Redmond High was coming off a trip to the Class 4A state football semifinals. The Panthers mustered just 225 yards of total offense and only 113 yards through the air. But 35 of those came on a touchdown pass from Ryan Westendorf to J.D. Steele. And Shane Kooch punched in a 2-yard TD run. That was just enough for Redmond. Only 19 total points were scored in that game on Sept. 1, 1995, but the Panthers opened the season with a 13-6 win at South Medford.
Josh Nordell finds himself checking air quality updates quite frequently these days. “Every hour,” he said Thursday. “It’s just on my phone now. And then we have a big talk about it with the AD at 1:30 or 2 (p.m.) every day.”Nordell, the cross-country coach at Sisters High School, was excited to learn that the air quality in Sisters on Thursday registered a moderate 98. “We’re good to go,” he said.
After three weeks of practice, Bend High is understandably eager to kick off the 2017 football season. If only the Lava Bears knew where their opener will be played. With smoke from nearby wildfires plaguing Central Oregon air quality, the Lava Bears’ nonconference game against Central could be relocated from Bend to Independence, according to Bend athletic director Dave Williams.
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Selecting a term
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