Roseburg fared well in the all-Southwest Conference baseball voting, placing four players on the first team.
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.
Several Douglas County small school baseball and softball teams will be involved in OSAA first-round playoff games on Wednesday.
Roseburg’s defense was on point, even if junior ace Zack Mandera may not have had his best stuff on the mound, and brothers Jett and Brody Black drove in enough runs to keep the Indians’ baseball season moving right along.
OAKLAND — The Oakland High baseball team punched its ticket to the Class 2A playoffs with two unearned runs in the bottom of the seventh inning as the Oakers edged North Douglas 4-3 on Saturday in a Special District 3 playoff game.
MERRILL — The Irish lived to play another day after defeating Glendale, 7-5, in the Class 2A Special District 4 playoffs at Lost River High School.
Umpqua Valley Christian beat Lost River, 14-12, in the Special District 4 championship game Tuesday night at Bill Gray Stadium at Legion Field and advanced to the Class 2A/1A baseball playoffs.
RIDDLE — The Riddle baseball team moved a step closer toward a Class 2A/1A state playoff berth with a 3-0 win over North Lake on Tuesday in a Special District 4 playoff game.