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Brought to you by Griffin Hampson - Cartridge-Network - PRINTER, INK AND TONER INSIDER -


CARTRIDGE-NETWORK - Griffin HampsonOther than catching fish, Griffin Hampson concentrates on providing his customers value— defined as: knowledge, service, quality and competitive pricing. In the ink and laser toner cartridge business that means demonstrating each printer’s lowest cost-per-page option.

Too often, consumers and businesses fall into the industry trap of lower unit price points for standard or low-yield cartridges, not knowing that the alternative high-yield cartridges are much more cost effective on a cost-per-page basis. Big box office supply stores generally do not tell customers that high-yield cartridges provide a lower cost per page and thus a better value.

Cartridge-Network stocks several thousand different ink and laser cartridges and can order just about any item and have it delivered with free shipping. In-stock items include name brand genuine cartridges (OEM) and the very popular factory remanufactured and compatible cartridges (non-OEM). These are not refilled. They are factory remanufactured, which means the highest quality non-OEM cartridges offer significant savings compared to name brand cartridges, usually 40 to 50 percent.

Cartridge-Network appreciates its customers. First-time customers can get a free cartridge; just buy four cartridges and the fifth is free. This is a bonus for consumers and businesses. When customers have purchased 10 cartridges, their 11th is free and the count resets.

Additional everyday savings are also offered to seniors, teacher, students and nonprofits.

“We get a surprising number of referrals,” Hampson says.

As a full-service and independent non-franchise operation located in Raleigh Hills, on the Portland-Beaverton border, Cartridge-Network also sells and services printers and copiers.

Cartridge-Network

6800 SW Beaverton Hillsdale Hwy, Portland, OR 97225

(503) 246-0665

www.cartridge-network.com

Brought to you by Lydia Hammond - Northwest Women's Clinic - MIDWIFE INSIDER -


NORTHWEST WOMEN'S CLINIC - Lydia HammondCertified Nurse Midwife Lydia Hammond has learned a lot from both her personal and professional experiences.

She has been the nurse, midwife and mom when it comes to water births. And if she could change anything about any of her labors, it would be making all of her births in the water.

Since March of 2014, Northwest Women’s Clinic has helped facilitate dozens of water births. They are the only group offering water birth services at Legacy Good Samaritan Hospital, in addition to traditional labor and birth care there. They also provide full birth and surgical care at Providence St. Vincent.

And as an INSIDER, Hammond knows what a pivotal time labor and birth is. That’s why Hammond’s employer, Northwest Women’s Clinic, aims for a mother’s original care provider to be there for their birth 70 percent of the time.

“Labor is a very vulnerable period, and having someone you know really helps,” Hammond explains. “At least in our group it’s nice to know that the odds are in your favor, and even though we’re all really awesome, you’re more likely going to get someone you already know and trust.”

Water births offer a multitude of health benefits over traditional hospital births.

Women who labor in the water and give birth there tend to labor faster, with fewer tears and a lower risk of medical intervention than traditional “land” childbirth.

Women also tend to push for shorter amounts of time, require less medication and report higher levels of satisfaction.

Northwest Women's Clinic

Barnes Road Office

11750 SW Barnes Road, Suite 300, Portland, OR 97225

Lovejoy Street Office

2222 NW Lovejoy St, Suite 619, Portland, OR 97210

(503) 416-9922

www.nwwc.com

Brought to you by Terresa Jung, MD - The Portland Clinic - MEDICAL INSIDER -


THE PORTLAND CLINIC - Terresa Jung, MDThe statistics are enough to drive you to drink a tall glass of milk: Osteoporosis, the disease that causes bones to become weak, brittle and prone to breaking, affects 10 million Americans. One in three women and one in five men over 50 will experience an osteoporosis-related fracture, according to the International Osteoporosis Foundation (IOF).

If a broken bone doesn’t scare you, consider this: 20 percent of people who fracture a hip die within a year. Survivors often suffer losses in mobility and independence; fewer than half ever regain their previous level of function.

Five tips for preventing osteoporosis

1. Build your bone bank. Up to age 30, your body is building the bone mass for the rest of your life. After 30, you begin losing that mass. In those bone-building years, get plenty of calcium to build that bone bank. Start with that glass of milk.

2. Know your risks. People with osteoporosis in their family have a genetically higher risk of fractures. Asian and Caucasian women, thin or small-framed women, smokers and heavy drinkers also have higher risks. So do people with Crohn’s disease, celiac disease and other conditions that complicate nutrient absorption. Reduce the risks within your control (drink less, don’t smoke), and take precautions to compensate for the rest.

3. Feed your bones. Low calcium intake plays a major role in osteoporosis, so feed your bones calcium daily. Milk is a great choice. Lactose-intolerant? Lactaid is real milk with the lactose removed. Prefer other milk alternatives? Ensure they’re fortified with calcium and vitamin D.

4. Give your bones a daily workout. Studies have shown the importance of physical activity in building bone mass. From childhood to late adulthood, spending less time on your fanny and more time on your feet can significantly reduce the risk of osteoporosis and fractures.

5. Check your meds. Corticosteroids interfere with bone building. Medications for seizures, depression, acid reflux and cancer also can reduce bone density. Ask your doctor or pharmacist about the potential effects of your medications on your bones, and what you can do to protect yourself.

The Portland Clinic

800 SW 13th Ave, Portland, OR 97205

(503) 221-0161

www.theportlandclinic.com

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Brought to you by Lora Creswick - Light Benders - LIGHTING INSIDER -


LIGHT BENDERS - A tubular skylight from Light Benders directs light into a man's home. Lora Creswick wants to bring light into your home.

Not the harsh, grating glare of a fluorescent light source, or the cost-intensive, construction-heavy option of a traditional skylight.

Instead, Creswick offers an eco-friendly and economic solution: the Solatube, by Light Benders.

The Solatube works by capturing sunlight using a rooftop dome, then reflecting that light down an extendible tube to an aperture on your ceiling.

The tubing can stretch up to 30 feet, making the Solatube perfect for basements, windowless closets or interior rooms—anywhere more natural light is needed.

“There no mess, no painting, no sheetrock or plaster work,” Creswick says. “It’s a two-hour installation that starts at around $550.”

The Solatube comes with a five-year warranty (four more years than the state requires). As an INSIDER-made product, the Solatube also features a seamless steel flashing that prevents leaks and water damage.

Light Benders offers another innovative product, the Solar Star Attic Fan.

The Solar Star is a sun-powered fan system that equalizes air temperatures inside and outside your home by ventilating your attic. In the summer, the fan’s cooling feature lowers energy bills and makes your home more comfortable; during the winter, the Solar Star can reduce humidity, decreasing the likelihood of mold or other fungus growth.

And because the Solar Star uses renewable energy, homeowners are eligible for a 30 percent federal tax credit.

All Light Benders contractor installers are licensed, bonded and insured. Oregon Construction Contractors Board number is 30873.

Light Benders

12825 SW Beaverdam Rd, Beaverton, OR 97005

(503) 352-0249

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Brought to you by Marshall Smith - Parr Lumber - BUILDING INSIDER -


Marshall Smith, Parr As temperatures drop and homeowners feel the effects of winter, it’s common to hear complaints about cold houses, seemingly constant drafts and dramatic increases in heating bills.

