Courtesy: NCU Sports Information EUGENE, Ore. — The 2013 Barnstorm Game played Sunday at Churchill High School was won by the Pro/College All-Star Team, 130-119, behind a game-high 23 points on 10-of-16 shooting from the field from Bryce Taylor. In front of a sold-out crowd of more than 1,700 spectators, seven pro all-stars scored in … Continue reading »
Churchill could not complete the dream season, as the Lancers fall to Jefferson 59-53. Keidren Johnson and Andrew Smith each had 13 points in the loss. Willamette stunned Mercedes Russell and Springfield with a 48-41 win to claim the girl’s state championship. The Wolverines limited Russell to just 12 points and six rebounds. Lexi Bando … Continue reading »
EUGENE, Ore. — The Class 5A State Title games are set, and they are the match-ups that most neutral observers hoped to see. On the boys side, Churchill beat Mountain View and Jefferson beat Silverton to set-up a Championship game between Churchill and Jefferson, the two top ranked teams in the state. On the girls … Continue reading »
It’s the final week of the regular season for some and the start of post-season play for others. In this week’s Rounball Wrap, we bring you highlights from Thurston’s play-in game, the final games of the Midwestern and Mid-Willamette regular seasons, plus post-season action from the rest of the levels.
The first Roundball Wrap of the month of February includes our game of the night between North Eugene and Churchill. Sheldon looks to make it 11 wins in a row. Plus, action from the rest of the Midwestern League, the Mid-Willamette and the girls, including Springfield’s Mercedes Russell setting a school record.
Check out the year’s second edition of Roundball Wrap! This week’s show featured highlights and postgame sound from our KEZI 9+ Game of the Night between South Eugene and Sheldon. The Churchill boys hosted Thurston, trying to get back on track after two straight losses. Also, plenty of entertaining girls matchups, Willamette visited North Eugene … Continue reading »
Oregon certainly is coming into its own in the world of sport, and in 2012 the trend continued. Oregon State coach Mike Riley, who had some fans calling for him to be fired the end of last season, led the Beavers to a 9-3 record and has a legitimate case for Coach of the Year. … Continue reading »