The Legacy of 1,000 Wins, Part 1

KLAMATH FALLS, Ore. – Oregon Tech head coach Danny Miles is one of two men’s basketball coaches to reach 1,000 career wins. What’s the formula for building 1,000 wins? For Miles, it started with a very modest beginning. “That year I remember we went 0-9 in football as an assistant,” he said, “1-21 in basketball … Continue reading »

Miles Joins Elite 1,000 Win Club

Courtesy: Oregon Tech Athletics SALEM, Ore. –  Oregon Tech’s Danny Miles became just the second men’s basketball coach at a four-year level to reach 1,000 career victories when his Hustlin’ Owls ran past Corban University, 71-51, in men’s Cascade Conference basketball in front of a near capacity crowd at the C.E Jeffers Sports Center tonight … Continue reading »

Round Ball Wrap, January 31st

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 »

OIT Falls to COI, #Miles1000 Has to Wait

KLAMATH FALLS, Ore. – The excitement and celebration will have to wait. Oregon Tech’s first chance to deliver head coach Danny Miles his 1,000th career win was unfulfilled. The Owls lost at home to (14) College of Idaho 79-65 stalling the inevitable at least six days. Duncan Schramm finished with 20 points, but C of … Continue reading »

Round Ball Wrap, January 24th

A number of battles for 1st place highlight this week’s Round Ball Wrap, but none of them compared to the battle for the top spot in the Cascade Collegiate Conference. Highlights include Southern Oregon and College of Idaho’s double overtime game, North Medford/Crater, Roseburg/Grants Pass, Klamath Union/Eagle Point, Henley/Phoenix and North Valley/Hidden Valley.

Round Ball Wrap, January 10th

The South Medford boys take out Roseburg in a close battle while Grants Pass continues to roll against Crater. Plus, our Game of the Week features the experienced Eagle Point Eagles versus the youth of Hidden Valley.

Amateur Athlete: Grace Jovanovic

Typically injuries are not a good thing for athletes, but for Grace Jovanovic, a broken arm set her on a path to greatness. Jovanovic is entering her junior year at St. Mary’s. She’s one of the top swimmers in the state despite the fact that swimming wasn’t even her first or second sport. “I was … Continue reading »

Amateur Athlete: Tyson Morris

PHOENIX, Ore. – Tyson Morris is entering his second year as the starting point guard for the Phoenix Pirates. He already made an impact last year being named 2nd team All-Skyline Conference, but Tyson is about much more than basketball. The Phoenix Pirates know point guards. Following Alex Young’s extraordinary career with the Pirates, Tyson … Continue reading »

Amateur Athlete – Jacob Acree

MEDFORD, Ore. – Kids tend to ask a lot of questions, and Jacob Acree’s inquisitive mind is a big reason he’s one of the best at his sport. “Along with two of his brothers, he used to be the batboy for the Southern Oregon Riverdawgs,” his father Steve Acree said. “What Jacob would like to … Continue reading »

Friday Night Blitz, November 15th

The OSAA football playoffs are already in the 2nd round and only seven Southern Oregon teams remain. Four of those teams were in action tonight. Highlights from the Friday Night Blitz include Oregon City/North Medford, Grants Pass/Tigard and Ashland/Roosevelt.

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