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Portion of 19th Avenue near South Eugene High to be closed

March 25, 2015 by The Register-Guard

The work includes curb-to-curb concrete replacement of a portion of the block immediately to the east of South Eugene High School. The work will require the closure of both traffic lanes and the Lane Transit District bus stops on both sides of the street, officials ...

LA Galaxy GK Brian Rowe's multisport approach takes him from South Eugene ...

March 18, 2015 by

When L.A. Galaxy goalkeeper Brian Rowe was a kid, he liked swimming, so he swam. He liked kayaking, so he kayaked. He climbed mountains, rode a mountain bike and skied. In high school at South Eugene, Rowe did everything from kicking for the football ...

No. 13 South Eugene rebounds from semifinal loss to clinch third place with ...

March 14, 2015 by

OregonLive.comBoth teams headed to the extra period at less than full strength, as La'Mar Winston and Ben College fouled out for the Rams and South Eugene was without Lininger, which was difficult for the Axeman star to handle. “It's painstaking. In my mind I'm thinking, 'Don't let high school basketball end with a loss,'” he said. In the overtime session, South Eugene forced several key Rams turnovers late then capitalized at the line, as Bassett knocked down five free throws in the final minute to seal the 65-61 victory. Hallinan ...

West Linn at the brink of history after dominating 81-59 win over South Eugene ...

March 13, 2015 by

OregonLive.comWest Linn moved to within one win of joining an exclusive Oregon high school club after the Lions buried South Eugene 81-59 in a Class 6A semifinal game Friday afternoon in Chiles Center. The top-ranked Lions advanced to the championship game, where ...

South Salem boys fall to South Eugene in 6A tournament

March 12, 2015 by Statesman Journal

Statesman JournalPORTLAND – It hasn't been unusual to see South Salem High School's boys basketball team claw its way back from a double digit deficit in the fourth quarter. For once the comeback came up short. After Connor Fohn hit a 3-pointer for a 61-60 lead against ...

Mat Kearney Q&A: 'The Ducks were my heroes when I was growing up'

March 11, 2015 by Oregon Daily Emerald

Oregon Daily EmeraldSydney Zuelke: So you grew up in Eugene, at what age did you leave? Mat Kearney: I was born at Sacred Heart and went to South [Eugene High School] and left Eugene to go to college at California State University, Chico. SZ: At this point in time did you ...

Dad's identity no tall tale, man says

March 5, 2015 by The Register-Guard

But the cover story — “A Giant Shadow” — of this week's Sports Illustrated magazine delivers some astonishing news: Aaron Levi, a 1983 South Eugene High School graduate, believes without a doubt that he is Chamberlain's long lost son. The evidence in ...

Just A Eugene Kid

March 5, 2015 by Eugene Weekly

Eugene WeeklyHe credits his creative development to two teachers at South Eugene High School, who were the first to tell him he was good at both poetry and photography. “It was kind of the beginning of my creative journey — the darkrooms at South,” he says. Kearney ...

Eugene trail work aims to improve safety, access to urban wildlands

March 1, 2015 by The Register-Guard

New steps were built leading to the “O” emblem near the summit representing the University of Oregon, and a new trail was built leading to the “E” symbolizing the former Eugene High School, which became South Eugene High School. Symond also is ...

Churchill's Hannah Tam named Eugene Future First Citizen

February 24, 2015 by The Register-Guard

Hannah Tam of Churchill High School, the latest student to receive the annual award from the Eugene Area Chamber of Commerce, has maintained a 4.0 grade point average throughout high school, according to the chamber. She also has done research work at Oregon ... She also is the founder and president of SEHS' Look Me in the Eye Club, which strives to create an environment where students with disabilities can make friends and build relationships with South students. Karla Mercado, North Eugene High ...

The Register-Guard

February 7, 2015 by The Register-Guard

South Eugene is one of 13 high schools nationwide to accept an invitation to this year's event, March 26-28, said Geoffrey McQueen, executive director of the Fort Collins, Colo.-based Choirs of America. One other Oregon choir, from Tualatin High School, also ...

High school students deserve full schedules

January 31, 2015 by The Register-Guard

Abbey Fleming, now a sophomore at South Eugene High School, knows the problem personally. When she received her five-period schedule for ninth grade, she noticed an empty period in all three trimesters — 20 percent of her school year was missing.

Education Extra

January 25, 2015 by The Register-Guard

Eugene International High School will hold a series of meetings in February for prospective students and parents. Meetings will be held at ... 5 in the South Eugene High cafeteria (includes French Immersion break-out session); 7 p.m. Feb. 9 in the Churchill ...

Let Them Eat

January 8, 2015 by Eugene Weekly

Eugene Weekly“Gaining weight was the worst possible thing that could happen,” says 17-year-old South Eugene High School senior Sophie Kreitzberg. Returning from a 500-mile walk along Spain's Camino de Santiago, Kreitzberg had never been so thin. “I got so much ...

Memorial service for storyteller Mark Lewis will be Saturday

January 5, 2015 by The Register-Guard

A public memorial service will be held Saturday for Mark Lewis, the Emmy Award-winning storyteller and University of Oregon instructor who died unexpectedly on Dec. 7 from a pulmonary embolism at age 60. The service will begin at 10 a.m. in the ...

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