With vim and vigor, Dayton graduate and pediatric cancer survivor Cooper Ringnalda led the Pirates to lasting success


AP Sports

Trouble in the water at Rio Olympic sites

By BRAD BROOKS and JENNY BARCHFIELD Of the AP RIO DE JANEIRO (AP) — The waters where Olympians will compete in swimming and boating events next summer in South America’s first games are rife ...

Beavers more reliant on Barrs-Woods

By DAN GREENSPAN Of the AP BURBANK, California — Oregon State running back Storm Barrs-Woods is going to be busy this fall. The Beavers are one of the youngest teams in college football, returning ...

Johnson wins wild Open Championship in playoff

By DOUG FERGUSON Of the AP ANDREWS, Scotland— Zach Johnson cradled the silver claret jug in his arms. Jordan Spieth let it slip through his fingers. Spieth was right where he wanted to be in his ...

Thunder match Blazers’ 4-year offer for Kanter

By CLIFF BRUNT Of the AP OKLAHOMA CITY— The Thunder will keep Enes Kanter after matching an offer sheet by the Portland Trail Blazers on Sunday. Oklahoma City acquired the center in a trade with ...

Spieth enters British Open with momentum

By DOUG FERGUSON Of the AP ST. ANDREWS, Scotland— There was no escaping Jordan Spieth even before he arrived Monday at St. Andrews to resume his pursuit of the Grand Slam. Behind the practice ...

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

By DOUG FERGUSON Of the AP UNIVERSITY PLACE, Washington — Another major for Jordan Spieth. Another stunning loss for Dustin Johnson. Chambers Bay delivered heart-stopping drama Sunday in the U.S. ...

Local Sports

Catch the action?

2015 Yamhill County Fair Rodeo results and photos

Panthers third in sevens

Local rugby squads see sevens season end in playoffs

The bearable lightness of being

With vim and vigor, Dayton graduate and pediatric cancer survivor Cooper Ringnalda led the Pirates to lasting success

Can we buff out those scratches?

Photos from the Yamhill County Fair demolition derby

Clark, East fall to West in Shrine Game

McMinnville High wrestlers Abeyta, Barnes compete at national meet

Sports Briefs

McMinnville High provides physicals Free sports physicals will be provided to prospective McMinnville High School athletes at 6 p.m. Wednesday, Aug. 5, at McMinnville High, in conjunction with Yamhill ...

Y-C Soccer Club wins Major League Soccer contest

Announcement made at halftime of MLS All-Star game in Colorado

Locals highlight Yamhill County Fair Rodeo

Among the hundreds of top-flight cowboys and cowgirls competing in the rodeo competition sat this year’s Yamhill County Fair are a number of the county’s own. The rodeo, sanctioned by the ...

Community Sports

Golf Scores and Pin Points

Beavers more reliant on Barrs-Woods

By DAN GREENSPAN Of the AP BURBANK, California — Oregon State running back Storm Barrs-Woods is going to be busy this fall. The Beavers are one of the youngest teams in college football, returning ...

Y-C Soccer Club receives MLS grant

Contest dependent upon online voting

Wild Rides in Willamina

WILLAMINA MUD DRAGS July 25, 2015 TROPHY WINNERS   OPEN CLASS 1st: Jeremy Schutte, Lafayette, Lead Foot Racing 2nd: Bob Ireton, Kelso, Wash., Scorpion Racing 3rd: Mondo Ojeda, Lafayette, Lead ...

NWC scholar-athletes honored

Nine students from local high schools among conference’s academic selections

Holladay to lead Linfield women’s golf

McMinnville High School graduate Jordan Holladay, a four-year letterman for the Grizzlies’ boys golf team, is taking over the women’s golf program at Linfield, the school announced Friday. Holladay, ...

Sports Briefs

See Ya Later hosts Champions Run The SeeYaLater Foundation will host the Champions Run For Heroes Saturday, Aug. 29 at Joe Dancer Park in McMinnville. Check-in for the 5K run/walk and 1/2-mile kids’ ...

Bound for New England

McMinnville graduate Toth to play NCAA Division I volleyball

Willamina Mud Drags on tap Saturday

The brawniest trucks in Yamhill County and surrounding areas will head to Willamina this weekend for mud drag racing. This season’s second Willamina Mud Drags take place Saturday off Southeast Adams ...

Y-C students shine at national rodeos

ROCK SPRINGS, Wyoming – Yamhill-Carlton rising sophomore Sage O’Loughlin proved herself on one of youth rodeo’s biggest stages last week. O’Loughlin finished ninth in barrel racing ...

Mac karatekas bring home national hardware

FT. LAUDERDALE, Florida – Twelve athletes from the McMinnville karate dojo Mendonca Academy of Martial Arts combined to win 28 medals, including nine golds, at the USA Karate National Championships ...

The original seven-on-seven

Valley Panthers Rugby Club grows the game during summer session practices

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