Taylor Russell has put together two impressive seasons of volleyball at Lane Community College in Eugene.
WINCHESTER — Kolten Mortensen scored 19 points and Cameron Benzel added a double-double as the Umpqua Community College men’s basketball team handed Blue Mountain a 97-67 loss on Sunday on the final day of the Umpqua Invitational.
The Umpqua Community College women’s cross country team, led by freshman Jasmine Lake, finished fifth in the Northwest Athletic Conference Championships on Monday at Saint Martin’s University in Lacey, Washington.
WINCHESTER — Ben Perry scored a game-high 20 points — including 6-for-8 from behind the arc — and every Umpqua player scored at least one basket as the Riverhawks rolled past the Simpson University junior varsity 101-41 Saturday in the second round of the Umpqua Invitational basketball tournament.
Days Creek senior outside hitter/defensive specialist Moriah Michaels was selected the player of the year in the recent Skyline League volleyball all-league voting done by the coaches.
WINCHESTER — Brock Gilbert, Isaac Lungren and Akoi Yout keyed a 10-minute scoring burst to open the second half which lifted the Umpqua Community College men’s basketball team to a season-opening 88-69 win over Big Bend Community College on Friday in the first game of the Umpqua Invitational…
WINCHESTER — The end of the 2018-19 season didn’t go exactly to plan for the Umpqua Riverhawks men’s basketball team.
CAMAS VALLEY — Powder Valley is the lowest remaining seed left among the remaining eight teams in the Oregon Class 1A eight-man high school football playoffs.
WINCHESTER — The 2019-20 Umpqua Community College women’s basketball team was unveiled on Friday afternoon in an exhibition game with the University of Oregon club team.
Several members of Umpqua Valley Gymnastics fared well in last Saturday’s Harvest Invitational, held in the Exhibit Hall at the Douglas County Fairgrounds.
North Douglas placed five players and Yoncalla two on the Class 1A Special District 1 South football all-league first team in voting done by the coaches.
Sutherlin placed seven players on the Class 3A Special District 2 North football all-league first team in voting done by the coaches.
Umpqua Valley Christian, Sutherlin, Glide and Douglas all had players selected to the Class 3A/2A/1A Special District 4 boys soccer all-league first team in voting done by the coaches.
Douglas, Sutherlin and South Umpqua each placed two players on the Class 3A/2A/1A Special District 4 girls soccer all-league first team in voting done by the league’s coaches.
WINCHESTER — With two returning regional placers and a breadth of talent in its incoming freshman class, the Umpqua Community College men’s wrestling team is on point to climb another rung or two on its regional ladder.
The eighth-seeded Sutherlin girls volleyball team capped off a memorable season on Saturday, downing No. 6 Burns in four sets in the fourth-place match in the OSAA Class 3A tournament at Forest Grove High School.
The Days Creek High School volleyball team ended its successful 2019 season on Saturday afternoon with a victory, defeating Country Christian of Molalla in straight sets in the third-place match in the OSAA Class 1A tournament at Ridgeview High School in Redmond.
CAMAS VALLEY — It wasn’t a Hornet-like performance in the first half for the Camas Valley football team at home in its Class 1A eight-man first-round playoff game with Mapleton on Saturday afternoon.
GLIDE — The Oakland Oakers’ game plan was a display of perseverance. It was a game-defining drive in the third quarter where that persistence finally paid its dividend.
Sutherlin had some offensive success against Cascade Christian on Friday night, but the Bulldogs weren’t able to stop the Challengers and had five turnovers.
The Days Creek Wolves will be one of eight teams still alive in the Class 1A eight-man football playoffs by the end of Saturday.
Top-seeded Santiam Christian of Adair Village proved too strong for No. 5 South Umpqua in their OSAA Class 3A volleyball tournament semifinal match, winning in straight sets on Friday night at Forest Grove High School.
Roseburg’s girls cross country team placed 17th in a field of 21 full teams, and Zachary Traul finished 42nd overall individually in the boys race Saturday afternoon at the OSAA Class 6A Cross Country Championships at Lane Community College in Eugene.