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July 2013 - page 2

Eugene Emeralds

Hunter Renfroe Added to Northwest League All-Star Game Roster

Last night the Eugene Emeralds informed star right fielder right fielder Hunter Renfroe that he has been added to the Northwest League All-Star Game roster.

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Photos: University of Oregon Football Performance Center

The University of Oregon has released photos of its new Oregon Football Performance Center, and boy is it something to behold.

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Vancouver Canadians Snap Eugene Emeralds win Streak With 7-0 win

The Eugene Emeralds’ win-streak was snapped after three games via a 7-0 blowout win by the Vancouver Canadiens. The Ems now start a 5-game road stretch.

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July 31 – Eugene, Springfield and Lane County Headlines

Tim Chuey: possible thunderstorms, Robinson pleads not guilty, OSU Collier and Moreland suspended, Stellar Apartments open, Knight named for UO governing board, Ems win, WillValley 12U Tourney update, UO-Georgetown at Pyeongtaek, Dunmore and Basset count us down to football, Meet Jonathan Bilenki

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Meet the Eugene Emeralds Organ Player: Jonathan Bilenki, the Piano Man

For the last two years, the Eugene Emeralds has provided live organ music for the PK Park faithful. Read all about organist Jonathan Bilenki, the Piano Man.

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#31 – Kenny Bassett

Oregon Ducks running back Kenny Bassett, a redshirt sophomore from Beverly Hills High School, enters his third season in the Oregon program.

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#31 – Oshay Dunmore

Oregon Ducks defensive back Oshay Dunmore, a redshirt freshman from Newport High School (Newport, Oregon), enters his second season in the Oregon program.

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Some more clouds and maybe even a dry thunderstorm this afternoon and tonight.

________________   Check out my latest Eugene Daily News Weather Or Not Column Watch Out! It Might Be A Warning. ________________   Here is my weekly weather quiz question. If a weather bulletin is issued by the National Weather Service stating that “a tornado is moving NW at 20 mph (toward your location) take shelter immediately” […]

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