Champs)
Big Valley 55
Mt. Shasta 52
Fall River 34
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WEED – The College of the Siskiyous Financial Aid Office announces applications for the Matt Solus Memorial Scholarship and the National Federation of the Blind Scholarship are now available. For more information about available scholarship opportunities contact Karen Chandler in the Weed Campus Financial Aid Office at (530) 938-5209. The Weed Campus may also be reached by calling (530) 938-5555 or toll-free, (888) 397-4339.
Matt Solus Memorial Scholarship: one $1,000 scholarship will be awarded to a graduating senior or a junior college student from
Cottonwood: February 7-8, 2009
All Around Cowboy: Blaine Davies, Gerber 53
Reserve AA: Lane Wilson, Montague 52
2nd runner up: Casey Meroshnekoff, Red Bluff 50
3rd runner up: Daniel Ferreira, Fort Jones 48
5/6: Casey Loverin, Cottonwood 37
5/6: Lyle Thurston, Cottonwood 37
All Around Cowgirl: Rylee Lamson, Corning 79.5
Reserve AA: Callie Anthony, Red Bluff 72
2nd runner up: Jenna Price, Orland 70.5
3/4 runner up: Brandi Anthony, Red Bluff 57
3/4 runnerup: Emily Andreini, Red Bluff 57 (more…)
The North Section CIF released the first rankings for soccer playoff points last Friday. The Yreka Lady Miners are ranked number-one in Division-II. The Miners boys are ranked fifth in Division-II.
Although the Yreka squads were moved from D-I to D-II this season, due to lower school enrollment, they played against all D-I opponents in the Northern Athletic League, and in preseason. Neither team has an especially strong record, but they have been helped by having the toughest schedule in D-II.
The ranking are still subject to major shifts because while Yreka has finished its regular season, other teams still have games remaining. The soccer playoff seeding meeting is scheduled for Saturday, February 7.Share on Facebook
ETNA – The Weed Cougars, led by Coach Mike “Silver Fox” Carpine, ventured into the Lions’ den on Friday and left with yet another win over Etna, 52-49. Weed used an offense that featured more picks than a guitar shop, freeing up gunners Tanner Shelton and Robert West for the long ball. Weed hit eight 3-pointers in the game.
Robert West put Weed up 2-0 to start the contest. Etna’s Clint Eastlick tied it at 2-2. Aaron Power-Bearden gave Weed the lead at 4-2. Seth Jordan tied the score at 4-4, and Erik Anaya scored twice in the last to give Etna an 8-4 lead at the end of the opening quarter.
An Anaya put-back gave the Lions a 10-4 lead in the second quarter. A trey and deuce by Power-Bearden, followed by a 3-ball from
ETNA – The Weed Lady Cougars would have liked nothing better than to have knocked the Etna Lady Lions from the top spot in the Shasta Cascade League on Friday night. Two of the Weed players even predicted it earlier in the week. At times, the scrappy Weed squad appeared on the verge of pulling off the upset. But, the Lady Lions took control about midway through the third quarter, and won by 12 points, 39-27.
Mindi Curran-Chandler opened the scoring to put Weed up 2-0. Hoops by Lady Lions Lindsay Stacher and Paige Finley gave Etna the lead 4-2. A pair of free throws by Nicolette Neel tied it at 4-4. A put-back by Sarah Loogman, a freebie from Brittney Potter and a jumper by Annaleisa Nadig made the score 9-4 in favor of Etna. Amanda Greene scored for Weed, making it 9-6. The Lady Lions then went on a 9-0 run beginning with two Potter free throws at the end of the first quarter, and continuing into the second frame. Etna led 11-6 after one quarter.
The second quarter scoring started with a Trina Appler free throw. Nadig scored to extend Etna’s lead to 14-6. A put-back by Potter and a basket from Stacher made it 18-6. Weed scored the next five points, including baskets by Neel and Sierra Skeen, and a freebie by Bea Promvongsa to cut the gap to 18-11. Tilly McBroom dropped a dime to Sarah Loogman who scored to increase Etna’s lead to 20-11 at the half.
