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23 hrs ago | Medford Mail Tribune
Players with ties to the Rogue Valley dominated season-ending all-conference voting in Cascade Collegiate Conference women's basketball.
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Yesterday | Statesman Journal
It's possible that someday the question won't be where is Crosshill Christian High School, but about where the teams from the school have been.
Wednesday | Statesman Journal
The club also named its swimming senior athletes of the year, Perry Groves of McNary and Heather Williams of Sprague.
Wednesday | OregonLive.com
Portland-area high schools have begun announcing their 2014 Rose Festival princesses.
It wasn't that long ago that Jesuit was flying so far under the Oregon 6A girls basketball radar the Crusaders weren't any more visible than any other also-ran in the state.
As one of the surprise teams in Class 5A girls basketball, Putnam has had to reassess its goals on the fly this season.
Powder Valley's Quin Stepens and Brock Jones fight for a rebound during a 84-43 win Saturday.
Passed off as a No. 8 seed at the Reser's Tournament of Champions, he was seen as a non-threat.
Bonanza senior Phillip Morgan won a Class 4A wrestling championship his freshman year, and now he's got a pair at the 2A level.
When Tyler Berger made the decision to transfer from Hermiston to Crook County last September, he didn't even know if he'd be eligible to compete for the Cowboys this year.
'The boys' placing is the best ever at state in recent memory,' said Oregon City swim coach Bryan Watt.
Roseburg earned the team title in Class 6A, Hermiston won the 5A title and Crook County took home the 4A championship.
When Taylor Coon combed through the wooing letters, listened to the good-sounding recruiting pitches and explored college campuses up and down the West Coast, Arizona State stood out from the start.
PORTLAND Century senior Amari Sengsavanh, the No. 1-seed at 132 pounds , can't help but feel like a proud older brother at this year's OSAA 6A state wrestling tournament.
Aloha's "Death Row" nearly put the Warrior wrestling team on the threshold of barricading its Metro League dominance and grip on the conference crown.