No hurdle too high for McMinnville’s Scanlon in dream senior season


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Aldridge to leave Portland, sign with San Antonio

Deal reportedly worth $80 million over four years

Trail Blazers bring Aminu into fold

By JOHN KRAWCZYNSKI Of the AP The Portland Trail Blazers appear to be entering a period of change, so one of general manager Neil Olshey’s first calls during free agency went to a familiar face. The ...

Boston 2024? Organizers detail Olympics plan

By JIMMY GOLEN and PHILIP MARCELO Of the AP BOSTON — The group trying to bring the 2024 Olympics to Boston released the most detailed look yet at its bid for the Summer Games on Monday, unveiling ...

UCF athletic director Stansbury hired at OSU

CORVALLIS — Todd Stansbury, the athletic director at Central Florida for more than three years, was named athletic director at Oregon State on Thursday. Stansbury begins his new job in Corvallis, ...

At Chambers Bay, a stunning U.S. Open finish

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Whitney a track star in the making

By PAT GRAHAM Of the AP Sprinter Kaylin Whitney is quick at everything she does, with the exception of cleaning her room. What teenager doesn’t have to be reminded a time or two to tidy things ...

Spieth a young man with a keen sense of history

UNIVERSITY PLACE, Wash. — Jordan Spieth loves golf history, which is appropriate for someone quickly becoming part of it.

Spieth was a freshman at Texas when he first went to St. Andrews with the rest of the Walker Cup team. They played the Old Course, soaked up the vibe at the home of golf and then headed north for their matches at Royal Aberdeen.

Stenson, Johnson start strong at Chambers Bay

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Chicago downs Lightning to secure Stanley Cup

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James' 40 puts Cavs up 2-1 on Golden State

By TOM WITHERS  Of the AP CLEVELAND (AP) — LeBron James is doing more than ever. With the Cavaliers missing two All-Stars, he has no choice. “I'm so outside the box right now,” ...

Local Sports

2015 Boys Track Athlete of the Year

No hurdle too high for McMinnville’s Scanlon in dream senior season

McMinnville wrestling program remains without head coach

Mat club, middle-school wrestling gaining traction

Aldridge to leave Portland, sign with San Antonio

Deal reportedly worth $80 million over four years

Trail Blazers bring Aminu into fold

By JOHN KRAWCZYNSKI Of the AP The Portland Trail Blazers appear to be entering a period of change, so one of general manager Neil Olshey’s first calls during free agency went to a familiar face. The ...

Pin Points

BowlingWalnut City LanesMixed League Thursday Summer Seniors; June 25, 2015: TEAMHigh game scratch: Swingers, 499.High series scratch: The Friends, 1371.MEN High game scratch: Johnnie Williams, 206; ...

Senior Golf Scores

McMinnville Senior Men’s Golf Bayou Golf Club, McMinnville, June 26LD (Super Senior): Bob UrwinKP No. 3: Barry BinghamKP No. 7: Ted HenryLP No. 9: Ray YoderLow Gross No. 1: Larry Bennett, 41LG No. ...

2015 Girls Track Athlete of the Year

McShane doubles up on state throwing prowess

Yamhill County wrestlers pace Team Oregon

Dailey brings home three regional titles; Acuff, Abeyta shine

Boston 2024? Organizers detail Olympics plan

By JIMMY GOLEN and PHILIP MARCELO Of the AP BOSTON — The group trying to bring the 2024 Olympics to Boston released the most detailed look yet at its bid for the Summer Games on Monday, unveiling ...

Dayton’s Ashley named all-state

Dayton junior Jarred Ashley was the lone OSAA Class 3A baseball player from Yamhill County selected to a 3A all-state team, as voted on by coaches across Oregon. Ashley received first-team all-state honors ...

Full throttle in Willamina

Open class gets wild at Mud Drags

Willamina Mud Drags results

WILLAMINA MUD DRAGS June 27, 2015 TROPHY WINNERS   OPEN CLASS 1st: Bob Ireton of Kelso, WA (Scorpion Racing) 2nd: Rick Gandee of Lebanon 3rd: Mondo Ojeda of Lafayette (Lead Foot Racing) Trophies ...

Summer track competition heats up

Local athletes aspire to regional berths at meet at Maxwell Field

2015 Softball Athlete of the Year

Hill keeps cool under pressure at the hot corner for title-winning Pirates

Umbenhower, 5 Pirates named all-state

Five members of the Dayton softball team and Pirates coach Rob Umbenhower were honored by softball coaches across the state of Oregon with OSAA Class 3A all-state honors. Senior catcher Cooper Ringnalda ...

Robinson Construction hammers Hyder Family Dental

Defense remains work in progress for young Grizzlies

USATF Junior Olympic track meet on tap today

Paterson picked up by Cincinnati

Good housekeeping at Y-C

Community members renovate Laughlin Field

Pin Points

BowlingWalnut City LanesMixed League Thursday Summer Seniors; June 11, 2015:TEAMHigh game scratch: Oopsters, 491.High series scratch: The Friends, 1409.MEN High game scratch: Clyde Reed, 227; Paul Green, ...

2015 Baseball Athlete of the Year

Brosius delivers during Mac’s dream season

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