Playoff action from all over the state. South Medford is at home versus Beaverton, Crater’s on the road at Century, Lakeview/Paisley is at Santiam Christian and Ashland is at West Albany. Also, we’ll take a look at tomorrow’s games, including North Valley and Cascade Christian. Plus, a quick look ahead to college football, including the … Continue reading »
Scores and highlights from the play-in round in the 6A, 5A and 4A. Games include North Medford at Clackamas, Corvallis at Ashland and Eagle Point at Crescent Valley.
It’s the last week of the regular season for the 4A-6A and some rivalry games highlight the action. Those games include Crater at South Medford, Eagle Point at Ashland, North Valley at Hidden Valley, Grants Pass at Sheldon, Mazama at Klamath Union, Phoenix at Henley and Rogue River at Cascade Christian.
Games include: Black & Blue Game, South Eugene at Crater, Roseburg at Grants Pass, Ashland at Willamette, Hidden Valley at Klamath Union, Phoenix at North Valley, Henley at Mazama, Illinois Valley at Cascade Christian, Bonanza at Rogue River and Gilchrist at Butte Falls.
On many Saturday nights at Spiegelberg Stadium in Medford, St. Mary’s senior Jake Isola is playing football for the Crusaders. However, on this past Saturday, he donned the headset to coach a team of girls from St. Mary’s against a team from their rival, Cascade Christian. While the powder puff game was fun and entertaining, … Continue reading »
Sheldon continues its dominance of the Southwest Conference. North Medford keeps Thurston close. Grants Pass wins their third league game. Marist continues its stranglehold on the Midwestern League. Ashland gets a home rout. The two favorites in the Skyline Conference go head to head in Klamath Falls.
MEDFORD, Ore. – The Cascade Christian Challengers won 20 games over the last two years. They’ve had success, but not against Santiam Christian. Out of the Challengers’ six losses between 2010 and 2011, four have come at the hands of the Eagles. In fact, the Challengers made the 3A semi-finals each of the last two … Continue reading »