Mid-Major Media was established for three primary reasons: to give coverage to those athletes and schools who go disproportionately and unjustly undercovered by standard forms of media across the state, to give greater appreciation to those athletes and coaches who get less attention than their counterparts at larger classifications, and to provide a means from which athletes, coaches, schools, and communities can get greater amounts and more widely consumed forms of media attention. In short, Mid-Major Media exists to bridge the gap between what should be and what instead is the current reality for middle classification athletics.
Formerly of Amity High School and Western Oregon University. Primarily covering the Salem and Portland area.
Formerly of Clatskanie High School, now enrolled at Oregon Institute of Technology. Primarily covering Southern and Eastern Oregon.
Formerly of Harrisburg High School. Primarily covering the Eugene area.
Formerly of Tillamook High School. Primarily covering the Northern Oregon Coast.
Formerly of Scappoose High School. Primarily covering Clatsop, Columbia, Tillamook, and Washington counties.
Formerly of Scappoose High School and the University of Oregon. Primarily covering the Mid-Willamette Valley.
Formerly of Philomath High School. Primarily covering the southern Willamette Valley.
Formerly of Clatskanie High School. Primarily covering the Mid-Willamette Valley.