Chemawa’s Jose PR’s At Regis

By Jeremy McDonald jeremymcdonald73@gmail.com STAYTON, Ore.–  It has taken some time for Chemawa’s Dylias Jose to grow accustomed to the Oregon weather from where the junior is from in Arizona.  But regardless, the Braves distance runner has settled, gotten used to the weather and has improved his times in the 1,500-meter race.  Chemawa has been known…

Lutz Preparing For The Final Push

By Jeremy McDonald jeremymcdonald73@gmail.com STAYTON, Ore.–  The head wind during the home stretch of each of the four laps of the 1,500-meter race Friday afternoon at Regis High School for the Regis Community Twilight Meet was grueling.  But as grueling as it was as each of the 19 runners in the race to pace it…

Preparing For Districts

By Jeremy McDonald jeremymcdonald73@gmail.com STAYTON, Ore.–  Regis Cameron Diacetis has the look like he’s entering the peak of his powers in the shot put in his final Regis Twilight Meet where he picked up his sixth win in the event this season.  All while PR-ing in the event with a throw of 46-feet-four-inches Friday afternoon…

Sprague Baseball Shuts Out South 1-0

By Jeremy McDonald jeremymcdonald73@gmail.com MCMINNVILLE, Ore.– With how crummy the weather was Friday evening, pitching by both Sprague and South Salem Baseball were spot on as the two Salem schools traveled to Linfield University to play their Mountain Valley Conference game. The Saxons’ Carter Nelson went the distance, striking out three while allowing four hits…

Regis’ McMullen Signs With Western Oregon University Football

By Jeremy McDonald jeremymcdonald73@gmail.com STAYTON, Ore.–  This past season has been tough for Tristan McMullen as he suffered a torn meniscus and had to go through the process and recovery of having it repaired. But here he was.  Surrounded by his friends, his family.  Signing his Letter of Intent to play football at Western Oregon University…