Davis Hartwell, a 13-year old from Klamath Falls, posted a 14-under par 58 in the final round of the Klamath Basin Junior Championship played July 28-29 at Running Y Ranch in Klamath Falls. He won the Boys 12-13 division by 16 strokes.
The Klamath Falls Falcons, despite its loss to Ephrata, Washington, in the Northwest Regional last week, will represent the region in the Senior Babe Ruth World Series starting this weekend.
Like much of the country, Klamath County has an abundance of youngsters willing to lace up cleats, snap on helmets or bounce a ball in competition.
Over the Independence Day weekend, former Mazama wideout Cole Brosterhous added one more accolade to an already decorated high school football career.
Imagine being 14-years old and going up against the “best of the best” at one of the largest rodeos in the world. Wyatt Davis, from Klamath Falls, did more than that last week, coming in 11th place out of 95 contestants from across the globe.
One key member of Mazama High School’s recent state championship football team will represent Southern Oregon this weekend in one of the state’s premier all-star games.
Oregon Tech head coach Justin Parnell announced Thursday the signing of 6-10 transfer Joey Potts. Potts, originally from Petaluma HS in Petaluma, Calif. comes to Oregon Tech after a trip to the NCAA Elite 8 with Oregon State University this past season, as well as two seasons with the Colleg…
Starting this weekend, Hustlin’ Owls fans will have a new, frothier way to support Oregon Tech athletics.
LOUISVILLE, KY –Seven members of Oregon Tech softball have been awarded NAIA All-Region honors by the National Fastpitch Coaches Association. The Owls, which had six players on the first team, led all 64 programs in the association.
Oregon Tech dropped two straight games to rival Southern Oregon University as the Raiders claimed the NAIA title Wednesday night.
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.
Mazama, Klamath Union and Ashland tied at 36 points apiece during a three-way wrestling match Tuesday.