The solution to these issues might be behind the sheetrock of your home. Comfort and energy savings in many homes (especially older houses) can be improved by checking the airflow around windows and doors and properly maintaining or adding high-quality insulation.

In the winter, heat naturally flows from the warmer interior of the home to the cooler exterior. The opposite occurs in warmer months. Attics and uninsulated basements are the largest sources of potential heat loss; basements can account for up to 25 percent of a home’s heat loss.

Insulation can greatly reduce heat loss and make your home more comfortable and energy efficient. The ability of a material to resist heat flow is called thermal resistance. There are many types of insulation and local building codes—as well as preferred builder methods—dictate the amount of insulation.

To improve the performance of your home, visit a local building center such as Parr Lumber Company. Whether it is rigid insulation for the basement, fiberglass insulation for the attic or foam insulation around windows, the professionals at Parr Lumber Company can explain the benefits.

Products include high-quality insulations such as Johns Manville, Knauf and fire-resistant Roxul. Parr Lumber Company can help you determine which products will save you money and make your home more comfortable.

Parr Lumber

1320 NW 19th Ave, Portland, OR 97209

(503) 223-8141

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Brought to you by Tilo Arreguin - Black Tie Detail - AUTO DETAILING INSIDER -


BLACK TIE DETAIL - Tilo ArreguinAuto detailing takes a lot technical skill—including specialized training, knowledge of chemical reactions and an eye for design.

But it also takes an INSIDER’S expertise in people.

Tilo Arreguin of Black Tie Detail has mastered both. He knows that each restoration and finishing is a chance to turn a casual shopper into a lifelong customer.

So Black Tie Detail does a lot to keep people happy.

For instance, it’s hard to leave your car at Black Tie’s garage if you don’t have a second ride to drive away in. So wherever your car is, Arreguin’s team will pick it up. And if you drop your vehicle off, they’ll give you a ride to wherever you need to be.

Black Tie’s trained professionals review a 20-point checklist after each detailing to ensure that every customer is completely satisfied. And each of Arreguin’s workers have over 100 hours of training in automotive detailing.

“Most people recognize how valuable an immaculate car is, but they don’t always know who they can trust with one of their most expensive possessions,” Arreguin says. “I stand behind our details and the work we do 100 percent.”

Black Tie collects canned goods and winter clothing for the Good Neighbor Center, and will sponsor the Tigard Chamber of Commerce’s Bowl-O-Rama in February.

Arreguin was named the 2009 Detailer of the Year for Interior Detailing by the Portland International Auto Show. He learned the art of auto detailing from his father, who now works with Arreguin at Black Tie.

Black Tie Detail

9398 SW Tigard St, Tigard, OR 97223

(213) 819-2066

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Brought to you by Jennifer Cook-Buman - Living Right Senior Placement - SENIOR LIVING INSIDER -


LIVING RIGHT SENIOR PLACEMENT - Jennifer Cook-BumanIn a moment of crisis—when your parent or grandparent slips and breaks their hip, and living alone is no longer an option—who do you call?

You could call a national chain, and try to explain your senior’s needs over the phone or by email.

But if you believe face-to-face contact is crucial to understanding a senior’s needs, then you call Jennifer Cook-Buman of Living Right Senior Placement.

If you want an independent referral agent with nine years’ experience in Oregon, then you call Jennifer Cook-Buman of Living Right Senior Placement.

And if you need a senior housing professional who understands the culture of each care facility, who matches seniors with their new homes based on compatibility, not just price, then you call Jennifer Cook-Buman of Living Right Senior Placement.

“I can help almost anyone,” Cook-Buman says. “It’s a confusing time, but having someone to guide you who’s familiar with the pitfalls and all the available options is invaluable.”

Cook-Buman is a long-standing member of the Oregon Senior Referral Agency, a board member for the Oregon Chapter of the Alzheimer’s Association and an advocate for the Clackamas County Meals on Wheels program.

She received her bachelor’s degree from the University of Washington and earned an MBA from Marylhurst University in 2004.

She’s considered a local INSIDER not just because of her practical knowledge of elder care, but because of her personal experience.

She placed her own grandmother in an adult care home in 2011, and helped place her father into a memory care community in 2014, after his dementia became unmanageable.

Living Right Senior Placement

P.O. Box 534, West Linn, Oregon 97068

(503) 780-7353

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Brought to you by Jan Nielsen - Nielsen's Jewelers - JEWELRY INSIDER -


NIELSEN'S JEWELERS - Jan NielsenIn 1892, Union Pacific trusted Nielsen’s Jewelers to keep railroad time.

A century before cell phones and computerized clocks, Nielsen’s synchronized the watches of engineers and switchmen, and kept the trains running on schedule.

Trains keep their own time now, but Nielsen’s Jewelers is still defined by the same trust, reliability and excellent customer service that generations of buyers have come to depend on.

Just ask Jan Nielsen. Jan followed her father and grandfather into the diamond and jewelry business. Currently located on the mall level of the Lloyd Center Tower building, Nielsen remembers their old store on North Russell.

An expert INSIDER, Nielsen says buyers should judge a gem by its color, clarity and cutting—not just its size. A well-cut diamond will reflect and return all the light shone into it, like a prism.

“The diamonds we sell are cut for beauty,” Nielsen says. “We stand behind what we sell.”

Today, Nielsen’s sells high-quality diamonds, jewelry, earrings, bridal sets, pendants and more. They offer free cleaning and inspection of heirlooms, and specialize in watch and jewelry repair. They also offer ring sizing, custom design, redesign and repair on all jewelry.

Nielsen’s supports local charities like Edison High School, the Scandinavian Heritage Foundation and Donate Life NW, a nonprofit that supports organ donations.

They are members of Jewelers of America and the Independent Jewelers Association, two trade organizations with strong professional codes of ethics.

Why does that matter?

“It’s not just the style of the ring,” Nielsen explains. “It’s the quality of the store.”

Nielsen's Jewelers

825 NE Multnomah St # 280, Portland, OR 97232

(503) 234-1614

www.nielsensjewelers.com

Brought to you by Shelley Howard - Kuhnhausen's Furniture Showcase - FURNITURE INSIDER -


KUHNHAUSEN'S FURNITURE SHOWCASE - Shelley HowardShelley Howard’s grandfather started Kuhnhausen’s Showcase in 1919 as an appliance store with a focus on high-quality goods, affordable prices and excellent customer service.

A lot has changed since then. The demand for metal during World War II forced Kuhnhausen’s to look in a different direction. Furniture was the obvious choice.

In 1947, Kuhnhausen’s switched storefronts, moving from downtown Portland to their current location on East Burnside.

But the emphasis on well-made furniture, sold at a fair price and with a friendly smile—that hasn’t changed.

“We believe that everyone deserves to live in their ideal space,” Howard says. “We sell furniture with solid-frame construction and a warranty that stands up to everyday use.”

With a 97-year history here, Kuhnhausen’s is classic Portland, and Howard is an authentic INSIDER. Her insights on the latest trends and newest construction materials keep customers satisfied and well outfitted.

