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OSAA BB & SB Championships, June 5
The Dalles won the OSAA 4A State Softball Championship 16-0 over Henley at Jane Sanders Stadium, UO Campus, Eugene, Saturday. Burns/Crane won the 3A title 1-0 over Scio in 12 innings Friday. The 2A/1A championship was won by Grants Union/Prairie over Weston-McEwen/Griswold 10-0 (6) also Friday. On Saturday, Dallas/Perrydale won the 5A title 6-5 (8) over Lebanon and the 6A championship went to Sheldon 1-0 over Oregon City.
Softball team loses state championship on rough call by umpires
A softball team lost the state championship game on Saturday after a rough call by the umpires. Sheldon beat Oregon City 1-0 in the Oregon 6A State Championship at Jane Sanders Stadium in Eugene. The game was scoreless until the bottom of the 7th inning when a wacky play happened with one out. Sheldon’s Brooke... The post Softball team loses state championship on rough call by umpires appeared first on Larry Brown Sports.
Projecting the Oregon Ducks 2023-24 starting basketball rotation
After a long offseason full of roster moves, the Oregon Ducks men’s basketball team has finally taken final shape and is ready to start preparing for the new season in 2023-24. A second-straight frustrating season in 2022-23 has understandably left the roster looking much different than it did a year ago. A handful of players — Kel’el Ware, Rivaldo Soares, Quincy Guerrier, among others — entered the portal and left Eugene, while a group of others — Kario Oquendo, Devan Cambridge, Jadrian Tracey, and Jesse Zarzuela — opted to join Dana Altman and transfer to Oregon. The Ducks also have the...
Community gathers in Springfield for event to bring attention to gun violence
SPRINGFIELD, Ore -- An event was held at Springfield's Island Park on Saturday to honor the victims of gun violence and to bring attention to the growing issue. The June 3 event was one of many "Wear Orange" events taking place across the country. The nationwide effort aims to honor those affected by gun violence and highlight prevention efforts. The color orange is worn because it's what hunters wear outside so other hunters won't mistake them for an animal and fire at them.
One occupant rescued in Eugene apartment fire
EUGENE, Ore. — Just after 11:30 p.m. Friday, Eugene Springfield Fire was called to multiple apartments on fire at 2079 W. 17th Avenue in Eugene. Upon arrival, crews found two apartments heavily involved with fire and occupants fleeing on the second floor. "Multiple engine crews stretched hoselines for fire...
Former Oregon LB announces transfer destination
There has been a lot of roster turnover for the Oregon Ducks this offseason as head coach Dan Lanning continues to mix and match and find the right combination of players that fit his scheme going forward. Redshirt freshman linebacker Harrison Taggart is one of the players who left Eugene to enter the transfer portal, and on Saturday he announced that he would be ending up at BYU with the Cougars. As a Utah native from Draper, it makes sense that Taggart would want to play closer to home and join a system where he has a better chance at seeing more...
Downtown Eugene construction will change some traffic patterns
The four road construction projects happening in downtown Eugene this summer are meant to make travel easier for bikes and pedestrians. Willow Hamilton with Eugene’s Transportation Planning department said work is already underway to add protected bike lanes on High Street and on 8th Avenue. In July, paving work will start on Pearl and Oak Streets.
Oregon beats Vanderbilt and is one win away from making Super Regionals
Oregon upset No. 6-seed Vanderbilt to take control of the Nashville Regional and move within one win of its first Super Regional appearance since 2012. Tanner Smith and Bennett Thompson hit home runs for the Ducks, who withstood a late rally attempt by the Commodores to win 8-7 Saturday night and improve to...
On the agenda: Springfield to vote on new camping ordinance
Here’s a roundup of what local elected leaders will talk about during public meetings this week. To watch: The city's system requires registration to watch and to participate in meetings. Use the links for meetings to register and get information to attend. To listen: Dial 1-971-247-1195 or 877-853-5257 and...
Oregon sweeps Nashville Regional, heads to first Super Regional since 2012
NASHVILLE, Tenn. — The NCAA Baseball Tournament begins with 64 teams. Those teams are divided into 16 regionals before moving to eight Super Regionals. The number of teams then dwindles to 16 in those eight Super Regionals. With an 11-2 victory over No. 3 seed Xavier on Sunday night,...
