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The young, inexperienced Utah Jazz heard plenty of reasons why they wouldn’t make the playoffs, but none of the doubts resonated. After wrapping up the Western Conference’s final postseason berth in their most recent contest, the Jazz seek a season sweep of the disappointing Portland Trail Blazers when the teams conclude the regular season...
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Harlem Wizards play at OIT for Peterson Elementary

KLAMATH FALLS, Ore. — The Harlem Wizards are in the Basin Thursday night to help raise funds for Peterson Elementary. Audio: Harlem Wizards player King Arthur King Arthur plays for the Wizards and says there are significant differences between this Harlem team and the one you might be thinking of – the Globetrotters. Audio:...
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Yankees’ Pineda to miss rest of season

Yankees pitcher Michael Pineda needs surgery on his right shoulder and will miss the rest of the season, the team announced Wednesday. Doctors diagnosed the 23-year-old right-hander with a torn labrum and he will undergo surgery Tuesday. He is expected to be out of action for at least a year. General manager Brian Cashman...
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13 Oregon, OSU players seek NFL selection

It’s NFL Draft week, which means a few things: 1. It’s smokescreen season: Don’t believe a single rumor you hear. That player who’s stock is “rising” in the days leading up to the Draft? That was something planted by his agent. Ignore it. That team that’s desperately trying to trade up or down in...
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Timbers add Scottish defender

PORTLAND, Ore. — The Portland Timbers today announced that the club has signed Scottish defender Steven Smith. Per league and club policy, terms of the deal were not disclosed. Timbers general manager Gavin Wilkinson made the announcement. Smith, 26, will be added to Portland’s roster pending the receipt of his International Transfer Certificate (ITC)....
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High School Round-Up: Hidden Valley hands KU first loss

GRANTS PASS, Ore. — Skyline baseball teams rounded out the first half of the conference schedule Tuesday, with Klamath Union traveling to face Hidden Valley. Tied 1-1 in the fourth inning, Hidden Valley’s Kyle Garrison doubled to bring in Greg Hurd for the go-ahead run and Hidden Valley scored twice more to win 4-1. It...
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Henley’s Zimmerman receives state award

SALEM, Ore. — After his team won February’s state girls swimming title, Henley coach Dan Zimmer has been named the Oregon Athletic Coaches Association Coach of the Year for the sport. The championship was the first for Henley after three straight runner-up finishes from 2007-2009. Zimmer will be recognized along with coaches of other...
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Beavers win first baseball Civil War

EUGENE, Ore. – Taylor Starr scattered five hits and a run over seven innings to pace the Oregon State baseball team to a 7-1 win over No. 10 Oregon in a midweek contest Tuesday night at PK Park. Oregon State utilized a four-run third inning to jump out to a 6-0 lead and controlling...
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The Detroit Tigers haven’t been able to get much going at the plate lately. The same was true for them against the Seattle Mariners last season. Detroit continues its seven-game homestand when it faces a Mariners team trying to snap a four-game losing streak Tuesday night. The Tigers hit .304 and averaging 6.7 runs...
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Oregon Tech baseball doubleheader start time moved

KLAMATH FALLS, Ore. – Due to a scheduling conflict at Kiger Stadium, Oregon Tech baseball head coach Matt Miles announced Tuesday that this weekend’s NAIA West baseball series between Oregon Tech and Concordia University will be rescheduled. This Saturday’s doubleheader, originally scheduled to begin at 12 p.m., is now moved to a 5 p.m. start time. The...
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