Brandon Kamerman

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Name: Brandon Kamerman
Date registered: July 20, 2012

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  1. New Rogues GM Focused On Community — March 23, 2015
  2. Beavers Upset By Gonzaga on Home Court — March 22, 2015
  3. Déjà Vu: Ducks Knocked Out By Badgers — March 22, 2015
  4. Rasmussen Throws First OSU Perfect Game — March 21, 2015
  5. Beavers to Host Opening Round of NCAA’s — March 16, 2015

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Young Buries Game-Winner Against Utah

Courtesy: LAS VEGAS — Joseph Young’s three-pointer with 1.1 seconds left helped the Oregon men’s basketball team beat No. 17 Utah on Friday in the Pac-12 Tournament semifinals at the MGM Grand Garden Arena, 67-64. How It Happened: The game was tightly contested for the entire 40 minutes, with neither team leading by more … Continue reading »

Henley Heads to 4A State Championship

PORTLAND, Ore. — Henley is heading to the OSAA 4A girls state championship on Saturday after a 52-38 win against Valley Catholic on Friday. Henley overcame a two-point deficit at halftime, amping up the stifling defense that saw the Hornets limit Banks to 18 points in the quarterfinals. Henley only allowed one point to the … Continue reading »

Raiders Roll to Elite 8

Courtesy: SOU Sports Information POINT LOOKOUT, Mo. – While lamenting their imperfections after Thursday’s first-round upset of Midland (Neb.) at the NAIA Division II Tournament, members of the Southern Oregon coaching staff joked that they might have the worst 25-win team in the nation. On Friday afternoon at Keeter Gymnasium, the 21st-ranked Raiders marched into … Continue reading »

SOU Women Upset in Sweet 16

Courtesy: SOU Sports Information SIOUX CITY, Iowa – The Southern Oregon women’s basketball team wake up fast enough Friday morning to stop the “Cinderella” narrative that followed Tabor (Kan.) into the second round of the NAIA Tournament from being reinforced. The unranked Blue Jays pulled off their second stunner in as many games at the … Continue reading »

Hornets Advance, Knights Knocked Out

PORTLAND, Ore. — The Henley Hornets are headed to the 4A girls semifinals after stifling Banks 39-18 on Thursday. Henley held Banks to only eight points in the 2nd half en route to the 21-point win. The Hornets will play #3 Valley Catholic on Friday. At Century High School, the 3rd-seeded North Valley Knights were … Continue reading »

Young Powers Ducks to Pac-12 Semis

Courtesy: LAS VEGAS — With a crisp clap of his hands and a tight smile, Dana Altman expressed both confidence and concern. “We’re all right,” Altman told the Ducks as they brought the ball upcourt after being smacked in the mouth by Colorado on Thursday night. The Buffaloes, who played one night earlier, scored … Continue reading »

Panthers Shocked By Roseburg in Quarters

For the first time all season, the South Medford girls basketball team lost to a team in Oregon. It happened to come in the OSAA 6A State Tournament against a team the Panthers already beat twice this season. Keyari Sleezer’s half-court shot came up just short and South fell 52-51 to the Indians. Lauren Orndoff … Continue reading »

SOU Men Join Women in NAIA Sweet 16

Courtesy: SOU Sports Information POINT LOOKOUT, Mo. – Tim Weber (Roseburg, Ore./Roseburg) drove to the basket and dumped off a pass to Jordan West (Gymea Bay, Australia/Port Hacking) for the game-winning layup with 1.6 seconds left, leading the Southern Oregon men’s basketball team to a 73-71 upset of the 10th-seeded Midland (Neb.) Warriors in the … Continue reading »

Beavers Lose in Pac-12 Tournament Opener

Courtesy: Oregon State University Athletic Communications LAS VEGAS, Nev. – Junior guard Gary Payton II and sophomore guard Malcolm Duvivier scored 17 points each but the Beavers fell 78-71 to Colorado on Wednesday in the opening round of the Pacific-12 Conference tournament at the MGM Grand Garden Arena. Junior forward Olaf Schaftenaar added 16 for … Continue reading »

North Medford Falls in Boys Quarterfinal

PORTLAND, Ore. — In Wednesday night’s OSAA 6A Boys Quarterfinal, #7 North Medford trailed #2 Central Catholic by one after the 1st quarter; the two were tied after two quarters; and tied again after three quarters, but the Rams pulled away in the 4th quarter for a 52-44 win, eliminating the Black Tornado from the … Continue reading »

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