PHS senior Cole Beardsley scored 12 points and had a standout performance on defense in the 10-point Warriors win. (File photo by Brad Fuqua/Philomath News)

No. 1 Philomath, No. 2 Cascade to battle on Thursday night

Warriors come through in 4th quarter to take down Stayton Tuesday on the road, 52-42

The No. 1 vs. No. 2 matchup in not only the Oregon West Conference but in all of Class 4A boys basketball will take place on Thursday night when Philomath visits Cascade. The two schools won their games on Tuesday to set up the showdown between two teams that remain…

Warrior girls win key game on the road, 38-30

The Philomath High School girls basketball team remained unbeaten in Oregon West Conference play on Tuesday night with a 38-30 road victory over Stayton. The victory set up a showdown this week between the league’s…

Philomath Legends Club honors 2 longtime contributors

A familiar face connected with Warriors baseball and a charter member of the Philomath Booster Club represent the latest two additions to the Legends Club — a group of 21 individuals and four couples that…

Philomath’s Hirte wins 2 events at Blanchet swim meet

Philomath High senior Carrson Hirte took first place in two events Saturday at the Blanchet Catholic Invitational and both the Warrior boys and girls placed fifth in the team standings in the program’s final meet before districts. Hirte sprinted to…

Philomath wrestlers 3rd at West Albany tournament

Philomath High School senior Ben Hernandez, freshman Riley Barrett and senior David Griffith emerged unscathed from Saturday’s Tod Surmon Mid-Valley Classic on Saturday at West Albany. The weekend event provided local wrestlers with a tournament-style format sandwiched in between a…

Inside Philomath: High school Assistant Coach Trey Ecker

A graduate with Philomath High School’s Class of 2015, Trey Ecker enjoyed competing in athletics with the Warriors and proved to be a standout in football and basketball. He went on to play collegiately at College of the Redwoods in…

Philomath boys keep momentum going with home win

Down by two points with more than 2-1/2 minutes gone in the opening quarter on the home court against cellar dweller Sweet Home on Friday night, the Philomath High School boys basketball team needed a spark to right the ship.…

Warrior girls roll on their home court over Sweet Home

In a basketball game featuring two teams on opposite ends of the spectrum, the score will often take care of itself to allow coaches an opportunity to work on the little things that can pay dividends down the road. Philomath…

Wrestling team fine tunes lineup in district duals

Squaring off on the home mat Thursday evening against Cascade and Cottage Grove, Philomath High wrestling coach Troy Woosley soaked up more intel on the level of competition seen among the Special District 2 squads. The Philomath event represented the…

Warrior Watch: PHS boys basketball team is crushing it

The Philomath High School boys basketball team is playing at a very high level right now. The Warriors are definitely deserving of No. 1 in both the OSAA rankings and the OSAAtoday coaches poll. I imagine a few exclamations of…

No. 1 Philomath blows out North Marion in Oregon West boys hoops

In the hallways and in the stands at halftime of Philomath High’s boys basketball showdown Tuesday night against North Marion, the banter among the crowd went along the lines of “I thought this was supposed to be a close game?”…

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