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A crowd of Dayton players welcomes Sierra Ray to home plate following her walk-off grand slam in Monday’s 7-3 defeat of the Banks Braves in Dayton.

Walking off in style

Ray, Pirates slam the door on Banks

McMinnville trumps McKay in track dual meet

SALEM – McMinnville track and field began Class 6A Greater Valley Conference competition with a dual-meet sweep of McKay Wednesday night at McKay High School. The Grizzlies defeated the Royal Scots ...

Mac softball walks off against Skyhawks

Amity splits twinbill with Blanchet Catholic; Dayton falls to Newport

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West Valley League schools break the ice in Dayton

DAYTON – Shaking off the rust, getting the wheels turning – there are plenty of metaphors for the act of beginning the season. The Class 3A West Valley league’s track teams call it breaking ...

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Spink named 3A girls basketball POY

Seven area players, Dayton coach Spink honored by state’s Class 3A coaches

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Anchors Aweigh

Pirates open softball season with offensive outbursts against Rainier, Cascade

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Amity, Dayton boys basketball players receive Class 3A all-state honors

Hop named 3A state Coach of the Year; Horizon’s Pihas named POY

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Statewide acclaim

Dayton Middle School and Dayton High School students and members of the community packed the Dayton High gymnasium to celebrate the schools’ boys and girls basketball teams, which won their respective ...

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First, Pirates upset touted Vikings; next, Dayton takes home state title

COOS BAY – It had been a slow start for Teddi Hop, but the Dayton junior was making up for lost time in a hurry. In Friday’s Class 3A girls basketball state semifinal game against Vale, Hop ...

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Flowers leads Dayton boys to fourth state championship in school history

COOS BAY – In the summer of 2011, a skinny, 6-foot eighth-grader from Houston arrived in Dayton to spend time with family members and play summer-league basketball. D.J. Flowers was playing basketball ...

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Day Two: Class 3A state basketball championships

Dayton boys, girls make 3A state title games; Warriors girls headed to consolation final; Amity boys eliminated by Creswell in morning session

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Sheridan senior Justin Acuff (in yellow and blue) pinned Hoyer Deleon of Nyssa in 2 minutes, 53 seconds in the 3A 138-pound quarterfinals Friday, Feb. 27 at Veterans Memorial Coliseum in Portland. Acuff pinned all of his opponents on his way to the Class 3A 138-pound state title, his third.

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 ...

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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 ...

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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 ...

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Grizzlies set table for stellar Saturday

Class 3A seeded wrestlers hold strong; Dayton suffers setback

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