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What’s Happening to AMS Sports?

What’s Happening to AMS Sports?

Isobel Whitcomb

April 29, 2011


Filed under Athletics, News

It’s a warm spring day at the Ashland Middle School track, and the field is filled with kids chatting with one another, practicing hand-offs and bouncing from foot to foot in anticipation of their next race. For years, AMS students have relied on their school’s athletic program for structure and...

Player of the Month: Josh Harris

Player of the Month: Josh Harris

Jonathan Mills

April 27, 2011


Filed under Athletics

The Rogue News Sports Department has selected Josh “Big J” Harris as the player of the month for April. Harris is the unquestioned “heart and soul” of the Ashland boys tennis team, leading the Grizz to a 4-1 record to start the 2011 season. Harris is a member of the number-one doubles partnership, and this year has had the opportunity to play with a new teammate; freshman Grant Kahn. The pair has g...

Covered Bridge Regatta

Covered Bridge Regatta

Erin Keoppen

April 21, 2011


Filed under Athletics, Extra Curricular, Home, Multimedia, Student Life, Videos

This past weekend, 23 junior rowers arrived at Dexter in Lowell, OR to compete with 8 other teams in the Covered Bridge Regatta. The spring rowing season kicked off training in March, and now looks towards their 2011 goals at the Junior Regional Competition in Vancouver this coming May. Coach Corrine Lombardi says, "We found or strengths and we found our weaknesses... now it is a matter of [ou...

Swimming to the Top

Swimming to the Top

Molly Cochrane

March 8, 2011


Filed under Athletics

As our hopeful swimmers went to districts they weren’t sure what to expect, but after leaving the pool after that long day, they now had high hopes. Personal records and school records were broken left and right as our athletes swam. Kirstin Erickson and Gus Simms both broke the 100 Butterfly school...

Simon Jensen: The Great Dane

Delaney Swink

March 3, 2011


Filed under Athletics, Feature, News, Student Life, Students Speak

This past August, Simon Jensen stepped off a plane to be greeted by his host family. Jet lagged and unaccustomed to American culture, the Danish exchange student faced an eleven month journey that would teach him about being a teenager in the United States and the culture that comes along with it. S...

Dream Ending at Eagle Point: A Personal Account

Dream Ending at Eagle Point: A Personal Account

Jonathan Mills

February 15, 2011


Filed under Athletics, Baseball, Extra Curricular, Home, News, Recent, Student Life

With the new conferences and power ranking system for the 2010-2011 basketball season, essentially the only games that mattered were against our new rival, Eagle Point. After losing to the Eagles on February 1, the rematch on February 8 was a must-win game. Our season, and for some, careers, depen...

Chasing Her Passions, Downhill

Chasing Her Passions, Downhill

Isobel Whitcomb

February 1, 2011


Filed under Athletics, Home, Student Life, Students Speak

Race skiing is not typically thought of as a sport for the faint-hearted. Alex Frol, an avid race skier, has had to overcome far more obstacles than her average teammate on the Ashland High School ski team. This is because Alex lives and skis with only one leg.Alex was nine years old when she first beca...

Oregon’s Perfect Season Ends in Disappointment

Oregon’s Perfect Season Ends in Disappointment

Jonathan Mills

January 18, 2011


Filed under Athletics, Football

War Eagle! The Auburn Tigers are the 2011 BCS National Champions. In a nail-biting finish, Auburn kicked a clutch field goal with two seconds remaining, to beat the Oregon Ducks, 22-19. And the SEC reigns as the supreme conference in NCAA football, winning their fifth consecutive national title. Oregon had their cha...

BCS ‘Natty’: Oregon vs. Auburn

BCS ‘Natty’: Oregon vs. Auburn

Jonathan Mills

January 8, 2011


Filed under Athletics, Football, Recent

"We going to the 'Natty,'" Oregon cornerback Cliff Harris said after the Ducks' Civil War victory. The "Natty," of course, referring to the 2011 BCS National Championship game. With a 37-20 win over Oregon State, Cliff Harris and the rest of his teammates secured a trip to Glendale, Arizona, to play the Auburn Tigers for college football sup...

Grizz boys take down Pelicans

Dylan Molnar

December 16, 2010


Filed under Athletics

The Grizzly boys basketball team had their first home game of the season on Friday, November 10th. The Grizzlies dominated the Klamath Union Pelicans. Junior Billy Hansen sparked the offense, scoring 10 points in the first quarter. The game was close at times, but you could tell from the beginning that the ...

Open Season

Open Season

Elias Opgenorth

December 15, 2010


Filed under Athletics, Extra Curricular, Student Life

After receiving several feet of snow in the last few weeks Mt. Ashland opened their run to the public on December 3.  This was a refreshing twist for skiers in Ashland, since last year the resort didn’t receive enough snow to open until late December.  Thanks to several heavy snow storms, the mo...

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