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February 13, 2018

Oregon approves state tournament for girls wrestling

Oregon's activities association on Monday voted to sanction a state tournament for girls wrestling beginning with the 2018-19 school year. Oregon becomes the seventh state to launch such an event. Outside of lacrosse, girls wrestling has been amon...


July 19, 2017

Oregon HS reaches tentative settlement in Title IX lawsuit

The Lake Oswego School District in Oregon will upgrade its softball team's facilities as part of a settlement that was tentatively reached this week in a 2016 Title IX lawsuit. Ten current and former Lake Oswego High School softball players filed ...


March 24, 2017

Oregon school keeps ‘Braves’ nickname in agreement with tribe

Some states have forced public schools to abandon their Native American nicknames in recent years, but Oregon took a different approach. Win approval from one of the state's tribes, and you can keep it. The Banks School District outside of Portlan...


January 18, 2017

Oregon strength coach suspended after football players hospitalized

The University of Oregon suspended one of its strength and conditioning coaches Tuesday, days after three football players were hospitalized following offseason conditioning programs. Irele Oderinde was suspended one month without pay and, accordi...


July 27, 2016

Shortage of high school officials becoming a ‘crisis’ in Oregon

Oregon's athletic association is becoming concerned that there aren't enough qualified, young officials to replace those who are leaving the profession. [caption id="attachment_14971" align="alignright" width="285"] Photo: Kevin Hoffman[/caption]...


April 6, 2016

Oregon prep softball team files Title IX lawsuit against district

An Oregon prep softball team has filed a Title IX lawsuit against the school district, alleging that the program does not receive the same treatment as the baseball team. The Lake Oswego High School softball team outlined a handful of grievances,...


June 26, 2015

Oregon to begin requiring Heads Up Football training for coaches

Beginning in 2016, all Oregon high school football coaches will be required to enroll into the Heads Up Football program to help keep student-athletes safe on the field. The Oregon School Activities Association (OSAA) is the first high school athl...


April 15, 2015

Survey: Prep coaches uninterested in injury prevention programs

A new survey of high school coaches found that less than 10 percent of them implement injury prevention programs as designed. The study looked at 66 basketball and soccer coaches at 15 Oregon high schools who completed online surveys questioning t...