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HS Scores & Schedule – Sept. 5-7

Thursday Scores Boys SoccerRidgeview 2, Mazama 1 Girls SoccerHenley 1, St. Mary’s 1 Volleyball Cascade Christian 3, Henley 0Lakeview 3, Klamath Union 2Triad 3, Lost River 0 Friday FootballRidgeview at Klamath Union – 7 p.m. (960 the Sports Legend)Henley at Cascade Christian – 7 p.m.Riddle at Chiloquin – 7 p.m.Gilchrist at Hosanna ChristianGrant Union...
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No. 2 Oregon looking for best ways to use Thomas

EUGENE, Ore. – De’Anthony Thomas is an enigma, and No. 2 Oregon would like to keep it that way. The 5-foot-9, 170-pound running back can confound defenses with his versatility and lightning speed. The trick for the Ducks is to manage Thomas on the field so as to keep opponents guessing while not over-taxing him....
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Sun Devils roll over Sacramento St.

TEMPE, Ariz. – The schedule about to get a whole lot tougher, the last thing Arizona State wanted in its opening game was to play poorly or, worse yet, lose to a lower-division opponent. The Sun Devils put away any concern about a letdown by racing out to a big lead and coasting to the...
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Denver Broncos

Manning ties record with 7 TD passes

DENVER – Both the NFL opener and Peyton Manning were a little tardy. It was well worth the wait. Manning and the Denver Broncos waited eight long months, then another 33 minutes to get the season started because of a lightning storm.
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Seattle’s Sherman puts focus back on field

RENTON, Wash. – Richard Sherman can finally steer the conversation back to how he plays on the field. For most of the last eight months, any time Sherman’s name was mentioned it had little to do with his status as an All-Pro cornerback for the Seattle Seahawks. Whether it was magazine covers, social media spats...
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Oakland Raiders

Raiders seek leadership, sacks from Lamarr Houston

ALAMEDA, Calif. – Lamarr Houston’s time in the shadows of the Oakland Raiders defensive line is over. After spending his first three seasons as the young guy on a veteran line dominated by Richard Seymour and Tommy Kelly, Houston is being counted on to lead Oakland’s front. He has moved from left defensive end to...
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New 49ers kicker Phil Dawson ready to start fresh

SANTA CLARA, Calif. – Phil Dawson has been to Candlestick Park for numerous kicking workouts to try to learn the stadium’s tricky wind. He has hit it off with his teammates and begun to settle into life in the Bay Area – his first major move in more than a decade. It’s hard to imagine...
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2013 Basin Football Tour – Lakeview Honkers

960 the Sports Legend visited the fall camp of the Lakeview Honkers football team as part of the 2013 Basin Football Tour.
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Virginia has ‘to put points’ up vs No. 2 Oregon

Virginia’s defense and special teams got high marks in the Cavaliers’ season-opening victory against BYU. Quarterback David Watford and the new offense got by on the bare minimum. The Cavaliers’ touchdown drives covered 19 and 13 yards, and one was set up by a blocked punt, the other by an interception. Virginia was forced...
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Seattle heads into opener with questions on D-Line

RENTON, Wash. – D’Anthony Smith and O’Brien Schofield were both considered expendable by their former teams. Schofield was waived by Arizona and Smith was traded by Jacksonville. Unless the Seahawks get healthy in a hurry, both could be Week 1 starters for Seattle.
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