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Skyline All-Conference Boys Team

Congratulations to the following athletes on being recognized as members of the 2012 Skyline All Conference Teams in Boys Basketball: Boy’s Basketball Coach of the Year – Jeff Nelson, North Valley High School Player of the Year – Alex Young, Phoenix, Senior Point Guard First Team Alex Young, Phoenix, Senior Point Guard Kevin Brazille,...
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Henley girls win state hoops title

CORVALLIS, Ore. — The Henley Hornets did what no other team could in 28 tries – beat the Sutherlin Bulldogs girls basketball team. Henley’s 41-35 victory at Gill Coliseum Saturday claimed the OSAA 4A State Championship title. The championship is the third in school history and first title since 1991. The win was Henley’s...
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Oregon Tech to Final Four

POINT LOOKOUT, Mo. — Oregon Tech defeated Saint Francis 100-67 to advance to Monday’s Final Four at the NAIA Men’s Div. II National Basketball Tournament. More details, including video interviews with the Owls players and coaches, soon at MyBasin.com. In the meantime, visit the 960 the Sports Legend blog for a recap.
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Mazama girls hoops earns sixth place

CORVALLIS, Ore. — Mazama fell three points short of a fourth place finish, losing to top-ranked Madras 52-49 in the OSAA 4A Girls Basketball State Championship consolation final. A win would have given the Vikings its second straight fourth place trophy. Karena Foust led Mazama with 13 points, while LeAnn Valenta added 11 points...
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Henley girls to play for state title

CORVALLIS, Ore. — A first half lead dwindled for Henley’s girls basketball team before the Hornets rallied for a 40-37 overtime victory over Philomath and a trip to the state title game. Henley saw a 24-19 edge go away after scoring just nine points the entire second half. The Hornets made both of its...
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Oregon St. upsets top seed Washington

LOS ANGELES – After four years spent patiently rebuilding Oregon State’s program from its foundations, coach Craig Robinson is two wins away from forcing President Barack Obama to predict his brother-in-law’s fortunes in his NCAA tournament bracket. Robinson’s Beavers finally made their breakthrough Thursday, surviving missed free throws, blown leads and a spine-chilling finish to...
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Mazama girls in consolation championship

CORVALLIS, Ore. — The Mazama Vikings finished each half strong en route to a 57-48 victory over Cascade and will play for the OSAA 4A Girls Basketball State Championship consolation title on Saturday at Gill Coliseum. The Vikings outscored Cascade 32-17 in the second and fourth quarters combined to bounce back from Wednesday’s loss...
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Owls beat Lourdes at NAIAs

POINT LOOKOUT, Mo. — There was a unanimous decision on what decided Oregon Tech’s 58-49 victory over Lourdes University in the opening round of the NAIA Div. II Men’s Basketball Championship. The first five minutes proved crucial both teams acknowledged afterward, with neither team shooting well nor avoiding fouls. Soon on MyBasin.com: Interviews with Oregon...
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Banks exits Mazama from championship bracket

CORVALLIS, Ore. — The Mazama Vikings quest for a state title ended Wednesday when Banks won 44-33 in the OSAA 4A Girls Basketball State Championship quarterfinals. The loss moves Mazama to the consolation bracket Thursday morning, while Banks will play Friday for a chance to be in Saturday’s state championship game. Banks led 22-14...
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Henley to semis at OSAA girls hoops

CORVALLIS, Ore. — The Henley Hornets girls basketball team used a strong finish to win 43-37 over Tillamook at the OSAA 4A State Championship Wednesday. Henley advances to meet No. 8 Philomath on Friday at 1:30 PM in the state semifinals. The No. 4 Hornets used a 10-0 run to close out the game,...
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