OREGON PREP PLAYOFFS
REEDSPORT — Senior catcher Brent Taylor broke up a no-hitter in the seventh inning, but that was all North Douglas could muster as the Warriors dropped an 8-0 decision to Reedsport on Wednesday in the first round of the OSAA Class 2A/1A baseball playoffs.
All it took for the Umpqua Valley Christian Monarchs were a few runs and some solid defense to defeat the Pilot Rock Rockets, 4-2, Wednesday night in the first round of the Class 2A/1A baseball playoffs at Bill Gray Stadium at Legion Field.
OAKLAND — From the first pitch of Wednesday’s OSAA Class 2A/1A first-round playoff game, Oakland High was focused on the positive.
GLIDE — A rocky start didn’t slow down the Glide Wildcats in their first-round game of the OSAA Class 3A baseball playoffs Wednesday.
The Can’t-Hit-Kids brought their whooping sticks to Gilmore Field as Roseburg High’s baseball team doubled its home run count for the season in a 13-1 rout of South Salem in the first-round of the Class 6A playoffs on Monday in Salem.
With a four-game winning streak in hand, the Roseburg Indians head to Salem for the first-round of the OSAA Class 6A baseball playoffs Monday afternoon.
MONROE — Kyto Anderson walked to lead off the seventh and Andrew Harrington singled with two outs to give Oakland a 4-3 victory over Monroe on Friday in the Special District 3 playoff championship game.
Cascade Christian defeated Umpqua Valley Christian 7-5 on Thursday night in a nonleague baseball game at Bill Gray Stadium at Legion Field.
SWEET HOME — The South Umpqua Lancers dropped a 4-3 decision to Sweet Home in nine innings in a Class 4A play-in baseball game on Thursday.
WINSTON — The Douglas Trojans lost 19-7 to the Valley Catholic Valiants on Thursday at Dan Withers Field in a Class 4A baseball play-in game.
Two league champions met at Bill Gray Stadium at Legion Field on Wednesday evening and one of them put on a state championship-worthy show.
TRI CITY — The South Umpqua and Douglas baseball teams are both in Class 4A play-in games on Thursday, and met Monday in a nonleague contest at O'Malley Field.
DRAIN — On a day where baseball games across Douglas County were being rained out due to the persistent drizzle, the parking lot adjacent to North Douglas High School’s diamond was packed on Saturday.