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Neither of the visiting teams walked out of the Hornet’s Nest with a win Thursday at Henley High School. Both the girls and boys hosted North Valley High School and beat them 58-38 and 43-30 respectively.

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Klamath Union High School hosted Hidden Valley High School, Rogue River High School and Mazama High School Wednesday, May 26 at Pel Court in Klamath Falls. Mazama was supposed to travel to La Pine but the meet was cancelled last minute. Because of the shortened season scores were not kept, K…

The Tuesday, May 25 evening slate included a full moon and a sweep at Pel Court. Klamath Union High School girls basketball defeated North Valley High School in a buzzer beater 48-47, while the Pelican boys had a much more calm game, winning 57-34.

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Relocated form its usual venue of Hayward Field in Eugene to Siuslaw High School in Florence, the 4A state track and field championships were held May 21-22, with three Klamath County athletes as good as gold placing first overall in competition.

As season three high school sports come to an end, the fourth and final sports season is already in progress. At an unusual time of the year, with a shorter, concise season, basketball, swimming and wrestling got in their first practice Monday. The end of the season is June 26.