Sweet ride won’t drive at Oregon

Are you in the market for a 1973 Volkswagen Beetle? How about one that’s customized to look like an Oregon football helmet? You are? Well you’re in luck, because there happens to be one for sale in Eugene. The Oregon athletic department is currently holding an auction for the one-of-a-kind ‘73 Bug, with the...
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San Francisco Giants

Hunter Pence making early impact for Giants

SAN FRANCISCO – At around age 10, Hunter Pence acquired a Barry Bonds poster from his elementary school fair. It was then that Pence started choking up on his bat just as Bonds did in that prized picture that wound up on his wall. Pence has become one of the San Francisco Giants’ most reliable...
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Kiffin and USC strive for drama-free 2013 season

LOS ANGELES – Lane Kiffin has an idea. He’s not serious about it. Not really. There is, however, just a hint in his voice that suggests he’s not totally joking, either. ”I did think the other day what it would be like to be a high school head coach or to be at a small...
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Henley Softball

Diamond Sports: Henley goes after title sweep

Tomorrow is the final weekend of Skyline Conference diamond sports and both the softball and baseball races are tight. Phoenix defeated Henley 3-2 on Tuesday to force a tie atop the Skyline softball standings, although Henley owns the season series against Phoenix. Mazama is one game back of both. Henley head coach Jesse Hamilton...
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Tulelake girls duo star at Evergreen meet

TULELAKE, Calif. – Tulelake was the top area finisher in Thursday’s Evergreen League track and field meet with Butte Valley getting individual victories. Tulelake scored 286 points, getting wins by Dylan Miller in the 200 and 400-meter events and Logan Herman in the 800 and 1,600 meters. The Tulelake boys 400-relay team was also first, as...
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After three days, Mazama beats KU in baseball

KLAMATH FALLS, Ore. — After two postponements and ten innings, the Mazama Vikings used a Jimmy Marquit single to left field to score the game’s only run in a 1-0 victory over Klamath Union on Thursday afternoon. Bi-Mart Baseball Game of the Week/960 the Sports Legend The game was originally scheduled for Tuesday, but thunderstorms...
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San Francisco Giants

McCann goes deep as Braves defeat Giants

SAN FRANCISCO – Brian McCann spent the first month of the season in Florida rehabilitating his surgically repaired right shoulder. He hardly watched the Atlanta Braves play. Now that he’s back, a big void has been filled. McCann hit a two-run homer and an RBI single in his third game this season since coming off...
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Seattle DL Scruggs has ACL surgery

RENTON, Wash. – The Seattle Seahawks have likely lost defensive lineman Greg Scruggs for the 2013 season after he tore his anterior cruciate ligament in his right knee. Scruggs underwent reconstructive arthroscopic surgery on Thursday at the Seattle Surgery Center, the team announced.
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Los Angeles LA Dodgers

Greinke to make injury rehab start

LOS ANGELES – Dodgers pitcher Zack Greinke is scheduled to make his first injury rehab start Friday night for Class-A Rancho Cucamonga at Lake Elsinore. The team announced the news Thursday. Greinke had surgery last month to repair a broken left collarbone after he was hurt in a bench-clearing brawl with Carlos Quentin and the...
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Golf Ball in Grass

Portland to host 2015 US Women’s Amateur

PORTLAND, Ore. – Portland Golf Club will host the 2015 U.S. Women’s Amateur. It will be the third USGA championship tournament held at the Portland Golf Club. The last was the 1999 Senior Amateur.
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