Lukas Eggen

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Mannen’s legacy

Paul Mannen left a mark that won’t be forgotten

Officially, Paul Mannen served as athletics director at Dallas High School for three years.

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COLLEGE SOFTBALL: WOU clinches spot in championships

PORTLAND — With a spot in the Great Northwest Athletic Conference softball tournament on the line, Western Oregon responded in a big way, winning three of four against Concordia. The Wolves won a doubleheader on April 20, winning 4-3 and 2-1 in the team’s home finale. The Wolves split with Concordia on Thursday, winning 4-2 before falling 5-0.

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CENTRAL GIRLS TENNIS: Smith works to overcome doubts

INDEPENDENCE — It seemed like smooth sailing for Central junior Kylie Smith. She cruised to a 4-1 lead in the first set of her girls tennis match against South Albany’s Lacey McLellan on April 20.

DALLAS TRACK AND FIELD: Dallas trio primed for final push to state

DALLAS — With the Mid-Willamette Conference district track and field meet quickly approaching, Dallas’ boys and girls track and field teams have their sights set on a strong showing.

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DALLAS BASEBALL: Kessler embraces multiple roles

DALLAS — Freshman Eric Kessler was confident he could make a strong case for earning a spot on Dallas’ varsity baseball squad.

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PERRYDALE BASEBALL: Pirates find silver lining during difficult season

PERRYDALE — For almost as long as he’s been in school, Perrydale senior Keenan Bailey couldn’t wait until high school to get his shot to leave an athletic legacy for the Pirates.

Dallas softball game postponed

CORVALLIS – Dallas softball team's game at Crescent Valley has been postponed until April 28. The game was originally scheduled for this afternoon.

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Priebe finds calling in Jiu Jitsu

DALLAS — Daniel Priebe was living the life — or so he thought.

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PREP SOFTBALL: Dallas tops Central

Dragons rebound after first

INDEPENDENCE — It took a rivalry game to snap Dallas’ softball team out of a mini funk. The Dragons defeated Central 8-2 on Friday, breaking a two-game losing streak after opening the week with a 4-2 loss to Silverton on April 12.

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FALLS CITY TRACK AND FIELD: Macnab making up for lost time

FALLS CITY — It was during a break at Falls City’s track and field team’s first meet on March 17 that Kings Valley senior Ryan Macnab questioned what he was doing.

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