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ROGUE RIVER — Behind a pair of complete-game pitching efforts, Hosanna Christian/Triad swept Rogue River Monday, 2-0 and 11-1, and in the process won the district baseball championship and will play in the Class 2A/1A state tournament for the first time.

ROGUE RIVER — With the regular season winding down, the Lost River baseball team suffered its third conference loss of the season, creating a bit of a log-jam atop the Special District 6 standings with Lakeview and Hosanna Christian/Triad.

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With a tight Skyline Conference this year, the Mazama baseball team knows it has to make a push if it hopes to have a postseason in May.

BEND — Oregon Tech’s nationally ranked golf teams will have to come from behind today if they hope to win Cascade Collegiate Conference championships at the Jack Nicklaus Golf Course at the Pronghorn Golf Resort.

MERRILL — The Lost River softball team won its fifth consecutive game with a 13-3 win over Butte Falls Tuesday. The win was also the Raider’s third straight double-digit run win during the streak.

ASHLAND — For the second consecutive day, the Henley baseball team held their opponent scoreless. Thursday’s victim was the Ashland Grizzly Bears, who the Hornets defeated 6-0.

Medford — The Henley softball team remained undefeated with a doubleheader sweep Tuesday. The Hornets knocked off Central 15-3 and Eagle Point 6-0 to win their sixth and seventh game of the season.

CORVALLIS (AP) — Mikayla Pivec had 19 points, 11 rebounds and six assists, and fourth-seeded Oregon State withstood No. 5 Gonzaga for a 76-70 victory Monday night in the second round of the NCAA Tournament.

Henley jumped out to a 4-0 lead in its first at bat and went on to beat second-rated Junction City, 9-5, in the second game of a nonleague softball doubleheader Saturday and complete a sweep of the Tigers in the process.