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HS Baseball: Henley moves to top of Skyline

Henley took the opener of last Saturday’s doubleheader with Klamath Union to move to the top of the Skyline Conference standings just past the halfway point of the regular season. The Hornets won 8-2 in the first game before losing 14-12 in a nine inning game. Henley moved to 7-2 in conference play, with...
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Same Oregon offense in spring debut

EUGENE, Ore. – Marcus Mariota threw for 169 yards and two touchdowns and the Oregon offense looked as potent as ever in the Ducks’ first spring game under new coach Mark Helfrich. Bralon Addison had eight catches for 136 yards, Mariota completed 13-of-15 passes and the White team defeated the Green team 65-10 Saturday. Oregon...
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Padres claim first sweep of San Francisco in 3 years

SAN DIEGO – The San Diego Padres are having a mercurial season. Swept by the Giants in San Francisco last weekend, the Padres returned the favor by taking three games from the defending World Series champions at Petco Park. Chase Headley, Nick Hundley and Alexi Amarista homered off Ryan Vogelsong to lead the Padres to...
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Mariners take first series of season

SEATTLE – The Seattle Mariners were having no luck connecting with the changeup of Los Angeles Angels starter Jason Vargas on Sunday. So they had to change their approach to rally from a one-run deficit. Jason Bay and Michael Morse took advantage of Vargas’ mistakes with his fastball to hit a pair of solo home...
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Lakeview falls to North Lake

SILVER LAKE, Ore. — The North Lake Cowboys used an early lead followed by Lakeview walks to earn a 7-3 non-league baseball victory on Thursday. Lakeview hung tight through three innings, only trailing 2-1, but some timely hits combined with base on balls by Lakeview pitching allowed North Lake to put up four more...
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Brewers complete sweep of Giants

MILWAUKEE – Yovani Gallardo overcame a tough few days and kept the Milwaukee Brewers on a roll. Gallardo homered and struck out six in his first start since being arrested on a drunken driving charge, and the Milwaukee Brewers beat San Francisco 7-2 Thursday for a three-game sweep. ”It was tough,” Gallardo said. ”It’s obviously...
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Blazers optimistic despite finish

PORTLAND, Ore. – Wesley Matthews succinctly summed up the Trail Blazers’ feelings as the season ended with a thud. ”Empty,” he said. Matthews missed the team’s final five games with a right ankle injury, watching from the bench as Portland’s season-ending losing streak stretched to 13 games. The Blazers finished 33-49 and out of the...
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Mariners defeat Verlander, Tigers

SEATTLE – Kyle Seager made the most of his chance against Justin Verlander. Seager hit a pinch-hit, two-out RBI double in the seventh inning to break a scoreless tie and help give the Mariners a 2-0 victory over the Tigers on Thursday. Robert Andino singled to left with two outs in the seventh. Seager entered...
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NFL 2013 regular-season schedule

The 2013 NFL schedule was released on Thursday. Here is the complete 17-week schedule.
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KU’s Butler sets state’s third-best 200m time

KLAMATH FALLS, Ore. – Klamath Union’s Tyler Butler registered the state’s third fastest 200-meter time during yesterday’s track and field event at KU’s Modoc Field. Butler blazed to a 22.34, nearly a full second ahead of Hidden Valley’s Thomas Fate to land third in the Class 4A state times, according to athletic.net. Butler now trails...
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