Daily Archives: 2013/09/25

Henley freshmen pair win Henley Invitational

KLAMATH FALLS, Ore. — Henley High School hosted the Henley Invitational cross country meet on Tuesday and a pair of Henley freshmen beat out the rest of the field that included Klamath Union and Mazama High Schools. 960 the Sports Legend had a chance to talk with both winners. Boys winner: Henley freshman Hunter LeRoy Girls winner: Henley freshman McKenna Armantrout

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GAAL Forum: 9.25.2013

Hosts: Brett Sommers & Ryan Goff

Topics: Oddest sports injuries not related to sports; Nicknames on NBA jerseys; NFL team in London.

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GAAL Forum: 9.24.2013

Hosts: Mike Garrard & Ryan Goff

Topics: Oregon Tech golf starts hot; OIT basketball season about 20 days away; Rating the top three teams in the AFC and NFC.

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The Jesse Goergen Crew wins Texaco Country Showdown State Final

FLORENCE, Ore. — The Jessie Goergen Crew won the state title and $1,000 in the Texaco Country Showdown Oregon State Final. Three Rivers Casino showcased acts which had won throughout the state. The Jessie Goergen Crew will move on and compete in the West Regional Final at Three Rivers Casino in Florence and from there they may advance to the National Finals. Regional Winners will get an all-expense-paid trip to …

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Man found dead in Chemult identified as missing Bend man

CHEMULT, Ore. — The man that was found dead in Chemult has been identified as the missing man from Bend. Jonathan Sullivan-Shipley was found by a hunter in his car. Sullivan-Shipley had perished in a fire inside the vehicle, and authorities say that some sort of accelerant was used. The death was determined to be suicide. Sullivan-Shipley’s family reported him missing to the Bend Police Department on September 6th.

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Kelley Minty-Morris explores run for County Commissioner

KLAMATH FALLS, Ore. — Kelley Minty Morris is looking into a another run for Klamath County Commissioner. She came in second in a four way race for Commissioner in 2012. Minty Morris’s announcement followes news that Commissioner Dennis Linthicum might run for Congress in 2014. Kelley Minty Morris currently works as the Communications and Outreach Manager of Citizens for Safe Schools, a local private agency that provides mentoring and educational …

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Livestock being moved out of the forest

KLAMATH FALLS, Ore. — The Fremont-Winema National Forest authorities want you to know that ranchers will be moving their livestock out of the forest to other locations through late October. Forest Service officials also want the public to know that this is happening forest-wide, and you should be cautious when nearing any round-up activity on forest roads. Slow down and be considerate when you encounter moving livestock.

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The public invited to make comments on new legistlatve session

SALEM, Ore. — Members of the public are invited speak to key state lawmakers on Thursday and Friday about the issues to be considered in a special session of the Legislature. Thursday’s hearing begins at 2:15pm. The public will be allowed to weigh in after lawmakers question experts, and Friday’s hearing begins with more expert testimony at 9am. Public comment on Friday will be limited to the tax and pension …

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Cal’s defense faces huge challenge in No. 2 Oregon

BERKELEY, Calif. – California coach Sonny Dykes sees a lot of similarities between the Golden Bears’ offense and the one being run by No. 2 Oregon. There is a striking difference between the two teams, however. The high-scoring Ducks are backed by a defense that has allowed only three touchdowns all season, leading to a trio of blowout victories.

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Beavers bounce back despite adversity

Last season they were Team Turnaround. This season they’re the Bounce-back Beavers. Oregon State was stunned in the season opener by lower-tier Eastern Washington but since then the team has won three straight. The latest two victories, against Utah and San Diego State, were late-game comebacks. ”I don’t know if I can take this anymore,” coach Mike Riley joked following Oregon State’s 34-20 victory over San Diego State on Saturday …

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