Lukas Eggen

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Couple brings giving back to the forefront

There’s a saying common among CrossFit members: Come for the fitness, stay for the community.

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CENTRAL BOYS TENNIS: Cable falls in consolation finals at state tournament

PORTLAND — Central senior Kevin Cable knew he had a tough draw to open the 5A boys state tennis tournament on Thursday.

PREP SOFTBALL: Dragons to host first round game

DALLAS — It wasn’t the way they imagined, but Dallas’ softball team got over the play-in hump and advanced to the first round. Now, the Dragons hope this is just the beginning of its postseason success.

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PREP TRACK AND FIELD: Dallas places in eight events

EUGENE — For some, arriving at the state track and field meet for the first time can be intimidating.

PREP BASEBALL: Dragons ready for first round matchup against Kingsmen

DALLAS — Dallas’ baseball team will hit the road for the first round of the state playoffs.

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DALLAS BOYS TENNIS: Gniadecki downs Larson, places third at state

PORTLAND — It seemed almost inevitable it would come to this. Dallas senior Thomas Gniadecki was one match away from taking third place at the OSAA 5A state tennis championships on Saturday.

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PREP TRACK AND FIELD: Panthers soak in moment

EUGENE — The deafening silence in the moments before the starting gun fires. The roar of the crowd as runners race toward the finish or jumpers unleash a gigantic leap.

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PREP TRACK AND FIELD: Pirates see all athletes place at state

EUGENE — For all but one of Perrydale’s state qualifiers, the 1A state track and field meet on Thursday and Friday at Hayward Field was a final chance to end their high school career with a bang.

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CENTRAL BASEBALL: Panthers eliminated

INDEPENDENCE — Central’s baseball team was eliminated in the state play-in round after losing to Eagle Point 8-1 on Friday.

FALLS CITY TRACK AND FIELD: Falls City duo earn state bids

PORTLAND — Falls City’s track and field teams saw two athletes book their trip to state during the Special District 1 championships on Friday and Saturday in Portland.

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