COS (16-12) will host No. 17 seed  De Anza (18-10) in a first-round playoff game Wednesday night. The game will begin at  7 p.m. at the COS Gym on the COS campus in Weed.

The College of the Siskiyous Lady Eagles basketball team earned the No. 16 seed in the California Community Colleges Athletic Association Northern California Section playoffs on Sunday.

COS (16-12) will host No. 17 seed  De Anza  (18-10) in a first-round playoff game Wednesday night. The game will begin at  7 p.m. at the COS Gym on the COS campus in Weed.

The tickets are $12. for all seats or $8 for students, faculty, staff, senior citizens age 60 and over, and children 12 years of age and under. Athletic or Basketball passes will not be accepted. Prices are set by the CCCAA, not the college.

If COS wins, they will face top seed San Joaquin Delta (27-1) in Stockton on Saturday.

COS Regular Season Finale Contest

The College of the Siskiyous lost the three-point battle and dropped their regular-season finale contest losing 81-61 to Lassen at home last Wednesday.

The Cougars made 12 of 18 treys, with Ikela Green knocking down 6 of 8, many of which were improbable, off-balance flings. The Eagles made 11 of their threes but had to take 41 shots to do it.

Faith Tracy was the only one hitting her threes for the home team, going 9-for-18 on the night and sinking 3 in the first quarter when the Eagles took a 25-16 lead.

Ashley Cox and Lynden Harry each had a three-pointer and scored five points.

The lead evaporated in the second quarter when their shooting grew cold.

Anhelica Shanrock scored all seven Eagle points and nobody could nail a triple as Lassen pulled away to a 34-32 halftime edge.

Tracy poured in three third-quarter treys, but nobody else could hit a field goal as Lassen spurted out to a 62-47 lead and cruised to the win.

Tracy scored 28 points, and Shanrock scored 15. She went 7 for 7 from the free-throw line. Helly’s drives into the heart of the Cougar defense frequently ended with her on the floor.

Harry scored 11 points and dished out 14 assists. Ashley Cox returned from the injury list to grab nine rebounds and score five points.

The Eagles will lose 3 outstanding players to graduation. this season.

Shanrock led the Golden Valley Conference in points with 553 for the season, and scoring average, hitting for 19.8 points per game.

Harry dished out 265 assists, good for a 9 per game average and best in the conference by far She scored 500 points, to finish seventh in the GVC, and knocked down 76 three-pointers, second best in the conference.

Cox pulled down 8.3 rebounds per game, sixth in the GVC.