Roseburg led for more than 25 minutes in Tuesday’s nonconference girls basketball game against Ashland, but ultimately fell 41-37 at Stewart W. Robertson Memorial Gymnasium.
Roseburg High’s girls basketball season started with a 46-33 nonconference loss to Eagle Point on Wednesday at Robertson Memorial Gym despite a strong defensive effort by the Tribe.
Pacific won the Class 1A boys basketball state title — and the Skyline League crown — before graduating five seniors at the end of last season.
Greg Gibby hasn’t stepped on the floor or field in a Roseburg High uniform in his four years at the school, but the senior may have been the most influential member of both the football and boys basketball programs the school has had.
TRI CITY — Before Sydnie Johnson delivered the first serve of the match, Irrigon had the appearance of a team that would be scrappy, but unlikely to derail South Umpqua from its pursuit of a Class 3A playoff victory.
GOLD HILL — South Umpqua sophomore Haven Pickup fell just short in her bid to make it to the Class 3A/2A/1A girls state cross country championships.
Eliza Eckman will be the lone Roseburg representative for the cross country teams after a seventh-place finish at the Southwest Conference district meet Wednesday at Stewart Park in Roseburg.