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April 18, 2022

Oregon High School Placed on Probation After Racial Taunts at Basketball Game

An Oregon high school was placed on probation by the Oregon School Activities Association (OSAA) following a January basketball game where the opposing team was met with racial taunts from the crowd. Molalla High School's probationary period start...


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March 4, 2022

Oregon Athletics Launches School-Licensed NIL Marketplace

The University of Oregon announced today the creation of the Official NIL Marketplace of the Oregon Ducks, the first licensed school marketplace in college sports, which will support Oregon student-athletes in maximizing name, image, and likeness op...


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October 25, 2021

Oregon Unveils Plan for Energy Efficient Indoor Practice Facility

The University of Oregon has just released plans for a 170,000 square-foot indoor practice facility to be built just west of Autzen Stadium, between Leo Harris Parkway and Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard. Current plans call for the facility to be...


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May 13, 2021

Mask Mandates Updated in Oregon After Runner Collapses

The Oregon Health Authority updated its mask guidance recently for non-contact sports following a high school runner collapsing during the home stretch of a race in Bend, OR. As part of the updated guidelines, those participating in non-contact sp...


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...