Eleven Bears set personal records in their first meet of the season March 20 in Yreka.
The 23 Cougars on the team – 14 girls and 9 boys – “are all over the map” in terms of experience and skill level, according to coach Dan DeRoss said. Several who made it to last year's Section Finals are returning, including...
After winning just 8 games all of last season, the 2014 Mount Shasta High School baseball team has started the season 6-2. The Bears have a .332 team batting average and are averaging nearly 8 runs per game.
In season-opening games this week, Weed's baseball team defeated Dunsmuir, Dunsmuir's softball team defeated Weed, and Mount Shasta's softball team lost at Yreka.
A 17-3 scoring run in the second half gave Weed's girls basketball team a 6 point lead with 4 minutes to play Friday in Redding. They didn't score again and lost to Durham, 53-49.
The Bears started well before falling to Liberty Christian in the Division 5 championship game Friday in Redding. But their season isn't over yet.
The 2014 Lady Cougars face Durham for the second year in a row in Friday's Northern Section championship game in Redding. They're seeking to reverse last year's result and become the first Weed girls basketball team to win it all.
Clips from the Bears 85-62 win over the Cougars in a jam-packed Mount Shasta High School gymnasium Wednesday night, March 5.
Mount Shasta shot lights out for three quarters in Tuesday night's NSCIF semifinal game and rolled to an 85-62 win over Weed. The No. 2 Bears will now face No. 1 Liberty Christian Friday at 4:15 p.m. at Shasta College in Redding.
Weed is scheduled to play at Mount Shasta Wednesday night, March 5 at 7 p.m. to decide which team advances to play for the Northern Section Division 5 championship Friday at 4:15 p.m. at Shasta College in Redding.
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