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WALDPORT — Nothing much rattled the sixth-ranked Waldport High School football team in its Thursday, Sept. 16, home game against Days Creek, not even an hour-plus delay to the opening kickoff.

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TOLEDO — Things are trending in the right direction for the Toledo High School volleyball team, and head coach Crystal Taylor Hinds couldn’t have been more excited last Thursday night to play before a home crowd of Boomer backers.

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TOLEDO — After building an early lead, the Toledo High School football team couldn’t hold on, and fell 32-22 Friday night, Sept. 17, to 2A-SD 3 rival Jefferson at Jack Dahl Stadium.

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EUGENE — Newport High School senior Aliya Larsen was the lone area runner to collect a top-10 individual finish Saturday at the Northwest Classic cross-country meet at Lane Community College in Eugene.

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SEASIDE — Sometimes a tie isn’t really such a difficult reality to live with.

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The News-Times compiles game results from the previous weekend for schools ranked in the weekly Oregon School Activities Associate football coaches polls, and publishes those scores in each Wednesday edition of the paper during the regular season.

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The News-Times regularly publishes standings for all Oregon School Activities Association sports leagues in which Lincoln County Schools participate throughout the school year.

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WALDPORT — An up-and-down early season for the Toledo High School volleyball team took a turn in an upward direction Tuesday night.

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WILSONVILLE — The Newport/Eddyville Charter girls soccer team began the week undefeated, and coaches around the state took notice.

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WILSONVILLE — Following their 56-40 win last Friday night on the road at Gold Beach, the Waldport High School football team inched up a notch in this week’s Oregon School Activities Association 1A, 8-player football coaches poll, released Wednesday morning on OSAA.org.

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WILSONVILLE — The Newport/Eddyville Charter boys soccer team made its initial appearance in the school year’s 4A coaches poll when the Oregon School Activities Association released its first in-season boys soccer polls on Monday afternoon.

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Both the Newport/Eddyville Charter soccer teams fell in their 4A-3 Oregon West Conference-opening matches Tuesday to Stayton, with the Eagles boys collecting a 6-3 at Newport, while the Cubs girls dropped a 2-0 decision at Stayton.

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The News-Times will regularly publish standings for all Oregon School Activities Association sports leagues in which Lincoln County Schools participate throughout the school year.

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EUGENE — Marist Catholic presented the Newport High School volleyball team with a speed bump Tuesday evening in the Cubs’ final tune-up before starting the bulk of their 4A-3 Oregon West Conference slate.

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LINCOLN CITY — The Taft High School volleyball team posted a 25-20, 25-14, 25-10 sweep last Friday night of intra-county rival Waldport in a matchup of the 3A-3 Coastal Range League Tigers and the Irish from the 2A-4 Sunset Conference.

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NEWPORT — A season after recording a perfect record, the Newport High School volleyball team struggled to an 0-3 mark entering its Sept. 9 match at Spangler Court against 4A-3 Oregon West Conference-foe Woodburn.

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NEWPORT — The Newport High School/Eddyville Charter girls soccer team scored early and often in their Friday nonconference win at Morrow Field over Tillamook.

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STAYTON — Seniors set the pace for the Newport High School cross-country teams for the second time in as many weekends when the Cubs ran Saturday in the Stayton Invitational meet at the Stayton Middle School nature trails.

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GOLD BEACH — Senior tight end Levi Schrock caught three touchdowns, and co-No. 7 Waldport beat Gold Beach 56-40 in a non-league 1A, 8-player Friday night football matchup.

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Local surfer and former event champion Kirk Tice battles a wave during last weekend’s Agate Beach Surf Classic in Newport, sponsored by the News-Times, Ossies Surf Shop and 10 Barrel Brewing Co. (Photos by Jeremy Burke)

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SILETZ — The Jewell Blue Jays soared their way to a 72-13 road win Friday night over the Siletz Valley Warriors in 1A-SD 3, 6-play football action.

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ALSEA — The Eddyville Charter football team scored an impressive 26-13 win at No. 3 Alsea on Friday night in a 1A-SD 3, 6-player contest.

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The News-Times plans to compile game results from the previous weekend for schools ranked in the weekly Oregon School Activities Associate football coaches polls, and publish those scores in each Wednesday edition of the paper during the regular season.

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 EDDYVILLE — The Eddyville Charter School volleyball team collected something of a milestone in its 1A-3 Mountain West League victory last Thursday over Triangle Lake.

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LINCOLN CITY — Tuesday afternoon’s evenly-matched battle for Lincoln County boys soccer supremacy wasn’t decided until the final moments of play at Taft High School’s sundrenched Voris Field.

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The Waldport High School volleyball team began its season on a high note Tuesday by scoring a five-set nonconference victory on the road at Yoncalla.

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After the dust settled last Friday night at Jack Dahl Stadium in Toledo, and the electric scoreboard went dark, Toledo High School head football coach Jeff Taylor pulled his sophomore quarterback aside for some words of encouragement following a long night on the gridiron.

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WILSONVILLE — Despite its 19-0 loss Friday night at home to top-ranked Heppner, the Toledo High School football team earned a measure of respect from Class 2A coaches throughout the state.

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The News-Times will regularly publish standings for all Oregon School Activities Association sports leagues in which Lincoln County Schools participate throughout the school year.

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WILSONVILLE — Cascade Christian maintained its No. 1 ranking Wednesday when the Oregon School Activities Association announced results of its weekly Class 3A football coaches poll.

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WILSONVILLE — The Oregon School Activities Association announced on Tuesday results of the first in-season 4A coaches football poll.

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WALDPORT — Sometimes the box score doesn’t tell the full story.

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TOLEDO — The Heppner Mustangs on Friday night put up the kind of score expected from a program that earned the top ranking in the first 2A statewide coaches poll. And although Heppner High School posted a 19-0 blanking of Toledo before a large crowd of vocal Boomer boosters at Jack Dahl Stad…

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TILLAMOOK — Newport High School senior Aliya Larsen was the top Oregon finisher during the 5,000-meter 4A-1A varsity girls event at the Ultimook cross-country race Saturday at Hydrangea Ranch. A pair of top-10 performances from seniors Sam Laurel and James Lackey lifted the Cubs boys to a fo…

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The Toledo High School volleyball team’s sweep of non-league foe Kennedy highlighted four matches played Sept. 2 that featured local schools.

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The News-Times expects to regularly publish standings for all Oregon School Activities Association sports leagues in which Lincoln County schools participate throughout the school year.

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The News-Times plans to compile game results from the previous weekend for schools ranked in the weekly Oregon School Activities Associate football coaches polls, and publish those scores in each Wednesday edition of the paper during the regular season.

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Both Newport High School and Siletz Valley Early College academy lost high school football games last weekend the News-Times was unable to attend.

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A Newport composite team played host last weekend in the first Oregon Interscholastic Cycling League event of the season, accommodating two days of youth races Saturday and Sunday for cyclists ranging from sixth grade to high school aged at the Newport Gnarnia race.

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SEASIDE — The Newport/Eddyville Charter girls soccer team collected a 4A nonconference shutout win in its first match of the season Aug. 31, a 1-0 blanking of the Seaside Seagulls on Tuesday evening at Broadway Field.