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Newport defense dismantles Stayton

Modified: Saturday, Sep 27th, 2014
NEWPORT -- With Stayton (1-3) on its 1-yard line just two minutes into the first quarter, the Newport (2-2) defense recovered a fumble to set the tone in the Cubs dominating 24-0 win on Friday night.
After forcing the early turnover, the Cubs locked up the Stayton offense, keeping them off the scoreboard the remainder of the game to record
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Newport sizzles in win over Philomath

Modified: Friday, Sep 26th, 2014
A nother impressive comeback performance by the Cubs volleyball squad took place in their three-sets-to-one victory over Philomath (7-4) on Tuesday night.
After dropping the first set to its conference foe 25-19, Newport (5-7) responded with three straight set wins, 25-18, 25-23 and 27-25, to secure the come-from-behind victory.
The Cubs are now 2-1 in Oregon West Conference play and
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Cubs fall in battle of unbeaten soccer squads

Modified: Friday, Sep 26th, 2014
NEWPORT -- Morrow Field played host to a battle of two undefeated soccer teams on Tuesday night, as Stayton (4-0) handed Newport (4-1) its first loss of the season 6-1.
The game was tight throughout the first half as a young Newport squad held its own against an experienced Stayton team and headed into halftime trailing 1-0.
However,
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Cubs compete in Seaside

Modified: Friday, Sep 26th, 2014
SEASIDE, The Newport cross-country squad attended the Three Course Challenge in Seaside on Saturday, which played host to more than 1,600 runners from across the state.
The competition was divided into three divisions: the 4,500-meter easy, the 5,000-meter moderate, and the 5,000-meter hard.
In the 4,500-meter easy, the Newport boy's squad finished in 19th place out of 41
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Wins coming easy for Taft — Early offense earns Tigers a 3-0 start

Modified: Wednesday, Sep 24th, 2014
Following back-to-back impressive performances to start the year, the Tigers remained perfect on the season after a dominating 40-24 conference win over Sheridan/Sheridan Japanese School (2-1) on Friday night.
Taft (3-0) jumped out to an early lead in its first conference game, scoring all 40 points in the first half as it took a comfortable 40-6 lead into the
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Stayton beats Newport 5-1 in boys soccer

Modified: Wednesday, Sep 24th, 2014
NEWPORT -- Morrow Field played host to a battle of two undefeated teams on Tuesday night, as Stayton (4-0) handed Newport (4-1) its first loss of the season 5-1.
The game was tight throughout the first half, as Stayton carried a 1-0 lead into halftime.
However, Stayton came out on a mission after the break, and hammered home four second
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Young team sees growth despite loss to Kennedy -- Coach Colt Reece believes his team is ready to take the next step

Posted: Tuesday, Sep 23rd, 2014
WALDPORT -- The Irish football squad struggled to find a rhythm against a stout Kennedy (3-0) defense, as Waldport couldn't claw back from an early deficit in a 42-6 loss on Friday night.
However, if you ask Head Coach Colt Reece, a lot of positives were seen in the team's third consecutive loss to start the year.
"We did a
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Toledo struggles with Imbler, loses third straight

Posted: Tuesday, Sep 23rd, 2014
IMBLER -- In a back-and-forth battle, Toledo (0-3) couldn't keep up with undefeated Imbler (2-0) and dropped a tight game 46-34 on Saturday night.
It was another tough opponent for the Boomers, as all three of their losses have come to teams with flawless records so far this year.
With offense coming easy for both teams, Toledo Head
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Lincoln County sports Roundup

Posted: Tuesday, Sep 23rd, 2014
Newport Volleyball: The Cubs volleyball squad competed in the Sisters Tournament this weekend at Sisters High School, where they split a pair of games.
The first match paired Newport (4-7) against a tough Vale (12-1) squad, as the Cubs dropped two consecutive sets 25-14 and 25-17.
However, Newport responded in its next match against North Bend/Oregon Coast
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Lincoln City youth soccer registrations now available

Posted: Tuesday, Sep 23rd, 2014
Registration is now open for the Youth Indoor Soccer League sponsored by the Lincoln City Recreation Department.
The league is open to boys and girls ages six through 13, and there will be three age group divisions: 6-7, 8-9 and 10-13.
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Stout Kennedy defense stops Waldport

Modified: Saturday, Sep 20th, 2014
Waldport (0-3) struggled to move the ball against a stout Kennedy (3-0) defense, as it couldn't claw back from an early deficit in a 42-6 loss on Friday night.
The scoring started early for Kennedy, as they went into the halftime break with a comfortable 28-0 lead.
However, the Irish did walk away with a personal victory as
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Lincoln County Sports Roundup

Posted: Thursday, Sep 18th, 2014
Taft Volleyball: After starting the season 2-0, the Tigers (2-4) have struggled as of late, dropping their last four conference matches including a loss to Westside Christian (3-3) on Tuesday night, three sets to none.
Westside Christian jumped out on top early, winning the first set 25-12. Taft kept it tight in the second set, loosing 25-22, but Westside
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Early goals lead to win for Cubs -- Young program headed on the right track

Posted: Thursday, Sep 18th, 2014
After losing a lopsided affair in their season opener, the Newport girls' soccer team (2-1-1) is on a roll.
After falling to Taft (1-3) to kick off the year, the young squad recorded it's first victory in two years against Marshfield (0-4) on Sept. 3, then earned a tie with Tillamook (0-1-2) last Wednesday, and won a 3-2 thriller
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Program rebuilds after lost season -- Coach Nicole James thrilled for new opportunity

Posted: Thursday, Sep 18th, 2014
LINCOLN CITY -- Following a year in which turnout was too low to field a team, the Taft girl's soccer program is back in action.
According to Head Coach Nicole James, the Tigers' season is about more than just wins and losses, but the opportunity to take the field.
"I am very excited that the interest among the
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Newport rallies past Stayton

Posted: Thursday, Sep 18th, 2014
NEWPORT -- After dropping their first set to conference foe Stayton (0-5), a rally followed for the Newport volleyball squad as it rattled off three straight set victories to secure its third win of the season on Tuesday night.
The match ended a three-game skid for Newport (3-5), as they bounced back from their tough loss to Siuslaw last
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Tigers shut out Boomers, start 2-0 -- Strong game plan leads to Taft success

Posted: Wednesday, Sep 17th, 2014
LINCOLN CITY, After building momentum with a season-opening 50-2 win over Colton, the Taft football squad dominated again last Friday night with a 54-0 win over Toledo.
The Tigers scored early and often, marching the ball up and down the field on their way to a 2-0 start under second-year head coach James Mick.
"We were able to
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Cubs get defensive in 28-19 victory over Tillamook

Posted: Wednesday, Sep 17th, 2014
NEWPORT, After falling flat in its opener and starting slow against Tillamook last Friday, Newport scored three unanswered touchdowns in the middle quarters and a late touchdown for a 28-19 win.
But it was the defense where coach Rod Losier saw the most improvement and thinks it will give the Cubs (1-1) momentum going into its non-league match with Marshfield
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Irish morale stays high

Posted: Wednesday, Sep 17th, 2014
WALDPORT -- Despite a loss to the Santiam Wolverines last Friday, the Waldport Irish kept morale high throughout the game.
The Wolverines conquered the Irish on their home turf in a 13-0 non-league victory. The Irish (0-2) have yet to score after losing 21-0 to in its season opener at Nestucca.
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