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Streaking Siletz dismantles Mohawk

Posted: Thursday, Dec 18th, 2014
SILETZ -- After barreling through a difficult non-league schedule to open the season, the 1A No. 2-ranked Siletz boys basketball squad kicked off Mountain West League play on Tuesday night with a dominating 63-25 win over Mohawk.
The Warriors exploded out of the gate, taking control of the game early on with a 28-0 lead.
Mohawk (1-5) attempted
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Boomers explode into league play

Posted: Thursday, Dec 18th, 2014
MYRTLE POINT -- The Toledo boys basketball squad started off the season strong in non-league play and has carried that momentum into the Sunset Conference.
In their first matchup in league play on Monday night, the Boomers defeated Reedsport (2-4) 62-46, and followed that up with a shellacking of Myrtle Point (1-4) on Tuesday 103-34.
2A No. 2
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Haynes takes first in Springfield

Posted: Thursday, Dec 18th, 2014
SPRINGFIELD -- The Siletz wrestling squad hit the mat on Saturday when they traveled to the Springfield Invitational and put together an impressive performance.
The Warriors finished in 10th place out of 22 squads at the invite, and Gaiten Haynes was able to secure a first place medal in the 132-pound weight class.
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Lincoln County Sports Roundup

Posted: Thursday, Dec 18th, 2014
Siletz Valley Girls Basketball: The Warriors snapped a brief two-game losing skid on Tuesday night when they traveled to Lincoln City to take on the Taft JV squad and earned a 33-29 win.
Siletz (5-2) has been very effective on the court so far this season, and they got back on track after back-to-back losses to tough tournament opponents.
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Cubs steal thrilling win

Posted: Tuesday, Dec 16th, 2014
NEWPORT -- It was a thrilling back-and-forth battle between the host Cubbies and North Bend/Oregon Coast Technology on Friday night, when Newport edged out its opponent by a slim 65-64 score.
It was an extremely close game throughout, with the lead bouncing back and forth and strategies changing constantly.
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Lincoln County Sports Roundup

Posted: Tuesday, Dec 16th, 2014
Newport Boys Basketball: Coming off their first win of the year, the Cubs played host to North Bend/Oregon Coast Technology (2-0) on Friday night, but dropped a low-scoring affair, 43-24.
It was battle defensively for much of the game, as both offenses struggled to score, especially Newport's (1-2).
North Bend eventually got the ball through the cylinder in
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Newport swimmers dive in

Posted: Tuesday, Dec 16th, 2014
NORTH BEND, Coming off a wonderful performance at the Tillamook invitational, in which the both the boy's and girls teams dominated, the Cubs swimming team travelled to North Bend for an invitational on Saturday morning, and saw mixed results between squads.
The girl's team competed hard, but ended up in sixth place out of eight teams with 131 total
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2A all-state selections announced

Posted: Tuesday, Dec 16th, 2014
TOLEDO -- This week, selections were made for the 2A all-state football squad, and although no Boomer athletes made the first or second team, Toledo athletes were well represented in the honorable mention section.
Senior quarterback Jackson Cross was honorable mention quarterback of the year, while also earning honorable mention honors on the defensive side of the ball as
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Cubs respond for first victory

Posted: Thursday, Dec 11th, 2014
NEWPORT -- Following a tight, opening-game loss on the road to Marshfield (2-1) on Friday night, the Cubs came home to host Siuslaw on Tuesday and righted the ship with a dominating 52-33 win.
It was all Newport (1-1) in the second half, as the Cubs built on a small halftime lead with lockdown defense and quick transition offense.
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Toledo earns statement win

Posted: Thursday, Dec 11th, 2014
OAKRIDGE -- The 2A No. 4 ranked Boomers boys basketball squad is making a statement early, they are the team to beat in the 2014-2015 season.
After two early victories, Toledo (3-0) took on 3A No. 4 ranked Santiam Christian (1-1) on Tuesday night and dominated throughout to earn a 65-43 victory.
It was an impressive showing
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Boomers grow through defeat

Posted: Thursday, Dec 11th, 2014
TOLEDO -- When the Toledo girls basketball squad hosted Santiam Christian on Tuesday night, a difficult challenge was expected.
Santiam Christian (1-0), a 3A school, outmatched the young Boomers squad as they handed Toledo (0-2) its second consecutive loss 63-18.
The Boomers fought hard throughout the entire game, even after falling behind early and trailing at halftime by
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Scorching Warriors stay hot

Posted: Thursday, Dec 11th, 2014
OAKRIDGE -- Another day, another victory for the Siletz Valley girls basketball squad.
After starting the season 3-0, the Warriors hit the road to take on Oakridge (0-3) on Tuesday night and walked away with a tight 34-31 victory.
It was close game down to the buzzer for Siletz (4-0) who has made a habit of closing out
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Boomers soar past Siletz

Posted: Tuesday, Dec 9th, 2014
TOLEDO -- Following impressive opening-game victories for both squads, Toledo and Siletz Valley met on Friday night, and the 2A No.4 ranked Boomers secured a 68-47 victory.
It was a game of turnovers, as Siletz (1-1) struggled to take care of the basketball, and Toledo (2-0) continually capitalized off of the miscues.
The Boomers used the turnovers to open
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Lady Warriors secure thrilling win

Posted: Tuesday, Dec 9th, 2014
TOLEDO -- In an emotional back-and-forth battle, the Siletz Valley girls basketball squad pulled off a tight 35-32 victory over Toledo on Friday night.
It was a fierce matchup that helped to heat up an already existing rivalry between the two schools, and the high intensity showdown wasn't decided until the final minute.
In addition to the rivalry
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Cubs dominate Tillamook Invite

Posted: Tuesday, Dec 9th, 2014
TILLAMOOK -- Both the Newport and Taft swim teams traveled up to the Tillamook Invitational for their first competition of the season on Saturday, and both squads saw a number of strong performances.
The extremely young Tigers squad finished the tournament in eighth place in the girls competition with 58 points, and fifth in the boys competition with 117
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Lincoln County Sports Roundup

Posted: Tuesday, Dec 9th, 2014
Newport Wrestling: The Newport High School wrestling squad participated in its first competition of the season when they traveled to the Tillamook County Smoker Tournament on Friday afternoon, and finished in seventh place as a team.
Daniel Regan had a great day for Newport in the 220-pound weight class, as he won four consecutive matches to earn a first
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