Christina MacDonald holds two records that won’t be broken at Concordia University in Portland.
With most of their starters from last year returning, the Roseburg Indians believe they have the tools to challenge for the Southwest Conference softball title this spring.
Roseburg High’s track and field team has grown in size thanks to a large incoming freshman class and athletes from other sports, who are giving the sport a go for the first time.
GLIDE — With their college choices finalized, Whitney Stone and Allison Michel can now concentrate on helping the Glide softball team make a run in the OSAA Class 3A playoffs this spring.
WINCHESTER — There’s a more immediate concern for Umpqua Community College sophomores Ethan Betts, Jordan Lehrer and Daniel Reno than playing their final home game for the Riverhawks on Saturday.
EUGENE — With no margin for error regarding the outcome, Umpqua found ways to create a margin in the route to victory Wednesday night in a Northwest Athletic Conference Southern Region men’s basketball game at Lane.
OAKLAND — Sean Winn could laugh about a pair of dull scissors after Oakland’s Class 2A boys basketball playoff game with Regis on Saturday.
DAYS CREEK — It was a tale of two halves for Days Creek and Siletz Valley in Wednesday’s Class 1A boys basketball first-round playoff game.
CAMAS VALLEY — It’s not how you start, but how you finish that matters, and Camas Valley has been finishing strong for a couple of weeks now.
WINCHESTER — Gabe Garrett dropped 22 points on Umpqua in the second half of Saturday’s Northwest Athletic Conference Southern Region men’s basketball showdown.
As they have often this season, the Roseburg Indians were where they needed to be as the first quarter wound down: stalking a higher-ranked opponent.
SUTHERLIN — Kyle Bowen took on Pacific’s mountainous post John Keeler late in the first half and the 5-foot-10 North Douglas guard came away with a block-strip that gave the Warriors one more look at the basket before the buzzer went off.