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#AIFF14 @TheCaseAgainst8 Today is the final day of the 2014 Ashland Independent Film Festival. Last night was the Awards Celebration. The Case Against 8 won both the Audience and Jury Awards for Best Documentary. The film will be shown twice more today in the Varsity Theatre but tickets are sold out. You can try your luck in the rush line.
@TheCaseAgainst8 Coming to HBO in June of 2014. Don’t miss it.
Spring is a good time to photograph Ashland Creek in Lithia Park as the water levels tend to be higher, the rocks extra mossy, and you can even find an occasional spot with flowers.
Last year he received Honorable Mention. He is moving on up. Hopefully next year he’ll make the first team while leading SOU to a conference championship and deep run in the tournament.
Who’s ready for lunch?
This Friday evening at 7:30 (1/24/14) the Southern Oregon University Men’s Basketball Team hosts the team currently in first place in the Cascade Conference, College of Idaho. The winner will start Saturday in first place.
The Siskiyou Volleyball Club 16/17&Under Team coached by Alan Young won the 11-team Martin Luther King, Jr. Day Tournament held at Ashland Middle School yesterday despite losing more games than they won on the day. In the most unlikeliest of methods, they lost nearly all of their pool play games in the morning. In the afternoon they won two of three from their first two opponents (one who was undefeated to that point, Impact Volleyball Club from Medford I think). They then won two straight from Eclipse Volleyball Club in the Championship Game, another team who hadn’t lost and who had beaten Siskiyou two straight earlier in the day.
I think their overall record on the day was 7-8 in individual games, but they won the afternoon matches that counted the most.
The unranked SOU Women’s Team takes on #20 Oregon Tech in Ashland at 5:30 p.m. (1/18/14)
The #7 Men’s Team follows at 7:30 as Oregon Tech’s Danny Miles (SOU class of 1967) goes for career win number 999.