SPRINGFIELD — After 18 tension-filled innings, Dr. Stewart’s wound up Tuesday night were they started it: in second place in the Area 4 AAA American Legion baseball standings.
There was a very simple message to Dr. Stewart’s players between the top of the fourth and the bottom of the inning Wednesday night at Bill Gray Stadium at Legion Field.
More than 60 athletes have been gathering at Bill Gray Stadium at Legion Field this week in a bid to earn a spot on one of three American Legion baseball teams based out of Roseburg.
There was no fear when the South Umpqua Lancers took the field in the OSAA Class 4A softball semifinals against No. 3 Henley, the defending state champion, on Tuesday in Klamath Falls.
JUNCTION CITY — Centerfielder Aneykah McCall raced across the outfield, extended her glove and set off an ecstatic celebration Friday as South Umpqua punched its ticket to the OSAA Class 4A softball semifinals.
TRI CITY — Step two was a little harder than South Umpqua wanted it to be, but the offense came to the rescue of a nervous pitcher and defense.
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.
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.
Adrienne Powell and Jayda Pieske defeated teammates Alexandra Sandfort and Steffi Early in the final doubles tennis match of the Southwest Conference girls tennis tournament on Saturday at the Umpqua Valley Tennis Center.
Breaking personal records will be the goal for Roseburg High seniors Isabella Hill and Jessica Peterson at the Southwest Conference district track and field tournament this weekend.