Below is the Daily News Siskiyou County athletes of the week  for games played last week.
Football
* Stating that Etna Lions senior Devonn Layton had a big night on the gridiron would be a bit of an understatement.
The senior played inspired football on both sides of the ball in a 53-12 win at home on homecoming night last Friday.
Layton scored five touchdowns, including an interception he returned for a touchdowns, one of two picks he had for the evening. Layton ran for 198 yards and had four TD’s on runs of 90,20,12 and nine yards.
*Senior Josh Theofanides of Etna also played lights out for the Lions. He had a blocked punt, a touchdown reception, and an interception for a 42-yard TD for the Lions. he also had eight tackles on defense.
* Wideout Tremayne Tolbert of the College of th Siskiyous football team made a 27-yard grab in overtime from QB Gage Ferguson to help the Eagles to a 20-14 upset win over City College of San Francisco at home on Saturday. he finished with 84 receiving yards.
* Former Yreka High standout Drew Kannely-Robles led the Eagles with 55 rushing yards on only seven carries for a 7.9 yards per carry average and a TD of six yards in the win on Saturday.
* Alfred Deloach-King of  COS picked off the ball in the endzone in OT to seal the win for the Eagles. He finished the contest with two interceptions and five tackles.
*  Daniel Hardy of COS had eight tackles and a sack,      * Emmanuel Mann of COS finished with six tackles and a sack, and Bobby Willoughby led the Eagles with 10 tackles, including eight solo tackles in the win versus San Francisco.
*Larry Baker of Dunsmuir ran for 183 yards on 11 carries and had two touchdowns, including on a run of 63 yards in a 38-0 road win at Herlong on Saturday.
* Kyle Jones of Dunsmuir ran for 72 yards on eight carries with three touchdowns and four 2-point conversions in the win at Herlong.
* Bill Bedzyk of the Weed Cougars had a 55-yard kickoff return for a touchdown in a 14-6 hoem win against Greenville last Friday.
* Alejo Hernandez  of Tulelake threw for 118 yards and three touchdowns with no interception on 5-for-6 passing in a 47-6 win against Mercy last Friday. He also had one rushing TD and finished with 45 yards on the ground for the Honkers.
* Jose Martinez had three interceptions for the Tulelake defense against Mercy. On offense he had 85 receiving yards with a TD for Tulelake.
* Henry Acencio of Tulelake ran for 54 yards and two touchdowns versus Mercy he also finished with a reception for a TD and had an interception on defense.
Volleyball
* Ashley Cox of Yreka High finished with 10 kills in a three set win versus St. Marys  at home last Tuesday.
*  Carson Dickinson of Etna High finished with 11 digs and six aces in a three set win against Butte Valley at home last Tuesday.
* Teagan Ford  of Etna finished with eight kills versus Butte Valley.
* Cristal Perez  of Butte Valley finished with five kills, a block and two digs against Etna.
Cross Country
* Senior Isaac Fernandez of Yreka High had a big day for the Miners at a meet in Lakeview, oregon to open the season on Saturday. Fernandez set a course record to finish in first place 18:12.79. The varsity boys team came in first overall.
* Marron Bahen of Yreka came in sixth, while teammate Lena Fogle was seventh at the meet in Lakeview on Saturday. The YHS varsity girls came in second overall.
Soccer
* Jamie Hill  of the COS women’s soccer team had four goals and two assists in a 8-0 victory against Merritt on Saturday.  In a 4-4 tite against Mendocino last Tuesday she finished with two goals for the Eagles
, * Former Yreka High grad Jocelyn Capen of COS finished with two assists against Mendocino. She also had a goal in the win against Merritt.
*  Taira Lucas  of COS scored two goals and had an assist against  Mendocino. She had an assist vs. Merritt.
*Alexis Ramirez of Mount Shasta High scored three goals in a 8-0 win at Modoc last Thursday, while Landon Turner and Gavin Paisley each had two goals apiece for the Bears. 
* Kyle Matheson of Weed High School had a goal and an assist in a 2-0 win versus Mount Shasta last Tuesday.