Siuslaw gave the South Coast three teams in the championship round Saturday when the Vikings edged district rival La Pine 28-26 at Cottage Grove High School on Saturday.

The South Coast Running Club’s annual Turkey Trot will be held at 9 a.m. on Thanksgiving day at John Topits Park in Coos Bay.

While the football season continues for a few South Coast schools, winter sports practice officially started this week around the state, with basketball, wrestling and swim teams beginning work for their seasons, which open in just a few weeks.

COOS BAY — As Marshfield’s football team was wrapping up one of its practices early this week, assistant coach Greg Mulkey asked the kids to recall the team ranked second behind the Pirates in the polls.

LAKEVIEW — Bandon’s football season came to a stunning end Friday night when Lakeview scored in the final minute to edge the Tigers 27-26 in the Class 2A quarterfinals.

LAKEVIEW — Bandon’s football season came to a stunning end Friday night when Lakeview scored in the final minute to edge the Tigers 27-26 in the Class 2A quarterfinals.

NORTH BEND — Coquille got its second straight dominant football playoff win and was quickly looking ahead to a huge challenge in the Class 2A semifinals.

COOS BAY — Marshfield’s football team moved a step closer to the state championship Friday with a 42-7 win over visiting Henley.

Five players from the combined Coquille-Myrtle Point soccer team earned all-league honors in Class 3A-2A-1A District 4 voting by the district’s coaches.

When Coquille meets Jefferson on Friday in the Class 2A football quarterfinals at North Bend High School, the Red Devils will face a Lions team coming off a historic playoff win.

COQUILLE — Playing what coach David Thomason called his team’s best game of the year, Coquille shut out visiting Monroe 44-0 on Friday in the first round of the Class 2A playoffs.

MYRTLE POINT — The last time Myrtle Point won a football playoff game, most of the current players were toddlers. They weren’t even alive the last time the Bobcats played in the playoffs on their own field.

COOS BAY — Top-ranked Marshfield lived up to its billing, shutting out Madras 43-0 in the opening round of the Class 4A playoffs on Friday night.

EUGENE — Marshfield’s Alex Garcia-Silver expected to be challenged in the Class 4A state cross country meet on Saturday, but when nobody went out at a fast pace with him, he just rolled with it.

As the Oregon School Activities Association’s Classification and Districting Committee nears its final proposal for sports leagues around the state for the next four years, Marshfield and North Bend appear headed toward being in the same league.

EUGENE — Bandon’s girls won the Class 3A-2A-1A state title by the slimmest of margins Saturday at Lane Community College, edging Vernonia in a team race decided by each school’s sixth runner.

COOS BAY — Marshfield got off to a great start in its Class 4A boys soccer playoff match with visiting Hidden Valley on Tuesday, scoring in the opening three minutes.

NORTH BEND — The North Bend volleyball team’s historic season came to an end in the Class 5A quarterfinals Tuesday when Wilsonville swept the host Bulldogs, 25-16, 25-17, 25-17.

Bandon’s boys and girls cross country teams captured the district titles at Valley of the Rogue State Park on Thursday to clinch spots in this weekend’s state meet, when the Tigers are among the favorites to win the blue championship trophies.

Powers saw its successful season come to an end Saturday when the Cruisers fell to the combined Mitchell-Spray-Wheeler team 53-13 in the six-man semifinals at Crook County.

Coquille, Bandon and Myrtle Point all will open the football playoffs at home this week, while Powers has reached the semifinals in the first-ever six-man football playoffs after winning its opener at home over the weekend.

BANDON — Bandon avenged a loss from its regular-season finale in the first round of the Class 2A playoffs, coming from behind in the second half to beat Oakland 16-12.

Marshfield capped a perfect regular season for football by outscoring visiting Marist Catholic 48-41 on Friday night.

North Bend’s volleyball team is one win from the Class 5A final four after the Bulldogs swept St. Helens on Saturday in the opening round of the playoffs.

Marshfield’s football team tuned up for its big showdown with Marist Catholic with a 57-15 win over visiting North Eugene at Pete Susick Stadium on Friday night.

