Oregon Tech pitcher Bittle named to All-American list
Former Crater High standout Jenni Bittle was one of three Oregon Tech players to earn All-American softball status as announced by the NAIA.
Bittle, a sophomore utility player and Cascade Conference pitcher of the year, was named second-team All-American.
Bittle hit .416 with three home runs and 27 RBIs.
On the mound, she was 21-4, with 123 strikeouts and a 2.70 ERA.
Oregon Tech finished with its most successful win-loss percentage (37-6 overall) in school history and won the Cascade Conference with a 17-2 mark.
Crater's Davidson signswith St. Martin's University
Kirstin Davidson of Crater signed a letter of intent to play softball for St. Martin's University in Lacey, Wash.
— The Saints are an NCAA Division II program in the Great Northwest Athletic Conference.
Davidson, a first-team Southern Oregon Conference outfielder, batted .524 this season for the Comets.
As a junior, Davidson was also a first-team SOC all-star and garnered first-team all-state honors.
South soccer star Kentagrees to play at NCC
South Medford senior Tahnee Kent signed a letter of intent to play soccer for Northwest Christian College in Eugene.
The coming campaign will be the inaugural season for the Northwest Christian women's soccer team, which will play in the NAIA Cascade Conference.
S.O. Speedway eventcanceled due to rain
Tonight's Northern Sprint Tour race at the Southern Oregon Speedway has been canceled due to unfavorable track conditions due to wet weather.
'Meet the Mustangs'dinner set for Thursday
There will be a Meet the Mustangs fundraising dinner Thursday at the American Legion Hall, 241 E. Barnett St., behind WinCo.
The dinner is at 6 p.m. and costs &
36;10. Proceeds go to the Medford Mustangs American Legion baseball team.