In two years, American Legion Baseball will change its rules to keep players with college experience from playing in the summer league. Brandon Kamerman explains what that would mean for some current collegiate Legion players.
MEDFORD, Ore. – Monday through Friday, Lt. Mike Budreau is focused on the law. His most important piece of equipment is his firearm. On Saturday and Sunday, it’s his ski. “For years and years, life has basically been police work and water skiing and very little else,” Lt. Budreau says. Budreau started working for the … Continue reading »
DORRIS, Cali. — It takes courage to ride a 600 pound animal. It takes physical strength and competitive spirit. Many adults wouldn’t give it a try, but at eight years old, it’s Lane Vaughan’s favorite thing to do. “When I was three, four and five, I was really scared,” said Vaughan. “Then when I got older, … Continue reading »
MEDFORD, Ore. — Adam Laucis is a CrossFit coach. His goal is simple; change people’s lives. “I really just want to help people on their weight loss journey and become more comfortable in their own bodies,” said Laucis, “better self-esteem, more confidence.” One of those people Laucis has helped is Holly Nickerson, whose friend convinced … Continue reading »
MEDFORD, Ore. — Some people say you can’t teach an old dog new tricks, but Jerry Newcomb disagrees. “I don’t set my standards by anybody else but myself,” Newcomb said. “I challenge myself.” His latest challenge is martial arts. The 53-year-old picked up the sport six months ago, training alongside kids sometimes a third of … Continue reading »
MEDFORD, Ore. — The North Medford softball team got some much needed help from transfer Alexis Barkwell. The junior filled a hole at first base and number two pitcher left by the departure of Kelsey Bartley. Barkwell isn’t your normal transfer, though. She left home in San Diego to live with her aunt and uncle. … Continue reading »
MERLIN, Ore. — The top two girls runners in the state will face off in this weekend’s state championship. Chris Leone take a closer look at the twin driving force behind North Valley’s state title hopes.
MEDFORD, Ore. — Early this spring McLoughlin seventh grader Jaron Emerson added sprinting to his athletic repertoire. A few months later, he was blowing past the competition. “I knew I was fast, but I didn’t think I was the fastest kid out here, but I started catching on,” said Jaron. “Some of the eighth graders … Continue reading »
The Supernova soccer team is made up of girls 15 and under from Klamath Falls, to Northern California, to the Rogue Valley. The team competes against clubs from all over the northwest in a variety of tournaments throughout the year. Newswatch 12’s Brandon Kamerman explains why Supernova is looking outside the region for its next … Continue reading »
KLAMATH FALLS, Ore. – In sports, success is often based on a matter of inches. For Oregon Tech’s Kassi Conditt the inches. and feet, keep piling up. “The whole motion of throwing is pure technique so if I mess up one thing, that could turn 44 feet into 42 just like that,” said Conditt. “One … Continue reading »