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Lane women finish second in South

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GRESHAM — The Lane women’s basketball team ran its winning streak to eight games Saturday as it concluded its regular season with an 82-76 win over Mt. Hood on Saturday.
The Titans (22-6) finished second in the NWAC South Region at 14-2 and were the only team this season to beat first-place Umpqua (28-1, 15-1). Mt. Hood (12-14) finished fourth in the South Region at 9-7.
Taeli Carrillo led the Titans with 20 points. Sierra Carrier tallied 17 points for Lane, Sarah Hall had 14 points 10…

Lane men finish with loss at Mt. Hood

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GRESHAM — The Lane men’s basketball team concluded its season Saturday with a 94-85 South Region NWAC loss at Mt. Hood.
Keaton McKay had 23 points for the Titans (12-16, 4-12 South Region) and Keiron Goodwin and Patrick Goodard added 20 and 18 points, respectively.
Mt. Hood’s Ethan Channel led all scorers with 24 points. Conor Geiger added 21 for the Saints (10-17, 6-10).
 

Martin takes third in 10,000 at Linfield meet

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McMINNVILLE —Lane’s Michael Martin captured third place in the men’s 10,000 meters on the first day of the Linfield Icebreaker track and field meet Friday.
Martin finished in 30 minutes, 56.54 seconds in the 44-man field. Portland’s Michael Teran-Solano won in 30:39.85.
Northwest Christian’s Melissa Rios finished in eighth place in the women’s 10,000 meters (40:20.96).
The meet continues Saturday.
 

Lane men’s basketball falls to Umpqua, 78-71

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Umpqua used a 52-33 rebounding advantage Wednesday to run past Lane, 78-71, in a NWAC South Region men’s basketball game at Lane.
Keiron Goodwin scored 20 points for Lane (12-15, 4-11 South Region).
Kylor Kelley also scored 14 points and had five blocks for the Titans, and Patrick Goodard added 13.
Ethan Betts led a balanced Umpqua (17-11, 8-7) scoring attack with 16 points. Jordan Lehrer scored 15 points.
 

Lane women put end to Umpqua’s perfect season

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Sarah Hall scored 21 points to lead five Lane women’s basketball players in double figures Wednesday as the Titans knocked off Umpqua, 86-79, in a NWAC South Region game.
The Titans (21-6, 13-2 South Region) ran their winning streak to seven games in becoming the first team to beat the RiverHawks (27-1, 14-1) this season.
Sierra Carrier had 17 points for Lane, which won despite being outrebounded, 45-24.
Rachel Fielder had 15 points for the Titans and Amber Lease and Taeli Carrillo added 13…

Lane women win fifth straight game

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The Lane Community College women’s basketball team is steamrolling toward the postseason, as the Titans extended their winning streak to five games with a 101-59 Northwest Athletic Conference win against visiting Linn-Benton on Wednesday.
Sierra Carrier came off the bench to get 25 points and 11 rebounds for Lane (19-6, 11-2), which remains tied with Clackamas for second place in the South Region with three games to go in the regular season and a playoff spot already secured.
Amber Lease…

Lane men lose at home to Linn-Benton

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Kylor Kelley had 19 points and seven rebounds to lead Lane Community College in a 90-68 Northwest Athletic Conference men’s basketball loss to visiting Linn-Benton on Wednesday.
Tayler Martinez also had 10 points and eight assists for the Titans (12-13, 4-9 South Region), who lost their third straight.

Five score in double figures for LCC women

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CLACKAMAS — Rachel Fielder scored 23 and Megan Still had 10 points and 11 rebounds to lead the Lane Community College women’s basketball team to a 78-56 Northwest Athletic Conference win against Clackamas on Saturday.
Taeli Carrillo also scored 14 for the Titans (18-6, 10-2), Sarah Hall added 12 points and Meagan Briggs scored 11.
The win moved Lane into a tie with Clackamas (19-5, 10-2) for second place in the South Region with four games left in the regular season.

Council Strikes Down Marijuana Sales Tax

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EUGENE, Ore. — The Eugene City Council will not pursue a marijuana sales tax as part of Measure 91.

The council struck down a motion to pursue the issue further at Monday night’s public hearing.

It didn’t take long to strike down the motion.

“It’s going to be so expensive to buy marijuana recreational or medical that the black market, I mean why would anyone buy the legal stuff. The black market will continue to thrive,” said Councilor George Brown.

Councilor Brown was the first to speak against imposing a sales tax.

But he wasn’t the last.

“I don’t see a big urgency to tax this potential new source of revenue if we don’t know if the measure will pass. We don’t have mechanisms set up to collect this kind of tax,” said Councilor Claire Syrett.

From the measure already having a tax of its own, to uncertainty on how it would work, arguments against a marijuana tax went around the podium.

The council’s statements were a let down for some Lane Community College students who passionately spoke in favor of the tax.

“Tuition continually goes up and the level of services offered go down, community colleges may no longer be the most accessible path for folks,” said Scott Compton, LCC student.

“How can students justify furthering their debt to receive an education if they can’t even meet their basic needs,” said Summer Manier, LCC student.

The LCC students say 20 percent of marijuana sales taxes should go to their school to help students with growing debt.

Even though the council said no the students are still pushing to hear their voices heard.

“There will still be another chance for me to appeal to the commissioner’s office for the 40 percent. And hopefully have them change their mind about that,” said Manier.

Manier was referring to the 40 percent of state sales tax which will fund the state’s k-12 districts.

She says it should be expanded to help community colleges.

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