Robert Husseman/News-RegisterLarry Doty instructs campers on proper jumpshot follow-through during a classroom session.

Still on his Feet: Larry Doty and his no-bummer summer

Linfield’s former men’s basketball coach finds opportunity in retirement

Two-wheeled tourism

Cycle Oregon’s weekend ride leads bikers throughout rural Yamhill County

When the sun beats down on Yamhill County

With temperatures expected to spike, cyclists need to be prepared on the roads

Courtesy of Heather Hughes
LEFT TO RIGHT: Taryn Hunt of Grand Ronde, Hannah Hughes of Willamina, Brooke France of Willamina and Sierra Bowlin of Dayton won the 13-14 girls 4x100-meter relay at the Hershey’s Track and Field Games Oregon State Finals, held June 28 in Eugene. The foursome qualified for the Hershey’s Track and Field Games North American Final, held in Hershey, Pennsylvania, on August 2.

Local athletes compete at State Games

Relay team of Dayton, Willamina girls wins state championship

Robert Husseman/News-RegisterThe white tees on the 12th hole at Chehalem Glenn Golf Club in Newberg have been moved up 218 yards.

Bombs away at Chehalem Glenn

With playability in mind, two holes are altered at the tee boxes

Valve cover racers compete in Willamina

Sixteen racers entered in Youth and Adult classes

Sports Fan: U.S. Men's National Team lacked aggressiveness

Young team may be outstanding ... in 4 years

Hyder Family Dental endures road woes

Grizzlies win one, lose three at Bend tournament

Area track athletes excel at Oregon state championships

Four individual champs crowned in five events

Courtesy of Karina TaylorMcMinnville High School graduate Karina Elstrom competed in the pole vault for the University of Oregon from 1997 to 2001. She has the 10th-highest clearance in the school’s history.

New heights

Karina Elstrom paved the way for women’s pole vaulters in Oregon

Bowling scores: July 4, 2014

Results from Walnut City Lanes, McMinnville

Golf Scores: July 4, 2014

Results from Cross Creek, Bayou

Sports Fan: College to MLB: Hard road to fame and fortune

Oregon college players have tough time getting to the Show ... and staying up there

Robert Husseman/News-RegisterRunners break from the starting line at the Miller Woods Trail Race on Saturday.

A muddy walk in the woods

Miller Woods Trail Race turns wet and wild in first-ever running

Rodeo promises Western fun

St. Paul Rodeo enters its 79th year

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