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Siskiyou Sports Blog Fall Yreka Miners Holiday Basketball Tournament starts Thursday


The 67th annual Yreka Miners Holiday Basketball Tournament gets underway starting Thursday at Yreka High School.

Below is the Thursday schedule. The event runs until Saturday. The Friday and Saturday schedules will be hammered out after the Thursday and Friday contests.

Varsity games are at the New Gym, while junior varsity games are at the Old Gym. 

Thursday

Varsity boys

  • Henley vs. West Valley, a.m.
  • Anderson vs. Crater, p.m.
  • Etna vs. Brookings-Harbor, p.m.
  • Del Norte vs. Yreka, p.m.

Varsity girls

  • Henley vs. Cascade Christian, 1 p.m.
  • Etna vs. Brookings Harbor, 4 p.m.
  • Del Norte vs. Crater, 7 p.m.
  • Yreka has a bye on Thursday. The team will play two games on Friday at  p.m. and p.m.

Junior varsity boys

  • West Valley vs. Etna, 10 a.m.
  • Brookings vs. Yreka freshman, 4 p.m.
  • Anderson, Crater, 1 p.m.
  • Del Norte vs. Yreka, 7 p.m.

Junior varsity girls

  • Etna vs. Cascade Christian, a.m.
  • Crater JV 2 vs. Brookings-Harbor, p.m.
  • Crater vs. Yreka, p.m.
  • Del Norte has a bye.

Wednesday, Nov. 24, 

Yreka grad earns All-American cross country honors at SOU

The College of the Siskiyou’s men’s basketball team dominated the Simpson junior varsity team in the Eagles home opener Tuesday. 

Isaac Fernandez, a Yreka High School graduate, recently earned All-American cross country honors at Southern Oregon University in Ashland. 

A junior, Fernandez placed 38th in a field of last Friday at the NAIA Cross Country National Championships in Vancouver, Wash. 

 He had a time of 25 minutes, seconds on the 8,meter course. He was the first SOU men’s runner to cross the finish line. SOU placed 14th overall. 

Wednesday, Nov. 24, 

COS men's hoops downs Simpson JV at home

The College of the Siskiyou’s men’s basketball team dominated the Simpson junior varsity team in the Eagles home opener Tuesday. 

COS won by the score of  

Former Mount Shasta High School standout Kody Bauman led the Eagles with 30 points, while Cade Ealy finished with 10 points. 

COS improved to for the year. 

COS is at the three-day James Clark Classic Starting Dec. 2 in Sacramento. They open with the host team, Cosumnes River. 

The COS women’s home basketball contest against Mendocino Tuesday was postponed. The Lady Eagles () next play on Dec. 3 at the Napa Valley Storm Surge Tournament against Golden West. 

Monday, Nov. 22, 

COS women's basketball goes at tourney

The College of the Siskiyous women's basketball team went at the Sky-Jag Tournament, which was played in San Bruno and San Jose over the weekend.

COS opened the tournament Friday by defeating Skyline College,  

On Saturday, the Lady Eagles defeated American River,  On Sunday, COS finished tourney play with a  victory over Solano, which defeated COS in the season opener on Nov. 12,

The Lady Eagles are for the season. COS had a Tuesday home game against Mendocino called off

Monday, Nov. 22, 

COS men's hoops goes up in Oregon

The College of the Siskiyous men's basketball team went in three games played at Umpqua Community College in Roseburg, Ore. 

On Friday, Nov. 19, COS opened with an loss to Umpqua. 

Last Saturday, COS bounced back with a win over Rexburg United of Idaho. 

Mount Shasta High School graduate Jett Snure led the Eagles with 15 points. Fellow MSHS grad Kody Bauman finished with 14 points. Braeden Watts had 14 points for COS. 

On Sunday, COS defeated Clarke College of Vancouver, Wash., Bauman led the Eagles with 23 points, while Bryan Tapia chipped in 19 points.  

COS is for the year.

COS plays host to the Simpson College junior varsity team at 7 p.m. Tuesday at the COS campus in Weed. 

Monday, Nov. 22, 

16 COS athletes earn Golden Valley Conference honors

A number of College of the Siskiyous athletes earned Golden Valley Conference honors for fall sports. 

Below are the 16 COS athletes selected. 

Football 

  • Bruce Sterling, OL, first team 
  • Hunter Davis, WR, first team 
  • Ryan Ten Huslcher, DL, first team 
  • Jonathon Bailey, DB, first team 
  • Nigel Belisle, DL, honorable mention 
  • Malik Campbell, DB, honorable mention 

Volleyball 

  • Kayna Woodard, Setter, first team 
  • Linda Avila, Libero, honorable mention 
  • Vivia McKinney, OH, honorable mention 
  • Alaurah Tallman, MB, honorable mention 

Men’s soccer 

  • Luca Mcilvaney, Forward, first team 
  • Marcus Grant, Midfield, second team 

Women’s soccer 

  • Miranda Linker, Defender, first team
  • Shaina Higuera, Midfield, second team 

Men’s cross county 

  • Ty Brown, All-Conference 

Women’s cross country 

  • Olivia Hinton, All-Conference 

Monday, Nov. 15, 

Yreka High cheer squad takes first at competition

The Yreka High School cheer squad placed first in their division at the first annual CIF Northern Section Traditional Competitive Cheer Classic Competition.

The event was held at Durham High School on Nov. YHS competed in the Novice Tumbling division, head coach Mallory Bryan said.

The Lady Miners cheer squad performed a second performance with music and a minute of sideline cheer.

"I was so beyond proud of their performance," Bryan said.

She said the routine consisted of both their varsity competition team and the junior varsity sideline team. 

"They did so well and worked hard at practice while making any last-minute changes we needed to ensure our routine was ready," she said.

While this was the only competition for the YHS sideline cheerleaders, Bryan said the  YHS competition team has USA Cheer events in December and January, and then Nationals at Disneyland in February. 

"We are very excited to get the competition portion of the high school squad started and cannot wait to see how they do the rest of the year," she said. 

For those interested in watching the routine, check out the Yreka High Cheerleading Facebook page at mynewextsetup.us

Monday, Nov. 15, 

Young wrestlers from Yreka place at Oregon tournament

The Vigen Athletics Siskiyou Wrestling Club of Yreka competed at the Bend High School Youth Wrestling Tournament in Bend, Oregon last Saturday. 

Bronze Withem finished in first in the U10 pound division, Calvin Laffoon-Dustan placed second  in the U8  pound division. Delilah Laffoon-Dustan placed third  in the U10 girls pound division.

Monday, Nov. 15, 

Weed/Mount Shasta swim coach earns coach of the year honors 

Weed and Mount Shasta High School swim head Coach Rich Viturino was recently named Northern Section Outstanding Male Coach of the Year. 

The honor was announced at the NSCIF Masters Swimming Championships at Shasta College in Redding on Oct.

Viturino is in his fourth year coaching at WHS and in his second year coaching at MSHS. He said fellow NSCIF coaches vote for coach of the year.

"I'm very honored," he said.  "There are no words I can really say."

He said it is a small team with only 14 swimmers from MSHS and seven from WHS during the season, which recently ended. 

Unlike other schools in the section, he said his teams are fully funded through fundraisers.

Saturday, Nov. 13, 

Etna Lions lose to Modoc in football playoffs

Several runners from Siskiyou County earned berths to the CIF State Cross Country Championships at the Northern Section Championships Wednesday

The Etna Lions football team ended the season Friday with a first-round Northern Section playoff loss.

At Modoc, the No. 3 seed in the NSCIF Division V playoffs, Etna, the No. 6 seed, lost Etna ended the year   overall, while Modoc improved to overall.

In the first game of the season for both teams on Aug. 27, Etna lost

Friday, Nov. 12, 

Cross country runners headed for state championships in Fresno

Several runners from Siskiyou County earned berths to the CIF State Cross Country Championships at the Northern Section Championships Wednesday at West Valley High School. 

The Yreka Miners boys cross-country team took first overall to earn the Division IV title. As a result, the squad earned an automatic entrance into the state championships, scheduled on Nov. 27 at Woodward Park in Fresno. YHS placed fourth overall. YHS sophomore Henry Baun was fourth with a time of Junior Victor Lujan was 22nd for YHS. 

Two Siskiyou County runners placed in the top 10 to come away with individual state berths. Senior Drew Hering of Mount Shasta placed fifth overall with a time of In seventh was Ryan Mitchell of Weed with a time of  

In the varsity girls race, six Siskiyou County runners qualified for state. Sophomore Augustine Mylan was 10th with a time of Jenna Justice of Etna placed 13th with a time of Sylvia Carpenter of Mount Shasta was 18th, Elizabeth Yokel was 20th, and Lucia Duarte of Weed was 21st. Carlotta Christie of Yreka placed 30th. 

Wednesday, Nov. 9, 

Weed, Mount Shasta swim teams conclude season at Masters Championships

The Weed and Mount Shasta high school swim teams recently concluded their fall season. The teams are both coached by Rich Viturino.  

Here are recaps of both teams: 

Weed High School 

This is the fourth year WHS has had a swim team. This season, seven swimmers competed, Viturino said.

Senior team captain Rhian Viturino earned a Northern Athletic League first-place finish in several events. She qualified for the Northern Section Masters Swimming Championships on Oct. 27, taking second in the meter freestyle and meter freestyle events. 

Both the NSCIF Division 2 Championships and Masters events were held at Shasta College in Redding. She finished first in her last race of the season on Oct. 30 at the Masters meet. Viturino was first in her heat in the meter freestyle. She placed sixth overall in the meter freestyle and 10th in the meter freestyle to earn All-NSCIF honors.

Junior Kenna Viturino hit several personal best times and qualified for the divisional championships in the meter backstroke. As a duo, the sisters finished sixth in the NAL. They were the only two girls on the team this year. 

For the boys, junior Seth Charter took home two second-place finishes in the NAL league, qualified for the and meter freestyle events in Division 2, and qualified for both races at the Masters Championships. Charter placed seventh in the meter freestyle and 14th in the meter at Masters, to earn All-NSCIF honors.   

Rich Viturino said junior Pat Hill had a few top four places at the NAL championships. He qualified for the breaststroke in the Division 2 championships, just missing Masters by a couple seconds.

Freshman David Rivera, who took first at the meters at the NAL championships, placed sixth in the Division 2 championships, and 15th at Masters.

JB Westfall and Ryan Mitchell also competed this season for WHS. The Weed boys brought home a second-place finish in the NAL, sixth place in the D2 Championships, and a 15th-place finish in Masters.

Mount Shasta High School

In its second season and first full season during the pandemic, the team came out strong and stayed that way all season, with some of the players achieving their personal best times and team improvements, Viturino said.

A total of 14 swimmers from MSHS took part this year.

Viturino said co-captain Elise Dolf qualified for Masters in the 50 meters and meters freestyle. She was seventh in the meter freestyle, and 16th at Masters in the meter freestyle. 

Co-captain Ella De La Torrie qualified for Masters and placed 14th in the meter breaststroke and 15th in the butterfly. She brought home the NAL title in the meter breaststroke. 

Freshmen Jasmine Centeno and Izabel Wright qualified for the Masters in the meter medley and meter freestyle relays, Viturino said. They placed eighth in the freestyle and 13th in the meter medley. They had some assistance from sophomore Kennedy Watkins during the season, he said. Overall, the girls were seventh in the NAL, seventh in Division 2, and 13th in Masters.  

The boys squad had sophomore standout Alex Degraffenreid placing fourth in the meter butterfly and the meter freestyle at the Division 2 championships and was 10th in the fly and 16th in the 50 meters at Masters.   

Freshman Daniel Richards took seventh in the Division 2 championships and 16th at Masters in the Freshman Jadyn Pursell competed at the Division 2 championships in the meter freestyle and meter butterfly. He missed earning a Masters berth by a few seconds. Degraffenreid, Pursell and Richards also swam on the team relay that made it into the Masters meet.

The team had help from sophomores Jacob Chapman, Austin McWilliams and Bryson Obst, Viturino said. The boys team took home fifth in league, seventh in the Division 2 championships, and a 17th-place finish at the Masters.  

Monday, Nov. 7, 

Weed defeats Etna in regular season finale

The College of the Siskiyous football team fell at home to Butte College last Saturday,

COS scored in the sec

The Weed Cougars scored with under a minute remaining in the fourth quarter to defeat the Etna Lions at home last Friday in the regular-season finale.

With seconds left in the fourth quarter, quarterback Kobe Chanthavisouk found  wideout Tommy Pineda for a yard touchdown.

Weed finished the year with three straight wins and ended the season overall and in the Shasta Valley League.

Etna dropped to overall and in the SVL. The Lions earned a berth in the Northern Section Division V playoffs.

Etna, the No. 6 seed, faces No. 3 seed Modoc on the road in a first-round contest at 7 p.m. this Friday.

Siskiyou County football scores from Friday:

  • Modoc 14, Mount Shasta 12
  • Anderson 26, Yreka 7

Monday, Nov. 7, 

COS football loses at home to Butte

The College of the Siskiyous football team fell at home to Butte College last Saturday,

COS scored in the second quarter on a yard touchdown pass from OJ Calleja to Hunter Davis.

Davis finished with 81 receiving yards and ran for 15 yards. Ismael Sloan ran for 33 yards and had 28 yards receiving.

On defense, Ryan Ten Hulscher had a sack, with eight solo and nine total tackles. Daylen Shepperd had eight solo and nine total tackles for COS.

Mason Smith had a yard interception and six tackles, while Maliki Campbell had a yard interception. Elijah Vinzant and Hunter Paulson each had a sack for COS. 

COS fell to for the year, while Butte improved to overall.

Friday, Nov. 5, 

Yreka takes first overall in boys and girls events at cross country championships

The Yreka Miners cross country team had a memorable Thursday, taking first place in the varsity boys and varsity girls events at the Northern Section Cross County Championships at West Valley High School in Cottonwood. 

In the 3-mile varsity boys' race, Henry Baun of Yreka was first with a time of University Prep of Redding, which placed second overall, had runners finish in second, third, and fourth place. Yreka runner Saku Sekiguchi placed fifth, followed by teammates Gabe Gregg in sixth, Victor Lujan in seventh, and London Tharsing in eighth place.  

Yreka edged U-Prep by a single point to take first overall in the 3-mile varsity girls event.

Mattie Whipple of Yreka placed second with a time of , followed by teammate Augustine Mylan, who was third. Carlotta Christie was sixth for YHS, followed by teammates Rebecca Collins in seventh and Ava Shackleford in eighth place. 

The Northern Section Cross Country Championships are set for Wednesday, at West Valley High School. 

Friday, Nov. 5, 

Etna Lions cross country girls win league title

On Wednesday, the Etna Lady Lions girls cross country team came in first at the Shasta Cascade League Championships at West Valley High School in Cottonwood. 

In the 3-mile girls' varsity event, Jenna Justice of Etna took the top spot with a time of Elizabeth Yokel of Etna was third, and Sylva Carpenter of Mount Shasta placed fourth. Helen Case of Etna came in fifth, and Ellery DeArton of Mount Shasta, sixth. Dylan Hanna of Etna placed eighth, and Lucia Duarte of Weed was 10th.  

In the 3-mile varsity boys' race, Ryan Mitchell of Weed took first place with a time of He was followed closely by Drew Hering of Mount Shasta, who finished second with a time of   

John Westfall of Weed was eighth, and Andrew Hoskins of Mount Shasta was 10th.

Friday, Nov. 5, 

Weed Cougars place second in soccer playoffs

The Weed Cougars soccer team concluded the season on Saturday, at the Northern Section Fall Soccer playoffs championship game.

The Cougars, the No. 3 seed, lost to top seed, Tulelake, Weed finished the season overall, while Tulelake ended the year at

Weed opened the playoffs with a victory over Paradise Adventist Academy on Oct.  The Cougars defeated Quincy in a semifinal match on Oct.

Thursday, Nov. 4, 

Season ends at semifinals for three Siskiyou County volleyball teams

The season has ended for three Siskiyou County volleyball teams in the semifinals of the Northern Section playoffs. 

Yreka High School 

The No. 6 seed, the Yreka Lady Miners, fell against No. 2 seed, West Valley, Wednesday night in a NSCIF Division III semifinal contest. The score was , ,,  

YHS ended the year overall. West Valley moves to the championship game this Saturday in Red Bluff, where they will take on top seed Orland. 

Etna and Weed high schools 

The Etna Lady Lions lost in a five-set battle to Redding Christian in the NSCIF Division VI playoffs on Wednesday.

Etna, the No 3, seed came out and won the first two sets, , The No.2 seed, Redding Christian, won the next three sets, , ,  

Etna ended the year overall. Redding Christian moves to the championship game Saturday in Red Bluff, where they will face top seed Fall River.

Fall River defeated Siskiyou County squad, Weed, in three sets at home Tuesday night, , , Weed ended the year overall. 

Wednesday, Nov. 3, 

2 COS runners stand out at cross country championship in Eureka

The College of the Siskiyou's Cross Country team earned two All Golden Valley Conference honors at the GVC Cross Country Championships on Friday, Oct. 29 at College of the Redwoods in Eureka. 

Freshman Olivia Hinton of Montague, a Golden Eagle Charter School graduate, placed sixth overall in the women’s race with a time of  

With only the top seven placing, COS freshman Ty Brown set a personal record time of to take seventh in the men’s race.

COS head coach Steve Pyles said Hinton and Brown were the only two COS runners that took part in the meet. 