Kuhnhausen’s Furniture Showcase cultivates an eclectic taste, featuring everything from a traditional style to ‘50s era retro-modern, which Howard says is a hit with millennials.

Kuhnhausen’s also supports other local businesses in the furniture industry, stocking Portland-made Biltwell Furniture and Eugene-based Whittier Wood Furniture.

“We’re pushing local companies so your money stays here in Portland,” Howard explains. “We’ve really kept current with the fabrics and styles that are important to younger folks. It’s exciting to see how tastes change.”

Howard is a Burnside East Business Association board member and a member of the National Federation of Independent Businesses.

Kuhnhausen's Furniture Showcase

2640 E Burnside St, Portland, OR 97214

(503) 234-6638

www.kuhnhausensfurniture.com

Brought to you by Gregg Harris - Roosevelt's Terrariums - TERRARIUM INSIDER -


ROOSEVELT'S TERRARIUMS - Gregg HarrisI am so happy to join the INSIDER team for the Portland Tribune. In my first column, allow me to introduce myself.

My name is Gregg Harris and my specialty is terrariums. A terrarium is a small-scale version of, well, planet Earth. They are nearly self-sufficient, plant-filled glass containers that function like miniature worlds.

Inside each terrarium, the live plants produce oxygen, while the microorganisms in the soil produce carbon dioxide. Just add water and a source of light and you’ve got a self-perpetuating environment.

Working in partnership with my 15-year-old son, James, I own and manage Roosevelt’s Terrariums, a full-service terrarium shop here on SE 44th and Hawthorne.

I have been designing terrariums since 1971, and so I will be an INSIDER on every aspect of these amazing living works of art.

In my terrarium classes here at the shop, I will teach how to paint with live plants. The terrarium is your canvas, and the plants are your palette of colors, textures and shapes.

I am a member of the Northwest Vivarium Society, and various horticultural societies. I did my studies in adult education at the University of Dayton & Wright State University. I also serve on the board of directors for the Hawthorne Boulevard Business Association.

One last thing. In my spare time, I reenact President Theodore Roosevelt, in whose honor my terrarium shop is named. Like me, he was a natural history enthusiast as well.

Roosevelt’s Terrariums

1510 SE 44th Ave, Apt. 101, Portland, OR 97214

(503) 734-9996

www.rooseveltspdx.com

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Portland's Sports

February 14, 2016

Sunday sports events

by Portland Tribune
Sunday, Feb. 14 Futsal USA Futsal boys and girls (ages 8-13) qualifying through Monday for the World Futsal Championships, Rose City Futsal, 5010 N.E. Oregon St. The 16-team tournament has five from Oregon, including Northeast United, Rose City…
February 14, 2016

Sunday TV, radio

by Portland Tribune
Sunday, Feb. 14 College women’s basketball Utah at Oregon State, 1 p.m. ... Connecticut at Temple, 9 a.m., ESPN2 ... Dayton at George Washington, 9 a.m., ESPNU ... North Carolina at Florida State, 11 a.m., ESPN2 ... Washington at UCLA, 11 a.m.,…
February 13, 2016

Rupp blows away field, qualifies for U.S. Olympics in marathon; Cragg wins women's race

by Portland Tribune
SATURDAY SPORTS NEWS Portland’s Galen Rupp qualified for the U.S. Olympic marathon team with an impressive debut, winning the trials by more than a minute at Los Angeles. “I had a blast out there,” he said. The 29-year-old former Central Catholic…
February 13, 2016

Oregon, OSU lose in Bay Area; Warner Pacific knocks off Northwest Christian; Multnomah sets…

by Portland Tribune
SATURDAY COLLEGE RESULTS MEN’S BASKETBALL Stanford 76, Oregon 72, at Stanford, Calif. The Ducks have a week to prepare to play Civil War rival Oregon State, which took the first matchup of the teams on Jan. 3. And, Oregon, a darling of the national…
February 13, 2016

Hawks lose at Seattle, 6-5, on goal with less than second left in overtime

by Portland Tribune
The Portland Winterhawks picked up a point, but lost a high-scoring Western Hockey League game to Seattle, 6-5 in overtime Saturday at ShoWare Center in Kent, Wash. It was a tough loss — Seattle's Scott Eansor scored with less than a second left in…
February 13, 2016

Warner Pacific holds on, faces Northwest Christian on Saturday

by Portland Tribune
FRIDAY COLLEGE RESULTS MEN'S BASKETBALL Warner Pacific 87, Corban 86, at Bart Valentine Court The Knights (18-8, 13-4, Cascade Collegiate Conference) survived the upset bid of Corban (14-11, 8-9) to remain in the thick of the CCC race heading into…
February 13, 2016

Saturday sports events

by Portland Tribune
Saturday, Feb. 13 Winterhawks Portland at Seattle, 7 p.m. (CW 32) Prep boys basketball Lincoln at Benson, City Christian at Delphian, 7:30 p.m. Prep girls basketball Benson at Lincoln, 7:30 p.m. Prep swimming PIL district meet, Dishman Pool, 1:30…
February 13, 2016

Saturday TV, radio

by Portland Tribune
Saturday, Feb. 13 Winterhawks Portland at Seattle, 7 p.m., KPAM (860 AM) College men’s basketball Oregon at Stanford, 1 p.m., Pac-12 Networks, KXTG (750 AM, 102.9 FM) ... Oregon State at California, 3:30 p.m., Pac-12 Networks, KEX (1190 AM) ...…
TRIBUNE PHOTO: JAIME VALDEZ - Gonzaga Bulldogs guard Silas Melson (left) and forward Kyle Wiltjer (right) defend Portland Pilots guard Alec Wintering during Thursday's game at Chiles Center.
February 12, 2016

Zags lay waste to Pilots, with Wiltjer leading the way

by Kerry Eggers
It's a down year for Gonzaga basketball when the Bulldogs aren't nationally ranked, which happens about as often as 70-degree days in The Palouse this time of year. After losing to Arizona and UCLA over the course of a week in December, Gonzaga…
February 12, 2016

Hill leads Hawks past Everett, 3-2

by Portland Tribune
Goaltender Adin Hill was spectacular in net, again, as the Portland Winterhawks beat Everett 3-2 Friday in Western Hockey League action at Veterans Memorial Coliseum. Hill was good as the Hawks beat Spokane 3-2 on Wednesday, and then he stopped 44…
February 12, 2016

Thursday prep results

by Portland Tribune
BOYS BASKETBALL PORTLAND INTERSCHOLASTIC LEAGUE A wild PIL race got wilder Thursday night. Madison stunned PIL title contender Grant. Roosevelt continued its climb, knocking off Lincoln. And all Jefferson did was take over sole possession of first…
TRIBUNE PHOTO: JONATHAN HOUSE - Geno West of Jefferson High gets off a jump shot at Wilson.
February 12, 2016

PREP SLIDESHOW: Jefferson wins, moves into PIL lead

by Portland Tribune
The Jefferson Democrats took over first place in the Portland Interscholastic League with their 75-59 victory Thursday night at Wilson. Jefferson is 8-3 in the PIL, a half-game ahead of Franklin (8-4), which will play Friday at Cleveland (7-4).…
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February 12, 2016

