PORTLAND, Ore. – It’s déjà vu all over again for the South Medford girls’ basketball team. South lost in the 6A state championship game for the second consecutive season. This time it was Oregon City delivering the blow with a huge 2nd half run. The final score was 57-48. Highlights and postgame reaction is included.
KLAMATH FALLS, Ore. – Last year the Mazama Vikings girls’ basketball team finished 27-2 and won the 4A state championship. They did it with a one-day-at-a-time mentality. The Vikings know what their coach expects. Five of the current players were with Coach Joy Lease when the team won the championship last year. “What I learned … Continue reading »
The final Friday of the regular season for the 4A-6A featured a pair of high-profile rivalries. South Medford owned the “Black and Blue” series. Both the Panthers girls and the Panthers boys beat the Black Tornado. In Eagle Point, the Eagles boys outlasted Ashland while the Grizzly girls beat the Lady Eagles. Also in the … Continue reading »
EAGLE POINT, Ore. – The Eagle Point football team finished 5-5 this season. The Eagles failed to reach the state tournament. The basketball team, however, is destined for greater things. After defeating Ashland on Friday night, the Eagles are 20-3. Jorge Quintero’s been on the football field and basketball court for three full seasons. His … Continue reading »
The Round Ball Wrap, normally featuring primarily high school basketball, takes a closer look at NAIA college basketball as Danny Miles goes for 1,000 wins for the second time. The Oregon Tech men’s basketball team was at Northwest Christian, a team the Owls already beat by 19 at home. Meanwhile, other highlights include North Medford … Continue reading »
MEDFORD, Ore. – At the beginning of the night, South Medford and Grants Pass were battling for 2nd place in the Southern Oregon Conference. By the end of the game, the Panthers were tied for 1st place. Roseburg upset North Medford on Tuesday leaving the winner of the game at South Medford in a tie … Continue reading »