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Diamond Sports: OIT blows lead to fall to La Sierra

ATHERTON, Calif. – The Oregon Tech Owls baseball team was on the road for a non-league match with La Sierra Thursday night. With OIT leading 7-2 through seven, La Sierra scored seven runs in the final two innings to win 9-8. Tech’s Dylan Rogers homered for the first time this season in the game. Oregon...
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Mazama’s Reynolds, Morris make 4A All-State teams

PORTLAND, Ore. — Coaches from throughout Oregon have chosen the 4A Girls Basketball All-State teams. The votes from the coaches were tabulated by the Oregonian.  MyBasin.com was told by Mazama athletic director Randy Rose last week that Mazama senior Hannah Reynolds was the Player of the Year. Her coach, Joy Lease, was chosen Coach...
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Oregon-Louisville Preview

INDIANAPOLIS – The speed. The quickness. The penchant for causing chaos and mayhem. The ability to take a manageable game and turn it into a blowout in a matter of seconds. Yeah, Dana Altman and his Oregon Ducks know exactly what they’re up against with Louisville and that hair-on-fire defense. They’ve been watching the Oregon...
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Oregon is in the Sweet 16 in 3 years under Altman

In three seasons, the Oregon Ducks have progressed over the array of post-season tournaments, from the CBI, to the NIT and now the NCAA. Dana Altman has guided Oregon over those three seasons of improvement. On Friday, the surprising 12th-seeded Ducks (28-8) will face top-seeded Louisville (31-5) in the round of 16 in Indianapolis....
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Nets 111, Trail Blazers 93

PORTLAND, Ore. – Reggie Evans’ Brooklyn teammates egged him on, making sure he knew just how many points and rebounds he had against the Trail Blazers. In the end, Evans finished with a career-high 26 rebounds and matched his career best with 22 points, and Brooklyn beat Portland 111-93 on Wednesday night. Evans is the...
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OIT Round-up: Baseball’s Rogers wins Player of the Week

KLAMATH FALLS, Ore. – The Oregon Tech Owls baseball team used a Ryan Hayden walk-off single in the bottom of the 11th to beat Willamette University 6-5 at Kiger Stadium on Tuesday. Willamette won game 2 by a final of 13-8. Tyson Dahl had two RBI for the Owls in the opening game as OIT...
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Diamond Sports Scoreboard: Mar. 25-27

Monday Scores BaseballHenley 12, Higley (Ariz) 4Klamath Union 9, Desert Edge (Ariz) 8 SoftballTigard 7, Henley 3Henley 12, Springfield 3Mazama 5, South Eugene 3St. Helens 16, Mazama 1  Tuesday Scores BaseballHenley 15, Page (Ariz) 3 Klamath Union vs Denver Christian – Coach Bob Nat’l Invitaitonal – 1 p.m.Gold Beach 5, Lost River 3Gold Beach...
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Nets-Trail Blazers Preview

The Portland Trail Blazers are running out of time to make up ground in the Western Conference playoff race, and their remaining schedule features teams either currently in postseason position or battling for it like themselves. That includes the Brooklyn Nets, who could have Joe Johnson back in the lineup as they continue their...
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Scutaro shows off dare and dash, Giants top Padres

SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. – Marco Scutaro came up with a rare play, taking an extra base after a walk Tuesday as the San Francisco Giants beat the San Diego Padres 4-2. Scutaro, the MVP of last year’s NL championship series, drew a two-out walk in the third inning. He sprinted to first, then kept going and...
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UCLA fires Howland

LOS ANGELES – In what turned out to be a last-chance season for Ben Howland at UCLA, he wasn’t able to stabilize the storied basketball program that had been roiled by problems on and off the court. Another early-round exit from the NCAA tournament hastened his firing after 10 seasons as Bruins coach. Howland took...
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