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.
On the way to winning Tuesday night's Division 5 semifinal, the Weed girls held Etna to 5 points in the first half. They held Modoc to 5 points in the second half of Friday night's quarterfinal. This story has been corrected: the Section...
Northern Section Division 5 semifinal games are scheduled to be played on back to back nights in the south county. The winners will advance to Saturday's championship games at Shasta College in Redding.
Gyms in south Siskiyou County are sure to be packed Friday night when four teams take the court to move ahead in the playoffs.
Weed defeated the Bears Friday night to finish and undefeated league championship season. The south county rivals could face each other again in the section semifinal round.
The playoffs start Tuesday in Mount Shasta, Wednesday in Weed. They could face each other again in a Division 5 semifinal game in Mount Shasta.
A Senior Night sweep of Etna was good news for all four Mount Shasta High School basketball teams Tuesday night.