Cascade beats Henley for 4A wrestling title

OSAA 4A Wrestling Championships: Cascade wins title over Henley 188-185.5. Mazama ties for 8th; KU 32nd. 2A/1A: Hosanna 10th. Link: See full wrestling results More on Monday starting at 6:00 AM on 960 the Sports Legend.
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Follow Basin wrestlers, bowlers at state

PORTLAND, Ore. — To follow the brackets during Friday and Saturdays OSAA Wrestling State Championships, go to the OSAA website: For more information on the Basin bowlers at the OSUSBC High School State Championship:
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HS Preview: Skyline teams play into state tournament

KLAMATH FALLS, Ore. — The Skyline’s top seed and the state’s fourth ranked team Henley hosts the Douglas Trojans to start Friday’s play-in basketball games across the state. The game is scheduled at Henley High School at 5:30 PM. Douglas (10-13) lost Tuesday’s Far West League playoff with Siuslaw, forcing the No. 31 Trojans to...
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Beavers baseball wins first game in San Diego

SAN DIEGO, Calif. – John Tommasini had three hits and Ryan Dunn drove in three to pace the 21st-ranked Oregon State baseball team to a 10-7 win over Pacific Thursday afternoon at Cunningham Stadium. Three other Beavers finished with two hits apiece – Danny Hayes, Ryan Barnes and Kavin Keyes – to help the...
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Oregon Tech defeats College of Idaho to move to semis

KLAMATH FALLS, Ore. – Top-seeded Oregon Tech started the game on a 23-5 spurt and never looked back, as the Hustlin’ Owls downed the eighth-seeded College of Idaho by a 79-53 final in the quarterfinal round of the Cascade Collegiate Conference tournament. No. 3 ranked Oregon Tech moves into the semifinals and will host...
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HS Final: Tulelake, Hosanna advance

TULELAKE, Calif. — The No. 5 seeded Tulelake Honkers claim it started slowly, but by the end of the 71-47 win against Los Molinos in the NSCIF Boys Basketball Championships, any modest beginning was forgotten. Tulelake now travels to Quincy Friday at 7:00 PM in the quarterfinals of the bracket. Not helping the Honkers’...
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Portland pursuing Przybilla

PORTLAND, Ore. – The Portland Trail Blazers are pursuing free agent Joel Przybilla, but a deal with the 7-foot-1 center would be contingent on a physical exam. The Blazers would also have to cut a player to make room on the roster for Przybilla, who spent more than six seasons in Portland before he was...
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Beavers’ Marable busted driving 104 mph

CORVALLIS, Ore. – Oregon State cornerback Malcolm Marable has been suspended indefinitely by the Beavers after he was cited for driving 104 mph on Interstate 5. State police say Marable was traveling northbound near Albany, Ore., when he was pulled over and cited early Sunday. The sophomore was also cited for failure to produce proof...
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HS Final: NSCIF and OSAA tournys begin

Tulelake, Calif. — The NSCIF/Les Schwab Championships started Tuesday for California high schools. The Tulelake Honkers girls opened Division V first round play hosting Weed, which built a 14 point fourth quarter lead. The Honkers fought back, cutting the deficit to 48-39, but wouldn’t get any closer. Weed wins 50-42 and now plays at...
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OIT: Women lose; men start tonight

PORTLAND, Ore. — Oregon Tech led early, but Warner Pacific built a 34-28 halftime lead and pulled away in the second half, netting a Cascade Conference tournament victory 76-58. The Lady Knights advance to Friday’s semifinals, while Oregon Tech’s season ends with a 21-10 record. Aundrea Albright scored a game-high 21 points, with Kaitlin...
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