By Bill Choybchoy@siskiyoudaily.com YREKA – The Yreka High boys varsity basketball team has started the year 5-2 under first-year head coach Louie Sanchez.The Miners defeated Mount Shasta 50-41 Saturday in the Holiday Tourney title game at MSHS to win the tourney crown for the second straight year.Sanchez is a familiar face in the Miners hoops program as head freshman and junior varsity boys basketball coach for 13 years at YHS.Sanchez is a 1990 YHS graduate that played hoops for the Miners...
By Bill Choybchoy@siskiyoudaily.com The Yreka High boys varsity basketball team continued its strong start to the season by winning the Mount Shasta Holiday Tournament Saturday night 50-41 against the home team Bears.With the win against Mount Shasta, the Miners improved to 5-2 for the year under first year head coach Louie Sanchez, who was previously the head junior varsity boys hoops coach for YHS.“It was a great accomplishment,” Sanchez said about winning the tourney title, adding how...
By Bill Choybchoy@siskiyoudaily.com The College of the Siskiyous women’s basketball team is having another strong start to their season yet again.This includes winning the title on Saturday at the Contra Costa Tournament are 7-1 overall.COS is playing at a high level this season despite returning only three players from last year and zero starters from the squad that made it to the state championship game and ended up state runner-ups with a 31-2 overall record.Longtime COS head coach Tom...
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