Weekend basketball results:

Saturday night, Jan. 28, 2012 at College of the Siskiyous in Weed:

Siskiyous women 73, Lassen 43
The Eagles flew circles around the Cougars for their 13th win in a row, a conference leading 5-0 GVC  record, and 18-2 overall.
Lauren Lesina 18 points (3 three-point), Anna Cameron 14, Hailey Wales 13, Leona Steel 10.

Siskiyous men 67, Lassen 62
Eagles improved to 3-2 in GVC and finished the week tied for second with Shasta (4-2) in the loss column.
Treece Lynch 12, Ibrahima Diallo 11.

At Mount Shasta Friday, Jan. 27, 2012

Mount Shasta varsity boys 75, Weed 42
Bears made 11 three-point shots, 5 by Clayton Cool, 4 by Logan Gress
Cool 15 points, Gress 14, Dylan Padula 12.
Noah Traylor led Weed with 18

Mount Shasta varsity girls 37, Weed 35, OT
Jeanette Ricci scored 5 of her 6 points in overtime, including a left-hander while driving to the basket with 15 seconds left in OT that proved to be the game-winner.
Weed’s Tyresha Leonard ended regulation with a basket from just inside the three-point stripe that tied it at 32-32.
Mount Shasta (4-0) ended the week alone in first place. Janelle Jaegel 12 points, Kathryn Andrus 7.
Weed (4-1) dropped into second place. Karene Marshall 13, Jillian Neel 9.

Weed JV boys 53, Mount Shasta 48
Weed improved to 20-0 for the season, 5-0 in league. The Cougars’ leading scorer, Edgar Casorla, fouled out with 6:15 to play in the fourth quarter, then Weed went on a 9-point run to take a 50-40 with 2:20 remaining.
Casorla scored 18 points, Aidan Hagarty 14.
Mount Shasta, now 3-1 in league and 11-3 overall, was led by sophomore Brandon Acord, who made 4 three-pointers and finished with 20 points.

Mount Shasta JV girls 35, Weed 19
Ashley Cain scored 11 for the Bears, Sydney Morris 8, Madeleine Moyer 7.
Mount Shasta won its first league game, and coach Greta Jones said playing West Valley earlier in the week “prepared us and we played as a team.

At Dunsmuir Friday, Jan. 28

Tulelake varsity boys 92, Dunsmuir 59
It was the second EL?loss of the week for the Tigers, who fell to 3-2 and 10-7.
Mason Mekeel scored 16, Jake Mekeel 13

Tulelake varsity girls 53, Dunsmuir 27
Chelsea Helms 19 points. She made 3 three-point shots and was 6 for 7 from the free throw line.

Tulelake JV boys 56, Dunsmuir 45
Chris Healey 13 points, 9 rebounds, 8 steals. Jacob Dutra 12 points.