Roseburg High softball coach Tony Campos wasn’t pleased with how his team finished the first game against South Medford, despite a 7-4 win by the Indians. The start of the nightcap was more to Campos’ liking, though. The Indians exploded for 11 runs in the bottom of the first inning and whipped the Panthers 11-0 in five innings, completing a Southern Oregon Hybrid doubleheader sweep Saturday afternoon at Stewart Park. Roseburg improved to 4-1 in conference play and 8-3 overall, while South dropped to 1-5 and 4-13. The Indians are one game behind North Medford in the SOH race. “We …
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