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Beaver Creek Trail

Modified: Thursday, Oct 30th, 2014
When the rain finally let up on Monday afternoon, my wife and I took the suggestion of a reader and drove south of Newport to look for the Beaver Creek Trail located in Brian Booth State Park.
I had done a little research on the trail and location beforehand, and had seen a few cautions about how seasonal the
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Newport ends regular season in impressive fashion

Modified: Thursday, Oct 30th, 2014
NEWPORT -- With the end of the season in sight, it was time for the Newport boy's soccer squad to get back on track. They did just that on Tuesday when they hosted Yamhill-Carlton (0-14) at Morrow Field and won by a 10-0 score to finish out the regular season.
It was the first win for the Cubbies since
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Taft torches Western Mennonite in boys soccer

Modified: Thursday, Oct 30th, 2014
LINCOLN CITY -- The Taft Tigers boys soccer squad hosted a first round district playoff match against Western Mennonite (3-9-2) on Wednesday, and took their first step toward a state tournament berth with an impressive 3-0 victory.
Taft (8-7) came out of the gate slow, as the match headed to the halftime break without a single goal on the
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Lincoln County sports roundup

Modified: Thursday, Oct 30th, 2014
Taft Girls Soccer: The Tigers rounded out their season on Tuesday when they traveled to take on Dayton (8-7-1) and fell by a 3-0 score.
It was an up-and-down season for Taft (4-11-1), who ended the year losing seven out of eight matches, and finished with a 3-8-1 conference record.
It was the first year back for the
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Outdoor recreational report

Modified: Thursday, Oct 30th, 2014
BAY CLAMS
Low tides are now in the evenings. Low tides as high as one to two feet can still allow clamming opportunities, especially for purple varnish clams that can sometimes be found when the tide is as high as four feet. Sport clammers should be able to collect daily limits of cockles, gaper clams and butter clams from the
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Toledo clashes with Gold Beach -- Boomers fall in high-energy contest

Posted: Tuesday, Oct 28th, 2014
In a battle of top-10 teams and Sunset Conference rivals, Toledo (4-4) fell in a tight game to undefeated Gold Beach (8-0) by a score of 20-12 at Jack Dahl Field on Friday night.
The loss is the first for the Boomers since Sept. 20, and is their first in league play as they currently sit at 3-1.
The game
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Faxon advances to state -- Eagles and Tigers hit the course at Bush Park

Posted: Tuesday, Oct 28th, 2014
SALEM -- Both the Taft High School and Eddyville Charter School cross-country squads took the course at Bush Park in Salem on Thursday, Oct. 23 for their district meet, and multiple strong performances were seen from the squads.
For the Eagles, not only was an impressive 10th place finish seen from the boys squad, but Neil Faxon was able
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Warriors wrap up historic year

Posted: Tuesday, Oct 28th, 2014
SILETZ VALLEY -- After closing out the regular season on a two-match winning streak, the Warriors volleyball squad welcomed Alsea to their home court for a playoff matchup on Thursday night and fell in five-sets, 25-23, 21-25, 17-25, 25-21 and 15-11.
Siletz (6-10) played extremely well throughout the entire match, as each set was tight and well played for
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Newport runners extend season to Eugene -- A top-two finish lands the Cubs at the 4A Championships

Posted: Tuesday, Oct 28th, 2014
PHILOMATH -- In impressive fashion, the Newport cross-country team headed over to Philomath to compete in the Oregon West Conference Championships on Saturday, and the boys qualified for the state meet with a second place team finish.
The Cubs edged out Stayton by four points, and also saw Curt Knott and Aaron Yakes qualify individually with top-five finishes.
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Lincoln County Sports Roundup

Posted: Tuesday, Oct 28th, 2014
Newport Volleyball: The Cubs competed in the first round of playoffs on Saturday when they traveled to Henley (13-9), but fell in four-sets, 23-25, 25-15, 25-18, 25-16.
It was a hard-fought match for both squads, as Newport (11-12) took the first set, but couldn't handle the Henley comeback.
The loss ends an impressive season for the Cubs and
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SVECA presented sportsmanship award

Posted: Tuesday, Oct 28th, 2014
SILETZ VALLEY -- Before the Warriors competed in their first ever postseason volleyball match on Thursday night, another historic moment took place when the Siletz Valley Early College Academy was presented the Sportsmanship Award by the Oregon Volleyball Association.
The award, created to honor a long-time referee who passed on the court in 1997, is voted upon by members
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2A runners tested at districts

Posted: Tuesday, Oct 28th, 2014
ROGUE RIVER -- The Waldport and Toledo cross-country squads headed to Rogue River to compete in their district competition on Thursday, Oct. 23.
In the 2A action, the Irish received a seventh place finish on the boy's side, and the girls were unable to place, while Toledo was unable to place on the boys side, and the girls
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Boomers lose top-10 battle

