Girls basketball: South Medford holds off Canby in state quarterfinals rematch

Girls basketball: South Medford holds off Canby in state quarterfinals rematch

Last march, Canby crushed South Medford’s very realistic dreams of winning the state title. ...

Eddie Sanchez ends collegiate career as a league champion and Player of the Year

Eddie Sanchez ends collegiate career as a league champion and Player of the Year

University of Portland men’s soccer player Eddie Sanchez achieved individual success at the...

The Canby High senior class jumpstarts project to commemorate AJ Schlatter

The Canby High senior class jumpstarts project to commemorate AJ Schlatter

The 2016-17 senior class is the last remaining group of Canby High School students who can...

Cross-country: Thomas, Oakes and Cranston qualify for state

Cross-country: Thomas, Oakes and Cranston qualify for state

Heading into the summer training season, Canby cross-country runners established a set of goals...

Volleyball: Canby setter Macey Wright is the Cougars' glue

Volleyball: Canby setter Macey Wright is the Cougars' glue

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Volleyball: The Cougars reach the playoffs after amazing week

Volleyball: The Cougars reach the playoffs after amazing week

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Football: Tigard defeats Canby 35-7 in penultimate game of regular season

Football: Tigard defeats Canby 35-7 in penultimate game of regular season

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Boys soccer: The Cougars rise up one man down

Boys soccer: The Cougars rise up one man down

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CANBY FORD - Great deals can be yours at Canby Ford!Anyone who’s purchased a car knows just how arduous and confusing the process can be. The car market is vast and intimidating, and that doesn’t even begin to factor in those sellers who are more than happy to cut an unfair deal.

At Canby Ford, we want your car-buying experience to be as painless as possible. Whether you’re still on the hunt or you think you’ve already found the perfect car, here are 5 questions to ask during your search:

1.) How is it equipped?—Even if features such as cruise control or a sunroof are featured in a car’s ad listing, it’s good to double-check and confirm everything is in working order.

2.) Has the car been damaged?—If it’s a new car, it may have suffered damage during shipping, and if it’s used, you’ll want to find out its accident and repair record. Get any service records you can for the vehicle.

3.) How many previous owners?—Any vehicle that has had more than two owners is less than desirable; more owners can indicate reoccurring vehicle issues.

4.) Can I take a test drive?—Get inside and check how the seats feel, whether there is ample room, how the vehicle handles at low and high speeds, etc.

5.) Would I be happy with this car?—Ask yourself if you can really imagine yourself in a vehicle like this. If you can, you may have found your next car.

Canby Ford

24315 Hwy 99E, Canby, OR 97013

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Brought to you by Steve McLaren - McLarens Carpet One - CARPET INSIDER


MCLARENS CARPET ONE - Steve McLarenFirst thing to remember when getting ready for the holiday season: It’s about the spirit of the season and sharing it with family and friends. Decorating your home should add to the fun and spirit of the season; it should be something to look forward to and enjoy.

If the motivation is right, here are a few simple things to inspire your creativity:

  • As an alternative to garland, use standalone evergreens throughout your home to bring in the rich wintery green tones.
  • Hang matching wreathes in your windows to share the holiday spirit with those passing by.
  • Greet friends and family with a festive entryway decorated with simple items like garland, potted poinsettias, decorative holiday mat and cheerfully wrapped gift boxes.
  • Even a simple everyday meal can be dressed up with a few holiday-inspired elements like green ivy, pine cones or a crystal vase filled with candy canes or shiny ornaments.
  • Carry your decorating theme throughout home. Add red and green guest towels to the bathroom; holiday coffee mugs and dinner ware for festive meals; small Christmas trees in the bedrooms; seasonally inspired throw pillows for the sofa and the bedroom.
  • Keep your home smelling terrific by using potpourri, candles and nightlights with scents of the season.
  • Most important, relax and enjoy the holiday season with friends and family.
  • After the holiday season, visit us at McLarens Carpet One. We’ll show you how to freshen up your home with new flooring, counter tops and window coverings in the spring.

    McLarens Carpet One

    24403 S.Hwy 99E Canby

    503-266-4095

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    Brought to you by Tim Gustafson - Gustafson Insurance - INSURANCE INSIDER -


    GUSTAFSON INSURANCE - Tim GustafsonHave you ever had an important phone call or text message come through while you were behind the wheel? It's a common situation that many drivers face, and it can too easily result in dangerous distracted driving. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, at least eight people are killed and 1,161 are injured in crashes involving distracted drivers each day.

    The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration classifies driving distractions in three ways: visual (taking your eyes off the road), manual (taking your hands off the wheel), and cognitive (taking your mind off the act of driving). To stay safe, set some guidelines for yourself and other drivers in your family:

    Eat snacks and meals before you start driving.

    Never apply makeup, finish dressing or attempt grooming while driving.

    Avoid electronic distractions by mapping routes before you begin driving and disabling text and email push notifications on your phone.

    Use Bluetooth or other hands-free devices in an emergency.

    If you need to address a distraction, wait until you can pull over to a safe spot.

