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Newport track hosts locals -- County teams post solid marks at Morrow Field

Modified: Friday, Apr 18th, 2014
The Newport Cubs played host to a majority of the county's track athletes on Tuesday as Taft, Siletz and Eddyville came to town for an all locals track meet at Newport High School. And while the Cubs were the biggest team present, they didn't have a monopoly on the top times.
"Looking at how our kids' marks have been
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Toledo fights back to crush Amity

Posted: Friday, Apr 18th, 2014
AMITY -- In the bottom of the first inning of Toledo's Wednesday night, non-league baseball contest against the Amity Warriors, things weren't looking good for the traveling Boomers. After stranding two in their half of the inning, the Boomers were down a run early when head coach Darrin Purdom came to the mound to take the ball from his
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Warriors edge out Lowell for first win

Posted: Friday, Apr 18th, 2014
SILETZ -- With every game they've played this year, the Siletz Warriors baseball club has continued to improve. Now, that progress is reflected in the win column.
The Warriors staged a three-run rally in the bottom of the sixth and held on to beat Lowell 5-4 at home Tuesday for the first win of the year.
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Taft baseball comes up short in loss to Philomath

Posted: Friday, Apr 18th, 2014
PHILOMATH -- The Taft Tigers looked to be in good shape to snap their two-game skid on Tuesday as they visited Philomath for the first of their conference series with the Warriors.
"We kept them down, a low-scoring game. They got two runs in the bottom of the seventh and one in the bottom of the ninth," head coach Dusty
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Cubs wipe out Stayton

Posted: Friday, Apr 18th, 2014
STAYTON -- The Newport Cubs pounced on Stayton early and mauled them through six innings before their last run cemented a 17-7 victory in the first baseball game of their Oregon West Conference on Tuesday.
The Cubs scored nine runs in the first inning, boosted by a two-run dinger from Jace Duty, and posted runs in every inning but
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Newport rallies to win -- Controversial call could not stop Cubs comeback against Cascade

Posted: Tuesday, Apr 15th, 2014
For the second time in a week, the Cubs were down through the closing stages of a baseball game against the Cascade Cougars. But two Newport players took matters in their own hands, and in but a few moments, the Cubs walked off victorious.
Luke Richcreek's two RBI double in the bottom of the sixth finally put the Cubs on
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Locals take second and third at Agate Beach

Posted: Tuesday, Apr 15th, 2014
NEWPORT -- Golf teams from Taft and Newport joined girls from throughout western Oregon in taking on Agate Beach Golf Course Monday, with the Tigers' squad taking second and Newport's just a bit back.
"We got third, which it right in the hunt when it gets down to when it counts," Newport head coach Mike Williams said. "Janie Kiyokawa
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Running for a good cause -- Annual 5K Spring Sprint supports Toledo’s Food Pantry

Posted: Tuesday, Apr 15th, 2014
TOLEDO -- Victor Merino enjoys running, so he goes where the race is. And on Saturday, it led him to Toledo on a sunny afternoon for the second annual 5K Spring Sprint.
Merino, of Newport, placed first with a time of 20:33.
Speed apparently runs in the family because coming in behind him was Jacobo Merino Dominguez with a
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Taft gets first loss at Stayton, 10-2

Posted: Tuesday, Apr 15th, 2014
STAYTON -- The Taft Tigers hadn't lost a game coming into last Thursday's tilt with the Stayton Eagles, but a bit of a hitting slump and some growing pains on the pitching mound conspired to undo their winning ways as the Tigers were handed a 10-2 defeat in Stayton, their first loss of the season.
"We went into a
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Toledo baseball takes down Lowell

Posted: Tuesday, Apr 15th, 2014
LOWELL -- Toledo Boomers head coach Darrin Purdom likes to focus on what his team is doing, as opposed to their opponents. So when his Boomers grabbed an 8-1 win at Lowell on Friday, Purdom was left hoping for a little more.
"It was one of those games where it was close to us really putting them away," he said.
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Small school, big numbers -- Four local track programs post excellent results in Waldport

