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Greenberg-O'Brien complete 5A three-peat

BEAVERTON — Hanna Greenberg and Vika O'Brien teamed up on Saturday to claim their third straight Class 5A girls doubles title, leading Ashland to its second straight team title and third overall at Tualatin Hills Tennis Center.

Morse moves into semis at state tennis

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.

Ashland duo advances at state

PORTLAND — The top-seeded Ashland doubles team of Hanna Greenberg and Vika O'Brien easily advanced into the 5A state quarterfinals with a 6-0, 6-1 second-round victory over Amy Marks and Cambia Rooney of Sherwood on Thursday at the Portland Tennis...

Promising Panther

Promising Panther

Only a year ago, South Medford High girls tennis player Kelsey Bartlett was simply a promising face in the crowd when the Southwest Conference district tournament rolled around.

Challengers' Morse wins district

SISTERS — Cascade Christian freshman Nicole Morse was a relative unknown entering the Class 4A/3A/2A/1A District 3 tennis championships Saturday at Black Butte Ranch, and for good reason.

Panther boys take down Cavemen

South Medford's boys tennis team picked a good time to start finishing strong.

Ashland girls edge Ridgeview

BEND — River Davis was a solid fill-in at No. 1 singles, winning her girls tennis match easily in place of usual No. 1 Ashley Knecht to lead Ashland to a 5-3 victory over Ridgeview at the Bend Tournament on Saturday.

South dominates singles in win

The South Medford singles lineup demonstrated its potential in a 6-2 District 1 boys tennis home victory against North Medford on Tuesday.

South Medford finishes in tie with Grants Pass in boys tennis

GRANTS PASS — South Medford sophomore Kyler Tosh didn't drop a game in No. 1 singles and improved to 7-2 on the season as his Panthers tied Grants Pass, 4-4, in boys tennis Tuesday.

April 2014

Folsom breaks school record

EUGENE — North Medford's Halley Folsom had a magnificent day — all in a span of about 40 minutes — at the Oregon Relays at Hayward Field Saturday.

No. 5 Crater falls to Clovis in title game

FRESNO, Calif. — Crater put up quite a fight this week in the 32-team Easter Baseball Classic but the fifth-ranked Comets simply didn't have enough in the tank to finish things off Wednesday night.

North Medford, Grants Pass settle for split in boys tennis

North Medford held serve for the most part in boys tennis singles action on Tuesday but Grants Pass did likewise in doubles to force a 4-4 tie at North Medford High.

D'Arpino twins, South Medford highlight Roseburg Twilight meet

ROSEBURG — North Valley senior Kerissa D'Arpino won three individual events to pace the Rogue Valley contingent competing at Saturday's Jim Robinson Twilight Invitational at Roseburg High.

South boys edge North in cross-town tennis match

The South Medford boys tennis team swept through the singles portion of its match with rival North Medford en route to a 5-3 victory on Tuesday at North Medford High.

South girls shut out Thurston

The South Medford girls tennis team swept past Thurston, 8-0, in District 1 action at South Medford High on Saturday.

South girls top Grants Pass in tennis

GRANTS PASS — South Medford's Kelsey Bartlett defeated Grants Pass' Natasha Matola, 6-0, 6-1, in a battle of top-seeded singles players to lead the Panthers to a 4-3 Southwest Conference girls tennis victory in cold and windy conditions at Grants...

Fisher takes first at Eagle Point tourney Invitational

EAGLE POINT — South Medford freshman Reese Fisher fired a 1-over-par 73 to secure medalist honors and North Medford captured the boys golf team title at the four-school Eagle Point Invitational on Tuesday at Eagle Point Golf Club.

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Class 5A football playoff bids won't come easy

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...