There must have been something special in the water when people were voting for The News-Review’s Movie Madness sports movie challenge.
If you are on any form of social media, there is a good chance you have come across a video of 16 multi-colored marbles sprinting down a six-inch wide sand track, complete with audio play-by-play.
As their senior class departed for spring break, administrators at Dumas Independent School District in Tyler, Texas, came up with an idea.
A pair of No. 14 seeds — the original Bad News Bears and Longest Yard movies — pulled off first-round upsets and were among a handful of lower-seeded movies to make it into the Round of 32 in The News-Review’s Movie Madness sports movie challenge.
Dawn had yet to break over the Cascade Mountain foothills as John Waller, Heather Barklow, Jaysen Dunnavant and Abe Long gathered at the Swiftwater Park trailhead of the North Umpqua Trail Sunday morning.
Jo Lane eighth-grader Gage Singleton has earned a spot on the Oregon Middle School National Duals team after winning the 95-pound weight class at an open qualifier Sunday at Sweet Home High School.
Margaret Long of Glide had been approved to join the Pleasant Hill clay target club when the Winston-Dillard School District decided to start a club at Douglas High School.
With six returning starters and some promising newcomers joining the program, the Roseburg High softball team believes it’s capable of making a postseason run this spring.
WINCHESTER — Taylor Stricklin’s time as a member of the Umpqua Community College women’s basketball team is coming to a close.
Both the boys and girls basketball teams from Days Creek are heading to the Class 1A state tournaments in Baker City this week.
It took a village to get William Byrd to the finish line of the Rocky Raccoon 100-mile endurance race in Huntsville, Texas.
RIDDLE — In a Class 1A Skyline League boys basketball matchup between two division leaders, Riddle and Umpqua Valley Christian played a highly-entertaining game Tuesday night.
Kaden Seely was unable to walk, tie his shoes or put socks on in the final months of his sophomore year at Roseburg High School.
Roseburg High School’s career boys basketball scoring record was within reach for Collin Warmouth on Tuesday.