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Rockies start slowly, but finish strong over Dodgers

LOS ANGELES – The Colorado Rockies got enough runs off Josh Beckett to overcome another mediocre start by Juan Nicasio and salvage the final game of a sub-.500 road trip. Troy Tulowitzki and Carlos Gonzalez each hit two-run doubles, and center fielder Dexter Fowler robbed Adrian Gonzalez of what would have been his second home...
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Portland’s Lillard wins NBA Rookie of the Year

In news that should come as a shock to no one, Portland Trail Blazers point guard Damian Lillard will reportedly be named Rookie of the Year for the 2012-2013 NBA season, according to Blazers Edge. Lillard took the NBA by storm from the beginning of the season and swept the Rookie of the Month...
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HS Track: Tulelake, Lost River win most events at Raider Invitational

MERRILL, Ore. – Tulelake and Lost River’s track and field teams led the way with 10 event wins in Tuesday’s Lost River Raider Invitational. Hosanna Christian captured five event titles. Lost River’s Marcos Leon won the 1,500 meters and 300-meter hurdles, while Hosanna Christian’s Ryan Lockwood took the 100-meter title and was part of the...
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Diamond Sports: KU’s struggles continue; Mazama wins

PHOENIX, Ore. – The Klamath Union Pelicans came into Tuesday’s play struggling through a mid-season swoon. Having lost three of their last four, the Pelicans were playing at Phoenix (1-8), but trailed 4-3 in the sixth with a runner at 1st base. From the Bi-Mart Baseball Game of the Week/960 the Sports Legend The play...
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Athletics dump Angels again

OAKLAND, Calif. – Yoenis Cespedes didn’t get much sleep after playing in the longest major league game of the season, so the Oakland cleanup hitter found an energy drink to get him going. It obviously did the trick – much like the Cuban slugger has done for the Athletics since he arrived last season. Cespedes...
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McLouth starts Orioles quickly to beat Mariners

SEATTLE – Jason Hammel struggled to get loose on a chilly night and, with each inning dragging, never found a rhythm on the mound. It’s largely why the Baltimore starter didn’t make it through the sixth inning for the first time this season. Fortunately for Hammel, Nate McLouth and the Orioles’ hitters gave him a...
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Panda helps Giants get right

PHOENIX – A sore elbow couldn’t slow Pablo Sandoval. The San Francisco third baseman hit a two-run homer with one out in the top of the ninth inning and the Giants rallied to beat the Arizona Diamondbacks 2-1 on Tuesday night. Sandoval was taken out of the Giants’ win Monday by manager Bruce Bochy after...
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HS Track: Triad’s Ovgard sets meet record

KLAMATH FALLS, Ore. – Triad’s Gabe Ovgard broke the 200-meter meet record at this past weekend’s Sterling Invitational at Oregon Tech’s John F. Moehl Stadium. He crossed the finish line in 21.90, .04 ahead of Eureka’s Alexis Robinson. Both were better than the 2008 record of Mark Brooks. Ovgard also won the 100-meter and long...
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OIT Notes: Volleyball, men’s soccer add players

KLAMATH FALLS, Ore. – A local volleyball player will remain local as Bonanza High School’s Linsey Jones has agreed to play at Oregon Tech. The 5-10 outside hitter was a first team all-conference selection the past two seasons and earned all-state honors her senior year. Owls head coach Jason Corwin also announced the signing of...
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HS Agenda: Henley baseball looks for 8th win in 9 tries

Tuesday Games BaseballHenley at Hidden Valley – 4:30 p.m.- After winning the first game of the doubleheader last Saturday, Henley had its 7-game winning streak snapped by Klamath Union, but Henley still leads the conference by one-game. Hidden Valley has won five in a row entering this afternoon, but was swept by Henley in...
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