Eagles Baseball Wins One Against Crater

By Michael StephensThe varsity baseball team for Crater High School began their season with a nine game winning streak and are currently ranked 2nd in the 6A division. But, the Eagles were unaffected by such numbers during their double-header with Crater on Saturday, Apr. 28th. Both games were closely fought. Eagle Point won the first…

EP victorious over South

Eagle Point’s varsity baseball team beat the Panthers from South Medford  by a score of 2 – 0 on Tuesday, May 1. Credit for the win belongs to starting pitcher, James Dixon. Dixon pitched a complete game against South Medford, just as he did three days earlier in the first game of the Eagles’ double-header…

Eagles Softball Loses Winning Streak

The Eagle Point varsity softball team began their season with a six-game winning streak, including a 17 – 0 shutout over the Ashland Grizzlies and impressive victories over Newport, Central Catholic, North Salem and Marist high schools at the North Medford Spring Break Invitational held on Mar. 26th and 27th. The Lady Eagles went undefeated…

Eagle Continue winning ways

The Eagle Point varsity boys basketball team spent the early minutes of their recent game against Crater High School behind in the score, and were still down by one point at the end of the first quarter. But it did not take long for the Eagles to recover and gain a steadily increasing lead. On…

Eagle Continue winning ways

The Eagle Point varsity boys basketball team spent the early minutes of their recent game against Crater High School behind in the score, and were still down by one point at the end of the first quarter. But it did not take long for the Eagles to recover and gain a steadily increasing lead. On…

Volleyball downs Crater, last regular game is Thursday

On Thursday, Oct. 20th the Eagle Point varsity volleyball team hosted their “Dig Pink” fundraiser game to promote breast cancer awareness. The Eagles made quick work of the Comets from Crater High School, winning the game in three sets by scores of 25-17, 25-12, 26-24. “That was fun,” head coach Elizabeth Bilden said. The first…

Five to graduate from EPHS and RCC program

The Electronics Department will celebrate a special set of students this year from their high school outreach course (program) offerings.  Five students from Eagle Point High School and two students from Crater High School who have been dual-enrolled in their respective schools will earn either a two-year AAS degree and/or one year certificate in Electronics…

EPHS softball defeats Crater

Eagle Point hosted Crater High School for a game of Varsity softball on Tuesday May 3rd. After five batters and one out in the seventh inning, the Eagles scored the winning run to end the game at 2-1. Neither team scored until the top of the seventh when a double and a bunt put a…

New volleyball coach is an EPHS graduate

For the third time this year, Eagle Point High School will welcome one of its alumna back and in the role of a head coach. Beth Bilden, EPHS Class 1961, has been hired as head volleyball coach. She joins the other two EPHS graduates; Mike Newmann, head baseball coach and Mark Jolliffe, head softball coach….

Dennis George Ray

Dennis George Ray, 64, of White City, died Jan. 17, 2011. He was born in Medford to George and Bettymae Ray, on Mar. 25, 1946, and spent the majority of his life in Jackson County. As a teen he was involved with teen square dancers and called square dances  for a number of years. He…

Pee Wee football played at Autzen

It was a long time between last year’s tough loss in championship game (Medford 6 URPW EAGLES 0) and the start of this, but as it turned out the wait was well worth it. The boys 2009 season ended in heartache as they lost to a tough Medford team 6-0, but coming into this season…