PORTLAND – Hours before one of the major wrestling matches of his life, McMinnville 195-pounder Brian Barnes had more pressing issues than his state final against the weight class’ No. 1 seed, ...


State Wrestling: Acuff, Reyes, Howard triumph at Class 3A

PORTLAND – Vale 138-pounder Javier Gonzalez stood by the scorer’s table, his face a bloody mess, and surely wondered if anyone had caught the license plate number of the freight train that ...

Sports writers, coach speak at sports journalism symposium

Linfield College hosted its first ever Sports Journalism Symposium last Thursday, showcasing Sports Illustrated reporters Chris Ballard and Lindsay Schnell, as well as decorated player and Linfield baseball head coach Scott Brosius.

Linfield softball posts series victory against Lewis & Clark

The News-Register staff PORTLAND – The Wildcats were all set to wrap up another perfect weekend on the softball diamond in the nightcap of Sunday’s doubleheader against Lewis & Clark. The ...

State Wrestling: Barnes, Nelson lead Grizz to best-ever finish

PORTLAND – Hours before one of the major wrestling matches of his life, McMinnville 195-pounder Brian Barnes had more pressing issues than his state final against the weight class’ No. 1 seed, ...

Bernards, Dayton boys take care of Umatilla

DAYTON – In their first game since their only loss of the season, the Dayton boys got back to doing what they do best. Pouring in points. Despite difficulties on defense, the Pirates crushed the ...

Amity girls overtake Umatilla in first round

AMITY - Victoria Howard had watched enough of the Sidney Webb show. Webb scored 19 points points to stake visiting Umatilla to an eight-point halftime lead in a first round OSAA Class 3A Girls’ ...

Spink, Dayton girls lock down Colton

DAYTON – The Pirates left no dobut about their place in the pecking order of Class 3A girls basketball in Saturday’s OSAA State Championship first round game against Colton. A 24-5 first quarter ...

Nelson, Amity boys upset Rogue River

ROGUE RIVER – The Amity Warriors needed a good game to advance over Rogue River in Friday’s OSAA Class 3A State Championship first round game. They played more than a good game – they ...

Western Mennonite boys, girls headed to Pendleton

LINCOLN – The Western Mennonite Pioneers shot in front of familiar rims and backboards Friday night, and the visiting Imbler Panthers didn’t stand a chance. No. 7 Western Mennonite shot 61.1 ...

Prep basketball playoff brackets

Boys basketballOSAA Class 6A state playoffs, first roundNo. 32 Centennial at No. 1 West Linn, today, 7 p.m.No. 17 Lincoln at No. 16 Sheldon, today, 7 p.m.No. 24 Westview at No. 9 Lake Oswego, today, 7 ...

Myrick, Y-C boys vault into 4A state playoffs

JUNCTION CITY – Late-game heroics are nothing new to Yamhill-Carlton’s Tanner Myrick. Myrick, a junior guard, made a game-deciding three-pointer with three seconds remaining to lift the Tigers ...

Still on his Feet: The Oregon Sports Power Rankings roots for all No. 16 seeds

Oregon State wraps up a pair of Pac-12 titles

Yamhill County wrestlers rock, roll in finals

McMinnville finishes 4th in Class 6A division

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

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

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

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