Justin Acuff competes for his third state wrestling title this weekend, but the one that got away is the one he cannot shake

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Yamhill County wrestlers rock, roll in finals

McMinnville finishes 4th in Class 6A division

Grizzlies set table for stellar Saturday

Class 3A seeded wrestlers hold strong; Dayton suffers setback

Seniors set the tone

McMillan, Grizzlies pull away to win season finale

Amity's girls overtake Umatilla in the first round

AMITY - Amity overcame an eight-point halftime deficit and outscored visiting Umatilla, 9-1, in the closing minutes to defeat the Vikings, 57-52, in a first round OSAA Class 3A Girls' Basketball Tournament ...

Dayton drops Umatilla in first round

Amity, Western Mennonite advance to finals sites; Y-C makes 4A bracket

Putting the team on their shoulders

Grizz seniors lead in victory over Sprague; team to face S. Medford in 6A state playoffs

Pin points: Feb. 27, 2015

Bowling scores from Walnut City Lanes, McMinnville

Product of the West Valley

Justin Acuff competes for his third state wrestling title this weekend, but the one that got away is the one he cannot shake

Anderson, Bernards lead WVL all-leaguers

Spink, Hop named Coaches of the Year

Willamina volleyball coach Zimbrick resigns

Resignation comes after Zimbrick accepts Willamina superintendent job

Haddeland shuts out Lutes

Linfield baseball ace pitcher Chris Haddeland was a preseason All-American. Saturday afternoon, he showed Pacific Lutheran University why. Haddeland spread out seven hits without a walk as he went the ...

Bink and you'll miss him

Grizzlies senior Binkerd paces McMinnville swimmers at OSAA state championships

Nine is fine: Grizzlies ride high at districts

Flores, Crowston, Nelson win SD5 championships

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Need to fire a coach? Wait until after the season is complete

Championship calibration

Yamhill County schools combine to send 25 wrestlers to state tournament

Saxons smother Grizz in second half

SALEM – In a hostile environment at South Salem High School, McMinnville boys basketball controlled the tempo and executed with precision in building a 28-15 halftime lead. Ten second-half turnovers ...

The agony and the ecstasy

Stull, Nelson shoot Amity into 3A state playoffs; Horizon Christian hands Dayton first loss of season

W. Mennonite girls win TRC playoffs; boys make state

Gibb's double-double keeps Lady Pios unbeaten against TRC opponents

Hop in their steps

Pirates force overtime, outlast Warriors to claim WVL playoff title

Titans clean up glass, Grizz

Offensive rebounds, second-chance points cost McMinnville on the road

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