Mount Shasta gets soccer riches

Mount Shasta gets soccer riches

Shasta Cascade League distinguished many from 2013 Bears' league as well as the section championship team. Properly decorated as a team after they won the league and section championships in last years soccer season; the Mount Shasta High School brought home several honors from 18th November all SCL meeting.

Senior midfielder/sweeper Wesley Navarre was selected as the Most Valuable Player of the Shasta Cascade League, senior midfielder/ sweeper Colin Paisley is Defensive MVP as well as Bradley Robinson is Coach of the Year.

The All-SCL list was met by sophomore midfielder/striker Lauren Frost, junior midfielder/striker Tanner Lujan, senior striker/midfielder Carlos Lopez as well as Junior goalkeeper Morgan Owens also got honorable mention.

In an email, Robinson wrote that Bears did very well with the selection process and he was very pleased with the outcome. Mount Shasta ended on SCL standings top along with a 13  0  1 record, outpointing their opponents by a united 69  4 margin. After that, Bears won two times on their home turf during the playoffs, that includes a 3 - 1 win over Tulelake in Northern Section Fall Soccer championship match on 2nd November.

Meanwhile Mt. Shasta Ski Park declared that they have scheduled a limited opening beginning from 26th December, even though not much snow has fallen as of now. In a release, he ski park stated that with their efforts of making snow, they would have the Panther Creek Base Area open for tubing, learn to ski/snowboarding accessed by our new conveyor lift.