November 10 – Eugene, Springfield and Lane County Headlines

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  • DeSaulnier Leads Philomath Past Ontario
    Warriors Blow Tie Game Open With 3 TDs In 1:15   Corvallis – Saturday’s OSAA 4A Playoff game between Philomath and Ontario turned into a big play festival, and the Warriors’s Ben DeSaulnier had the biggest of them, disrupting a Tiger pitch play, s…
  • Bulldogs regroup to finish third
    Chase Bohman and McKenzie David were freshman starters on the 2010 Creswell volleyball team that finished fifth in the state. Last year, they led the Bulldogs to a fourth-place finish. On Saturday at LCC, that duo — along with seniors Chasity Boh
  • ‘Crapshoot’ comes up snake-eyes
    South Eugene and McKay were tied after regulation, tied after both overtime periods and tied after five penalty kicks. But the fifth-seeded Scots got the better of the Axemen on the first pairing of sudden death kicks, scoring theirs and stopping South
  • Wil-Hi falls short in title match

    The tears came first, chased after a while by smiles. Sixth-ranked Willamette lost 25-21, 25-11, 25-15 on Saturday to West Albany in the Class 5A state volleyball championship match. The loss hurt — evident in the eyes of senior
  • Ducks pile up the points
    It was a record-setting opening night for the Oregon women’s basketball team. The Ducks set a Pac-12 and program single-game scoring record during a 131-91 victory over Bakersfield on Saturday at Matthew Knight Arena. Shooting guard Katelyn Loper
  • U.S. judge rules college athletes can sue NCAA in efforts to get paid
    U.S. District Judge Claudia Wilken ruled on Friday in Oakland, Calif. that a group of college athletes could file a class action lawsuit against the NCAA with the intent to earn money from their image’s. This ruling is part of a case filed in 200
  • Springfield ends home slate
    Springfield played its final regular season home football game of the season when the Millers faced Midwestern League rival North Eugene. The Millers (4-2, 2-1 MWL) were coming off a nonconference victory over Hermiston las
  • As old rock quarry on I-5 comes into view, issues arise
    Some area residents have complained or raised questions with state and Lane County mining regulators, and the county in turn has warned Egge that he is

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