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OIT softball upset by Corban

SALEM, Ore. – Oregon Tech’s 13-game win streak was snapped, as Corban University swept a pair of Cascade Collegiate Conference softball games over the Owls, 8-5 & 7-2, Saturday at Warrior Field. Fifth-ranked Oregon Tech fell to 30-6 overall and 13-3 in CCC play. Meanwhile, Corban improves to 25-9 overall and 10-6 in Cascade...
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Timbers beaten in Los Angeles

CARSON, Calif. – A goal and an assist from forward Landon Donovan combined with late goals in the final minutes of the match by midfielders Juninho and David Beckham led the LA Galaxy to a 3-1 win over the Portland Timbers in front of 22,143 at The Home Depot Center on Saturday night. The...
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Gems add OIT’s Rogers

KLAMATH FALLS, Ore. — With the season less than six weeks away, the Klamath Falls Gems added another player to the roster – Oregon Tech catcher Dylan Rogers. Audio: Klamath Falls Gems general manager Chuck Heeman on signing of Rogers Klamath Falls Gems general manager Chuck Heeman Rogers will start on a 10-day contract...
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Mavs hold off Blazers comeback to win

PORTLAND, Ore. – The Dallas Mavericks built a big lead and then withstood the Portland Trail Blazers’ furious comeback attempt in the fourth quarter. Dirk Nowitzki had 24 points and nine rebounds, Delonte West added 21 points, seven assists and six rebounds, and Mavericks nearly lost a 24-point lead in a 97-94 win over Portland...
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Wallace registers a second-place finish

MONMOUTH, Ore. – Oregon’s younger competitors shone as the Ducks collected eight wins Friday night at the John Knight Twilight at McArthur Track. Former Henley high schooler and current UO junior Taylor Wallace led a 2-3-4 finish in the women’s 1,500 meters. Wallace crossed the line in 4:33.62, followed by freshmen Molly Grabill in...
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Mavericks-Trail Blazers Preview

The Dallas Mavericks are catching a huge break in their pursuit of a playoff spot on this critical road trip. The Mavericks have had plenty of trouble defending LaMarcus Aldridge over the last two seasons, but won’t have to deal with the injured Portland Trail Blazers star in Friday night’s matchup. Portland (28-31) announced...
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Lost River track and field places second in Bend

BEND, Ore. — Lost River’s 4 x 400 relay team won at Wednesday’s Summit junior varsity meet. Chava Cazarez, Frank Alonzo, Traegen Stradley and Cody Cox beat a Paisley quartet by 0.6 seconds. The Raiders finished second behind Summit on both the boys and girls sides. Stradley was second in the 400 meters, as...
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OIT soccer makes coaching change

KLAMATH FALLS, Ore. — Oregon Tech soccer will have a new coach next season. OIT coach Bryan Mueller was fired Thursday after seven seasons with the women’s program and four with the men’s program added in 2008. Mueller’s record was 87-102-12 with the two programs combined. Oregon Tech athletic director Michael Schell told
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Southern Oregon football hosts kids camps

As Southern Oregon University football continues spring practices, the team will host a series of Raider Kids Camps starting before this Saturday’s scrimmage in Medford at 2 p.m at Spiegelberg Stadium. The camp is open to kids from first to ninth grade, is an hour long and free, with the scrimmage beginning at 3...
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Arizona’s Kennedy wins another NL West start over Padres

SAN DIEGO – It was another routine night in the NL West for Ian Kennedy, which meant another victory for the Arizona Diamondbacks right-hander. Kennedy struck out nine in six innings to remain perfect for his career against San Diego, and Jason Kubel doubled in the go-ahead run in the sixth inning to send the...
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