KU boys dominate sprints; Mazama distance

KLAMATH FALLS, Ore. — Klamath Union swept the sprints and Mazama dominated the distance in Wednesday’s three-team track and field meet at Modoc Field. Scotland Mikkelsen and Morgan Crebbin were 100- and 200-meter champs, respectively, with Tee Nguyen narrowly beating Mazama’s Thomas Volk in the 400 meters. Henley’s Sam Johnson won the short hurdles,...
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Oregon baseball holds on to beat Zags

SPOKANE, Wash. – Once again it came down to an exciting finish, but Jimmie Sherfy earned his 12th save of the season as Travis Forbes fouled out to first base with the bases loaded and the No. 10 Ducks prevailed 8-7 over Gonzaga on Wednesday at the Patterson Complex. Oregon (32-13) extends its winning...
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Timbers partner with Oregon Premier League

PORTLAND, Ore. — The Portland Timbers today announced a formal partnership with the Oregon Premier League (OPL), a state-wide soccer association providing a top-tier development environment for Oregon’s youth soccer players. As part of the partnership, the Timbers also become the presenting partner of the annual OPL State Cup. “The Timbers and OPL share...
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Lost River performs best for Basin at Chieftain Invite

ROGUE RIVER, Ore. — Medford schools Cascade Christian and St. Mary’s won the team titles at Tuesday’s Chieftain Invitational at Rogue River High School, but Basin teams represented well. Lost River’s boys and girls teams placed second and third, respectively, with distance runner Lindsey Barrows finishing second in the girls 1,500 meters. Audio: Lost...
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High School Baseball: Mazama looks for season series

Teams on the opposite ends of the Skyline Conference meet today in Phoenix when Klamath Union travels to face the Pirates on the baseball field at 4:30 p.m. (960 the Sports Legend). The Pelicans are 8-1 in league, one game ahead of North Valley. Phoenix has struggled to start the season, opening with a...
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Schmidt wins third CCC pitching award

LA GRANDE, Ore. — After clinching the Cascade Conference regular season title and securing hosting rights to this weekend’s CCC softball tournament, Oregon Tech’s Taylor Schmidt was named Pitcher of the Week by the league. Schmidt pitched to two wins in 14 innings of scoreless play against Concordia on Saturday and is one win...
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Updated: Hammond to lead Henley boys basketball

Updated: May 1, 2012 – 9:09 a.m. KLAMATH FALLS, Ore. — Luke Hammond is now the head coach of Henley boys basketball. A 1997 graduate of La Salle in Milwaukie, Hammond helped Chuck Shannon coach the Hornets to a 7-18 record this past season in Hammond’s first year as co-head coach after serving as...
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SOU debuts inaugural Frontier Conference schedule

ASHLAND, Ore. — The first year of Southern Oregon football in the Frontier Conference begins Sept. 1 when the Raiders host Montana Western at Spiegelberg Stadium in Medford. The school also announced a reduction in ticket prices for the season, including season tickets for all five home games for $40. The Raiders also lowered...
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UO’s Payne tabbed Player of the Week

WALNUT CREEK, Calif. — Sophomore second baseman Aaron Payne has been named Pac-12 Player of the Week, Commissioner Larry Scott announced Monday. Payne drove in five runs last week, including the game-winner against California on Friday and Saturday. In Friday’s 4-1 win over the Golden Bears, Payne’s eighth-inning sacrifice fly scored Brett Hambright to...
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Mazama’s Adams shatters distance record

KLAMATH FALLS, Ore. — McQueen High School from Nevada took both titles at Saturday’s Sterling Bank Invitational track and field meet at Oregon Tech’s John F Moehl Stadium, with the Henley girls finishing runner-up. Mazama was the best Basin boys performing team ending the day in fourth. Meet director Dan Fast tells 960 the...
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