Dayton Rolls By Scio 11-3

By Jeremy McDonald jeremymcdonald73@gmail.com SCIO, Ore– Maddie Fluke did all she could hitting low in the zone against Scio Tuesday afternoon on the road to throw off the Lady Loggers batters in the two squads PacWest Conference match-up. With both the Pirates and the Loggers now in the same conference after the past several years…

Scio Wraps Up Preseason With Win Over Willamina

By Jeremy McDonald jeremymcdonald73@gmail.com SCIO, Ore.– Willamina had their chances to do some serious damage to Scio Softball Thursday afternoon on the road. They took a quick 1-0 lead on the Loggers and the pitching of Liz Nolen threw the stout Scio bats off for the opening three innings as they held the 3A juggernaut…

Scio Opens Season With Big Win Over Kennedy

By Jeremy McDonald jeremymcdonald73@gmail.com MT. ANGEL, Ore.– It’s weird to see someone not named Tressa Reidman in the circle for Kennedy when they open up the 2019 season against Scio at home Monday afternoon. Nonetheless, against a young Logger team in front of them that lost their fair share of Seniors from last season, Grace…

Scio Softball Looking To Fresh Faces In 2019

By Jeremy McDonald jeremymcdonald73@gmail.com SCIO, Ore.–  It’s the first season without the once-in-a-generational class that just recently graduated this past June at Scio High School for their Softball team. That class had certainly left a huge standard behind with the Loggers seeing four-straight 3A State Semi-Final appearances during their time in the Orange and Black….

Believe And Trust

By Jeremy McDonald jeremymcdonald73@gmail.com SCIO, Ore.– Scio Head Wrestling Coach Matt Parazoo kept bringing up believing before and after Monday’s practice in their mat room. To believe in themselves and in their abilities to perform to the best they can. Parazoo also played over the sound system in the facility crowd reaction from State Matches…

Scio’s Martin Qualifies For State With Runner-Up Performance

By Jeremy McDonald jeremymcdonald73@gmail.com SPRINGFIELD, Ore.—It’s weird to think about it when you first hear it. First-year wrestler going to State. Scio’s Riana Martin did just that Saturday as she finished second in the 105-pound OSAA Southern Division State Qualifier at Thurston High School. While most hope to place at a meet like that, Martin…

Salem Academy Slips By Scio In Preseason Match-Up

By Jeremy McDonald jeremymcdonald73@gmail.com AURORA, Ore.– Facing Salem Academy has been a House of Horrors of sorts for Scio in recent years. But it seemed as if that gap between the Loggers and Crusaders have shrunk when the two squads met in the Consolation finals at the Abby’s Holiday Classic at North Marion High School…

Scio Takes Home Scio Holiday Wrestling Tournament Title

By Jeremy McDonald jeremymcdonald73@gmail.com SCIO, Ore.—It’s weird to imagine that this was the first-year that Riana Martin has ever wrestled. After the first period in which she led 2-1 after scoring the first takedown of the match before Gervais’ Skyler Kemton got an escape point to get the 106-pound third-fourth place bout to within one…

St. Paul Shuts Down Scio In Season Opener

By Jeremy McDonald jeremymcdonald73@gmail.com ST. PAUL, Ore.—It was one of those nights that you saw the difference in experience levels in two teams playing in their home openers. For St. Paul, its probably safe to say that they’ll be one of the favorites to compete for the 1A State Title this year with their strong…

Stover Takes Over Scio Program As Season Kicks Off In A Week

By Jeremy McDonald jeremymcdonald73@gmail.com SCIO, Ore.–  As they enter the Thanksgiving break and a few days off before gearing back up for their first game against St. Paul on the road on Thursday, the Scio Girls Basketball team were listening to new Head Coach Dave Stover reminding them to stay active during their time off…

Scio Boys Basketball Ready To Take Next Step

By Jeremy McDonald jeremymcdonald73@gmail.com Scio Boys Basketball found themselves in a lot of close battles in 2018, four of their losses came within four points of going the other way and two coming within eight of tying the game as they returning a solid crew of returners entering this season. “Last year we competed with…

Getting The Job Done

By Jeremy McDonald jeremymcdonald73@gmail.com SCIO, Ore.–  The ride that Scio has been on was probably unprecedented. They started the season with less than 20 kids, roughly about 17.  Probably be big enough to be fielded as an 8-man team in 1A with two at every position. They lost a tight game to Molalla, lost a…