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.
CENTRAL POINT, Ore. – After coming up just short in an upset bid against Tualatin, the Crater Comets will look to regroup this Friday when Oregon City comes to town. It was the Pioneers who ended the Comets season last year, winning 45-22 in the first round of the 6A playoffs. It’s just the second … Continue reading »
EAGLE POINT, Ore. – Eagle Point started the 2012 season with an exclamation point. The Eagles were taking on Mazama and vaulted out of the box with 22 points in the 1st quarter, and by halftime were leading 32-0. The game was played on a neutral site because Eagle Point’s home field is in the … Continue reading »
MEDFORD, Ore – Over the past few years, the North-South rivalry has tipped in favor of the Panthers. To help re-balance the scales, the Black Tornado hired head coach Mike Mitchell in the winter. The main goal for Mitchell is to establish stability in a program that has had six different head coaches in 15 … Continue reading »
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 »
The Klamath Union Pelicans are getting ready to do something they haven’t done in seven decades, defend an outright conference championship. K.U. has made some major strides as a program over the past few years but 2011 was the school’s first outright football conference title since the early 1940s. Now, the Pelicans have their sights … Continue reading »