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Ashland's Schaaf, Greenblatt set PRs in road dual

Ashland senior distance runner Isaac Schaaf set a new personal record in the 3,000-meter run, but Roseburg easily swept the nonconference dual.

Schaaf completed the 3,000 in 9 minutes, 23.5 seconds to beat runner-up John Talik of Roseburg by six seconds.

Also for the Ashland boys, Sam Jackson won the 400 (51.67), Jon Volz won the long jump (19-9) and the Grizzlies' 4x400 relay team of Nicholas McKernan, Ian Wurfl, Brenton Wileman and Franklin Lime prevailed by a fraction of a second (3:34.02 to 3:34.99).

On the girls side, Ashland pulled out victories in the 400 (Sadie Bailey 1:04.10), 3,000 (Dana Greenblatt, 10:49.2), high jump (Joy Harpham, 4-10) and pole vault (Victoria Lawton-Diez, 8-6). Greenblatt's 3,000 time was a personal record.

BOYS

TEAM SCORES — Roseburg 216, Ashland 72.

100 — 1, Josh Cole, R, 11.69; 200 — 1, Josh Cole, R, 23.73; 400 — 1, Sam Jackson, A, 51.67; 800 — 1, Ben Rodriguez, R, 2:04.6; 1,500 — 1, Kenny Freeman, R, 4:20.5; 3,000 — 1, Isaac Schaaf, A, 9:23.5; 110 HURDLES — 1, Max Osborn, R, 17.29; 300 HURDLES — 1, Max Osborn, R, 43.18; 4X100 RELAY — 1, Roseburg (Chris Shoffner, Jason Thomas, Dom Holden, Josh Cole), 44.44; 4X400 RELAY — 1, Ashland (Nicholas McKernan, Ian Wurfl, Brenton Wileman, Franklin Lime), 3:34.02.

SHOT PUT — 1, Matt Warren, R, 49-2; DISCUS — 1, Selmar Hutchins III, R, 143-5; JAVELIN — 1, Colton Dunham, R, 156-8; HIGH JUMP — 1, Cason George, R, 5-4; POLE VAULT — 1, Jason Bergold, R, 12-6; LONG JUMP — 1, Jon Volz, A, 19-0; TRIPLE JUMP — 1, Cason George, R, 37-7.

GIRLS

TEAM SCORES — Roseburg 204, Ashland 86.

100 — 1, Brianna Brennan, R, 13.69; 200 — 1, Brianna Brennan, R, 28.06; 400 — 1, Sadie Bailey, A, 1:04.10; 800 — 1, Kelly Audiss, R, 2:20.3; 1,500 — 1, Kimberly Solberg, R, 5:19.9; 3,000 — 1, Dana Greenblatt, A, 10:49.2; 100 HURDLES — 1, Madison Cavens, R, 16.21; 300 HURDLES — 1, Madison Cavens, R, 51.70; 4X100 RELAY — 1, Roseburg (Brianna Brennan, Madison Cavens, Andrea Gosman, Kelly Audiss), 2:02.14; 4X400 RELAY — 1, Roseburg (Kimberly Solberg, Breanna Hennricks, Olyvia Fox, Kelly Audiss), 4:16.58.

SHOT PUT — 1, Rachel Picknell, R, 37-6; DISCUS — 1, Rachel Picknell, R, 115-0; JAVELIN — 1, Adriann Martin, 124-7; HIGH JUMP — 1, Joy Harpham, A, 4-10; POLE VAULT — 1, Victoria Lawton-Diez, A, 8-6; LONG JUMP — 1, Kathryn Pitts, R, 15-7.75; TRIPLE JUMP — 1, Stefanie Griggs, R, 31-1.

College Football

The Southern Oregon Athletic Department announced Monday that the 2012 SOU football schedule has been finalized.

The schedule will feature 10 Frontier Conference games, including five games to be played in the Rogue Valley. This fall will mark the Raiders' first season in the Frontier Conference.

SOU also announced a new ticket price for 2012, as the Raiders will lower ticket prices to $10 for both seatback and general admission seating. Once again for 2012, children 12-and-under will be free and seniors 62-and-over will cost just $5.

The season opens Sept. 1, when the Raiders will host Montana Western at Medford's Spiegelberg Stadium in the inaugural Kickoff Classic in Medford. The game is slated to kick off at 1 p.m.

The Raiders will follow the season opener with a trip to Rocky Mountain in Billings, Mont. on Sept. 8.

The first of four home games at Raider Stadium will take place Sept. 22, as the Raiders host fellow Frontier Conference newcomer Dickinson State.

After a trip to Montana Tech on Sept. 29, SOU returns home to face in-state rival Eastern Oregon on Oct. 6.

The toughest stretch of the season may come during the following the four weeks, starting with an Oct. 13 trip to Montana State-Northern, followed by a return trip the next week to Montana Western. The Raiders finally come home on Oct. 27, only to face perennial NAIA National Championship contender Carroll College on Oct. 27. The next week, SOU hits the road again to battle Eastern Oregon.

SOU will wrap up the regular season Nov. 10 when the Raiders host Montana Tech.