Inside-the-park home run from Freshman Grady Saunders gets Thurston the Class 5A baseball state championship in win over West Albany
To win its first baseball state championship since 2009, Thurston looked to, perhaps, an unexpected player. PHOTOS: Thurston beats West Albany 2-1 with walk-off inside-the-park home run for Class 5A baseball title. Freshman Grady Saunders hit an inside-the-park solo home run in the bottom of the eighth inning on Saturday...
University of Oregon Board of Trustees to discuss Knight Campus, board leadership
The University of Oregon Board of Trustees is gathering for its quarterly meeting Monday and Tuesday in Eugene Agenda items include discussions on capital projects, board leadership and budget reports. At 9 a.m. Monday, three committee sessions will be held: the Finance and Facilities Committee; the Executive, Audit and Governance Committee; then the...
Springfield woman reflects on 105 years of life
SPRINGFIELD, Ore. -- A local woman is celebrating her 105th birthday and reflecting on her time in Springfield. Anna Louise Baker turned 105 years old on Tuesday, a major milestone for the Indiana native. Now, she's reflecting on her long life, full of highs and lows. Baker started out in...
Flurry of fun at the 10th annual Foam Wonderland in Eugene (DMNW Review)
This month, we headed down to Eugene, Oregon for the 10th annual Foam Wonderland at the Cuthbert Amphitheater. This one-day event has consistently brought some huge electronic performances to the Pacific Northwest over the past decade with the unique feature of spraying its attendees with water and foam shot out of cannons throughout the day of music. Hosted in partnership with Red Cube, the 2023 Foam Wonderland experience in Eugene was an experience to remember.
Oregon baseball wins Nashville Regional, advances to first super regional since 2012
For the first time since 2012, Oregon is headed to an NCAA super regional. Drew Cowley had four RBIs and Rikuu Nishida went 3 for 5 with a bases-clearing double to send the Ducks to a 11-2 win over Xavier in the Nashville Regional final Sunday night at Hawkins Field.
Academy of Arts and Academics students paint Springfield mural celebrating Oregon laborers
As the 2023 school year draws to a close, students at the Academy of Arts and Academics (A3) in Springfield are busy painting a mural highlighting how “Labor Builds Community" to the downtown core. The mural is a collaboration between students in teacher Nissie Ellison's art class at A3...
Twitter Reactions: Oregon fans react to Ducks’ thrilling win over Vanderbilt in regional
The Oregon Ducks are nothing if not interesting, to say the least. After ending the regular season on a high note by winning the Pac-12 Tournament championship, they got a bid into the Nashville Regional where the hot play has continued. On Friday night, Oregon beat Xavier in impressive fashion, and they picked up another massive victory on Saturday night against the host team Vanderbilt, surviving a two-run rally in the ninth inning to win 8-7. The Ducks are now in a prime position, needing just one win on Sunday night — against either Xavier or Vanderbilt — to get to advance to a Super Regional. Should the Ducks lose on Sunday night, they will have another opportunity to advance on Monday. With such a massive win, Duck fans on social media were exuberant on Saturday. Here are some of the best reactions from Twitter: https://twitter.com/BarstoolDucks/status/1665211239264317440https://twitter.com/OregonPitCrew/status/1665207694272401408https://twitter.com/Donald_Smalley/status/1665211376770621440https://twitter.com/OregonPitCrew/status/1665207628702842880https://twitter.com/duckscrootin/status/1665207381389717504https://twitter.com/OregonBaseball/status/1665199319346188288https://twitter.com/mojohill22/status/1665198435153367042https://twitter.com/OregonBaseball/status/166518540480138444811
Yurok activist Amy Cordalis will be UO commencement speaker June 20
Twenty years after graduating from the UO, Amy Bowers Cordalis will speak at the 2023 commencement celebration. Oregon’s 147th commencement, set for Tuesday, June 20, will welcome an alumnus as its speaker for the main celebration. Amy Bowers Cordalis is a mother, fisherwoman, attorney, and member of the Yurok...
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