Ducks, Beavs Celebrate Cancer Survivors

SPRINGFIELD, Oregon – We’re used to seeing Beavers and Ducks fight each other in the Civil War. But on Wednesday, no one was laying a hit on each other. Instead, both sides teamed up to fight a bigger war; the war on Cancer. At Deer Horn Park, east of Springfield, athletes from both schools jumped … Continue reading »

Ems fall 14-7 in front of Kenny Wheaton

EUGENE, Ore. – Kenny Wheaton signed autographs and threw out the first pitch at Friday’s Eugene Emeralds game against Tri-City, but watched the home team drop a 14-7 decision in the early goings of the Northwest Division’s second half of the regular season.

Football Clinic Caters to Women

EUGENE, Ore. — Hundreds of women took the practice field Thursday night to learn all about touchdowns, tackling and timeouts — and they really got into it. About 400 women showed up for the annual University of Oregon Women’s Football Clinic. Coaches ran through drills for each position showing the groups where to stand and … Continue reading »

Josh Bidwell Golf Classic 2014

ROSEBURG, Ore. — It certainly wasn’t the weather that brought dozens of celebrities out to play golf at the Roseburg Country Club Friday, but an event that’s giving back to the community in a big way. They aren’t professional golfers, but many playing the game are linked together through a professional sports background. “Early 2000s … Continue reading »

OSU Football Players Host Youth Camp

CORVALLIS, Ore. — Young Beaver fans had a special treat on Saturday: the Oregon State University football team hosted its annual OSU Youth Football Mini Camp. Hundreds of third through eighth graders participated in the event, which was put on by the Boys and Girls Club of Corvallis. The players designed the drills themselves. Kids … Continue reading »

Lebanon Celebrates Local Superbowl Champ

LEBANON, Ore. — The city of Lebanon is welcoming home one of its own heroes who is now a Superbowl champion. Lebanon is honoring Paul McQuistan who helped the Seattle Seahawks win their first Superbowl in New Jersey. Saturday there was a celebration that drew in hundreds of people from all across the small town. … Continue reading »

Duck Fans Take Flight for Their Team

EUGENE, Ore. — The Ducks take on the Stanford Cardinal Thursday and fans are standing by to root them on. The first flight to San Francisco took off at 5:15 a.m. Thursday morning and the last seat on the flight was over $300, one way. Because of the high airfare, Premier Travel Agency in Springfield said many … Continue reading »

Loud Ducks Fans Can Damage Ears

EUGENE, Ore. — Ducks fans are loud and proud when inside Autzen Stadium; but, experts say that might not be such a good thing. Autzen’s considered one of the loudest stadiums in college football, with the noise level reaching 127 decibels. Doctors from the Eugene Hearing and Speech Center say 120 decibels is the threshold … Continue reading »

Football Games Expensive for Fans

(CNN) — Going to a game is getting more expensive. By the time you buy the tickets, pay for parking, and grab some cold ones, it will set you back a pretty penny. How much? Try $209 for 2 tickets, 2 beers and parking. And that doesn’t even count food. A new report from Team … Continue reading »

EPD Says Fans Should Prepare for Traffic

EUGENE, Ore. — Police say Duck fans should pack your patience for this Saturday’s Duck football game. Eugene Police say there’s so much congestion around the stadium, it can bring traffic to a standstill. That’s even with maximum amount of lanes open going toward the stadium. EPD says fans might want to consider other modes … Continue reading »

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