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The Roseburg High softball team defeated Eagle Point for the third time in five days on Wednesday, but the Eagles didn't roll over in the nonleague game. Junior right-hander Makinna Akers pitched a three-hitter with a season-high 15 strikeouts and
Age 89, of Roseburg, Oregon, passed away peacefully in her home on Thursday, July 21, 2011 of natural causes. She was born on September 12, 1921 in Rock Falls, Illinois to Leon and Gladis Andreas. A recent article in the News Review celebrated Joyce
Roseburg held a 6-1 lead over Putnam after the top of the second inning, but the Indians opened the door with some poor defense and the Kingsmen took advantage. Roseburg committed five errors and the Kingsmen took the lead for good with three runs in
North Medford softball team Roseburg's Breanne Thomas slides safely across home plate with the winning run on an Evie Jarrett double as North Medford catcher Amanda Wolfe awaits the throw in the bottom of the seventh inning in Game 1 Saturday at
Sophomore Selmar Hutchins III won the javelin with a personal best throw of 192 feet, 3 inches, highlighting Roseburg's performances in the Oregon Relays track and field meet on Friday and Saturday and Hayward Field. Freshman Shelby Snook finished
Makinna Akers and Justine Rhines combined on a two-hitter as the Roseburg Indians picked up a 6-1 win over Sheldon in a Southwest Conference softball makeup game on Wednesday. Breanne Thomas went 2-for-4 for Roseburg (7-7, 4-3 SWC), which plays a
Roseburg shortstop Breanne Thomas attempts to tag out Grants Pass baserunner Rashaun Sells during a play at second base in the sixth inning...Michael Sullivan/News-Review Morgan Barnes continues to be a thorn to the Roseburg High softball team.
Senior Crysta Conn is one of five returning starters for Roseburg. Michael Sullivan/The News-Review The 2010 Roseburg softball team will mix some younger players just getting their ears wet on the varsity level in with five returning starters,
Evie Jarrett had a run-scoring single and freshman Makinna Akers added an RBI double for Roseburg (1-1) in the final frame. Meghan Sanders, Hailey Averett, Shauna Collins and Crysta Conn had the other hits. Sarah Haga went 3-for-4, Taylor Mackey 2-
There were physical and mental errors, typical for a season opener. Roseburg High's softball team made a few on both sides, but did enough positive things to beat Sprague of Salem, 7-6, on Monday in a non-conference game at Stewart Park.