The tide turned in favor for SOU (55-6) in the second game of the NAIA Softball World Series. Oregon Tech (48-10) pushed the game to nine innings but lost against Ashland's university 7-5 Wednesday May 2 in Columbus, Ga losing the world series title.
With a ceremonial toss of soil on Monday, May 3, student-athletes at Oregon Tech welcomed the start of construction on the track and field that they had been training on—some since they were in high school.
A 48-8 record is the ice cream, a Cascade Collegiate Conference championship is the whipped cream and the NAIA Softball World Series title would be the cherry on top for the OIT softball team’s 2021 season. Greg Stewart, head coach, led the Owls to earn the school’s first title in 2011 and w…
Mazama, Klamath Union and Ashland tied at 36 points apiece during a three-way wrestling match Tuesday.
Maggie Buckholz hit a walk-off solo-home run in the bottom of the 9th inning on Saturday, May 29 sending Oregon Tech to the winner’s bracket championship game.
Oregon Tech’s Hunter Drops finished 5th in the pole vault, helping Hustlin’ Owls to a 17th-place finish at the NAIA Men’s Outdoor Track and Field National Championships inside Mickey Miller Blackwell Stadium in Gulf Shores Ala Friday, May 28.
Payton Canon fired a tournament low 68 (-4) in the final round as she jumped 10 spots to finish 6th overall, leading the Oregon Tech women’s golf team to a 13th place finish at the NAIA Women’s Golf Championship at Rose Creek Golf Course in Edmond, Okla. on Friday, May 28.
Klamath Union 52, Hidden Valley 45.
The Tuesday, May 25 evening slate included a full moon and a sweep at Pel Court. Klamath Union High School girls basketball defeated North Valley High School in a buzzer beater 48-47, while the Pelican boys had a much more calm game, winning 57-34.
Relocated form its usual venue of Hayward Field in Eugene to Siuslaw High School in Florence, the 4A state track and field championships were held May 21-22, with three Klamath County athletes as good as gold placing first overall in competition.
On a bright Saturday afternoon Marist Catholic High School handed Henley High its only defeat of the season, 6-2, in the 4A softball championship in Medford. The Hornets ended the season with an 18-1 record.
Mother nature defeated both Hosanna-Triad School and Trinity Lutheran High School girls’ basketball teams Friday. A leak sprung from the six-month-old roof around the second minute in the third quarter at first delayed the game a few minutes, but ultimately the leak puddled near the half cou…