MEDFORD, Ore.--With coaching ties to South Medford High School, Southern Oregon University and Oregon State University, Medford's Singler family has a shot at three championships entering the weekend.
South Medford and SOU have simultaneously been the Rogue Valley's biggest success stories this football season.
Panthers head coach Bill Singler has led the school to its first ever state semifinal appearance and are a win away from an appearance in the state title game. Bill's son, Jack, has helped the Raiders to an undefeated season into the quarterfinal round of the NAIA playoffs.
While times have been tougher for Oregon State and Bill's oldest son, Mitch, the Civil War rivalry game against Oregon presents the Beavers with their own championship opportunity.
NewsWatch 12's Jake Garcia sat down with all three coaches to find out what a trio of wins would mean to the family.
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