He said both runners had been dedicated to getting better each day at practice and at meets this season. Pyles said the goal at the start of the year was for both of them to place at the GVC Championships. They both have steadily improved against tough competition in several meets against runners from four-year schools, Pyles said.

“All the hard work has paid off for them,” he said.

Both Hinton and Brown qualified for the NorCal Regional Championships at Sierra College in Rocklin, which is scheduled on Friday. 

Saturday, Oct. 30, 

Mount Shasta Bears earn first football win this season

The Mount Shasta Bears football team earned its first win of the season Friday night at Hamilton.

Mount Shasta won the contest to improve to for the year. Hamilton fell to overall.

The Bears conclude the regular season this Friday at home against Modoc.

Siskiyou County football scores from last Friday:

  • Weed 42, Portola 0
  • Orland Yreka 7
  • Fall River 52, Etna 20
  • Princeton 40, Dunsmuir 0

Saturday, Oct. 30, 

Siskiyou County runners have strong showing at Trinity Invitational 

A number of runners from Siskiyou County performed well at the Trinity Invitational on Friday in Weaverville.

In the varsity 3-mile boys race, Siskiyou County runners took the top two spots. Drew Hering of Mount Shasta was first with a time of followed closely in second by Ryan Mitchell of Weed High School with a time of

Henry Baun of Yreka was fifth. Saku Sekiguchi of Yreka was eighth and Gabe Gregg of YHS was 10th. The Yreka boys placed first overall.

In the varsity girls race, Jenna Justice of Etna was second with a time of , with Augustine Mylan of Yreka third with a time of and teammate Mattie Whipple fourth with a time of  Elizabeth Yokel of Etna was seventh and Luc&#;a Duarte of Weed ninth. The Yreka girls placed second overall.

Saturday, Oct. 30, 

Two Yreka High School golfers compete at Northern Section Finals 

Alexes Collier and Dann&#; Fogle of the Yreka Miners girls golf team competed at Northern Section Finals on Thursday in Oroville.

YHS head coach Tim Shaw said while they did not qualify for the North State Championships, Collier was only five strokes from qualifying.   

The pair earned Northern Athletic League all-league honors at the NAL Championships on Tuesday, Oct. Collier placed fourth overall, and Fogle came in fifth at the event held at Grape Ranch Golf Club in Palo Cedro.

Thursday, Oct. 28, 

Lady Lions open volleyball playoffs with 3-set win over Burney

Alexes Collier and Dann&#; Fogle of the Yreka Miners girls golf team earned Northern Athletic League all-league honors at the NAL Championships on Tuesday.

The Etna Lady Lions volleyball team opened the Northern Section Division 6 playoffs with a three-set win over the Burney Lady Raiders at home Wednesday night. 

The Lions, the No. 3 seed, downed the Raiders , , Etna improved to overall, while Burney ended the season at

EHS moves on to the semifinals and is scheduled to face No. 2 seed, Redding Christian, on the road next Tuesday at 7 p.m.

Redding Christian ), defeated No. 7 seed Loyalton in three sets on Tuesday ,,

Wednesday, Oct. 27, 

Mount Shasta and Weed win first round volleyball playoff matches

The Mount Shasta Lady Bears and Weed Lady Cougars volleyball teams opened up the Northern Section playoffs with wins Tuesday night. 

In Mount Shasta, the Lady Bears, the No. 8 seed in Division 5, defeated No. 9 seed Portola. MSHS won in three sets , ,  

The Lady Bears improved to overall, while Portola ended the year overall.

On Thursday, Mount Shasta faced  top seed East Nicolaus () in a second-round match. MSHS lost in three sets , ,  East Nicolaus had a first-round bye.

Weed, the No. 5 seed, downed fellow Siskiyou County squad and No. 4 seed Tulelake on the road Tuesday in a Division 6 match. Weed won in three sets, , , The Lady Cougars improved to overall, while Tulelake ended overall. Weed is scheduled to face top seed Fall River on Tuesday, Nov. 2. Fall River had a first-round bye.

In Division 7, Happy Camp, the No. 7 seed, lost Tuesday to No. 2 seed Maxwell in four sets. Happy Camp ended the season overall.

Monday, Oct. 25, 

COS football falls at home to Shasta College

The College of the Siskiyou Eagles football team fell at home in Weed to the Shasta Knights, on Saturday, Oct.

COS scored in the fourth quarter on an eight-yard pass from Hunter Davis to Stevie Payne. Davis finished 7-for-9 passing for 96 yards. Mount Shasta High School graduate Gaspar Rodriguez finished with 34 yards rushing. Max McDaniel had 35 receiving yards and 15 yards rushing.

Jude Ashpole led COS on defense with 12 solo tackles, while Hunter Paulson had eight solo tackles. Johnathon Bailey had five solo tackles and an interception for the Eagles.

Nigel Belisle had sacks and four total tackles. Ryan Ten Hulscher finished with sacks and three total tackles. 

COS dropped to overall and in the National-NORCAL conference, while Shasta improved to overall and in conference play.

Saturday, Oct. 23, 

Weed Cougars down Biggs

The Weed Cougars upset Biggs on the road on Friday, Oct.

Quarterback Kobe Chanthavisouk threw for yards and a touchdown.

DJ Horton caught the touchdown passed and finished with 33 yards receiving. He also had a touchdown on defense on a fumble return and had 2-points on a 2-point conversion.

Julio Garcia scored on a fumble return for Weed and had two fumble returns. He led Weed High School with 16 tackles.

Tommy Pineda had 83 receiving yards for the Cougars. Steel Person had three sacks for the Cougars.

Siskiyou County high school football scores

Below are scores from Siskiyou County high school football games from Friday. 

  • Weed 32, Biggs 12
  • Maxwell 33, Etna 12 (Homecoming game for Etna)
  • University Prep 57, Yreka 7
  • Trinity 42, Mount Shasta 14
  • Hayfork 46, Dunsmuir 36
  • Tulelake 27, Chester 13
  • Princeton 36, Butte Valley 26

Friday, Oct. 22, 

6 Siskiyou schools earn volleyball playoff berths

A total of six Siskiyou County teams earned berths in the Northern Section volleyball playoffs, it was announced on Friday. 

Etna High School came away with the No. 3 seed in Division 6. They will host No. 6 seed Burney at home on Wednesday, Oct. 27 at 6 p.m. Etna is overall, while Burney is overall. 

Also, in D6, Tulelake () earned the No. 4 seed and will host fellow Siskiyou County squad, Weed (), the No. 5 seed.  

Yreka came away with the No. 6 seed in Division 3. They will be at No. 3 Sutter on Tuesday, Oct. 26, for a 7 p.m. contest. Yreka is for the year, while Sutter is overall. 

In Division 5, Mount Shasta () earned the No. 8 seed and will host No. 9 seed Portola () at 7 p.m. Tuesday at MSHS. 

In Division 7, Happy Camp () earned the No. 7 seed. They will face No. 2 seed Maxwell () on the road Tuesday at 7 p.m. 

Thursday, Oct. 21, 

Two Yreka High School golfers come away with all-league honors

Alexes Collier and Dann&#; Fogle of the Yreka Miners girls golf team earned Northern Athletic League all-league honors at the NAL Championships on Tuesday.

Collier placed fourth overall, and Fogle came in fifth at the event held at Grape Ranch Golf Club in Palo Cedro. They both earned a berth in the Northern Section Finals on Monday, in Oroville.

Tuesday, Oct. 19, 

Yreka High School tennis players earn all-league honors

At the Northern Athletic League Girls Tennis Championships in Redding on Saturday, Gabi Gliatto and Andrea Rodriquez of Yreka High School placed fourth in doubles to earn all-league honors.

Gilatto placed third overall in singles to earn all-league honors in singles. In addition, she earned a berth in the Northern Sections Championships in singles play and in doubles with Rodriquez.

Tuesday, Oct. 19, 

Etna and Yreka compete at Mountain Madness Run

The Etna High School and Yreka High School cross country teams competed at the Mountain Madness Run on Monday, Oct at EHS. Trinity High School also took part in the meet.

In the varsity boys race, Victor Lujan of Yreka finished first with a time of Kyle Cox of Trinity was second, and Saku Sekiguchi of Yreka was third. Chase Callison of Yreka was fourth, with Benjamin Trujillo of Yreka placing fifth.

In the varsity girls race, Jenna Justice of Etna was first with a time of  Mattie Whipple of Yreka was second and Elizabeth Yokel of Etna third. Helen Case of Etna was fourth, and Carlotta Christie of Yreka was fifth.

Monday, Oct. 18, 

Dunsmuir football falls on homecoming night

The Dunsmuir Tigers eight-man football team lost in a battle to the Big Valley Cardinals on homecoming night at home on Friday.

DHS fell to overall, while Big Valley Improved to

"I felt that my team played hard for 48 minutes against Big Valley," Dunsmuir Head Coach Jacob Mekeel said. "It was a back and forth battle all night, and unfortunately, we came out on the wrong side of things." 

Before the game, the homecoming queen and king were announced. This year, Noah Snell was named homecoming king and Moriah Cornett was named Homecoming Queen. Snell, the Tigers starting quarterback, rushed for plus yards and had two touchdowns.

Jayden Christiansen, a freshman, had a great night on the offensive line for Dunsmuir, Mekeel said, and drived blocked opponents on almost every play.

"We had multiple players play every single snap of the game, which shows the toughness we possess as we move forward in the season." Coach Mekeel added.

This is one of the best seasons so far in several years for the Tigers, who before the year began, had not won a contest since

"We are still in the hunt to make playoffs, which is something the Dunsmuir Tigers have not had the opportunity to do in a long time," Meekeel said. "so that has the team excited to keep working toward achieving their goals."

This Friday, Dunsmuir is at Hayfork. 

Saturday Oct. 16, 

Yreka High football falls to Lassen on homecoming night

The Yreka Miners varsity football team lost on homecoming night Friday to the Lassen Grizzlies,

Lassen led at the half. YHS fell to for the year and in Northern Athletic League play. Lassen won for the first time this season and improved to overall and  in the NAL. 

On Friday, Oct. 22, YHS is at University Prep in Redding.

Other results:

  • Big Valley 52, Dunsmuir 48 (Homecoming game for Dunsmuir)
  • Fall River 54, Weed 6 (Homecoming game for Weed)
  • Redding Christian 49, Tulelake 25

Saturday Oct. 16, 

Yreka High cross country takes 1st overall in varsity boys and girls at CV meet

The Yreka Miners cross-country team took first place overall in the varsity boys and girls races at a Northern Athletic League meet versus U-Prep and Central Valley hosted by CV on Wednesday.

In the varsity boys race, Victor Lujan of YHS came in first with a time of  Yreka had runners in the fourth- to 10th-place slots.

In the varsity girls race, Mattie Whipple was second with a time of , followed by teammate Augustine Mylan in third.

Wednesday Oct. 13, 

Yreka High volleyball downs Lassen at home in four sets

The Yreka Lady Miners defeated rival Lassen at home in four sets Tuesday night, by scores of , , ,  

YHS improved to overall and in the Northern Athletic League. Lassen fell to overall and in the NAL. 

Lady Miners head coach Jessany Petricevic said a key to the win was the strong way they competed defensively.  

“We played a very smart game and began to connect better on the court than we have in past games this season,” Petricevic said.

She said that Olivia Lucido had a strong serving game coming out in the first set with a 6-point run. In addition, Kendall Christensen played well at the net with her blocking alongside Emma Hanna, Petricevic said. 

Monday Oct. 11, 

Siskiyou County cross country runners have strong showings at two meets

Ryan Mitchell and Kylene Mitchell of the Weed High School cross country team ran on Saturday in Fresno at the Asics Clovis Invitational.

The meet is run on the same course as the State Championships and draws top teams from throughout the state. Mitchell set a personal record mark and came in 12th overall in the Men's 5k Varsity Small Division race. 

He ran a new PR for the 5k, finishing with a time of  Head coach Eva Garcia-Mitchell said that it appears that this was a new Weed High School record for the 5k. Greer Gatlin held the previous record. He set it at the same course in with a time of at the State Championships. Gatlin is currently the head cross country and track and field coach at Southern Oregon University in Ashland.

Kylene Mitchell ran in the Women's 5k Frosh/Soph All Division race. She ran a new PR for the 5k with a time of

At the West Valley Coed Invitational cross country meet in Cottonwood, Calif., on Friday, Oct. 8, senior Drew Hering of Mount Shasta came in first in the varsity men's race with a time of

Yreka placed in second overall. The top finisher for the Miners was Victor Lujan, with a time of He was followed closely in ninth by teammate Saku Sekiguchi, who had a time of

Augustine Mylan of Yreka was third in the varsity women's race with a time of Jenna Justice of Etna was fifth, while Elizabeth Yokel of Etna was seventh, Mattie Whipple of Yreka was eighth, and Sylva Carpenter of Mount Shasta placed ninth.

Monday Oct. 11, 

COS volleyball opens conference play with three set home loss to Shasta College

The College of the Siskiyou's volleyball team fell in three sets , , in the Golden Valley Conference opener Friday at home to Shasta College.

COS dropped to for the year, while Shasta improved to

Linda Avila had 14 digs for COS, while Alaurah Tallman and Danielle Gil had three kills apiece for the Lady Eagles.

Saturday, Oct. 9, 

Etna falls at the last-minute to Los Molinos

The Etna Lions lost in a battle to Los Molinos at home Friday afternoon.

The Lions were up late in the fourth quarter when Los Molinos scored with about a minute remaining in the fourth quarter for the win.

"We coaches think the team played very well," Lions head coach Daryl McBride said. "Los Molinos is a very well coached and solid team. Our team battled and showed us and the community they can compete with the best of them."

Coach McBride said that Payton Rodriguez stood out on both sides. He secured a sack, a forced fumble, a fumble return and scored a touchdown. Rodriguez also punted the ball eight times for , pinning Los Molinos back multiple times.

Shawn Graves had an interception and returned it for a touchdown. 

Etna fell to overall, while Los Molinos improved to

The contest was moved from 7 p.m. to 4 p.m. due to a lack of referees. 

Other results:

  • Williams 16, Mount Shasta 0 (Homecoming game for Mount Shasta)
  • Central Valley 42, Yreka 12
  • Maxwell 34, Weed 28 (Game played on Thursday)

Friday, Oct. 8, 

Yreka girls tennis defeats Central Valley in final match of day

Tied heading into their final match of the day against Central Valley, the Yreka High School girls tennis team pulled off a home victory on Thursday. 

The final match was in No. 2 doubles, with Cici Henry and Anna Shelton earning an win.

Head coach Carrie Henry said the win put them in a tie for second place in the Northern Athletic League.  

Winners for YHS included Gabi Gliatto, who earned a , win in the No. 1 singles spot; Cici Henry came away with a , win in the  No. 3 singles spot. On Tuesday, Oct. 5, YHS swept West Valley  

Friday, Oct. 8, 

Yreka volleyball drops road game
to West Valley

The Yreka Lady Miners varsity volleyball team fell in three sets on the road to the West Valley Lady Eagles Thursday, , ,

Yreka fell to overall and in the Northern Athletic League.

YHS head coach Jessany Petricevic said that Julia DeLeon and Sammi Freitas had a great offensive night, while Kylie Daws did well with her setting skills. 

Also on Thursday, the Mount Shasta Lady Bears lost to Fall River on the road in a five-set battle in Shasta Cascade League action.

The Lady Bears fell to overall and in the league. 

On Thursday, the Weed Lady Cougars lost to Trinity on the road in three sets, , , WHS is now overall and in the SCL.

Wednesday, Oct. 6, 

Yreka volleyball falls to NAL leader
U-Prep in four sets

At home Tuesday, the Yreka Lady Miners played tough against the U-Prep Lady Panthers from Redding, winning a set before falling in four. 

U-Prep is undefeated in Northern Athletic League play at and is a sterling overall. YHS fell to in the NAL and overall. 

Yreka won the first set before dropping the following three sets , , It was the first set the Lady Panthers had lost in NAL play this season. The YHS junior varsity team also played against U-Prep, falling in three sets. 

Also, on Tuesday, the Etna Lady Lions fell at Fall River in three sets , , EHS fell to overall and in the Shasta Cascade League.

Tuesday, Oct. 5, 

Why the Dunsmuir homecoming football game has a new opponent

The Dunsmuir Tigers homecoming football game scheduled for this Friday against the Butte Valley Bulldogs has been called off. 

Dunsmuir head football coach Jacob Mekeel on Tuesday said the Butte Valley football squad needed to quarantine due to COVID 

 Tuesday morning, he said the crowning of the homecoming king and queen would happen before the Friday, Oct. 15 home game against Big Valley.

Things changed later in the afternoon. Mekeel said they were able to arrange at the last-minute to have Tulelake fill in for Butte Valley.

The homecoming ceremony is at 7 p.m., with the game having a p.m. start time. The homecoming parade is slated for  p.m. on Friday, and the homecoming powder puff football game will be at the Tigers football field at 5 p.m. on Friday. 

“It’s definitely disappointing for the players, but it's just part of the crazy times we are living in,” Mekeel said about the Butte Valley game being called off. 

The Tigers are having one of their best starts in years. Dunsmuir is for the season after downing Herlong on the road on Saturday. 

Monday, Oct. 4, 

Siskiyou County runners stand out at Bill Springhorn Classic

 The Weed Cougars could not maintain a point halftime lead against Quincy on the road Friday

Cross country runners from Weed, Etna, Yreka, and Mount Shasta high schools competed at the 14th annual Bill Springhorn Classic at Shasta College in Redding last Friday.

