Tablerock Sports’ Athlete of the Week: Emily McCollum

“Emily is the heart of the team. She wants to be successful and knows how to have fun while working hard. she is one of those glue team members, as I like to refer to them. She keeps everyone focused and together,”

Tablerock Sports’ Athlete of the Week: Megan Ayers

Some people find their passion through years of professional work, some through college courses and then there’s Megan Ayers, a 18-year old softball stud for Eagle Point. From listening to Ayers talk about Softball it is clear she has found her passion. “I have been playing softball my whole life and I’ve dedicated a lot into this sport. It’s truly amazing to see it translate onto the field,” according to Megan.

Table rock Sports’ Athlete of the Week: Brooklyn Hurd

Brooklyn Hurd has been putting up big numbers on the softball field and in the classroom. Hurd is hitting an outstanding .507 from the field with 11 RBIs and six stolen bases. To add to that impressive stat line, this outfielder stud has an accumulative GPA of 3.6 and is enrolled in some pretty tough…

Tablerock Sports’ Athlete of the Week: Kristen “Pat” Moore

Kristen, AKA Patti or Pat, Moore has a love for the game that is contagious and it is clear that it can be felt amongst her Panther teammates. If Pat isn’t making a teammate laugh, then she’s probably thinking of a way to. “The friends that I have made are my favorite part about softball. I…

Tablerock Sports’ Athlete of the Week: Jace Godley

The Crater Comets’ Jace Godley is a busy man year-round. In the fall he was plowing over defensive backs and linebackers, racking up over 1200 all-purpose yards and 10 touchdowns. In the winter he was busy pile-driving kids to the mat, ending with a 2nd place State finish, and currently, he’s casually hitting .417 with three home runs, seven extra base hits, 16 RBIs and 16 runs scored.

Tablerock Sports’ Athlete of the Week: Olivia Lethlean

No, the rumor that Olivia Lethlean also sells hotdogs during North Medford’s softball game isn’t true, but from her play it is clear that she does do everything else to help out her team. Olivia, AKA, little Ms. do it all, has racked up some pretty impressive stats this season, batting .471 with nine RBIs,…

Tablerock Sports’ Athlete of the Week: Jacob Melton

Jacob Melton doesn’t care about individual performance, all he cares about is getting wins for his South Medford Panthers squad, “…I like to do whatever it takes to help the team win every game possible, no matter what that means.”

Tablerock Sports Athlete of the Week: Mario Quintero

To Mario Quintero, basketball is life, “Basketball means everything to me. It’s what helps me get my mind off stuff, when i’m bored I can always go hoop and have a good time and it’s how I met most of my closest friends.”

The 10th Annual Mail Tribune All-Star Classic

It’s that time of year again where ballers from all-around Southern Oregon get together and showcase their skills at Central High School of Medford, Oregon for the 10th annual Mail Tribune (MT) All-Star Classic, Friday night at 7:00 PM. Broadcast can be found at

Q & A with the Voice of the South Medford Panthers Joe Camarlinghi 

This is my 4th year with Table Rock sports but, I have been covering local sports for 10 years in Medford. My first year in the Rogue Valley was the year Kyle Singler and company led the Panthers to a state title and North Medford captured the baseball crown that year as well. It was fun jumping right into a exciting year of high school sports.

Q & A with the Voice of the Black Tornado, Demi DeSoto.

My history with sports in the Rogue Valley spans 17 years as a fan, as a coach, as a parent, and as a broadcaster. I am a 14 year veteran of Table Rock Sports, a past President of the Medford Linebackers, the PA Announcer at Spiegelberg Stadium (Demi has announced more games than anyone in Southern Oregon), I am also the voice of the Black Tornado, Southern Oregon Renegades, Southern Oregon Riverdawgs, and many others teams and organizations.