High school coaches and administrators in Douglas County who spoke with The News-Review on Thursday had mostly positive reactions to the Oregon School Activities Association’s announcement on the condensed 2020-21 sports year due to the coronavirus pandemic.
High school football and other fall sports in Oregon will be moved to 2021 after the Oregon School Activities Association announced Wednesday afternoon it will shift and condense its 2020-21 sports calendar.
After the most recent rounds of guidelines and recommendations from Gov. Kate Brown and the Oregon Health Authority, Roseburg High School has announced that all summer athletic workouts have been suspended indefinitely.
There’s good and bad baseball being played at times by the teams involved in the Douglas County high school summer league.
The latest update from the Oregon School Activities Association regarding high school sports in the fall has left two local high school athletic directors with a sense of hope, but still feeling like there are more questions than answers.
The Douglas County high school summer league had to take a week off from games at Bill Gray Legion Stadium at Champion Car Wash Field because of coronavirus concerns, but returned to action this week and plans to finish out its revised season — barring any health issues.
YONCALLA — For a fifth consecutive season, the Yoncalla High School boys basketball program will have a new voice leading the team.
South Umpqua’s Steve Stebbins and Oakland’s Ben Lane are head coaches in two sports — football and baseball — at their respective Douglas County schools.
If the 2020 Oregon high school football season starts on time — that’s certainly a big if because of the coronavirus — the Roseburg Indians open on Sept. 4 with a nonconference game against the Summit Storm in Bend to kick off Dave Heuberger’s fifth year as head coach.
After elevating her lacrosse game at Roseburg High School, Emma Robbins is excited about continuing the sport at Linfield College in McMinnville.
Kevin Shafer is stepping away from baseball and Cali Brown is stepping into her first head volleyball coaching position.
OAKLAND — On his 18th birthday, Wyatt Smith plans to make an unofficial run at the school record in the 800 meters Saturday at Eddy Field.
We haven’t had the opportunity to put names like Shalyn Gray (South Umpqua), Nicki Derrick (North Douglas), KC Pettibone (Umpqua Valley Christian) and Spencer Six (Roseburg) on our sports page this spring, with no high school games or meets being held because of the coronavirus pandemic.
Glide High School was one of four Oregon schools to recently receive grant money through the OSAA Foundation Participation Grant program. The funds will be designated for use on the school's track renovation project.
Roseburg’s Gracious Lusby was expected to be one of the top returning sprinters in Class 6A girls track and field this spring following a strong junior season in 2019.
The first player in Dave Stricklin’s 2020 women’s basketball recruiting class at Umpqua Community College is a familiar face around central Douglas County.
Roseburg High School distance runner Zach Traul will be heading to the warm climate in Southern California for college and sports.
The 68th annual Oregon East-West Shrine All-Star Football game, featuring the top graduated high school seniors in classes 4A, 3A, 2A and 1A, has been canceled due to the coronavirus.
Mayah Pappas won’t leave Roseburg High School as one of the greatest track and field athletes in school history.
Ethan Palmer never would’ve envisioned being a member of the Roseburg High School cheer and stunt team could lead to a college scholarship.
The South Umpqua High School girls basketball team and Reedsport baseball squad were both recipients of the Les Schwab Tires Team of the Month for April in Oregon.
Roseburg High School seniors Rainey Lambert and Bethany Foster will continue their swimming careers at Southwestern Oregon Community College next fall.
Since we have no high school games or meets to cover this spring sports season because of the coronavirus, I thought it would be fun to go back 30 years and share with you what transpired in Douglas County.
After a four-year wrestling career at Roseburg High School, senior Tristin David has made the decision to continue grappling on the mat at the college level.