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Marshfield girls golf coach Andrew Simpson said his team had a breakthrough midway through the season. The end result was a trip to the Class 4A-3A-2A-1A state tournament after the Pirates finished third at the district tournament Tuesday at Bandon Crossings. 

The Bandon boys golf team shot its best rounds of the season at the right time, earning a trip to the Class 3A-2A-1A state tournament by finishing second in the District 4 tournament at Bandon Crossings on Tuesday. 

While most of the baseball and softball games on the South Coast during the latter part of last week were postponed, Marshfield’s softball team picked up a pair of big wins, sweeping Cottage Grove 10-0 and 18-1 to near a guaranteed home game in the Class 4A play-in round.

Spots in the upcoming state track meet will be on the line this week when the various leagues and special districts around the state hold their district competitions.

On one hand, Marist Catholic’s 5-4, eight-inning win over host Marshfield on Tuesday in a Sky-Em League baseball game was a heartbreaking loss for the Pirates. But the contest also showed how far Marshfield has come since the Spartans swept the Pirates in a doubleheader early in the league season.

Bandon’s baseball team took a huge step toward winning the Sunset Conference (Class 2A-1A District 5) baseball title Friday, overcoming wet weather conditions to beat host Reedsport 9-4.

The Southwestern Oregon Community College softball team bounced back quick from a league setback in the second game of a doubleheader against Mount Hood to sweep Clackamas over the weekend, improving to 29-5 overall and maintaining its spot atop the RPI rankings for the NWAC.

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Marshfield girls golf coach Andrew Simpson said his team had a breakthrough midway through the season. The end result was a trip to the Class 4A-3A-2A-1A state tournament after the Pirates finished third at the district tournament Tuesday at Bandon Crossings. 

The Bandon boys golf team shot its best rounds of the season at the right time, earning a trip to the Class 3A-2A-1A state tournament by finishing second in the District 4 tournament at Bandon Crossings on Tuesday. 

While most of the baseball and softball games on the South Coast during the latter part of last week were postponed, Marshfield’s softball team picked up a pair of big wins, sweeping Cottage Grove 10-0 and 18-1 to near a guaranteed home game in the Class 4A play-in round.

Spots in the upcoming state track meet will be on the line this week when the various leagues and special districts around the state hold their district competitions.

On one hand, Marist Catholic’s 5-4, eight-inning win over host Marshfield on Tuesday in a Sky-Em League baseball game was a heartbreaking loss for the Pirates. But the contest also showed how far Marshfield has come since the Spartans swept the Pirates in a doubleheader early in the league season.

Bandon’s baseball team took a huge step toward winning the Sunset Conference (Class 2A-1A District 5) baseball title Friday, overcoming wet weather conditions to beat host Reedsport 9-4.

The Southwestern Oregon Community College softball team bounced back quick from a league setback in the second game of a doubleheader against Mount Hood to sweep Clackamas over the weekend, improving to 29-5 overall and maintaining its spot atop the RPI rankings for the NWAC.

Marshfield’s softball team picked up a pair of wins Friday, topping Junction City 8-2 and 19-4 to improve to 4-2 in the Sky-Em League, second in the standings behind top-ranked Marist Catholic. 

Marshfield’s baseball and softball teams won their Sky-Em League openers at home against Cottage Grove last week as they started the five-week stretch that will determine the league’s teams that advance to the postseason.

COOS BAY — Four North Bend speedsters combined to set one of two new records in the annual Prefontaine Rotary Invitational at Marshfield High School on Saturday, while several South Coast athletes won events during the event, which included nearly 30 schools.

COOS BAY — Coquille feels it has a chance to place well at the Class 2A girls state track meet later this spring. The Red Devils showed why during the Coos County Meet, when they won the team title for the first time in a number of years.

The Southwestern Oregon Community College softball team ranked second in the initial NWAC RPI rankings, which will be used to set the field for the season-ending tournament. 

Host Coquille swept the team titles in the 11-school Coquille Twilight Meet on Friday with standouts Gunner Yates and Trinidy Blanton adding to their impressive season starts in the process. 

The Southwestern Oregon Community College softball team is off to a 4-0 start to the NWAC South Region season after sweeping road games against Clackamas on Friday (9-1 and 6-3) and Centralia on Saturday (15-0 and 12-2). 

Coquille’s boys and girls swept the team titles in a five-school track meet at Bandon on Tuesday that included a number of strong marks.

Siuslaw track coach Chris Johnson was looking to showcase high school pole vaulters when he organized the inaugural Florence Street Vault on Wednesday at Bay Street in downtown Florence.

Marshfield’s boys golf team opened the season with a win over Cascade in a two-day tournament that included rounds at Bandon Trails and Bandon Crossings.

A pair of Marshfield seniors led their team to a one-point victory in the annual Big Mike South Coast All-Star Game, a showcase of basketball talent held after the state tournament at Southwestern Oregon Community College.

Jovan Garcia never placed better than fifth in a state high school wrestling tournament during his career in Arizona, but he recently became the third national champion from Southwestern Oregon Community College.

Marshfield’s Mason Ainsworth was named player of the year for the Sky-Em League and Casey McCord shared coach of the year honors with Junction City’s Craig Rothenberger in voting by the league’s coaches.

Marshfield’s baseball team won its first two games of the new season when the Pirates pounded North Valley 21-0 and then edged visiting Cascade 9-8, getting the winning run in the bottom of the seventh inning.