The Henley Hornets (6-1, 2-1 Skyline) grabbed their second-straight conference win and second shutout of the season when they breezed past North Valley (5-3, 1-2) in a 40-0 road victory on Friday.
Back-to-back road sweeps of two Washington teams powered the Tech volleyball team to their seventh- and eighth straight wins.
The top-of-table Oregon Tech men's soccer team (13-1, 9-1 CCC) defended their conference lead valiantly Saturday, dispatching the College of Idaho 1-0 in a bruising road match the Owls spent partially short handed.
Mazama volleyball (17-0, 9-0 Skyline) defeated Henley 3-1 on Thursday night at Valhalla Court, securing the Vikings’ first-ever Skyline Conference championship.
With just under a minute to play, a collective gasp, then a roar reverberated among the home spectators at Lost River’s Chin Field on Friday night.
An eight-goal explosion pushed Henley boys soccer (9-2-1, 7-0 Skyline) past Mazama (0-6-2, 0-5-2) on Thursday, netting the Hornets’ seventh-straight conference win.
Bonanza’s volleyball team fought through a challenge from neighboring rival Lost River on Thursday night, winning 3-1 at home on senior night.
A handful of Skyline Conference teams squared off in a mid-week cross country meet in Jackson County on Wednesday, offering yet another preview of who may head to state after the fast-approaching conference meet.
Oregon Tech men's soccer team pounded a winless Walla Walla team on Sunday, winning 7-0 on the OIT campus.
The Henley boys' soccer team (8-2-1, 6-0 Skyline) defeated Hidden Valley (6-3, 3-3) Monday night 2-0, expanding their hold on the conference and notching their sixth shutout of the year.
Both Oregon Tech cross country teams cruised to easy wins on Friday, as Hustlin' Owls packed the top-10 of both the men's and women's races at the Running Y Resort in a meet featuring only conference teams.
A second-half surge propelled the Henley boys’ soccer team past perennial powerhouse Phoenix (7-2, 3-2 Skyline), keeping the Hornets perfect in league play.
A former Oregon Tech basketball player has gotten into the local news cycle lately for more than just his 3-point-shooting.