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...
Echoing their excitement to grow as individuals and as athletes, Eagle Point's Peyton Dole and Crater's Gracie Tostenson highlighted a host of area seniors who made their collegiate intentions known during Wednesday's national letter of intent signing...
When it became apparent that first place was out of the question, the Phoenix and St. Mary's girls cross country teams did the next best thing.
The southern Oregon contingent at the state cross country championships will be small compared to other years, and there isn't a gold-medal favorite in the bunch.
ROSEBURG — Four local runners qualified for the cross country state championships out of the deep and talented Southwest Conference Thursday at Stewart Park.
GRANTS PASS — The Phoenix boys and girls cross country teams both captured first place at the Skyline District Championship at All-Sports Park on Wednesday.
ASHLAND — Phoenix junior Nevina De Luca broke the course record and helped the Pirates capture the team title at the 11-school Phoenix 5k at Oak Knoll Golf Course on Wednesday.
NEWBERG — The Phoenix girls placed seventh and the South Medford boys eighth in the elite division of the George Fox Cross Country Classic on Saturday.
WILSONVILLE — Gracie Tostenson's third-place finish helped the Crater girls to third overall in the 26-school field at the Sandelie Golf Course Cross Country Classic on Friday.
Rational thought would indicate there are easier North Medford school records to attain than the best time in boys cross country.
ASHLAND — Crater's girls cross country contingent placed three runners among the first eight finishers to help the Comets claim the girls title at the State of Jefferson Invitational at Lithia Park on Saturday.
BEND — Nevina De Luca broke the Phoenix school record for the 5,000 meters in cross country Friday at the Oxford Classic.
Nevina De Luca
PALO ALTO, Calif. — As races go, North Medford senior Ray Schireman didn't exactly feel like Saturday's cross country run at the Stanford Invitational was going to be special, save for the experience of going against some national-caliber...
COTTAGE GROVE — Crater's girls and boys cross country teams took home championships, and the Comets' Gracie Tostenson set the girls course record at the Harrier's Challenge.
EUGENE — Phoenix junior Nevina De Luca finished second in the girls 5A/4A/3A/2A/1A division, and North Medford senior Ray Schireman placed third in the boys 6A/5A race to lead a strong contingent of local cross country runners in the 5,000-meter...
VALLEY OF THE ROGUE STATE PARK — Gracie Tostenson got a little ahead of herself a week ago — and a little ahead of everyone else as Crater opened the cross country season.
ROSEBURG — Crater captured first place in the Southwest Conference cross country pre-district junior/senior girls and freshmen/sophomore boys 5-kilometer races at Stewart Park on Wednesday.
At least through two matches, the South Medford girls soccer team has played with a strict policy: no goals allowed.
Stephanie Croy of Cascade Christian registered an impressive early-season time to capture the girls 5,000 meters at the 26th annual Crusader Invitational cross country meet Tuesday at Bear Creek Park.
Hidden Valley's Zach Blanco and Zaruba Anderson were victorious in the boys and girls races, respectively, at the four-school, non-scoring Medford Grass Course 4K cross country meet at North Medford High Friday.