It’s more than just getting dirty for mud racers of Willamina

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It’s more than just getting dirty for mud racers of Willamina

2016 All-Valley Boys Track and Field Athletes of the Year

Hollywood at Hayward: A battle of brothers and a surprise state champion made the truth better than any fiction at the 2016 OSAA Track and Field State Championships

Mechals, Swenson shine amongst Oregon’s All-Stars

CORVALLIS - Despite all the awards and recognition showered upon the players selected for the Oregon All-Star Series held at Coleman Field in Corvallis, for some players it’s about more than meerly ...

Shorthanded Grizzlies drop two to Clackamas

In any developmental league such as the Oregon Independent Baseball Association, growing pains are expected. With five regular starters away at football camp, McMinnville endured those struggles in a recent ...

Life on the Bayou

While seemingly everything has changed at McMinnville’s public golf course, there’s been one constant: Jim Crowell

Marshall makes cut at Oakmont, finishes 61st

After a grinding eight days of golf at one of the nation’s toughest courses, Carlton resident Matt Marshall stood on the 18th tee box Sunday and soaked it all in. “There’s so many people ...

Racing for a good cause

Cyclists depart from Grain Station Brew Works for the cycling portion of the 15th Annual Run Walk Ride, held by McMinnville Area Habitat for Humanity on Saturday. Nearly 100 racers signed up for one of ...

Family Focused

Youth activities key to solid financial footing for resurgent shooting club

Dayton’s Hill is 3A Player of the YearY

Eleven softballers honored with All-State selections; two Pirates make 3A baseball team

2016 Athlete of the Year: Girls Track and Field

Confessions of a champion thrower: Amity’s McShane chats about life, love and throwing heavy objects as she prepares to join Oregon State track program

Designing a dome

District travels to Texas to evaluate new concept for replacement gym

Biker girls in Wine Country

Cycle Oregon hosted its first women’s event, “Joyride,” at Stoller Family Estate on Saturday. Hundreds of women took part in the sold-out event, cycling between 17 and 60 miles through ...

Open Bound

Carlton resident, winery owner Matt Marshall qualifies for U.S. Open

Aponte off to Iowa Wesleyan

Sheridan senior lands big scholarship to set for Tigers

Silver sluggers

Rainier thwarts Dayton softball’s comeback attempt in Friday’s OSAA Class 3A state final

Catch your wave

Dayton slips past Pleasant Hill to return to 3A softball state title game today

End of the road

Big sixth inning for Crusaders stops Grizzlies during 6A state playoff run

Good luck charms

Warriors’ youth comes through in state playoff victory over Cavaliers

High school state hammer championships held in Newberg

‘The more we have stuff like this, the bigger it will become’

Xthona pulls off distance double for Yamhill-Carlton in 4A state championships

Schmidt, Davis compete in first state track championships

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