Beavs In Spain: A Long Travel Day to Start Things Off

BARCELONA, Spain – Unless you like reading about people sitting on a bus, waiting in an airport or sleeping on a plane, the first blog about the Oregon State men’s basketball trip to Spain won’t excite you much. The most important note — everyone made it safely. The coaches, student-athletes and support staff boarded...
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Lady Owls Soccer

Lady Owls Picked 10th in CCC Coaches’ Pre-Season Poll

LA GRANDE, Ore. – After finishing 10th in the CCC standing last year, the Oregon Tech women were picked 10th in the Cascade Conference Pre-Season Coaches’ Poll released today by the conference office. With back to back championships under their belt, the Carroll College women’s soccer program has earned the top spot in the...
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49ers defensive end Aaron Lynch leaves practice with apparent injury

ESPN, SANTA CLARA, Calif. – San Francisco 49ers defensive end Aaron Lynch had a big preseason debut against the Kansas City Chiefs on Friday, finishing with two sacks and a pass batted at the line. Whatever momentum he gained from that outing might have slowed a bit Monday when Lynch left practice with an...
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Klamath Fall’s Brian Morley Named Co-Most Valuable Player

Golden State Collegiate Baseball League – No one stood out more offensively Brian Morley of the Klamath Falls Gems and Scott Licthy of Top Speed Baseball this summer. Because of their success on the field, the duo has earned Co-Most Valuable Player in the Golden State Collegiate Baseball League. It was a season to remember for Klamath Falls outfielder Brian Morley. The slugger hit...
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Medford Mustangs Make History In State Title Win

Klamath Falls, Ore. – The Medford Mustangs achieved something never done before. They won their fourth straight American Legion AAA Baseball. The Mustangs came from behind to win the game over Dallas on Sunday in 10 innings. The Final Score: Medford 11, Dallas 9.
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Former Oregon Tech Athletic Director Howard Morris Passes Away

KLAMATH FALLS, Ore. – Former Oregon Tech Athletic Director and Head Coach Howard Morris passed away at his home in Klamath Falls on Monday surrounded by family and friends. He was 81.  Morris began his wrestling and football coaching career at Tigard High School in 1958 before taking over the head coaching job at Oregon Tech...
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Gems Fall To The Gulls

Pacifica, California – The Gems faced off against the San Francisco Seagulls in the first game of the series down in San Francisco. Matthew Daugherty was the starting pitcher for the Gems, and RJ Hanson started on the mound for the Seagulls in this evenings action. The Seagulls got an early lead, but the...
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Gems Fall To Top Speed 9 – 1

Klamath Falls, Oregon – Today was the final game of the four game series between the Gems and Top Speed, as Top speed was looking to win this game and go for the series sweep. Matthew Daugherty was the games starting pitcher for the Gems, as he came into the game with a record...
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Oregon State baseball

Beavers Season Comes To An End

OMAHA, Neb. – Oregon State’s historic 2017 season came to a close Saturday afternoon, as the Beavers fell to LSU 6-1 in an elimination game at the College World Series in Omaha, Nebraska. The Beavers end the season with a record of 56-6, the best mark in program history. Oregon State’s season-ending winning percentage of .903 is...
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Henley softball

Henley Girls Softball State Champs

Keizer, Ore. – The Henley High School Girls Softball team are the 4A State Champions after beating Crook County on Saturday afternoon, 8-6. The score see-sawed back and forth before the final out. The Hornets finished the season perfect, going 30-0.
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