Athletic directors at the Class 5A level have proven to be the most invested in controlling their own playoff destiny since a switch to the...
HILLSBORO — For a player who had never scored a touchdown in high school before, North Medford defensive lineman Hunter Hermansen looked like a natural as he rumbled 58 yards to pay dirt at the 67th Les Schwab Bowl on Saturday.
North Medford head baseball coach Brett Wolfe was named the Class 6A coach of the year and four members of the state champion Black Tornado squad received all-state recognition Wednesday.
Eight Ashland High baseball players have been voted to the Southern Oregon Hybrid Class 5A all-star team, including player of the year Eric Carlson, while Eagle Point, led by player of the year Teanna Gonsalves, dominated SOH softball voting.
VERNONIA — Alee Pinkerton provided the pitching and hitting to help Prospect-Butte Falls defeat Vernonia 7-2 in the opening round of the Class 2A/1A softball state playoffs Wednesday.
EUGENE — Halley Folsom finished second at the state meet in her specialty hurdles race.
CORVALLIS — Cascade Christian freshman Nicole Morse won two three-set matches Friday to advance into today's girls singles semifinals of the Class 4A/3A/2A/1A state tennis tournament at the Oregon State tennis complex.
BANDON — St. Mary's and Cascade Christian racked up state berths during Day 2 of the Class 3A District 1 track and field meet Saturday.
ROSEBURG — Crater needed at least a doubleheader split against Roseburg Saturday to win the outright Southern Oregon Hybrid baseball championship.
All the South Medford softball team had to do to solidify third place in the Southern Oregon Hybrid and a state playoff berth was beat Crater — a winless squad in league play — one time in a doubleheader on Saturday.
GRANTS PASS — North Medford's Mario Filippi set a personal best to win the pole vault and qualify for the state championships during the first day of the Southwest Conference district track and field meet Thursday at Grants Pass High.