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Ashland’s Youngest Marathoner

Ashland’s Youngest Marathoner

Isobel Whitcomb

November 9, 2011


Filed under Cross Country, Feature, Recent, Uncategorized

At 8 o’clock AM last Saturday, sleet poured down on 183 runners as they lined up in Lithia Park for the fourth annual Lithia Loop Marathon. Among the crowd stood Cory Dalcin, an AHS Sophomore, cross country athlete, and the youngest runner to ever participate in this notoriously difficult endurance chal...

Rogue News Newspaper Sports Crossword

Rogue News Newspaper Sports Crossword

Jasper Raynolds

October 27, 2011


Filed under Arts/Entertainment, Athletics, Multimedia

Our sister publication, the Rogue News Newspaper, recently published a crossword puzzle. If you've already completed it, check the answers below. If you've already given the puzzle a try, check the answers below. If you haven't yet, go get a paper!   Down: 1.       Last name of boy’s...

Opposing Views: Mt. Ashland Expansion/ Watershed

Opposing Views: Mt. Ashland Expansion/ Watershed

James Risner

October 25, 2011


Filed under Alpine ski, Home, Local, News, Opinion, Politics, Recent, Student Life, Students Speak, Winter

PRO-EXPANSION VIEW By James Risner One of the conflicts that stuck out to me today is the recent conflict with the Ashland Ski Area's expansion. Now, this conflict was nothing new, having erupted into public view in 2005. It all started with the Ashland Ski Area's move to expand, and was suspend...

Cross Country Returns from Prestigious Concordia Meet

Cross Country Returns from Prestigious Concordia Meet

Fernando.QuispeDiaz

October 24, 2011


Filed under Athletics, Cross Country, Home

This October 15 the  Ashland Cross Country team attended the Northwest Concordia/Adidas Cross Country Classic, one of the biggest meets on the west coast.  Around 40 to 50 teams in the high school division showed up for the event that took place in Fern Hill Park, Portland. The meet included high schools...

Kai Staal: The Eighth Saipanese Wonder of the World

Kai Staal: The Eighth Saipanese Wonder of the World

Alexander Sukles

October 21, 2011


Filed under Athletics, Home, Local, News, Recent, School, Student Life, Uncategorized

Kai Staal, an 18-year-old Ashland High School student, who can out swim anyone in the state, has been told he cannot compete. Born in Ashland, Staal's parents moved to the small island of Rota when he was only 4 months old. Next they moved to a neighboring island in the Pacific chain called Saipan. Being...

On Their Way to First

On Their Way to First

Alexander Sukles

October 17, 2011


Filed under Athletics, Fall, Home, News, Student Life

This past weekend the Ashland water polo team beat their archenemy, West Albany, in a fiery show down. Last year the Ashland water polo team took second place in the State after years of holding first. The loss was heartbreaking for the Ashland water polo team. Even losing all their senior starters t...

Highlights of The State of Jefferson Cross Country Meet

Highlights of The State of Jefferson Cross Country Meet

Isobel Whitcomb

October 12, 2011


Filed under Athletics, Cross Country, Fall, Home, Local, Multimedia, News, Photo Gallery, School, Uncategorized

On Saturday morning, 336 runners from 27 high school cross country teams crowded into Lithia Park to compete in Ashland's forty-third annual home meet, The State of Jefferson. The competition was tough; however, The State of Jefferson is notorious for being incredibly hilly, and Ashland used their know...

A Rampant Running Game

A Rampant Running Game

Mitchell Harfst

September 29, 2011


Filed under Athletics, Fall, Football, Home, Student Life, Uncategorized

With a 21-0 lead at one point in the first quarter, Ashland High School’s annual Homecoming game was quite the shellacking. Ashland delivered blow after blow to the Willamette defense with Jon Volz’s 200 rushing yards and three total touchdowns and Danial White’s 83 rushing yards and 90...

Shahid Ali: Super-Athlete

Shahid Ali: Super-Athlete

Isobel Whitcomb

September 27, 2011


Filed under Athletics, Cross Country, Home

If you are a student at Ashland High School, there is a good chance you have seen Shahid Ali, the AHS tech guru, hard at work in the computer lab or the library. However, most people don’t realize that on a daily basis, Ali runs ten to twenty miles. For fun. Why does he subject himself to hours of w...

Water Polo Slideshow

Water Polo Slideshow

Jericho Apollo

September 22, 2011


Filed under Athletics, Fall, Water Polo

Ashland girls and boys water polo teams have won every consecutive game this season.  Coming in second place  last year at the state championship, the team is determined in their quest for victory at the 2011 state championship, scheduled for late October. Starting goalie, Miles Furuichi said after...

AHS boys and girls compete at Oregon Relays

AHS boys and girls compete at Oregon Relays

Neil Presicci

May 6, 2011


Filed under Athletics, News, Recent

Every spring as the AHS track and field team trains for the OSAA state championships, the athletes look to attend another meet, the Oregon Relays. Though the relays are not the finale of each athlete’s year, qualifying for the Oregon Relays is often the highlight. “It is a huge honor to qualify for th...

Rogue Valley soccer team in State Cup final

Zack Hartman

May 3, 2011


Filed under Athletics

RVSC Fuego want it all. And they might just get it, and more. The U-18 Rogue Valley Soccer Club team will play in the finals of the 2011 Oregon Youth Soccer Association State Cup in Salem on Saturday, May 7, against Pacific FC. Head coach Kevin Primerano is feeling confident about the upcoming match. “We have had the State Cup Championship game on our calendar sin...

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