OSAA tabs Weber as next executive director

by Portland Tribune
FRIDAY SPORTS NEWS The Oregon School Activities Association has picked Peter Weber to replace the retiring Tom Welter as executive director. Welter is stepping down on July 31. Weber, 42, was the choice of the OSAA Executive Board to take over. He…
TRIBUNE FILE PHOTO: JONATHAN HOUSE - Lucas Melano (left) scored Thursday in the Portland Timbers' 1-0 preseason victory over Real Salt Lake at Tucson, Ariz.
February 12, 2016

Timbers score early, beat RSL

by Portland Tribune
THURSDAY SPORTS NEWS • The Portland Timbers wrapped up their preseason stint in Tucson, Ariz., on Thursday with a 1-0 victory over Real Salt Lake at Kino Sports Complex. Twenty-two players, including U.S. national team member Darlington Nagbe, saw…
February 12, 2016

Friday sports events

by Portland Tribune
Friday, Feb. 12 Winterhawks Everett at Portland, Memorial Coliseum, 7 p.m. Prep boys basketball Aloha at Jesuit, Parkrose at La Salle Prep, 7:15 p.m. … Franklin at Cleveland, Roosevelt at Grant, Madison at Jefferson, Clackamas at Central Catholic,…
February 12, 2016

Friday TV, radio

by Portland Tribune
Friday, Feb. 12 Winterhawks Everett at Portland, Memorial Coliseum, 7 p.m., KPAM (860 AM) Prep girls basketball Sunset at Southridge, 7:15 p.m., KUIK (1360 AM) College men’s basketball Ohio at Buffalo, 4 p.m., ESPNU ... Dayton at Rhode Island, 4…
TRIBUNE PHOTO: DIEGO G. DIAZ - Portland's Al-Farouq Aminu goes up to deter Dwight Howard of Houston close to the basket in the Trail Blazers' victory Wednesday night at Moda Center.
February 11, 2016

Blazers rule, Rockets duel on night of drama at Moda

by Kerry Eggers
The Houston Rockets are going nowhere fast, while the Trail Blazers are trending steadily upward. Those were the primary talking points on a Wednesday night stoked full of drama at Moda Center. There was Damian Lillard celebrating his reconnection…
TRIBUNE PHOTO: DIEGO G. DIAZ - Trail Blazers teammates listen to Damian Lillard during a break in the action Wednesday night at Moda Center.
February 11, 2016

SLIDESHOW: Soaring higher than Rockets

by Portland Tribune
The Trail Blazers go into the All-Star break on fire, after having ripped into the Houston Rockets for a 116-103 win Wednesday night at Moda Center. Damian Lillard had 31 points and nine assists, and Moe Harkless posted season highs of 19 points and…
COURTESY: CHRISTOPHER OERTELL - Concordia guard Dennis Ahana (left) goes inside against Simon Fraser.
February 11, 2016

Cal routs Oregon; OSU wins at Stanford; Idaho State's Telfair scorches PSU again; Gonzaga…

by Portland Tribune
THURSDAY COLLEGE RESULTS MEN'S BASKETBALL California 83, Oregon 63, at Berkeley, Calif. The surging No. 11 Ducks had their six-game winning streak snapped, as the Golden Bears led the entire way, including by 25 points at one point. The Ducks, who…
February 11, 2016

Best bets

by Portland Tribune
Winterhawks Friday: Everett vs. Portland, Memorial Coliseum, 7 p.m. Monday: Victoria at Portland, Memorial Coliseum, 3 p.m. Prep boys basketball Thursday: Jefferson at Wilson, Roosevelt at Lincoln, 7:30 p.m. Friday: Parkrose at La Salle Prep, 7:15…
February 11, 2016

TV, radio

by Portland Tribune
Thursday, Feb. 11 College men’s basketball: Oregon at California, 6 p.m., ESPN2, KXTG (750 AM, 102.9 FM) ... Oregon State at Stanford, 8 p.m., FS1, KEX (1190 AM) ... Gonzaga at Portland, 8 p.m., ESPNU, KMTT (910 AM), KUIK (1360 AM) ... St. Francis…
February 11, 2016

Main events

by Portland Tribune
Thursday, Feb. 11 Prep boys basketball: Jefferson at Wilson, Grant at Madison, Roosevelt at Lincoln, Catlin Gabel at Riverside, Portland Adventist Academy at Portland Christian, De La Salle North Catholic at Rainier, Kennedy at Oregon Episcopal…
PREECE
February 11, 2016

Sports birthdays

by Portland Tribune
Feb. 15, 1947 Steve Preece (age 69) Oregon State’s “Giant Killers” quarterback was primarily a defensive back in the NFL from 1969-77. He is from Idaho Falls, Idaho. Feb. 15, 1958 Brent Peterson (age 58) The retired NHL player and coach was a center…
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February 11, 2016

Oregon sports history

by Portland Tribune
Feb. 11-15, 2000 Portland State athletic director Jim Sterk says the Vikings are debating whether to leave the Big Sky for the Western Athletic Conference, if PSU is invited to join Fresno State, San Jose State, Boise State, Nevada, Hawaii, Rice,…
February 11, 2016

Winterhawks

by Portland Tribune
The Winterhawks have been known for their offensive defensemen in recent years, and the D corps that includes top producers Jack Dougherty (9 goals-31 assists-40 points) and Caleb Jones (8-31-39) hasn’t dropped off too much this season. Nine…
February 10, 2016

Hawks blow third-period lead, but win on Abols' OT goal at Spokane

by Portland Tribune
The Portland Winterhawks are getting into Western Hockey League defensive and goaltending struggles these days, and they came out on top in a game at Spokane on Wednesday, despite giving up a two-goal lead. Rodrigo Abols went hard to the net,…
COURTESY: UNIVERSITY OF OREGON - Sophomore Cole Irvin returns to the nationally ranked Oregon Ducks after making 16 starts last season.
February 10, 2016

College rankings

by Portland Tribune
MEN’S BASKETBALL D-I Oregon — 11th (AP), 12th (coaches) NAIA D-II Warner Pacific — 24th (coaches) WOMEN’S BASKETBALL D-I Oregon State — 8th (coaches, AP) MEN’S INDOOR TRACK AND FIELD Oregon — 6th (USTFCCCA) Portland — 22nd (USTFCCCA) WOMEN’S INDOOR…
COURTESY: UNIVERSITY OF PORTLAND - Michail Pervolarakis, University of Portland sophomore, won No. 1 singles matches 6-2, 6-3 and 6-2, 6-4 last week as the Pilots swept home matches against Seattle and Idaho.
February 10, 2016

PSU sets spring football schedule; Welter to retire; Lillard back in Olympics consideration

by Portland Tribune
WEDNESDAY SPORTS NEWS Portland State spring football practices will start March 30 at Stott Community Field. The Vikings will train through April 21 and have a spring game at 2 p.m. Saturday, April 23, also at Stott. • Tom Welter will retire on July…
TRIBUNE FILE PHOTO: JONATHAN HOUSE - Russell Tillery, Grant High guard, and the Generals picked up a key victory Tuesday night over Cleveland to move up in the PIL standings.
February 10, 2016

