Week one of high school football kicked off around Oregon on Friday and the KVAL sports team has you covered with the scores, stats and highlights.
The Bandon Tigers enter this season with a lot more experience than they had last year, but they understand experience doesn't guarantee wins.
The Coquille High School football team is filling holes. 15 of them to be exact, as they lost 15 seniors after last season.
Chris Miller's return to the sideline helped South Eugene earn its first win since the 2010 season. Plus, a complete wrap up from the opening week of the high school football season.
The South Coast All-Stars recently arrived back in Coos County after taking third place at the regional tournament.
Former Oregon basketball star Luke Jackson organized an all-star Barnstorm game for Sunday evening just like he did back in 2004.
The Marshfield Pirates are coming off of a less than stellar season, but with a new head coach and also in a new classification running a whole new offense, the Pirates are ready to set sail on a new voyage towards success.
For the boys of summer from the south coast, Clyde Allen Field in North Bend is their 'Field of Dreams'.
The Siulsaw boys track and field team won the 4A boys championship on Saturday at Hayward Field with 60 points.
Following a dramatic play-in game last week, the Marshfield High School softball team is both confident and excited for the round of 16.
The North Bend Bulldogs have a lot on their plate, as they have to travel clear across the state to face off against the defending champions out of Ontario.
KVAL Sports has coverage of the Southwest Conference boys tournament, the Midwestern League boys and girls tournaments and the Sky-Em boys tournament.
Ben DeSaulnier had 25 points and Derek Nash added 22 to lead Philomath to a 54-47 victory over North Bend in the quarterfinals of the OSAA Class 4A boys tournament on Tuesday.
Jessep Fay scored 22 points and Mikah Reed had 16 to lead Elmira past South Umpqua 71-45 as the Falcons advance to the 4A state tournament.
Western Oregon's longest running high school basketball highlights show continues on February 22nd, 2013, it's High School Gameday.