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INDEPENDENCE — The Central High School Panthers only picked up a total of two runs in their second preseason game against Hillsboro High School on Monday afternoon, losing 13-2.

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MONMOUTH – The Western Oregon University baseball team earned a doubleheader victory at their home field on Saturday against the Concordia Cavaliers, clinching a 7-2 victory for their first game and posting their first shutout of the season to close out the evening 11-0.

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SAN DIEGO — The Western Oregon men’s basketball season came to an end on Friday night when they fell to the Point Loma Sea Lions, 70-58 at Golden Gymnasium in the first round of the NCAA Division II Men’s Basketball West Regional Championships.

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PERRYDALE — The Perrydale Pirates girls basketball team ended the season fifth in the state, and junior point guard Sydney Lawrence was a driving force behind making that happen.

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INDEPENDENCE — Basketball season is over for Brendan Lesmeister, and the senior from Central High School didn’t expect his last three years on the Panthers basketball team to go by so fast.

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Independence — With a swim season plagued by recurring shoulder issues and multiple illnesses, junior Grace Holstad still made it to state in three events.

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DALLAS — Not only did Dallas High School senior Joe Foster come into the wrestling season later than everyone else, he also took second place in the 132-pound bracket at this year’s state tournament with a giant brace on his left leg.

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PITTSBURG—Engaged in a multi-team battle to dethrone the two-time national champs, the Western Oregon University men’s distance medley relay team placed ninth overall while competing at the NCAA DII Indoor Track & Field Championships on Friday.

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PITTSBURG—Closing out her indoor career at the NCAA DII National Championships, Western Oregon University senior Olivia Woods placed fifth overall in the 800-meter run to earn her sixth career All-American honor.

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MONMOUTH — The men’s distance medley relay team from Western Oregon University’s indoor track and field team is going to nationals this year for another shot at repeating All-American performances. 

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MONMOUTH — Olivia Woods will be the lone Wolf on Western Oregon University’s women’s indoor track and field team to be heading to the NCAA DII Indoor Track and Field Championships in Pittsburg, Kansas, on March 8-9, where she will compete in the 800-meters race.

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INDEPENDENCE — Liliana Alvarez is shy as she sits at the table with her mom at Burgerville, drinking a strawberry milkshake.

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INDEPENDENCE — Wrapping up their regular season with a 45-41 win against the Dallas Dragons, the Central Panthers boys basketball team moves on to the first round of playoffs this Friday.

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INDEPENDENCE – The Panthers girls basketball team has punched their ticket to the state playoffs after securing a final 63-45 victory against the Dallas Dragons to end their regular season.

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PERRYDALE – The blowout game against Triangle Lake on Feb. 20 meant just one thing for the Perrydale Pirates girls basketball team: they’re one step closer to making it to the state championships in Baker City.

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PORTLAND—Closing out his indoor season with a runner-up result in Seattle, Western Oregon’s Max Carmona was named the GNAC Indoor Track & Field Runner of the Week, the league announced on Monday.

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PORTLAND — The Dallas Dragons wrestling team finished in third place at the OSAA state wrestling tournament over the weekend, behind Crook County and Crescent Valley.

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PORTLAND — Corbin Sedlacek’s final match at the OSAA 5A state wrestling tournament ended with him getting pinned.

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INDEPENDENCE — Facing the No. 1 ranked team in league, the Panthers girls basketball team dug deep to find the energy needed to compete with the Lebanon Warriors, losing by just six points, 40-34, at home on Feb. 12.

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FALLS CITY — The Mountaineers girls basketball team finished its final regular season game with a 68-22 loss against St. Paul.

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TUALATIN — The day might not have ended up  the way members of the Panthers girls swim team wanted it to, but it still made history.

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PERRYDALE — The Perrydale Pirates boys basketball team wasted no time in establishing a lead over Willamette Valley Christian and outscored them 77-32.

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PERRYDALE — Despite a slow-moving first quarter, the Perrydale Pirates girls basketball team battled against Willamette Valley Christian for a 43-22 blowout victory.

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CRESCENT VALLEY — Participating in a one-day event because of winter weather, the Central High School girls and boys swim team and the Dallas High School boys swim team competed in the 5A Mid-Willamette Valley district swim meet, hosted by Crescent Valley.

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CORVALLIS — The Dallas and Central high school wrestling teams fought hard over the weekend for a place at state at the OSAA 5A Mid-Willamette Conference wrestling district tournament, hosted by Crescent Valley High School.

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With the 5A Mid-Willamette Conference district meet right around the corner, the Central and Dallas High School swim teams finished out their regular season on Jan. 29 at Corvallis with goals in mind for one of their biggest meets of the season.

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Brock Pierce had one goal this wrestling season: don’t get pinned.

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When Cooper Hise walks onto the wrestling mat, the rest of the Dallas High School wrestling team yells out “Coooop” in long, low tones as a show of support for their teammate.

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Over the weekend, sophomore Kimberly Holgate, of Dallas High School, and junior Leslie Torres, of Central High School, competed in the Girls 5A Mid-Willamette Conference Wrestling Districts Tournament, with both girls placing but not advancing to the OSAA 5A State Wrestling Tournament.

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Grabbing 41 votes, the Western Oregon University softball team was picked to repeat its finish in the conference standings by taking third in the GNAC Coaches’ Preseason Poll, the league announced on Thursday.

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With Western Oregon University head baseball coach Kellen Walker back in action from taking time off last season, the Wolves baseball team is gearing up for another successful spring.

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Western Oregon University’s softball team will be hit hard from the get-go with three big series, but head coach Lonny Sargent said he’s feeling good about where the team is at as it edges closer to the start of the season, Feb. 1.