McCloud High School

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McCloud High School
Address
133 Campus Way
McCloud, Siskiyou County, California 96057
United States
Coordinates 41°15′15″N 122°08′05″W / 41.2542°N 122.13478°W / 41.2542; -122.13478Coordinates: 41°15′15″N 122°08′05″W / 41.2542°N 122.13478°W / 41.2542; -122.13478
Information
Type Public
School district Siskiyou Union High School District
Superintendent Mike Matheson
Principal Jessica Bowman
Grades 9-12
Number of students 25 (2017-18)
Color(s) Purple and Gold
Athletics conference CIF Northern Section Evergreen League
Mascot Logger
Rival Dunsmuir High School
Newspaper Mount Shasta Herald
Website

McCloud High School is a public high school located in McCloud, California. It is a member of the Siskiyou Union High School District. The school's mascot is known as the "Loggers".

Athletics[edit]

The Loggers athletic programs have won numerous league titles between 1952 and 2000 and have won several Northern Section CIF championships. Most notably, the 1986 varsity boys basketball team, led by senior Joel DeBortoli, who won the school's only Division III title. They were one game away from a trip to the state championship, but lost to Vanden High School at the original ARCO Arena in Sacramento. It was the team's only loss that year.

The last team championship was the NSCIF Division VI softball title in 2001. The last individual championship was won in track and field by Andrew (Kruk) Mero in 2002.

Basketball and volleyball games were played in the Douglas M. DeBortoli Gymnasium, named for the former principal of the school and former SUHSD superintendent who died in 1994.[1][2]

There are currently no athletic programs at McCloud High School, who are still listed as members of the Evergreen League. However, the school announced that volleyball and basketball would return starting in the fall of 2018. [3]

Retired numbers[edit]

  • #15 - Fawn Huckaba (basketball, died in 1995)

Notable Alumni[edit]

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