This was to be expected.
Philomath High School’s cross-country program ranks as one of the most consistent winners among all sports in any classification. Coach Joe Fulton’s teams churn out quality runners year after year. It’s pretty much a given each season that the Warriors will somehow factor into the 4A picture.
Win and advance.
The last time Philomath High School teams competed, the boys and girls basketball teams had both defeated Phoenix on the home floor. That was March 7 in the first round of the Class 4A state playoffs. The tournament that the Warriors were to participate in the following week ended up getting…
The running club wasn’t enough for Meaghan Alba.
The COVID-19 pandemic has forced mid-valley families to stay close to home — in many cases quarantined in their homes for days on end — but it hasn’t kept them from exploring the natural wonders of Linn and Benton counties, parks directors for both counties say.
If Philomath High can get a stamp of approval from the district superintendent, Athletic Director Tony Matta hopes to see all sports programs participate in a series of fall practice sessions to get in some work before their abbreviated seasons arrive next year.
Stand near the restrooms at Philomath City Park and look westward to find home plate on the high school’s baseball field.
The long-awaited Corvallis to the Sea Trail is nearly completed.
Revisiting a request that had been made at the July meeting but sent down to the committee level for further review, the Philomath City Council approved a resolution to allow the Philomath Youth Activities Club to irrigate two new Skirvin Park ballfields at reduced water rates.
In yesterday’s sports blog, I wrote about how the Oregon West Conference’s athletic directors will work together to come up with some guidelines for “Season 1” practices. But remember, Philomath High’s football team will not compete in Class 4A this coming season, dropping down to 3A to try …
Continuing with our discussion on the OSAA’s plan for sports this coming academic year, the Oregon West Conference’s athletic directors will discuss and presumably agree on some sort of guidelines for “Season 1” — the period from the beginning of the school year until “Season 2” begins with …
As many of our sports fans should know by now, the Oregon School Activities Association earlier this week announced its plan — and I’ll emphasize, current plan — for 2020-21 athletics. The winter sports will still be played during the same time frame but with shortened seasons. That includes…
Philomath High’s athletic fields will remain silent this fall.
Haylie Bennett and Maddie Goings are hopeful for what could be salvaged of the upcoming volleyball season as the coronavirus continues to take its toll.
Often regarded as the toughest and most challenging running event, the 400-meter dash requires competitors to master a combination of speed, endurance and discipline.
For the second straight summer, a Corvallis Lady Knights softball team with a Philomath player on the roster has won a national tournament.
The Oregon School Activities Association isn’t ready to give up just yet on fall sports. Even if those teams are allowed to compete in the coming weeks amid the pandemic, their seasons will start later than usual and schedules will be modified.
Competing on hallowed ground at Hayward Field in Eugene, track and field athletes want to finish their seasons in style by standing atop a podium with a medal hanging around their necks.
Working hard inside to grab a rebound or sprinting forward in left field to snag a catch, Philomath High graduate Dylan Bennett certainly left his mark in athletics while wearing the Warrior colors.
In yesterday’s sports blog, I wrote about Philomath High graduate Brandn Vogler and his participation in the new Wild Wild West League that launched a one-month baseball season last weekend up at North Marion High School.
You can’t spit, you have to wash your hands before and during games and if you’re not on the field, you need to wear a mask. But it’s baseball.
Philomath High School’s athletic fields have come to life over the past few weeks.
A nine-run loss to Douglas in a play-in game marked the end of the 2011 season for the Philomath High baseball team. The Warriors had struggled to a 9-15 record.
The Oregon School Activities Association’s executive board met Wednesday talked about the latest developments involving the coronavirus pandemic and its potential impact on the upcoming school year. It was a closed meeting, so not much detailed information came out of the discussions but the…