MERRILL — Nic Freeman scored 12 points and grabbed seven boards to help Oakland to a 43-30 victory over Lost River Friday night in a Mountain View Conference boys basketball games.
YONCALLA — John Keeler scored 22 points in three quarters and Pacific overcame Yoncalla 57-35 in a Skyline League boys basketball game on Friday at Duncan Court.
DIXONVILLE — The Umpqua Valley Christian Monarchs picked up their first Skyline League win in two seasons with a 56-49 victory over visiting Camas Valley in a boys basketball game Friday night.
YONCALLA — Shorthanded Yoncalla got even shorter-handed when two players fouled out in Friday's 41-24 loss to Pacific High in a Skyline League girls basketball game.
EUGENE — Jalen Robles' game-high 19 points was not enough as Roseburg dropped a 45-42 Southwest Conference girls basketball matchup on the road to South Eugene.
DAYS CREEK — The Days Creek Wolves nipped visiting New Hope Christian 34-32 in a tight Skyline League girls basketball game Friday night.
PLEASANT HILL — Glide's Kyler Leischner scored a game-high 26 points and tallied six blocks to lead the Wildcats to a 61-50 victory over host Pleasant Hill in a Mountain Valley Conference boys basketball game Friday night.
DRAIN — Top-ranked North Douglas picked up its 16th straight win Friday night, routing Powers 55-17 in a Skyline League girls basketball game.
For 31 minutes Friday night, the Southwest Conference boys basketball game at Robertson Memorial Gym was there for the Roseburg Indians to take.
PLEASANT HILL — Glide couldn't finish in the fourth quarter and Pleasant Hill ended the game with a run to take a 49-45 victory over the Wildcats in a Mountain Valley Conference girls basketball game.
MERRILL — Lost River outscored Oakland 14-8 in the fourth quarter on Friday to pick up a 39-28 Mountain View Conference girls basketball win.
SUTHERLIN — The Sutherlin wrestling team recorded seven falls and defeated Elmira 55-21 Thursday in a Sky-Em League dual meet at the Dog Pound.
ASHLAND — Craig Howard, the head football coach who raised the bar at Southern Oregon University and earned the love of his team for the family culture he instilled, passed away Thursday night in his home. He was 64.
WINCHESTER — Where would the Umpqua Community College women’s basketball team be at this point of the season without Tasia Bilbrew?