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...
Uriel Cordoba's time in the San Jose Earthquakes U.S. Development Academy may have been short but it certainly was impactful, for the Medford teenager as well as the 16-and-under soccer team he helped take to new heights.
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.
The Rogue Valley will be well-represented Saturday in the 67th Les Schwab Bowl, making it that much more special for local football players on the South team as they prepare to face the North squad at Hillsboro Stadium.
Even if he weren't slated to leave Medford, Brady Breeze wouldn't be spending much time here this summer anyway.
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.
If it was to be Crater's final baseball season at the state's highest classification, the Comets made it count.
SALEM — At the end of the South Medford softball team's unlikely run through the postseason stood Katie Donovan.
The top-seeded North Medford softball team can move one step closer to a third straight Class 6A state championship with a victory over No. 5 Westview in the semifinals today.
Junior-to-be Brady Breeze plans to transfer from South Medford to Central Catholic and play football for the Portland school, the reigning Class 6A state champion, according to a story that appeared on oregonlive.com Monday.
HILLSBORO — With large scrapes on her elbow and infield dirt caked onto her cheeks, South Medford senior catcher Tia Garrett could only think of one word to describe this past week.