Beavers take opening baseball series

SANTA BARBARA, Calif. – Michael Conforto hit a three-run home run overall in Oregon State’s five-run sixth inning to give the 23rd-ranked Beavers an 8-6 win over UC Santa Barbara Sunday at Caesar Uyesaka Stadium. The win followed a 13-12 loss in 12 innings to the Gauchos, which was completed Sunday after stopping in...
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HS Final: Skyline seeds set, MVL champs

KLAMATH FALLS, Ore. — Conference touranments wrapped up Saturday night with the 4A Skyline Conference, 2A Southern Cascade League and 1A Mountain Valley all determining seeds into state playoffs. Skyline Conference Boys: Mazama 56, Klamath Union 44 After scoring the game’s first basket, Mazama did not lead again until less than 30 seconds remaining...
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Henley girls win swimming state title

GRESHAM, Ore. — Winning two team relays and an individual event, the Henley Hornets girls swimming team won the 2012 OSAA State Championships title Saturday at Mount Hood Community College. Henley scored 58 team points, topping La Grande’s 44 points. Madras, North Bend and Valley Catholic rounded out the top five. Mazama finished 16th....
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No. 1 OIT upset at Corban

SALEM, Ore. — For the second time this season, the Oregon Tech men’s basketball team lost the same week it was voted No. 1 in the NAIA Division II Men’s Basketball Top 25 Coaches’ Poll, falling at Corban 90-79 Saturday night. Corban shot 56-percent from the floor, making eight three-pointers to win the game....
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Oregon Tech softball wins twice

PORTLAND, Ore. – Oregon Tech pitcher Taylor Schmidt struck out five and drove in a run in a 4-3 victory over University British Columbia in game 1, while the Owls used a grand slam and three two-run shots in the nightcap to overwhelm Willamette 15-8 in game 2 today in day 1 of the...
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NSCIF: Tulelake boys earn No. 5 seed

CHICO, Calif. — The Northern Section California Interscholastic Federation announced the brackets for the 2012 NSCIF/Les Schwab Basketball Championships, with the Tulelake Honkers boys basketball team earning the No. 5 seed in the Division V bracket. The Honkers will host No. 12 Los Molinos on Wednesday to open up the four-round, 16- team sectional tournament....
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MVL: Triad advances over Hosanna

KLAMATH FALLS, Ore. — In a league where the top three tournament seeds went 6-6 against one another in the regular season, it shouldn’t be a surprise that Friday’s match-up between the No. 2 Triad Timberwolves and No. 3 Hosanna Christian Lions was so back-and-forth. Exchanging the lead six times, in a game with...
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Hustlin’ Owls fly past Beacons

EUGENE, Ore. – Oregon Tech, the top ranked team in the NAIA, clinched at least a share of the Cascade Collegiate Conference regular season crown for the fifth time in the last six seasons by knocking off Northwest Christian, 80-66 in the Morse Event Center. It was the Beacons that had an early advantage,...
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MVL: Gilchrist defeats Butte Falls girls

KLAMATH FALLS, Ore. — Junior Ashley James scored 18 points to lead Gilchrist past Butte Falls 35-25 in the first game of the Mountain Valley playoffs at Oregon Tech’s Danny Miles Court. Shawna Creech scored 14 points to lead Butte Falls. Gilchrist advances to Saturday play versus the loser of Friday’s Paisley-Triad game. The...
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HS Hoops: Henley-Mazama for title; 2A/1A playoffs

PHOENIX, Ore. — The Skyline Conference playoffs resumed Thursday night with four semifinals between the girls and boys. Boys: Phoenix 70, Klamath Union 53 Klamath Union’s boys visited No. 2 seed Phoenix, trying to beat the Pirates for the first time in three tries. Phoenix senior Tyler Dungannon went off again offensively. Audio: 960...
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