Brad Ferner was a runner for Southwestern Oregon Community College the first time he competed in, and won, the Circle the Bay road run.
As a former captain for a Louisiana Tech women's college basketball powerhouse who played four seasons in the WNBA, Monica Maxwell found many ways to impact a game.
Recent Bandon High School graduate Hunter Angove had the top finish for the Prefontaine Track Club at the Junior Olympics national meet last weekend in Sacramento, Calif.
BANDON — The volunteers and staff rose to the occasion during the 74th U.S. Junior Amateur at Bandon Dunes Golf Resort, helping create another memorable United States Golf Association championship at the resort.
BANDON — Wenyi Ding played flawless golf for 28 holes to build a huge lead and then held on as Caleb Surratt made a furious comeback in the final of the 74th U.S. Junior Amateur at Bandon Dunes Golf Resort on Saturday.
BANDON — Caleb Surratt of Indian Trail, N.C., and Wenyi Ding of the People’s Republic of China will meet Saturday in the 36-hole final of the 74th U.S. Junior Amateur at Bandon Dunes after an epic day of quarterfinal and semifinal matches at the resort.
BANDON — The defending champion and the top seed were among the 32 golfers to advance through the first day of match play in the 74th U.S. Junior Amateur tournament at Bandon Dunes Golf Resort on Wednesday.
BANDON — Keaton Vo mastered the Bandon Dunes course on Tuesday, nabbing medalist honors at the 74th U.S. Junior Amateur and earning the top seed into the match play portion of the tournament.
Bandon Dunes Golf Resort has become a major stopping point for the United States Golf Association national championship tournaments. Since 2006, Bandon Dunes has hosted seven national championship events for the USGA with the winners pictured above. Beginning Monday, Bandon Dunes was again a…
BANDON — The U.S. Junior Amateur, the eighth different national United States Golf Association championship to be contended at Bandon Dunes Golf Resort, starts Monday.
Oregon officiating associations saw a slight uptick in registrations in 2021-22 as they remain hopeful of recouping the losses from the previous, COVID-plagued year.
Host South Coos and North Coos split a pair of thrillers in their final American Legion doubleheader against each other, both games coming down to the end.
The North Coos American Legion baseball team picked up a couple of doubleheader sweeps, one in a league twin bill against Three Rivers of Florence and the other in a non-league match-up against North Douglas.
Bandon graduate Hunter Angove claimed a Northwest Regional title and four athletes from the Prefontaine Track Club also qualified for the Junior Olympics national championships with their finishes at the regional championships last weekend.
After days of warm, still, clear weather, high winds and cooler temperatures hit the area Tuesday. But that didn't stop close to a dozen young children from venturing out to John Topits Park to learn how to fish.
Alex Garcia-Silver, who will be a senior at Marshfield High School this fall, was the winner of the annual Firecracker Run on Independence Day in Mingus Park.
The South Coast Mutiny softball team won the Silver bracket in a recent tournament, bouncing back from two losses the opening day to win both games the second day of the event.
North Coos won a pair of nonleague American Legion games against South Coos on Saturday, but when the games counted toward the standings on Tuesday, South Coos took both halves of the twin bill.
Coquille’s Gunner Yates had a big game Saturday in the annual Les Schwab Bowl, which included players from the state’s smaller schools in addition to the biggest schools.
The North Coos Waterfront got on a hot streak in hot weather last week, winning an American Legion baseball tournament in Philomath and a game in Eugene, all in scorching temperatures.
Seven members of the Prefontaine Track Club qualified for the Northwest Regionals in the Junior Olympics program with their finishes at the recent Oregon State Meet at Barlow High School in Gresham.
The North Coos Waterfront has had an up-and-down start to the American Legion season, including a split with visiting Churchill of Eugene on Monday.
Coos Bay driver Toby McIntyre finished second in the large stock car division during the two-day IMCA Wild West Shootout at Coos Bay Speedway on Monday. The event was part of IMCA Wild West Speedweek.
After falling to La Grande in the Class 4A baseball playoffs, Marshfield coach Floyd Montiel said the Tigers would be a tough team to beat. He turned out to be right, as La Grande went on to win the Class 4A title, dominating Hidden Valley 10-1 in the championship game.
Marshfield senior Dom Montiel was named Sky-Em League player of the year for baseball after helping lead the Pirates to the Class 4A playoffs.
Wayne Butler of Bandon has a healthy lead in the America’s Mattress Super Late Models points race early in the NASCAR oval track season at Coos Bay Speedway.