13-year-old Redmond boxer Kevin Ochoa-Limbeck had lost close decisions in the finals of the last two silver gloves championships, but the third time was the charm.
Central Oregon Daily’s Eric Lindstrom shows us how the Redmond boxer won a national title in Missouri over the weekend.
Kevin got a welcome home celebration fit for a champion on Sunday afternoon. 75 friends, family, and fans showed up at Redmond airport to congratulate Kevin on his national title when he arrived back home from Missouri. Kevin says he hopes to fight for the U.S Olympic boxing team in the future.
13-Year-Old Redmond Boxer Fights for National Championship This Week
From Olympic decathletes to BMX World Champions, there must be something in the water in Central Oregon. Our region produces a lot of world class athletes, and the sport of boxing is no exception.
Central Oregon Daily’s Eric Lindstrom reports from Independence, Missouri where a 13 year old boxer from Redmond named Kevin Ochoa-Limbeck is vying for a national title this week at the Silver Gloves Championships.
Tune into Central Oregon Daily for live updates on Kevin’s fights from Independence, Missouri on Thursday and Friday night at 6pm on KOHD-ABC and 7pm on KBNZ-CBS and throughout the weekend on the Central Oregon Daily Facebook and Twitter pages.
Lynden Harry started shooting baskets as a little girl at the Warm Springs Indian Reservation and now she is leading the Madras High School White Buffaloes to the playoffs this season.
Central Oregon Daily’s Eric Lindstrom spent some time in Madras and Warm Springs to find out more about the little point guard with big dreams for her future on and off the court.
The Bend High Lava Bears boys’ basketball team is off to a strong state this season. The team currently boasts a 9 – 3 record, is ranked 4th in the state and that’s all with no seniors in its starting lineup. Central Oregon Daily’s Eric Lindstrom talks with Lava Bears coach Scott Baker about what the rest of the season might hold for the team.
The Oakland Raiders announce that former head coach and current sports analyst Job Gruden will be the team’s new head coach.
Central Oregon Daily’s Eric Lindstrom caught up with one of the many die-hard Raiders fans who live in Bend, to get his take on the hiring of Gruden.
Larry and His Flask have been bringing their high-energy live performances to Central Oregon and the entire nation for over a decade and for one night only, New Years Eve, they’re bringing it to their hometown fans right here in Bend. Here’s a preview of their upcoming show at volcanic theater and a look at the history of the band.
For all the latest arts and cultural listings pick up the latest issue of the Source Weekly or go to their website at bendsource.com.
It’s a cycling race that draws riders from all over the world to Central Oregon. But after this year’s event, organizers of the Cascade Cycling Classic said that the race’s future was in limbo. However, two new partners have stepped in to revive the event.
Central Oregon Daily’s Eric Lindstrom looks at the latest developments.
When you spend your career in law enforcement, you expect to deal with some of the worst elements of society, but there’s another side of that line of work that most people don’t think about and that’s the impact on the family of the law enforcement community.
Central Oregon Daily’s Eric Lindstrom introduces us to Deschutes County Sheriff’s Deputy Gary Cima, who recently served his last shift after nearly four decades of serving and protecting the people of Oregon.
The Bend Christmas Parade kicks off at noon Saturday when floats and Christmas cheer will fill the streets.
Central Oregon Daily’s Eric Lindstrom takes a closer look at Bend Oregon Raider Nation‘s unique float that you’ll see along the parade route.
The community of La Pine, Oregon is buzzing about tonight’s football game, when the La Pine High School Hawks will host a first-round playoff game with their perfect 9-0 record on the line.
For one longtime La Pine family with three generations coaching or playing on the team, this history-making season is about more than just winning a state championship. It’s about leaving a legacy for the entire community.
Central Oregon Daily’s Eric Lindstrom looks at what’s at stake tonight.