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Paynter wins summer series opener

Posted: Thursday, Jun 23rd, 2016
NEWPORT -- Treacherous terrain, potholes, a few low-hanging branches and slick roots highlighted the first round of Ardor Adventures' Summer Trail Series on Wednesday, June 22, where more than one runner crossed the finish line with a bit of mud and a bloody scrape.
"It was a blast," said race winner Ben Paynter. "You had to be on your toes
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Waldport pins down choice for new wrestling coach

Posted: Thursday, Jun 23rd, 2016
WALDPORT -- When she was 3 years old, Misty Corwin was running around, playing and causing havoc at her 5-year-old brother's wrestling practice.
Not untypical behavior for a 3-year-old, but when coaches couldn't find a partner for the team's smallest boy, they decided to throw Corwin across from him. Ever since that day, wrestling has been a central part
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Tide drop first two of Papa's Pizza tourney

Posted: Thursday, Jun 23rd, 2016
EUGENE -- The Newport Cafe Tide kicked off their opening two games of the 41st annual Papa's Pizza Invitational Tournament on Wednesday, June 22, and with it came some of the usual troubles that have haunted the team during the early parts of the season.
Wild pitching and an inability to find the strike zone led to the Tide dropping
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Newport runners going camping

Posted: Thursday, Jun 23rd, 2016
NEWPORT -- The Newport cross-county team is looking to follow up their boys' fourth place finish the Class 4A state championships by getting a head start on the upcoming season with a trip to Sisters for the weeklong Great Northwest Running Camp.
On Sunday, June 26, the team will depart for the camp in hopes of topping last year's performance
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Hurty Siblings continue to dominate the pool

Modified: Tuesday, Jun 21st, 2016
EUGENE -- On June 10-12, Claire Hurty proved to be the top swimmer in the 9- and 10-year-old girls' field at the MOST Mike Morris Memorial Invitation in Eugene.
The Newport Swim Team member competed in seven events, and when it was all said and done she had accumulated the highest number of points in her division. For her effort,
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Local youths rip surfing competition

Posted: Tuesday, Jun 21st, 2016
OTTER ROCK -- Conditions weren't ideal, but the occasional set of waves along with plenty of sunshine made for a solid day of competition at the 8th annual Otter Rock n roll Youth Surf and Beach Cleanup Challenge.
The event brought over 200 spectators on Saturday, June 1 to witness the field of 47, 18-and-under surfers battling it out.
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Tide slammed in loss to Rockets

Posted: Tuesday, Jun 21st, 2016
NEWPORT -- A stiff north, northwest wind fueled some monster home runs at Frank V. Wade Memorial Park on Sunday afternoon, June 19.
But none of those shots came off the bats of the Newport Cafe Tide, who lost 11-0 to the Mid-Valley Rockets in a AAA American Legion contest.
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Lindstrom finds the end zone twice in all-star game

Posted: Tuesday, Jun 21st, 2016
LA GRANDE -- For one final time, Siletz' Daniel Lindstrom snapped on a Warriors helmet as he participated in the 27th annual eight-man football all-star game.
Lindstrom scored two receiving touchdowns in the game, bookending the West squad's scoring in a 36-24 loss to the East.
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Campbell blasts past personal record

Posted: Tuesday, Jun 21st, 2016
NEWPORT -- On Thursday, June 16, Dave Campbell broke his year-old Bay Road Time Trials' record, blistering his way through the 14-mile course in 30 minutes, 41 seconds.
After experiencing soreness and tightness over the first two rounds of the competition, Campbell said he came into the third round feeling physically on top of his game, but was concerned the
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Newport hammered on opening day

Posted: Thursday, Jun 16th, 2016
NEWPORT -- The Newport Café Tide began their inaugural season on Wednesday, June 15, and with it, came some expected growing pains.
Their opponent, the visiting Portland Ball Club, exploited mistakes on the mound and in the field that many of the Tide's players are accustomed to getting away with.
For most on the team it was a level
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Slam Dunk wins final race of series

Posted: Thursday, Jun 16th, 2016
NEWPORT -- On Wednesday, June 15, the Yaquina Bay Yacht Club wrapped up the final round of their spring sailing series.
Conditions weren't ideal, with only a small breeze to push the boats around the course in Yaquina Bay, but the Slam Dunk, a Santana 20 manned by Buzz Williams, Anne Williams, and their son Ian Williams, made the best
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Summerlin claims three gold medals

Posted: Thursday, Jun 16th, 2016
BEND -- Athletes in their golden years competed at the Oregon Senior Games in Bend on June 9-12, with ages ranging from 50-year-olds all the way up to 99.
But with three gold medals around her neck, Waldport resident Andrea Summerlin proved just how golden getting older could be.
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Otter Rock n Roll ready to kick out the jams

Posted: Thursday, Jun 16th, 2016
OTTER ROCK -- On Saturday, June 18, roughly 50 youth surfers will paddle out to compete in the 8th annual Otter Rock n Roll Youth Surf and Beach Cleanup Challenge.
The event will feature an age 18-and-under surf contest at Devils Punchbowl State Natural Area from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m., and a beach cleanup challenge from noon to 2
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Tigers, Panthers and Orcas net titles

Posted: Tuesday, Jun 14th, 2016
NEWPORT -- On Sunday, June 12, a trio of youth championship soccer games were held at Morrow Field as the Central Coast Soccer Association wrapped up their spring league.
In the under-14 division, the Lincoln City Tigers wrapped up a championship win three years in the making.
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Thurber-Blaser, Marchant named all-stars

Posted: Tuesday, Jun 14th, 2016
EUGENE -- Two of Lincoln County's top basketball players suited up one last time for their high schools to play in the 44th edition of the OACA All Star Series.
On Friday, June 10, in Eugene, Newport's Brendan Thurber-Blaser and Toledo's Isaiah Marchant competed in the senior-only, all-star series.
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Campbell wins again, top riders fail to improve

Posted: Tuesday, Jun 14th, 2016
NEWPORT -- A rainy evening hurt turnout numbers for the second round of the Yaquina Wheels Bicycle Club's Bay Road Time Trial Series.
But it didn't put a damper on leader Dave Campbell's night as he raced to his second, first-place finish in as many events.
The race on Thursday, June 8, had nine less riders than the
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