The resilient Lady Cougars opened up the second half with an 8-0 run to draw within a single point, 20-19, about two minutes into the third quarter. Neel hit a hoop and Skeen added two freebies to make the score 20-15. Skeen dished to Greene for a bucket, making it 20-17. A basket by Neel cut the deficit to 20-19. (more…)Share on Facebook
Saturday, February 7
COS scoring: Crissy Watts 29, Amber Franko 25, Leah Swain 18
Friday, February 6
Yreka 49 – Lassen 47
Mt. Shasta scoring: Taylor Hansen 15, Donnetta Young 10
Etna 39 – Weed
Etna scoring: Annaleisa Nadig 10, Ilima Adams 8, Brittney Potter 5, Lindsay Stacher 5
Weed scoring: Nicolette Neel 11, Amanda Greene 6, Sierra Skeen 4
Etna JV 64 – Weed JV 23
Etna scoring: Emily Loogman 20, Tandy Thackeray 13, Abby Journey 12, Heather Menne 9
Weed scoring: Tyresha Leonard 6, Kaytlin Hartje 6, Lyddia Gray 2
Happy Camp 57 – Big Valley 20
Happy Camp scoring: Aja Conrad 16, Ashley Goodwin 9, Carly Hammon 8, Savanah Britton 8, Kelsea McLeran 8
Dunsmuir 49 – American Christian Academy 16
Dunsmuir scoring: Sadie MacHamer 10, Krystal Palmer 8, Taylor Fesler 7
Yreka 57 – Lassen
Yreka scoring: Andrew Ward 27 (six 3-balls), Daniel Fisher 10, Cody Brooks 6
Mt. Shasta stats: Gene Kenyon 20, Eric Thelander 15, Steven Reed 11, Eric Rutherford 11
Mt. Shasta JV 55 – Modoc JV 30
Etna 49 – Weed
Weed stats: Robert West 18 P, 4R; Tanner Shelton 16 P (four 3-balls); Aaron Power-Bearden 10 P, 4 R, Jake West 6 P, 7 R, 3 A
Etna stats: Erik Anaya 23 P (13 in Q4), 6 R; Clint Eastlick 11 P, 4 ; Ryan Hicks 8 P, 6 R; Seth Jordan 5 R, 2 B
Etna JV 28 – Weed JV 53
Happy Camp 52 – Big Valley 79
Dunsmuir 74 – American Christian Academy 75
Dunsmuir scoring: Jake McIntyre 23, Erin Kirch 15, Nate Gonzales 13, Matt Norton 10 (more…)
YREKA – The PremierWest Bank Sportsmen’s Expo will be held on Saturday, March 14 at the Siskiyou Golden Fairgrounds and there is still vendor space available. The event runs from10:00 am – and is one the county’s most popular spring events.
The Sportsmen’s Expo features an 80’ display of Boone & Crockett record horns and Les Schwab Tire of Yreka is sponsoring a local head and horn competition. So get out those horns from your many hunting seasons, and those of your parents and grandparents and bring them on down to the fairgrounds to see how they match up to the record books. (more…)Share on Facebook
“We average two 3-pointers per game when we lose. We average eleven 3-pointers when we win,” said Offill.
The Eagles didn’t drop eleven 3-balls on the Butte Roadrunners, but they did hit eight of them. And they won, 66-63. The other thing COS did was unleash “BC” the Screamin’ Eagle on the Roadrunners. Brian “BC” Cummings went for 23 points. Also coming up with a big contribution was
The Eagles took the lead again, 24-23, with a little over five minutes left in the first half, when Andrew McNabb drilled a trey. A triple by Cummings upped the advantage to 27-23.
WEED – Right from the opening tip, it was a good night for the COS Lady Eagles on Wednesday. COS sprinted to a 7-0 lead to begin the game, and went on to win 82-66 over the Butte College Roadrunners. Wiley Coyote would have been proud.
Less than five seconds into the game, Jennifer Whipple put
The pesky Roadrunners wouldn’t go away, however. By the end of the first half, it was
A couple of freebies by Amber Franko and a bucket cut the deficit to 50-48. After
YREKA – Do you have a great dinner recipe you make in buck camp? Do you think it’s good enough to get you named Top Camp Cook? Then sign up to compete in the third annual Original State of Jefferson Top Camp Cook Contest during the PremierWest Bank Siskiyou Sportsmen’s Expo on Saturday, March 14 at the Siskiyou Golden Fairgrounds.
The cook-off will take place from , during the expo with a live remote by cook-off emcee Kevin Sponsler of KSYC radio. The public will have a chance to watch these great cooks in action and stick around to see who takes home the grand prize—a brand new barbecue donated by Sears of Yreka. (more…)Share on Facebook
The Bears opened the game with an 11-2 run. Gene Kenyon started the scoring. Etna tied the game 2-2 on a pair of freebies by Ryan Hicks.
Etna, however, finished the half on a 10-0 run to lead 19-17, going into the intermission. Brent Davis started the run with a freebie. Hicks fed Seth Jordan in the post for a hoop to narrow the gap to 17-12. Hicks nailed another 3-ball to make it 17-15. The Lions tied it, 17-17, when Erik Anaya blocked a shot and then took it coast-to-coast for a lay up.
In the first quarter of the varsity game, it looked like it would be all Etna, as the Lady Lions dominated the play leading 9-2 going into the second frame. Etna got a pair of buckets from both Paige Finley and Trina Appler in the quarter. The Lady Bears’ lone score came from Donnetta Young.
A put-back by Finley opened the second quarter scoring, upping Etna’s lead to 11-2. With about three minutes to play in the half, the Etna lead was 17-9. A pair of freebies by Jaycee Sarti made the score 17-11. After Etna added a free throw, Chantel Stokes used a nice up and under move to score, making it 18-13. Etna’s Brittney Potter dished to Annalesia Nadig who converted for a 20-13 lead. Young closed out the first half scoring with a 3-ball, bringing the Lady Bears within four points, 20-16, going into the intermission.
Etna scored the next six points to regain the advantage, 32-27, on a Potter hoop, and back-to-back buckets by Finley, including a Finley “Steal-N-Score” (A phrase newly coined by the Mt. Shasta Heralds’ Ron Borges).