RR Players In Top Five At Stone Ridge

In their first 18-hole tournament of the season, Rogue River Jr. Sr. High players finished top-five in both the boys’ and girls’ competitions at Stone Ridge Golf Club in Eagle Point on Mon., April 1 The Chieftain boys finished third out of four teams, five total, while the Rogue River[Read More…]

Wild Rogue Pro Rodeo Is Set

The Central Point Wild Rogue Pro Rodeo is almost here, full of fun and exciting rodeo events for three nights! It will be held on May 16, 17th & 18th in the Seven Feathers Event Center at the Jackson County Expo.  Ticket Information: Tickets for this highly anticipated Rodeo will[Read More…]

Alden Wins Two Events At Glide

Reagan Alden, a freshman competing in her third varsity sport this year, turned heads when she ran nearly step-for-step with two-time state track and field qualifier Suzy Smith at the Rogue Classic meet in Grants Pass last month. In the Rogue River Jr. Sr. High track and field team’s first[Read More…]

Chiefs Move Up To No. 8 In 3A

It’s still early here in the second week of April, but it might not be too early to be thinking about a playoff run for the Rogue River Jr. Sr. High softball team. Coming out of a pre-Spring Break schedule, the Chieftains were 3-1, already with a Class 3A District[Read More…]

Chiefs Struggling Out Of The Gate

With four sophomores, including its starting battery mates and two freshmen in the starting lineup of the first game of Rogue River’s doubleheader against No. 9 Glide on Tues., April 3, the Chieftains were at a disadvantage. The difference was clear, with ten errors, not to mention five walks, one[Read More…]

Wardle Qualifies For State Equestrian Events

In the second meet of her first season competing in Equestrian sports as Rogue River Jr. Sr. High’s representative, Kharis Wardle qualified for her first state equestrian meet in six events with solid finishes at the second Oregon High School Equestrian Teams (OHSET) Southern Division. Athletes in OHSET competition qualify[Read More…]

Spring Turkey Hunting A Gobbling Good Time

Pursuing wild turkeys in Oregon is a spring ritual for thousands of hunters. Toms are out and about, strutting their stuff in hopes of attracting a harem of females to pass on their genetics. There’s still time to get your scouting done prior to the general April 15 opener. Scouting[Read More…]