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…

Eagle Point Softball Takes Two Losses to South Medford

On Saturday, Apr. 21st, Eagle Point’s varsity softball team lost both games of a double-header against the Panthers from South Medford High School. The final scores were 4 – 7 in the first game and 4 – 11 in the second game. The eight combined runs were a marked improvement for the Eagles compared to…

Eagle Point Softball is Hit Hard by Star Pitcher from North Medford

Junior starting pitcher for North Medford, Maryssa Becker, has already been admitted to play softball for the University of Louisville. Becker pitched both complete games, and the Eagles were rarely able to put more than three batters to the plate. “Obviously, we faced a really good pitcher,” Eagles head coach, Tony Baron, said of Becker….

Eagles Rally But Not Enough to Beat Grants Pass

The Eagle Point varsity baseball team is more talented than their 4-8 record shows right now. When they played 6A division Grants Pass High School on Saturday Apr. 7th, stunning moments of athleticism came from the Eagles throughout the game. Second baseman, Cody Pfister launched himself at full extension and rolled in the dirt to…

Eagle Point baseball splits with KU

Early news reports predicted some rather nasty weather for the weekend of St. Patrick’s Day. According to Eagles’ varsity head coach, Mike Newmann, the Eagle Point vs Klamath Union double-header was the only game in the valley that was not postponed for rain on Saturday, March 17. All this had an undesired psychological effect on…

Time to be proud

Coach Bryan Wood doesn’t want to take credit for the Eagles getting to state the first time since 1979 and that’s fine. Some of the rest of us will give him considerable credit. There is no doubt, it does take two to do the dance, which means it takes a team and a coaching staff….

Eagles had a taste of state competition last weekend

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In Bryan Wood’s first year as head coach at EPHS, the Fighting Eagles basketball team went to the state playoffs for the first time in over three decades. But, coach Wood did not claim responsibility for his team’s success this season. “Our kids deserve a lot of credit. We came a long ways in six…

EPHS basketball in state tourney, Mar. 8

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The Oregon State basketball playoffs are down to the final eight teams in the 5A division. With their latest victory on their home court, over the West Albany Bulldogs, Eagle Point’s varsity basketball team has earned their place in the brackets. The Eagles beat the Bulldogs by a score of 66 – 56. “Earned” is…

Eagles are at home in playoff Saturday, Mar. 3

Garrett Snow, EPHS|Garrett Snow goes up for the jump shot in the playoff game against Crescent Valley.

The Eagles varsity basketball team has entered the post-season with a victory over the Crescent Valley Raiders on Saturday, Feb. 25th. The final score was 65 – 48. This was the play-in game to determine who goes to the playoffs and who gets eliminated from competition. Naturally, both teams played at a high level of…

Eagles’ winning streak broken in double overtime

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Eagle Point’s varsity boys basketball team suffered the end of their recent seven game winning streak at the hands of Grants Pass High School on Thursday, Feb. 9. After double overtime, the final score was 66 – 70. This was only the second time they have seen overtime this season, but the Eagles kept it…