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Oregon Tech comes back to win pool opener

KLAMATH FALLS, Ore. — A first inning home run put Madonna up early, but slowly Oregon Tech’s Taylor Schmidt took control with her pitching plus belted a solo home run as the Owls were victorious 5-2 at the NAIA Softball National Championship. The big bang was Janelle Cromie’s sixth inning home run that gave...
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OSAA state tennis begins today for Basin athletes

The 4A OSAA Tennis State Championships open Thursday at the University of Oregon. Two boys doubles teams from Henley will begin play with Adam O’Farrell and Zachary Leininger going against a pair of sophomores from Oregon Episcopal. The team has to go through four matches to make the final. With a win, they will...
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Henley’s Kaitlin Collom wins golf title

REDMOND, Ore. — Kaitlin Collom shot a two-round 1-under 144 to win the 4A/3A/2A/1A OSAA Girls Golf Championship title – the first individual state golf championship in Henley history. Mazama’s Hannah Reynolds finished third and Kylie Collom of Henley was fourth. Molalla won the team title over Crook County. 4A OSAA Boys Golf State...
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Skyline play-in round pairings set

The pairings for the OSAA postseason play-in games will see Skyline Conference baseball champion and number one seed Klamath Union host Brookings-Harbor at 4 p.m. on Friday at Leo Bocchi Field. Skyline No. 4 seed Henley is at Farwest No. 1 bid South Umpqua at the same time. North Valley hosts North Bend and...
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Golf Round-Up: Henley and Mazama girls top state leaderboard

REDMOND, Ore. — Two Basin girls are leading at the 4A/3A/2A/1A OSAA Golf State Championships at Eagle Crest Golf Course. District champion Kaitlin Collom of Henley and Mazama’s Hannah Reynolds each shot 1-under 71s in the opening round to tie for the lead and post the only sub-par scores. Henley’s Kylie Collom is three...
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Oregon teams repeat as Pac-12 track champs

EUGENE, Ore. – The Women of Oregon swept both the 200 meters and the 800 meters to easily win their fourth straight conference crown Sunday before 7,144 fans at Historic Hayward Field. The men used wins in the 800 meters and 110 hurdles and an impressive opener by the 4×100 meter relay to keep...
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Klamath Union baseball wins outright title

KLAMATH FALLS, Ore. — Klamath Union rebounded from Hidden Valley’s 6-5 come-from-behind game 1 win to return the favor, getting a walk-off hit in game 2. The hit from Joe Whisler capped off a 4-3 senior day victory at Leo Bocchi Field The KU Pelicans scored two runs in the bottom of the seventh...
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Track Round-Up: Three Owls to nationals; HS districts

GRANTS PASS, Ore. — At Distrcit Track, Triad girls were third and Hosanna Christian went sixth while the Triad boys finished sixth and Hosanna Christian eighth. Triad’s Sarah Estabrook and Kirsten Hankins placed first and second in each the 1500 and 3000 meters to qualify for this weekend’s OSAA Track and Field Championships at...
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UO clinches baseball series with USC

EUGENE, Ore. – Jake Reed delivered a stellar start, and Aaron Payne drove in two runs as No. 9 Oregon clinched its series over USC with a 4-2 victory on Sunday at PK Park. Reed (6-3) allowed just two runs on four hits while striking out four in seven innings of work. The La...
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Beavers take Utah series in extras

SALT LAKE CITY – Dan Child struck out 11 and Nate Esposito walked with the bases loaded in the 10th inning to send the 23rd-ranked Oregon State baseball team to a 5-4 win over Utah Sunday at Spring Mobile Ballpark. Esposito, who was a defensive replacement at catcher in the ninth, walked on four...
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