North Looks to South Model of Stability

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 »

Challengers Prep for Familiar Foe

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 »

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Butte Falls Assistant Coach Scott Thompson

Pelicans Set to Defend Skyline Crown

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 »

Comets Seek Year Three Improvement

The Crater Comets are entering their third season since moving up from the 5A to 6A classification. The Comets improved greatly from year one to year two, going 2-8 in 2010, but following that up with a 6-5 record last season. Crater is looking to take the next step this fall and start contending for … Continue reading »

Grants Pass Looks to Make SWC Push

Year after year, the Southwestern Conference is one of the toughest in high school football. With traditional powerhouses like Roseburg and Sheldon, as well as other top programs as South Medford and Thurston, it’s often hard for teams to break into one of the top three spots in the conference. That’s the challenge facing Grants … Continue reading »

Panthers Set Sights High for 2012

The South Medford Panthers were one of the biggest surprises to come out of Southern Oregon in the 2011 football season. South rose as high as number three in the state last year and played Sheldon in a battle of undefeated teams in the final game of the regular season. The Panthers eventually finished the … Continue reading »

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