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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.

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The OSAA Staff plans to send regular updates to schools with clarifications based on recent communication with the Oregon Health Authority regarding common questions for indoor and outdoor recreation policies and protocols. Updated outdoor spectator guidance limits were released yesterday. N…

The Oregon State Athletics Association has temporarily suspended practice and competition until March 31. The Collegiate Cascade Conference has implemented a two-week hiatus on all spring competition. The Pac-12 announced Saturday that it has cancelled spring sports seasons.

As coronavirus spreads and fear over the impact of the virus broadens, sports organizations across Oregon are continuing to host live events but taking extra measures to ensure venues are safe and fans remain healthy.

STANFORD, Calif. (AP) — Sabrina Ionescu became the first player in NCAA history to reach 2,000 points, 1,000 assists and 1,000 rebounds and notched her record 26th career triple-double hours after speaking at Kobe Bryant’s memorial service, leading No. 3 Oregon past fourth-ranked Stanford, 7…

EUGENE — Sabrina Ionescu didn’t notice the Oregon crowd’s roar when she finally went to the bench with a career-high 37 points against Stanford.

SEATTLE — Isaiah Stewart scored 11 of his 13 points in the second half, RaeQuan Battle scored 11 first-half points in the first start of his career, and Washington beat Oregon State 64-56 on Thursday night.