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EUGENE — Toby Ruston of Dallas High School clinched an eighth-place podium finish at the state championship cross-country meet on Saturday at Lane Community College to finish out his 2019 cross-country season.

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CORVALLIS —— The Central Panthers cross-country season wrapped up on Saturday at the Mid-Willamette Conference district meet at Crystal Lake Sports Park.

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PERRYDALE —— The Perrydale Pirates volleyball team is headed to the state championships this weekend at Days Creek Charter School, following a 3-0 victory at Mohawk on Saturday.

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DALLAS — The Dallas Dragons football team snapped a six-year losing streak to Central High School on Friday night, when the team clinched a 56-17 Polk County rivalry victory against the Panthers.

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ALBANY — The Central Panthers cross-country team competed against three other teams in the final regular league meet of the season at Timer Linn Park on Oct. 23 before the district league meet on Sat.

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The Panthers football team played against the Corvallis Spartans on Friday night and fell 28-21. Battling a 21-7 score at halftime, the team fought to make up the margin. This Friday is the annual Polk County rivalry at Dallas High School. Kick-off is set for 7 p.m.

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INDEPENDENCE — Over the weekend, the Perrydale Pirates volleyball team secured its spot in playoffs after a 3-1 victory against CrossHill Christian and a 3-0 loss to St. Paul on Saturday at Central High School.

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INDEPENDENCE — Playing into overtime in the third set, the Dallas Dragons volleyball team managed to break away in the nick of time and claim the 30-28 set and 3-0 victory at Central High School on Oct. 17. Senior Hailey Van Well, of Dallas, (10-12 overall, 6-8 Mid-Willamette Conference) dug…

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SALEM — Helping senior AJ Shafer of Dallas get a personal record for the first time this season was the goal for Wednesday’s cross-country meet at Bush Park in Salem.

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DALLAS — Failing to find a consistent pace on the court, the Dragons volleyball team suffered a week of marginal losses as it closed out its first half of the season.

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MONMOUTH – Continuing with the momentum from the victory at Central Washington on Sept. 28 that snapped a 21-year losing streak, the Western Oregon University Wolves football team clinched a 51-14 victory against Simon Fraser on Saturday.

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DALLAS — It was another successful night under the lights for the Dragons football team.

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FALLS CITY — With a game punctuated by a triple overtime battle, the Falls City High School Mountaineers football team opened up conference play on Friday night by winning 44-38 against the Waldport Irish.

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CORVALLIS — Sophie Bliss might have been tired from her cross-country workouts this week, but the sophomore from Central High School  crossed the finish line with a smile on her face.

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DALLAS – The Dallas High School Dragons volleyball team celebrated a victorious week, shutting North Salem (1-11 overall, 0-7 Mid-Willamette Conference) down 3-0 on Tuesday, followed by a 3-0 victory against Lebanon on Thursday.

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INDEPENDENCE — Picking up just two points for the game on a safety, the Central Panthers football team was defeated 35-2 against West Albany on Friday night.

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PERRYDALE — Even with its starting quarterback out due to injury, the Perrydale Pirates football team nabbed a 52-14 victory against the Riddle Irish on Friday night.

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INDEPENDENCE – The Central High School Panthers battled for a 3-1 win against Lebanon on Sept. 10 – a win that almost didn’t happen.

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DALLAS — The Dallas Dragons High School Football team started the season off with an explosive 58-13 victory against South Albany on Friday.

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DALLAS — Last year, the first under head coach Andy Jackson, the culture for the Dallas Dragons football team was about raising expectations of performance on and off the field.