CHS reacts to OSAA cancellations

Following the Oregon School Activities Association's cancellation decision Wednesday, Creswell High School officials are turning their attention from planning for shortened seasons and events to instead honoring and supporting students dealing with the end of school.

Brandon Standridge, Creswell's assistant principal and athletic director, said Wednesday evening that he was "saddened" by the decision because so many students and parents will miss out on lifetime memories.

"We are obviously saddened by the news that we are not going to have spring sports for this year," he said. "Our players and coaches have . . .