South Umpqua graduate Johnathan Warner was selected as the South most valuable player at the conclusion of the 39th annual Class 4A All-Star Baseball Series at Bill Gray Stadium at Legion Field.
Errors and walks are the bane of every pitcher and both bit the South All-Stars on Saturday as the North posted two seven-run innings and won the opener of the Class 4A All-Star Baseball Series 16-6 in eight innings at Bill Gray Stadium at Legion Field.
Sophomore pitcher Dallas McGill of league champion Reedsport was selected the Special District 5 baseball most valuable player in voting done by the coaches.
Oakland High seniors JP Redfield and Andrew Harrington were both honored by Class 2A/1A baseball coaches after being selected to the all-state first team.
Sutherlin junior pitcher Cade Meisner and South Umpqua senior catcher Taylor Gross were third-team selections in the recent Class 4A baseball all-state voting.
Parker Patterson and Johnathan Warner of South Umpqua were selected to play on the South team for the annual Oregon Class 4A All-Star Baseball Series, which will be held Father's Day weekend at Bill Gray Stadium at Legion Field.
Umpqua Valley Christian junior Jacob Luther was named Class 2A/1A Special District 4 baseball player of the year by the league’s coaches.
Oakland senior shortstop/pitcher JP Redfield was selected the player of the year in Special District 3 baseball in voting done by the coaches.
South Umpqua junior pitcher Tayah Kelley shared co-most valuable player honors in the Far West League softball all-league voting by the coaches.
REEDSPORT — Bandon provided a shocker, eliminating second-seeded Reedsport from the OSAA Class 2A/1A baseball playoffs on Friday with a 2-0 victory in nine innings.
MT. ANGEL — Fifth-seeded Kennedy built a six-run lead and defeated No. 13 Oakland, 6-3, on Friday in a quarterfinal game of the OSAA Class 2A/1A baseball playoffs.