In the varsity boys race, senior Ryan Mitchell of Weed High School had a strong performance, finishing fourth out of 90 runners, with a time of Victor Lujan of Yreka was 24th.

In the varsity girls' race, junior Jenna Justice of Etna came in ninth out of 69 runners, with a time of

Augustine Mylan of Yreka was 11th with a time of Elisabeth Yokel of Etna finished 14th, and Luc&#;a Duarte of Weed came in 18th. Mattie Whipple of Yreka finished in 20th place.

In the junior varsity girls' race, Ellery DeArton of Mount Shasta was first with a time of Carlotta Christie of Yreka was third with a time of Helen Case and Dylan Hanna of Etna placed seventh and eighth, respectfully. In the junior varsity boys' race, Benjamin Trujillo of Yreka was seventh.

Saturday, Oct. 2, 

Cougars unable to maintain halftime lead, fall to Quincy by three

 The Weed Cougars could not maintain a point halftime lead against Quincy on the road Friday night, as the Trojans came back to win by three. 

WHS was up at the half but fell to drop to  overall and in Cascade Valley League play. Quincy improved to overall and in the CVL. 

Siskiyou County football scores 

Etna varsity game against Biggs called off due to COVID. 

  • Modoc 23, Yreka 0
  • Central Valley 21, Mount Shasta 6
  • Burney 36, Tulelake 20

Friday, Oct. 1, 

Yreka volleyball wins in four sets at Anderson

In Northern Athletic League action, the Yreka Lady Miners volleyball team took down the Anderson Lady Cubs on the road Thursday.

YHS won in four sets , , , Yreka improved to overall and in the NAL. Anderson fell to overall and in the NAL.

Next week will be a challenging one for the Lady Miners as they will face the top two teams in the NAL.

On Tuesday, they host U-Prep for a 6 p.m. contest. U-Prep is overall and undefeated in NAL play. On Thursday, YHS is at West Valley, which is overall. The squad's lone NAL loss was to U-Prep on Thursday.

Thursday, Sept. 30, 

Yreka cross country takes first overall in varsity races at home meet

The Yreka High School cross country team had a strong showing at home Wednesday, taking the top spot overall in the varsity girls and boys races. 

YHS hosted a Northern Athletic League meet. Lassen, University Preparatory, and West Valley took part. 

In the varsity girl's event, the Lady Miners took the top spot, with sophomore Augustine Mylan in first with a time of Fellow YHS runner, sophomore Mattie Whipple was second with a time of  They placed first overall.

In the varsity boys race, Isaiah Feaver of U-Prep came out on top with a time of He was followed closely by YHS sophomore Henry Baun, who finished with a time of Noah Gaido of U-Prep was third, followed by YHS runners Victor Lujan and Saku Sekiguchi. YHS came in first overall, while U-Prep placed second.

Wednesday, Sept. 29, 

Yreka volleyball wins NAL home game against Central Valley

The Yreka Lady Miners volleyball team came away with a Northern Athletic League

victory against the Central Valley Lady Falcons on Tuesday. 

YHS won in four sets , , , The Lady Miners improved to overall and in the NAL. On Thursday, Yreka will face Anderson on the road in NAL play. 

YHS head coach Jessany Munoz-Petricevic said that her squad “is improving weekly.” 

She said that during Tuesday’s game against CV hear team could have played stronger offensively.  

“We are still making adjustments and learning each other's playing styles, so as the team builds trust on the court, we continue to work hard during practice to focus individually and as a team,” Munoz-Petricevic  said. “We are so grateful to have a season this year, so each small improvement is necessary each week with a new team.”

Wednesday, Sept. 29, 

Etna VB loses in 5 sets at home to Trinity

The Etna Lady Lions volleyball team fell at home in a five-set battle to the Trinity Wolves on Tuesday night. 

Etna lost , , , , to drop to overall and in the Shasta Cascade Conference. 

The Etna High Associated Student Body organized a Gold Out at the game in honor of childhood cancer awareness. 

Monday, Sept. 27, 

Yreka football wins for the first time this year vs. Trinity

The Yreka Miners varsity football team downed the Trinity Wolves on the road Friday night. 

It was the first win of the year for YHS, which improved to for the year. Trinity fell to  

In the junior varsity contest, Yreka also won for the first time this year. 

This week, Yreka faces Modoc at home Friday night. 

Siskiyou County Football Scores 

Etna 8, Portola 6 

Los Molinos 49, Weed 12 

Anderson 42, Mount Shasta 6 

Big Valley 38, Butte Valley 6 

Bonanza 28, Tulelake 25 

Dunsmuir had a bye 

Sept. 23, 

Siskiyou County cross country runners compete in Oregon race

On Wednesday, Siskiyou County cross country runners crossed the border to compete in an elite event at the State of Jefferson XC meet at Oak Knoll Golf Course in Ashland, Ore. 

Senior Ryan Mitchell of Weed placed fifth in the varsity boys race with a time of  

The Yreka High varsity boys placed third overall. YHS junior Victor Lujan placed 14th, while teammates Gabe Gregg and Henry Baun placed 16th and 17th. 

In the varsity girls race, YHS sophomores Augustine Mylan and Mattie Whipple placed 7th and 8th overall. Luc&#;a Duarte of Weed was 15th.

Complete results can be found here. 

Sept. 22, 

Yreka VB falls to West Valley in 4 sets

The Yreka Lady Miners varsity volleyball team fell to the West Valley Lady Eagles in the Northern Athletic League opener Tuesday night in Yreka.

YHS lost in four sets , , , , to fall to for the year. WV improved to for the year. The Lady Miner's junior varsity team lost to West Valley in two sets.

This Thursday, Yreka will be at Lassen.

Tuesday night, the Etna Lady Lions volleyball team downed Weed in three sets , , EHS lost at home Saturday in five sets to Modoc.

This Thursday, Etna is at Mount Shasta, while Weed is at home versus Fall River.

Sept. 20, 

Runners from Weed, Mount Shasta take top 2 spots at cross country meet

Against cross country runners from schools throughout the region, two Siskiyou County runners took the top two spots in the varsity boy’s division at the Black Butte Invitational at Lely Park in Orland on Friday.  

Senior Ryan Mitchell of Weed High School came in first with a time of He was followed in second place by Mount Shasta High senior runner Drew Hering, who finished with a time of  

This was Mitchell’s second racer of the season and Hering’s first. Mitchell came in first place on Sept. 4 at the Lagoon Valley Classic in Vacaville, Calif. 

In the varsity girls race, junior Elizabeth Yokel of Etna High School placed fifth with a time of   

In the freshman/sophomore girls race, Ellery DeArton of Mount Shasta High School was sixth with a time of  

Sept. 20, 

COS football falls at Chabot

The College of the Siskiyous football team fell on the road to Chabot College Saturday afternoon.

The Eagles were down in the fourth, but put 13 points on the scoreboard in the final quarter. COS fell to for the year, while Chabot improved to  

Jake Bruce had 85 receiving yards for the Eagles, while Chase Scrivener finished with 75 yards, including catching a 32 yard touchdown pass. OJ Calleja threw for yards with a TD and an interception. Hunter Davis threw for 81 yards with an INT.  Ismael Sloan rushed for 32 yards and a touchdown. 

On defense, Ryan Ten Hulscher had a sack and five tackles, while Elijah Vinzant led the team with six tackles. Johnathon Bailey had an interception and four tackles for the Eagles. 

COS will host Sacramento City College this Saturday at 1 p.m. in Weed. 

Sept. 20, 

YHS runners Sekiguchi, Mylan take first at Yreka cross country Showdown 

At Greenhorn Park, the Yreka High Cross Country team hosted the Yreka XC Showdown on Friday. 

In the varsity boys race, YHS freshman Saku Sekiguchi came in first with a time of  

In the varsity girls event, YHS sophomore Augustine Mylan took the top spot with a time of She was followed closely by teammate Mattie Whipple who finished with a mark of  

The event also featured elementary and middle school races. Results can be found at mynewextsetup.us 

YHS XC opened the season on Wednesday, Sept. 15 at the NAL Pre-League Center meet at West Valley High School in Cottonwood. In the varsity boy’s race, Junior Victor Lujan placed third with a time of Sekiguchi was fourth with a time of  

In the varsity girls race, Whipple placed third with a time of Mylan was fourth with a time of  

Sept. 20, 

Yreka High football falls to Cascade Christian

The Yreka Miners varsity football team lost to Cascade Christian of Medford, Ore., Friday night. 

The game was moved to Mount Shasta High School at the last minute due to unhealthy smoke levels from area fires. YHS fell to for the year. 

Thursday, the Miners junior varsity team lost to Cascade Christian at home  

Siskiyou County high school football results 

Thursday 

Etna 20, Mount Shasta 0 

Friday 

Dunsmuir 62, Westwood 6 

Tulelake 32, Chester 8 

Big Valley 39, Butte Valley 6 

Saturday 

Bradshaw Christian 56, Weed 0 

Sept. 20, 

Former COS and Yreka RB leads Dixie State in rushing vs. UC Davis

Former Yreka High School and College of the Siskiyous standout running back Drew Kannely-Robles led Dixie State with 61 rushing yards in a loss at UC Davis Saturday night. 

He is a redshirt senior with the Bison, which recently moved up in the spring football season from NCAA Division 2 to NCAA Division I Football Bowl Subdivision. Kannely-Robles also had six receiving yards. Dixie State fell to , while UC Davis improved to overall.

The Aggies are coached by Dan Hawkins, who used to play and coach at COS. 

Sept. 17,

Yreka volleyball downs Etna at home in four sets

The Yreka Lady Miners varsity volleyball team downed Etna in four sets at home Thursday night. 

YHS won , , ,  

Yreka head coach Jessany Munoz-Petricevic said standouts included Julia DeLeon, who played well offensively with her hitting. Kendall Christensen provided some outstanding blocking, Munoz-Petricevic said.

YHS improved to overall, while Etna fell to overall. 

In the junior varsity game, YHS won ,

Sept. 16,

Mount Shasta, Etna football game is tonight. (Yes, Thursday!)

Friday's Mount Shasta versus Etna varsity football game has been moved to tonight, Thursday, in Mount Shasta.

This was due to a lack of referees available on Friday. The varsity contest is set for p.m. at Mount Shasta High School. The junior varsity game begins at

Mount Shasta is for the year, and Etna is

Last week EHS downed Trinity

Mount Shasta had their game called off last week versus Weed due to COVID related issues at both schools. 

Sept. 15,

Etna Lady Lions open SCL play with win vs. Fall River

The Etna Lady Lions varsity volleyball team opened Shasta Cascade League play Tuesday night at home with a hard-fought five-set win over Fall River.

EHS won , , , ,

The Lady Lions improved to for the year. 

EHS will face Yreka at the Big Gym at YHS on Thursday.

Yreka volleyball wins in Oregon at Phoenix High

The Yreka Lady Miners varsity volleyball team downed the Phoenix Lady Pirates in three sets on the road in Oregon Tuesday night.

YHS won , , to improve to for the year.

The Lady Miners JV squad was also victorious.

Yreka will host Etna at home Thursday at the Big Gym. The junior varsity game is at p.m., and varsity begins at p.m

Sept. 13,

Yreka Lady Miners VB return from COVID quarantine with mark at tourney

The Yreka Lady Miners varsity volleyball went when the team returned to the court on Saturday, at a tournament in Arcata after 10 days off from practicing due to COVID exposures. 

YHS won in two sets against Etna and downed Fort Bragg in a thrilling three sets. The Lady Miners won in two sets against Eureka and Fortuna.

Yreka's loss came against league competitors West Valley in two sets. 

"The girls have had to quarantine for the past 10 days, so to be able to come in and go straight into a tournament was a great way for them to reconnect and not skip a beat on their way to a strong season," said head coach Jessany Petricevic.

Tournament standouts were Sammi Freitas, who was unstoppable in the front row as an outside hitter, Petricevic said.

Exchange student Emma Marino did well with her setting skills, said Petricevic. Kylie Daws played an exceptional weekend with both setting, hitting and serving along with strong defense by Natalie Grafton.

Scores:

Yreka vs Etna

Set 1:  (Y)

Set 2:  (Y)

Yreka vs Fort Bragg

Set 1:  (FB)

Set 2:  (Y)

Set 3:  (Y)

Yreka vs Eureka

Set 1:  (Y)

Set 2:  (Y)

Yreka vs Fortuna

Set 1:  (Y)

Set 2:  (Y)

Yreka vs West Valley

Set 1:  (WV)

Set 2:  (WV)

Sept. 13,

COS Eagles fall on the road to Reedley

The College of the Siskiyous football squad fell on the road at Reedley Saturday.

Hunter Davis rumbled for a yard touchdown in the third quarter for the Eagles. He finished with 76 yards.

Isaiah Fulmore had two sacks and five tackles for COS, while Jude Ashpole finished with five tackles and a sack. Elijah Vinzant had three tackles and a sack for the Eagles.

COS fell to for the year. The Eagles are at Chabot College on Saturday, Sept.

Sept. 13,

Weed XC runner Ryan Mitchell wins first meet of the year

Weed High School senior runner Ryan Mitchell won the Lagoon Valley Classic Small Schools Varsity Boys 3 mile race with a new personal best time of

The race took place on Saturday in Vacaville.

Weed Cross Country had two meets originally scheduled for last week which were moved to October due to poor air quality in the North State.

Mitchell finished the race 44 seconds ahead of the second place finisher.  

Sept. 13,

Yreka Miners FB falls to Henley

The Yreka Miners varsity football team fell to the Henley Hornets in Medford, Ore., Friday night.

The game was supposed to be played in Klamath Falls, Ore., but was moved due to poor air quality.

YHS fell to for the year. The YHS JV team lost to Henley This week, YHS hosts Cascade Christian on Friday, Sept. 

Other Siskiyou County football scores

  • Etna 30, Trinity 12
  • Dunsmuir 28, Hayfork 14
  • Redding Christian 50, Tulelake 6
  • Princeton 46, Butte Valley 0

Sept. 9,

Bears/Cougars football canceled Friday

The rivalry football game between the Mount Shasta Bears and Weed Cougars has been called off due to COVID related issues at both schools. The "Black Butte Bowl" was scheduled to be played at Mount Shasta.

Other games in Siskiyou County are still up in the air due to air quality and COVID Here's what we know:

  • In Yreka, the junior varsity game versus Henley scheduled for Thursday was called off due to poor air quality in Henley, Ore. 
  • The Friday varsity game in Henley is still on as of Thursday afternoon but that could change. The teams will also try to hold the JV game on Friday. 
  • The YHS home volleyball game versus Mount Shasta was called off due to the COVID issues at Mount Shasta. 
  • Etna High School is still scheduled to face the Trinity Wolves at home, but air quality from nearby fires could changes things. It has been moved to Saturday with a 5 p.m. start time The game has now been moved to Weed High School. The JV game is at 5 p.m. and varsity begins at 7 p.m.
  • Dunsmuir High School is still set to face Hayfork at home Friday but the schools are taking a wait-and-see approach. The game is set for 6 p.m.

Sept. 7,

COS VB falls at home

The College of the Siskiyous volleyball team hosted Southwestern Oregon Community College in Weed on Monday.

COS lost in three sets , , to fall to for the year.

On Wednesday, Sept. 1, the Lady Eagles won in three sets at Alameda , , On Friday, Sept. 3, COS lost two games at the De Anza Classic, The Lady Eagles lost in four sets to both De Anza and to Cosumnes River

This Wednesday, COS is at Umpqua Community College in Oregon.

Bears and Lions game rescheduled for Sept. 17

Sept. 3,

Tonight's Bears vs. Lions games rescheduled for Sept. 17

The Mount Shasta vs. Etna football games scheduled for tonight in Mount Shasta have been rescheduled for the evening of Sept.

The move was made "Due to a number of circumstances beyond our control," according to a mass text message sent out by MSHS principal Sati Shah Friday morning.

This would have been the second game for the Etna Lions and the second for the Bears, who lost in Colusa last week.

The varsity and JV Lions played in Alturas last week and lost to the Modoc Braves.

Aug. 30,

Yreka JV VB wins home tourney

The Yreka Lady Miners junior varsity volleyball team came away with the top spot in their home tournament over the weekend. YHS downed Lassen in the title game Saturday at the Miner Mountain Blast Tournament. 

I’m very proud of the girl's effort,” interim JV head coach Scott Eastman said. “We came into the tournament with only three goals. Serve tough, early communication, get behind the ball on serve, receive passing, and be the most energetic team on the court each match. Girls bought in % and things worked out well for us."

Eastman called the team a "good coachable group of girls who all get along.” 

Lady Miner Isa O’brion was named JV tourney MVP, while Stella Eastman was named to the All-Tourney team. Isa led YHS in service aces and assists.  

“Her serve put pressure on the other teams throughout the tournament and was one of the primary keys to the team’s overall results,” Eastman said.  

Stella Eastman led the Lady Miners in kills, digs and was second on the team with 14 aces. 

YHS Varsity volleyball goes

The Yreka varsity volleyball team went at the tourney, beating Trinity (, , ) and Modoc (, ). Yreka lost against Foothill (, ) and U-Prep (, ).  

Julia DeLeon and Sammi Freitas were named to the All-Tournament team. West Valley won the tournament while U-Prep was second. 

DeLeon led Yreka with 35 kills for the day Freitas had 26 kills for the day. Kylie Daws led the team with 41 assists.  

Head Coach Jessany Petrićević thanked Miner Power for supporting the tournament. 

“Without their help, this event, which has now grown to be one of the largest single-day volleyball tournaments north of Sacramento, would not be possible," she said. 

