Oregon tops in women’s track & field poll

NEW ORLEANS — The University of Oregon women’s track & field team is ranked number one in Tuesday’s National Computer Team Rankings released by the U.S. Track & Field and Cross Country Coaches Association (USTEFCCCA). Oregon earned 197.22 points in the poll, nearly 50 better than second-ranked Louisiana State.  Arkansas, Clemson and Texas round out the...
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Giants sign Lincecum to two-year deal

SAN FRANCISCO, Calif. — Right-hander Tim Lincecum agreed to a two-year, $40.5 million contract with the Giants on Tuesday, bringing closure to an arbitration case that was a source of fascination around the game. CASH COWS See which MLB stars earn the highest annual salaries, who’s in the $150 million club and who makes...
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HS Basketball: Tuesday preview; Tulelake hosts Surprise Valley

TULELAKE, Calif. — With the Skyline Conference getting the night off before it starts the second half of the league schedule Friday, the small classification schools are in the spotlight Tuesday. It begins with the Tulelake Honkers, where the varsity teams are a combined 27-8. Surprise Valley visits tonight with the girls varsity game...
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Mariners deal Pineda to Yankees

SEATTLE, Wash. — The Seattle Mariners have sent All-Star pitcher Michael Pineda to the New York Yankees, completing a four-player trade on Monday. Jesus Montero is the headline player coming back to Seattle in the exchange. Audio: Seattle General Manager Jack Zduriencik The whole deal includes 19-year-old pitching prospect Jose Campos to New York with...
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Blazers win at home; host red hot Grizzlies tonight

PORTLAND, Ore. – There’s no place like home. It felt like that last night at the Rose Garden, with the Portland Trail Blazers returning home for the first time since Jan. 11 and getting a 101-89 win over Sacramento. Jamal Crawford put in a season-high 26 points, with Gerald Wallace contributing 20 points. The Blazers...
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Oregon Tech is NAIA’s new No. 1

KANSAS CITY, Mo. — After sweeping the weekend against College of Idaho and Eastern Oregon, the Oregon Tech Hustin’ Owls are the new No. 1 in the NAIA Div. II Men’s Basketball rankings released Monday. From the NAIA release Oregon Tech notched its first No. 1 ranking since 2009 as the Hustlin’ Owls moved...
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HS Basketball: Weekend scores

KLAMATH FALLS, Ore. — The Henley girls are atop the Skyline Conference following its Friday win over Mazama.  Here are Basin-area scores from the weekend. FridayBoysNorth Valley 60, Klamath Union 39Phoenix 60, Hidden Valley 44Mazama 56, Henley 45Hosanna Christian 58, Butte Falls 46Triad 61, Paisley 40Lost River 56, Bonanza 46Rogue River 76, Chiloquin 60Cascade...
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Oregon Tech basketball Sunday recap

KLAMATH FALLS, Ore. — In a rare Sunday Cascade Conference doubleheader, the Oregon Tech Owls split hosting Eastern Oregon. Mike Garrard and Bobby Thompson recap Sunday’s games. Audio: Mike Garrard and Bobby Thompson
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No. 2 Hustin’ Owls maintain CCC pace

KLAMATH FALLS, Ore. — Oregon Tech jumped on visiting College of Idaho early and rode momentum for a 64-46 Cascade Conference victory Saturday at Danny Miles Court as part of OIT’s 2012 Pink Out. Despite an odd week, with No. 2 OIT’s first game played on Saturday with the postponement of Friday’s contest versus...
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Oregon Tech women lose first home game

KLAMATH FALLS, Ore. — The Oregon Tech Lady Owls may have been feeling déjà vu with its second game against the College of Idaho Saturday night, as the road team Coyotes left Danny Miles Court with a 63-54 victory over the conference leaders on 2012 Pink Out night. The win was reminiscent of OIT’s 68-42 loss in...
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