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Seahawks make moves to coaching staff

RENTON, Wash. – The Seattle Seahawks have officially hired Travis Jones as their new defensive line coach and Nick Sorensen as coaching assistant/special teams coach. Also Wednesday, the Seahawks signed former Green Bay and New York Giants cornerback/kick returner Will Blackmon.
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Wrestling Minute: District Recap

The Skyline District Wrestling Meet was held this past weekend at Mazama High School. With a recap, here’s former Mazama wrestling coach Larry Morene with the 960 the Sports Legend Wrestling Minute:
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LeBron continues remarkable run vs Blazers

MIAMI – It’s not the type of streak that LeBron James ever thought about, this run of putting together at least 30 points and 60 percent shooting in six straight games. Still, it’s something he’ll savor. He’s rolling right now, and so are the Miami Heat. James scored 30 points on 11 for 15 shooting...
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Oregon 3-sport star sets sights on track team

EUGENE, Ore. – It all began in 2011, when Oregon volleyball coach Jim Moore got a knock on his door shortly after the Ducks’ season wrapped up. It was basketball coach Paul Westhead, wondering if he could ”borrow” freshman outside hitter Liz Brenner. Moore, cringing a bit at the thought of injury, reluctantly agreed. A...
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Mariners finalize Felix’s monster deal

PEORIA, Ariz. – Right-hander Felix Hernandez has finalized a monster contract with the Seattle Mariners. The two sides have worked out the final language in the deal, which was announced by Mariners GM Jack Zduriencik on Tuesday. The deal likely will include protective language to guard against the possibility of Hernandez suffering a specific elbow...
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Hosanna Christian sweeps Triad

KLAMATH FALLS, Ore. — Hosanna Christian beat Triad 61-51 in a make-up Mountain Valley league contest Monday night. The win gives Hosanna Christian a 1.5-game lead over Triad in the Mountain Valley girls basketball standings with two games left for the Lions. Triad has only one game remaining. Meanwhile, the Hosanna Christian boys won...
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M’s set to start spring with bounty of questions

SEATTLE – When the Seattle Mariners report for spring training on Tuesday, they’ll immediately start trying to answer whether their starting rotation has enough depth and how they will shuffle a glut of players between left field, first base and designated hitter. And why exactly there was a delay in an expected new contract for...
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Oregon Tech hoops teams control their destinies

The Oregon Tech Owls basketball teams concluded their final road trip of the season last weekend and control their own destinies heading into this weekend’s final regular season games at Danny Miles Court. The men’s basketball team needs to win one game to secure at least eighth place in the Cascade Collegiate Conference standings...
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Henley claims District wrestling title

KLAMATH FALLS, Ore. — The Henley Hornets won a third straight championship at the District wrestling tournament this past weekend at Mazama High School. Ronnie Bresser and Gary Jantzer won the meet’s most outstanding wrestler awards and their weight classes, as did Henley teammates Joe Britt, Tyler Scott, Connor Noonan, Zech Bresser, Eli Noonan...
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HS Basketball: Skyline Conference playoffs set

The Skyline Conference basketball playoffs begin Tuesday after a couple of weekend seeding games. The Henley Hornets beat Klamath Union 63-51 to secure the second place spot on the boys side, giving Henley a first-round bye into Friday’s semifinals. Now, Klamath Union, which has lost two straight, hosts Hidden Valley on Tuesday at Pelican...
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