On Wednesday, YHS opened the season with a five-set win on the road at Redding Christian. 

The Etna Lady Lions varsity team went at that tourney. They downed Mount Shasta. On Tuesday, they opened the season with a four-set home win versus Anderson. 

Aug. 30,

Miners, Lions, Cougars and more: Here's a recap of Friday night's scores

McKinleyville 30, Yreka 0  

Friday night, the Yreka Miners opened the football season with a home loss to the McKinleyville Panthers.  

YHS had an opportunity to score at the end of the first half and had a first down at the 1-yard line of the Panthers but were unable to get points on the board.

YHS lost the junior varsity game This week, the Miners have a bye and play Henley of Oregon on the road on the road on Friday.  

Modoc 59, Etna 12

The Etna Lions opened the year with a loss at the Modoc Braves. The game was originally scheduled in Etna but was moved to Alturas due to air quality concerns.

Sophomore quarterback Trent Hogge went for for yards with two touchdowns and three interceptions. Tucker Deala and Lucas Tharp each had a touchdown reception for the Lions. Luke Jenner led EHS with 10 tackle son defense, while Shawn Graves and Jackson Newton had an interception. EHS is at Mount Shasta this Friday.  

Central Valley 42, Weed 13  

The Weed Cougars opened the season with a loss to the larger division school Central Valley on Friday night. The Cougars were scheduled to play Hoopa at home, while CV was supposed to face Trinity. Both games were called off earlier in the week due to fires begin close to both opponents' communities and a game was scheduled between the Cougars and Falcons.  

Senior quarterback Kobe Chanthavisouk finished for for yards with two touchdowns and three interceptions. On defense, he led the Cougars with 12 total tackles.  

Weed had seven total sacks in the game led by Kevin Guadarrama with three sacks. Brendon Brooks had two sacks, while Noah Wiles and Kade Bernstein each had a sack for WHS. Weed is at Sonoma Valley on Friday.  

Other Friday night scores:  

Colusa 25, Mount Shasta 8  

Burney 44, Tulelake 33  

Loyalton 48, Dunsmuir 6 

Aug. 27,

Happy Camp football season called off. Here's why

Due to a lack of players, the football season for the Happy Camp Indians' 8-man football team has been canceled. 

Happy Camp principal/athletic director Erica Mitchell said the school is “bummed out,” but it was deemed too difficult to have a season with only eight players on the roster. In addition, it's been a challenge to have practices due to the poor air quality because of regional wildfires.

The Indians were scheduled to start the season on Friday, Sept. 3 at Dunsmuir. The decision was announced on Thursday. 

“It was a hard decision to make,” Mitchell said, adding she feels badly for the players, including five seniors on the team. Happy Camp did not have a season in due to the COVID pandemic and has not played since the fall of  

Mitchell thanked head coach Alonzo Jackson for his dedication to the program. 

“I wish we could’ve had a team this year, but we didn’t have enough kids to field a team safely,” Jackson said in a Facebook post on the Happy Camp High School page.

He said he was proud to coach the kids, and he wanted to continue with conditioning 2 to 3 times a week until basketball starts, or there are no interested students.

Aug. 27,

Fires change Cougars football opener. They'll play at CV tonight

The Weed Cougars opening game of the season has changed.

The Cougars were supposed to open the season tonight at home versus Hoopa Valley. Things changed when Hoopa had to drop out due to fires in their area.

The Cougars will now face larger division school Central Valley on the road in Shasta Lake City at 7 p.m. 

CV and Weed agreed to play on Thursday after Trinity bowed out of its Friday game due to the fires burning in Trinity County.

The Etna Lions home opener versus Modoc tonight has been moved to Alturas due to poor air quality in the School Valley. The varsity game begins at Modoc High School at p.m.; JV starts at p.m.

Other games tonight

  • Yreka plays host to McKinleyville. Varsity, p.m. JV. p.m.
  • Dunsmuir plays host to Loyalton at 6 p.m.
  • Mount Shasta varsity is at Colusa at 7 p.m.

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San Francisco Junior College
MottoThe Truth Shall Make You Free
TypeCommunity college
EstablishedAugust 26, &#;(August 26, )

Academic affiliations

CCCS
CCCAA
Budget$ million (–16)[1]

Academic staff

1,
Students23, ()[2]
Location

San Francisco

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U.S.

CampusUrban
NewspaperThe Guardsman
Colors&#;&#; Red & white
NicknameRams
Websitemynewextsetup.us

City College of San Francisco (CCSF or City College) is a publiccommunity college in San Francisco, California. Founded as a junior college in , the college plays an important local role, annually enrolling as many as one in nine San Francisco residents.[3] CCSF is accredited by the Accrediting Commission for Community and Junior Colleges (ACCJC).

Comprising the entire San Francisco Community College District, CCSF is the only community college in San Francisco. The Ocean Avenue campus, bordering the Sunnyside, Westwood Park and Ingleside neighborhoods, is the college's largest location. The college has other campuses in South San Francisco, Financial District, Little Saigon, South of Market, Bayview-Hunters Point, Marina District, North of Panhandle, and Mission District.

CCSF offers courses in more than 50 academic programs and over occupational disciplines. There is a wide selection of credit courses that lead to an associate degree, which can be used to meet the general education requirements for transfer to four-year institutions. City College of San Francisco has articulation agreements with the California State University system, the University of California system, and other private and public universities in California and across the United States. Free non-credit courses in subjects such as ESL and citizenship as well as adult education classes are also provided.[3]

History[edit]

San Francisco Junior College[edit]

The founding of a junior college in San Francisco had long been the dream of Archibald Jeter Cloud, the Chief Deputy Superintendent of the San Francisco Unified School District (SFUSD). In response to Black Tuesday and the ensuing Great Depression, Cloud worked to convince the San Francisco Board of Education of the necessity of a junior college in Depression-era San Francisco and of the District's financial ability to form one. Cloud's presentation of fiscal studies in convinced the Board of the availability of Federal and State funding for a junior college. City College of San Francisco was established by the Board of Education of the San Francisco Unified School District on February 15, , and officially opened on August 26, , as San Francisco Junior College. The college had no central campus at the time.[4] Instruction began on September 4, , with morning classes held at the University of California Extension building on Powell Street and afternoon classes held at Galileo High School. The long distance between the two locations gave the college the nickname "Trolley Car College."[4] Increasing enrollment gave way to the college's expansion to Lick-Wilmerding High School, Samuel Gompers Trade School, Marina Junior High School, and other locations. A permanent main campus near Ocean Avenue was approved by the San Francisco Board of Education in and opened in with the opening of Science Hall.[5]

City College of San Francisco[edit]

Ocean Avenue Campus with Beniamino Bufano's Saint Francis of the Guns of sculpture in the foreground

In February , the name was changed to City College of San Francisco.[6] It now consists of eleven campuses, the Ocean Campus being the primary one.

In , the college separated from the San Francisco Unified School District. The college continued to hold noncredit education programs throughout San Francisco's neighborhoods. However, as a result of CCSF's rapid growth, the San Francisco Community College District divided the programs between a division for credit courses at the Ocean Campus and one other division for noncredit courses throughout locations in San Francisco. The two educational divisions merged as a single division in with program locations held at campuses of City College of San Francisco.[3]

Since the s, the college has significantly renovated and expanded its locations and developed new buildings and facilities throughout San Francisco.

Since its founding in , City College has evolved into a multicultural, multi-campus community college that is one of the largest in the country. CCSF offers courses in more than 50 academic programs and over occupational disciplines. There is a full range of credit courses leading to the Associate of Arts and Associate of Science degrees, most of which meet the general education requirements for transfer to a four-year colleges and universities.

Accreditation crisis[edit]

In , the college began experiencing significant public turmoil. On July 2, , the Accrediting Commission for Community and Junior Colleges (ACCJC), gave the college eight months to prove it should remain accredited and ordered it to "make preparations for closure".[7][8][9] As summarized by the San Francisco Chronicle in , "the commission has never found wrongdoing or substandard instruction, but has said the college should lose accreditation because of tangled governance structures, poor fiscal controls and insufficient self-evaluation and reporting."[10] In September , the state chancellor's office warned that a special trustee would be appointed to oversee the institution's finances if the college did not voluntarily invite one; the board of trustees voted to invite a special trustee, despite student protests and objection.[11] A report issued by California's Fiscal Crisis & Management Assistance team in September found the institution to be in a "perilous financial position" caused largely by "poor decisions and a lack of accountability.[12]

In July of , the ACCJC elected to take action to terminate the college's accreditation, subject to a one-year review and appeal period. The decision was based on a variety of deficiencies in standards. A Fiscal Crisis and Management Assistance Team report was expected to be released by the end of July Nearly two months later, San Francisco city attorney Dennis Herrera filed two legal challenges to stop the ACCJC from revoking City College of San Francisco's accreditation alleging conflicts of interest, a faulty evaluation process, and a politically motivated decision-making process.[13] The decision to revoke accreditation in was put on hold pending the legal challenges.[10] In January , with the legal conflict still ongoing, ACCJC said that CCSF remained out of compliance with standards in 32 areas but granted the college a two-year extension for resolving these issues and avoiding a shutdown.[10]

In , ACCJC reaffirmed the college's accreditation for seven years.[14] It operates with approximately $22M annual Stabilization funding from the California legislature which will expire in For the /18 Fiscal year, the Board of Trustees approved a $49M Deficit budget.

Free City College[edit]

After the accreditation crisis in , CCSF was having low student enrollment issues.[15] In the years that followed the crisis, student enrollment went from 90, students down to 60, students by [16] In February , the City of San Francisco began offering free tuition at CCSF for San Francisco city residents in a two year pilot program called “Free City College”.[16][17] The money for the free tuition was raised from Proposition W, a transfer of properties tax on property sold over $5 million.[17] By Fall , student enrollment was increased by 16% (4, students).[16] However, a financial audit in showed that the college was still in dire straits with deficits for at least three years and nearly $14 million more in spending than revenue during the previous fiscal year.[18]

Organization and administration[edit]

CCSF is part of the San Francisco Community College District which is independent and co-extensive with the City and County of San Francisco and part of the California Community Colleges System. The district's board of trustees is elected by San Francisco residents. District funds are allocated from the state legislature, local property taxes, student tuition and fees, lottery funds, sales tax funds, and miscellaneous sources.

Unique to California Community Colleges, CCSF support staff are pooled in the County of San Francisco's Civil Service system, so they may transfer between the community college and other City/County of San Francisco departments and participate in the City and County's benefit programs. This is an exception to academic independence enabled by Education Code section College administrators do not have control of hiring and placement of classified staff. Although it allows for benefit and seniority portability, CCSF classified staff are not paid at the same rate as their equivalent in other city/county department, so transfer to the college is effectively a demotion.[19]

City College of San Francisco is located in an urban environment and has the associated crime rate.[20] All campuses are maintained by the San Francisco Community College District Police Department (SFCCDPD).[21] The SFCCDPD has twenty eight police officers and nine civilian employees.

Although most colleges and universities have auxiliary foundations for fundraising, the foundation of City College's assets were frozen in for illegal use, leading to felony money laundering charges against the college's chancellor.[22] The Foundation subsequently made a break from the college, and today, the college has a quasi-endowment of a little over $1M that it does not control.

Campus and academic centers[edit]

City College of San Francisco, Mission Campus

CCSF officially opened in , during the Depression era, at the Industrial school, a school for juvenile delinquents, at the Ocean/Phelan Avenue site. Instruction began on September 4, , with morning classes held at the University of California Extension Division building on Powell Street and afternoon classes at Galileo High School with students moving between sites using the trolley system at the time. As the student population grew, classes became available at other sites across San Francisco at a variety of sites. As Juila Bergman writes in the book City College of San Francisco, "Thus, in a real sense, the history of the college is a history of San Francisco and its transportation system."

Today it has a main campus (called Ocean Campus) but it also has 10 other satellite locations across San Francisco. Commonly called "campuses," but recently renamed as "centers," these are technically "Academic Centers" and "outreach Operations" in the state-approved framework of the California Community Colleges System, having less than the range of educational facilities and services offered at a typical community college campus.[23]

Active campuses[edit]

  • Airport Center, San Francisco International Airport, Bldg.
  • Chinatown/North Beach Center, Kearny Street
  • Downtown Center, 88 4th Street
  • Evans Center, Evans Avenue
  • John Adams Center, Hayes Street
  • Mission Center, Valencia Street
  • Ocean Campus, 50 Frida Kahlo Way (main campus)
  • Southeast Center, Oakdale Avenue.[24]

Former campuses[edit]

  • Civic Center, Market Street
  • Fort Mason Center, Fort Mason Center, Bldg. B
  • Gough Street Site, 31–33 Gough Street (administration)

The Airport Center is not state approved and has never been state approved, and the other centers are grandfathered but would not be permitted to open under the California Community College guidelines.[19]

Art on campus[edit]

Most of the early art on CCSF campus was due to the work of Timothy L. Pflueger, the architect who was in charge of designing CCSF in the s.[4] Pflueger was on a committee of well-known Beaux-Arts architects organizing and designing the Golden Gate International Exposition (GGIE) and he put together a large exhibit of Art in Action in , showcasing a number of artists (from various genres) on display, engaged in creating works.[4] Many of these artworks from GGIE now permanetely live at CCSF's Ocean Campus.

Diego Rivera[edit]

Main article: Pan American Unity

Diego Rivera's work Pan American Unity, originally created for the Golden Gate International Exposition in , has been displayed at the theater at the Ocean Campus of San Francisco City College since [25] This large mural stands, 22' high and 74' long made up of 5 panels. The mural was entitled by Rivera, “Unión de la Expresión Artistica del Norte y Sur de este Continente” (The Marriage of the Artistic Expression of the North and South of this Continent) but now commonly called Pan American Unity. There are three self-portraits and a portrait on his wife, artist Frida Kahlo within this mural.[25] As of , City College is in the process of supporting The Diego Rivera Mural Project, with goals to return the mural to the position of public importance, stabilize the environment in which it is set, and secure funding to make the project self supportive.[25]

Frederick E. Olmsted[edit]

"Theory and Science" mural located at San Francisco City College (CCSF) up close detail, two 12′ x 8′ tempera frescos painted by Frederick E. Olmsted Jr. in and restored in , New Deal Agencies: Federal Art Project (FAP)

Frederick E. Olmsted's Theory and Science mural is located at CCSF's Ocean Campus in the Science Hall's west entrance.[26] This is two 12′ x 8′ tempera frescos murals and depicts a range of careers in the sciences, featuring men, women and people of color doing things such as viewing bacteria through a microscope, conducting field research, and excavating dinosaur remains.[26] Olmsted also created two large, limestone sculptures of Leonardo da Vinci and Thomas Edison heads that are on display in the Ocean Campus middle courtyard.[27] The giant Leonardo da Vinci and Thomas Edison heads were created in as part of the Golden Gate International Exposition's Art in Action exhibition and later given to CCSF for care and display.[27]

Beniamino Bufano[edit]

Beniamino Bufano was a California-based Italian American sculptor, best known for his large-scale monuments representing peace. Bufano's sculpture Saint Francis of the Guns of stands at San Francisco City College in front of the Science Building. It is a statue of Saint Francis of Assisi—San Francisco's namesake—made from melted-down guns mixed with bronze to prevent rust from the city's dampness; this work was inspired by that year's assassinations of Martin Luther King Jr. and Robert F. Kennedy. The sculpture is of a 9-ft tall figure of a robed Catholic saint, his arms spread in peaceful greeting. On his robe, Bufano created a mosaic tile mural showing the glowing heads of four of America's assassinated leaders: Abraham Lincoln, Martin Luther King Jr., Robert Kennedy and John F. Kennedy.[28] This was one of Bufano's last works before he died.[28]

Dudley C. Carter[edit]

Dudley C. Carter has three works at the CCSF Ocean Campus, including The Ram sometimes called Mountain Ram, Goddess of the Forest, and The Beast sculptures. Dudley had donated The Ram because he knew it was the school mascot and it had been part of the Golden Gate International Exposition's Arts in Action exhibition.[29] The Ram sculpture stood outside on the campus periodically changing locations from time to time, students would coat it in paint with campus colors red and white. Sometimes rival schools would repaint The Ram in their own school colors. By The Ram had many layers of paint and damage and in Spring of it was restored by Carter with use of a pick axe and its original, natural redwood.[29] Currently located in the lobby of Conlan Hall, on the Ocean Campus.[29]The Goddess of the Forest is another redwood sculpture created during GGIE, it is very large standing at 26 feet tall and had a girth at the base of 21 feet. For years this piece was located at Golden Gate Park, until when it began to show distress and decay. It was then moved to CCSF to an indoor location awaiting restoration.[29]

Ignacio Perez Solano[edit]

In , the then Governor of Veracruz, Mexico, Miguel Alemán Velazco presented CCSF with a reproduction of an Olmec colossal head in honor of the new Pan-American Center.[30] The gift, a ton, 9-foot tall replica of “El Rey” (The King) San Lorenzo #1 created in volcanic tuff is now the centerpiece of the proposed Frida Kahlo Garden next to the Diego Rivera Theater at City College of San Francisco.[31] The artist that carved the replica was Ignacio Perez Solano, also known as “il Maestro.”[30] This is only one of five Olmec heads reproductions in the United States and is viewed by some as the "mother culture" of Mexico.[32]

Herman Volz[edit]

Two 50′ x 45′ low-relief polished marble mosaics by the Swiss-born artist Herman Volz are located in the south portico of San Francisco City College's Science Hall, located on Ocean Campus.[33] The murals are named Organic and Inorganic Science. The imagery of the mosaics represent fields such as physics, chemistry, biology, and mathematics with text accompanying the mural that reads ‘Give me a base and I move the world.’ These murals were originally part of the Golden Gate International Exposition’s Art in Action show in on Treasure Island before they were moved to the college. The two mosaics took two years to install with a staff of eight workmen, Juan Breda served as assistant mosaicist for the project. The murals were restored in [33]

Academics[edit]

Science Building atop Cloud Hill as viewed from Ram Plaza (the Quad); a CCSF police car patrols along Cloud Circle.

