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HS FB Recap: Mazama, KU into play-in round

KLAMATH FALLS, Ore. — It was both a positive and negative night for the Mazama Vikings. While Klamath Union beat them 49-0 in the Canal Bowl, Mazama did qualify for the play-in round next week and can now make the field of 16 for the Oregon School Activities Association playoffs. Klamath Union finished as...
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HS FB Preview: Canal Bowl tonight

The Triad Timberwolves start of our high school sports doubleheader Friday. Triad heads to defending state champion Camas Valley hoping to avoid two straight losses after a 50-32 defeat by Hosanna Christian. Triad coach Kyle Petrik on what cost his team in that game. The Triad-Camas Valley broadcast begins at 2:45 p.m. (960 the...
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KU-Mazama battle for soccer playoffs

The battle for the playoffs in Skyline Conference boys soccer happens noon on Saturday when Klamath Union plays at Mazama. Both teams are 4-5 in conference play and the winner gets the automatic spot in the play-in round. KU won earlier this season 2-0. 960 the Sports Legend spoke to both coaches before Saturday’s...
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Ducks and Beavers are in the top 10. Wait, what?

CORVALLIS, Ore. — Oregon may be that rainy outpost of the Pacific Northwest far removed from SEC country, but the state has two teams ranked in the top 10. The No. 2 Ducks and the No. 7 Beavers are the highest-ranked duo from a single state in the current AP Top 25. ”It’s really...
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Halfway to title: Giants win 2-0 for 2-0 WS lead

SAN FRANCISCO — The Giants’ extended family lingered on the field long after the final out, posing for pictures and savoring the win. Cars honked in the streets outside AT&T Park and fans celebrated in the bars. San Francisco is halfway to the World Series title, not all the way there. Yet, after two...
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Original Mariners owner Les Smith dies

SEATTLE — Les Smith, the Seattle-area businessman who was part of the group that brought Major League Baseball back to Seattle in 1977, has died. He was 93. Smith’s son, Alex, told The Associated Press that his father celebrated his 93rd birthday Saturday and died in his sleep Wednesday. Smith grew up in Brooklyn...
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KU girls; Mazama’s Delaney qualify for state

KLAMATH FALLS, Ore. – Our Charter Student Athlete of the Month for September Todd Delaney qualified for the OSAA Cross Country State Championship after placing fourth at Wednesday’s Skyline Conference Cross Country meet at Henley High School. He finished in between North Valley and Hidden Valley runners – both of those teams made the state...
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49ers-Cardinals Preview

The NFC West-leading San Francisco 49ers followed up an uncharacteristic one-sided loss with a gritty division-opening win last week. They’re expecting another tough battle when they visit the desert Monday night. Points could be hard to come by as San Francisco – winner of 10 of 12 against division opponents – squares off against...
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Mariners decline 2013 option on C Miguel Olivo

SEATTLE — The Seattle Mariners declined to pick up the option for 2013 on catcher Miguel Olivo, which will make him eligible to be a free agent after the World Series. The Mariners announced the move Wednesday, along with the decision that backup infielder Munenori Kawasaki has been released. Seattle’s 40-man roster stands at...
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Barry Zito shines in World Series debut for Giants

SAN FRANCISCO — Barry Zito never expected to start a World Series opener. Years ago, he learned not to count on anything in his baseball career. Many never figured Zito could win Game 1, either. Not because he hasn’t been downright good going on three months now, but because he was up against Tigers...
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