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 »

SOU Men, OIT Women Win in Ashland

ASHLAND, Ore — For 30 minutes, the SOU and OIT men played to nearly a draw, but the Raiders broke things open late, beating their rivals 86-74 Saturday night at Bob Riehm arena. Eric Thompson led the Raiders with 20 points, while Tim Weber, Kyle Tedder, Dex Daum and Jordan West all hit double digits. … Continue reading »

Kassi Conditt: Amateur AotW

KLAMATH FALLS, Ore. – In sports, success is often based on a matter of inches. For Oregon Tech’s Kassi Conditt the inches. and feet, keep piling up. “The whole motion of throwing is pure technique so if I mess up one thing, that could turn 44 feet into 42 just like that,” said Conditt. “One … Continue reading »

Round Ball Wrap, Feb. 15th

South Medford dominates North Medford to stay perfect in conference. North Valley and Henley will meet in the boys Skyline Conference Championship, while Phoenix will challenge Mazama in the girls. Cascade Christian wins the SCL Championship.

SOU and OIT Look for New Recruits

“I remember one time at the National Tournament,” Oregon Tech head basketball coach Danny Miles said. “I had a German player and we changed our defense in the last ten seconds of the game, and I asked if everyone knew what they were doing, and he was smiling at me. I found out after that … Continue reading »

McKensey Peters: Amateur AotW

MEDFORD, Ore. – McKensey Peters tried every sport in the book, but the North Medford senior dominated the basketball court. Much of her success is due to her competitive nature. “I’m just super competitive,” Peters said. “I think it comes from the heart of course and my teammates that I’ve played with for years and … Continue reading »

Karissa Dixon: Amateur AotW

KLAMATH FALLS, Ore. – Kevin Dixon was on the North Medford girl’s basketball coaching staff from 2006-2010. One of his star pupils was his daughter, Karissa. With Dad always on the sidelines, Karissa admits basketball runs through her blood. “I’ve just been around it so much,” Karissa said. “It’s just kind of second nature almost.” … Continue reading »

Megan Holland: Amateur AotW

Megan Holland has done it all on the volleyball court. She’s been a setter, libero and outside hitter, but only one label really matters to Oregon Tech freshman Megan Holland; volleyball player. “I love it. When we don’t have practices, I just want to be here. It’s basically my life,” said Holland. Within that life … Continue reading »

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