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.
REEDSPORT — The Brave proved why they are the No. 2 team in Class 2A/1A baseball with a decisive victory in the first round of the state playoffs.
Central Catholic pitcher Dylan MacLean kept Roseburg off the scoreboard early and the Rams got enough offense of their own Wednesday to pick up a 6-0 victory in the second round of the OSAA Class 6A baseball playoffs at Joe Etzel Field in Portland.