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.
In the final edition of RoundBall Wrap of the season, and on the final day of the regular season, we bring you highlights from ten games across the area and talk playoff implications.
In this week’s Valentine’s Day edition of the Roundball Wrap, Erik Elken and Stephen Nelson bring you highlights from 16 games across Western Oregon, including a big upset in girls Mid-Willamette league play.
This week’s edition of the Roundball Wrap includes a thriller in the Purple Pit between Churchill and South Eugene, Sheldon looks to stay undefeated in conference play and maybe the best dunk you’ll see this year in Oregon preps.
Week two of Roundball Wrap brought a couple buzzer-beaters with it. Plus, Yadie Dunmore makes his North Eugene debut against his former school, Sheldon. Jake Zivin and Erik Elken bring you all the highlights from across Western Oregon.
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.
Oregon State head coach Pat Casey: Oregon State pitcher Matt Boyd: Oregon State pitcher Andrew Moore:
This week’s Roundball Wrap features some great finishes, including a buzzer beater. Sheldon looks for its 13th win in a row. Chaney Wyatt dunks again on our KEZI 9+ Roundball Wrap Game of the Night. Plus, complete highlights from around the area.
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.