OREGON COAST — The Oregon Coast Anglers announce the recipients of the Conservation Scholarship for 2020. Four scholarships were awarded this year, totaling $3,000. Samantha Marsh, graduating from Bandon High School will receive $1,000 to help with her education expenses. Marsh will be atten…

Host Coos Golf Club rallied to beat Bandon Crossings in the two-week visitational between the two clubs by winning five of the eight matches contested Thursday and 16 ½ of the 24 total points available in the matches between the two clubs.

NORTH BEND — Though it hasn’t been able to practice during the COVID-19 pandemic, the North Bend High School boys bowling team is still on track to compete in the national high school tournament in Ohio.

Bro Puckett had a hole-in-one and partnered with Brett McGilvery to tie for low-net honors during the Saturday Skins competition at Bandon Crossings last weekend.

Bandon Crossings has enjoyed large turnouts the past two weeks for its Casual Fridays and Wacky Wednesdays games.

REEDSPORT — Dick Dorn is settling in as the new head professional at Forest Hills Country Club in Reedsport. Now he’s just waiting for when he can start his favorite part of the job.

The South Coast Running Club has canceled next weekend’s Salmon Creek Run in Powers and rescheduled the popular Roseburg to Coos Bay Relay from April 18 to June 27.

Before the season came to a close, Southwestern Oregon Community College’s Alyssa Smokey made an impact. The pitcher for the Lakers was named NWAC athlete of the week after taking control of the preseason.

The Southwestern Oregon Community College Judo Program has been recognized by the United States Judo Federation for excellence in judo and has been designated a 5-star Dojo.

The South Coast Running Club’s oldest event, and one that covers a favorite training route of the legendary Steve Prefontaine, will be held Saturday.

The annual Run of Two Cities will be held on Saturday, March 14, starting at 10 a.m. near Mingus Park in Coos Bay.

The Southwestern Oregon Baseball and Softball Officials Association will hold its first meeting for the upcoming spring season on Monday, March 2, at Marshfield High School’s Pirate Hall.

The OSAA/OnPoint Community Credit Union Class 3A state tournament in the Bay Area will take shape Friday and Saturday when 16 first-round games will determine the participants for next week’s event jointly hosted by Marshfield and North Bend high schools.

Among players on Coquille’s boys basketball team, Jeremy Kistner, Ean Smith and Jace Haagen share a distinction — they are the only ones who were alive the last time the Red Devils played a game at the final site in the boys state tournament.

It has been an unprecedented amount of success for the Bandon girls this season. Earning its second playoff appearance since 2000, the Tigers have sprung to the top tier of Class 2A teams this season with a 24-1 record and a Sunset Conference title.

The annual Crossings Cup competition at Bandon Crossings kicks off on Friday, March 20. The competition continues into the fall with points compiled during the weekly Casual Fridays events.

Basketball sportsmanship and officials awards for Boys & Girls Club of Southwestern Oregon games played on Saturday, Feb. 15, presented by the Bay Area Sportsman’s Association.

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