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Giants, Scutaro agree to $20 million, 3-year deal

SAN FRANCISCO – Second baseman Marco Scutaro is staying in San Francisco, right where he wanted to be. The NL championship series MVP agreed to a $20 million, three-year contract with the Giants late Tuesday. Vice president of baseball operations Bobby Evans said only a physical was left to finalize the deal. ”He was a...
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Basketball

High School Hoops Scoreboard – Dec. 3

YREKA, Calif. — Luke Burch put in 10 points and pulled down nine rebounds, but the Lost River boys basketball team came up short 63-41 in their season opener against Yreka High School. The girls opened at Yreka also, beating the home team 54-53 in a tight contest. Megan Parks scored 18 points for...
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Trail Blazers 118, Bobcats 112, OT

CHARLOTTE, N.C. – After playing six games in eight days on the East coast, you might think the travel weary Portland Trail Blazers might be ready to run out of steam. Hardly. LaMarcus Aldridge had 25 points and 13 rebounds, Luke Babbitt hit a pair of clutch 3-pointers and Portland overcame an 18-point fourth-quarter deficit...
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Josh Hamilton meets with Mariners

NASHVILLE, Tenn. – Two weeks ago, Seattle general manager Jack Zduriencik downplayed the possibility of the Mariners signing free-agent outfielder Josh Hamilton, telling MLB.com, “You have to be realistic about how you’re going to allocate your dollars.” The Mariners still might exercise such restraint with Hamilton, but they’re at least exploring the possibility of signing...
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49ers sticking with Kaepernick at QB

SANTA CLARA, Calif. – Jim Harbaugh watched how Colin Kaepernick handled himself when things didn’t go right for the San Francisco 49ers, and that told the coach plenty more about his second-year quarterback with all of three NFL starts to his name. Enough that Harbaugh is sticking with Kaepernick under center as his team gears...
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OIT Recap: Lady Owls sweep conference openers

The Oregon Tech Lady Owls swept the first weekend of Cascade Collegiate Conference basketball play, beating Corban and Northwest Christian. Nicole Aboumrad led four Lady Owls in double digits. She had 16 points in a 73-65 win over Corban, but head coach Scott Meredith couldn’t say enough about the 13 minutes he got from...
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High School Basketball Scoreboard – Nov. 30 – Dec. 2

BOYS FridayLa Pine 72, Lakeview 62Bonanza 73, Butte Valley 65Henley 60, Klamath Union 50Mazama 58, Yreka (Calif.) 48 SaturdayNorth Valley 64, Eagle Point 48Lakeview 77, Burns 71Triad 70, C.S. Lewis Academy 48Henley 68, Brookings-Harbor 34Klamath Union 74, St. Mary’s (Medford) 49Mazama 63, Mount Shasta (Calif.) 58 Upcoming Games MondayLost River at Yreka (Calif.) –...
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Owls head to the Willamette Valley for CCC openers

The Cascade Collegiate Conference basketball season gets started Friday night with Oregon Tech basketball traveling to the Willamette Valley. Men’s basketball senior David Clarke remembers last season’s 90-79 loss at Corban. The loss last season in Salem was the second meeting of the teams and Oregon Tech didn’t lose another game on its way...
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High School Hoops Scoreboard – Nov. 29-30

Thursday Scores BoysNorth Valley 46, Marshfield 31Hosanna Christian 56, Del Norte (Calif.) 39Klamath Union 67, Mt. Shasta 53Brookings-Harbor 67, Mazama 60Bentley 54, Tulelake 33Butte Valley 55, Henley JV 39Bonanza 57, Etna (Calif.) 52 GirlsKlamath Union 47, Weed 39Butte Valley 62, Klamath Union JV 31Bonanza 51, Surprise Valley (Calif.) 8 Friday Games GirlsLakeview at La...
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Oregon Tech prepares for conference play

The Oregon Tech basketball teams get Cascade Collegiate Conference play started this weekend traveling to Salem to face Corban University followed by Northwest Christian University in Eugene on Saturday. Both days are women’s-men’s doubleheaders starting at 5:15 p.m. on 960 the Sports Legend with the men’s games on 92-5 KLAD starting at 7 p.m....
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