Crushers Lose Heartbreaking Playoff Play-In Game On Walk-Off

By Jeremy McDonald jeremymcdonald73@gmail.com ROSEBURG, Ore.–  It was a heartbreaking way to end their incredible season.  It’s hard to imagine at the start of the season to see the Post 58 Crushers at the one-game Play-in game Friday night in Roseburg in a league with traditional powers like the Withnell Dodgers, Corvallis Gerding Marketmen and…

Wrapping Up Team Camp

By Jeremy McDonald jeremymcdonald73@gmail.com TURNER, Ore.–  The good news for Cascade entering this football season was that they lost one senior in David Kanoff.  The better news is that they replaced him with Ethan Newton, known as Rogue to the Cougar community who will be taking Kanoff’s spot at Wing in the Cascade offense after taking last…

Dallas-Cascade Getting Reps In

By Jeremy McDonald jeremymcdonald73@gmail.com TURNER, Ore.–  It’s beginning to feel like a sense of normalcy is returning when Dallas and Cascade scrimmaged Wednesday morning. There was that summer league feel, but they went five instead of the best-of-three they would normally see this time of year.  Helping to see where they were at endurance wise entering…

Preparing For Senior Year

By Jeremy McDonald jeremymcdonald73@gmail.com CANBY, Ore.– Following her first-team Oregon West Conference and second team 4A All State team, Cascade’s Hannah Walliman has been building upon her successful Junior Year in preparation for her Senior Year this Summer playing with the Oregon Rebels 16U-Gonzalez team as a pitcher and Infielder. The 16U Canby Open Scramble gave…

Rebels Rally By Ambush At 16U State

By Jeremy McDonald jeremymcdonald73@gmail.com BEAVERTON, Ore.–  It was a difference in approach Friday afternoon at Sunset Sports Park in Beaverton for both the Oregon Rebels-Hadden 16U and the Newberg Ambush 16U. The 16A/B State Tournament started and both the Rebels (3-2 to Salem Aftershock) and Ambush (17-11 to Frost Elite-Paige) each dropped tough openers when…

OWC Girls Basketball Honors

By Jeremy McDonald jeremymcdonald73@gmail.com Sage Kramer of Philomath won Player of the Year and the Warriors Ben Silva won Coach of the Year with Philomath going 13-2 and finished 4A State Runner-Up.  Cascade’s Ariel Tobiasson and Kenna Coleman, along with Stayton’s Karlee Tyler were first-team Oregon West Conference selections. Here’s the Full List: First Team…

OWC Boys Basketball Honors

By Jeremy McDonald jeremymcdonald73@gmail.com Cascade’s Carson Molan won his second-straight Player of the Year award and Cougar Head Coach Calvin Molan received Coach of the Year honors.  Cascade finished State Runner-Up, falling to Marshfield in the 4A State Final. Here’s the Full Oregon West Conference: First Team Carson Molan- Cascade Hunter Coulter- Sweet Home Jeovanny…

Rebels Take Seven-Inning Game Over NM Magic

By Jeremy McDonald jeremymcdonald73@gmail.com AURORA, Ore.–  The Oregon Rebels 16U-Hadden team were just hitting their stride entering this past weekend in Colorado when the Firecracker Tournament was canceled three games in. Sitting at 3-0, they were looking to do some serious damage in bracket play when the cancelation came down; but nonetheless the squad carried…

Post 58 Crushers Extends Unbeaten Streak To Eight

By Jeremy McDonald jeremymcdonald73@gmail.com EUGENE, Ore.–  All the Post 58 Crushers needed was a spark down 3-1 against the Garciaparra Baseball Group in the Papa’s Pizza Baseball Tournament Thursday afternoon. Entering the second inning with the deficit, the Crushers loaded up the bases only to see Jefferson-grad DJ Krider rip a three-run double, turning the two-run…

4A All-State Girls Soccer List

By Jeremy McDonald jeremymcdonald73@gmail.com North Marion’s Mya Hammack was named 4A State Player of the Year as the Huskies won the 4A State Title in Penalty Kicks over Marist on April 10. North Marion fielded two on the first team. Stayton’s Karlee Tyler (Honorable Mention GK), the Eagles Maddie Pask and Cascade’s Ariel Tobiasson were…

Cascade Gets Redemption Over Klamath Union

By Jeremy McDonald jeremymcdonald73@gmail.com SISTERS, Ore.–  We were on pace for the same story, same verse Tuesday afternoon at Sisters High School. It felt like a home game for Cascade, having played there playing the Outlaws once-a=year there in recent years, and it was against a familiar foe in Klamath Union.  The Pelicans and Cougars…

Cascade’s Fraser Signs With Bushnell For Track

By Jeremy McDonald jeremymcdonald73@gmail.com TURNER, Ore.–  Being tenacious has been one of the main characteristics of Cascade’s Ashley Fraser her whole life.  Middle School going into High School and now into college following her signing her Letter of Intent to run Track at Bushnell University in Eugene. Her tenacity helped her win the 400-meter Oregon…