Sisters rolls past Culver girls
2A Culver took on a 3A challenge Thursday on their home court when the Sisters Outlaws girls basketball squad came to town. In the early going, it was a very competitive game, but the depth of the Outlaws helped them take control a minute into the second quarter, then run away with a 65-30 victory. Two buckets from Culver team leader Dania Correa and a rebound score from Haleigh St....
Girls beat Caldera
The Madras White Buffalos controlled the Caldera Wolfpack Tuesday, Dec. 5 in a girls basketball clash at Madras, won 53-46, but could never fully put the Pack away until the final whistle. The Buffs led 47-32 in the fourth, then when Katelyn Tanewasha hit a driving layup, was fouled and hit the free throw, Madras led 50-37. But Caldera began making good hustle plays and rattled off seven points in a row to close the gap to 50-44. ...
Bulldog boys still seeking first win
The Culver Bulldogs lost another tough one to the Gilchrist Grizzlies Monday in Culver 33-31, then fell to the Crook County JV2 squad Wednesday in Prineville 51-26. The Dawgs were hoping to avenge a season-opening 30-26 loss to the Grizzles on the road on Nov. 29 but a frigid offensive first half made that task difficult. The Bulldogs scored just eight points in the first two periods, but their hustling...
▶️ Summit, Redmond, and Ridgeview girls basketball all win at home Friday
On Friday night, the Summit Storm girls basketball team defeated the Sprague Olympians. The Storm’s next home game is December 15th against Sheldon. Ridgeview remain unbeaten at 3-0 after a victory over Churchill. The Ravens do not have another home game until they face Summit on January 5th.
‘We’ve got a target on our back’: Redmond wrestling looks to defend state title
REDMOND, Ore. (KTVZ) -- The Redmond wrestling team wants to defend its title as state champions. They’re off to a good start, the expectations are different now. Last year the Panthers surprised the state and maybe even themselves with their state title. This year, they’re the number one ranked...
Culver girls basketball starts 1-1
The Culver girls basketball team is already halfway to its win total of a year ago after beating the Eagle Point JVs 32-19 Friday at the Central Oregon Tip-Off at Ridgeview High School. The win came after the Bulldogs fell in its opener 44-17 to Sherman on the road Nov. 30. Culver opens its home schedule Monday against Portland Christian at 5:30 p.m. Last season the Bulldogs went 2-16, 1-13...
Correa scores 30 to lead the Bulldogs to win
Dania Correa went off on the Portland Christian Royals Monday, Dec. 4, in the Culver gymnasium. The junior dominated the game in all facets — rebounding, passing, defense and putting the ball in the basket. The post player tallied 30 points as the Culver Bulldogs won 46-27. "Dania played well all the way around," said coach TJ Fultz. "I thought Abril Gonzalez did a great job bringing the ball up...
▶️ Little Did I Know: The story of Central Oregon ski legend Virginia Meissner
Before coming to Bend, I forecasted the weather in Alaska. That’s where I developed a passion (ok, obsession) for cross-country skiing. As soon as I got into town, I was told by a friend to “Visit Virginia Meissner.” To a non-local, that was a confusing recommendation. But when I looked into the story a little more deeply, little did I know that Virginia Meisner is quite a legend in these here parts — including having a popular sno-park named after her.
New Reservation Policy for Redmond City Parks Aims to Balance Local Youth Sports and Community Needs
Redmond City has updated its Park Amenity, Field, and Court Reservations Policy. The aim is to ensure fair access to the city's growing community, especially for field reservations. The city owns ten baseball/softball fields and has seen an increase in youth sports registrations in the last three years. The new policy prioritizes local youth programs and ensures fair access for other organizations.
The Dalles swimmers open season in Redmond
The Dalles High Riverhawks boys and girls swim team competed in the Dec. 2 Jay Rowan Relays in Redmond, recording five top-five finishes. The event consisted of both boys and girls team members competing in mixed relays together while swimming the required stroke.
