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Paul girls track & field team won the Casco/Valley-10 District Championship Saturday at Portland Christian High School.
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Crook County was second with 137-1/2 points, while Ontario had 113-1/2 in third place - one-half point ahead of Baker.
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La Grande's Josh Gambill dives back to first base during the Tigers' 6-5, play-in loss to South Umpqua Friday at Optimist Field.
The Summit girls golf team celebrates its state title on Tuesday at Quail Valley Golf Course in Banks.
Already crowned as a Metro League Champion in 2011, Aloha softball pitcher Kiana Wood wanted one more Metro banner, another starry footnote on her already sparkling resume.
The Liberty Falcons got off to an ominous start after a brief rain delay to the start of their play-in game with the Springfield Millers Friday at the Hamlin Sports Complex in Springfield.
Before she bombards down the long jump runway, Searle feeds off the crowd's energy no matter if it's a smaller dual meet such as the Skyhawks' encounter with Beaverton last Wednesday or the 6A State Championships at Hayward Field.
Last Saturday, on the final day of the Pacific Conference tennis tournament, Century pushed three singles players through the semifinal round and emerged with boys and girls champions in Tommy Edwards and Eka Essien, respectively, and girls runner-up Neyen Essien.
Baker will send eight competitors to the Class 4A state track and field meet Friday and Saturday at Hayward Field on the University of Oregon campus in Eugene.
WHAT: For the first time since the OSAA adopted power rankings in 2011, the No. 1 overall seed in Class 6A baseball and softball is the same school, North Medford High.
EUGENE With the past three girls singles champions from the Class 4A/3A/2A/1A tennis state tournament in this year's field, it could have been a daunting situation for a freshman.
That perfection ended Wednesday when the Lady Prospectors defeated Elgin/Imbler for the first time this season, 7-4, in the first round of the district playoffs.
The St. Helens Lady Lions sealed second place in the Northwest Oregon Conference with a 3-0 no-hitter against Parkrose, and then topped No.
Phoenix pitcher Meranda Zanni was so dominant in a Class 4A softball play-in game against Brookings-Harbor on Thursday, her teammates were getting bored.
WHAT: Has the third best time in the state for Class 6A 800-meter runners with a clocking of 1:54.77, which he achieved in the Meet of Champions in Sacramento, Calif.