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Maira Ramirez

Ramirez Returns to Lady Owls

KLAMATH FALLS, Ore.- Oregon Tech Head Women’s Basketball Coach Scott Meredith announced today the return of Maria Ramirez to the Lady Owls, only this time as an assistant coach. Ramirez, a 3-year starter, played for Oregon Tech from 2011-14. She was a member of the Lady Owl teams that won 72 games in 3...
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Patriots & Cheifs

Patriots got the humbling loss they probably needed

ESPN – FOXBOROUGH, Mass. — More than any sports franchise on American soil, the New England Patriots refuse to bask in the glories of their past. Bill Belichick won a record fifth Super Bowl title on a record comeback in February, and before he even boarded the plane heading home he was complaining he...
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OIT Volleyball

Lady Owls Drop 29th Straight to Southern Oregon

ASHLAND, Ore.—Southern Oregon University won its 29th straight head-to-head win against Oregon Tech on Wednesday, a 25-22, 25-22, 21-25, 25-14 decision at Mountain Avenue Gym. Sophomore right-side hitter Taylor Ristvedt’s career-high 18 kills led Southern Oregon. She did the damage on 39 swings and SOU’s other kills leader, Makayla Hoyt, had 12 on 21...
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Kansas City Chiefs v Oakland Raiders

Sebastian Janikowski agrees to new deal with Raiders

ESPN – OAKLAND, California -  Place-kicker Sebastian Janikowski and the Oakland Raiders have resolved their contractual differences, and he will remain with the team, sources told ESPN’s Adam Schefter on Wednesday night. Janikowski’s contract has been reworked and it’s no longer an issue, the sources said. On Tuesday, Janikowski, the Raiders’ longest-tenured player, was guaranteed...
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OIT M. Soccer

Men’s Soccer Game re-scheduled for September 5th

KLAMATH FALLS, Ore. – Sunday’s men’s soccer match between Oregon Tech and Bethesda University that was cancelled due to very unhealthy air quality in the Klamath Basin has now been re-scheduled for Tuesday, September 5 at 1:00 pm at the Oregon Tech Soccer Field.
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JJ Watt

J.J. Watt’s fundraiser for Houston passes $17M in donations

ESPN – HOUSTON, Texas – J.J. Watt started an online fundraiser Sunday to aid victims of Hurricane Harvey with a modest goal of $200,000. On Friday, the amount donated surpassed his updated goal of $17 million. His new goal: $20 million. Watt tweeted as the outpouring of support surpassed the $14 million mark, thanking...
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OSU vs. PS

Oregon State defeats Portland State 35-32

CORVALLIS, Oregon – OSU got its first win of the season, a 35-32 survival effort against valiant Portland State on Saturday at Reser Stadium. After OSU took a three point lead on a touchdown pass to Hodgins with 1:08 left, but the Vikings drove into field goal range. Vikings Freshman kicker Graycen Kennedy was...
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Injuries

The biggest injuries of the NFL preseason

ESPN – We’ve been tracking significant preseason injuries all summer, starting with Week 1 and including Week 2 and Week 3. Because the NFL’s most notable players were safely tucked away in Week 4, let’s use this opportunity to review the top 10 (or so) injuries since the start of training camp — and examine their longer-term implications. Late-breaking...
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Southern Oregon

Eastern Oregon at Southern Oregon Game Moved to Sherwood High School due to Poor Air Quality

SHERWOOD, Oregon – The Eastern Oregon at Southern Oregon has been moved from Ashland to Sherwood, Oregon, officials announced Thursday morning. The game will be played at Sherwood High School’s field at 6 p.m. on Saturday evening. The highly touted matchup was originally scheduled for Thursday at 6 p.m. at Southern Oregon, but was...
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Texans

Texans return to Houston, hope to help with flood relief right away

ESPN – FRISCO, Texas — On Wednesday evening, the Houston Texans arrived at NRG Stadium after a week on the road. The team arrived by bus from the Dallas area, where the Texans had been since they flew in from New Orleans early Sunday morning following Saturday’s preseason loss to the Saints. Now that...
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