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Oregon Tech Earns 72-52 Win Over Northwest

KLAMATH FALLS, Ore. – No. 21 Oregon Tech held Northwest University to just four second half baskets and used a 17-4 push at the midway point of the second period to earn a 72-52 victory in Cascade Conference women’s basketball tonight at Danny Miles Court. Oregon Tech improves to 22-5 on the season and 10-5...
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Love-Less Wolves Fall To Blazers

MINNEAPOLIS — The banged-up Minnesota Timberwolves were just what the Portland Trail Blazers needed. Having lost six of their previous 10 games, and with a date against first-place Oklahoma City looming on Tuesday, the Blazers took advantage of a Timberwolves team missing three of its best players. “We felt that way even if they had all their guys,” LaMarcus...
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Oregon Tech Runs Away From Evergreen State, 80-61

KLAMATH FALLS, Ore. – Oregon Tech opened the game with four-straight 3-point field goals and ran away from Evergreen State by a 80-61 final tonight in Cascade Conference men’s basketball action at Danny Miles Court. Oregon Tech improves their overall mark to 14-12 and now even in CCC play at 7-7.  Evergreen, meanwhile, falls to...
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Evergreen Upsets No. 21 Oregon Tech Lady Owls

KLAMATH FALLS, Ore. – Evergreen State moved out to as much as a 20 point lead midway through the second period and escaped Danny Miles Court with a 67-58 road win in Cascade Conference women’s basketball tonight in Klamath Falls. Oregon Tech raced out to an 18-11 lead only to see the Geoducks respond with...
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OIT wins in OT

KLAMATH FALLS, Ore. – In another overtime thriller between Oregon Tech and Northwest University, it was the Owls who came away victorious, as NU’s final try at the buzzer caromed off and Tech would edge the Eagles, 91-90, in Cascade Conference men’s basketball action tonight at Danny Miles Court. Hot shooting by both squads kept the...
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No. 2 Arizona Escapes Oregon

TUCSON, Ariz. — Arizona’s offense was disjointed, the shots weren’t falling, the free throws clanging one after another. Playing without injured forward Brandon Ashley for the first time, the second-ranked Wildcats looked out of sorts on the offensive end, leaving them in jeopardy of their first losing streak of the season.
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Hootie is the 2014 CCC Mascot Challenge Champion!!!

LA GRANDE, Ore. – With over 2500 votes combined cast in over the last three days, Oregon Tech’s Hootie the Hustlin’ Owl held off Eastern Oregon’s Monty the Mountaineer by a final score of 1,363-1,173 to win the first ever Cascade Conference Mascot Challenge.
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Blazers Hand Knicks Third Straight Loss

NEW YORK – LaMarcus Aldridge struggled with his shot for much of the game, so the All-Star was confident about his last attempt. It was just time for him to make a big play. Nicolas Batum had 20 points and 10 rebounds, Wesley Matthews scored 18 points, and the Trail Blazers overcame poor shooting nights by two of their...
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Kings Win Second Straight

SACRAMENTO, Calif. – Rudy Gay said he didn’t harbor a sense of revenge Wednesday night facing his former team — the Toronto Raptors- for the first time since a December trade. His numbers said it all. DeMarcus Cousins had 25 points and 10 rebounds, Gay added 24 points and 10 rebounds, and the Kings held off the Raptors...
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Oregon lands ESPN 300 DB McGraw

The Oregon staff held its collective breath as four-star safety Mattrell McGraw (River Ridge, La./John Curtis) contemplated a second January visit to Texas A&M. McGraw, ranked No. 194 overall in the ESPN 300, looked back on his December official visit to Oregon, however, and decided a trip to College Station was unnecessary. On Wednesday, he committed...
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