Update: weekend south county sports roundup

Staff Writer
Mount Shasta Herald
Michaela Martin of Mount Shasta connects for a hit Friday, April 30, 2010, at Fall River.

College of the Siskiyous swept San Jose City College on the road Saturday and Sunday to win the best of three first round Northern California playoff series and advance to next weekend's state-qualifying tournament.

The Eagles won their opener Saturday, May 1, 2010, in San Jose, 8-4, then scored 7 runs in one inning to rally from a 7-1 deficit and win the following day, 8-7.

Dacia Hale hit a grand slam home run to cap the Eagles' comeback after Angelina Cruz hit a three-run home run earlier in the inning. Pitcher Jordyn Brown went the distance in Saturday's win then got the final three outs for a save on Sunday.

Mount Shasta baseball and softball

Mount Shasta High School’s baseball and softball teams remained in first place at the top of the Shasta Cascade League standings after both split doubleheaders Friday at Fall River.

The Bears ended the week still percentage points ahead of Fall River in the SCL baseball standings after winning Friday’s opener 9-0 then losing game two 10-6. Mount Shasta is 8-2 in league, Fall River 9-3.

A split at Fall River dropped the Bears softball team into a first place tie with Etna, both at 7-1. Mount Shasta lost the opener at Fall River 4-3, then won game two, 7-0.

Weed High School baseball

Weed High School's 4-2 win over Etna in the first game of a doubleheader Friday at Sons Park in Weed was the Cougars' first league win over Etna in several years. Travis Greene pitched a complete game for the victory and scored a run on a double steal during a three-run rally in the third inning.

College of the Siskiyous baseball

College of the Siskiyous’ baseball team concluded its season with a 6-3, 8-3 sweep of Lassen College Friday in Weed.

Mount Shasta's Ben Sampson reaches for a throw during a doubleheader split at Fall River, Friday, April 30, 2010.