KEIZER — Henley won its third OSAA Class 4A baseball championship in four years Saturday with a 3-2 victory over Estacada at Volcanoes Stadium.
KEIZER — Knappa High finally faced a team from outside Special District 3 in the OSAA 2A/1A baseball playoffs and the defending state champions didn’t have an answer for top-ranked Burns in a 4-3 championship game loss at Volcanoes Stadium.
BONANZA — Senior Mikayla Bean batted 3-for-3 with an RBI Friday, but No. 11-seeded Oakland couldn’t create enough offense against No. 3 Bonanza as the Antlers secured a 2-1 victory in the quarterfinals of OSAA Class 2A/1A softball playoffs.
DRAIN — The North Douglas softball team used a big inning to eliminate Irrigon in the first round of the OSAA Class 2A/1A playoffs on Wednesday.
GRANTS PASS — There was never any doubt in the Lancers’ dugout on Saturday. Every one of the softball players knew they would battle to the final out of the OSAA 4A play-in game against Mazama at Grants Pass High School.
DRAIN — The North Douglas softball team earned the top seed in Special District 3 with a 9-0 win over Oakland Thursday in the championship game of the league playoffs.
TRI CITY — Hazel Buchanan’s brown eyes light up when she sees Hunter Buchanan walk up as if her own personal sun has just risen.
EUGENE — Stefan Ball and Lucas Ball won the doubles title, leading the Roseburg boys tennis team to second place in the Southwest Conference district tournament on Saturday.
The Indians faced a gut-check after dropping the first game 1-0 to North Medford in eight innings and falling behind 2-0 to start the second game.
BROOKINGS — Douglas High catcher Saraha Johnson smacked a two-run double in the first and belted a two-run homer in the fourth Tuesday as the Trojans did exactly what they wanted in taking a 15-0 victory against Brookings-Harbor in a Far West League softball tune-up for Friday’s showdown wit…
WINSTON — With everything starting to come together for the Douglas Trojans, a rainout in Game 2 of Friday’s Far West League doubleheader with North Bend was more a minor disappointment than any cause for concern.
OAKLAND — Whether it was at the plate, from the mound, or on the basepaths, the Oakland High School softball team pressured the Crow Cougars across the diamond.
COOS BAY — South Umpqua won its fourth straight as the Lancers swept a Far West League baseball doubleheader over Marshfield on Friday.
Jim Titus and Dave York are happy to be back coaching baseball this spring at their respective Douglas County high schools.