This Saturday two Klamath Basin high school football teams are playing for a chance to go to the State Championship Game as they play in the OSAA OnPoint Community Credit Union Football State semifinal game in their respected classifications – 1A, Hosanna Christian Lions & 2A, Lost River Raiders.Read More
11 Runners, 130 Miles - Members of the Klamath Union High School cross country team grabbed second place overall Saturday in the prestigious Portland to Coast High School Challenge Relay. The 11-member relay team ran 130 miles in 15 hours, 30 minutes and 41.6 seconds to finish ahead of 17 other high school teams on a 24-leg course that took runners from downtown Portland to Seaside. High school teams started at 7 p.m. Friday. The KU team ran through the night, finishing at 10:30 a.m.Read More
Oregon Tech will be offering Summer Youth Camps for basketball, volleyball, soccer and softball to the community and surrounding areas. These camps will provide children and young adults from the ages 5 through 19 with the opportunity to participate in activities that will teach them teamwork and emphasize fundamentals and the importance of physical activity in living a healthy life.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
Klamath Falls, Ore. – The Klamath County Sports Officials scholarship committee announces that it will again award scholarships to selected student‐athletes from local high schools. In 2017, the scholarship fund distributed over $2,000 to Klamath Basin high school seniors.Read More
Klamath Falls, Ore. - This past weekend the Klamath County Fairgrounds was full of activity. None more adventurous than the High School Rodeo when took over the Event Center. The Jefferson State High School Rodeo Team ran the event with help from parents and advisers.Read More
Cross town and conference rivals, Henley and Mazama were victorious tonight in their match ups. #4 Mazama hosted #13 South Umpqua and won a defensive struggle in the snow. Shutting out the Lancers, 12-0. #12 Henley traveled to #5 Seaside and won a shoot out with a 99 yard drive. Securing a 43-39 victory.
Mazama will now host Henley in a second round playoff match-up on November 10th at Viking Field. Mark your calendars now. The road to the championship game runs through Klamath Falls!Read More
At the beginning of the night the Skyline had a 3-way tie for first place. By the end of the night, there was still a 3-way tie for first place, as all thee teams won their games.
- The Mazama Vikings beat North Valley tonight 54-6.
- Henley earned a victory tonight over Hidden Valley 56-6.
- Phoenix triumphed over Klamath Union 40-19.
However, the Mazama Vikings ultimately come out on top as 4 time conference champions. As they had beaten the Phoenix Pirates on the road earlier this season. Phoenix takes second as they had beaten Henley at home earlier this season.Read More
Mazama 21 vs. HENLEY 22
KLAMATH UNION 55 vs. Hidden Valley 0
TRIAD 42 vs. Hosanna 16
North Lake 38 vs. CHILOQUIN 52
Bonanza 12 vs. ROGUE RIVER 52
Illinois Valley 19 vs. LOST RIVER 61
Dunsmuir 0 vs TULELAKE 47
Hayfork 22 vs BUTTE VALLEY 52Read More
Klamath Falls, Ore. - The 2017 rendition of the Canal Bowl did not disappoint - conference play, homecoming, female kickers, all elevated a rowdy cross town rivalry.
Both teams started the game of slowly but KU led at half and Mazama found its self trailing at home 12-6.
Halftime featured the annual Homecoming Ceremony and a performance of Thriller by the Mazama Marching Band.Read More