PREPS: Grant's fire gets a big PIL boys win over cold Cleveland

by Steve Brandon
A team meeting lit a fire in the Grant Generals boys basketball team, just in time to derail Cleveland’s six-game winning streak with a 49-40 homecourt victory Tuesday. There’s been smoke and fire around Grant this season, but not all of it on the…
February 10, 2016

Tuesday prep results

by Portland Tribune
BOYS BASKETBALL PORTLAND INTERSCHOLASTIC LEAGUE GRANT 49, Cleveland 40 Lincoln 67, MADISON 49 JEFFERSON 93, Benson 53 FRANKLIN 59, Wilson 52 Standings Franklin 8-4 Grant 7-3 Jefferson 7-3 Cleveland 6-4 Lincoln 6-5 Wilson 6-5 Roosevelt 5-5 Madison…
COURTESY: CHRISTOPHER OERTELL - Concordia guard Keesha Sarman (right) shoots over Western Oregon's Jazmin Bembry during a women's basketball game Tuesday night at Concordia.
February 10, 2016

Lewis & Clark men top Linfield

by Portland Tribune
TUESDAY COLLEGE RESULTS MEN’S BASKETBALL Saint Martin’s 81, Concordia 64, at Lacey, Wash. The Cavaliers led on the road by seven points at the half, but couldn’t hold off Saint Martin’s University in a Great Northwest Athletic Conference game…
TRIBUNE FILE PHOTO: DIEGO G. DIAZ - Bryce Pressley (left) of the Portland Pilots goes to the basket against Portland State's Cameron Forte.
February 09, 2016

Pilots, Vikings look to crash through NCAA roadblock

by Jason Vondersmith
ON COLLEGE HOOPS Earlier this season, the Portland Pilots brought back members of their 1995-96 NCAA Tournament team for a 20-year reunion. Just think: Some members of the 1995-’96 team are now north of 40 years old, and some of the members of the…
COURTESY: CHRISTOPHER OERTELL - Cooper Larson of Lewis & Clark College heads to first base at Ron Tonkin Field.
February 09, 2016

OSU gymnasts win at UW; Pioneers finish baseball tourney 1-3

by Portland Tribune
MONDAY COLLEGE RESULTS GYMNASTICS Oregon State 195.325, Washington 194.275, at Seattle Freshmen Mary Jacobsen and Mariana Colussi-Pelaez helped lead the way as the 15th-ranked Beavers improved to 6-2 with a road win against UW, which was ranked 29th…
February 09, 2016

Main events

by Portland Tribune
Tuesday, Feb. 9 Prep boys basketball: Southridge at Jesuit, Putnam at Parkrose, La Salle Prep at Liberty, 7:15 p.m. … Wilson at Franklin, Cleveland at Grant, Lincoln at Madison, Benson at Jefferson, Central Catholic at David Douglas, Riverdale at De…
February 09, 2016

TV, radio

by Portland Tribune
Tuesday, Feb. 9 Prep boys basketball: Benson at Jefferson, 7:30 p.m., KBPS (1450 AM) ... Beaverton at Century, 7:15 p.m. Prep girls basketball: Benson at Jefferson, 5:45 p.m., KBPS (1450 AM) College men’s basketball: West Virginia at Kansas, 4 p.m.,…
February 09, 2016

Best bets

by Portland Tribune
Launching Rockets 7:30 p.m. Wednesday (KGW (8) Houston and Portland, battling for the seventh spot in the NBA Western Conference, collide at Moda Center. The Blazers crushed the Rockets 96-79 Saturday at Houston. Houston will be coming off a Tuesday…
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February 09, 2016

Oregon sports history

by Portland Tribune
Feb. 5, 1978 Three Trail Blazers — Bill Walton, Maurice Lucas and Lionel Hollins — play in the NBA All-Star Game at the Omni Coliseum in Atlanta. Their West team, coached by Portland’s Jack Ramsay, loses to the East 133-125. Walton has 15 points and…
February 09, 2016

Sports birthday

by Portland Tribune
Feb. 10, 1964 Reggie Bynum (age 52) A native of Greenville, Miss., he went from Oregon State to the NFL in the ninth round of the 1986 draft, and caught two passes during a one-year stint with the Buffalo Bills.
February 08, 2016

Blazers win in OT at Memphis

by Portland Tribune
Guards Damian Lilard, CJ McCollum, Gerald Henderson and Allen Crabbe scored and made key plays Monday night as the Trail Blazers continued their recent surge and won on the road, downing Memphis 112-106 in overtime. Lillard had 33 points, and…
February 08, 2016

Monday sports events

by Portland Tribune
Monday, Feb. 8 Blazers Portland at Memphis, 5 p.m. (CSNNW) Horse racing Live at Portland Meadows, noon College gymnastics Oregon State at Washington, 7 p.m. (Pac-12 Networks) College wrestling Warner Pacific (men) at Pacific, 7 p.m. College baseball…

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Feb 08, 2016

Monday TV, radio

by Portland Tribune
Monday, Feb. 8 Blazers Portland at Memphis, 5 p.m., CSNNW, KPOJ (620 AM), KKRZ (102.3 FM) College gymnastics Oregon State at Washington, 7 p.m., Pac-12 Networks College men’s basketball St.…
COURTESY: BRYAN HEIM/PORTLAND WINTERHAWKS - Brett Clayton skates with the puck Saturday night for the Portland Winterhawks.
Feb 07, 2016

Hawks manage only one goal in loss to Victoria

by Portland Tribune
The Portland Winterhawks' scoring woes continue, as Victoria beat the Hawks 3-1 Saturday in Western Hockey League play at Moda Center. The Hawks have been held to two goals or fewer in four…
Feb 07, 2016

Brooks leads UO past Utah; Ducks, Beavers post women's victories

by Portland Tribune
SUNDAY COLLEGE RESULTS MEN’S BASKETBALL Oregon 76, Utah 66, at Matthew Knight Arena The No. 16 Ducks reached the 20-win mark with their sixth straight victory. Sophomore forward Dillon Brooks…
Feb 07, 2016

Sunday sports events

by Portland Tribune
Sunday, Feb. 7 College men’s basketball Utah at Oregon, 1 p.m. (ESPN2) College women’s basketball Oregon State at Washington State, 11 a.m. … Oregon at Washington, noon College baseball George…
Feb 07, 2016

Sunday TV, radio

by Portland Tribune
Sunday, Feb. 7 Super Bowl 50 Denver vs. Carolina, Levi’s Stadium, Santa Clara, Calif., 3:30 p.m., KOIN (6), KXTG (750 AM, 102.9 FM) College men’s basketball Utah at Oregon, 1 p.m., ESPN2, KUFO…
Feb 06, 2016

Centrowitz, Felix headline fast night at House of Track

by Kerry Eggers
The 1,600 spectators who jammed the House of Track in Northwest Portland Friday night for the finale of four high-performance track and field meets saw competition that was well worth the price…
Feb 06, 2016

Clutch free throws clinch Oregon State's home win over Colorado;…

by Portland Tribune
SATURDAY COLLEGE RESULTS College men’s basketball Oregon State 60, Colorado 56, at Gill Coliseum The Buffaloes erased the Beavers’ 11-point halftime lead and tied the score 55-55 in the final…
Feb 06, 2016

