Brandon Kamerman

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Name: Brandon Kamerman
Date registered: July 20, 2012
URL: http://www.kdrv.com

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  1. Vocal Raiders Keep Opponents Off Balance — April 14, 2014
  2. Web Extra: Del Rio, Grimble, Seumalo — April 7, 2014
  3. Bastendorff Poised for Big Season — April 7, 2014
  4. Beavers Complete Sweep of Stanford — April 6, 2014
  5. Grants Pass Dominates Rotary Relays — April 5, 2014

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Ducks Season Ends with Loss to Wisconsin

MILWAUKEE, Wis. — Despite leading Wisconsin 49-37 at halftime, Oregon could not hold on to its momentum in the second half, and fell 85-77 to the Badgers, ending the Ducks season. Joseph Young had a game high 29 points for the seventh-seed Ducks, who failed to reach their second straight Sweet 16. Frank Kaminsky led … Continue reading »

Amateur Athlete: Jerome Lee

MEDFORD, Ore. – After time in the service and a long career in the mills, at 78 year-old, Jerome Lee would just assume sit back in his easy chair. Instead, he’s bowling at a level above people half his age. “At some point you’re going to have to fall off,” his friend Randy Cochran said. … Continue reading »

Welcome Home: Cook Leads Ducks Romp

MILWAUKEE – Elgin Cook scored a career high 23 points in the return to his hometown, leading Oregon to a 87-68 win over BYU in the second round of the NCAA Tournament. BYU took a 2-0 lead, but the Ducks never trailed after that. Oregon led 39-31 at halftime, and held a comfortable lead until … Continue reading »

Ducks Dance to Milwaukee, BYU Rematch

Oregon Head Coach Dana Altman: Oregon Guards Johnathan Loyd and Damyean Dotson: EUGENE, Ore. — For the second straight year, Oregon is going dancing. The Ducks (23-9) earned a seven seed in the NCAA Tournament and will take on tenth-seeded BYU (23-11) Thursday in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. “A month ago (an NCAA Tournament berth) was out … Continue reading »

Panthers Fall in Title Game Again

PORTLAND, Ore. – It’s déjà vu all over again for the South Medford girls’ basketball team. South lost in the 6A state championship game for the second consecutive season. This time it was Oregon City delivering the blow with a huge 2nd half run. The final score was 57-48. Highlights and postgame reaction is included.

Mazama’s Repeat Bid Comes Up Short

CORVALLIS, Ore. – Mazama was hoping to return to the state championship for the second straight year, but La Salle Prep knocked the Vikings out with a barrage of threes. Highlights and postgame reaction from Vikings head coach Joy Lease is included.

South Medford Going Back to Title Game

PORTLAND, Ore. – For the third straight season, South Medford is going to the state championship. The Panthers withstood a second half rally from Beaverton to win 45-40, securing a spot in the finals against Oregon City.

Four Local Teams Fall in Quarterfinals

Four Southern Oregon boys basketball teams were in action on Thursday in Oregon’s state quarterfinals. All four teams lost. Highlights include South Medford/Jesuit, Eagle Point/West Albany, North Valley/Philomath and Henley/La Grande.

Ducks After Pac-12 Tourney Loss to UCLA

Oregon Head Coach Dana Altman: Oregon Guard Johnathan Loyd: Oregon Guard Joseph Young: Oregon Guard Damyean Dotson: Oregon Forward Mike Moser:

Am. Athlete: Daniel Shao and Sherry Hu

TALENT, Ore. – Moving from one city to another can be tough. Moving to a different country can be frightening, but local couple, who moved to Medford from St. Louis last June, knows just how to make friends: find a club that sponsors table tennis. In China it’s called ping pong. In America, we refer … Continue reading »

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