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Challenger Boys Finish Second at State

The improbable journey of the 2019-20 Cascade Christian Challenger boys basketball team ends with a second-place finish at the Oregon 3A state championship tournament in Coos Bay. The Oregon Episcopal Aardvarks- another team that greatly improved from the year before (they were 5-15 last season)- won a 35-33 defensive struggle to earn the title. In

Challengers Punch Ticket To Finals

The 2019-20 Cascade Christian boys basketball team continues writing its story. With a 55-40 victory over crosstown rival St. Mary’s, the Challengers have an opportunity to win a third state championship in program history. Early, the team fell behind 10-2, as Far West League Player of the Year Tre Foster scored three quick buckets. Enter

Challengers Topple Pirates, Face Crusaders in Semis

Stop me if you’ve heard this story before….actually, don’t, because it has a nice ending. Cascade Christian powered through a rough start to edge Dayton in the Oregon 3A State Championship tournament 53-45. Cody Reece was a spark plug, scoring six of his 13 points in the first quarter. After trailing by 8 at 13-5,

Going To State? Here’s Some Helpful Info On Skipping The Ticket Line

Here is some helpful information if you plan or plan to follow the Oregon 3A state basketball tournament: Spectator Info: Skip the lines and purchase their tickets before they arrive!  Visit: for season tickets. The OSAA is moving to a Digital Programs only this year.  The FREE program can be found at: Brackets: Schedule:   Online Broadcasting:

Challengers Quest For State Title Broadcast On The Nail

Your hometown broadcast team from The Nail will be broadcasting Cascade Christian Challenger Boys Basketball as they compete for the Oregon Class 3A state championship in Coos Bay. The Challengers open play Thursday night against Dayton at 8:15 pm. The broadcast of Challengers basketball gets underway at 8:05 pm. Follow along at Go Challengers!

Vidlak Caps Off Perfect Season, Havniear Bros. Third At State

45-0. When it comes to performance, it doesn’t get any better than that. Gabe Vidlak won his third straight title, and finished with a 45-0 record his senior as Cascade Christian competed at the Oregon 3A state tournament. After winning the title at 113 pounds as a sophomore, and winning another at 120 as a