Blazers win at Houston

by Portland Tribune
The Trail Blazers picked up a key win Saturday in the NBA Western Conference race for lower-level playoff berths. Portland dominated Houston early and beat the Rockets 96-79 at Houston’s Toyota…
TRIBUNE PHOTO: CHRISTOPHER OERTELL - Lincoln High's Reed Hazard hits a 3-pointer Friday night against Wilson.
Feb 06, 2016

PREP SLIDESHOW: Lincoln girls top Wilson, 50-38

by Portland Tribune
On Friday night, the Lincoln Cardinals took on the Wilson Trojans in a Portland Interscholastic League girls basketball game at Wilson High. Lincoln won, 50-38. TRIBUNE PHOTOS: CHRISTOPHER…
TRIBUNE PHOTO: CHRISTOPHER OERTELL - From left, Wilson High's Jaylen Eichler, Lincoln's Jaden Dewar and Wilson's Max Lommen follow the ball.
Feb 06, 2016

PREP SLIDESHOW: Cardinals win at Wilson in PIL boys basketball,…

by Portland Tribune
Lincoln High's boys basketball team picked up a road victory Friday night, knocking off Wilson 77-58 on the Trojans' floor. TRIBUNE PHOTOS: CHRISTOPHER OERTELL…
Feb 06, 2016

Saturday TV, radio

by Portland Tribune
Saturday, Feb. 6 Blazers Portland at Houston, 2 p.m., KGW (8), KPOJ (620 AM), KKRZ (102.3 FM) Winterhawks Victoria at Portland, Moda Center, 7 p.m., KPAM (860 AM) College men’s basketball…
Feb 06, 2016

Saturday sports events

by Portland Tribune
Saturday, Feb. 6 Blazers Portland at Houston, 2 p.m. (KGW 8) Winterhawks Victoria at Portland, Moda Center, 7 p.m. College men’s basketball Portland at Loyola Marymount, 3 p.m. … Portland CC at…
PAMPLIN MEDIA GROUP: JEFF GOODMAN - AJ Schlatter (4) rejoices after Canby's upset victory over Sheldon in the state playoff playoffs.
Feb 05, 2016

Memory of AJ Schlatter motivates his 'Band of Brothers'

by Corey Buchanan
FRIENDS, TEAMMATES RECALL THE GOOD TIMES AND WHAT MADE THE PORTLAND STATE LINEBACKER FROM CANBY SPECIAL CANBY — While standout football player Sam Bodine lay on the Canby High field surrounded…
TRIBUNE FILE PHOTO: JAIME VALDEZ - Thomas Tyner celebrates with the Oregon Ducks after their College Football Playoff victory over Florida State at the Rose Bowl in January 2015.
Feb 05, 2016

UO's Tyner retires from football, due to injuries

by Pamplin Media Group
Bad shoulders and other injuries and a desire to focus on academics has led to Oregon running back Thomas Tyner's decision to medically retire from football. The school announced the news of…
COURTESY: BRYAN HEIM/PORTLAND WINTERHAWKS - Keegan Iverson of the Portland Winterhawks looks to pass across the ice during Friday night's win at home over Seattle.
Feb 05, 2016

Winterhawks stifle Seattle, 2-1

by Portland Tribune
The Portland Winterhawks picked up a nice win Friday night at home, defeating the Seattle Thunderbirds 2-1 before 10,262 at Moda Center. Adin Hill stopped 28 of 29 shots to claim the victory.…
Feb 05, 2016

Beavers, Ducks win in women's hoops; Warner Pacific men down C…

by Portland Tribune
FRIDAY COLLEGE RESULTS MEN'S BASKETBALL Warner Pacific 101, College of Idaho 75, at Caldwell, Idaho The third-place Knights improved to 11-4 in the Cascade Collegiate Conference, cruising after…
TRIBUNE PHOTO: CHRISTOPHER OERTELL - Wilson High's Kennedy Reed (left) dribbles against Lincoln's Savannah Corradini in a Friday night girls basketball game at Wilson.
Feb 05, 2016

Friday prep results

by Portland Tribune
BOYS BASKETBALL PORTLAND INTERSCHOLASTIC LEAGUE Lincoln 77, WILSON 58 ROOSEVELT 72, Madison 63 (at Cleveland) Jefferson 57, FRANKLIN 56 Standings Franklin 7-4 Grant 6-3 Jefferson 6-3 Cleveland…
Feb 05, 2016

Friday sports events

by Portland Tribune
Friday, Feb. 5 Winterhawks Seattle at Portland, Moda Center, 7 p.m. Indoor track and field High-performance meet, House of Track, 2400 N.W. Front Ave., 5 p.m. Prep boys basketball Jesuit at…
Feb 05, 2016

Friday TV, radio

by Portland Tribune
Friday, Feb. 5 Winterhawks Seattle at Portland, Moda Center, 7 p.m., KPAM (860 AM) Prep boys basketball Westview at Southridge, 7:15 p.m., KUIK (1360 AM) ... Lincoln at Wilson, 7:30 p.m., KBPS…
TRIBUNE PHOTO: JOSH KULLA - C.J. McCollum drives the lane Thursday in Portland's 110-103 loss to the Toronto Raptors. McCollum finished with 21 points and six rebounds.
Feb 04, 2016

McCollum after Blazers' loss to Raptors: 'We're not ready'

by Kerry Eggers
Two of the NBA's hottest teams took to the court at Moda Center Thursday night, and the better team prevailed. Toronto got the jump on the Trail Blazers, knocked down 12 of 19 attempts from the…
COURTESY: SCOBEL WIGGINS - First baseman/catcher KJ Harrison (left), a Freshman All-American last year for Oregon State, is one of the Beavers' leaders going into the 2016 season.
Feb 04, 2016

Highly ranked Beavers eye baseball postseason, despite youth

by Kerry Eggers
CORVALLIS — Hard to believe, but the start of Oregon State's baseball season is two weeks away. OSU will debut Feb. 19 against Ball State at Surprise, Ariz., with a top-10 ranking in all of the…
TRIBUNE FILE PHOTO: JAIME VALDEZ - ANDERSEN
Feb 09, 2016

Andersen happy with Beavers' 'nice class'

by Kerry Eggers
CORVALLIS — A look at football letter-of-intent signing day at Oregon State … • Oregon State signed 24 athletes, including seven junior-college players. OSU's class was ranked 41st nationally…
TRIBUNE PHOTO: JOSH KULLA - Portland Timbers owner Merritt Paulson (right) is greeted by Trail Blazers broadcasting legend Bill Schonley before Thursday night's game between Portland and Toronto.
Feb 04, 2016

SLIDESHOW: Blazers vs. Raptors

by Pamplin Media Group
The Trail Blazers fell at home Thursday night to the Toronto Raptors, 110-103. For the Blazers (24-27), Damian Lillard had 27 points, 11 assists and five rebounds, while C.J. McCollum added 21…
COURTESY: BENYON SPORTS - Indoor track and field competition has been going on this year at the House of Track in Northwest Portland, built by Benyon Sports, as a prelude to two major events coming soon to the Oregon Convention Center.
Feb 04, 2016