City College of San Francisco has over 50 educational programs and more than work training programs.[34] CCSF has a transfer rate to four-year institutions of 60%, with % of transfer students transferring with an associate degree.[35]

Schools[edit]

  • School of Behavioral & Social Sciences and Multicultural Studies (12 departments)
  • School of Business (5 departments)
  • School of English & Foreign Languages
  • School of Fine, Applied, and Communication Arts (10 departments)
  • School of Health, PE, & Social Services (11 departments)
  • School of ESL, International Education & Transitional Studies
  • School of Science & Mathematics (13 departments)
  • Library Information Technology

Hotel and restaurant management programs[edit]

Founded in , the two-year hospitality program is the oldest of any kind on emphasizing culinary arts, with an annual average enrollment of international students. This program offers culinary art, food service management, and hotel management.

The current facilities in Statler Wing are now home to a café (currently named Radius 99), cafeteria, and fine dining restaurant (Pierre Coste Room); four kitchens, a bake shop, three lecture rooms, a lecture/demonstration auditorium, the Alice Statler Library and Gifford Resource Center. The department has an ongoing enrollment of over students from around the world.[36]

Student life[edit]

The Student Activities Office provides resources, support and leadership training for eight Associated Students Councils and more than 80 clubs and student organizations. It sponsors a wide variety of concerts and lectures throughout the year. It funds the Book Loan Program, Dr. Betty Shabazz Family Resource Center, Multi-Cultural Resource Center, Queer Resource Center, Student Health, Students Supporting Students mentoring program, and Women's Resource Center.

Students can also avail themselves of the Fitness Center, nationally ranked intercollegiate sports, and participate in the college's award-winning intercollegiate Speech and Debate Program. The college also features a student-run newspaper, The Guardsman, an award-winning magazine, ETC as well as television and radio stations. Performances given by students in music, dance, and theater arts further enhance campus life.

[edit]

Currently, there is a Queer Alliance student group and a Queer Resource Center on campus.[37] The Queer Resource Center is an informational and advocacy resource center for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, gender queer, intersex, questioning, and straight allies. The Queer Resource Center aims to empower and celebrate its demographic as well as its community,[38] part of which they have supported the addition of new queer studies classes and a new queer-focused associate degree in [37] The center has participated in anti-violence, anti-homophobia, and anti-transphobia rallies and workshops.[39] The center has struggled with funding although this has caught the attention of politicians, notably the Green Party, whose candidate for board of trustees John Rizzo promised in funds for more LGBT studies and the Queer Resource Center.[40]

Women[edit]

On campus, there are numerous student activity groups, gender-specific courses, and health services. For example, the Women's Resource Center and Library (Smith Hall, –) offers women on campus an opportunity to network with academic support services and resources, and Project Survive is a campus peer education group working to promote healthy relationships and end abuse and sexual violence.[41]

Athletics[edit]

Teams[edit]

Intercollegiate athletics are offered for men and women. College teams belong in the CCCAACoast Conference North Section and competes with teams from other colleges. Intercollegiate sports include baseball, basketball, cross-country, football, soccer, softball, tennis, track, badminton, volleyball, and judo. These teams are all nicknamed the after the mascot of the school, The Rams. City College of San Francisco Football Teams have won ten national championships. The annual rivalry football game is played against the College of San Mateo Football team.[42]

Sports facilities[edit]

All of the CCSF Rams teams are based on the Ocean Campus. The home venue for baseball is Carter Field. Softball is played at Fairmont Park. Football as well as track and field use Rams Stadium. A new Soccer Practice Field has been built north of the stadium. The Wellness Center, south of Rams Stadium, houses staff offices, weight rooms, a swimming pool, lockrooms, classrooms, and an indoor gym. East of Rams Stadium used to be the former site of the North Gym and the South Gym, which used to contain the lockrooms, weight rooms, and staff offices. The Tennis Courts are across an access road from the former gyms.

Notable people[edit]

See also: Category:City College of San Francisco alumni

Alumni[edit]

This is a list of notable alumni from City College of San Francisco, listed in alphabetical order by last name.

Actors[edit]

Artists[edit]

  • Lenore Chinn, () a queer Chinese-American artist and activist, best known for her American realist paintings
  • Patrick Crowley (–) queer disco and Hi-NRG dance music composer and recording artist.[45]
  • Kenn Davis, ( –), surrealist painter and mystery novel writer associated with the Beat generation[46]
  • Emory Douglas, () Minister of Culture for the Black Panther Party from until the Party disbanded in the s. His graphic art was featured in most issues of the newspaper, The Black Panther, where he was also art director, designer, and main illustrator.
  • Chris Johanson, () painter, attended CCSF from –[47]
  • Freda Koblick (–), American acrylic artist and sculptor.[48]
  • Barry McGee, () a painter and graffiti artist.[47]
  • Manuel Neri, () artist, attended CCSF from [49]
  • Win Ng, () ceramics artist, designer, entrepreneur and co-founder of Taylor & Ng[50]

Sports professionals[edit]

Baseball[edit]
Basketball[edit]
[edit]
  • Natey Adjei, () CFL Wide Receiver
  • Joe Ayoob, () Arena Football Quarterback[52]
  • Desmond Bishop, () NFL Linebacker
  • Allen Chapman, () Arena Football
  • Al Cowlings, () NFL Linebacker
  • Vernon Crawford, () NFL Linebacker
  • DeJon Gomes, () NFL Safety
  • Larry Grant, () NFL Linebacker
  • Lavelle Hawkins, () NFL Wide Receiver
  • Cole Hikutini, () NFL Tight End
  • James Hundon, () NFL Wide Receiver
  • Jeremiah Masoli, () CFL Quarterback
  • Maurice Purify, () NFL Wide Receiver
  • Nick Rolovich, () College Football Head Coach
  • O. J. Simpson, () Retired Football Player, Broadcaster, and Actor[19]
  • Dick Stanfel, (–) NFL and Pro Football Hall of Fame
  • Lenny Walls, () NFL Cornerback
  • Gibril Wilson, () NFL Safety

Journalists and writers[edit]

Politics and civil service[edit]

  • Allen Broussard, (–) an African-American judge and justice of the California Supreme Court
  • Saeb Erekat (born ), a Palestinian diplomat who previously served as chief of the PLO Steering and Monitoring Committee.[55]
  • Martin Jenkins, () former federal judge[56]
  • Ed Jew, () former Chinese-American politician, who was convicted of extortion, bribery, and perjury in
  • Fred H. Lau, () former chief of police for San Francisco from –[57]
  • Peggy Pierce, (–) Nevada politician

Other[edit]

Faculty[edit]

This is a list of notable faculty from City College of San Francisco, listed in alphabetical order by last name.

See also[edit]

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Shipp-Roberts, 31, will be honored for her two seasons as a standout at Solano when she is inducted into the Falcons’ Athletic Hall of Fame during a dinner and awards ceremony on Saturday, Oct. 28 starting at 5 p.m. at Solano Community College.

The Class of also consists of:

* John Canova, game announcer, present.

* Welana Toki, women’s basketball, and

* Reggie Vezia II, men’s basketball, and

* Ryan Lipkin, baseball,

* Victor Ferrante, baseball, and

* Shirley Lewis, SCC booster, present.

* Jennae Lambdin, softball head coach,

Special recognition will be given to the softball team.

“It’s just such an honor. It really is,” said Shipp-Roberts. “It’s something special. They were two of the best years. It wasn’t easy.

“Anyone thinking that junior college is easy is very much mistaken. I wouldn’t be where I am, career-wise, coaching-wise, if I hadn’t gone through Solano. I’m grateful.”

Shipp-Roberts said Borchert helped her get on the right path as a college player.

“Coach Borchert humbled me early and said, ‘Hey, if this is what you want to achieve, as far as a basketball scholarship, you need to do X, Y and Z,’ ” she said. “It was very humbling and I’m so grateful for that.

“Coach Borchert allowed me to play for him. I wouldn’t be where I am today if it wasn’t for him and Solano. You hear people say that all the time – but this really rings true.”

Solano has been like a second home for Shipp-Roberts. She began her coaching career as an assistant, spending two years at Solano (), during which time the Falcons tied for the BVC title and won it outright the following year. They went to the California Community College Athletic Association state playoffs each year.

“I played with some great, great ladies,” she said. “I definitely had to work on my ball handling. I had to work on my 3-point shot, which ended up working out later in my basketball career. I needed to find some way to be on the floor, whether it was shooting, defending, rebounding, whatever. I was going to be in the gym, making sure that I could give my team the best I could.

“It’s a place that is near and dear to my heart. It’s family.”

Shipp-Roberts is a Napa High School graduate who was twice named All-Napa County for the Indians.

After playing for Solano, she had a stellar two-year career for Azusa Pacific University in Southern California, helping the Cougars advance to the NAIA National Tournament in Jackson, Tenn., each year. As a shooting guard, she was one of the Golden State Athletic Conference leaders in 3-point field goal percentage as a senior.

She got her degree in P.E. from Azusa Pacific in

As a graduate student at the University of Alabama, she was an instructor within the P.E. department. She got her master’s degree in human performance in

Shipp-Roberts taught P.E. and coached for four years at American Canyon High. She was the head girls basketball coach for two years and the head swimming coach for one year.

She is in her second year as a P.E. teacher at St. Helena High and is also the department chairperson. She will be in her first season as the varsity girls basketball head coach this winter.

Shipp-Roberts has been around athletics her entire life. Her parents, Dave and Mary Shipp, are retired after teaching and coaching at the high school level.

More information about the Solano Hall of Fame is available by emailing Claire Gover at [email protected] or calling

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SOLANO COUNTY, CA — Super Bowl LIV isn't the only huge competition happening this weekend. Three-hundred students from 15 high schools across six Northern California counties preparing to battle it out Saturday in the North Bay Region's Academic Decathlon at Solano Community College in Fairfield.

Teams from Lake, Mendocino, Napa, Solano, Sonoma and Yolo counties are set to compete in an event modeled after the Olympics but to stimulate academic achievement and honor "athletes of the mind."

The competition provides students the opportunity to participate in an educational forum, which fosters a deep respect for knowledge, cooperation and self-esteem. The theme of this year's Academic Decathlon contest is "In Sickness and in Health: An Exploration of Illness and Wellness."

Find out what's happening in Benicia with free, real-time updates from Patch.

Teams from the following schools are participating in this year's competition:

  • American Canyon High School of Napa Valley USD
  • Dixon High School of Dixon USD
  • Rodriguez High School of Fairfield-Suisun USD
  • Vanden High School of Travis USD
  • Buckingham Charter High School of Vacaville USD
  • Jesse Bethel High School, MIT Academy and Vallejo High School of Vallejo City USD
  • Maria Carrillo High School of Santa Rosa City Schools District
  • Casa Grande High School and Petaluma High School of Petaluma City Schools District
  • Davis Senior High School of Davis Joint USD
  • Upper Lake High School of Upper Lake USD
  • Willits High School of Willits USD
  • River City High School of Washington USD

"I am excited to see Academic Decathlon growing in our county and region," said Ken Scarberry, Solano County Office of Education Program Director of Youth Development. "Students deserve tremendous credit and praise for their teamwork, dedication and work ethic in representing their schools at the North Bay Regional Academic Decathlon Competition."

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This year's regional decathlon involves three days of competition, two of which already took place. The first day of competition was Dec. 10, , and featured an online essay writing competition. The second day was Saturday, Jan. 25, and featured online testing at various schools throughout Lake, Mendocino, Napa, Solano, Sonoma and Yolo counties. Tests included: Art, Economics, Literature, Mathematics, Music, Science and Social Science.

Saturday marks the final day of competition, and will feature speeches and interviews in the morning followed by the popular Super Quiz—the only event open to the public (other than the awards ceremony) at p.m. in the Solano Community College gymnasium, Suisun Valley Road in Fairfield.

The North Bay teams advancing to the California Academic Decathlon — scheduled for March in Sacramento — are to be announced at p.m. Saturday in an awards ceremony in the Solano Community College gym.

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Siskiyou Sports Blog Fall Yreka Miners Holiday Basketball Tournament starts Thursday


The 67th annual Yreka Miners Holiday Basketball Tournament gets underway starting Thursday at Yreka High School.

Below is the Thursday schedule. The event runs until Saturday. The Friday and Saturday schedules will be hammered out after the Thursday and Friday contests.

Varsity games are at the New Gym, while junior varsity games are at the Old Gym. 

Thursday

Varsity boys

  • Henley vs. West Valley, a.m.
  • Anderson vs. Crater, p.m.
  • Etna vs. Brookings-Harbor, p.m.
  • Del Norte vs. Yreka, p.m.

Varsity girls

  • Henley vs. Cascade Christian, 1 p.m.
  • Etna vs. Brookings Harbor, 4 p.m.
  • Del Norte vs. Crater, 7 p.m.
  • Yreka has a bye on Thursday. The team will play two games on Friday at  p.m. and p.m.

Junior varsity boys

  • West Valley vs. Etna, 10 a.m.
  • Brookings vs. Yreka freshman, 4 p.m.
  • Anderson, Crater, 1 p.m.
  • Del Norte vs. Yreka, 7 p.m.

Junior varsity girls

  • Etna vs. Cascade Christian, a.m.
  • Crater JV 2 vs. Brookings-Harbor, p.m.
  • Crater vs. Yreka, p.m.
  • Del Norte has a bye.

Wednesday, Nov. 24, 

Yreka grad earns All-American cross country honors at SOU

The College of the Siskiyou’s men’s basketball team dominated the Simpson junior varsity team in the Eagles home opener Tuesday. 

Isaac Fernandez, a Yreka High School graduate, recently earned All-American cross country honors at Southern Oregon University in Ashland. 

A junior, Fernandez placed 38th in a field of last Friday at the NAIA Cross Country National Championships in Vancouver, Wash. 

 He had a time of 25 minutes, seconds on the 8,meter course. He was the first SOU men’s runner to cross the finish line. SOU placed 14th overall. 

Wednesday, Nov. 24, 

COS men's hoops downs Simpson JV at home

The College of the Siskiyou’s men’s basketball team dominated the Simpson junior varsity team in the Eagles home opener Tuesday. 

COS won by the score of  

Former Mount Shasta High School standout Kody Bauman led the Eagles with 30 points, while Cade Ealy finished with 10 points. 

COS improved to for the year. 

COS is at the three-day James Clark Classic Starting Dec. 2 in Sacramento. They open with the host team, Cosumnes River. 

The COS women’s home basketball contest against Mendocino Tuesday was postponed. The Lady Eagles () next play on Dec. 3 at the Napa Valley Storm Surge Tournament against Golden West. 

Monday, Nov. 22, 

COS women's basketball goes at tourney

The College of the Siskiyous women's basketball team went at vacation rentals by owner dewey beach delaware Tournament, which was played in San Bruno and San Jose over the weekend.

COS opened the tournament Friday by defeating Skyline College,  

On Saturday, the Lady Eagles defeated American River,  On Sunday, COS finished tourney play with a  victory over Solano, which wells fargo bank account sign in in the season opener on Nov. 12,

The Lady Eagles are for the season. COS had a Tuesday home game against Mendocino called off

Monday, Nov. 22, 

COS men's hoops goes up in Oregon

The College of the Siskiyous men's basketball team went in three games played at Umpqua Community College in Roseburg, Ore. 

On Friday, Nov. 19, COS opened with an loss to Umpqua. 

Last Saturday, COS bounced back with a win over Rexburg United of Idaho. 

Mount Shasta High School graduate Jett Snure led the Eagles with 15 points. Fellow MSHS grad Kody Bauman finished with 14 points. Braeden Watts had 14 points for COS. 

On Sunday, COS defeated Clarke College of Vancouver, Wash., Bauman led the Eagles with 23 points, while Bryan Tapia chipped in 19 points.  

COS is for the year.

COS plays host to the Simpson College junior varsity team at 7 p.m. Tuesday at the COS campus in Weed. 

Monday, Nov. 22, 

16 COS athletes earn Golden Valley Conference honors

A number of College of the Siskiyous athletes earned Golden Valley Conference honors for fall sports. 

Below are the 16 COS athletes selected. 

Football 

  • Bruce Sterling, OL, first team 
  • Hunter Davis, WR, first team 
  • Ryan Ten Huslcher, DL, first team 
  • Jonathon Bailey, DB, first team 
  • Nigel Belisle, DL, honorable mention 
  • Malik Campbell, DB, honorable mention 

Volleyball 

  • Kayna Woodard, Setter, first team 
  • Linda Avila, Libero, honorable mention 
  • Vivia McKinney, OH, honorable mention 
  • Alaurah Tallman, MB, honorable mention 

Men’s soccer 

  • Luca Mcilvaney, Forward, first team 
  • Marcus Grant, Midfield, second team 

Women’s soccer 

  • Miranda Linker, Defender, first team
  • Shaina Higuera, Midfield, second team 

Men’s cross county 

  • Ty Brown, All-Conference 

Women’s cross country 

  • Olivia Hinton, All-Conference 

Monday, Nov. 15, 

Yreka High cheer squad takes first at competition

The Yreka High School cheer squad placed first in their division at the first annual CIF Northern Section Traditional Competitive Cheer Classic Solano community college gym event was held at Durham High School on Nov. YHS competed in the Novice Tumbling division, head coach Mallory Bryan said.

