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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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.

Marshfield’s volleyball team has had an up and down season, showing flashes of brilliance and then showing its relative youth.

The theme for Marshfield’s girls soccer team this fall could be summed up in the phrase “be patient.”

The boys soccer teams from Marshfield and Cottage Grove entered Wednesday’s key showdown at Pete Susick Stadium tied for first place in the Sky-Em League.

Bandon’s cross country teams continued their recent success in the Champs Invitational at Lebanon on Friday, sweeping the team titles in the big meet with a number of the top smaller schools in the state.

After a devastating game two years ago, the Marshfield Pirates came back for revenge winning the civil war game 55-6 against the North Bend Bulldogs. 

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.

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.

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.

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.