PORTLAND HAS HAD LONG RUN WITH INDOOR TRACK

by Kerry Eggers
KERRY EGGERS ON SPORTS The focus of the international track and field world will be on Portland in March, when the U.S. Indoor Championships and IAAF World Indoor Championships will take place a…
Feb 04, 2016

Council candidate calls for Youth Bureau to serve at-risk young…

by Portland Tribune
Fred Stewart, a Portland realtor running against Commissioner Steve Novick, has proposed creating a Youth Bureau to provide after-school services and programs for young people between the ages…
COURTESY: CHRISTOPHER OERTELL - Concordia forward McKenna Daly (right) shoots Thursday night at home against Alaska Anchorage.
Feb 04, 2016

First-place Ducks beat Colorado, Beavers edge Utah; Pilot women…

by Portland Tribune
THURSDAY COLLEGE RESULTS MEN'S BASKETBALL Oregon 76, Colorado 56, at Matthew Knight Arena The Ducks' surge continued, as they avenged one of their two Pac-12 losses with the rout of the…
TRIBUNE PHOTO: MICHAEL WORKMAN - Jonathan Stewart, former University of Oregon running back, takes a handoff from Carolina Panthers quarterback Cam Newton.
Feb 04, 2016

Super Bowl sports some familiar faces

by Jeff Smith
Typically, a Super Bowl team that starts a former Oregon Ducks player and has a former Oregon State Beavers player on its practice squad would be enough to earn local rooting interest. But as TJ…
TRIBUNE PHOTO: CHRISTOPHER OERTELL - Taylor Young goes to the basket for Warner Pacific College, which has moved into third place in the Cascade Collegiate Conference.
Feb 04, 2016

Reasons why Ducks, Beavers are on top

by Portland Tribune
ON COLLEGE HOOPS A matching set of Pac-12 basketball titles for the state of Oregon? It’s possible. The U of O men and OSU women are in position to claim regular-season championships, although…
Feb 04, 2016

Main events

by Portland Tribune
Thursday, Feb. 4 Blazers: Toronto at Portland, 7 p.m. (CSNNW) College men’s basketball: Colorado at Oregon, 6 p.m. (FS1) … Montana State at Portland State, 7 p.m. … Concordia at Seattle Pacific,…
Feb 04, 2016

Best bets

by Portland Tribune
Blazers 7 p.m. Thursday Portland has a home game against Terrence Ross and the Toronto Raptors (CSNNW). Winterhawks 7 p.m. Friday, Saturday Portland takes on Seattle and Victoria at Moda Center.…
Feb 04, 2016

TV, radio

by Portland Tribune
Thursday, Feb. 4 Blazers: Toronto at Portland, 7 p.m., CSNNW, KPOJ (620 AM), KKRZ (102.3 FM) College men’s basketball: Colorado at Oregon, 6 p.m., FS1, KXTG (750 AM, 102.9 FM) ... Portland at…
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Feb 04, 2016

Oregon sports history

by Portland Tribune
Feb. 6, 1970 Portland joins the NBA. Commissioner J. Walter Kennedy announces that Portland, Buffalo, Cleveland and Houston will be expansion teams for 1970-71 — each to pay $3.7 millon to be in…
TRIBUNE FILE PHOTO: MICHAEL WORKMAN - HEKKER
Feb 04, 2016

Sports birthdays

by Portland Tribune
Feb. 7, 1990 Jacquizz Rodgers (age 26) Born in Richmond, Texas, the 5-6 former Oregon State football player has spent five years in the NFL since being a fifth-round draft pick. Injuries limited…
TRIBUNE PHOTO: JAIME VALDEZ - Trevon Bradford of Oregon City High eludes Clackamas defenders in a game last season. Bradford is one of Oregon State's latest group of signees for football.
Feb 03, 2016

Meet 5 top Beavers for the future

by Kerry Eggers
Gary Andersen's second recruiting class at Oregon State features players whom the Beavers' head coach hopes to build around over the next few seasons. Here are five, and their stories: • Mason…
TRIBUNE PHOTO: DAVID BLAIR - Blazers guard Gerald Henderson, who had a strong fourth quarter in Portland's victory, gets above the rim Tuesday night against the Milwaukee Bucks at Moda Center.
Feb 03, 2016

SLIDESHOW: Blazers win again

by Portland Tribune
The Trail Blazers' roll continued Tuesday night with a 107-95 homecourt victory over the Milwaukee Bucks. CJ McCollum led the way for Portland with 30 points. Damian Lillard had 12 assists and…
PAMPLIN MEDIA GROUP: DAN BROOD - Steffen Jacobsen (19), celebrating a Wilson Trojans score in the 2015 playoffs versus Tualatin, is one of several local players to sign with Portland State football.
Feb 03, 2016

A 'tough' year for Barnum, Portland State recruiting

by Jeff Smith
On a television set in Boise, Idaho, Kenton Bartlett sat in an anchor’s chair with two hats before him. On his right, a green Portland State University cap. On his left, a black hat from the…
Feb 03, 2016

Ducks sign three QBs, several linebackers, five state of Oregon…

by Jason Vondersmith
The Oregon Ducks signed three quarterbacks, including heralded transfer Dakota Prukop, and several linebackers and defensive players for new defensive coordinator Brady Hoke and 19 players in…
Feb 03, 2016

Silvertips score late to top Hawks, 3-2

by Pamplin Media Group
The Portland Winterhawks' losing streak has reached three games. After weekend losses at Kelowna and Kamloops, the Hawks traveled to Everett and lost to the Silvertips on a late goal, 3-2. The…
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Feb 03, 2016

AFL Commissioner Butera promises 'outstanding team' for Portland…

by Steve Brandon
THUNDER NAME TO BE REPLACED, AS ARENA FOOTBALL LEAGUE MAKES 'TRANSITION' IN OWNERSHIP, APPROACH Scott Butera, commissioner of the Arena Football League, said Wednesday he believes Portland will…
TRIBUNE FILE PHOTO - Terry Emmert checks out the crowd at a 2015 Portland Thunder Arena Football League game at Moda Center.
Feb 03, 2016

Emmert fires back at Arena Football League

by Steve Brandon
Thunder owner says he was caught "off guard" when AFL took over team in January Terry Emmert, who owned and ran the Arena Football League’s Portland Thunder the past two seasons, has fired back…
TRIBUNE FILE PHOTO: JAIME VALDEZ - Senior point guard Devin Ishimaru helped lead the Cleveland Warriors to their sixth PIL victory in a row on Tuesday, 68-57 on the road against Lincoln.
Feb 03, 2016

PREPS: Not perfect, Cleveland still handles Lincoln

by Steve Brandon
DEFENSE LIFTS WARRIORS AGAIN IN TEAM'S SIXTH CONSECUTIVE PIL VICTORY It wasn’t their best or prettiest game, but the Cleveland Warriors remained the hottest team in the Portland Interscholastic…
TRIBUNE PHOTO: JONATHAN HOUSE - The Franklin Quakers, coached by Jeffrey McGee, knocked off Grant on Tuesday night and took the lead in the Portland Interscholastic League.
Feb 03, 2016