The Lady Miners cheer squad performed a second performance with music and a minute of sideline cheer.

"I was so beyond proud of their performance," Bryan said.

She said the routine consisted of both their varsity competition team and the junior varsity sideline team. 

"They did so well and worked hard at practice while making any last-minute changes we needed to ensure our routine was ready," she said.

While this was the only competition for the YHS sideline cheerleaders, Bryan said the  YHS competition team has USA Cheer events in December and January, and then Nationals at Disneyland in February. 

"We are very excited to get the competition portion of the high school squad started and cannot wait to see how they do the rest of the year," she said. 

For those interested in watching the routine, check out the Yreka High Cheerleading Facebook page at mynewextsetup.us

Monday, Nov. 15, 

Young wrestlers from Yreka place at Oregon tournament

The Vigen Athletics Siskiyou Wrestling Club of Yreka competed at the Bend High School Youth Wrestling Tournament in Bend, Oregon last Saturday. 

Bronze Withem finished in first in the U10 pound division, Calvin Laffoon-Dustan placed second  in the U8  pound division. Delilah Laffoon-Dustan placed third  in the U10 girls pound division.

Monday, Nov. 15, 

Weed/Mount Shasta swim coach earns coach of the year honors 

Weed and Mount Shasta High School swim head Coach Rich Viturino was recently named Northern Section Outstanding Male Coach of the Year. 

The honor was announced at the NSCIF Masters Swimming Championships at Shasta College in Redding on Oct.

Viturino is in his fourth year coaching at WHS and in his second year coaching at MSHS. He said fellow NSCIF coaches vote for coach of the year.

"I'm very honored," he said.  "There are no words I can really say."

He said it is a small team with only 14 swimmers from MSHS and seven from WHS during the season, which recently ended. 

Unlike other schools in the section, he said his teams are fully funded through fundraisers.

Saturday, Nov. 13, 

Etna Lions lose to Modoc in football playoffs

Several runners from Siskiyou County earned berths to the CIF State Cross Country Championships at the Northern Section Championships Wednesday

The Etna Lions football team ended the season Friday with a first-round Northern Section playoff loss.

At Modoc, the No. 3 seed in the NSCIF Division V playoffs, Etna, the No. 6 seed, lost Etna ended the year   overall, while Modoc improved to overall.

In the first game of the season for both teams on Aug. 27, Etna lost

Friday, Nov. 12, 

Cross country runners headed for state championships in Fresno

Several runners from Siskiyou County earned berths to the CIF State Cross Country Championships at the Northern Section Championships Wednesday at West Valley High School. 

The Yreka Miners boys cross-country team took first overall to earn the Division IV title. As a result, the squad earned an automatic entrance into the state championships, scheduled on Nov. 27 at Woodward Park in Fresno. YHS placed fourth overall. YHS bank of america california Henry Baun was fourth with a time of Junior Victor Lujan was 22nd for YHS. 

Two Siskiyou County runners placed in the top 10 to come away with individual state berths. Senior Drew Hering of Mount Shasta placed fifth overall with a time of In seventh was Ryan Mitchell of Weed with a time of  

In the varsity girls race, six Siskiyou County runners qualified for state. Sophomore Augustine Mylan was 10th with a time of Jenna Justice of Etna placed 13th with a time of Sylvia Carpenter of Mount Shasta was 18th, Elizabeth Yokel was 20th, and Lucia Duarte of Weed was 21st. Carlotta Christie of Yreka placed 30th. 

Wednesday, Nov. 9, 

Weed, Solano community college gym Shasta swim teams conclude season at Masters Championships

The Weed and Mount Shasta high school swim teams recently concluded their fall season. The teams are both coached by Rich Viturino.  

Here are recaps of both teams: 

Weed High School 

This is the fourth year WHS has had a swim team. This season, seven swimmers competed, Viturino said.

Senior team captain Rhian Viturino earned a Northern Athletic League first-place finish in several events. She qualified for the Northern Section Masters Swimming Championships on Oct. 27, taking second in the meter freestyle and meter freestyle events. 

Both the NSCIF Division 2 Championships and Masters events were held at Shasta College in Redding. She finished first in her last race of the season on Oct. 30 at the Masters meet. Viturino was first in her heat in the meter freestyle. She placed sixth overall in the meter freestyle and 10th in the meter freestyle to earn All-NSCIF honors.

Junior Kenna Viturino hit several personal best times and qualified for solano community college gym divisional championships in the meter backstroke. As a duo, the sisters finished sixth in the NAL. They were the only two girls on the team this year. 

For the boys, junior Seth Charter took home two second-place finishes in the NAL league, qualified for the and meter freestyle events in Division 2, and qualified for both races at the Masters Championships. Charter placed seventh in the meter freestyle and 14th in the meter at Masters, to earn All-NSCIF honors.   

Rich Viturino said junior Pat Hill had a few top four places at the NAL championships. He qualified for the breaststroke in the Division 2 championships, just missing Masters by a couple seconds.

Freshman David Rivera, who took first at the meters at the NAL championships, placed sixth in the Division 2 championships, and 15th at Masters.

JB Westfall and Ryan Mitchell also competed this season for WHS. The Weed boys brought home a second-place finish in the NAL, sixth place in the D2 Championships, and a 15th-place finish in Masters.

Mount Shasta High School

In its second season and first full season during the pandemic, the team came out strong and stayed that way all season, with some of the players achieving their personal best times and team improvements, Viturino said.

A total of 14 swimmers from MSHS took part this year.

Viturino said co-captain Elise Dolf qualified for Masters in the 50 meters and meters freestyle. She was seventh in the meter freestyle, and 16th at Masters in the meter freestyle. 

Co-captain Ella De La Torrie qualified for Masters and placed 14th in the meter breaststroke and 15th in the butterfly. She brought home the NAL title in the meter breaststroke. 

Freshmen Jasmine Centeno and Izabel Wright qualified for the Masters in the meter medley and meter freestyle relays, Viturino said. They placed eighth in the freestyle and 13th in the meter medley. They had some assistance from sophomore Kennedy Watkins during the season, he said. Overall, the girls were seventh in the NAL, seventh capital one savings and checking account Division 2, and 13th in Masters. what credit score you need for amazon credit card boys squad had sophomore standout Alex Degraffenreid placing fourth in the meter butterfly and the meter freestyle at the Division 2 championships and was 10th in the fly and 16th in the 50 meters at Masters.   

Freshman Daniel Richards took seventh in the Division 2 championships and 16th at Masters in the Freshman Jadyn Solano community college gym competed at the Division 2 championships in the meter freestyle and meter butterfly. He missed earning a Masters berth by a few seconds. Degraffenreid, Pursell and Richards also swam on the team relay that made it into the Masters meet.

The team had help from sophomores Jacob Chapman, Austin McWilliams and Bryson Obst, Viturino said. The boys team took home fifth in league, seventh in the Division 2 championships, and a 17th-place finish at the Masters.  

Monday, Nov. 7, 

Weed defeats Etna in regular season finale

The College of the Siskiyous football team fell at home to Butte College last Saturday,

COS scored in the sec

The Weed Cougars scored with under a minute remaining in the fourth quarter to defeat the Etna Lions at home last Friday in the regular-season finale.

With seconds left in the fourth quarter, quarterback Kobe Chanthavisouk found  wideout Tommy Pineda for a yard touchdown.

Weed finished the year with three straight wins and ended the season overall and in the Shasta Valley League.

Etna dropped to overall and in the SVL. The Lions earned a berth in the Northern Section Division V playoffs.

Etna, the No. 6 seed, faces No. 3 seed Modoc on the road farmers grain of central illinois a first-round contest at 7 p.m. this Friday.

Siskiyou County football scores from Friday:

  • Modoc 14, Mount Shasta 12
  • Anderson 26, Yreka 7

Monday, Nov. 7, 

COS football loses at home to Butte

The College of the Siskiyous football team fell at home to Butte College last Saturday,

COS scored in the second quarter on a yard touchdown pass from OJ Calleja to Hunter Davis.

Davis finished with 81 receiving yards and ran for 15 yards. Ismael Sloan ran for 33 yards and had 28 yards receiving.

On defense, Ryan Ten Hulscher had a sack, with eight solo and nine total tackles. Daylen Shepperd had eight solo and nine total tackles for COS.

Mason Smith had a yard interception and six tackles, while Maliki Campbell had a yard interception. Elijah Vinzant and Hunter Paulson each had a sack for COS. 

COS fell to for the year, while Butte improved to overall.

Friday, Nov. 5, 

Yreka takes first overall in boys and girls events at cross country championships

The Yreka Miners cross country team had a memorable Thursday, taking first place in the varsity boys and varsity girls events at the Northern Section Cross County Championships at West Valley Solano community college gym School in Cottonwood. 

In the 3-mile varsity boys' race, Henry Baun of Yreka was first with a time of University Prep of Redding, which placed second overall, had runners finish in second, third, and fourth place. Yreka runner Saku Sekiguchi placed fifth, followed by teammates Gabe Gregg in sixth, Victor Lujan in seventh, and London Tharsing in eighth place.  

Yreka edged U-Prep by a single point to take first overall in the 3-mile varsity girls event.

Mattie Whipple of Yreka placed second with a time offollowed by teammate Augustine Mylan, who was third. Carlotta Christie was sixth for YHS, followed by teammates Rebecca Collins in seventh and Ava Shackleford in eighth place. 

The Northern Section Cross Country Championships are set for Wednesday, at West Valley High School. 

Friday, Nov. 5, 

Etna Lions cross country girls win league title

On Wednesday, the Etna Lady Lions girls cross country team came in first at the Shasta Cascade League Championships at West Valley High School in Cottonwood. 

In the 3-mile girls' varsity event, Jenna Justice of Etna took the top spot with a time of Elizabeth Yokel of Etna was third, and Sylva Carpenter of Mount Shasta placed fourth. Helen Case of Etna came in fifth, and Ellery DeArton of Mount Shasta, sixth. Dylan Hanna of Etna placed eighth, and Lucia Duarte of Weed was 10th.  

In the 3-mile varsity boys' race, Ryan Mitchell of Weed took first place with a time of He was followed closely by Drew Hering of Mount Shasta, who finished second with a time of   

John Westfall of Weed was eighth, and Andrew Hoskins of Mount Shasta was 10th.

Friday, Nov. 5, 

Weed Cougars place second in soccer playoffs

The Weed Cougars soccer team concluded the season on Saturday, at the Northern Section Fall Soccer playoffs championship game.

The Cougars, the No. 3 seed, lost to top seed, Tulelake, Weed finished the season overall, while Tulelake ended the year at

Weed opened the playoffs with a victory over Paradise Adventist Academy on Oct.  The Cougars defeated Quincy in a semifinal match on Oct.

Thursday, Nov. 4, 

Season ends at semifinals for three Siskiyou County volleyball teams

The season has ended for three Siskiyou County volleyball teams in the semifinals of the Northern Section playoffs. 

Yreka High School 

The No. 6 seed, the Yreka Lady Miners, fell against No. 2 seed, West Valley, Wednesday night in a NSCIF Division III semifinal contest. The score was , ,  

YHS ended the year overall. West Valley moves to the championship game this Saturday in Red Bluff, where they will take on top seed Orland. 

Etna and Weed high schools 

The Etna Lady Lions lost in a five-set battle to Redding Christian in the NSCIF Division Farmers state bank cedar rapids playoffs on Wednesday.

Etna, the No 3, seed came out and won the first two sets,The No.2 seed, Redding Christian, won the next three sets,  

Etna ended the year overall. Redding Christian moves to the championship game Saturday in Red Bluff, where they will face top seed Fall River.

Fall River defeated Siskiyou County squad, Weed, in three sets at home Tuesday night, ,Weed ended the year overall. 

Wednesday, Nov. 3, 

2 COS runners stand out at cross country championship in Eureka

The College of the Siskiyou's Cross Country team earned two All Golden Valley Conference honors at the GVC Cross Country Championships on Friday, Oct. 29 at College of the Redwoods in Eureka. 

Freshman Olivia Hinton of Montague, a Golden Eagle Charter School graduate, placed sixth overall in the women’s race with a time of  

With only the top seven placing, COS freshman Ty Brown set a personal record time of to take seventh in the men’s race.

COS head coach Steve Pyles said Hinton and Brown were the only two COS runners that took part in the meet. 

He said both runners had been dedicated to getting better each day at practice and at meets this season. Pyles said the goal at the start of the year was for both of them to place at the GVC Championships. They both have steadily improved against tough competition in several meets against runners from four-year schools, Pyles said.

“All the hard work has paid off for them,” he said.

Both Hinton and Brown qualified for the NorCal Regional Championships at Sierra College in Rocklin, which is scheduled on Friday. 

Saturday, Oct. 30, 

Mount Shasta Bears earn first football win this season

The Mount Shasta Bears football team earned its first win of the season Friday night at Hamilton.

Mount Shasta won the contest to improve to for the year. Hamilton fell to overall.

The Bears conclude the regular season this Friday at home against Modoc.

Siskiyou County football scores from last Friday:

  • Weed 42, Portola 0
  • Orland Yreka 7
  • Fall River 52, Etna 20
  • Princeton 40, Dunsmuir 0

Saturday, Oct. 30, 

Siskiyou County runners have strong showing at Trinity Invitational 

A number of runners from Siskiyou County performed well at the Trinity Invitational on Friday in Weaverville.

In the varsity 3-mile boys race, Siskiyou County runners took the top two spots. Drew Hering of Mount Shasta was first with a time of followed closely in second by Ryan Mitchell of Weed High School with a time of

Henry Baun of Yreka was fifth. Saku Sekiguchi of Yreka was eighth and Gabe Gregg of YHS was 10th. The Yreka boys placed first overall.

In the varsity girls race, Jenna Justice of Etna was second with a time ofwith Augustine Mylan of Yreka third with a time of and teammate Mattie Whipple fourth with a time of  Elizabeth Yokel of Etna was seventh and Luc&#;a Duarte of Weed ninth. The Yreka girls placed second overall.

Saturday, Oct. 30, 

Two Yreka High School golfers compete at Northern Section Finals 

Alexes Collier and Dann&#; Fogle of the Yreka Miners girls golf team competed at Northern Section Finals on Thursday in Oroville.

YHS head coach Tim Shaw said while they did not qualify for the North State Championships, Collier was only five strokes from qualifying.   

The pair earned Northern Athletic League all-league honors at the NAL Championships on Tuesday, Oct. Collier placed fourth overall, and Fogle came in fifth at the event held at Grape Ranch Golf Club in Palo Cedro.

Thursday, Oct. 28, 

Lady Lions open volleyball playoffs with 3-set win over Burney

Alexes Collier and Dann&#; Fogle of the Yreka Miners girls golf team earned Northern Athletic League all-league honors at the NAL Championships on Tuesday.

The Etna Lady Lions volleyball team opened the Northern Section Division 6 playoffs with a three-set win over the Burney Lady Raiders at home Wednesday night. 

The Lions, the No. 3 seed, downed the Raiders, Etna improved to overall, while Burney ended the season at

EHS moves on to the semifinals and is scheduled to face No. 2 seed, Redding Christian, on the road next Tuesday at 7 p.m.

Redding Christian ), defeated No. 7 seed Loyalton in three sets on Tuesday ,

Wednesday, Oct. 27, 

Mount Shasta and Weed win first round volleyball playoff matches

The Mount Shasta Lady Bears and Weed Lady Cougars volleyball teams opened up the Northern Section playoffs with wins Tuesday night. 

In Mount Shasta, the Lady Bears, the No. 8 seed in Division 5, defeated No. 9 seed Portola. MSHS won in three sets,  

The Lady Bears improved to overall, while Portola ended the year overall.

On Thursday, Mount Shasta faced  top seed East Nicolaus () in a second-round match. MSHS lost in three sets,  East Nicolaus had a first-round bye.

Weed, the No. 5 seed, downed fellow Siskiyou County squad and No. 4 seed Tulelake on the road Tuesday in a Division 6 match. Weed won in three sets, The Lady Cougars improved to overall, while Tulelake ended overall. Weed is scheduled to face top seed Fall River on Tuesday, Nov. 2. Fall River had a first-round bye.

In Division 7, Happy Camp, the No. 7 seed, lost Tuesday to No. 2 seed Maxwell in four sets. Happy Camp ended the season overall.

Monday, Oct. 25, 

COS football falls at home to Shasta College

The College of the Siskiyou Eagles football team fell at home in Weed to the Shasta Knights, on Saturday, Oct.

COS scored in the fourth quarter on an eight-yard pass from Hunter Davis to Stevie Payne. Davis finished 7-for-9 passing for 96 yards. Mount Shasta High School graduate Gaspar Rodriguez finished with 34 yards rushing. Max McDaniel had 35 receiving yards and 15 yards rushing.

Jude Ashpole led COS on defense with 12 solo tackles, while Hunter Paulson had eight solo tackles. Johnathon Bailey had five solo tackles and an interception for the Eagles.

Nigel Belisle had sacks and four total tackles. Ryan Ten Hulscher finished with sacks and three total tackles. 

COS dropped to overall and in the National-NORCAL conference, while Shasta improved to overall and in conference play.

