Yosemite High girls JV basketball Coach James Andersen and team members pay tribute to team leader Shania Costella, with her game jersey, shoes and roses on a seat on the team’s bench Friday afternoon during the YHS-Sierra game. The school and town were devastated upon hearing of the 16-year-olds death in a Jan. 7 auto accident on Crane Valley Road (426), not far from the school and her home. Her sister Sahvannah, 17, escaped the accident without injury.
Yosemite High girls JV basketball Coach James Andersen and team members pay tribute to team leader Shania Costella, with her game jersey, shoes and roses on a seat on the team’s bench Friday afternoon during the YHS-Sierra game. The school and town were devastated upon hearing of the 16-year-olds death in a Jan. 7 auto accident on Crane Valley Road (426), not far from the school and her home. Her sister Sahvannah, 17, escaped the accident without injury. Steve Montalto Special to Sierra Star
Yosemite High girls JV basketball Coach James Andersen and team members pay tribute to team leader Shania Costella, with her game jersey, shoes and roses on a seat on the team’s bench Friday afternoon during the YHS-Sierra game. The school and town were devastated upon hearing of the 16-year-olds death in a Jan. 7 auto accident on Crane Valley Road (426), not far from the school and her home. Her sister Sahvannah, 17, escaped the accident without injury. Steve Montalto Special to Sierra Star

In memory of Shania

January 14, 2017 06:34 PM

UPDATED January 14, 2017 06:34 PM

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