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Oakland High School followed its league title in football with a state championship, opening a 34-6 lead on the way to a 46-32 win over Weston-McEwen on Nov. 26 at Hillsboro Stadium in the Class 2A title game.

Gold Beach and Bandon each had multiple players named to the first team while Oakland dominated voting for the Valley Coast Conference after winning the league title and advancing to the state title game.

The Southwestern Oregon Community College men’s basketball team won its first two games over the weekend, beating Fraser Valley College 98-56 and the Simpson University JV team 92-57 at Umpqua Community College.

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Oakland High School followed its league title in football with a state championship, opening a 34-6 lead on the way to a 46-32 win over Weston-McEwen on Nov. 26 at Hillsboro Stadium in the Class 2A title game.

Gold Beach and Bandon each had multiple players named to the first team while Oakland dominated voting for the Valley Coast Conference after winning the league title and advancing to the state title game.

The Southwestern Oregon Community College men’s basketball team won its first two games over the weekend, beating Fraser Valley College 98-56 and the Simpson University JV team 92-57 at Umpqua Community College.

Winter practice started this week for high school sports in Oregon as athletes in basketball, wrestling and swimming gear up for their upcoming seasons.

The Southwestern Oregon Community College soccer programs enjoyed a tremendous fall, both earning spots in the postseason, with the men winning their first playoff game before being eliminated one match from the NWAC final four.

Powers came up one game short of the first-ever OSAA-sanctioned six-player championship game when the Cruisers fell to the combined Spray/Mitchell/Wheeler team 55-19 in the semifinals Saturday at Wilsonville High School.

EUGENE — Marshfield senior Alex Garcia-Silver matched the feat of the school’s greatest distance running legend and also stamped his name in the state history books Saturday.

The best season ever for the combined Coquille and Myrtle Point boys soccer team ended with a home playoff loss to Riverside on Tuesday in the Class 3A-2A-1A second round.

A trio of Coos County football teams open the playoffs on the road Friday night, while two others have home games Saturday as the postseason begins.

Marshfield’s Alex Garcia-Silver won the Sky-Em League cross country title Thursday, but it was Gavin Stovall who was the most important runner for the Pirates as a team.

Coquille and Bandon got big wins Friday night to advance to the state football playoffs, while fellow South Coast schools Marshfield, Myrtle Point, Gold Beach and Powers all learned their playoff foes when  brackets were released over the weekend.

The future of girls cross country on the South Coast appears bright, especially after a trio of girls from Coquille and North Bend posted three of the five fastest times ever recorded on the district course at Tugman State Park in Lakeside.

North Bend’s volleyball team lost its tiebreaker match with Marist Catholic in the Sky-Em League last week, but still hosts a game Tuesday night in the Class 4A play-in round.

Myrtle Point’s volleyball team got its biggest win of the season Tuesday, beating host Powers 25-21, 25-20, 25-16 in the Skyline League playoffs to advance to the league tournament Saturday at Marshfield High School and clinch a spot in the Class 1A playoffs.

The combined Coquille-Myrtle Point boys soccer team continued its strong run in Class 3A-2A-1A District 4 on Tuesday, beating host South Umpqua 2-0 to pull closer to a possible district title.