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Teams vie for playoffs

LINCOLN COUNTY — After concluding the regular season earlier in the week, most of Lincoln County’s baseball programs will now turn their attention toward postseason runs.

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Local squads look to reach postseason

LINCOLN COUNTY — Four of Lincoln County’s softball teams will be looking to make a push into the OSAA/U.S. Bank/Les Schwab Tires Softball State Championships as elimination games kicked off on Thursday, May 18.

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Lady Tigers finish year strong with run at state

CORVALLIS — The Taft and Newport girls’ golf teams teed off for two days of golf at the OSAA/U.S. Bank/Les Schwab Tires Golf State Championships at Trysting Tree Golf Club, where the Tigers finished seventh and the Cubs took eighth out of nine teams compe

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Taft boys dominate West Valley opponents

DAYTON — Ever since Taft entered the West Valley League two seasons ago, the boys’ track and field team has been unstoppable at the district championships.

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Newport claims Oregon West title

TURNER — The Newport boys’ track and field team continued their dominance at the district level as the team captured their third straight Oregon West Conference championship.

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Waldport, Toledo qualify several athletes for state

WALDPORT — The Class 2A Sunset Conference Championship was held in Waldport last weekend, where several athletes from Waldport and Toledo walked away with district titles over the course of two days of competition on May 12-13.

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Tigers win district title

AUMSVILLE — It came down to the final hole at the Class 4A/3A/2A/1A, District 2 championship tournament. That’s where Taft junior Maya Hatton landed her chip shot close to the pin, setting up a short par putt to claim a piece of the individual title, whi

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Boats capsized by conditions on Yaquina Bay

NEWPORT — Yaquina Bay was flooded with 40 high school sailors as Newport hosted their only regatta of the season on Saturday, May 6.

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Baseball Roundup

Lincoln County's baseball teams are nearing the end of regular season play.

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Eagles soar to victory

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Additional Articles

  • Boomers claim Sunset Conference crown

    MYRTLE POINT — Over the course of this year’s softball regular season, no team in Class 2A/1A has been able to match the offensive output of the Toledo Boomers.

  • Taft boys qualify for state tournament

    LINCOLN CITY — The Taft boys’ golf team once again qualified for the OSAA U.S. Bank/Les Schwab Tires Golf State Championship, snagging Class 3A/2A/1A, District 2’s final bid with a third-place finish at Salishan Spa and Golf Resort.

  • Alchemy continues magic with third-round victory

    NEWPORT — Over the first three weeks of Yaquina Bay Yacht Club’s Spring Series, the fleet’s only Merit 25, Alchemy, and its crew have been tough to contend with.

  • Baseball Roundup

    YAMHILL — After dropping a 10-1 contest to Cascade on Monday, May 8, Newport’s baseball team bounced back with a 7-1 win over Yamhill-Carlton.

  • Yamhill tops Newport for regular season crown

    YAMHILL — It came down to the final regular season meeting between Newport and Yamhill-Carlton to decide this year’s Class 4A, Oregon West Conference softball champion.

  • Final round leads Cubs to second-place finish

    AUMSVILLE — The Newport girls’ golf team traveled to Aumsville to compete in the Class 4A/3A/2A/1A District 2 championship on May 8-9.

  • Cubs come up with crucial win

    NEWPORT — Newport’s softball team picked up a crucial 12-7 road win over Cascade on Monday, May 8, keeping the team’s hopes of defending their Oregon West Conference title alive.

  • Irish get big win against Panthers

    WALDPORT — The Waldport softball team picked up their biggest win of the year as they topped Gold Beach to move into second place within the Class 2A, District 5 standings.

  • Newport opens up long course schedule

    ALBANY — The Newport Swim Team sent 16 swimmers to Albany for the club’s long course season opener on May 5-7.

Run for the Clover

Action from Waldport's home meet on Friday, March 17

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