King Felix better than new kid as Seattle beats Rangers

SEATTLE – Felix Hernandez said the hype and attention paid to Texas star Yu Darvish had no bearing on his level of intensity heading into Monday night. Seattle’s ace was too focused on making sure the best offensive team in baseball didn’t continue Hernandez’s unusual run of rough starts. ”Attack and just throw strikes,” Hernandez...
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Buccaneers deal Winslow to Seahawks

The Tampa Bay Buccaneers have traded tight end Kellen Winslow Jr. to the Seattle Seahawks for a conditional late-round pick, a source has told The two teams are still ironing out the language of the trade. The Bucs announced they have signed former Colts tight end Dallas Clark.
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Payne powers Ducks to sweep

EUGENE, Ore. – The first home run of Aaron Payne’s career broke open the game for No. 6 Oregon as the Ducks completed the sweep of Seattle with a 6-1 victory at PK Park on Sunday. The Ducks (41-14), currently on an eight-game winning streak, have now recorded the program’s most wins in a...
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Hayes homers again but OSU baseball drops game

PULLMAN, Wash. – PJ Jones hit a two-out grand slam in the bottom of the ninth inning to send Washington State to a 9-5 win over the 23rd-ranked Oregon State baseball team Saturday at Bailey-Brayton Field. Washington State loaded the bases on an intentional walk to Taylor Ard and OSU reliever Matt Boyd got...
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OIT’s repeat bid ends short with loss to Shorter

GULF SPRINGS, Ala. — Like Thursday’s pool play opener, the Oregon Tech Owls softball team fell behind in the first inning. Unlike their first game, the damage was too great that OIT couldn’t overcome the big deficit, as the Owls lost 5-1 to Shorter University (Ga.). Oregon Tech’s strong season and repeat bid at...
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Owls hold onto first inning lead to win

GULF SHORES, Ala. — Whereas the Oregon Tech Owls softball team fell behind 2-0 in Thursday’s pool play opener, OIT scored the first three runs of the game in the bottom of the first and held on to win 3-2 over St. Gregory’s (Okla.) and move to 2-0 in Pool G. The win puts...
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High School News & Notes

KLAMATH FALLS, Ore. — At Thursday’s Skyline Conference track and field meet at Oregon Tech, Mazama’s Paul Adams and Henley’s Zorg Loustalet qualified for the state meet next week at Hayward Field in Eugene. The two earned 3,000-meter bids, as did Klamath Union’s Alisha Luna on the girls side. KU’s Nicolai Luce and Mazama’s...
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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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