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The Rogue Valley Pop Warner football teams finished up their championship games over the weekend and each division winner will play for the state championship will play at Autzen Stadium in Eugene for the state title this weekend.

The Division I winners will play against the Willamette Valley champions in their respective divisions on Sunday.

In Junior PeeWee, the Medford Red Tornado defeated the Medford Black Raiders, 22-0, and the Medford Red Raiders topped the Central Point Black Comets, 20-0.

In Junior Midget, the Medford White Panthers brought down the Medford Black Tornado, 24-20, and in the seventh-grade division, the Central Point Black Comets rolled past Ashland, 44-26.

The following winners from Division II will play the Willamette Valley Champions on Saturday at Autzen Stadium.

The Medford Blue Panthers edged the Grants Pass Cowboys, 19-14, in Junior PeeWee, while the Grants Pass Titans triumphed with a 34-6 decision over the Rogue River Chiefs in PeeWee.

In Junior Midget, the Medford Blue Panthers beat the Ashland Grizzlies, 30-7.

The Eagle Point Blue Eagles topped the Eagle Point White Eagles in the seventh-grade division, and the eighth-grade Ashland Grizzlies got by the Central Point Black Comets.

The Master Evans Martial Arts taekwondo school brought home six medals from the Grandmasters Legacy Cup in Portland on Nov. 5.

Alexa Lowe, a second-degree black belt, landed a gold medals in forms and sparring. Lowe won her first sparring match, 9-0, then forced four-time national champion to withdraw halfway through the second round of their gold medal fight with a second back kick to the body.

In his second tournament, 6-year-old Estavon Davis captured his second gold medal, and his 12-year-old brother Deontae Davis grabbed a silver medal.

Andria Slaughter, 6, earned a silver medal in her second tournament, Teighlor Traister, 13, nabbed silver.

Jary Kapus rolled a 300 in his first game in the Tuesday Night Men's League at Lava Lanes.

Also that evening, Jim Brockbank and Matt Eilenberger each rolled 299 games and Jeff King hit 11 strikes in a row for a 290.


Justin Edwards recorded a 298 game on Nov. 4, one week after he bowled a 299 at Lava Lanes.


Terry Roseberger picked up the "big 4" spare, knocking down the 4, 6, 7 and 10 pins during Wednesday Senior League at Lava Lanes.