Game of the Week presented by CrossFit APE Strength and Conditioning for Week 4 features Klamath Union at Henley.Read More
It may only be the second week of the 2019 high school football season, but the Skyline is proving early that it is the conference to beat in the OSAA 4A. Three of the top five teams in the 4A are from the Skyline – North Valley #1, Henley #2, and Mazama #5. Phoenix and Klamath Union hold #14 and #16 respectively.Read More
Coach Alex Stork and his Henley Hornets football teams of Freshmen, Junior Varsity and Varsity players volunteered time to clean up at the 5-acre Richmond Little League Park in Mills Addition this morning.Read More
The Henley Hornets baseball and softball teams were a dominant force all season long with intense gameplay, unity and domination over their opponents. However, at the state championship the game proved to be more difficult for both teams.
All four teams had something to prove but ultimately only one team in both contests came out on top.Read More
Members of four Klamath County high school equestrian teams have qualified for the Oregon High School Equestrian Team State Championships. The riders represent Bonanza, Henley, Mazama and Lost River High Schools.Read More
Henley High School cheerleaders placed second last weekend at the USA Spirit Nationals Competition at the Anaheim Convention Center in Anaheim, Calif., against teams from all over the country.Read More
Three local wrestlers proved to have what it takes to be district champion.
Kyler Pemberton of Mazama became champion winning the 106 lb weight class defeating Gabe Chaves of Hidden Valley 11-3.
Klamath Union’s Isaiah Franco came out on top of the 126 lb weight class by defeating Asa Marwick of Hidden Valley 9-0.
In the 285 lb weight class, Mikey Sierra of Henley had his hand held high after defeating Christopher Woods of Hidden Valley by pinfall, in 1 minute 33 seconds.Read More
Tim Cleland is stepping down from the head coaching position for the Henley High Hornets baseball.
Cleland has coached at Henley for 15 years, 11 of which he served as head coach. He led the Hornets to post-season playoffs all 11 years: seven times to the semifinals, five times to the state championship games and his teams won the state title in 2013, 2014 and 2016.Read More