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High School Round-Up: Hidden Valley hands KU first loss

GRANTS PASS, Ore. — Skyline baseball teams rounded out the first half of the conference schedule Tuesday, with Klamath Union traveling to face Hidden Valley. Tied 1-1 in the fourth inning, Hidden Valley’s Kyle Garrison doubled to bring in Greg Hurd for the go-ahead run and Hidden Valley scored twice more to win 4-1. It...
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Henley’s Zimmerman receives state award

SALEM, Ore. — After his team won February’s state girls swimming title, Henley coach Dan Zimmer has been named the Oregon Athletic Coaches Association Coach of the Year for the sport. The championship was the first for Henley after three straight runner-up finishes from 2007-2009. Zimmer will be recognized along with coaches of other...
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Beavers win first baseball Civil War

EUGENE, Ore. – Taylor Starr scattered five hits and a run over seven innings to pace the Oregon State baseball team to a 7-1 win over No. 10 Oregon in a midweek contest Tuesday night at PK Park. Oregon State utilized a four-run third inning to jump out to a 6-0 lead and controlling...
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Mariners-Tigers Preview

The Detroit Tigers haven’t been able to get much going at the plate lately. The same was true for them against the Seattle Mariners last season. Detroit continues its seven-game homestand when it faces a Mariners team trying to snap a four-game losing streak Tuesday night. The Tigers hit .304 and averaging 6.7 runs...
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Oregon Tech baseball doubleheader start time moved

KLAMATH FALLS, Ore. – Due to a scheduling conflict at Kiger Stadium, Oregon Tech baseball head coach Matt Miles announced Tuesday that this weekend’s NAIA West baseball series between Oregon Tech and Concordia University will be rescheduled. This Saturday’s doubleheader, originally scheduled to begin at 12 p.m., is now moved to a 5 p.m. start time. The...
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High School Round-Up: Henley softball goes for ninth in a row

Skyline Conference softball sees No. 2 Henley trying to extend their winning streak to eight at North Valley Tuesday afternoon. Phoenix hosts Mazama in hopes of pulling even with the Vikings. Mazama has lost only once in its last seven games – 4-0 to Henley a week ago. Chiloquin is at Bonanza for the...
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Owls schedule SOU game resumption

KLAMATH FALLS, Ore. — Oregon Tech softball will resume its game with Southern Oregon on Friday in Medford in order to cap off the regular season by weekend’s end. The Owls trail SOU 3-0 in the top of the second. The original game was suspended last Tuesday in Klamath Falls by weather. OIT finishes...
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OSU still remembers UO sweep

It won’t count toward the Pac-12 standings, but there’s always pride when Oregon and Oregon State play. The two resume the Civil War rivalry on the baseball diamond Tuesday night in Eugene. Audio: Oregon State junior outfielder Max Gordon on Oregon-Oregon State rivalry Beavers outfielder Max Gordon appeared on Monday’s edition of Goofing Around...
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Uribe lifts Dodgers past Braves

LOS ANGELES – In a season full of disappointments, Juan Uribe was undoubtedly the biggest for the Los Angeles Dodgers last year — at least on the field. And no one in their clubhouse has more incentive this time around than he does. Uribe tied a career high with four hits and drove in three...
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Spurs rout Blazers, clinch No. 1 in West

SAN ANTONIO – The San Antonio Spurs have locked up another No. 1 seed. Tim Duncan scored 18 points in what might have been his last game before the playoffs start this weekend, now that the Spurs have clinched the top spot in the Western Conference after beating the Portland Trail Blazers 124-89 on Monday...
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