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Lady Owls Dig Past Geoducks for First CCC Win

KLAMATH FALLS, Ore. - Bailey Nelson had 14 kills to lead the Owls to their first Cascade Conference win of the year with a 3-0 sweep of Evergreen State 25-17, 25-20, 25-16 at Danny Miles Court Saturday night. The Owls improve to 1-3 in CCC play and 5-5 overall. The Geoducks slips 2-8 overall and...
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Mariners

Seager, Lee power Mariners past Texas 6-3

SEATTLE — Struggling right-hander Taijuan Walker finally turned in a much-needed positive start and the Mariners bullpen made sure it didn’t go to waste. Kyle Seager hit a two-run homer and Dae-Ho Lee added a solo shot to back Walker’s five solid innings and lift Seattle to a 6-3 victory over Texas on Thursday night, the Rangers’ fourth loss...
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Mariners

Adam Lind’s 2 home runs lead Seattle past Texas 8-3

SEATTLE — Stuck in a stretch of facing mostly left-handed pitching, Adam Lindhas found himself as a spectator far more than he would prefer. Even with just a handful of at-bats over the past couple of weeks, Lind showed he can still provide pop when given the chance. Lind hit the fourth grand slam of...
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San Francisco Giants

Adames’ 2-run double in 9th rallies Rockies past Giants, 6-5

DENVER — Bruce Bochy couldn’t throw enough arms at the problem Wednesday night — though he certainly tried — while the San Francisco Giants‘ bullpen let a late-season victory slip away. Cristhian Adames hit a two-run double in the ninth inning off veteran Joe Nathan to rally the Colorado Rockies past the Giants 6-5. The Giants hold the first NL...
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Oregon Tech Basketball Season Tickets on Sale Now

KLAMATH FALLS, Ore. – The Oregon Tech athletic department announces the 2016-17 basketball schedules, and the opening of season ticket sales. Reserved season seating begins at $200, while adult general admission season tickets are $125. Veterans, active military and Oregon Tech alumni are $90. General Admission tickets for Faculty/staff are free with valid ID...
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San Francisco Giants

Tomlinson’s RBI single in 9th lifts Giants over Rockies 3-2

DENVER – Kelby Tomlinson won’t be penalized for being picked off first base earlier in the game. That fine has been officially waived by manager Bruce Bochy. His big hit was payment enough. Tomlinson lined a one-out, tiebreaking single in the ninth and the San Francisco Giants rallied to beat the Colorado Rockies 3-2 on Tuesday night. “Just hoping to...
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Mariners

Andrus has HR, 3 doubles to pace Rangers past Mariners 10-7

SEATTLE – Elvis Andrus used his bat to offset a couple of defensive miscues. Andrus had a homer, three doubles and two errors, Jonathan Lucroy hit a two-run homer and the Texas Rangers held off the slumping Seattle Mariners 10-7 on Tuesday night. Texas, which leads the AL West by 8 1/2 games, had a season-high seven doubles among its 15 hits...
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A’s score 3 in the eighth to beat Angels 3-2

OAKLAND, Calif. — The Athletics didn’t show much spark at the plate until slugger Khris Davis slammed down his bat and helmet after striking out to end the seventh inning. After that, it was a completely different look for Oakland, an abrupt change that manager Bob Melvin’s ballclub has grown accustomed to making lately. Two days...
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San Francisco Giants

Bettis tosses 2-hitter, Rockies beat Giants 6-0

DENVER – Chad Bettis held his right fist aloft for a moment as the ovation from the crowd washed over him. He then tapped his chest and pointed toward the sky. “Wow,” the right-hander said, his immediate reaction after his best-ever performance. Bettis threw a two-hitter for his first career complete game, Carlos Gonzalez hit a grand slam...
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Mariners

Robinson Cano’s 32nd homer leads Mariners over Rangers 14-6

SEATTLE — In desperate need of getting back on a winning roll to salvage their waning postseason hopes, the Seattle Mariners beat up on Texas ace Cole Hamels for the second time in a week. This time, though, the Mariners kept adding on. Robinson Cano homered during a five-run first inning, the Mariners knocked out Hamels early and then...
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