Tuesday prep results

by Portland Tribune
BOYS BASKETBALL PORTLAND INTERSCHOLASTIC LEAGUE FRANKLIN 64, Grant 61 Cleveland 68, LINCOLN 57 Wilson 59, MADISON 50 Roosevelt 67, JEFFERSON 64 Standings Franklin 7-3 Cleveland 6-3 Grant 6-3…
Feb 03, 2016

Wednesday sports events

by Portland Tribune
Wednesday, Feb. 3 Winterhawks Portland at Everett, 7 p.m. Prep boys basketball Portland Waldorf at Delphian, 7 p.m. Prep wrestling Wilson at Cleveland, Lincoln at Grant, Franklin at Madison,…
Feb 03, 2016

Wednesday TV, radio

by Portland Tribune
Wednesday, Feb. 3 Winterhawks Portland at Everett, 7 p.m., KPAM (860 AM) NBA Golden State at Washington, 5 p.m., Minnesota at L.A. Clippers, 7:30 p.m., ESPN NHL Detroit at Tampa Bay, 5 p.m., NBC…
TRIBUNE PHOTO: DAVID BLAIR - Blazers guard CJ McCollum cuts to the basket during Tuesday night's game against the Milwaukee Bucks.
Feb 02, 2016

Just another win for Blazers, but the going gets tougher

by Kerry Eggers
The Trail Blazers continued their climb up the NBA's Western Conference standings with a routine 107-95 victory over Milwaukee Tuesday night at Moda Center. Now the terrain gets a bit more…
TRIBUNE FILE PHOTO: DAVID BLAIR - Guard Jamie Weisner's torrid shooting and her team's solid defense added up to a big Monday night win for the Oregon State women's basketball team at Gill Coliseum.
Feb 02, 2016

Weisner, Beaver women deal on the Devils

by Kerry Eggers
CORVALLIS — Sydney Wiese sat in the right of three chairs at the postgame podium, prepared to address the media after Oregon State's 67-44 demolition job of Arizona State Monday night at Gill…
COURTESY: RIHARDS BUKARTS - Portland Winterhawks forward Rihards Bukarts, 5-9, poses with fellow Latvian Kristaps Porzingis, the 7-3 rookie star of the New York Knicks.
Feb 02, 2016

Winterhawks have a ball watching countryman Porzingis

by Jason Vondersmith
One would think Rodrigo Abols of the Portland Winterhawks, who is 6-5, would have played basketball at some point. Nope. Abols says he has a hard time hitting the rim with a shot. “Sometimes I…
COURTESY: OREGON INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY - Danny Miles, cutting down the net after one of Oregon Tech's national championships, will retire at the end of the men's basketball season.
Feb 02, 2016

Miles blows whistle on legendary career

by Jason Vondersmith
ON COLLEGE HOOPS If he hadn’t been struck with cancer, twice, Danny Miles probably wouldn’t be retiring. “I’d still be coaching,” the living legend of Oregon men’s college basketball coaching…
Feb 02, 2016

Pickles add Cal Riverside player; Thorns swap defenders

by Portland Tribune
TUESDAY SPORTS NEWS The Portland Pickles have signed Cal Riverside freshman outfielder Cade Peters. The Pickles are one of six teams in the new Great West League, a summer college wood-bat…
Feb 02, 2016

Main events

by Portland Tribune
Tuesday, Feb. 2 Blazers: Milwaukee at Portland, 7 p.m. (CSNNW) Prep boys basketball: Sunset at Jesuit, Wilsonville at La Salle Prep, 7:15 p.m. … Grant at Franklin, Roosevelt at Jefferson,…
Feb 02, 2016

Best bets

by Portland Tribune
Bucks stop here 7 p.m. Tuesday (CSNNW) Milwaukee visits Portland for a night of NBA basketball. Prep basketball Tuesday boys Top matchups include: Sunset at Jesuit, and Wilsonville at La Salle…
Feb 02, 2016

TV, radio

by Portland Tribune
Tuesday, Feb. 2 Blazers: Milwaukee at Portland, 7 p.m., CSNNW, KPOJ (620 AM), KKRZ (102.3 FM) Prep girls basketball: Lincoln at Cleveland, 7:30 p.m., KBPS (1450 AM) NHL: Florida at Washington,…
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Feb 02, 2016

Oregon sports history

by Portland Tribune
Feb. 2-3, 1975 Eighteen-year-old high jumping sensation Joni Huntley from Sheridan cpatures the Hayward Trophy as Oregon’s outstanding amateur athlete of 1974 at the annual Hayward Banquet of…
GAUSTAD
Feb 02, 2016

Sports birthday

by Portland Tribune
Feb. 3, 1982 Paul Gaustad (age 34) The 6-5 Nashville Predators center starred for the Portland Winterhawks before his NHL debut in 2002. He is a graduate of Beaverton High.
Feb 02, 2016

Status report

by Portland Tribune
Blazers: Portland (23-26), winner of four in a row (all at home), has two more games at Moda Center before hitting the road. Portland will welcome Milwaukee at 7 tonight and Toronto at 7 p.m.…
Feb 01, 2016

Beavers dominate Sun Devils in Pac-12 women's showdown

by Pamplin Media Group
MONDAY COLLEGE RESULTS WOMEN'S BASKETBALL Oregon State 67, Arizona State 44, at Gill Coliseum The Beavers broke open a close game and routed the Sun Devils in an anticipated Pac-12 showdown in…
Feb 01, 2016

Monday sports events, TV, radio

by Portland Tribune
Monday, Feb. 1 College women’s basketball Arizona State at Oregon State, 8 p.m., ESPN2 … Notre Dame at Duke, 3 p.m., ESPN2 ... Syracuse at Miami, 4 p.m., Root Sports College men’s basketball…
TRIBUNE PHOTO: ADAM WICKHAM - Portland State football players hear tributes to teammate AJ Schlatter during a Sunday memorial service at PSU for the Vikings linebacker who died Jan. 17.
Jan 31, 2016

Proud Portland State remembers, celebrates life of AJ Schlatter

by Steve Brandon
Some people tend to be remembered primarily for one thing. It might be for their athletic prowess, or their leadership. It might be for their humility, or their love of family, or their kindness…
TRIBUNE PHOTO: ADAM WICKHAM - Jim Schlatter talks about his son, AJ, during a celebration of the Portland State football player's life Sunday at Stott Center.
Jan 31, 2016

SLIDESHOW: PSU honors AJ Schlatter

by Portland Tribune
Scenes from Sunday's celebration of life for AJ Schlatter, a Portland State linebacker from Canby High who died Jan. 17 of complications from tonsil surgery. TRIBUNE PHOTOS: ADAM WICKHAM…
TRIBUNE PHOTO: JAIME VALDEZ - Trail Blazers guard Damian Lillard (right) dribbles around Minnesota Timberwolves center Gorgui Dieng on Sunday at Moda Center.
Jan 31, 2016

Blazers nip Timberwolves, keep wins rolling

by Kerry Eggers
The Trail Blazers are streaking. The immediate future will tell if it's primarily a matter of fortuitous scheduling, or if the club is ready to make a leap forward. Portland's 96-93 victory over…