Bandon Dunes Golf Resort received another dose of national recognition when Golf Digest ranked all five of the resort’s 18-hole courses among the top 15 public courses in the United States, including Sheep Ranch, which opened just last year.

The Southwestern Oregon Community College women’s soccer team is off to a strong start in the NWAC South Region. The Lakers won two of their past three matches and tying in the other.

Marshfield’s volleyball team opened the Sky-Em Season with a loss Tuesday, falling to Cottage Grove on the road 25-14, 25-12, 25-9.

Val Nemcek became a two-time champion of the Crossings Cup at Bandon Crossings Golf Course last week, when he beat Ryder DeSteunder 2 and 1 in the championship match.

Marshfield High School runner Alex Garcia-Silver picked up a big victory last weekend when he won the Class 4A-3A-2A-1A division for the Northwest Classic at Lane Community College.

Proposals for both six and five classifications remain under consideration for the Oregon School Actvities Association's classification and districting committee, which began meeting last month.

Brody Montgomery earned the season title in the America’s Mattress Super Late Models division at Coos Bay Speedway by a narrow margin after taking the final race of the season for the division last weekend.

MYRTLE POINT — It wasn’t long ago that Myrtle Point’s football team was on the wrong side of a lot of lopsided football scores as the Bobcats adjusted to the eight-man format while trying to rebuild their program.

North Bend’s volleyball team cleared another hurdle in its quest for a league title, winning its closest match of the season over Thurston in Springfield last Thursday and added a win over Willamette on Saturday to improve to 6-0 in Midwestern League play.

Marshfield’s football team added a third impressive win to its season resume Friday night, beating tough Washington school Prairie 18-6 in a game at Eugene.

COQUILLE — The school year is barely a week old, but already, nearly every team in the Sunset Conference has at least one volleyball loss.

The cross country teams from Marshfield, Bandon and Siuslaw got to compete against several of the state’s best during the Ash Creek Festival in Monmouth on Saturday.

North Bend’s perfect start to Midwestern League volleyball play continued Thursday, when the Bulldogs won their home opener, sweeping Crater 25-9, 25-21, 25-23.

BANDON — The city of Bandon had to cancel the annual Cranberry Festival because of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, but the Tigers still were able to celebrate a Cranberry Bowl victory.

Marshfield’s football team got its second straight big win Friday as the Pirates, ranked No. 1 in the Class 4A coaches poll, dominated Class 5A Churchill in Eugene 57-6.

The semifinals are set in the Crossings Cup match play bracket at Bandon Crossings after the four upper seeds all won in the quarterfinals last week.

At a meeting of the Prefontaine Memorial Run Committee last week, the decision was made to cancel the 41st annual run, which was scheduled for Saturday, September 18.

School hasn’t officially started yet, but North Bend’s volleyball team already has two Midwestern League wins — both on the road.

Marshfield entered the football season as the No. 1 team in the Class 4A coaches poll and looked like it in a 35-20 win over visiting Mazama on Friday at Pete Susick Stadium that wasn’t as close as the score suggested.

As the high school sports seasons start this week, the Oregon School Activities Association committee charged with proposing districts for the next four-year time block that begins in one year has started its task.

After a year off due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Gardiner-Reedsport-Winchester Bay Salmon Trout Enhancement Program is again sponsoring its annual salmon derby over Labor Day weekend.

NORTH BEND — When North Bend school officials decided it was time to replace the turf field at Vic Adams Field, they expected the work to be done in time for the official start of fall sports practice this week.

After a school year during which the sports schedule was dramatically shifted due to the COVID-19 pandemic, high school athletes around the state begin practice for the fall sports Monday.

The NFHS celebrated its 100th anniversary two years ago, and among all the events that have occurred since 1920, perhaps nothing had a more positive impact on high school sports than the passage of Title IX of the Educational Amendments in 1972.

Bandon swept the top basketball awards for the Sunset Conference in voting by the league’s coaches after the recent season.

Masters swimming returns to the South Coast on Saturday, Aug. 14, for the annual Eel Lake swims at Tugman State Park near Lakeside.

The annual Circle the Bay road run is scheduled for Saturday, Aug. 14, starting and ending at Ferry Road Park in North Bend.

The pair of Camden Chose and Jimmy Kelley won the top flight of the annual Ken Ware Coos Classic at Coos Golf Club over the weekend.

The South Coast 13-year-old all-star team had the best showing of South Coast Babe Ruth’s three squads in the Pacific Northwest regional tournaments last week, finishing third in the event at Ferndale, Wash.

