Lukas Eggen

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CLASS 2A FOOTBALL: Pirates embrace independent season

PERRYDALE — In a football game that featured a combined 58 points in the first half, it was Perrydale’s defense that came up big in the second half, posting a shutout.

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CLASS 5A CROSS-COUNTRY: Unfinished business

McBeth, Hartford qualify for state championships

CORVALLIS — Moments after finishing in fourth place at the Mid-Willamette Conference Championships in Corvallis on Oct. 22, Central sophomore Abby McBeth had a smile on her face.

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COLLEGE FOOTBALL: Revis coming up big for Wolves

Redshirt freshman sees playing time on offense, returns and field goal units

MONMOUTH — The big play. The moment that defines a game and can decide whether a team wins or loses.

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CLASS 5A PREP CROSS-COUNTRY: Dallas sees season end

Boys, girls compete at conference championships in Corvallis

CORVALLIS — As Dallas’ boys and girls cross-country teams competed at the Mid-Willamette Conference Championships on Oct. 22, it was never about contending for a berth to the state cross-country meet. Instead, the Dragons looked to compete well at Crystal Lake Sports Park in Corvallis.

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All in the family

Soccer helps bring players, family together

INDEPENDENCE — Central High girls soccer coach Joe Orozco is dreading the end of the season — but not because it signals the end of fall soccer for the Panthers.

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CLASS 5A CROSS-COUNTRY: Central girls team eyes trip to state meet

Panthers likely to battle for the third and final team qualifying spot

INDEPENDENCE — Central cross-country coach Eli Cirino knew he had a tough day ahead of him. After watching the Panthers’ girls and boys teams take second and third, respectively, at Mid-Willamette Conference meet at Central on Oct. 15, Cirino spent the evening making his final decisions for varsity rosters for the MWC Championships scheduled Wednesday (today) at Crystal Lake Sports Park in Corvallis.

DHS auction returns

DALLAS — A tradition returns when the Dallas High School Booster Club hosts its annual fundraising Auction on Saturday at the Col. James Nesmith Readiness Center in Dallas. Tickets cost $30 and can be purchased at the door.

Senior brings the ‘D’

Nelson began playing soccer in sixth grade

PERRYDALE — When Perrydale senior Emily Nelson steps onto the soccer field, she’s not looking to make friends.

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CLASS 5A PREP FOOTBALL: Turnovers doom Dragons

Road loss puts Dallas on outside looking in for state playoffs

CORVALLIS — It had the makings of a perfect Hollywood ending.

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CLASS 5A PREP FOOTBALL: Panthers fall flat against Silverton

Central faces another big game, chance to clinch league’s No. 2 seed

INDEPENDENCE — What was billed as a showdown turned into a rout as Central lost to Silverton 38-6 in Mid-Willamette Conference football on Friday.

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