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Tanner Sanders, shown above playing quarterback at Crescent Valley High School, moved to wide receiver with the Beavers.
Benson football coach Anthony Stoudamire wasn't even sure if the Techmen would have a varsity team in 2014 as Portland Public Schools re-evaluated the current state of its athletic programs.
Football: Sunset QB Willy Pflug commits to Montana Football: Central braces for challenge of moving up to 5A Runners World writes about the South Eugene track program, which is stirring memories of its glory days in the 1970s Football: Mountain View QB Caleb Tatum aims for 5A title Volleyball: New Milwaukie coach Heather Denison will try to breathe ... (more)
Parkrose' s Andre Johnson already has dates circled on his proverbial football calendar.
After nearly eight months of waiting, the St. Helens boys will finally have a head coach for their soccer program, and just in time: practices start next week.
It's a humbling sport that cuts down the topflight, the talented, the selected. Hitters who cobble together a hit every three at-bats are considered supreme.
But Milwaukie first-year head coach Matt Prenger is hopeful that will change, as he works to build on the foundation that former head coach Kelly Hyde established over the last six seasons.
It's been more than 20 years since Milwaukie High School has had a winning program in volleyball.
Oregon City is hosting the OIBA State High School Championship Baseball Tournament this week at the high school varsity and junior varsity baseball fields.
Careers in athletics will invariably end for everyone at some point, but there are those whose work ethic, talent and skill are enough to extend their time as sport stars in the world of collegiate competition.
Urbach, a Sherwood High School junior-to-be, had what could be called a prize-winning performance of his own, as he gave up just one unearned run over six and two-thirds innings of work, pitching the Bowmen to a 2-1 win over Clackamas in the losers' bracket final of the Oregon Independent Baseball Association season-ending tournament, held Saturday ... (more)
The website's rankings, which were calculated for each state, gave high school athletic programs points for winning and participating in state championship games or matches.
Updated: Tue Aug 19, 2014 04:02 pm
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