Modoc Field had two days of Skyline Track and Field Championship action Friday, May 14 and 15. Around 250 student-athletes competed in the conference event with Hidden Valley High School taking the title.
A nonprofit baseball team is set to form in the Klamath area with hopes of helping 15-year-olds and older with autism and other disabilities gain social and physical skills on and off the field. With 65 teams across the nation, the Alternative Baseball Organization plans to have the team rea…
For the first time in 12 years Oregon Institute of Technology’s softball team won the Cascade Collegiate Conference after defeating the College of Idaho in a dragged out final, 1-0, Sunday in Ashland. Their wish was spoken into existence by pitcher Sarah Abramson and head Coach Greg Stewart.
Seven players from the Oregon Tech softball team have been recognized by the Cascade Collegiate Conference for their contributions on the field, leading the Lady Owls to a 38-8 record and a third-place finish in the CCC regular season standings with a 21-6 record.
Oregon Tech (23-23, 18-14) claimed a 2nd place finish in the Cascade Collegiate Conference regular season Sunday on a David Palmer pinch-hit walk-off single in the bottom of the ninth. Needing a sweep to claim the 2-seed, Tech won 5-1 and 12-11 after Corban (21-27, 16-16) nearly pulled off a…
Oregon Tech’s Trask Telesmanich (baseball/pitcher), and Sarah Abramson (softball/pitcher) have been recognized by the Cascade Conference as the Embrace Health-Santiam Hospital Players of the Week for their performances during the week of April 26 to May 2.
Klamath Union High School’s boys and girls tennis teams defeated Cascade Christian at home, 9-3, Tuesday.
Henley High School’s junior varsity baseball team defeated Bonanza High School’s varsity team 5-3 in the Antlers’ newly renovated stadium. This was not a simple win however, as Bonanza always kept some pressure on the Hornets, especially in the last inning.