Wilsonville, OR Sports

52 points, 558 yards — Liberty’s offense keeps humming against McMinnville as Falcons eye Pacific Conference title

They’re certainly impressive. And those numbers don’t like. But, still, the Liberty football team is anything but satisfied — even with the imposing numbers. The Falcons, playing the role of perfectionists, are still looking to get better, despite rolling up 558 yards of total offense in their 52-34 win over McMinnville in a Pacific Conference game played Friday in front of a homecoming crowd at Liberty High School in Hillsboro.
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Shorthanded Cougs Drop Rematches to West Linn, St. Mary’s

For the latest Canby sports updates, follow Cougar Country, Hometown Sports Coverage from The Canby Current, on Twitter @CougarCountryOR. A shorthanded (or is it “shortpawed”?) Canby Cougar volleyball squad struggled this week in Three Rivers League play, dropping rematches to St. Mary’s Academy and the first-ranked West Linn Lions. Canby...
Houston Chronicle

Dash spoil an opportunity to clinch playoff spot with loss to Thorns

The biggest goal for the Dash since the beginning of the 2021 preseason has been to qualify for the playoffs for the first time in franchise history. Finally, on Sunday night and eight months after they reported to Houston to start getting in shape, the Dash had an opportunity to achieve that goal.

Special Olympics Oregon Raises Over $99,000 With Online Celebration

Portland, OR. Special Olympics Oregon (SOOR) held its ‘Breakfast of Champions’ on October 13th. Money raised will support Special Olympic athletes’ participation in programs such as Unified Champion Schools, athletic events across the state, access to wellness programs, social engagement, and more. Special Olympic athletes are looking forward to having...

Linfield football shows once again it’s the model of consistent winning as streak extends to 65 seasons

McMINNVILLE — For more than half a century, Saturdays here at Maxwell Field haven’t changed all that much. Sure, Linfield’s gridiron has seen its share of renovations. In 2004, the Division III university put $1.4 million into the stadium, adding synthetic turf, video displays, lights and a press box. It modernized the place, which first opened in 1928, but it didn’t really change the heart of it.

Pilots Sweep Their Races at American Lake Fall Classic

LAKEWOOD, Wash. -- The Portland Pilots rowing team saw two boats win their respective varsity eight races and another win the varsity four at the American Lake Fall Classic in Lakewood. The first varsity eight raced against three other teams -- the Seattle Redhawks, the Pacific Lutheran Lutes and the...

Javier Ramirez-Perez, Daschel Smith help South Salem edge Bend in shootout; several Lava Bears miss game because of COVID-19 issues

The last of Javier Ramirez-Perez’s three rushing touchdowns, a one-yard run with 1:52 left, lifted the Saxons over the Lava Bears at Bend High School’s Punk Hunnell Stadium. Seve Castillo passed for four touchdowns and ran for two for the Lava Bears (2-5, 0-4 Mountain Valley Conference). Castillo’s final touchdown...

Linfield University breaks its own college football record for consecutive winning seasons

“The Streak” lives on at Linfield University, an NCAA Division III university with campuses in McMinnville and Portland, Oregon. With its 52-23 win over Pacific University (Ore.) on Saturday, the Linfield Wildcats moved to 5-0 on the season and guaranteed themselves a 65th consecutive winning season. “The Streak” began in 1956 and is the longest in the history of college football in any division or at any level. Linfield completed its 64th winning season in 2019 but had its 2020 season cancelled because to the pandemic.
East Oregonian

OSAA is going digital with playoff tickets

WILSONVILLE — The Oregon School Activities Association is going digital with tickets to all postseason events. Starting with fall playoffs — football, volleyball, soccer and cross-country — fans can go online and purchase their tickets in advance for events. They then will show their e-ticket at the gate when arriving for the event.

Pilots Win Three Sets Straight in Comeback Over USF

PORTLAND, Ore.---Chelsey Harmon, Noelani Helm, and Alyssa Muraoka each registered new single-match records with 16 kills, 30 assists, and 15 digs, respectively, and the Pilots rallied from a two-set deficit to beat the San Francisco Dons 3-2 in a West Coast Conference volleyball match at the Chiles Center on Saturday afternoon.

New Era, New Attitude: Pilot Rowing Ready to Take the Leap

PORTLAND, Ore. – Over the past year and a half, there hasn't been a single college sport that hasn't been negatively affected by the COVID-19 pandemic. Events were canceled, student-athletes were rendered unable to play and all sorts of other obstacles emerged due to unforeseen circumstances that have forced the whole world to adjust.