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Oregon Tech adds golf programs

KLAMATH FALLS, Ore. — Oregon Tech is adding men’s and women’s golf to its sports offerings. The teams could begin play as early as Fall of 2013. The collegiate golf season is split into fall and spring schedules and Oregon Tech plans to try and host tournaments in the Basin. The addition of OIT...
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High School Hoops Scoreboard – Dec. 5

Wednesday Scores GirlsMazama 54, Brookings-Harbor 28- Hannah Reynolds and Megan Morris combined for 33 pointsLost River 63, Butte Valley 21Chiloquin 40, Prospect 18 BoysLost River 67, Butte Valley 50Prospect 69, Chiloquin 45  Thursday Games BoysHidden Valley vs Willows (Calif.) (Mount Shasta Holiday Tournament) – 3:30 p.m.Mazama vs Yreka (Calif.) (Mount Shasta Holiday Tournament) –...
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Pacers 99, Trail Blazers 92

INDIANAPOLIS – A few different versions of Paul George have been showing up lately for the Indiana Pacers. The dominant one made an appearance Wednesday night against Portland. George scored 22 points to help Indiana beat the Trail Blazers 99-92 on Wednesday night. George, Indiana’s No. 2 scorer this season, has been inconsistent. He scored...
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Seahawks’ Browner banned 4 games

RENTON, Wash. – The Seattle Seahawks are about to find out how much losing at least one of their top cornerbacks means to their defense. Brandon Browner has dropped the appeal of his suspension for using performance-enhancing substances and will miss the final four games of the regular season, the league announced Wednesday. Browner’s loss...
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Oakland Raiders

Raiders deny interest in Gruden return

The Oakland Raiders on Wednesday publicly dismissed a report that former Raiders coach and current ESPN analyst Jon Gruden was being discussed as a possible replacement for first-year head coach Dennis Allen. “There are two people on this planet that have the ability to make talks happen between Jon Gruden and the Raiders, with...
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Lady Owls receive votes in NAIA Top 25

KANSAS CITY, Mo. — There’s a new No. 1 in NAIA Div. II Men’s Basketball. Cardinal Stritch (Wis.) replaced Northwood (Fla.) atop the poll after Northwood lost to Embry-Riddle (Fla.). Eastern Oregon from the Cascade Collegiate Conference is the poll’s new No. 2 team after improving to 14-0 this past weekend. EOU received the...
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High School Basketball Scoreboard – Dec. 4

Tuesday Scores BoysNorth Valley 74, South Umpqua 46Burns 69, Lakeview 49Triad 60, Bonanza 56Henley 77, La Pine 69Brookings-Harbor 69, Hidden Valley 60Ashland 64, Mazama 56Gilchrist 54, Chiloquin 48 GirlsBonanza 48, Triad 36Chiloquin 53, Gilchrist 28Lakeview 59, Burns 57 OTBrookings-Harbor 69, Hidden Valley 19Mazama 64, Ashland 35Phoenix 49, Del Norte (Calif.) 46Henley 34, La Pine...
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Seattle waives wide receiver Braylon Edwards

RENTON, Wash. – The Seattle Seahawks have cut wide receiver Braylon Edwards after a season during which he had little impact on the offense and placed starting left guard James Carpenter on the season-ending reserve/non-football illness list. Seattle made the moves Tuesday afternoon. Edwards was waived with an injury distinction, but no specific injury was...
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San Francisco Giants

Giants, Scutaro agree to $20 million, 3-year deal

SAN FRANCISCO – Second baseman Marco Scutaro is staying in San Francisco, right where he wanted to be. The NL championship series MVP agreed to a $20 million, three-year contract with the Giants late Tuesday. Vice president of baseball operations Bobby Evans said only a physical was left to finalize the deal. ”He was a...
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High School Hoops Scoreboard – Dec. 3

YREKA, Calif. — Luke Burch put in 10 points and pulled down nine rebounds, but the Lost River boys basketball team came up short 63-41 in their season opener against Yreka High School. The girls opened at Yreka also, beating the home team 54-53 in a tight contest. Megan Parks scored 18 points for...
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