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OIT men thin herd atop Cascade Conference

KIRKLAND, Wash. – Oregon Tech’s Bobby Hunter made one of two free throws with 1.4 seconds remaining in overtime as the No. 3 Owls edged No. 12 Northwest University, 94-93, in overtime tonight in a battle for first place in the Cascade Conference. With the victory, OIT remains tied with Warner Pacific for the...
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Klamath Union, Mazama tied for third at High Desert Classic

Mazama head wrestling coach Larry Morene provided an update from day one of the High Desert Classic in Klamath Falls. Mountain View is leading the field with 118 points, with Eagle Point second at 89.  Host city schools Klamath Union and Mazama are tied for third with 84 points. Audio: Mazama wrestling coach Larry...
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HS Basketball: Friday night preview

There’s an opportunity for Skyline Conference boys teams to separate from one another tonight, while both Skyline girls leaders are on the road. Klamath Union hosts Mazama in the Canal basketball game (960 the Sports Legend – approx. 7:00 PM following OIT basketball).  The Pelicans are hoping for an intimidating atmosphere with Black Out...
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OIT, Northwest battle for CCC men’s lead

KIRKLAND, Wash. — Oregon Tech is on the road for the first multiple day road trip of the year, facing Northwest tonight and Evergreen State College Saturday in Washington. The Hustin’ Owls remain third in the nation, defeating Southern Oregon 69-56 last week. Junior Jordan Kiely likes where his team is, as this weekend...
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Pac-12 Basketball: OSU loses in OT again; Ducks win

TUSCON, Ariz. — Following its four-overtime game against Stanford last week, Oregon State played extra time again Thursday night against Arizona. Kyle Fogg finished with 23 points, scoring on a hard drive in overtime, as Arizona beat the Beavers 81-73. Fogg ran into Oregon State’s Jared Cunningham while celebrating the basket, setting off a near...
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Portland Timbers select two in MLS SuperDraft; trade Cooper

KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Fresh of its visit to Klamath Falls as part of the “Dribble Oregon” tour, the Portland Timbers Major League Soccer club went back to business Thursday, picking eighth in the MLS SuperDraft. Using the No. 8 selection, the Timbers selected defender Andrew Jean-Baptiste from the University of Connecticut.  Jean-Baptiste was selected...
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Butte Valley wins close games with American Christian

PALO CEDRO, Calif. – The Butte Valley girls defeated American Christian in overtime 56-54 to win its third game in four tries. Butte Valley boys snapped a six-game losing skid, beating American Christian 56-53. The Bulldogs have a doubleheader at Tulelake High School on Friday. Friday’s Games Boys Mazama at Klamath Union – 8:00 PM...
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Pac-12 Basketball: Ducks, Beavers in Arizona

Oregon State is back to the court Thursday night, as the Beavers travel to Arizona. OSU is 1-3 in the Pac-12 conference, fresh off its longest-ever game – Saturday’s 103-101 4OT loss to Stanford, the Beavers third 100-plus point performance this season – a school record. Oregon State’s Ahmad Starks and Jared Cunningham have...
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Basin HS Basketball: Skyline divided by the winners and winless

The start to the Skyline basketball season is equally-divided between 2-0 and 0-2 teams, as all three winning boys teams from Friday picked up victories on Tuesday.  All three 4A Klamath Falls high schools also won Tuesday in girls games. Boys Results Klamath Union 69, Hidden Valley 46 KLAMATH FALLS, Ore. — The three-pointer...
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Husain is Henley’s permanent pick

KLAMATH FALLS, Ore. — Henley High School has named Rod Husain its head girls soccer coach for next season after serving as the team’s interim coach last year. The Hornets girls program finished 14-4, earning a Skyline Conference co-championship with Mazama in Husain’s interim year. Henley lost to eventual state runner-up Sisters in the...
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