New Rogues GM Focused On Community

MEDFORD, Ore. — Two years ago the Medford Rogues became the most recent in a long line of college and minor league baseball teams in the Rogue Valley: the Riverdawgs, the Timberjacks and of course the Medford A’s. The Rogues quickly hired Chuck Heeman as general manager. Heeman had a long history in professional baseball, … Continue reading »

Beavers Upset By Gonzaga on Home Court

Courtesy: Oregon State Athletic Communications CORVALLIS, Ore. — The Oregon State women’s basketball team’s quest for its first Sweet 16 berth since 1983 fell short on Sunday as Gonzaga knocked off the Beavers 76-64 in the second round of the NCAA Tournament before a crowd of 5,071 at Gill Coliseum. The Bulldogs (26-7) broke a … Continue reading »

Rasmussen Throws First OSU Perfect Game

Courtesy: Oregon State Athletic Communications CORVALLIS, Ore. – There were 2,785 fans at Goss Stadium at Coleman Field on Saturday afternoon. It’s doubtful that any of them could have expected they would be fortunate to witness history when they stepped into the stadium. That they did, however, as Drew Rasmussen became the first Oregon State … Continue reading »

Henley’s Comeback Falls Short

HILLSBORO, Ore. — The Henley Hornets were the 28th team to try and beat Sutherlin this year, but just like the other 27 before them, they came up just short, losing 51-46 in the OSAA 4A State Championship. Henley, despite being held to just 20 points in the first three quarters, scored 26 in the … Continue reading »

Henley Heads to 4A State Championship

PORTLAND, Ore. — Henley is heading to the OSAA 4A girls state championship on Saturday after a 52-38 win against Valley Catholic on Friday. Henley overcame a two-point deficit at halftime, amping up the stifling defense that saw the Hornets limit Banks to 18 points in the quarterfinals. Henley only allowed one point to the … Continue reading »

Hornets Advance, Knights Knocked Out

PORTLAND, Ore. — The Henley Hornets are headed to the 4A girls semifinals after stifling Banks 39-18 on Thursday. Henley held Banks to only eight points in the 2nd half en route to the 21-point win. The Hornets will play #3 Valley Catholic on Friday. At Century High School, the 3rd-seeded North Valley Knights were … Continue reading »

Panthers Shocked By Roseburg in Quarters

For the first time all season, the South Medford girls basketball team lost to a team in Oregon. It happened to come in the OSAA 6A State Tournament against a team the Panthers already beat twice this season. Keyari Sleezer’s half-court shot came up just short and South fell 52-51 to the Indians. Lauren Orndoff … Continue reading »

North Medford Falls in Boys Quarterfinal

PORTLAND, Ore. — In Wednesday night’s OSAA 6A Boys Quarterfinal, #7 North Medford trailed #2 Central Catholic by one after the 1st quarter; the two were tied after two quarters; and tied again after three quarters, but the Rams pulled away in the 4th quarter for a 52-44 win, eliminating the Black Tornado from the … Continue reading »

Ducks Sweep St. John’s at PK Park

Courtesy: EUGENE, Ore. – Oregon and St. John’s battled back and forth in a wild one on Sunday at PK Park before a late Shaun Chase home run gave the Ducks the 8-6 win and the series sweep of St. John’s. How It Happened: The Ducks (13-2) were able to break a 6-6 tie … Continue reading »

Panthers, Comets Headed to State

MEDFORD, Ore. — The South Medford Panthers did what they’ve done for five straight years: earn a trip to the 6A state tournament. South Medford rolled past Glencoe 74-48 on Saturday clinching a spot in the quarterfinals where they will face a familiar opponent, Roseburg. The Panthers received 49 points from Julissa Tago and Keyari … Continue reading »

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