Saturday, Oct. 23, 

Weed Cougars down Biggs

The Weed Cougars upset Biggs on the road on Friday, Oct.

Quarterback Kobe Chanthavisouk threw for yards and a touchdown.

DJ Horton caught the touchdown passed and finished with 33 yards receiving. He also had a touchdown on defense on a fumble return and had 2-points on a 2-point conversion.

Julio Garcia scored on a fumble return for Weed and had two fumble returns. He led Weed High School with 16 tackles.

Tommy Pineda had 83 receiving yards for the Cougars. Steel Person had three sacks for the Cougars.

Siskiyou County high school football scores

Below are scores from Siskiyou County high school football games from Friday. 

  • Weed 32, Biggs 12
  • Maxwell 33, Etna 12 (Homecoming game for Etna)
  • University Prep 57, Yreka 7
  • Trinity 42, Mount Shasta 14
  • Hayfork 46, Dunsmuir 36
  • Tulelake 27, Chester 13
  • Princeton 36, Butte Valley 26

Friday, Oct. 22, 

6 Siskiyou schools earn volleyball playoff berths

A total of six Siskiyou County teams earned berths in the Northern Section volleyball playoffs, it was announced on Friday. 

Etna High School came away with the No. 3 seed in Division 6. They will host No. 6 seed Burney at home on Wednesday, Oct. 27 at 6 p.m. Etna is overall, while Burney is overall. 

Also, in D6, Tulelake () earned the No. 4 seed and will host fellow Siskiyou County squad, Weed (), the No. 5 seed.  

Yreka came away with the No. 6 seed in Division 3. They will be at No. 3 Sutter on Tuesday, Oct. 26, for a 7 p.m. contest. Yreka is for the year, while Sutter is overall. 

In Division 5, Mount Shasta () earned the No. 8 seed and will host No. 9 seed Portola () at 7 p.m. Tuesday at MSHS. 

In Division 7, Happy Camp () earned the No. 7 seed. They will face No. 2 seed Maxwell () on the road Tuesday at 7 p.m. 

Thursday, Oct. 21, 

Two Yreka High School golfers come away with all-league honors

Alexes Collier and Dann&#; Fogle of the Yreka Miners girls golf team earned Northern Athletic League all-league honors first tennessee customer service the NAL Championships on Tuesday.

Collier placed fourth overall, and Fogle came in fifth at the event held at Grape Ranch Golf Club in Palo Cedro. They both earned a berth in the Northern Section Finals on Monday, in Oroville.

Tuesday, Oct. 19, 

Yreka High School tennis players earn all-league honors

At the Northern Athletic League Girls Tennis Championships in Redding on Saturday, Gabi Gliatto and Andrea Rodriquez of Routing number rockland trust ma High School placed fourth in doubles to earn all-league honors.

Gilatto placed third overall in singles to earn all-league honors in singles. In addition, she earned a berth in the Northern Sections Championships in singles play and in doubles with Rodriquez.

Tuesday, Oct. 19, 

Etna and Yreka compete at Mountain Madness Run

The Etna High School and Yreka High School cross country teams competed at the Mountain Madness Run on Monday, Oct at EHS. Trinity High School also took part in the meet.

In the varsity boys race, Victor Lujan of Yreka finished first with a time of Kyle Cox of Trinity was second, and Saku Sekiguchi of Yreka was third. Chase Callison of Yreka was fourth, with Benjamin Trujillo of Yreka placing fifth.

In the varsity girls race, Jenna Justice of Etna was first with a time of  Mattie Whipple of Yreka was second and Elizabeth Yokel of Etna third. Helen Case of Etna was fourth, and Carlotta Christie of Yreka was fifth.

Monday, Oct. 18, 

Dunsmuir football falls on homecoming night

The Dunsmuir Tigers eight-man football team lost in a battle to the Big Valley Cardinals on homecoming night at home on Friday.

DHS fell to overall, while Big Valley Improved to

"I felt that my team played hard for 48 minutes against Big Valley," Dunsmuir Head Coach Jacob Mekeel said. "It was a back and forth battle all night, and unfortunately, we came out on the wrong side of things." 

Before the game, the homecoming queen and king were announced. This year, Noah Snell was named homecoming king and Moriah Cornett was named Homecoming Queen. Snell, the Tigers starting quarterback, rushed for plus yards and had two touchdowns.

Jayden Christiansen, a freshman, had a great night on the offensive line for Dunsmuir, Mekeel said, and drived blocked opponents on almost every play.

"We had multiple players play every single snap of the game, which shows the toughness we possess as we move forward in the season." Coach Mekeel added.

This is one of the best seasons so far in several years for the Tigers, who before the year began, had not won a contest since

"We are still in the hunt to make playoffs, which is something the Dunsmuir Tigers have not had the opportunity to do in a long time," Meekeel said. "so that has the team excited to keep working toward achieving their goals."

This Friday, Dunsmuir is at Hayfork. 

Saturday Oct. 16, 

Yreka High football falls to Lassen on homecoming night

The Yreka Miners varsity football team lost on homecoming night Friday to the Lassen Grizzlies,

Lassen led at the half. YHS fell to for the year and in Northern Athletic League play. Lassen won for the first time this season and improved to overall and  in the NAL. 

On Friday, Oct. 22, YHS is at University Prep in Redding.

Other results:

  • Big Valley 52, Dunsmuir 48 (Homecoming game for Dunsmuir)
  • Fall River 54, Weed 6 (Homecoming game for Weed)
  • Redding Christian 49, Tulelake 25

Saturday Oct. 16, 

Yreka High cross country takes 1st overall in varsity boys and girls at CV meet

The Yreka Miners cross-country team took first place overall in the varsity boys and girls races at a Northern Athletic League meet versus U-Prep and Central Valley hosted by CV on Wednesday.

In the varsity boys race, Victor Lujan of YHS came in first with a time of  Yreka had runners in the fourth- to 10th-place slots.

In the varsity girls race, Mattie Whipple was second with a time offollowed by teammate Augustine Mylan in third.

Wednesday Oct. 13, 

Yreka High volleyball downs Lassen at home in four sets

The Yreka Lady Miners defeated rival Lassen at home in four sets Tuesday night, by scores of ,  

YHS improved to overall and in the Northern Athletic League. Lassen fell to overall and in the NAL. 

Lady Miners head coach Jessany Petricevic said a key to the win was the strong way they competed defensively.  

“We played a very smart game and began to connect better on the court than we have in past games this season,” Petricevic said.

She said that Olivia Lucido had a strong serving game coming out in the first set with a 6-point run. In addition, Kendall Christensen played well at the net with her blocking alongside Emma Hanna, Petricevic said. 

Monday Oct. 11, 

Siskiyou County cross country runners have strong showings at two meets

Ryan Mitchell and Kylene Mitchell of the Weed High School cross country team ran on Saturday in Fresno at the Asics Clovis Invitational.

The meet is run on the same course as the State Championships and draws top teams from throughout the state. Mitchell set a personal record mark and came in 12th overall in the Men's 5k Varsity Small Division race. 

He ran a new PR for the 5k, finishing with a time of  Head coach Eva Garcia-Mitchell said that it appears that this was a new Weed High School record for the 5k. Greer Gatlin held the previous record. He set it at the same course in with a time of at the State Championships. Gatlin is currently the head cross country and track and field coach at Southern Oregon University in Ashland.

Kylene Mitchell ran in the Women's 5k Frosh/Soph All Division race. She ran a new PR for the 5k with a time of

At the West Valley Coed Invitational cross country meet in Cottonwood, Calif., on Friday, Oct. 8, senior Drew Hering of Mount Shasta came in first in the varsity men's race with a time of

Yreka placed in second overall. The top finisher for the Miners was Victor Lujan, with a time of He was followed closely in ninth by teammate Saku Sekiguchi, who had a time of

Augustine Mylan of Yreka was third in the varsity women's race with a time of Jenna Justice of Etna was fifth, while Elizabeth Yokel of Etna was seventh, Mattie Whipple of Yreka was eighth, and Sylva Carpenter of Mount Shasta placed ninth.

Monday Oct. 11, 

COS volleyball opens conference play with three set home loss to Shasta College

The College of the Siskiyou's volleyball team fell in three sets, in the Golden Valley Conference opener Friday at home to Shasta College.

COS dropped to for the year, while Shasta improved to

Linda Avila amazon fresh cost 14 digs for COS, while Alaurah Tallman and Danielle Gil had three kills apiece for the Lady Eagles.

Saturday, Oct. 9, 

Etna falls at the last-minute to Los Molinos

The Etna Lions lost in a battle to Los Molinos at home Friday afternoon.

The Lions were up late in the fourth quarter when Los Molinos scored with about a minute remaining in the fourth quarter for the win.

"We coaches think the team played very well," Lions head coach Daryl McBride said. "Los Molinos is a very well coached and solid team. Our team battled and showed us and the community they can compete with the best of them."

Coach McBride said that Payton Rodriguez stood out on both sides. He secured a sack, a forced fumble, a fumble return and scored a touchdown. Rodriguez also punted the ball eight times for , pinning Los Molinos back multiple times.

Shawn Graves had an interception and returned it for a touchdown. 

Etna fell to overall, while Los Molinos improved to

The contest was moved from 7 p.m. to 4 p.m. due to a lack of referees. 

Other results:

  • Williams 16, Mount Shasta 0 (Homecoming game for Mount Shasta)
  • Central Valley 42, Yreka 12
  • Maxwell 34, Weed 28 (Game played on Thursday)

Friday, Oct. 8, 

Yreka girls tennis defeats Central Valley in final match of day

Tied heading into their final match of the day against Central Valley, the Yreka High School girls tennis team pulled off a home victory on Thursday. 

The final match was in No. 2 doubles, with Cici Henry and Anna Shelton earning an win.

Head coach Carrie Henry said the win put them in a tie for second place in the Northern Athletic League.  

Winners for YHS included Gabi Gliatto, who earned awin in the No. 1 singles spot; Cici Henry came away with awin in the  No. 3 singles spot. On Tuesday, Oct. 5, YHS swept West Valley  

Friday, Oct. 8, 

Yreka volleyball drops road game
to West Valley

The Yreka Lady Miners varsity volleyball team fell in three sets on the road to the West Valley Lady Eagles Thursday,

Yreka fell to overall and in the Northern Athletic League.

YHS head coach Jessany Petricevic said that Julia DeLeon and Sammi Freitas had a great offensive night, while Kylie Daws did well with her setting skills. 

Also on Thursday, the Mount Shasta Lady Bears lost to Fall River on the road in a five-set battle in Shasta Cascade League action.

The Lady Bears fell to overall and in the league. 

On Thursday, the Weed Lady Cougars lost to Trinity on the road in three sets, WHS is now overall and in the SCL.

Wednesday, Oct. 6, 

Yreka volleyball falls to NAL leader
U-Prep in four sets

At home Tuesday, the Yreka Lady Miners played tough against the U-Prep Lady Panthers from Redding, winning a set before falling in four. 

U-Prep is undefeated in Northern Athletic League play at and is a sterling overall. YHS fell to in the NAL and overall. 

Yreka won the first set before dropping the following three sets, It was the first set the Lady Panthers had lost in NAL play this season. The YHS junior varsity team also played against U-Prep, falling in three sets. 

Also, on Tuesday, the Etna Lady Lions fell at Fall River in three sets, EHS fell to overall and in the Shasta Cascade League.

Tuesday, Oct. 5, 

Why the Dunsmuir homecoming football game has a new opponent

The Dunsmuir Tigers homecoming football game scheduled for this Friday against the Butte Valley Bulldogs has been called off. 

Dunsmuir head football coach Jacob Mekeel on Tuesday said the Butte Valley football squad needed to quarantine due to COVID 

 Tuesday morning, he said the crowning of the homecoming king and queen would happen before the Friday, Oct. 15 home game against Big Valley.

Things changed later in the afternoon. Mekeel said they were able to arrange at the last-minute to have Tulelake fill in for Butte Valley.

The homecoming ceremony is at 7 p.m., with the game having a p.m. start time. The homecoming parade is slated for  p.m. on Friday, and the homecoming powder puff football game will be at the Tigers football field at 5 p.m. on Friday. 

“It’s definitely disappointing for the players, but it's just part of the crazy times we are living in,” Mekeel said about the Butte Valley game being called off. 

The Tigers are having one of their best starts in years. Dunsmuir is for the season after downing Herlong on the road on Saturday. 

Monday, Oct. 4, 

Siskiyou County runners stand out at Bill Springhorn Classic

 The Weed Cougars could not maintain a point halftime lead against Quincy on the road Friday

Cross country runners from Weed, Etna, Yreka, and Mount Shasta high schools competed at the 14th annual Bill Springhorn Classic at Shasta College in Redding last Friday.

In the varsity boys race, senior Ryan Mitchell of Weed High School had a strong performance, finishing fourth out of 90 runners, with a time of Victor Associated bank hours rockford il of Yreka was 24th.

In the varsity girls' race, junior Jenna Justice of Etna came in ninth out of 69 runners, with a time of

Augustine Mylan of Yreka was 11th with a time of Elisabeth Yokel of Etna finished 14th, and Luc&#;a Duarte of Weed came in 18th. Mattie Whipple of Yreka finished in 20th place.

In the junior varsity girls' race, Ellery DeArton of Mount Shasta was first with a time of Carlotta Christie of Yreka was third with a time of Helen Case and Dylan Hanna of Etna placed seventh and eighth, respectfully. In the junior varsity boys' race, Benjamin Trujillo of Yreka was seventh.

Saturday, Oct. 2, 

Cougars unable to maintain halftime lead, fall to Quincy by three

 The Weed Cougars could not maintain a point halftime lead against Quincy on the road Friday night, solano community college gym the Trojans came back to win by three. 

WHS was up at the half but fell to drop to  overall and in Cascade Valley League play. Quincy improved to overall and in the CVL. 

Siskiyou County football scores 

Etna varsity game against Biggs called off due to COVID. 

  • Modoc 23, Yreka 0
  • Central Valley 21, Mount Shasta 6
  • Burney 36, Tulelake 20

Friday, Oct. 1, 

Yreka volleyball wins in four sets at Anderson

In Northern Athletic League action, the Yreka Lady Miners volleyball team took down the Anderson Lady Cubs on the road Thursday.

YHS won in four sets,Yreka improved to overall and in the NAL. Anderson fell to overall and in the NAL.

Next week will be a challenging one for the Lady Miners as they will face the top two teams in the NAL.

On Tuesday, they host U-Prep for a 6 p.m. contest. U-Prep is overall and undefeated in NAL play. On Thursday, YHS is at West Valley, which is overall. The squad's lone NAL loss was to U-Prep on Thursday.

Thursday, Sept. 30, 

Yreka cross country takes first overall in varsity races at home meet

The Yreka High School cross country team had a strong showing at home Wednesday, taking the top spot overall in the varsity girls and boys races. 

YHS hosted a Northern Athletic League meet. Lassen, University Preparatory, and West Valley took part. 

In the varsity girl's event, the Lady Miners took the top spot, with sophomore Augustine Mylan in first with a time of Fellow YHS runner, sophomore Mattie Whipple was second with a time of  They placed first overall.

In the varsity boys race, Isaiah Feaver of U-Prep came out on top with a time of He was followed closely by YHS sophomore Henry Baun, who finished with a time of Noah Gaido of U-Prep was third, followed by YHS runners Victor Lujan and Saku Sekiguchi. YHS came in first overall, while U-Prep placed second.

Wednesday, Sept. 29, 

Yreka volleyball wins NAL home game against Central Valley

The Yreka Lady Miners volleyball team came away with a Northern Athletic League

victory against the Central Valley Lady Falcons on Tuesday. 

YHS won in four sets,The Lady Miners improved to overall and in the NAL. On Thursday, Yreka will face Anderson on the road in NAL play. 

YHS head coach Jessany Munoz-Petricevic said that her squad “is improving weekly.” 

She said that during Tuesday’s game against CV hear team could have played stronger offensively.  

“We are still making adjustments and learning each other's playing styles, so as the team builds trust on the court, we continue to work hard during practice to focus individually and as a team,” Munoz-Petricevic  said. “We are so grateful to have a season this year, so each small improvement is necessary each week with a new team.”

Wednesday, Sept. 29, 

Etna VB loses in 5 sets at home to Trinity

The Etna Lady Lions volleyball team fell at home in a five-set battle to the Trinity Wolves on Tuesday night. 

Etna lost ,to drop to overall and in the Shasta Cascade Conference. 

The Etna High Associated Student Body organized a Gold Out at the game in honor of childhood cancer awareness. 

Monday, Sept. 27, 

Yreka football wins for the first time this year vs. Trinity

The Yreka Miners varsity football team downed the Trinity Wolves on the road Friday night. 

It was the first win of the year for YHS, which improved to for the year. Trinity fell to  

In the junior varsity contest, Yreka also won for the first time this year. 

This week, Yreka faces Modoc at home Friday night. 

Siskiyou County Football Scores 

Etna 8, Portola 6 

Los Molinos 49, Weed 12 

Anderson 42, Mount Shasta 6 

Big Valley 38, Butte Solano community college gym 6 

Bonanza 28, Tulelake 25 

Dunsmuir had a bye 

Sept. 23, 

Siskiyou County cross country runners compete in Oregon race

On Wednesday, Siskiyou County cross country runners crossed the border to compete in an elite event at the State of Jefferson XC meet at Oak Knoll Golf Course in Ashland, Ore. 

