League rivalries continue on another edition of Roundball Wrap. Games include South Medford/Crater, Grants Pass/North Medford, Roseburg/Eagle Point, North Valley/Hidden Valley, St. Mary’s/Rogue River and then college games as SOU hosts Warner Pacific.
With first place in the Southern Oregon Conference on the line, the South Medford and Roseburg boys battled back and forth through three overtimes, with the Panthers eventually winning 73-66. South had a 10 point lead early in the third, but went 11 minutes of game time without a field goal. The Indians took control … Continue reading »
MEDFORD, Ore. – McKensey Peters tried every sport in the book, but the North Medford senior dominated the basketball court. Much of her success is due to her competitive nature. “I’m just super competitive,” Peters said. “I think it comes from the heart of course and my teammates that I’ve played with for years and … Continue reading »
MEDFORD, Ore. – Matt Toreson made two free throws with 1.8 seconds left in double overtime to give South Medford a 65-64 win over crosstown rival North Medford in the Abby’s Holiday Tournament finals game on Saturday. The Panthers led by as many as 11 in the second half, but the Black Tornado closed regulation … Continue reading »
It was Day 2 of the Abby’s Holiday Classic at South Medford High School. It was also the continuation of the Southern Oregon Subaru Christmas Classic at Cascade Christian High School. Semi-finals highlights include Redmond/South Medford, Dayton/Cascade Christian, Santiam Christian/North Valley and Mazama/Eagle Point in the girls’ bracket.
With Christmas in the rearview mirror, the basketball season moves into another gear. Big holiday tournaments kicked off around the country, including the Abby’s Holiday Classic, the Southern Oregon Subaru Christmas Classic and the Title IX Holiday Invitational in Washington, D.C. Highlights in this segment include Redmond/North Medford boys, North Salem/South Medford boys, North Valley/Illinois … Continue reading »
For a basketball player coming from such a small school, Caleb Allen is putting up some big numbers. However, the junior is quick to defer the praise he receives. “I think I get way too much credit for what’s going on at this program,” said said. “It all starts off with who brings up the … Continue reading »