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3 hrs ago | OregonLive.com
The Cougars completed their nonleague schedule with an 8-2 record by beating visiting Tualatin 3-0 on Friday.
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7 hrs ago | Statesman Journal
It was roughly the 254th tennis match between South Salem senior Collyn Erion and Sprague senior Scott Wheeler when they played in a dual meet Friday.
11 hrs ago | Portland Tribune
Portland is down 1-0 to Kelowna in their best-of-seven WHL West final, after falling 5-4 Friday at Kelowna.
15 hrs ago | Medford Mail Tribune
Eagle Point banged out 13 hits en route to a 16-3 six-inning nonconference softball victory over Crater on Friday.
19 hrs ago | OregonLive.com
Don't worry, Banks fans: Kindel Bailey has not been traded to Scappoose. Remarkably, Banks' Cowapa League rival just happens to have a player with the same name.
South Salem senior pitcher Katie Donovan is quietly putting together one of the most impressive seasons in Oregon softball history.
Oregon City diamondmen split in preseason play last week, handling McKay 5-0, but losing 12-1 in a game with Class 6A power Central Catholic.
The Southridge girls lacrosse team , hosting Metro League-leading Jesuit on Thursday night, gave the Crusaders a real run for their money in the first half.
Shelby Turner-Thurman pitched a complete game, Kendra Bailey delivered a two-run single, and Forest Grove held off the Tigers for a 3-1 victory Wednesday in Tigard.
In other words, the Sherwood High School track and field teams are off to a roaring start to the Northwest Oregon Conference season.
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.
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.