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Cubs take league opener

Posted: Thursday, Jan 19th, 2017
NEWPORT -- The Newport boys' basketball team opened play in the Oregon West Conference on Wednesday, Jan. 18, with a 56-48 win at home over rival North Marion.
The Cubs held off the Huskies late comeback with key fourth-quarter buckets from Kye Blaser and Colton Blaser.
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Toledo rallies for third league win

Posted: Thursday, Jan 19th, 2017
TOLEDO -- The Toledo boys played host to Reedsport on Tuesday, Jan. 17, and after trailing for most of the game, rallied back behind several big 3-pointers from sophomore Jaydn Spangler.
The 52-46 win over Reedsport (7-8, 1-2 Sunset Conference) improved the Boomers Sunset Conference record to 3-0.
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Toledo girls crush Reedsport

Posted: Thursday, Jan 19th, 2017
TOLEDO -- After a slow start to the season, the Toledo girls' basketball team appeared to turn a corner on Tuesday, Jan. 17, with a 53-21 blowout over league rival Reedsport.
The Boomers defense hounded the Braves all evening, limiting Reedsport to six field goals as they improved their Sunset Conference record to 2-1.
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Newport girls fall in league opener

Modified: Thursday, Jan 19th, 2017
NEWPORT -- The Newport girls opened play in the Oregon West Conference on Wednesday, Jan. 18, and suffered a 43-38 loss to North Marion.
The Lady Cubs (7-7, 0-1 Oregon West) played host to the Huskies (12-2, 1-0 Oregon West), and after capturing a fourth-quarter lead, were toppled by two late 3-pointers.
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Newport boys dominate last two meets

Modified: Tuesday, Jan 17th, 2017
NEWPORT -- The Newport swim team continued their early season success on Friday, Jan. 13 with a four-way dual at home.
The boys' team was once again the top squad in the pool, accumulating 461 points to second place Philomath's 283. The Lady Cubs would wind up in third place with 284 points, as Tillamook's girls took the win with
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Butler captures 182-pound title

Posted: Tuesday, Jan 17th, 2017
FLORENCE -- For the third time this season, Siletz Valley's Isaac Butler climbed to the top of a wrestling tournament podium.
The junior's latest win came on Saturday, Jan. 14, in the 182-pound division of the Nick Lutz Invitational in Florence.
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Taft continues to build toward league meets

Posted: Tuesday, Jan 17th, 2017
FLORENCE -- The Taft Tigers returned some of their top wrestlers last weekend for the Nick Lutz Invitational, but were still without one of their best in sophomore Cody Knott.
With 10 wrestlers competing at Siuslaw High in Florence on Saturday, Jan. 14, the Tigers fought their way to 41.0 points for a 15th place finish out of 21 teams.
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Irish out of luck against Boomers

Posted: Tuesday, Jan 17th, 2017
WALDPORT -- Friday the 13th proved to be an unlucky one for the Waldport Irish boys, as Toledo took a ninth-straight win in the rivalry between the two schools.
With a 49-38 victory on the road against Waldport, the Boomers improved their Sunset Conference record to 2-0 while the Irish dropped to 0-2.
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Boomers deal Irish defeat

Posted: Tuesday, Jan 17th, 2017
WALDPORT -- The Toledo girls' basketball team picked up their first Sunset Conference win of the season on Friday, Jan. 13, with a 46-31 win over Waldport.
The road win evens Toledo's league record at 1-1 while the Lady Irish drop to 0-2, and have now suffered seven losses in a row.
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Eagles win in overtime

Modified: Friday, Jan 13th, 2017
SILETZ VALLEY -- Eddyville senior Ryan Landers still remembers the 74-17 loss Siletz Valley dealt his team as a freshman in his first high school game.
Over the next three seasons, the Class 1A Warriors would go on to dominate the Mountain West League to the tune of 36 straight regular season league wins, while Eddyville largely struggled to win
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Cubs dominate meet with 18 first-place finishes

Posted: Thursday, Jan 12th, 2017
LINCOLN CITY -- The Newport Cubs swam to 18 first-place finishes out 22 races as their two teams teams scored overall wins at the Taft Winter Invite.
After weather concerns canceled the invite on Jan. 4, the meet was rescheduled for Tuesday, Jan. 10, at the Lincoln City Community Center, and featured squads from Taft, Newport and Blanchet Catholic.
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Toledo wins Sunset Conference opener

Posted: Thursday, Jan 12th, 2017
TOLEDO -- The Toledo boys' basketball team snapped their five-game losing streak with a much-needed win to open up play in the Sunset Conference.
The defending league co-champion Boomers hosted Gold Beach on Tuesday, Jan. 10, and led wire-to-wire for a 66-40 win.
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Cubs have best meet in years

Posted: Tuesday, Jan 10th, 2017
WALDPORT -- The Class 4A Newport High School wrestling team picked up their best overall finish since Head Coach Rick Hernandez took over the program two seasons ago.
The Cubs grappled their way to a second-place finish on Saturday, Jan. 7, at the Alsea Bay Classic in Waldport, and had tournament wins from three different wrestlers.
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Siletz finishes third at tourney

Posted: Tuesday, Jan 10th, 2017
WALDPORT -- The Siletz Valley wrestling team got a good look last weekend at what stands in the way of claiming their first individual state wrestling championship.
The Warriors' best chances at a state title likely lie in the weight classes between 145 and 170 pounds, and at the Alsea Bay Classic the team ran up against some
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Taft finally ready to be at full strength

Posted: Tuesday, Jan 10th, 2017
WALDPORT -- For the Taft wrestling team, the Alsea Bay Classic was the final hurdle to clear before finally having their squad at full strength.
The Tigers have been hamstrung by a number of issues to start the wrestling season, which has limited the team to filling out around half of the 14 available weight classes.
At the Alsea Bay
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Newport floods podium in Corvallis

Posted: Tuesday, Jan 10th, 2017
CORVALLIS -- The Newport Swim Team (NST) returned to competition last weekend for the Comfort Suites Corvallis Aquatic Team SC Open.
The club continued their trend of steadily dropping times, as they racked up 26 personal bests over the course of the Jan. 6-8 meet.
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