St. Paul Hands Crosshill First League Loss, Wins 12th-Straight

By Jeremy McDonald jeremymcdonald73@gmail.com TURNER, Ore.–  The St. Paul Volleyball team had to adjust without Frankie Lear, who was out not feeling well, as they return to Casco League play Monday evening at Crosshill Christian School. But nonetheless, the Buckaroos stepped up to the occasion and set the tone in the opening two sets of…

Perrydale Holds Off Crosshill Christian 40-37

By Jeremy Mcdonald Jeremymcdonald73@gmail.com TURNER, Ore.– With 3.3 seconds left in the game and walking to the line, Perrydale’s Elena Porter had the pressure on her to execute.  Crosshill Christian had just turned an 31-20 deficit to a awfully close 39-37 game. In a must-game for both teams looking for  third-place going into the Casco…

Patterson Leads Crosshill Christian To Fifth Win

By Jeremy Mcdonald Jeremymcdonald73@gmail.com TURNER, Ore.–  Crosshill Christian’s Grace Patterson was everywhere during Saturday’s 63-9 win over Siletz Valley at home, the Eagles third win in four games. The sophomore post player rebounded well on both sides of the ball while leading the game with 21 points in the non-league matchup with the Warriors. “Our team…

Crosshill Christian Boys Set Tone From Start In League Win

By Jeremy Mcdonald Jeremymcdonald73@gmail.com TURNER, Ore.–  Their loss to Country Christian at the Crusader Classic on New Year’s Eve has really fired up the Crosshill Christian boys squad.  Since their 61-52 defeat to the Cougars, the Eagles have wheeled off five-straight wins following their 69-9 Casco League win over Jewell Wednesday night to push the…

Livingstone Adventist Academy Rolls To 4-0 Start

By Jeremy Mcdonald Jeremymcdonald73@gmail.com SALEM. Ore.–  Livingstone Adventist Academy’s Emily Velazques was leading the Lions charge down the stretch in the squads 47-24 win over Crosshill Christian Monday Night. The senior forward/wing accounted for 29  points as early on the Eagles were on their heels in the Casco League matchup. “It’s honestly difficult because I’m a…

Crosshill Christian’s Bell Signs With Northwest Unviersity

By Jeremy McDonald jeremymcdonald73@gmail.com TURNER, Ore.–  Crosshill Christian Girls Basketball Head Coach Scot White had two things him and his coaching staff repeated every day at practice for their squad: “All it takes is all you have” and “Hard Work Makes Dreams Come True”. Kaylee Bell lived up to the billing, those two sayings, as…