Mazama High School seniors celebrated their graduation Friday evening, walking across the stage and turning their tassels as their classmates, friends and family cheered.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
The Mazama boys track team used home field advantage and ran away from the competition in the 27th annual Lithia Track and Field Invitational held Saturday. Mazama finished with 129 team points, Henley captured second with 89 points.
This was the first victory by a Klamath Basin school in this meet since 2013 when the Henley girls won, and the first time for a Mazama team winning since 1999.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
Mazama, Hosanna Christian, Lost River and Lakeview are all in the OSAA Quarterfinals this weekend. The Vikings, Raiders and Honkers will all be on the road facing a set of challenging tough opponents. The Lions will play the Adrian Antelopes at home. But no matter where the teams play, they all will be playing for a chance to move one step closer to the state championship.Read More
onfires, royalty, football games and dances. Homecoming – a high school tradition when alumni return to their alma maters – is upon us.
This week, Henley and Mazama high schools are gearing up for their Friday night homecoming events with week-long spirit celebrations. Both schools have traditional bonfires scheduled for tonight (Oct. 3) – Henley will light the fire at 8:30 p.m.; Mazama at 6:30 p.m.Read More