Pac-12 teams preparing for big changes come fall

David Shaw noticed it everywhere he walked on the Stanford campus this spring. Since Andrew Luck was drafted No. 1 overall by the Indianapolis Colts, the buzz surrounding football has faded. Getting students – and even his players – focused on the future has been a challenge with so much of the attention revolving...
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KU's David Lily (right) and Henley's Gunnard Lindsey play the final hole at Monday's Skyline Conference boys golf tournament

High School Round-Up: KU boys post season best

KLAMATH FALLS, Ore. — The Klamath Union boys golf team is in second place at the Skyline Conference tournament’s first day. The Pelicans trail leader North Valley by 15 strokes entering today’s final round in Grants Pass. Audio: Klamath Union boys golf’s Kyle Wolfram Wolfram posted a team-best 83, finishing the day fifth individually,...
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April Charter Student Athletes announced

KLAMATH FALLS, Ore. – 960 the Sports Legend and Charter are proud to announce the Charter Student Athletes of the Month with the selection of winners from April 2012. Henley’s Kaitlin Collom and Triad’s Gabe Ovgard were selected and will receive a prize package and an invitation to appear on the Basin’s live, local...
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High School Round-Up: Henley softball rolling

MERLIN, Ore. — The Klamath Union Pelicans held a one-game lead in the Skyline Conference baseball standings entering Saturday’s doubleheader with second-place North Valley. The Pelicans left the same way, following up a 1-0 defeat with a 2-0 victory. The win moved KU to 10-2 in the Skyline Conference season with three games left...
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NAIA OIT Champs Softball

OIT earns chance to repeat

KLAMATH FALLS, Ore. — Oregon Tech softball will defend its 2011 national championship. The Owls fell behind early, but fought back against Corban in game 2 of the Cascade Collegiate Conference championship series, winning 9-7 and sweeping the three-game series. Now, OIT will start pool play at the NAIA national tournament next week. Jess Plummer,...
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Theisen smashes Pac-12 heptathlon record

EUGENE, Ore. – Brianne Theisen broke the Pac-12 record in the heptathlon with the third-best score in NCAA history to lead Oregon at the Pac-12 combined events championships Sunday at Hayward Field. Dakotah Keys followed that later with a win for the Ducks in the decathlon. “Brianne did a fantastic job and I am...
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Klamath Union keeps Skyline lead

MERLIN, Ore. — After losing the opener 1-0, the Klamath Union Pelicans used two first inning runs to defeat the North Valley Knights 2-0, splitting the doubleheader at North Valley High School and preserving a one-game lead in the Skyline Conference. The Pelicans are bidding for their first conference baseball title since 1990. In...
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Fry successful, Beavers down No. 12 Stanford

CORVALLIS, Ore. – Jace Fry likes pitching at Goss Stadium, to say the least. The freshman limited No. 12 Stanford to five hits and two runs in a complete-game effort Saturday as the Beavers defeated the Cardinal, 4-2, in the second game of a three-game series at Goss Stadium. Fry held the Cardinal scoreless...
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OSU baseball falls in series opener to No. 12 Stanford

CORVALLIS, Ore. – Max Gordon collected three hits to lead Oregon State but the Beavers, who held a late lead, could not hold on in an 8-2 loss to No. 12 Stanford Friday night at Goss Stadium. Gordon singled three times to set a season-high, and scored the Beavers’ first run of the game...
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Owls win opener of CCC championship

KLAMATH FALLS, Ore. – Oregon Tech used a three-run homerun from Melissa Logan and a grand slam homerun from Shauna Collins to power its way to a 9-3 win over No. 19 Corban in game 1 of the best of three Cascade Collegiate Conference Tournament championship series. Game 2 is scheduled for noon Saturday...
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