The impact of Oregon State men’s basketball’s six true freshmen and the roles being asked of them have continued to increase with every game. That was never more evident than in last Saturday’s home game against Arizona State when Beavers coach Wayne Tinkle started four of those freshmen. Coach Tinkle said what this year’s freshmen have provided is a result of the group’s patience, a willingness to work and staying ready. Then offensively doing what we’ve been working on, moving the ball, spreading the court, making good decisions and it led to a good start for us. “But the freshmen have stuck with it through thick and thin, and that’s why they’ve benefited from it,” Tinkle said.
With the help of multiple agencies and some YouTube creators, authorities recovered a downed aircraft in Linn County near Mount Jefferson. The crashAccording to a September Linn County Sheriff’s Office news release, hikers on the Pacific Crest Trail reported hearing the drone of an airplane and a loud crash. County search and rescue members, a Life Flight Network helicopter and a U.S. Coast Guard helicopter searched for the downed plane. The Sheriff’s Office did not immediately release Wirt’s name but said rescuers did not believe the pilot could have survived the crash. Recovery strugglesAccording to an Oct. 28 news release from LCSO, the aircraft recovery posed significant challenges.3 months ago Albany Democrat-Herald
But she hopes she will soon be spending more of her time in City Hall, as a member of City Council. She said it is important for a person in leadership to be accessible and approachable, because it’s a job that requires servitude. McGhee said that being a Black person in a very white space can be challenging, but Albany has been good to her. She believes representation matters and wants Albany to look to the future by putting younger people in the seat of decision-making. "I want to be a voice for those who feel muzzled."3 months ago Albany Democrat-Herald
The Oregon State football team earned a decisive 42-9 win over Colorado on Saturday night at Reser Stadium. In the third quarter, Oregon State quickly eliminated any chance of a comeback by the Buffaloes. For the game, Oregon State outgained Colorado with 472 yards of total offense to 290 for the Buffaloes. OREGON ST. 42, COLORADO 9Colorado 0 3 6 0 — 9Oregon St. 7 14 14 7 — 42First QuarterORST—Martinez 4 run (Sappington kick), 8:09. Oregon St., Gulbranson 14-22-0-202.3 months ago Albany Democrat-Herald
The Oregon State football team had its chances on Friday night at Washington, but the Huskies made the final push for a 24-21 Pac-12 Conference victory. The loss is a tough one for the Beavers, who did a lot of things right in Seattle. Oregon State made big plays on defense and special teams and ran the ball effectively. Oregon State also had two first-half drives end in the red zone without scoring any points. Oregon State was playing for the first time without starting left guard Marco Brewer.3 months ago Albany Democrat-Herald
By Justin Honore, For The Herald DemocratFRISCO — Sherman went into its matchup against Frisco Lone Star with a chance to make up some ground in pursuit of the final playoff spot in District 6-5A (I). The Bearcats host Frisco Wakeland, which is tied with Lone Star in the standings, on Friday night. Sherman converted two fourth-and-shorts to extend their 18-play drive that reached the Lone Star 20. Grant weaved his way across the field 85 yards for a touchdown on the ensuing kickoff bringing life to the Sherman sideline. But a sack on third down in the red zone forced the Bearcats to settle for a 44-yard field goal that was blocked by Lone Star.3 months ago Herald Democrat
Herald DemocratThe Austin College men’s and women’s swim teams opened the season against the University of Texas-Permian Basin. SoccerWomenSCACTexas Lutheran 4, Austin College 0The Austin College women’s soccer team dropped a 4-0 home match against visiting Texas Lutheran. Kenedie Lane made eight saves for Austin College (0-14-1, 0-12), which hosts Centenary on Friday night. MenSCACColorado College 5, Austin College 1COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. — The Austin College men’s soccer team fell behind early in a 5-1 loss to Colorado College in Southern Collegiate Athletic Conference play. Colorado College added two more goals in the 69th and 84th minutes to pull away.3 months ago Herald Democrat
The candidates for Missouri's 3rd Congressional District disagree on a lot, including two of the most hotly debated issues in the country: abortion and gun rights. "As your representative in Congress, I continue fighting to end the cruelty of abortion and stand up for the unborn by advocating for strong pro-life policies," his website states. Guns"I support the Second Amendment, but I don't support the Second Amendment over the lives of second-graders," Mann said at Tuesday's forum. Luetkemeyer's website states he took an oath to defend the Constitution when he was sworn-in as a representative. A constituent newsletter from July 31, 2020, focused entirely on the Second Amendment.3 months ago California Democrat