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OSAA Football: Ridgeview wins title; Only loss to KU

HILLSBORO, Ore. — A 14-12 loss to Klamath Union will serve as the Ridgeview Ravens only loss from their 2013 championship season. Ridgeview defeated Cottage Grove 50-31 to claim the OSAA 4A Football State Championship final at Hillsboro Stadium last Saturday.  According to JayReeseSports.com’s Facebook page, Ridgeview won the title in only its second...
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Late season improvements takes Butte Valley to title game

The Butte Valley Bulldogs football team is off to the NSCIF 8-man championship game against Redding Christian on Friday night. Butte Valley beat top-seeded Dunsmuir 25-22 in last weekend’s semifinal after losing the first meeting by 35. Butte Valley senior quarterback Bobby Vaughan said a hot start paced the Bulldogs. Bobby Vaughan on Goofing...
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HS Recap: Butte Valley will play for sectional title

REDMOND, Ore. — The Henley Hornets saw both the football and boys soccer seasons come to a close last weekend. Four second half interceptions by Henley helped Ridgeview to a 28-21 OSAA 4A Football State Championship quarterfinal win. Henley had scored on all three of its first half possessions before getting shutout in the...
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Position switch has aided Henley’s run to title match

The Henley Hornets boys soccer team has outscored their OSAA 4A State Championship tournament opponents by a score of 10-2 entering Saturday’s championship match with Sisters at Liberty High School in the Portland area. The goals allowed number has been impressive for Henley, but when talking with the Henley captains and coach Lupe Gonzales earlier...
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HS Sports: Henley athletics excelling in OSAA postseason

The first OSAA Boys Soccer State Championship final since the 1990s for the Henley Hornets is on Saturday at Liberty High School in Portland. Henley will play Sisters for the 4A crown in a rematch from mid-September when Sisters was victorious 2-1. Henley beat La Salle 2-0 in the quarterfinals and North Bend 4-0...
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Henley Boys Soccer – Goofing Around – 11.12.2013

Henley High School boys soccer captains James Goheen, Jacob Mangan, Jacob Carpenter along with head coach Lupe Gonzales joined Goofing Around to discuss the upcoming OSAA 4A State Championship final against Sisters.
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HS Sports: Henley seeks boys soccer championship game

The Henley Hornets boys soccer team is the last Basin team standing in the OSAA postseason. They play this afternoon against North Bend in the semifinals of the 4A tournament. With a win, Henley will play for the state title for the first time since 1996, when Rod Husain’s team lost to Marist 2-1....
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HS Sports: Defenses have taken Henley, Banks to OSAA postseason

Last weekend, the Douglas Trojans football team visited Klamath Falls with an average offensive output of 34 points per game.  Against Henley, they scored six. Henley football head coach Wayne Amos Defense has been the staple of Henley’s victories this season, including the 20-6 play-in victory over Douglas. In all seven of the Hornets’...
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HS Wrap: Henley girls eliminated in shootout; KU girls, Henley boys advance

KLAMATH FALLS, Ore. – The Henley girls soccer team is out of the OSAA 4A State Championship after a 2-1 opening round, shootout loss to Brookings-Harbor in Klamath Falls yesterday. Britanny Kochenderfer scored Henley’s first half goal. The Hornets season ends with a 10-4-1 record. Klamath Union 2, Sisters 1 (Shootout) SISTERS, Ore. — After...
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HS Agenda: OSAA soccer playoffs start today

The OSAA Soccer State Championship first round gets underway today, with two Basin-area girls and one boys team playing this afternoon. Henley girls soccer head coach Rod Husain Tuesday OSAA Girls Soccer PostseasonKlamath Union at Sisters – 2 p.m.Brookings-Harbor at Henley – 3 p.m.Junciton City at La Grande – 1 p.m.McLouglin-Weston-McEwen at North Bend...
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