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Youth to lead Boomers

Posted: Thursday, Nov 20th, 2014
TOLEDO -- Following a difficult season in an extremely competitive league, the Lady Boomers basketball squad is geared up and ready to impress during the 2014-2015 season.
Under the tutelage of second year Head Coach Robert McAfee, Toledo will look to overcome its inexperience and improve on its 2-19 record from last season as it moves into the Sunset
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See focused on incredible feat

Posted: Thursday, Nov 20th, 2014
NEWPORT -- Zoe See has been breaking down barriers her entire life, both metaphorically and literally.
The 13-year-old's passion for martial arts, Kenpo Karate specifically, has already helped her to put together a long list of achievements, including becoming the youngest first junior black belt in Lincoln County at 10 years old, and the youngest second-degree black belt at
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1A all-conference selections announced

Posted: Thursday, Nov 20th, 2014
SILETZ -- Mountain West League all-conference selections were announced recently, and a number of Warriors made the cut.
The Siletz Valley volleyball team, who made it to the first round of the playoffs for the first time in school history, received five selections.
Senior Misti Warren and junior Lexi Metcalf each earned all-conference second team honors, while teammate
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Pacific Equestrian Club awards dinner set

Posted: Thursday, Nov 20th, 2014
Pacific Equestrian Club will be holding the club's annual awards dinner on Dec. 6 at the Olalla Golf Course at 4:30 p.m. The public is invited to attend. Dinner is $8 per person, and children under nine years of age are free.
Pacific Equestrian Club is a family oriented, nonprofit club offering children and adults
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Lady Tigers ready to battle

Posted: Tuesday, Nov 18th, 2014
LINCOLN CITY -- Monday officially marked the opening of the winter athletic season, as squads were finally allowed to participate in team practices.
It is still two weeks before live competition gets started, and the Taft girl's basketball team will be hard at work preparing for opening day.
Under the direction of fifth-year Head Coach Daniel Mock, the
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Strong third year is expected for local event

Posted: Tuesday, Nov 18th, 2014
NEWPORT -- Good news for anyone looking to burn some calories before a big Thanksgiving meal, as the third annual Newport Turkey Trot is just around the corner.
Starting at 9 a.m. on Thursday, Nov. 27, the Turkey Trot includes three races, a 5K walk/run, a 10K run, and a 15K run.
The event is put on by
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Turkey shoot set for Saturday

Posted: Tuesday, Nov 18th, 2014
SILETZ -- Gunners will be aiming for turkeys and hams Saturday, Nov. 22, during the annual Turkey Shoot at the Big Timber Rifle and Pistol Club.
The event is open to all shooters, who will fire at steel targets at 200, 100 and 50 yards. All types of firearms -- scoped rifles, iron sights and handguns -- are acceptable, said
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Taft athletes receive high honors

Posted: Tuesday, Nov 18th, 2014
LINCOLN CITY -- Recently, the 3A West Valley League all-conference recipients were announced, and a number of Taft athletes made the list.
All sports were recognized in the Tigers first year in their new conference, and a few players received top honors.
The Taft volleyball squad did not receive any first or second team selections, however, Katie McCardell
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Exploring Cape Perpetua

Modified: Thursday, Nov 13th, 2014
The sign leading into the St. Perpetua Trail at the Cape Perpetua Scenic Area said
"Difficult but Worth It."
It made me a little nervous, looking at the warning while I was extremely bundled up on a very chilly Wednesday afternoon.
My wife and I had decided to take on the hike after we visited the nearby Devils Churn
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Experience returns for Boomers

Modified: Thursday, Nov 13th, 2014

TOLEDO -- Entering the 2014-2015 season, expectations are high for the Toledo boy's basketball squad.
Under the instruction of first year Head Coach Eddie Townsend, and with the Boomers returning seven seniors, including first team all-state selection and Tri-River Conference player of the year David Ammons, the sky is the limit.
"The expectations the team has established
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Eagle boys ready to mature

Posted: Thursday, Nov 13th, 2014
EDDYVILLE -- Entering its second year as a resurrected program, the Eddyville boy's basketball team will look to make major strides forward.
Following a difficult first season back in the Mountain West League, the Eagles, behind Head Coach Mike Ulstad, will look to use experience and preparation to compete this season.
"Expectations for this year are to show
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2A all-conference selections announced

Posted: Thursday, Nov 13th, 2014
Earlier this week, the Sunset Conference announced its all-conference football selections, and the Boomers and Irish were well represented.
For the Irish, no first team honors were awarded on the offensive side, but senior quarterback Trenton Marquart and sophomore offensive lineman Jonah Land made the all-conference second team.
The lone defensive all-conference first teamer for Waldport was senior
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Toledo’s campaign ends in face of vicious Oakers defense

Posted: Tuesday, Nov 11th, 2014
OAKLAND -- In the first round of the state playoffs on Friday night, the 10th-seeded Boomers traveled to take on a seventh-ranked Oakland squad and fell 35-18.
The game started off with a defensive battle, as Toledo (5-5) was held scoreless in the first half, trailing 14-0 headed into the break.
The Boomers attempted to claw back against
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Ground assault eliminates Taft

Posted: Tuesday, Nov 11th, 2014
SCIO -- In the first round of the 3A state football playoff tournament on Friday night, the No. 9-seeded Taft squad traveled to take on No. 8-ranked Scio and lost by a tally of 52-34.
The loss ends the 2014 campaign for the Tigers, as a successful season came to a close in the first-round of post-season play.
It
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Donkey basketball

Modified: Tuesday, Nov 11th, 2014
On Sunday afternoon, seniors from Waldport and Newport squared off in a friendly game of basketball, on donkeys. The annual Shriner fundraising event took place at Newport High School, with the Cubs defeating the Irish by a 12-8 score.
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4A all-conference selections announced

Posted: Tuesday, Nov 11th, 2014
NEWPORT -- Late last week, the 4A Oregon West all-conference selections were announced, and a number of Newport Cubs found their way onto the list.
For the boy's soccer squad, which qualified for the state tournament this season, junior Rafa Jimenez grabbed first team honors, making the short list of only 12 athletes conference wide.
Senior Orlando Tapia and
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Eagle boys basketball team ready to mature

Posted: Tuesday, Nov 11th, 2014
EDDYVILLE -- Entering its second year as a resurrected program, the Eddyville boys basketball team will look to make major strides forward.
Following a difficult first season back in the Mountain West League, the Eagles, behind Head Coach Mike Ulstad, will look to use experience and preparation to compete this season.
"Expectations for this year are to show
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Former Eddyville athletic director grabs new position at Taft 7-12

Posted: Tuesday, Nov 11th, 2014
After 10 years at Eddyville Charter School, the last two spent as the school's athletic director, Shelley Moore has moved up the road to take over at Taft 7-12.
Moore accepted the position of athletic director and dean of students at Taft, and she officially took over her new responsibilities on Oct. 27.
A lifelong Oregonian, Moore grew
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