Eugene, Springfield and Lane County Headlines
Colts’ comeback bid comes up short
Thurston yielded just four yards too many to complete a three-score turnaround and hand North Medford its first league loss of the season. Black Tornado quarterback Troy Fowler scrambled for a 4-yard go-ahead score with 13 seconds r
- Marist done in by penalties against Eagle Point
Senior quarterback Jorge Quintero led Eagle Point to a surprising 14-13 upset over Marist in a Midwestern League football game Friday night at Marist High. Quintero completed 13-of-18 passes for 165 yards and two touchdowns, including a 35-yard touchdo
- Lancers stay ground-bound
Churchill football coach Darrell Mehl was sick of watching his team’s passing offense soar while the running game fizzled, so the Lancers spent the past two weeks working almost exclusively on improving their rushing attack. Mission accomplished.
- Millers light it up
With a record amount of rain in the past few weeks, Friday’s nonleague matchup between Hermiston and Springfield figured to be a muddy, low-offense affair on the thick grass of Silke Field. You can count Millers coach Dave Heu
- Volleyball drops second straight Pac-12 battle
Although the Oregon volleyball team had a week off from competition, the result was the same as the last time they took the floor. After suffering a four-set loss last Friday against the No. 2 Washington Huskies, the Ducks fell in another four sets to
- Oregon women’s soccer falls to Utah in first road test
In their first road game of the 2013 season, the Oregon’s women’s soccer team fell to the Utah Utes 1-0. The Utes got off to a hot start on Friday night in Salt Lake City, Utah, shooting three times in the first eight minutes and taking a c
- Car crashes into Springfield antique store
A car crashed through the front of an antique store in Springfield on Friday afternoon. No one was hurt, but the crash did extensive damage to Indulge antique shop on Mohawk Boulevard. The crash is under investigation.
- App leads police to stolen iPhone, jewelry still missing
An iPhone stolen September 28 from a car parked at Alsea Falls broadcast its location the next day via an app when someone turned the phone on. Police tracked the phone to an Oaklea Drive property in Junction City.
- Deadwood residents prepare to state case to keep post office hours
- Man dies in two-vehicle crash
- Predictions: Oregon Ducks Football at Colorado Buffaloes
Before kickoff between the Colorado Buffaloes and the Oregon Ducks football team, the EDN Sports team gives their analysis and predictions.
- Beacons Defense Comes Through in 0-0 Draw
The NCU Beacons women’s soccer team held strong defensively in a 0-0 draw against Southern Oregon University.
- Thurston shuts out Churchill, 1-0
Senior forward Sarah Johnson scored in the 24th minute to lead Thurston to a 1-0 girls soccer victory over Churchill on Thursday at the Willamalane Center. Johnson, an honorable mention all-league selection on the Colts’ undef
- Driver dies after crash impact bends pickup
A woman died after her truck left the road and collided with a drainage tunnel under a driveway, Oregon State Police said.
- Sheriff: Oregon teen killed 2 men on hunting trip
A 14-year-old boy on a deer hunting trip shot and killed two others in the hunting party at a cabin in the Blue Mountains of northeastern Oregon, then accidentally shot and wounded himself, authorities said Thursday.
- Man with note robs Eugene bank
A man with a note robbed a downtown bank Thursday morning.
- Algae warning lifted at Walterville Pond
The Oregon Health Authority has lifted a health advisory issued Sept. 13 for Walterville Pond, located off Oregon Route 126, five miles east of Springfield and a half-mile northeast of Walterville.
- Dune Access and Campgrounds Shuttered
With the government shutdown still in effect, campsites run by the feds and staging areas along the Oregon Dunes National Recreation Area have locked their gates
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