MEDFORD, Ore. — It’s not hard to see that the strength of the South Medford boys basketball team is its size. The third tallest player on the Panthers is as tall as anyone else in the conference. The two guys that stand above the rest are 6’9 Cameron English and 6’8 Hunter Bradford. Having one … Continue reading »
MEDFORD, Ore. — Wednesday was national signing day for basketball and two South Medford girls basketball players are headed to Division I schools. Keyari Sleezer signed with Pepperdine while Andee Ritter will play for UC Irvine. Sleezer averaged nearly 13 points per game as a junior, flourishing with more playing time. Ritter was averaging 14 … Continue reading »
ASHLAND, Ore. -Five years ago SOU assistant basketball coach Brant Minor put together a 17-under summer league team for local high school basketball players. It started as a way of recruiting talent from around Oregon to eventually join the Raiders, but it turned into a whole lot more than that. “I got approached by Brant … Continue reading »
South Medford beats South Salem 46-35 to advance to the 6A Semifinals. In the 4A, defending state champs Mazama beat Philomath, but the other two Southern Oregon teams in the field, Henley and Brookings-Harbor, lose in the first round
Local high schools looked to earn a trip to the state tournament on Friday night. South Medford beat conference foe Roseburg to advance to the 6A Tournament, while Henley and Mazama moved on to the 4A Tournament in Corvallis
South Medford stays ahead of North in the 6A Southern Oregon Conference as both teams win on Friday night. Cascade Christian edges St. Mary’s in our Round Ball Wrap Game of the Week. Highlights from 12 local games.
The North Medford boys strike first in the Black and Blue Series, beating South 57-49. The South girls cruise by North. Crater tops Roseburg in overtime. Eagle Point routs North Valley while the Phoenix girls upset Mazama.
The #1 South Medford girls beat Jaime Nared and Westview 64-54, while the South Medford boys lose to Thurston. #2 Southern Oregon loses a back and forth thriller against Northwest Christian and new head coach Luke Jackson.
MEDFORD, Ore. — Ashley Bolston scored 32 points and Andee Ritter added 24 as the South Medford girls beat Willamette 83-55 on Friday night. Both teams entered the game ranked #1 in the state, the Panthers in the 6A, the Wolverines in the 5A.
South Medford earned a first round playoff win over North Salem, winning 78-60. Eagle Point also advanced to the round of 16 with a 55-44 win over Springfield. The North Medford boys, Crater boys and Eagle Point girls all were eliminated on Tuesday.