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NEW ORLEANS — Nearly two hours after the New Orleans Saints’ season had ended, Drew Brees stood on the Superdome field in street clothes, throwing passes to his children while his wife, Britta…

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AUCKLAND, N.Z. — American Magic will miss the next round of racing in the America’s Cup challenger series after its dramatic capsize, but the team is determined to be ready for the series semi…

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CORVALLIS — A former Eastern Oregon University athletic director is making Cascade Collegiate Conference history in more ways than one.

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LA GRANDE — Watching football games on New Year’s Day is an American ritual, one dating back more than a century.

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The Associated Press will hand out its individual NFL awards on the night before the Super Bowl in Tampa. Until then, here are some off-the-beaten track honors to consider.

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PENDLETON — While gym doors on school grounds remain closed, every component of Oregon high school athletics is in a transitional phase.

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CORVALLIS — Eastern Oregon University’s athletic conference announced in press releases this week that it will forego wrestling championships and postpone the start of basketball season until …

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LA GRANDE — Eastern Oregon University in November welcomed a new head coach to the Mountaineers women’s wrestling squad with the hiring of Carlene Sluberski.

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LA GRANDE — It has been said by many a coach that athleticism cannot be taught. For some, it is as natural as breathing or falling asleep.

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UNION COUNTY — The Oregon School Activities Association on Monday, Dec. 7, announced it pushed back the start of high school sports to February 2021 due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Local school …

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LA GRANDE — With upgrades to their stadium and track complete, Eastern Oregon University continues to focus on the construction of the $9 million fieldhouse on the south side of campus.

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LOGAN, Utah — La Grande High School standout Andrew Peasley made his first start under center for the Utah State University Aggies in late November, and the former Tiger showed up in a big way…

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SALEM — The Oregon School Activities Association executive board on Monday, Dec. 7, voted to revise the 2020-21 OSAA calendar by moving the start dates of Season 2 to February 2021, with Seaso…

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LOGAN, Utah — Former La Grande High School standout ballplayer Andrew Peasley, who made his debut start under center for the Utah State Aggies last week, was named a Manning Star of the Week o…

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ENTERPRISE — The 2021 Eagle Cap Extreme sled dog race, originally scheduled for January, has been canceled because of the COVID-19 pandemic, according to the ECX website.

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LA GRANDE — Eastern Oregon University basketball won't take to the court until at least the second week of 2021, according to a press release from the Cascade Collegiate Conference.

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1-year sentence for angry fan who made football game threat

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If high schools in Eastern Oregon resume competitive events in 2021, the teams might seek to limit their opponents to relatively nearby schools to reduce travel and make it easier to comply wi…

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SEATTLE — By this point, Russell Wilson piecing together more late dramatics that ends with the Seahawks erupting in celebration seems almost expected.

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LA GRANDE — The Eastern Oregon University volleyball team edged rival Southern Oregon University to be selected as the preseason favorite in the Cascade Collegiate Conference coaches poll, whi…

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LA GRANDE — The Eastern Oregon University football team will play a seven-game regular season schedule in the upcoming season that will feature a contest against each Frontier Conference opponent.

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BAKER CITY — Jesse Brown is used to wrestling with several hundred pounds of uncooperative steer, but it turns out sitting still and watching his cellphone can be even more stressful.

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