Senior Ryan Mitchell of Weed placed fifth in the varsity boys race with a td bank locations midtown nyc of  

The Yreka High varsity boys placed third overall. YHS junior Victor Lujan placed 14th, while teammates Gabe Gregg and Henry Baun placed 16th and 17th. 

In the varsity girls race, YHS sophomores Augustine Mylan and Mattie Whipple placed 7th and 8th overall. Luc&#;a Duarte of Weed was 15th.

Complete results can be found here. 

Sept. 22, 

Yreka VB falls to West Valley in 4 sets

The Yreka Lady Miners varsity volleyball team fell to the West Valley Lady Eagles in the Northern Athletic League opener Tuesday night in Yreka.

YHS lost in four sets, to fall to for the year. WV improved to for the year. The Lady Miner's junior varsity team lost to West Valley in two sets.

This Thursday, Yreka will be at Lassen.

Tuesday night, the Etna Lady Lions volleyball team downed Weed in three sets, EHS lost at home Saturday in five sets to Modoc.

This Thursday, Etna is at Mount Shasta, while Weed is at home versus Fall River.

Sept. 20, 

Runners from Weed, Mount Shasta take top 2 spots at cross country meet

Against cross country runners from schools throughout the region, two Siskiyou County runners took the top two spots in the varsity boy’s division at the Black Butte Invitational at Lely Park in Orland on Friday.  

Senior Ryan Mitchell of Weed High School came in first with a time of He was followed in second place by Mount Shasta High senior runner Drew Hering, who finished with a time of  

This was Mitchell’s second racer of the season and Hering’s first. Mitchell came in first place on Sept. 4 at the Lagoon Valley Classic in Vacaville, Calif. 

In the varsity girls race, junior Elizabeth Yokel of Etna High School placed fifth with a time of   

In the freshman/sophomore girls race, Ellery DeArton of Mount Shasta High School was sixth with a time of  

Sept. 20, 

COS football falls at Chabot

The College of the Siskiyous football team fell on the road to Chabot College Saturday afternoon.

The Eagles were down in the fourth, but put 13 points on the scoreboard in the final quarter. COS fell to for the year, while Chabot improved to  

Jake Bruce had 85 receiving yards for the Eagles, while Chase Scrivener finished with 75 yards, including catching a 32 yard touchdown pass. OJ Calleja threw for yards with a TD and an interception. Hunter Davis threw for 81 yards with an INT.  Ismael Sloan rushed for 32 yards and a touchdown. 

On defense, Ryan Ten Hulscher had a sack and five tackles, while Elijah Vinzant led the team with six tackles. Johnathon Bailey had an interception and four tackles for the Eagles. 

COS will host Sacramento City College this Saturday at 1 p.m. in Weed. 

Sept. 20, 

YHS runners Sekiguchi, Mylan take first at Yreka cross country Showdown 

At Greenhorn Park, the Yreka High Cross Country team hosted the Yreka XC Showdown on Friday. 

In the varsity boys race, YHS freshman Saku Sekiguchi came in first with a time of  

In the varsity girls event, YHS sophomore Augustine Mylan took the top spot with a time of She was followed closely by teammate Mattie Whipple who finished with a mark of  

The event also featured elementary and middle school races. Results can be found at mynewextsetup.us 

YHS XC opened the season on Wednesday, Sept. 15 at the NAL Pre-League Center meet at West Valley High School in Cottonwood. In the varsity boy’s race, Junior Victor Lujan placed third with a time of Sekiguchi was fourth with a time of  

In the varsity girls race, Whipple placed third with a time of Mylan was fourth with a time of  

Sept. 20, 

Yreka High football falls to Cascade Christian

The Yreka Miners varsity football team lost to Cascade Christian of Medford, Ore., Friday night. 

The game was moved to Mount Shasta High School at the last minute due to unhealthy smoke levels from area fires. YHS fell to for the year. 

Thursday, the Miners junior varsity team lost to Cascade Christian at home  

Siskiyou County high school football results 

Thursday 

Etna 20, Mount Shasta 0 

Friday 

Dunsmuir 62, Westwood 6 

Tulelake 32, Chester 8 

Big Valley 39, Butte Valley 6 

Saturday 

Bradshaw Christian 56, Weed 0 

Sept. 20, 

Former COS and Yreka RB leads Dixie State in rushing vs. UC Davis

Former Yreka High School and College of the Siskiyous standout running back Drew Kannely-Robles led Dixie State with 61 rushing yards in a loss at UC Davis Saturday night. 

He is a redshirt senior with the Bison, which recently moved up in the spring football season from NCAA Division 2 to NCAA Division I Football Bowl Subdivision. Kannely-Robles also had six receiving yards. Dixie State fell towhile UC Davis improved to overall.

The Aggies are coached by Dan Hawkins, who used to play and coach at COS. 

Sept. 17,

Yreka volleyball downs Etna at home in four sets

The Yreka Lady Miners varsity volleyball team downed Etna in four sets at home Thursday night. 

YHS turn gift cards into cash

Yreka head coach Jessany Munoz-Petricevic said standouts included Julia DeLeon, who played well offensively with her hitting. Kendall Christensen provided some outstanding blocking, Munoz-Petricevic said.

YHS improved to overall, while Etna fell to overall. 

In the junior varsity game, YHS won

Sept. 16,

Mount Shasta, Etna football game is tonight. (Yes, Thursday!)

Friday's Mount Shasta versus Etna varsity football game has been moved to tonight, Thursday, in Mount Shasta.

This was due to a lack of referees available on Friday. The varsity contest is set for p.m. at Mount Shasta High School. The junior varsity game begins at

Mount Shasta is for the year, and Etna is

Last week EHS downed Trinity

Mount Shasta had their game called off last week versus Weed due to COVID related issues at both schools. 

Sept. 15,

Etna Lady Lions open SCL play with win vs. Fall River

The Etna Lady Lions varsity volleyball team opened Shasta Cascade League play Tuesday night at home with a hard-fought five-set win over Fall River.

EHS won,

The Lady Lions improved to for the year. 

EHS will face Yreka at the Big Gym at YHS on Thursday.

Yreka volleyball wins in Oregon at Phoenix High

The Yreka Lady Miners varsity volleyball team downed the Phoenix Lady Pirates in three sets on the road in Oregon Tuesday night.

YHS won, to improve to for the year.

The Lady Miners JV squad was also victorious.

Yreka will host Etna at home Thursday at the Big Gym. The junior varsity game is at p.m., and varsity begins at p.m

Sept. 13,

Yreka Lady Miners VB return from COVID quarantine with mark at tourney

The Yreka Lady Miners varsity volleyball went when the team returned to the court on Saturday, at a tournament in Arcata after 10 days off from practicing due to COVID exposures. 

YHS won in two sets against Etna and downed Fort Bragg in a thrilling three sets. The Lady Miners won in two sets against Eureka and Fortuna.

Yreka's loss came against league competitors West Valley in two sets. 

"The girls have had to quarantine for the past 10 days, so to be able to come in and go straight into a tournament was a great way for them to reconnect and not skip a beat on their way to a strong season," said head coach Jessany Petricevic.

Tournament standouts were Sammi Freitas, who was unstoppable in the front row as an outside hitter, Petricevic said.

Exchange student Emma Marino did well with her setting skills, said Petricevic. Kylie Daws played an exceptional weekend with both setting, hitting and serving along with strong defense by Natalie Grafton.

Scores:

Yreka vs Etna

Set 1:  (Y)

Set 2:  (Y)

Yreka vs Fort Bragg

Set 1:  (FB)

Set 2:  (Y)

Set 3:  (Y)

Yreka vs Eureka

Set 1:  (Y)

Set 2:  (Y)

Yreka vs Fortuna

Set 1:  (Y)

Set 2:  (Y)

Yreka vs West Valley

Set 1:  (WV)

Set 2:  (WV)

Sept. 13,

COS Eagles fall on the road to Reedley

The College of the Siskiyous football squad fell on the road at Reedley Saturday.

Hunter Davis rumbled for a yard touchdown in the third quarter for the Eagles. He finished with 76 yards.

Isaiah Fulmore had two sacks and five tackles for COS, while Jude Ashpole finished with five tackles and a sack. Elijah Vinzant had three tackles and a sack for the Eagles.

COS fell to for the year. The Eagles are at Chabot College on Saturday, Sept.

Sept. 13,

Weed XC runner Ryan Mitchell wins first meet of the year

Weed High School senior runner Ryan Mitchell won the Lagoon Valley Classic Small Schools Varsity Boys 3 mile race with a new personal best time of

The race took place on Saturday in Vacaville.

Weed Cross Country had two meets originally scheduled for last week which were moved to October due to poor air quality in the North State.

Mitchell finished the race 44 seconds ahead of the second place finisher.  

Sept. 13,

Yreka Miners FB falls to Henley

The Yreka Miners varsity football team fell to the Henley Hornets in Medford, Ore., Friday night.

The game was supposed to be played in Klamath Falls, Ore., but was moved due to poor air quality.

YHS fell to for the year. The YHS JV team lost to Henley This week, YHS hosts Cascade Christian on Friday, Sept. 

Other Siskiyou County football scores

  • Etna 30, Trinity 12
  • Dunsmuir 28, Hayfork 14
  • Redding Christian 50, Tulelake 6
  • Princeton 46, Butte Valley 0

Sept. 9,

Bears/Cougars football canceled Friday

The rivalry football game between the Mount Shasta Bears and Weed Cougars has been called off due to COVID related issues at both schools. The "Black Butte Bowl" was scheduled to be played at Mount Shasta.

Other games in Siskiyou County are still up in the air due to air quality and COVID Here's what we know:

  • In Yreka, the junior varsity game versus Henley scheduled for Thursday was called off due to poor air quality in Henley, Ore. 
  • The Friday varsity game in Henley is still on as of Thursday afternoon but that could change. The teams will also try to hold the JV game on Friday. 
  • The YHS home volleyball game versus Mount Shasta was called off due to the COVID issues at Mount Shasta. 
  • Etna High School is still scheduled to face the Trinity Wolves at home, but air quality from nearby fires could changes things. It has been moved to Saturday with a 5 p.m. start time The game has now been moved to Weed High School. The JV game is at 5 p.m. and varsity begins at 7 p.m.
  • Dunsmuir High School is still set to face Hayfork at home Friday but the schools are taking a wait-and-see approach. The game is set for 6 p.m.

Sept. 7,

COS VB falls at home

The College of the Siskiyous volleyball team hosted Southwestern Oregon Community College in Weed on Monday.

COS lost in three sets ,to fall to for the year.

On Wednesday, Sept. 1, the Lady Eagles won in three sets at Alameda, On Friday, Sept. 3, COS lost two games at the De Anza Classic, The Lady Eagles lost in four sets to both De Anza and to Cosumnes River

This Wednesday, COS is at Umpqua Community College in Oregon.

Bears and Lions game rescheduled for Sept. 17

Sept. 3,

Tonight's Bears vs. Lions games rescheduled for Sept. 17

The Mount Shasta vs. Etna football games scheduled for tonight in Mount Shasta have been rescheduled for the evening of Sept.

The move was made "Due to a number of circumstances beyond our control," according to a mass text message sent out by MSHS principal Sati Shah Friday morning.

This would have been the second game for the Etna Lions and the second for the Bears, who lost in Colusa last week.

The varsity and JV Lions played in Alturas last week and lost to the Modoc Braves.

Aug. 30,

Yreka JV VB wins home tourney

The Yreka Lady Miners junior varsity volleyball team came away with the top spot in their home tournament over the weekend. YHS downed Lassen in the title game Saturday at the Miner Mountain Blast Tournament. 

I’m very proud of the girl's effort,” interim JV head coach Scott Eastman said. “We came into the tournament with only three goals. Serve tough, early communication, get behind the ball on serve, receive passing, and be the most energetic team on the court each match. Girls bought in % and things worked out well for us."

Eastman called the team a "good coachable group of girls who all get along.” 

Lady Miner Isa O’brion was named JV tourney MVP, while Stella Eastman was named to the All-Tourney team. Isa led YHS in service aces and assists.  

“Her serve put pressure on the other teams throughout the tournament and was one of the primary keys to the team’s overall results,” Eastman said.  

Stella Eastman led the Lady Miners in kills, digs and was second on the team with 14 aces. 

YHS Varsity volleyball goes

The Yreka varsity volleyball team went at the tourney, beating Trinity (,) and Modoc (, ). Yreka lost against Foothill (, ) and U-Prep (, ).  

Julia DeLeon and Sammi Freitas were named to the All-Tournament team. West Valley won the tournament while U-Prep was second. 

DeLeon led Yreka with 35 kills for the day Freitas had 26 kills for the day. Kylie Daws led the team with 41 assists.  

Head Coach Jessany Petrićević thanked Miner Power for supporting the tournament. 

“Without their help, this event, which has now grown to be one of the largest single-day volleyball tournaments north of Sacramento, would not be possible," she said. 

On Wednesday, YHS opened the season with a five-set win on the road at Redding Christian. 

The Etna Lady Lions varsity team went at that tourney. They downed Mount Shasta. On Tuesday, they opened the season with a four-set home win versus Anderson. 

Aug. 30,

Miners, Lions, Cougars and more: Here's a recap of Friday night's scores

McKinleyville 30, Yreka 0  

Friday night, the Yreka Miners opened f gallery by a train football season with a home loss to the McKinleyville Panthers.  

YHS had an opportunity to score at the end of the first half and had a first down at the 1-yard line of the Panthers but were unable to get points on the board.

YHS lost the junior varsity game This week, the Miners have a bye and play Henley of Oregon on the road on the road on Friday.  

Modoc 59, Etna 12

The Etna Lions opened the year with a loss at the Modoc Braves. The game was originally scheduled in Etna but was moved to Alturas due to air quality concerns.

Sophomore quarterback Trent Hogge went for for yards with two touchdowns and three interceptions. Tucker Deala and Lucas Tharp each had a touchdown reception for the Lions. Luke Jenner led EHS with 10 tackle son defense, while Shawn Graves and Jackson Newton had an interception. EHS is at Mount Shasta this Friday.  

Central Valley 42, Weed 13  

The Weed Cougars opened the season with a loss to the larger solano community college gym school Central Valley on Friday night. The Cougars were scheduled to play Hoopa at home, while CV was supposed to face Trinity. Both games were called off earlier in the week due to fires begin close to both opponents' communities and a game was scheduled between the Cougars and Falcons.  

Senior quarterback Kobe Chanthavisouk finished for for yards with two touchdowns and three interceptions. On defense, he led the Cougars with 12 total tackles.  

Weed had seven total sacks in the game led by Kevin Guadarrama with three sacks. Brendon Brooks had two sacks, while Noah Wiles and Kade Bernstein each had a sack for WHS. Weed is at Sonoma Valley on Friday.  

Other Friday night scores:  

Colusa 25, Mount Shasta 8  

Burney 44, Tulelake 33  

Loyalton 48, Dunsmuir 6 

Aug. 27,

Happy Camp football season called off. Here's why

Due to a lack of players, the football season for the Happy Camp Indians' 8-man football team has been canceled. 

Happy Camp principal/athletic director Erica Mitchell said the school is “bummed out,” but it was deemed too difficult to have a season with only eight players on the roster. In addition, it's been a challenge to have practices due to the poor air quality because of regional wildfires.

The Indians were scheduled to start the season on Friday, Sept. 3 at Dunsmuir. The decision was announced on Thursday. 

“It was a hard decision to make,” Mitchell said, adding she feels badly for the players, including five seniors on the team. Happy Camp did not have a season in due to the COVID pandemic and has not played since the fall of  

Mitchell thanked head coach Alonzo Jackson for his dedication to the program. 

“I wish we could’ve had a team this year, but we didn’t have enough kids to field a team safely,” Jackson said in a Facebook post on the Happy Camp High School page.

He said he was proud to coach the kids, and he wanted to continue with conditioning 2 to 3 times a week until basketball starts, or there are no interested students.

Aug. 27,

Fires change Cougars football opener. They'll play at CV tonight

The Weed Cougars opening game of the season has changed.

The Cougars were supposed to open the season tonight at home versus Hoopa Valley. Things changed when Hoopa had to drop out due to fires in their area.

The Cougars will now face larger division school Central Valley on the road in Shasta Lake City at 7 p.m. 

CV and Weed agreed to play on Thursday after Trinity bowed out of its Friday game due to the fires burning in Trinity County.

The Etna Lions home opener versus Modoc tonight has been moved to Alturas due to poor air quality in the School Valley. The varsity game begins at Modoc High School at p.m.; JV starts at p.m.

Other games tonight

  • Yreka plays host to McKinleyville. Varsity, p.m. JV. p.m.
  • Dunsmuir plays host to Loyalton at 6 p.m.
  • Mount Shasta varsity is at Colusa at 7 p.m.

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This year's regional decathlon involves three days of competition, two of which already took place. The first day of competition was Dec. 10,and featured an online essay writing competition. The second day was Saturday, Jan. 25, and featured online testing at various schools throughout Lake, Mendocino, Napa, Solano, Sonoma and Yolo counties. Tests included: Art, Economics, Literature, Mathematics, Music, Science and Social Science.

Saturday marks the final day of competition, and will feature speeches and interviews in the morning followed by the popular Super Quiz—the only event open to the public (other than the awards ceremony) at p.m. in the Solano Community College gymnasium, Suisun Valley Road in Fairfield.

The North Bay teams advancing to the California Academic Decathlon — scheduled for March in Sacramento — are to be announced at p.m. Saturday in an awards ceremony in the Solano Community College gym.

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