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Tulelake falls in semis; Triad starts today

REDDING, Calif. – Max Crawford scored 19 points, but Tulelake lost 64-49 at Liberty Christian in Wednesday night’s NSCIF Div. V boys basketball semifinals. Zac Idrogo added 17 points for the Honkers, which fell behind 18-5 in the early going. Liberty Christian advances to Saturday’s sectional title game against Durham in a match-up of top...
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Gutierrez back in Seattle with pectoral injury

PEORIA, Ariz. – Seattle Mariners center fielder Franklin Gutierrez will miss at least four weeks and likely longer after sustaining a partial tear of his right pectoral muscle. Gutierrez was injured Tuesday while making a throw from the outfield during a drill. He flew to Seattle on Wednesday and, after an MRI and a meeting...
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Nuggets 104, Trail Blazers 95

DENVER – Ty Lawson’s return to the lineup was just what the ailing Denver Nuggets needed. There’s more relief right around the corner, too. Lawson had 18 points and nine assists, Kenneth Faried scored 13 points and grabbed 10 rebounds and the Denver Nuggets beat the Portland Trail Blazers 104-95 on Wednesday night. Timofey Mozgov...
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OIT softball at William Jessup cancelled

KLAMATH FALLS, Ore. – Due to poor weather and field conditions in the Sacramento area, the Oregon Tech softball team was notified today that Thursday’s doubleheader at William Jessup University, the start of a six-game road swing thru California, has been cancelled. No make-up game has been scheduled Oregon Tech is scheduled to play...
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Tulelake tries to take out No. 1

The Tulelake Honkers boys basketball team is at top-seeded Liberty Christian in the semifinals of the NSCIF Division V Championships Wednesday night. The fifth-seeded Honkers have already won two postseason games by an average of 20-plus points and now have to beat the No. 1 team. Audio: Tulelake boys basketball head coach Shawn Cross...
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Owls beat Northwest; await NAIA seed

KLAMATH FALLS, Ore. — The Oregon Tech Owls men’s basketball team won a back-and-forth battle with Northwest 77-71 to claim the Cascade Conference title and a better seed in next week’s NAIA Div. II Men’s Basketball Championship. Each team held at least an eight point lead, there was seven lead changes and five ties....
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Trail Blazers-Nuggets Preview

The Portland Trail Blazers and Denver Nuggets are both eager to open the second half of the season after disappointing finishes to the first. For the Trail Blazers to come out of the All-Star break on a positive note, they’ll need to put an end to years of frustration in Denver. Playing for the...
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Bobby Hunter

OIT’s Hunter conference’s top player

LA GRANDE, Ore. – Oregon Tech freshman guard Bobby Hunter is the new Cascade Conference Player of the Year, voted to the honor by the league’s coaches on Monday. In addition, Hunter earned the Newcomer of the Year award. Audio: Newly named CCC Player of the Year Bobby Hunter Danny Miles is in his 41st...
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Owls honored on the diamond

LA GRANDE, Ore. — Oregon Tech sophomore Ryan Hayden was the Cascade Conference baseball player of the week for his four extra base hits and eight RBI performance this week. The Owls beat Puget Sound twice at the Northwest Challenge in Portland and are now 6-10 on the year. Fellow sophomore Morgan Barnes was selected...
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Karissa Dixon

Dixon an All-CCC selection

LA GRANDE, Ore. – Sophomore guard Karissa Dixon of the Oregon Tech Lady Owls basketball team was announced as an All-CCC selection Monday, helping OIT to a 20-plus win season in which she averaged 12 points per game and over 40 percent shooting from three-point range. Senior teammate Aundrea Albright was an honorable mention receipient....
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