Cover: YHS Varsity boys during the national anthem this week.
Photo Credit: Amy Mclane, thank you for the results of the games.
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The Yreka High School Varsity boys basketball team had a busy week with three games. They started off on Monday against Phoenix and unfortunately lost with a score of 49-58, despite putting up a strong fight. On Tuesday, they had a better outcome as they faced Central Valley and came out victorious with a score of 82-47. However, their luck turned on Friday when they traveled to Redding to play against the undefeated University Prep and suffered a tough loss with a score of 49-70.
Looking ahead to next week, on Wednesday 1/31, the Yreka boys basketball team will be traveling to West Valley High School. The game schedule is as follows: Freshmen at 4:30, JV at 6:00, and Varsity at 7:30.
Additionally, the boys’ last home game and Homecoming will be on Friday 2/2 against Lassen. The schedule for that day is as follows: JV girls at 3:00, JV boys at 4:30, Varsity girls at 6:00, and Varsity boys at 7:30.
Make sure to come out and support the teams! See you in the stands.
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