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Penalty Kick Gives Eagles Win over Owls

KIRKLAND, Wash. – A penalty kick in the 49th minute, the only score of the game, would lift Northwest University to a narrow, 1-0, victory over Oregon Tech this afternoon in Cascade Conference play. In a tightly contested defensive battle, which totaled only 15 shots between to two teams, and remained scoreless until the 49:53 mark when...
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Bonanza 18, Riddle 0 Burns 50, Riverside 6  Chiloquin 58, Gilchrist 38Enterprise 27, Union 0Henley 42, Phoenix 26 Hermiston 35, Bend 32 Klamath 29, North Valley 14Knappa 40, Vernonia 7 La Grande 34, McLoughlin/Griswold 0La Pine 34, Harrisburg 15Nyssa 46, Irrigon 14Ontario 29, Baker 8Vale 46, Umatilla 0
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First Half Goals Lift Hustlin’ Owls Past Eagles

KIRKLAND, Wash. – Oregon Tech scored two first half goals on their way to a 2-0 shutout victory over Northwest University this afternoon on the NU Athletic Field. A rough physical contest, 32 fouls, six yellow cards and one red card were handed out with 21 of those fouls coming in the second half. Benito Torres-Mata put the...
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Beavers Go Toe-to-Toe with No. 8 Cardinal, Fall Short at 1-0

STANFORD, Calif. – The Oregon State University men’s soccer program withstood a vaunted attack through the majority of the match from defending national champion Stanford on Sunday at Laird Q. Cagan Stadium. The No. 8-ranked Cardinal (10-2-1, 4-0-1 Pac-12) connected for a second-half goal to send the Beavers (4-9-0, 1-4-0 Pac-12) back to Corvallis empty-handed...
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Beavers Battle, Come Up Short against Buffaloes

CORVALLIS, Ore. – The Oregon State University football program took on Colorado on Saturday afternoon for the homecoming game at Reser Stadium. The Beavers (1-6, 0-4 Pac-12) fell 36-33 to the Buffaloes (4-3, 1-3 Pac-12) after a back-and-forth affair. Ryan Nall led the ground attack with 172 yards and three touchdowns, moving into the 11th spot...
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It’s time to pay attention to Justin Turner’s incredible postseason record

ESPN — LOS ANGELES — After four businesslike wins to begin what the Los Angeles Dodgers hope will be their first championship run in 29 years, the habitues of Hollywood finally needed a hero to plaster on their marquee. They got one on Sunday, and, as with all great Hollywood heroes, the backstory is pretty good....
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Life without Aaron Rodgers: How Packers can survive — with help

ESPN – For the second time in five seasons, the entire state of Wisconsin hinges on a single broken collarbone. One thousand four hundred forty-four days after Aaron Rodgers broke his collarbone on Monday Night Football in a 2013 loss to the Bears, the Packers’ future Hall of Fame quarterback suffered the same injury to his other...
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Proving collusion by NFL owners will be tough for Colin Kaepernick

ESPN – Colin Kaepernick and his representatives face a high bar to prove that NFL owners have colluded to keep him out of the league this season, as alleged in a grievance filed Sunday. The NFL’s collective bargaining agreement, which governs such disputes, makes clear that the failure to sign a player is not in itself enough...
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Oregon State Suffers 2-0 Setback at Cal

BERKELEY, Calif. – The Oregon State University men’s soccer program opened up a two-game road trip to the Golden State against Cal on Thursday afternoon at Edwards Stadium, but suffered a 2-0 defeat behind two second-half goals. “We’re disappointed, especially after we started so well,” said head coach Steve Simmons. “I thought we were aggressive, which...
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Beavers Participate in PAC-12 Media Day

SAN FRANCISCO, Calif. – The Pac-12 Conference held its annual Men’s Basketball Media Day on Thursday at the Pac-12 Studios, and head coach Wayne Tinkle, junior forward Drew Eubanks and junior guard Stephen Thompson Jr. were there to represent Oregon State. What’s it going to take to get your team back to where you were a couple of years ago?WAYNE TINKLE:...
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