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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Oregon Tech to host CCC softball tournament

PORTLAND, Ore. — Oregon Tech shutout Concordia 2-0 and 4-0 on Saturday to complete a weekend sweep and secure the top seed at this weekend’s Cascade Conference tournament. Pitcher Taylor Schmidt improved to 24-4 on the season, one win shy of equaling the OIT record for wins in a season. Now, the Owls host...
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Five UO, OSU players drafted, eight sign afterward

NEW YORK — The NFL Draft was completed Saturday, with four Oregon Ducks and one Oregon State Beaver selected. UO running back LaMichael James was the highest selection from the schools, going in the second round to San Francisco. In rounds five, six and seven, respectively, Ducks linebacker Josh Kaddu went to Miami, guard...
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Oregon Tech’s baseball season ends with win

KLAMATH FALLS, Ore. — On Senior Day, Oregon Tech senior Tommy Wood singled in the game winner in the bottom of the ninth to lift the Hustlin’ Owls to an 8-7 win and a doubleheader split with Concordia University Sunday afternoon at Kiger Stadium. Oregon Tech concludes the 2012 season at 18-33 and 11-21...
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Oregon completes sweep of Cal

EUGENE, Ore. – Oregon moved into first place in the Pac-12 title race with a 7-1 victory over California on Sunday afternoon at PK Park. The No. 10 Ducks (30-13, 14-7) completed the sweep of the Golden Bears (23-18, 7-11), and have totaled their most conference wins since the program was reinstated (2009). Oregon’s...
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OSU loses finale, series to USC

LOS ANGELES – Kavin Keyes and John Tommasini both had two hits but the Oregon State baseball team lost its series finale at USC, 6-2, Sunday at Dedeaux Field. The Trojans won the last two games to claim the series. Keyes and Tommasini both reached via a pair of singles to lead Oregon State...
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Beavers drop game to USC

LOS ANGELES – Jace Fry allowed six hits and three runs over 7 2/3 innings, but the Oregon State baseball team could not overcome a two-run fifth inning by USC in a 3-2 loss to the Trojans Saturday afternoon at Dedeaux Field. Fry struck out six and threw 114 pitches in his eighth start...
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Montreal uses second half to down Timbers

MONTREAL – A penalty-kick goal by forward Bernardo Corradi and a strike from substitute Sinisa Ubiparipovic late in the second half helped the Montreal Impact to a 2-0 win over the Portland Timbers in front of 19,223 at Olympic Stadium on Saturday afternoon. After a scoreless first half, the two sides exchanged chances through...
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Ducks beat Cal to take opener

EUGENE, Ore. – All No. 10 Oregon needed to cure its three-game slide was a dose of Aaron Jones as the Ducks opened its series against California with a 4-1 victory on Friday night at PK Park. After missing the Ducks (28-13, 12-7) last eight games, Jones returned to the lineup in the No....
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Beavers open with win at USC

LOS ANGELES – Ryan Dunn homered and Michael Conforto drove in two to pace the Oregon State baseball team to a series-opening 5-3 win over USC Friday night at Dedeaux Field. Dunn hit the first pitch in the eighth inning over the left field fence to give the Beavers a two-run, 4-2 lead, cushion....
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