Mt. Bachelor Gets its First Powder Day of the Season

If you found more coworkers than usual calling out sick today, it might be because Mt Bachelor got almost a foot of snow overnight. Central Oregon Daily’s Eric Lindstrom was at the bottom of the slopes checking in with the lucky skiers and snowboarders who hit the mountain today.

Summit High School Cross Country Girls Vying for National Title

***UPDATE ON SATURDAY – Summit High School Cross Country Girls are National Champions after winning the Nile Cross Nationals in Portland in Saturday morning***

The Summit High School Girls’ Cross-Country team has been ranked Number One in the country for the past month, but on Saturday, they get a chance to win that top spot at the national competition in the Portland area.
Central Oregon Daily’s Eric Lindstrom caught up with three of the runners before they left town for their title shot.

Pray for Snow

Mt Bachelor generally tries to schedule its opening day on the Thanksgiving weekend, but this year Mother Nature isn’t cooperating. However the ski area employees and local skiers remain hopeful that colder tempuratures could bring snow sooner rather than later.

Central Oregon Daily’s Allison Roecker went up to the mountain today to check out the current conditions.

Madras Teenager Overcomes Condition to Become Kicker for Football Team

If you watch 17-year-old Kaegan Prevett kick field goals for the Madras High School football team, you would never know that he has been battling a condition called Treacher Collins Syndrome since he was born.

Central Oregon Daily’s Eric Lindstrom spoke with Kaegan, his parents and his coach to hear more of his inspiring story.

The Center Foundation Player of the Game: Jonas Larson

Complementing a stout defensive effort, Jonas Larson rushed for three touchdown and 175 yards to lead visiting Mountain View High School to a 24-7 victory over Bend Senior High School in the annual Civil War football game Friday night at Punk Hunnel Stadium.
 
The senior back’s effort earned him The Center Foundation Player of the Game honors.

The Road to Hillsboro: 6A Volleyball

Summit High School‘s Storm and Bend Senior High School Lava Bears faced off last night in a cross-town rivalry. Central Oregon Daily’s Eric Lindstrom has the highlights of the last night’s game.

Summit and Bend Keep Volleyball Rivalry Alive in 6A Competition

Bend Senior High School‘s Lava Bears knew that this year’s road to state would be their toughest yet with the jump up to 6A competition. But despite the competition in the Salem area, Bend’s biggest road block to their state title is proving to be right here at home.
 
Bend’s own cross-town rival the Summit High School Storm currently sits atop the mountain conference bracket. The two schools renew their rivalry with their last big test before post-season play begins.