EUGENE — In the 2014 Friday Night Blitz preview special, the KEZI 9 Sports team looks ahead to the upcoming high school football season. We take you to 12 different Western Oregon high schools, get perspective from The Register-Guard’s Ben Schorzman, and reveal our Friday Night Blitz Game of the Week live broadcast schedule.
It’s the quarterfinal round for every classification except 6A. Sheldon looked to knock off Tualatin. Springfield was hoping to avenge its season-opening loss to Silverton. West Albany and Crescent Valley were also looking to advance to the semis. Plus, highlights from all of the 4A, 2A and 1A playoff action.
For the November 8 version of the Friday Night Blitz, it’s the first round of the state playoffs. Jake Zivin and Stephen Nelson bring you highlights from twelve games from teams in our area and scores from many others. Who moved on, and whose season came to an end?
On the October 11th edition of Friday Night Blitz, #6 Sheldon hosts #10 Roseburg in a game that could send one team out of the conference title hunt. Elsewhere, undefeated teams in 4A and 3A try to stay that way, and a full rundown of Midwestern and Mid-Willamette league action.
Most schools had Friday off this week, so a lot of teams played Thursday. We have highlights from both Thursday and Friday, including #1 Sheldon and a top ten matchup between #8 Churchill and #3 Marist. Plus, the rest of 6A and 5A.
The #1 Sheldon Irish try to remain undefeated with the Crater Comets coming into town. Plus, full highlights from the rest of 6A, Midwestern League and Mid-Willamette League play. Also, our weekly check-in on the future Duck, Thomas Tyner.
In this week’s Friday Night Blitz, #1 Sheldon looks to maintain its first top ranking of the season while visiting #9 South Medford. Also, Thurston hosts Grants Pass, South Eugene hosts Roseburg, Marist hosts Willamette and Springfield hosts Ashland.
In this week’s Friday Night Blitz, #2 Sheldon tries to remain undefeated. Thurston looks to make it back-to-back wins. What could Aloha’s, and future Duck, Thomas Tyner do for an encore? Plus, Midwestern League and Mid-Willamette League highlights.