On Monterey Road, blood still streaked the walls and floors of a motel room from the slaying of a 35-year-old woman. Authorities are searching for the whereabouts of an ex-boyfriend in that case for questioning.
Three Siskiyou County squads earn SB playoff berths SISKIYOU COUNTY On Saturday morning a total of three Siskiyou County teams earned berths in the Northern Section softball playoffs.The Etna Lady Lions, the co-champions of the Shasta Cascade League, earned the No. 3 seed in Division 5 and are set to host a home playoff game on Tuesday. They will face No. 6 seed Quincy in Etna. The game is tentatively scheduled for 4 p.m. at the high school.Etna comes in with a overall record of 21-15 and went 11-1 in the SCL. Quincy comes in with a 16-11-1 overall record.In Division 4, the Yreka Lady Miners came away with the No. 8 seed and will face top seed Wheatland on the road on Tuesday. Yreka finished the regular season 20-13-2 overall and 5-7 in the Northern Athletic League. Wheatland comes in at 29-2-1 overall.Tulelake earned the No. 6 seed in Division 6 and face No. 3 seed Fall River on Tuesday. Tulelake is 14-10 overall. Fall River is 13-15 overall.For a complete list of brackets go to www.cifns.org/playoff/archive/2012-2013/Base-Soft/soft_brackets.html.Bears
baseball squad falls in first round gameWINTERS, Calif. The Mount Shasta Bears baseball team lost to Winters in the first round of the Northern Section Division 3 playoffs on Friday. The Bears, the No. 7 seed, fell to the No. 2 seeded Warriors 11-3 in Winters.Junior Brandon Accord had an outstanding game for Mount Shasta and went 4-for-4 with a home run, a RBI, a run, and a double. Senior Dylan Padula also had a strong game with his bat and finished 2-for-4 with a home run, a run and two RBI's. Junior Clay Ferguson went 1-for-3 with a double. The Bears ended the season 8-14 overall and 6-6 in the Shasta Cascade Conference.In other playoff action involving a Siskiyou County team, in Division 5, Tulelake, the No. 7 seed, lost to No. 2 seed Maxwell 16-0.Miners takes part in NSIF tennis tourneyOROVILLE, Calif. Two Yreka High boys tennis players competed at the Northern Section singles and doubles tournament in Oroville on Saturday. The tournament features the 32 best players in the Northern Section in singles, and the top 16 doubles teams. "It is a fantastically competitive tournament," Miners head coach Mark Freudenburg said. Niraj Khalasi and Ryan Andrus headed into the tournament unseeded in both singles and doubles.In doubles, Khalasi and Andrus won the opening round match against Willows. They now move on to meet Red Bluff, the No. 2 seed of the tournament. The quarterfinal match will take place at the Chico Racket Club on Monday.In singles, Khalasi lost in the first round to fifth seed Pete Gibson of Pleasant Valley High School. "Niraj played a great match and gave Pete all he could handle," Freudenburg said.Andrus won his opening round match against CJ Varner of Red Bluff. He lost in the second round to seventh seed Marcus Schwab of Chico. "Like Niraj,http://www.louisvuittonrains.com/
, he really gave this seeded player a tough match going down 5-7, 3-6," Freudenburg said. - Daily News staff
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