Follow the Owls trip to Branson

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Encore Goofing Around at Lunch Mar. 5

As we prepare for Goofing Around from Branson, all week from the NAIA Div. II Men’s Basketball Championship, there will be an encore of last Friday’s Goofing Around at Lunch on 960 the Sports Legend. We talk with Andre Smith, the head coach of Oregon Tech’s first round opponent, Lourdes University (Ohio), plus Mazama...
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Newport eliminates Mazama boys

NEWPORT, Ore. — The Mazama Vikings boys basketball team couldn’t punch its ticket to the OSAA 4A State Championship final site tournament, losing at Newport 73-60 Saturday night. The loss ended the Vikings postseason, which began with a win to surpass regular season No. 3 Skyline finisher Klamath Union to claim the same spot...
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Love has 42 points as Wolves prevail over Blazers

PORTLAND, Ore. — While there was certainly some pride at play in the way Kevin Love attacked the team he grew up watching, more than anything he just wanted the Timberwolves to win one against the Portland Trail Blazers.   Love, who grew up just south of the Rose Garden in Lake Oswego, had...
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Mazama, Henley on to state

KLAMATH FALLS, Ore. — Henley and Mazama each won in Friday’s opening round of the OSAA 4A Girls Basketball State Championship. Henley beat La Grande 67-51 to advance to next week’s final site tournament in Corvallis at Gill Coliseum. Mazama also won, beating Crook County 64-38. The Vikings are returning to Oregon State University...
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Shortened spring forces Mariners to adjust

PEORIA, Ariz. – This hasn’t been a typical spring for the Seattle Mariners, who got off to an early start and have worked through a condensed schedule as they prepare to open the regular season in Japan. They crammed four intrasquad games into five days this week to try to give players as much game...
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Pac-12 Hoops: Oregon St. 77, Utah 67

CORVALLIS, Ore. – Jared Cunningham had 17 points and six assists, Joe Burton added 13 points and seven rebounds, and Oregon State snapped a five-game losing streak with a 77-67 win over Utah on Thursday night. Ahmad Starks added 13 points for the Beavers (16-13, 6-11 Pac-12), who boosted their hopes of posting a winning...
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Pac-12 Hoops: Oregon 90, Colorado 81

EUGENE, Ore. – Devoe Joseph scored 24 points and Garrett Sim 19 for Oregon in a 90-81 victory against Colorado on Thursday night. Carlos Emory added 14 points for the Ducks (21-8, 12-5 Pac-12), who shot 61.5 percent in the second half to overcome a 41-36 deficit at halftime.
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LeBron, Wade step up vs Blazers

PORTLAND, Ore. – Looking ahead to the prospect of facing the Trail Blazers without Chris Bosh, Heat coach Eric Spoelstra told LeBron James he was going to need a ”Magic Johnson-type” night from him. James delivered. The Miami star scored 38 points and grabbed 11 rebounds, and added six assists and five steals, to lead...
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Triad loses in OSAA quarterfinals

BAKER CITY, Ore. — A strong third quarter propelled Horizon Christian past the Triad Timberwolves 75-59 in the OSAA 1A Boys Basketball State Championship quarterfinals Thursday, ending Triad’s attempt at back-to-back state title game appearances. The Horizon Christian Hawks (26-4) outscored Triad 21-10 in the third period to build a 60-41 lead entering the...
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