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Outlook: While the Liberty boys swimming team lost some of its middle-tier swimmers, the Falcons' elite athletes are all back and looking for a huge season.
Twenty-two top high school wrestling teams from four states will hit the mats on Friday, Dec. 13, and Saturday, Dec. 14, in the annual Rose City Wrestling Championship at Westview High School.
Key Returnees: Junior Ellie Thornbrue ; junior Logan Meal ; Outlook: It's quite possible that no team in the Hillsboro area has a better chance at winning a state title than the Century girls swim team, which is expected to compete for as many as six individual state championships in the pool this winter.
Things just keep getting better for Cascade Christian swimmer Breanna Sapienza. The standout signed to compete at NCAA Division I Vanderbilt in November and travels to Greenboro, N.C., today to swim in the Short Course Winter Junior Nationals.
Recent playoff history: The Westview boys team finished in the middle of the road in the loaded Metro League but rallied to earn eighth place at the 6A state meet in Gresham.
The Central Catholic boys cross country team has stayed busy since winning the Class 6A state championship on Nov. 2. The Rams traveled to participate in a Nike Cross Nationals regional meet in Boise on Nov. 16, where they qualified for the national meet held at Portland Meadows on Dec. 7. The Nike Cross Nationals brought 22 of the top boys cross ... (more)
Nolan Bertain, Lincoln, boys basketball : The freshman wasn't in the starting lineup nor did he score after halftime, but he still ended up as the game's leading scorer in his high school debut.
The Olympians' outside hitter had 13 kills and four blocks in a 25-22, 25-13, 25-18 second-round playoff win over Lake Oswego, as Sprague earned a berth in the eight-team Class 6A state tournament.
The OSAA Executive Board approved moving the Class 4A/3A/2A/1A state tennis tournament to Oregon State University from its home of the past few years of University of Oregon.
Not long ago, a sixth-place finish at the state tournament would have been a tremendous result for the Banks volleyball program.
Oregon's governing body for high school athletics came down hard on Glencoe High School after 11 wrestlers admitted they tampered with their urine samples.
Baker opened its high school wrestling season Friday at the Woodfin Robinson Tournament, a 5-way dual event at Burns High School.
Metro League swimming is a pool-bound version of a minefield. There's danger everywhere and Jesuit's boys swim team can prove that as well as anyone.
The Oregonian's high school sports reporters and producers will be here from noon to 12:30 p.m. Tuesday to discuss the fall sports season -- which ended with Central Catholic winning the 6A football title Saturday -- and the winter sports season.