EUGENE — In the weeks to follow, Perrydale juniors Taylor Price and Sarah Clark will likely find fond memories of the OSAA Class 2A state track and field meet.
Falls City senior just misses state title in boys discus
EUGENE — Falls City senior Tristan Yeager didn’t enter the track and field season with state aspirations.
White, Remington also place in Eugene on Friday and Saturday
EUGENE — Headed into the OSAA Class 5A state meet on Friday and Saturday, something was different for Dallas junior Kyleen Benz. The three-time state qualifier was on a mission to not let state overwhelm her.
Senior sprinter ties for fifth in the 200-meter run at OSAA state meet
EUGENE — In a matter of hours, the preliminary heats of the boys 200-meter run became huge for Central senior Thomas Peterson.
Huffman hits grand slam
INDEPENDENCE — Headed into Central’s softball team’s play-in matchup against Ashland on Friday, Panthers coach Kendra George wanted just one thing: maximum effort.
Sophomore Wallace scores winning run by stealing home
DALLAS — Prior to the start of the postseason, Dallas baseball coach Scot McDonald said, despite all the preparation in the world, luck plays a part in the game.
INDEPENDENCE — The Central baseball team knows it can compete with the Mid-Willamette Conference’s best.
McBeth, Bansen earn wild card berths to state meet
MONMOUTH — Central senior Taylor Knauss was sure of one thing on Thursday afternoon. After competing in the finals of the girls long jump, she was ready to focus on her main event — the triple jump.
White wins district title in the boys triple jump on his final leap
MONMOUTH — It wasn’t easy for Dallas at the Mid-Willamette Conference track and field championships on Wednesday and Thursday. But the Dragons, who finished seventh in the boys and girls team standings, pulled through to send a trio of athletes to the OSAA Class 5A state meet on Friday and Saturday.
Cable, Sanna place third at Mid-Willamettte Conference tourney
CORVALLIS — When junior Kevin Cable and senior Edoardo Sanna decided to join forces, the pair had one thing on their mind — Get to the state tennis tournament.