The Lady Eagles host Redwoods on Thursday at 7 p.m., and Shasta College on Saturday at 3 p.m.

The College of the Siskiyous Eagles women led Feather River at the half 43-41 but were outscored by 17 points in the second half when Feather River pulled away for an 80-61 win last Wednesday.

The Golden Eagles deep bench allowed them to pressure the ball the entire game, wearing down COS. Nine Feather River players scored more than a point, while only five Eagles did, and the Golden Eagles often substituted in waves of two or three fresh bodies every few minutes.

Anhelica Shanrock, still nursing a sore hip from hitting the floor multiple times in Monday’s loss to Butte, continued her drives to the hoop, scoring 26 points on the night and taking several more hard fouls and spills.

Faith Tracy knocked down eight of 11 three-point attempts for 26 points, had four rebounds, and five steals. Guard Lynden Harry scored 18 points and dished out 10 assists to add to her GVC-leading 9.7 assists per game on the season.

Eagle rebound-leader Ashley Cox missed another game while still in concussion protocol. Replacement Masey Williams had a solid game, scoring six points, pulling down six rebounds, and stealing the ball three times.

Aided by Tracy’s sharpshooting, the Eagles sank 43 percent of their treys, hitting 15-of -35, which would usually be good enough to win a game. They hit more 3-point field goals, 13, than two-pointers with 11.

They dropped a Saturday decision at Butte 94-71.

The Lady Eagles host Redwoods on Thursday at 7 p.m., and Shasta College on Saturday at 3 p.m.