Posted: Friday, Apr 11th, 2014
WALDPORT -- The county's four smaller high schools were all on hand for Tuesday's Pac-West/Tri-River meet at Waldport High School and showed that size of enrollment doesn't always equal speed.
On the girls side, Shoshawna McKinney and Sierra Gerttula of Toledo went 1-2 in the 100 meters, with Etasha Golden of Waldport taking third, Illeana Blacketer of Toledo coming
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Irish softball loses to Kennedy

Posted: Friday, Apr 11th, 2014
WALDPORT -- They got better as the game went on, but Waldport could not rally back from an early deficit in their 10-3 home softball loss to the Kennedy Trojans on Wednesday.
"The girls played well. This was a tough team. It was good to see them getting stronger as they were going," head coach Catherine Tardif said. "We had
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Waldport baseball hammers Kennedy Trojans in 11-3 win

Posted: Friday, Apr 11th, 2014
WALDPORT -- It's hard to say what the Kennedy Trojans were expecting when they got off the bus at Waldport High School on Wednesday for their baseball tilt with the Irish, but catcher Kraig Pruett had an inkling.
"They weren't expecting this at all," Pruett said of Waldport's 11-3 win, which knocked Kennedy out of a tie for first place
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Perez signs with SWOCC Soccer

Posted: Friday, Apr 11th, 2014
NEWPORT -- Jasmine Perez started her soccer career by helping to build Newport's girls soccer program from the ground up. But her career isn't ending here.
On Wednesday, Perez signed a letter of intent to join the women's soccer program at Southwestern Oregon Community College in Coos Bay. Perez is the first girl from Newport High to play college
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Paranto crushes three home runs for Cubs in softball win

Modified: Wednesday, Apr 9th, 2014
NEWPORT -- Earlier this year, Newport softball head coach Marc Schiewe said teams were starting to pitch around power hitting Cubs catcher Emma Paranto.
On Tuesday, the visiting Cascade Cougars did not pitch around Paranto, and they paid a heavy price.
Paranto hit three home runs and totaled 8 RBIs in Newport's 10-0 win in their league opener at Yaquina
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Toledo takes out Siletz -- Boomers ride one-hitter by Cross to victory

Posted: Wednesday, Apr 9th, 2014
TOLEDO -- At the beginning of the bottom of the fifth inning, with Toledo's baseball team holding a 5-0 lead on league opponent Siletz, Boomers skipper Darrin Purdom encouraged his team to finish the job.
"I challenge you to extend the lead," he said to his club before their turn at bat. "Put them away right here."
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Toledo softball falls to Delphian in shootout

Posted: Wednesday, Apr 9th, 2014
SHERIDAN -- Monday afternoon was tough for Toledo softball. Depleted by injuries and dampened by an unseasonably warm Willamette Valley afternoon, an 11-run offensive performance wasn't enough to hold off the Delphian Dragons, who posted 17 to take the win.
But the bats were working well for the Boomers, who scored in every inning but the second and hit
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Newport track tops in Junction City Invitational

Posted: Wednesday, Apr 9th, 2014
JUNCTION CITY -- With 14 teams from around Western Oregon, the Junction City Invitational is a big meet for early in the season. So Newport track and field head coach Kurt Hargett was understandably happy when his boys and girls teams were both victorious.
"There were a lot of good teams there, Philomath, Junction City, Sweet Home, Siuslaw were
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Newport still searching for football coach

Posted: Wednesday, Apr 9th, 2014
NEWPORT -- The search for the Newport Cubs' next football coach is officially underway.
Newport High School Athletic Director Wayne Spencer announced Monday that applications are now being accepted for the Cubs' top football job. Spencer said there was a "possibility of a teaching position associated, depending on certification." The vacancy was created when Kurt Hargett resigned last month. Newport's
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Cubs hold on against Tigers

Posted: Wednesday, Apr 9th, 2014
NEWPORT -- With a hot start and a cooling finish, Newport was able to secure a victory in its non-league baseball finale, beating the Tigers of Yamhill-Carlton 7-3 at Frank Wade Park last Friday.
It's not the finish skipper Ken Riley wanted.
"We played really well early on, we jumped on them. We lost a little bit of our
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