Downtown Redmond Ice Skating Rink Now Open
(Children waiting to hit the Redmon Ice Rink | Photo courtesy of City of Redmond) The City of Redmond and the Redmond Area Parks and Recreation District are excited to announce the Downtown Redmond Ice Rink is now open. The rink, located on the Seventh St. Plaza between Deschutes and Evergreen Avenues, is a popular destination enjoyed by all ages. Free parking available at Centennial Parking lot.
Premier Pickleball Club: A New Indoor Year-Round Facility Opens in Redmond
Discover Redmond's newest pickleball hub, the Premier Pickleball Club. With a 23,000 sq ft facility, nine indoor courts, and a variety of membership options, it's the city's first year-round indoor club. Open seven days a week, it's a haven for pickleball enthusiasts.
The Big Playback Fall Awards Show coming next week; vote for Abby’s Pizza ‘Legendary Plays of the Year’
BEND, Ore. (KTVZ) -- The winter sports season is underway, but there's still time to honor Central Oregon's fall athletes. The second annual Big Playback Fall Awards show will air next Monday, December 11th at 7pm. Local athletes will be live in studio to accept their awards. Categories include team...
Farlow’s title highlights HRV’s opening tourney
Hood River Valley’s Connor Farlow started his junior wrestling season in fitting fashion, by winning his weight class at the annual Tyrone S. Woods Memorial Tournament on Dec. 2 at Oregon City High. The tournament was won by Redmond; Hood River was 16th out of 22 scoring teams. Farlow...
Two Buffs place at Perry Burlison Invitational
The Madras White Buffalos wrestling squad finished in 16th place at the Perry Burlison Invitational Saturday at Cascade High School in Turner. The Buffs had two wrestlers place sixth in the 23-team event: Earl Oliver at 138 pounds and Deklyn Parton at 144. Oliver opened by beating Aegis Smith of Elmira via pin, then lost in the quarterfinals to Crook County’s Landon Lavey, the eventually weight class champion. Oliver then...
White Buffalos split their invitational games
Nothing like starting the year with tough opponents. The Madras Invitational Friday and Saturday, Dec. 1-2 featured four strong programs. On Friday night, the preseason coaches poll top 3A team in the state, Corbett, pounded the Marshfield Pirates 60-38. The Pirates went in as the sixth-ranked 4A team in the preseason poll. The host White...
Oregon High School Boys Basketball Schedule, Live Streams in Sherman County Today - December 5
Today, there's high school basketball on the schedule in Sherman County, Oregon. To know how to watch the games, we've got you covered below. Follow high school basketball this season on the NFHS Network! Keep tabs on your family or alma mater and tune in!. Game Time: 6:30 PM PT...
Crook County Tip-Off Classic Begins: Exciting Start to Winter Athletics Season in Central Oregon
Experience the excitement of the Crook County Tip-Off Classic as the basketball season kicks off in Central Oregon. Witness the thrilling David versus Goliath matchup between the 1A Trinity Lutheran Saints and the 5A Benh High Lava Bears. Who will emerge victorious?
A winter tradition returns: Downtown Redmond’s ice skating rink opens on Saturday
REDMOND, Ore. (KTVZ) -- The City of Redmond and the Redmond Area Parks and Recreation District are excited to announce the opening of the Downtown Redmond Ice Rink this Saturday at 2 p.m. The rink, located on the Seventh Street Plaza between Deschutes and Evergreen avenues, is a popular destination enjoyed by all ages. Free The post A winter tradition returns: Downtown Redmond’s ice skating rink opens on Saturday appeared first on KTVZ.
MHS swimmers start their season
The Madras High School swim team is rebuilding a bit this year, with new coaches and new team leaders in the water. Former MHS standout swimmer Garrett Webb, a state champion in 2017, is taking over as a coach with the program, along with Joannah Pendell. Last year’s top swimmer, Colby Anderson, graduated. He finished with a third and fourth at the state championships last March. ...