The Marshfield Pirates boys soccer team was ready to end the season with a win on Wednesday, and they did just that. The visiting Marist Spartans lost to Marshfield with a final score of 3-1. 

Coquille clinched a share of the Sunset Conference volleyball title when the Red Devils outlasted visiting Myrtle Point in five sets Tuesday. It was the 10th league win with no losses for the Red Devils and seventh in a span of 13 days following a three-week break due to COVID-19 issues with…

NORTH BEND — After North Bend’s volleyball team won five matches in a row over the previous week that went the distance, coach Summer Sawyer admitted Tuesday’s four-set win over visiting Thurston came as a relief.

When the Marshfield Pirates girls soccer team ran onto the field last Wednesday, they were prepared for a grueling match against Elmira’s Falcons. The results: The Falcons were an even match for the Pirates. The final score was 2-2.

NORTH BEND — Finally on its home field and on homecoming night, North Bend’s football team played its best game of the season Friday, beating Willamette 26-16 in the first contest on the new Vic Adams Field turf.

The South Coast lost one of its most familiar faces — and voices — when David Walker died after a long illness.

Marshfield’s inconsistent volleyball results took a turn for the worse Tuesday when the Pirates were beaten at home by Siuslaw in a match between teams that entered the night tied for second in the Sky-Em League.

COQUILLE — When Coquille’s football team returned to practice to prepare for its first game in nearly 40 days because of COVID-19 challenges, assistant coach Jake Cochran told head coach David Thomason that he felt sorry for whoever the Red Devils played first.

After a disappointing home loss to Junction City last Tuesday, Marshfield’s volleyball team got its biggest win of the season Thursday, handing Cottage Grove its first league loss, beating the Lions 18-25, 25-23, 25-20, 26-24.

Marshfield, facing yet another unscheduled opponent, kept its record perfect for the football season by beating Rainier 43-16 on Friday night at Cottage Grove High School.

POWERS — After two years playing for other teams, Michael Pedrick felt a little pressure when Powers was finally able to have its own football team again.

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Siuslaw gave the South Coast three teams in the championship round Saturday when the Vikings edged district rival La Pine 28-26 at Cottage Grove High School on Saturday.

The South Coast Running Club’s annual Turkey Trot will be held at 9 a.m. on Thanksgiving day at John Topits Park in Coos Bay.

While the football season continues for a few South Coast schools, winter sports practice officially started this week around the state, with basketball, wrestling and swim teams beginning work for their seasons, which open in just a few weeks.

COOS BAY — As Marshfield’s football team was wrapping up one of its practices early this week, assistant coach Greg Mulkey asked the kids to recall the team ranked second behind the Pirates in the polls.

LAKEVIEW — Bandon’s football season came to a stunning end Friday night when Lakeview scored in the final minute to edge the Tigers 27-26 in the Class 2A quarterfinals.

NORTH BEND — Coquille got its second straight dominant football playoff win and was quickly looking ahead to a huge challenge in the Class 2A semifinals.

COOS BAY — Marshfield’s football team moved a step closer to the state championship Friday with a 42-7 win over visiting Henley.

Five players from the combined Coquille-Myrtle Point soccer team earned all-league honors in Class 3A-2A-1A District 4 voting by the district’s coaches.

When Coquille meets Jefferson on Friday in the Class 2A football quarterfinals at North Bend High School, the Red Devils will face a Lions team coming off a historic playoff win.

COQUILLE — Playing what coach David Thomason called his team’s best game of the year, Coquille shut out visiting Monroe 44-0 on Friday in the first round of the Class 2A playoffs.

MYRTLE POINT — The last time Myrtle Point won a football playoff game, most of the current players were toddlers. They weren’t even alive the last time the Bobcats played in the playoffs on their own field.

COOS BAY — Top-ranked Marshfield lived up to its billing, shutting out Madras 43-0 in the opening round of the Class 4A playoffs on Friday night.

