Oregon State University’s athletics department has placed the men’s basketball program on pause while awaiting COVID-19 test results and following contact tracing protocols.
Oregon Tech head coach Justin Parnell announced Wednesday the first addition of the 2021 recruiting class with the signing of Grant Tull of Gridley, Calif., to a letter of intent to play basketball for the Hustlin’ Owls, according to an Oregon Tech news release.
Schools reopened their outside facilities for use by community groups on Thursday after Klamath County Pop Warner provided a plan to ensure compliance with state COVID-19 safety guidelines, including wearing masks and limiting the size of gatherings.
The American West Football Conference has approved a new professional indoor franchise to be located in Central Oregon, according to a Tuesday news release.
More than 50 pickleball players from the Klamath Basin gathered July 11-12 at Steen Sports Park to participate in a pickleball tournament.
Integral Youth Services in partnership with the National Recreation and Park Association (NRPA), has received an $80,000 grant to develop a community nutrition hub to expand access to healthy foods through park and recreation programs and services, according to a news release. The gift is pa…
The Klamath Basin Pickleball Association invites locals to come learn to play pickleball on its six new pickleball courts. Pickleball 101 is a free beginner pickleball class that will be this Saturday, June 13, at 9 a.m. at Steen Sports Park, located at 4500 Foothills Blvd. in Klamath Falls.
Matt Miles, head baseball coach for Oregon Institute of Technology, was given a letter two weeks ago stating his contract is “nonrenewed without cause” after 13 years leading the Hustlin’ Owls.
Oregon Tech senior Mitchell Fink has gained another All-American honor, and the Hustlin’ Owls have added a second player to the newest men’s basketball recruiting class.
Youth soccer league delays seasonThe start of the Southern Oregon Classic League soccer program has been delayed until at least April 25, pending information coming from the Oregon Youth Soccer Association. League play will have a shorter season, but what it will look like remains to be determined.