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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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Offseason grades: NFC West

SAN FRANCISCO 49ERS It was an old school game of tit-for-tat between the 49ers and Seahawks this offseason, and I think the defending NFC champions won the battle. Note the word battle. There’s actually a season to be played. The rich got richer and San Francisco beefed up any holes on the roster, while...
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NBA recommends denying Kings move

NEW YORK – Here they stay. Looking for the latest on the Kings? Get the inside slant, stats, scores, schedules and more scoops right here.In an emotional saga that has dragged on for nearly three years, the Sacramento Kings finally appear to be staying put in California’s capital city. The NBA’s relocation committee voted unanimously...
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A’s win on walk-off HR in 19th

OAKLAND, Calif. – Brandon Moss and the Oakland Athletics played 6 1/2 hours of baseball before walking off with one tiring win. Moss hit his second home run of the night with two outs in the bottom of the 19th inning to give Oakland a 10-8 victory over the Los Angeles Angels early Tuesday in...
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Ramirez returns to LA; Kershaw out

LOS ANGELES – The Dodgers have activated shortstop Hanley Ramirez from the disabled list, making room for him on the roster by placing pitcher Clayton Kershaw on the bereavement list. Ramirez, who was not in the starting lineup Monday night against Colorado, had been out all season since tearing a ligament in his right thumb...
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OIT Recap: Baseball, softball move into postseason

REDDING, Calif. — The Oregon Tech Owls baseball team is in the postseason. After losing the opening game of Sunday’s doubleheader 7-6 at Simpson University, OIT defeated the Red Hawks 16-14 to clinch a spot in the NAIA West playoffs. The Owls will face Concordia on Wednesday (Noon – 960 the Sports Legend). Corban, Menlo and...
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HS Baseball: Henley moves to top of Skyline

Henley took the opener of last Saturday’s doubleheader with Klamath Union to move to the top of the Skyline Conference standings just past the halfway point of the regular season. The Hornets won 8-2 in the first game before losing 14-12 in a nine inning game. Henley moved to 7-2 in conference play, with...
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Same Oregon offense in spring debut

EUGENE, Ore. – Marcus Mariota threw for 169 yards and two touchdowns and the Oregon offense looked as potent as ever in the Ducks’ first spring game under new coach Mark Helfrich. Bralon Addison had eight catches for 136 yards, Mariota completed 13-of-15 passes and the White team defeated the Green team 65-10 Saturday. Oregon...
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Padres claim first sweep of San Francisco in 3 years

SAN DIEGO – The San Diego Padres are having a mercurial season. Swept by the Giants in San Francisco last weekend, the Padres returned the favor by taking three games from the defending World Series champions at Petco Park. Chase Headley, Nick Hundley and Alexi Amarista homered off Ryan Vogelsong to lead the Padres to...
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