EUGENE — Marshfield’s Alex Garcia-Silver expected to be challenged in the Class 4A state cross country meet on Saturday, but when nobody went out at a fast pace with him, he just rolled with it.

As the Oregon School Activities Association’s Classification and Districting Committee nears its final proposal for sports leagues around the state for the next four years, Marshfield and North Bend appear headed toward being in the same league.

EUGENE — Bandon’s girls won the Class 3A-2A-1A state title by the slimmest of margins Saturday at Lane Community College, edging Vernonia in a team race decided by each school’s sixth runner.

COOS BAY — Marshfield got off to a great start in its Class 4A boys soccer playoff match with visiting Hidden Valley on Tuesday, scoring in the opening three minutes.

NORTH BEND — The North Bend volleyball team’s historic season came to an end in the Class 5A quarterfinals Tuesday when Wilsonville swept the host Bulldogs, 25-16, 25-17, 25-17.

Bandon’s boys and girls cross country teams captured the district titles at Valley of the Rogue State Park on Thursday to clinch spots in this weekend’s state meet, when the Tigers are among the favorites to win the blue championship trophies.

Powers saw its successful season come to an end Saturday when the Cruisers fell to the combined Mitchell-Spray-Wheeler team 53-13 in the six-man semifinals at Crook County.

Coquille, Bandon and Myrtle Point all will open the football playoffs at home this week, while Powers has reached the semifinals in the first-ever six-man football playoffs after winning its opener at home over the weekend.

BANDON — Bandon avenged a loss from its regular-season finale in the first round of the Class 2A playoffs, coming from behind in the second half to beat Oakland 16-12.

Marshfield capped a perfect regular season for football by outscoring visiting Marist Catholic 48-41 on Friday night.

North Bend’s volleyball team is one win from the Class 5A final four after the Bulldogs swept St. Helens on Saturday in the opening round of the playoffs.

Marshfield’s football team tuned up for its big showdown with Marist Catholic with a 57-15 win over visiting North Eugene at Pete Susick Stadium on Friday night.

The Marshfield Pirates boys soccer team was ready to end the season with a win on Wednesday, and they did just that. The visiting Marist Spartans lost to Marshfield with a final score of 3-1. 

Coquille clinched a share of the Sunset Conference volleyball title when the Red Devils outlasted visiting Myrtle Point in five sets Tuesday. It was the 10th league win with no losses for the Red Devils and seventh in a span of 13 days following a three-week break due to COVID-19 issues with…

NORTH BEND — After North Bend’s volleyball team won five matches in a row over the previous week that went the distance, coach Summer Sawyer admitted Tuesday’s four-set win over visiting Thurston came as a relief.

When the Marshfield Pirates girls soccer team ran onto the field last Wednesday, they were prepared for a grueling match against Elmira’s Falcons. The results: The Falcons were an even match for the Pirates. The final score was 2-2.

NORTH BEND — Finally on its home field and on homecoming night, North Bend’s football team played its best game of the season Friday, beating Willamette 26-16 in the first contest on the new Vic Adams Field turf.

The South Coast lost one of its most familiar faces — and voices — when David Walker died after a long illness.

Marshfield’s inconsistent volleyball results took a turn for the worse Tuesday when the Pirates were beaten at home by Siuslaw in a match between teams that entered the night tied for second in the Sky-Em League.

COQUILLE — When Coquille’s football team returned to practice to prepare for its first game in nearly 40 days because of COVID-19 challenges, assistant coach Jake Cochran told head coach David Thomason that he felt sorry for whoever the Red Devils played first.

After a disappointing home loss to Junction City last Tuesday, Marshfield’s volleyball team got its biggest win of the season Thursday, handing Cottage Grove its first league loss, beating the Lions 18-25, 25-23, 25-20, 26-24.

Marshfield, facing yet another unscheduled opponent, kept its record perfect for the football season by beating Rainier 43-16 on Friday night at Cottage Grove High School.

POWERS — After two years playing for other teams, Michael Pedrick felt a little pressure when Powers was finally able to have its own football team again.