OAKLAND — Caidyn Cunningham had a lot on his plate this past week, more than most high school juniors deal with.
WINCHESTER — Defense is about commitment, hustle and communication and Umpqua has made a concerted effort to be known for its defense on the volleyball court over the past three years.
SUTHERLIN — Food and fishing took precedence over the final score at the end of the nonconference football game between Douglas and Sutherlin on Friday night.
Roseburg High School will unveil the newly redone Finlay Field on Friday as the football team hosts Reynolds in its home opener.
This week’s eight-man football game between Yoncalla and Camas Valley has been moved from Friday to Saturday due to an officials shortage, according to Yoncalla coach Matt Bragg.
TRI CITY — It doesn’t really matter who did it, but when the Twitter handle @Oregon3Apredict suggested that Dayton was to defeat South Umpqua on Friday night — by 34 points in a shutout, no less — they did S.U. coach Steve Stebbins a favor.
Prior to the first play from scrimmage, Roseburg received a 5-yard penalty for having too many players on the field. That was just the start of its troubles.
Briley Knight had a hit Tuesday night for the Corvallis Knights of the West Coast League at Goss Stadium at Coleman Field.
Garrett Russell walked slowly to center field, plucked a bit of grass and looked at the blue wall that had his back all summer.
Now Roseburg’s Dr. Stewart’s will have to do it the hard way if they’re to do something special in the American Legion AAA state tournament this weekend.