MEDFORD, Ore. — North Medford jumped out to a 7-0 lead and played strong defense all night long as the Black Tornado beat South Medford 48-34 in Tuesday’s conference match-up. Check out the highlights and post game reaction from our Round Ball Wrap Game of the Week.
MEDFORD, Ore. — It’s not hard to see that the strength of the South Medford boys basketball team is its size. The third tallest player on the Panthers is as tall as anyone else in the conference. The two guys that stand above the rest are 6’9 Cameron English and 6’8 Hunter Bradford. Having one … Continue reading »
Courtesy: Southern Oregon University Athletics KLAMATH FALLS, Ore. — Men’s Recap: Southern Oregon’s table-turning streak against the Oregon Tech men’s basketball team is still alive after weathering a Lavar Moore storm Saturday night at Danny Miles Court. Just barely. Moore scored 31 points, making six of eight 3-point attempts in the second half, but Eric … Continue reading »
North and South Medford get road wins while Crater falls in overtime at home. Sheldon beats Grants Pass and Ashland gets pummeled by Springfield. On the girls’ side, Crater doesn’t skip a beat at Churchill and St. Mary’s gets a big win at home over Lakeview.
ASHLAND, Ore. — Georgia Williams’s rise to one of the top basketball players in the state was not easy or simple. In fact, her own family overlooked her when she was young. “Her older sister was tall and left-handed and confident,” Malcus Williams said. “We were thinking, ‘wow, this girl’s going to be an athlete,’ … Continue reading »
EUGENE, Ore. — Ducks quarterback Marcus Mariota will not return to the University of Oregon for his senior year so he can enter the NFL. The University of Oregon Athletic Department said the Heisman trophy winner filed paperwork Wednesday morning that makes him eligible for the 2015 NFL draft. We will have more on this … Continue reading »
South Medford defeats Willamette 79-36 on Tuesday night in a Southern Oregon conference game. Check out the highlights from our Round Ball Wrap Game of the Week.
MEDFORD, Ore., — The U.S. Cellular Community Park is celebrating a record breaking year. Research conducted by Medford Parks and Recreation Department shows the facility pumped in more than $10 million to the Medford economy in 2014. The money is credited to an 11% surge in the number of teams traveling to Medford to compete … Continue reading »
Arlington, Tex. — Members of the Oregon football team speak to the media after the the No. 2 Ducks were beaten by No.4 Ohio State 42-20 in the inaugural CFP National Championship at AT&T Stadium. We will update the article with more players and coaches as they become available. Oregon head coach Mark Helfrich, quarterback … Continue reading »