In their final meeting of the regular season, the North and South Medford boys went back and forth for four quarters. The Panthers came out on top, beating North 58-56. It was South’s first sweep of the Black Tornado since 2009, and the first time they’ve had a four game sweep.
South Medford dominates North Medford to stay perfect in conference. North Valley and Henley will meet in the boys Skyline Conference Championship, while Phoenix will challenge Mazama in the girls. Cascade Christian wins the SCL Championship.
Games include Klamath Union/North Valley girls and boys, Hidden Valley/Phoenix girls and boys, Roseburg/South Medford girls, Eagle Point/Ashland girls and boys, Grants Pass/Crater girls, Chiloquin/St. Mary’s girls and boys and Lakeview/Rogue River boys.
Klamath Union tops Mazama in a back and forth battle between the two Klamath Falls rivals. Henley also wins to keep pace with the Pelicans in the Skyline. The South Medford boys boys girls get wins over Grants Pass to extend their SOC leads. The North Valley boys and Mazama girls get wins to clinch … Continue reading »
MEDFORD, Ore. – South Medford took an early lead and never looked back, beating North Medford 62-51 on Tuesday night. It was the Panthers third win in as many tries against the Black Tornado this season. The win, paired with a Roseburg loss gave South a two game lead in the 6A Southern Oregon Conference.
MEDFORD, Ore. — Oregon is familiar with sports rivalries. There’s the Civil War, and on a smaller scale in Medford, there’s the Black and Blue Game. Most people feel pressured to pick one side, but South Medford’s Mark Winans has worn the black and the blue. “I like North,” Winans said. “I enjoyed my time … Continue reading »
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 »
Scores and highlights from all the local action. Featured games include North Medford/Crater, South Medford/Ashland, Lakeview/Cascade Christian, Grants Pass/Roseburg, Illinois Valley/St. Mary’s and Phoenix/Hidden Valley.
North Valley and Henley entered Tuesday night tied for the Skyline Conference Lead. The Knights topped the Hornets 71-61 to stay in first place. Plus, Jack Bell hits a late three to give Klamath Union the win in our Round Ball Wrap Game of the Night