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Bandon Dunes Golf Resort received another dose of national recognition when Golf Digest ranked all five of the resort’s 18-hole courses among the top 15 public courses in the United States, including Sheep Ranch, which opened just last year.

The Southwestern Oregon Community College women’s soccer team is off to a strong start in the NWAC South Region. The Lakers won two of their past three matches and tying in the other.

Marshfield’s volleyball team opened the Sky-Em Season with a loss Tuesday, falling to Cottage Grove on the road 25-14, 25-12, 25-9.

Val Nemcek became a two-time champion of the Crossings Cup at Bandon Crossings Golf Course last week, when he beat Ryder DeSteunder 2 and 1 in the championship match.

Marshfield High School runner Alex Garcia-Silver picked up a big victory last weekend when he won the Class 4A-3A-2A-1A division for the Northwest Classic at Lane Community College.

Proposals for both six and five classifications remain under consideration for the Oregon School Actvities Association's classification and districting committee, which began meeting last month.

Brody Montgomery earned the season title in the America’s Mattress Super Late Models division at Coos Bay Speedway by a narrow margin after taking the final race of the season for the division last weekend.

MYRTLE POINT — It wasn’t long ago that Myrtle Point’s football team was on the wrong side of a lot of lopsided football scores as the Bobcats adjusted to the eight-man format while trying to rebuild their program.

North Bend’s volleyball team cleared another hurdle in its quest for a league title, winning its closest match of the season over Thurston in Springfield last Thursday and added a win over Willamette on Saturday to improve to 6-0 in Midwestern League play.

Marshfield’s football team added a third impressive win to its season resume Friday night, beating tough Washington school Prairie 18-6 in a game at Eugene.

COQUILLE — The school year is barely a week old, but already, nearly every team in the Sunset Conference has at least one volleyball loss.

The cross country teams from Marshfield, Bandon and Siuslaw got to compete against several of the state’s best during the Ash Creek Festival in Monmouth on Saturday.

North Bend’s perfect start to Midwestern League volleyball play continued Thursday, when the Bulldogs won their home opener, sweeping Crater 25-9, 25-21, 25-23.

BANDON — The city of Bandon had to cancel the annual Cranberry Festival because of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, but the Tigers still were able to celebrate a Cranberry Bowl victory.

Marshfield’s football team got its second straight big win Friday as the Pirates, ranked No. 1 in the Class 4A coaches poll, dominated Class 5A Churchill in Eugene 57-6.

The semifinals are set in the Crossings Cup match play bracket at Bandon Crossings after the four upper seeds all won in the quarterfinals last week.

At a meeting of the Prefontaine Memorial Run Committee last week, the decision was made to cancel the 41st annual run, which was scheduled for Saturday, September 18.

School hasn’t officially started yet, but North Bend’s volleyball team already has two Midwestern League wins — both on the road.

Marshfield entered the football season as the No. 1 team in the Class 4A coaches poll and looked like it in a 35-20 win over visiting Mazama on Friday at Pete Susick Stadium that wasn’t as close as the score suggested.

As the high school sports seasons start this week, the Oregon School Activities Association committee charged with proposing districts for the next four-year time block that begins in one year has started its task.

After a year off due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Gardiner-Reedsport-Winchester Bay Salmon Trout Enhancement Program is again sponsoring its annual salmon derby over Labor Day weekend.

NORTH BEND — When North Bend school officials decided it was time to replace the turf field at Vic Adams Field, they expected the work to be done in time for the official start of fall sports practice this week.

After a school year during which the sports schedule was dramatically shifted due to the COVID-19 pandemic, high school athletes around the state begin practice for the fall sports Monday.

The NFHS celebrated its 100th anniversary two years ago, and among all the events that have occurred since 1920, perhaps nothing had a more positive impact on high school sports than the passage of Title IX of the Educational Amendments in 1972.

Bandon swept the top basketball awards for the Sunset Conference in voting by the league’s coaches after the recent season.

Masters swimming returns to the South Coast on Saturday, Aug. 14, for the annual Eel Lake swims at Tugman State Park near Lakeside.

The annual Circle the Bay road run is scheduled for Saturday, Aug. 14, starting and ending at Ferry Road Park in North Bend.

The pair of Camden Chose and Jimmy Kelley won the top flight of the annual Ken Ware Coos Classic at Coos Golf Club over the weekend.

The South Coast 13-year-old all-star team had the best showing of South Coast Babe Ruth’s three squads in the Pacific Northwest regional tournaments last week, finishing third in the event at Ferndale, Wash.