Modified: Saturday, Oct 25th, 2014
TOLEDO -- In a battle of top-10 teams and Sunset Conference Rivals, Toledo fell in a tight game to undefeated Gold Beach 20-12 at Jack Dahl Field on Friday night.
The loss is the first for the Boomers (4-4) since Sept. 20, and is their first in league play where they currently sit at 3-1.
It was a hard
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Warriors lose playoff heartbreaker

Modified: Saturday, Oct 25th, 2014
SILETZ -- The Warriors squared off against Alsea (8-11) on Thursday night in the first round of the playoffs and dropped a tight match in five-sets, 25-23, 21-25, 17-25, 25-21, and 15-11.
The game was tight and contested throughout, but Siletz Valley (6-10) couldn't quite pull out the victory on its home court.
A loud crowd came to cheer
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Dominating win advances Newport into the first round of post-season play

Modified: Friday, Oct 24th, 2014
NEWPORT -- With a playoff berth on the line, the Cubs hosted Yamhill-Carlton on Tuesday night and dominated in three-sets, 25-17, 25-16 and 25-21.
Both squads came in with a 4-5 record in Oregon West Conference play, and the Newport (11-11) victory earned it the right to a third-place finish and an extended season.
The huge win comes
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Lincoln Country Sports Roundup

Posted: Friday, Oct 24th, 2014
Taft Volleyball: The Tigers competed in their final match of the season on Tuesday when they hosted Sheridan/Sheridan Japanese School (6-12) and lost in four-sets, 17-25, 25-, 25-12 and 25-4.
Taft (4-14) took the first set in impressive fashion, but stumbled to close it out and lost three consecutive sets to drop the match.
The Tigers end the
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Tough stretch brings growth for new girls soccer program

Posted: Friday, Oct 24th, 2014
NEWPORT -- The Newport High girls soccer team welcomed Philomath/Kings Valley Charter (8-4) to Morrow Field on Tuesday night, and dropped their seventh consecutive match by a 9-0 score.
Following a strong start to the season, Newport (2-8-1) has struggled in Oregon West Conference play, consistently running into strong competition.
Although the 0-7-conference record may not reflect it,
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Cross-country: Road to state heads through Philomath for Cubs

Posted: Friday, Oct 24th, 2014
The Newport cross-country squad will be in action on Saturday when it travels to Philomath to compete in the 4A-4 Oregon West Conference championships.
The run will take place at Philomath High School, a course the Cubs ran back on Oct. 4 at the Paul Mariman Invitational.
The top two finishing teams and top five individual runners at
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Tigers crush Salem Academy in boys soccer

Posted: Friday, Oct 24th, 2014
Lincoln City -- After a week away from the field, the Tigers hosted Salem Academy (3-7-1) on senior night Wednesday and earned a dominating 4-0 victory.
The win marks the third for Taft (7-6) in its past five matches, and improves it to 6-5 in league play.
That currently puts the Tigers at fourth place within the conference,
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North Marion sinks Newport -- Cubs struggle with tough weather conditions at Morrow Field

Posted: Tuesday, Oct 21st, 2014
After starting the game with a 19-play touchdown drive that took up most of the first quarter, the Cubs surrendered 32 unanswered points on their way to a 32-6 loss to North Marion on Friday night.
The loss drops Newport (2-5) to 1-3 in Oregon West Conference play, with one game remaining on the schedule.
It was a rainy,
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Lincoln County Sports Roundup

Posted: Tuesday, Oct 21st, 2014
Waldport Volleyball: With the season winding down, the Lady Irish hosted their final match of the season on Thursday night, when they fell to Bandon in three-sets, 25-13, 25-19 and 25-13.
Squaring off against a talented Bandon (9-7) squad, Waldport (3-13) played with plenty of emotion, as the final score did not tell the story of the match.
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Tigers demolish Willamina -- Huge second quarter helps to snap two-game losing skid

Posted: Tuesday, Oct 21st, 2014
WILLAMINA -- Coming off back-to-back close losses, the Tigers sent a message on Friday night when they traveled to Willamina and returned home with an impressive 46-0 victory.
No. 5 ranked Taft (5-2) got back on track in a major way, with both the offensive and defensive units clicking after a slow start to the contest.
The Tigers
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Boomers dominate Bandon --Kyle Otis runs for 331 yards in Toledo victory

Posted: Tuesday, Oct 21st, 2014
BANDON -- Following a slow start to the season, the Boomers have been red-hot as of late, dominating the last four squads that have lined up against them.
Their latest victory was a 40-24 road win over conference foe Bandon (3-5) on Friday night.
Toledo (4-3) has won four straight contests, all in Sunset Conference play, after dropping
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Tough North Marion defense stymies Newport

Modified: Saturday, Oct 18th, 2014
NEWPORT -- The Newport Cubs struggled against North Marion on Friday night, and lost their third consecutive game 32-6.
The loss drops Newport (2-5) to 1-3 in Oregon West Conference play, with one game remaining on the schedule.
It was a rainy night at Morrow Field, and the Cubs couldn't find their usual offense against a tough North Marion (3-4)
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