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Rosser too strong for Taft

Modified: Tuesday, May 3rd, 2016
LINCOLN CITY -- When Waldport's Forrest Rosser takes the mound, an Irish win is almost a foregone conclusion.
At Taft on Thursday, April 28, the Class 2A Irish sent Rosser to the hill against the 3A Tigers, and once again, Waldport's ace was simply too good for the opposition's batters.
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Cubs rally twice to win

Posted: Tuesday, May 3rd, 2016
NEWPORT -- Maybe the Oregon West Conference first place Cubs softball team took visiting Yamhill-Carlton a little lightly, or maybe the Tigers are better than their 2-7 league record indicates.
Whatever it was, Newport got all they could handle from Yamhill on Monday, May 2, as the Cubs had to rally back from a five-run deficit in the fifth inning,
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Beaudry has 4A’s top two throws

Posted: Tuesday, May 3rd, 2016
LEBANON -- The Newport track team didn't make many trips up the podium at the Rob Allen Twighlight Invitational on Friday, April 29, but the Cubs did manage to shake up the Class 4A rankings in a few events.
Competing against seven teams from Class 5A and 6A, the 4A Cubs only managed one first-place finish, which came off of
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Col de Coast set for first race

Posted: Tuesday, May 3rd, 2016
NEWPORT -- On Thursday, May 5, the seventh annual Col de Coast Hill Climb Time Trial Series will kick off with its first of a four-part series of road bicycle races.
Riders will meet for the first race, a 1.1-mile climb up Otter Crest Loop, at the Depoe Bay Fire District Station 2400 at 6:15 p.m. Participation is free with
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Cubs snap skid

Posted: Thursday, Apr 28th, 2016
NEWPORT -- During Ken Riley's last eight seasons of coaching the Cubs baseball team, the worst losing streak the program had suffered through was four games.
On Wednesday, April 27, the Cubs came into their home game with North Marion losers of six straight, and desperately seeking a win to remain competitive in the Oregon West Conference standings.
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Local swimmers battle in Lincoln City

Posted: Thursday, Apr 28th, 2016
LINCOLN CITY --The Newport Swim Team and Lincoln City Swim Club competed against seven other clubs this past weekend in a two-day 31-event meet on April 23-24.
The 31 events at the Lincoln City Community Center were broken down into 102 different races separated into boys' and girls' categories as well as four different age groups.
When it was all
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Taft drops heartbreaker on the road

Posted: Thursday, Apr 28th, 2016
CORVALLIS ¬-- The Taft baseball team's loss at Santiam Christian on Tuesday, April 27, is one that stings on multiple levels.
Not only did the Tigers lose the game in the bottom of the seventh on a walk-off, bloop hit into left field, but standings-wise, the loss also drops the Tigers out of a tie with Dayton for third
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Cubs make it seven straight wins

Posted: Thursday, Apr 28th, 2016
NORTH MARION -- The Newport softball team's stranglehold over first place in the Oregon West Conference standings got a little tighter on Wednesday, April 27, as the Cubs topped the league's second place team, North Marion, 11-3.
The win extends the Cubs (14-5, 8-0) first-place lead to three games over North Marion (11-7, 5-3), and also stretches their season
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Zook leads Tigers past Santiam

Posted: Thursday, Apr 28th, 2016
CORVALLIS -- Against Santiam Christian on Tuesday, April 26, the visiting Taft softball team knocked around Eagles pitcher, Katie Boruff for 17 hits and 14 runs.
The Tigers would need every one of them, as they narrowly escaped Santiam with a win, 14-13.
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Cubs test themselves against state’s best

Modified: Tuesday, Apr 26th, 2016
GRESHAM -- On Saturday, April 23, the Newport track team competed against hundreds of the state's top athletes in one of the toughest meets of the year.
At the 52nd Centennial Invitational in Gresham, the Cubs went up against 52 other schools from Class 4A through 6A. Competing for those schools were athletes who litter the state's top ten lists
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DeAnda, Helms pitch Siletz past Waldport

Posted: Tuesday, Apr 26th, 2016
WALDPORT -- When Siletz Valley's home baseball game against Waldport on Friday, April 22, was moved to the Irish's field because of standing water on the Warrior's diamond from the night's previous storm, it appeared to be just another advantage for Class 2A/1A Special District 5's first place team, Waldport.
Coming into the contest, Siletz was 0-3 all-time against the
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Cubs drop bombs on North Marion

Posted: Tuesday, Apr 26th, 2016
NEWPORT -- Undefeated in the Oregon West Conference, riding a streak of six straight wins, and sitting atop the league standings, everything is clicking for Newport's softball team.
After a, 9-4, home win over North Marion on Monday, April 25, the Cubs continued their season-long dominance in league play while extending their first place lead in the standings by
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Wright chasing 3A's top sprinter

Posted: Tuesday, Apr 26th, 2016
SALEM -- Every hero needs a foe, and in the case of Taft's Joshua Wright that foe is Colton's Malik Knott.
The two have been battling it out 100 meters at a time over the past few seasons with Wright always clocking in just behind Knott.
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Cauthon crushes Toledo

Posted: Thursday, Apr 21st, 2016
WALDPORT -- Waldport starting pitcher Abby Cauthon nearly single handedly beat Toledo on Wednesday, April 20.
The senior had by far her best game of the season, as she led the Irish to an 18-5 route of Toledo.
From the plate she was devastating, going a perfect 4-for-4 with six RBIs. Cauthon smacked two triples, a double and
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Land hits birthday bomb for mom

Posted: Thursday, Apr 21st, 2016
WALDPORT -- When Jonah Land stepped to the plate in the fifth inning against Toledo, the outcome of the game was already a formality. Waldport was up 10-1 at that point and there wasn't much of a doubt the Irish would win their league leading sixth game.
But Land had unfinished business.
When he sat down for breakfast that
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Cubs smash league rivals

Posted: Thursday, Apr 21st, 2016
NEWPORT -- For the third time this season, the Newport track and field team swept the overall boys' and girls' team scores for first place at a meet.
On Tuesday, April 19 at Morrow Field, the Cubs teams outdueled Philomath and North Marion to take first place in 23 out of the 34 events. The Cubs also set a number
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Tigers bounce back

Posted: Thursday, Apr 21st, 2016
SHERIDAN -- After dropping a tight, 2-1 contest against the West Valley League's top team, Horizon Christian, on Friday, April 15, the Taft baseball team came into their next game knowing they needed to rebound with a win in order to stay near the top of the league's standings.
"Their spirits were high," said Head Coach Dustin Hankins of the
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