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‘Out of sync’

Posted: Thursday, Sep 3rd, 2015
TOLEDO -- A lack of team chemistry served as the downfall for the Lady Boomers volleyball team in their season opener against Nestucca on Tuesday night.
Toledo lost the match 25-3, 25-16, 16-25, 25-20 in only the third time since practice began that head coach Paul Tucker had his entire roster available.
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Back-to-back wins get Irish off to hot start

Posted: Thursday, Sep 3rd, 2015
WALDPORT -- Last season, it took the Waldport volleyball squad until its fifth game to secure its first victory of the season.
But under new leadership, the Fighting Irish have jumped to a 2-0 start to the 2015 campaign, with the latest victory coming in three straight sets over Santiam (0-2) on Tuesday night.
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Torres nets four goals for Newport

Posted: Thursday, Sep 3rd, 2015
NEWPORT -- It was a slow start for the Newport boys soccer team on Wednesday night, but that was before senior Luis Torres took control of the match.
The Cubs eventually snagged a 6-2 victory on the road against Marshfield, earning their second consecutive win to start the season.
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Cubs snag 2-1 victory over Marshfield

Posted: Thursday, Sep 3rd, 2015
NEWPORT --The Lady Cubs soccer squad broke into the win column on Wednesday night, defeating Marshfield by a 2-1 tally on their home turf.
The win comes after Newport (1-0-1) earned a 1-1 tie in its season opener on Aug. 28.
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Local squad headed to national tournament

Posted: Thursday, Sep 3rd, 2015
NEWPORT -- The local men's softball season has been over for weeks, but one squad is entering the most important part of their season.
Newport Candy Shop, who finished runner-up in the Newport Parks & Recreation men's softball league last month, is heading to Medford to compete in the Western National Slow Pitch tournament this weekend.
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Early season battle

Modified: Tuesday, Sep 1st, 2015
NEWPORT -- Two up-and-coming girls soccer programs kicked off the 2015 season at Morrow Field on Friday, marking a number of firsts for both programs.
Taft and Newport closed out their opening match with a 1-1 tie, as Joey Acre-Torres coached his first game for the Tigers. It was also the first varsity action for many of the Taft
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Gridiron skills on display at scrimmage

Posted: Tuesday, Sep 1st, 2015
TOLEDO --The three-team football scrimmage that took place in Toledo on Friday night was only an exhibition. But that doesn't mean Taft, Toledo, and Newport weren't playing for anything.
The Toledo Jamboree served as the final tuneup for the three squads, showing them their strengths and weaknesses leading into the final week of preparation for the 2015 season.
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Jimenez lifts talented Cubs past Taft

Posted: Tuesday, Sep 1st, 2015
LINCOLN CITY -- Expectations were high for both the Taft and Newport boys soccer teams entering their opening season match on Friday afternoon.
A 2-0 victory by the Cubs added to that belief.
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Tigers race to top finish in Santiam

Posted: Tuesday, Sep 1st, 2015
SANTIAM -- The Taft cross-country team entered the Santiam Open with little experience at the high school level.
But that didn't stop the Tigers from finishing first at the competition, or sophomore Preston Nightingale from taking second place overall.
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Lincoln County Sports Roundup

Posted: Tuesday, Sep 1st, 2015
Waldport Volleyball: The Lady Irish earned a 3-2 win against Nestucca on Aug. 27 to open the 2015 season.
Waldport (1-0) is rebuilding its program under new head coach Rich DeSantis, and will look to improve in the Sunset Conference this season.
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Showcase opens fall season

Modified: Thursday, Aug 27th, 2015
NEWPORT -- A parade of Newport High School athletes marched across Morrow Field on Wednesday night, kicking off the 2015 fall sports season in celebratory fashion.
Every Newport team was present for the second annual Fall Showcase, which gave parents a chance to meet the football, soccer, volleyball, and cross-county squads.
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Faxon to lead Eddyville runners into action

Modified: Thursday, Aug 27th, 2015
EDDYVILLE -- Even though the team will be small in numbers, the Eddyville cross-country squad should pack a punch in 2015.
The Eagles will be led by senior Neil Faxon, who is coming off a 14th place finish at the state tournament in Eugene last year.
The three other runners currently on the roster will look to make
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Senior heavy Cubs ready to attack

Posted: Thursday, Aug 27th, 2015
NEWPORT -- The Newport boys soccer team will enter the 2015 campaign under new leadership, but the transition hasn't altered the program's momentum.
Following a state tournament appearance last season, the Cubs will return 12 seniors this year, as Ollie Richardson looks to make a dent in the Oregon West Conference in his first year at the helm.
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Experienced Tigers eye next step of progression

Posted: Thursday, Aug 27th, 2015
LINCOLN CITY -- A third place league finish and a trip to the state tournament highlighted a successful 2014 campaign for the Taft boys soccer squad.
But in 2015, with a number of key contributors returning, the Tigers are hoping to see bigger and better results.
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Three-school scrimmage to take place in Toledo

Posted: Thursday, Aug 27th, 2015
TOLEDO -- Friday night football is back in Lincoln County, kicking off with a three-team exhibition event in Toledo on Aug. 28.
Taft, Newport, and Toledo will participate in the jamboree at Jack Dahl Field beginning at 5 p.m.
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Strategy changes to define Siletz Valley

Posted: Tuesday, Aug 25th, 2015
SILETZ VALLEY -- The Siletz Valley Early College Academy football squad is ready to make the necessary adjustments to get to the next level.
A new look offense will accompany a large core of returning players in 2015, as the Warriors try to respond after losing in the first round of the Mountain West League playoffs last season.
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Racers leap into action

Posted: Tuesday, Aug 25th, 2015
NEWPORT -- Expectations for the Buccaneer Rampage were high leading into the weekend, and with 146 competitors taking part, the muddy event lived up to the hype.
The third annual mud & obstacle style race began at the Newport Municipal Airport on Saturday morning, as athletes ran, jumped, swam, and climbed their way through the 5K course.
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Taft athletes ready to run for new cross-country coach

Posted: Tuesday, Aug 25th, 2015
LINCOLN CITY -- When Ian Schroeder took over as the Taft cross-country coach this summer, he inherited a program that had only four runners on the roster last season.
Currently, nine athletes are expected to wear the Taft colors on Thursday when the season opens, with a possibility of others joining in as the deadline nears.
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Catch of the week

Posted: Tuesday, Aug 25th, 2015
Nick Leonetti, of Newport, shows off his 35-pound chinook salmon caught while fishing in Waldport last weekend. Leonetti needed the help of a few friends to haul in the fish.
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Registration open for Lincoln City events

Posted: Tuesday, Aug 25th, 2015
Volleyball

The Lincoln City Recreation Department is now forming a volleyball league for girls in grades 3-6.
This formative program teaches young girls how to play and enjoy the game of volleyball. There will be two age divisions: third and fourth grades, and fifth and sixth grades. The registration fee is $35 for Lincoln City residents and $40
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