Oregon High School Football Schedule, Live Streams in Yamhill County This Week
The 2023 high school football season is in progress, and if you're looking for how to stream matchups in Yamhill County, Oregon this week, we've got the information. Follow High School Football this season on the NFHS Network! Keep tabs on your family or alma mater and tune in!. Other...
Slow start doesn’t stop Falls City gridders
Falls City/Kings Valley Charter struggled early, worked out a few kinks and then rolled over Mohawk, 46-19, in gridiron action from Friday. “We didn’t start off the game very crisp, giving up an onside kick on the opening kickoff, then a quick touchdown,” stated Dean Munkers, coach of the Mountaineers. “After their second touchdown put (Mohawk) up 12-7, we made some changes defensively and the team responded.”
Dragons sweep Woodburn, await Central in volleyball
The Dallas varsity volleyball team played a good South Albany team tough, and then swept Woodburn in Mid Willamette Conference volleyball action from last week. Against the Redhawks, the match went to a fifth and decisive set. But South Albany eventually prevailed, 3-2.
Bulldogs take advantage of turnovers, beat Dragons 42-15
This one was over before the first notes of “Sweet Caroline” played over the loudspeakers at Friday’s varsity football game between the hosts Dragons and West Albany. Neil Diamond was joined by Miley Cyrus and AC/DC as halftime entertainment, but even this powerhouse trio was unable to lift the spirits of the unusually subdued crowd, as the Dallas varsity football team was already down 35-7.
Bulldogs drop high-scoring game with Willamina
Culver quarterback Houston Wittenberg threw seven touchdown passes, but it wasn't enough on the road against Willamina Sept. 21. The Willamina Bulldogs used a brutal running attack to outscore the Culver Bulldogs 62-50. With a larger roster, Willamina was able to sub more freely and were more fresh come the fourth quarter. Prior to that, Culver managed to stay in or near the lead. ...
Panthers’ volleyball team on prowl for first win
The Panthers varsity volleyball squad won a battle, but lost the war, 3-1. Central won a set for the first time in four weeks, and it came against a Corvallis team that has won five of six matches in the Mid Willamette Conference.
Preview | Vikings Travel South in GNAC Play
BELLINGHAM, Wash. – The Western Washington University women's soccer team is back on the road this week with a pair of Great Northwest Athletic Conference matches. WWU is 3-2-2 on the season and off to an undefeated 1-0-1 start to conference play. The Vikings travel to play at Saint Martin's on Thursday (3 pm) in Lacey and continue south to take on Western Oregon on Saturday in Monmouth (2 pm).
Lake Oswego wins big over McMinnville; plus, other high school games
Lake Oswego scored early and often with running backs Zavier Russell and LaMarcus Bell, combining for more than 100 yards on the ground and four scores. Quarterback Liam Davis found his way over the goal line shortly before halftime to give the Lakers a commanding 28-0 lead at the break.
Neah-Kah-Nie falls short against bulldogs
Playing In their first home game in two years, the Neah-Kah-Nie High Pirates (0-2) had hoped that it would provide them with a little inspiration to come out and have a good performance in a Class 2A football nonleague contest versus the Willamina High Bulldogs. Unfortunately, the No. 12-ranked Bulldogs (2-0) spoiled the Pirates plans to celebrate a home win as they won 35-6 Sept. 8 at Neah-Kah-Nie High School in Rockaway. The Pirates, guided by first-year Coach Alejandro Quintana-Rios, were just overwhelmed by the...
Wildcats Take Down Wolves 17-7 in Pacific Northwest Battle
MONMOUTH, Ore. – The Central Washington Wildcat football (2-2) defeated the Western Oregon Wolves (1-3) 17-7 to determine that the Wildcats are the "Kings of the Pacific Northwest in NCAA Division II Football". QUOTABLE. "I'm really proud of the guys and the way they prepared this week," CWU Head...
Mistakes keep struggling Dallas volleyball winless
An inability to shake off mistakes doomed Dallas High’s volleyball team in its home opener Tuesday night. The Dragons got off to strong starts in two of their three sets against Crescent Valley and played close with the Raiders – Oregon’s fifth-ranked Class 5A team – for stretches. But to hear both coach Shana Lavier and senior libero Kaelyn Golden tell it, the winless Dragons’ struggle to get out of their own heads negated those short-lived successes in a 25-13, 25-16, 25-21 loss.
GAME PREVIEW: Aces Rested and Ready to Take on Dallas Wings in WNBA Semifinals Game 1 Sunday
LAS VEGAS (September 23, 2023)—The top seeded Las Vegas Aces, having dispatched the Chicago Sky in a two-game sweep last Sunday, are ready to continue their playoff run tomorrow against the No. 4 seed Dallas Wings in the WNBA Semifinals at Michelob ULTRA Arena (2 pm on ESPN2). While...
Central High volleyball team finally gets a break
The schedule makers are about to provide the Panthers varsity volleyball team with a break. After a string of matches against the best the Mid Willamette Conference has to offer, albeit the best the state has to offer, Central High is about to play three matches against teams - McKay, Dallas and Woodburn - that more closely match their skill set.
Garcia-Silver wins Prefontaine Memorial Run
Sep. 19—Marshfield graduate Alex Garcia-Silver won the Prefontaine Memorial Run on Saturday, besting the field in the annual 10-kilometer run in memory of legend Steve Prefontaine. Garcia-Silver covered the course in 31 minutes and 31 seconds, pulling away from Bailey Smith of Monmouth on the final downhill stretch for...
Intramural sports kicks-off with flag football
On campus there is a wide variety of events, clubs, and organizations that students can get involved in. Intramural sports is one way students can spend their free time with classmates and enjoy themselves. Flag football kicked off the 2023 Intramural season with huge success pulling in 120 players, Diego...
Wildcats Battle Wolves to Determine "Kings of the Pacific Northwest"
ELLENSBURG, Wash. – The Central Washington football team (1-2) will take to the road for the first time in three weeks to make the trip to Pacific Northwest rival, the Western Oregon Wolves (1-2) in Monmouth, Oregon this Saturday at 1:05 p.m. LINKS. LONE STAR NETWORK: HERE. LIVE STATS:...
Undefeated Matchups and Border Battles Set To Kick Off
PORTLAND, Ore. –The road to the GNAC Championships begins on Thursday with all eight GNAC women’s soccer programs in action this week against each other for the first time this season. The last decade has seen reigning national champion Western Washington win seven GNAC titles, but don’t tell...
Men’s and women’s soccer doubleheader shines spotlight on Maui fires
Come to cheer on both the Linfield Men’s and Women’s soccer programs this Sunday, Sept. 24 starting at noon. The first double header of the season will be pink out themed in support of the communities devastated by the fires on Maui. Hui O Lōkahi, also known as the Linfield Hawai’i club, encourages spectators to show support by wearing pink to the Linfield4Maui game.
Vote for Statesman Journal Athlete of the Week
The fall sports season is underway, and there are many Mid-Valley athletes already doing impressive things. This week’s Statesman Journal Athlete of the Week nominees are:. Vote for the athlete you think is most deserving at bit.ly/44UH36g. The poll closes at noon Thursday. Nelida Dalgas, North Salem cross country:...
Calm Before the GNAC Storm Settles Over Men’s Soccer
A brief moment to reflect reveals five teams on the right side of the .500 mark with second-year program Western Oregon leading the way on a 3-2-0 non-conference record. Along with the Wolves, Montana State Billings’ (3-2-1) non-conference performances mean that two of the top programs heading into conference play have never won a GNAC title.