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OIT women’s hoops finds JC transfer post player

KLAMATH FALLS, Ore. — Facing the reality of losing two of the team’s three six-footers, Oregon Tech women’s basketball was able to get back some height with the signing of a community college transfer. Heidi Halemeier joins the Owls roster from Linn-Benton Community College where she was a double-double player. Scoring 13.5 points and...
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Cabrera continues magnificent May as Giants beat Arizona

SAN FRANCISCO – Melky Cabrera broke a record held by Willie Mays. His manager compared him to Tony Gwynn. That’s the kind of memorable May it has been for the San Francisco Giants’ newest stars. Cabrera got his 50th hit of the month to spark the go-ahead rally and Buster Posey drove in a pair...
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Jaso’s early homer lifts Seattle past Rangers

ARLINGTON, Texas – Seattle finally got offensive and snapped a five-game losing streak. John Jaso hit a two-run homer early, then added an RBI single in the Mariners’ sixth-run eighth against two of Texas’ top two setup relievers. Seattle ended up matching its highest-scoring inning and game of the season in a 10-3 victory over...
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Basin comes up empty in state title bids

KLAMATH FALLS, Ore. — From an odds perspective, what transpired Tuesday in the three Basin-hosted OSAA 4A Baseball/Softball State Championship semifinals was highly unlikely. That said, the wins earned by all three visiting teams were just that – earned. Nothing came easy in either softball or baseball. Link: Read the 960 the Sports Legend...
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Frank Gore ready for some competition this season

SANTA CLARA, Calif. – Frank Gore took the ball, chugged up the middle and ran a few extra yards just for fun. Same `ol Gore, always pushing, no matter the month. It’s just that usually he is doing so way down in Miami this time of year – not on the field with his 49ers...
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Blazers look at big men during 1st draft workout

PORTLAND, Ore. – The Portland Trail Blazers opened draft workouts with a look at two big men, North Carolina’s Tyler Zeller and Meyers Leonard out of Illinois. Zeller, at 7 feet and 250 pounds, is the more experienced of the two, having played all four years for the Tar Heels. Last season as the ACC...
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OSAA baseball/softball semifinals preview

The remaining games of the OSAA 4A Baseball/Softball State Championships may be a lot about the Skyline Conference. For Basin residents, though, it is about their teams. Of the eight remaining teams in both sports’ semifinals to be played Tuesday, five are from the Skyline Conference. There are three out of Klamath Falls, including...
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Oregon claims No. 5 national seed

INDIANAPOLIS – The University of Oregon claimed a No. 5 national seed for the 66th annual NCAA Division I Baseball Championship, the NCAA Division I Baseball Committee announced Monday. The Ducks (42-17, 19-11), who finished third in the Pac-12 conference, will host No. 2 seed Cal State Fullerton, No. 3 seed Indiana State and...
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NCAA College World Series bracket announced

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Oregon State baseball headed to Baton Rouge regional

CORVALLIS, Ore. – The Oregon State baseball team will be making a program-record fourth consecutive postseason appearance when it heads to the Baton Rouge Regional as announced by the NCAA on ESPNU Monday morning. The Beavers will be the No. 2 seed at the regional, which is hosted by LSU (Southeastern Conference). The Tigers...
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