KLAMATH FALLS, Ore. – Last year the Mazama Vikings girls’ basketball team finished 27-2 and won the 4A state championship. They did it with a one-day-at-a-time mentality. The Vikings know what their coach expects. Five of the current players were with Coach Joy Lease when the team won the championship last year. “What I learned … Continue reading »
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 »
The 6A-4A classifications feature the play-in round, but only one Southern Oregon team hosted a play-in game. Henley hosted Douglas while Mazama was on the road at Elmira and North Valley was at North Marion. Other highlights include Roseburg/Barlow, Cascade Christian/Lakeview and Eagle Point/Wilsonville. Also included are highlights from Oregon State’s Friday night game versus … Continue reading »
North Medford wins the outright SWC title after beating Roseburg 14-10. Ashland also wins an outright championship and finishes the regular season undefeated with a 33-17 win over Eagle Point. Sheldon beats Grants Pass, South avoids the play-in round with a win over Crater while Klamath Union and Henley split the Skyline Conference Title.
The 6A Southwestern League and the 4A Skyline Conference both entered the day with multiple undefeated teams. By the end of the day, there was only one undefeated in each conference. Games include Roseburg/South Medford, North Medford/Thurston, Grants Pass/South Eugene, Sheldon/Crater, Ashland/North Eugene, Klamath Union/North Valley, Mazama/Phoenix, Hidden Valley/Henley, North Lake/Butte Falls.
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.
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 »