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After struggling to get its offense going throughout the early part of the season, the Tigard High School baseball team was able to find a way to get some impressive run production.
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La Salle Prep's softball team continued on fire last week, stretching its win string to nine games with wins over Madras , North Marion and Scappoose .
The skies were sunny, they were going against their spirited rivals and, as usual, the Tigers were motivated and ready to go.
To be honest, there doesn't look to be a lot of competition for Laura Taylor in the Class 6A girls pole vault ranks.
The Bowmen did just that on Tuesday, as they put a quality game together on their way to posting a 6-0 win over Sandy in a Northwest Oregon Conference game played at Sherwood.
Given a shot to strut her stuff as Sunset's No. 1 girls singles' player, Nicole Partch did not wane or waver.
A 2010 Forest Grove graduate, Brosig is a shortstop on the high-powered Linfield softball team.
All in all, last Wednesday turned out to be a pretty decent day for the Forest Grove track and field teams.
Crater put up quite a fight this week in the 32-team Easter Baseball Classic but the fifth-ranked Comets simply didn't have enough in the tank to finish things off Wednesday night.
When a competitor's athletic mortality is nearly taken from them, every subsequent victory should be celebrated to the fullest.
A slight glitch brought on by years of long jumping brings Marcille straight up out of his sprinter's stance immediately after pushing out of the blocks, and holds back the Beaverton racer for the first 50 meters of the race.
Shane Spiering earned his second complete-game win in the past week and freshman Jake Evans came through with a big pinch hit, helping Banks knock off visiting Seaside 7-2 on Wednesday.
BEAVERTON Only one team showed up at full strength when Jesuit and Lincoln , the top two teams in last year's 6A girls tennis state championships, locked up in a Metro League showdown Wednesday.
Wilsonville and Liberty met on Wednesday afternoon for a track and field dual meet at Wilsonvile High School where the Wildcats boys and girls teams swept the competition.
It's only late March, but the defending state runner-up Clackamas Cavaliers looked prepared to go another long postseason run.
As league play gets underway in the Pacific Conference and Northwest Oregon Conference, here's a look at the Hillsboro-area teams and player that are the rise, as well as a few teams who are seeing their stock take a hit.
Tinnell walked three and struck out four to pick up the win. Sprague scratched out single runs in the fourth and sixth innings.