Is there an RPI for state associations?

Oregonsports Journal examines the OSAA and its ability to run prep sports
Jan. 29, 2013 / By Cliff Pfenning, Oregonsports Journal

The OSAA has run state high school championships since 1919, but it's in the middle of a classification and district battle that's cause to look at how other states are managed by their similar organizations.

How well does the OSAA stack up against Washington? Colorado? New Mexico?

When is Lacrosse going to be an OSAA sport?

This week's issue looks in on that.

 

ALSO IN THIS ISSUE

The Portland Timbers head to Arizona to begin training camp with a roster full of new talent from a busy offseason.

Oregon State and Oregon begin their spring camps for baseball season with dreams of a visit to Omaha.

Grant's new boys basketball coach Paul Kelly is having a fabulous rookie season as coach, even though he's not a rookie.

The Evergreen Curling Club made sure to add a key component to its dedicated facility when it got the ice put in.

And, the Oregon Sports Awards nominees are out. See who you can vote for.

 

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