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5 hrs ago | OregonLive.com
Feb. 26, 2014 -- Sunset's Mikey Fey leaps into the Apollos crowd following his team's 54-42 win over Jesuit at Sunset High School on Wednesday, Feb. 26. Miles Vance/Beaverton Leader National Night Out: National Night Out is coming up Tuesday, August 5. Sponsored by the Beaverton Police Department and National Association of Town Watch , the event ... (more)
9 hrs ago | OregonLive.com
After two years as head coach and another half decade as an assistant, Sunset baseball coach Danny Adams has decided to call it quits.
13 hrs ago | OregonLive.com
Voting continues today in the Round of 32 in our quest to name Oregon's Greatest Athlete of All Time.
14 hrs ago | Medford Mail Tribune
The names may have changed but the summertime results have certainly remained the same recently for the Central Point Comets.
Voting begins today in the Round of 32 in our quest to name Oregon's Greatest Athlete of All Time.
With the sun once again bearing down following days of rain and clouds , Lake Oswego's Northwest Realty Group knew it had to strike while the iron was hot.
The Vanderbilt University baseball team is the NCAA baseball champion today, and it is doubtful they would have made it without Tyler Campbell of Lake Oswego.
Jeff Thomas had plenty of reasons not to become the North Medford girls soccer head coach for the coming season.
And, if the team's best-of-three playoff series with neighboring Sherwood is any indication, then that strategy is working out just fine.
Tigard, despite playing well throughout, was edged 3-1 by West Linn in a first-round game of the OIBA Tournament, played Tuesday at West Linn High School.
But, when its back is against the wall as it was against Sunset in the first round of the OIBA state tournament, Beaverton's fail-safe defense and pitching never seemed to flounder.
It's probably been nothing compared to that of quarterback Sean Mannion as he prepares for his senior season at Oregon State.
Readers voted Monday and Tuesday in our quest to name Oregon's Greatest Athlete of All Time, and the voting continues today with the Thunderegg Regional.
You wouldn't think a baseball player who stands 6-foot-5 and 220 pounds could be considered an afterthought, but that was the early summer story for Nathan Etheridge of Grants Pass.
Nine of the 11 had never played baseball before this year. They'd played T-Ball together, but this was their first experience in baseball.
Updated: Wed Jul 30, 2014 03:53 pm
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