Lauryn Lesina and Michelle Hoehn combined to score 48 points as College of the Siskiyous defeated Feather River, 85-73, in a Golden Valley Conference women’s basketball game Wednesday in Quincy.
The Eagles improved their record to 2-1 in conference and 10-8 overall, as Lesina scored 25 points and Hoehn 23. Alyssa Scala had a team-high 15 rebounds.
Siskiyous is scheduled to play next at home against Shasta on Wednesday, Jan. 26. Shasta, 7-8 overall, opened GVC 2-0, including a 63-49 win over Feather River (0-3, 3-15).
High school update
In high school games this week, Mount Shasta’s boys outscored Big Valley 22-0 in the first quarter of a non-league game Tuesday night in Mount Shasta on the way to a 65-27 win, the Bears’ fifth in a row.
Eleven Bears scored, led by Tim Jaegel’s 16 points, 5 steals and 4 assists.
See photos from the Bears’ Carnival night win over Burney at:?www.mtshastanews.com/photos/x1409899607/Mount-Shasta-defeats-Burney-on-Carnival-night-2011
Dunsmuir’s three teams all lost Evergreen League games to Tulelake Tuesday night in Dunsmuir.
Collin Lattanzio had 10 points and 10 rebounds in the Tiger varsity boys’ 70-36 loss. Tulelake’s varsity boys haven’t lost a league game since the 2005-06 season, which was the last year Dunsmuir won the EL?title.
Dominick Hernandez led the Honkers with 19 points and Max Crawford scored 17.
Dunsmuir’s varsity girls lost to the Honkers, 57-31. Katie McIntyre and Chelsea Helms scored 10 points each for the Tigers; Gabby Rascon led Tulelake with 19.
The Tiger JV boys fell to Tulelake, 67-49. Mason Mekeel scored 15, Justin DeClusin 14, and Orion McRee 9 to lead the Tigers.