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High school basketball debuts

Wednesday is the first day of high school basketball throughout Oregon. The Chiloquin boys and girls are scheduled to play Prospect Wednesday night at 7 p.m. In the Skyline Conference, the Hidden Valley boys are the only boys team playing Wednesday before Mazama, Klamath Union and Henley start the season Thursday. Lakeview and Triad also...
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OIT top 25 streak ends at 90 polls

KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Four Cascade Collegiate Conference schools are in the latest NAIA Division II Men’s Basketball Coaches’ Top 25 Poll – and for the first time since January 2005, Oregon Tech is not one of them. OIT dropped out of the top 25 after 90 consecutive appearances and is in the “receiving...
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49ers’ Bowman agrees to extension

SANTA CLARA, Calif. – NaVorro Bowman had to tell someone about his hefty new contract before it became public. And there was pal Patrick Willis first thing Tuesday before they began their morning workout. ”He was excited as soon as I told him, when I wasn’t supposed to,” Bowman said about Willis, the godfather of...
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Lady Owls sweep in Ashland

The Oregon Tech Hustlin’ Owls split at last weekend’s Flagship Inn Classic in Ashland. Following an 82-65 loss to Lewis-Clark State, the men’s basketball team recovered to defeat New Hope Christian 77-72 and avoid a three-game losing streak. David Clarke led the Owls with 21 points and Josh Wiseman contributed 18 points. Oregon Tech...
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Pistons 108, Trail Blazers 101

AUBURN HILLS, Mich. – Brandon Knight outplayed Damian Lillard in a matchup of young guards – and had plenty of help from a couple of unexpected contributors. Knight scored 26 points to lead the Detroit Pistons to a 108-101 victory over the Portland Trail Blazers on Monday night. Detroit had seven players score in double...
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Owls at Southern Oregon – 1st Half – 11.20.2012

Southern Oregon beats Oregon Tech 76-60 Tuesday night in Ashland.
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Skyline All-Conference selections – Fall sports

Skyline Volleyball All-Conference Selections Coach of the Year: Shonda BurskCo-Players of the Year: Ashlynn Flynn, Kenzie Schmoll (Phoenix) 1st Team: Baylee Toney, Ashlynn Flynn, Kenzie Schmoll (Phoenix), Cameron Allen, Lacy Maynard (Hidden Valley), Racyne Parker (Henley) 2nd Team: Madi Trelease (Klamath Union), Randee Hand (Mazama), Karley Hook (North Valley), Jensen Haigh (Henley), McKenzie Cushman (Hidden Valley), Halleigh Wagman...
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Oregon-Oregon St. Preview

After losing their chance at a perfect season, fifth-ranked Oregon can’t afford to hang its head for very long. The Ducks, also fifth in the BCS standings, still have an outside chance at reaching the BCS title game – with a whole lot of help. Oregon first has to secure bragging rights Saturday in...
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Bonus rivalry game in Ashland

There’s bonus rivalry basketball Tuesday night in Ashland when Oregon Tech travels west to meet Southern Oregon in the SOU home opener. The No. 2 Owls are 6-1 after a weekend sweep of William Jessup and Holy Names. For No. 23 Southern Oregon, the Raiders are 4-2 after losing twice during their latest road...
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Kaepernick picks apart Bears in win

SAN FRANCISCO — As Alex Smith stood on the sideline with a concussion, San Francisco’s potential quarterback of the future went to work — and fast. Strong-armed fill-in Colin Kaepernick made all the right throws, looking every bit a capable NFL No. 1. Kaepernick passed for 243 yards and two touchdowns in his first...
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