    Distracted Driving Laws

    Many states now have laws and regulations surrounding common driving distractions. As of September 2016, 14 states, the District of Columbia and three U.S. territories have banned the use of handheld cellphones by those who are behind the wheel, and 46 states as well as the District of Columbia have outlawed text messaging while driving.

    Gustafson Insurance

    541 NW 2nd Ave, Canby, OR 97013

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    Brought to you by Steve Vohs - Canby Builders Supply - HOME WINTERIZATION INSIDER


    CANBY BUILDERS SUPPLY - Steve Vohs Protect your family and home, plus, save money in the long run.

    Keep the cold out and the heat in––

  • Seal off drafty windows and patio doors with clear plastic.
  • Replace the weather stripping around doors.
  • Install foam insulators behind the face plates of light switches and electrical outlets on outside walls.
  • Install polystyrene inserts at foundation vent locations.
  • Install a dryer vent seal to prevent cold air from traveling back into your home.
  • Blanket your electric water heater with faced fiberglass insulation.
  • Wrap any hot water pipes that run through unheated areas of the house.
  • Insulate cold water pipes to prevent them from freezing in the winter.
  • Replace your furnace filter about every 3 months.
  • Replace worn or missing shingles.
  • Seal any cracks in the foundation of your house.
  • Don’t forget the yard––

  • Rake leaves, mulch flower beds and fertilize lawn for winter.
  • Clean out gutters.
  • Cap off water faucets to prevent freezing.
  • Cut off dead and overhanging tree limbs that could fall on the house or car.
  • Clean the chimney, seal gaps around the chimney flue and make sure no critters have made themselves a home there.
  • Family safety––

  • Install a carbon monoxide detector to guard against invisible, odorless gas leaks.
  • Replace batteries in smoke detector.
  • Don’t forget the birds––

  • Clean or replace bird feeders and stock up on bird feed and/or suet.
  • Canby Builders Supply

    102 S. Pine

    Canby, OR

    503-266-2244

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    Brought to you by Debbie Jewell - Canby Telcom/DirectLink - COMMUNICATIONS, CONNECTIVITY INSIDER


    CANBY TELCOM/DIRECTLINK - Debbie JewellOn November 1, 2016. Canby Telephone Association (dba Canby Telcom) and Mt Angel Telephone are becoming one and will assume a new name, DirectLink. Still the same excellent team of people serving you, still the same cooperative owned by you - our members, just with a new assumed business name and brand identity.

    Canby Telephone Association was formed over a century ago by Canby citizens to provide telephone service to an 84 square mile area of the city and rural homes and businesses. We are still committed to doing just that and more. Over time we have grown to so much more than a telephone company. We have expanded our footprint into Mt Angel, expanded our service offerings to include Internet, digital television and hosted IP voice systems for our local businesses and we developed a first in the US product, EZVideo, which is now being resold by other local independent and cooperative telephone companies in the Portland area.

    It is for these reasons along with the desire to gain efficiencies and continue a company culture of passion and innovation for the industry we work in, that we chose a name that represents our view of the future - providing our members a Link to the World. The name DirectLink, our tag line "we're here for you" and our new logo represent how we want to be viewed in the future. A company that is forward thinking, committed to our communities and one that provides the absolute best member service and support.

    We are very excited about our new name, brand and mission! With DirectLink you can continue to expect amazing people with strong local values. We’re your cooperative, your neighbors and your connection to the world.

    Canby Telcom

    190 SE 2nd Ave, Canby, OR 97013

    (503) 266-8111

    www.canbytel.com

    Brought to you by Ron and Barb Raines - Club Fit - FITNESS INSIDER -


    CLUB FIT - FROM LEFT: Ron and Barb RainesSitting is the new smoking. It seems like every day another study comes out announcing another ill-effect from prolonged periods of sitting: Sitting slows your metabolic rate, makes it harder to lose weight, and deteriorates your muscles. Luckily, working a desk job doesn’t have to mean spending your time sedentary. Here are 5 exercises to get you moving at work and reduce your sedentary time:

    1.) Shoulder Blade Squeezes—Squeeze your shoulder blades together for 10 seconds, release, and repeat to help improve your posture.

    2.) Coffee-Break Kickback—Balancing on 1 leg, lift your opposite leg straight back; Keep the lifted leg straight, and really try to focus on squeezing your glute and hip muscles on that side. Do 2 sets of 10 reps for each leg.

    3.) Desk Push-Up—Using your desk or a counter, place your hands shoulder-width apart, stick your legs out behind you, and perform ten pushups.

    4.) Squat and Sit—Whenever you return to your desk chair, perform 5 squats before sitting down. Put your feet shoulder width apart 6” in front of your chair, squat until your rear lightly touches your chair, and drive up through your heels to perform one rep.

    5.) Walking—Sometimes the simplest solutions are the best. Consider holding walking meetings; take the time to walk to a coworker’s desk instead of sending that email; head up the stairs instead of the elevator for your next meeting. Above all else, find ways to get moving!

    Club Fit

    365 S Redwood St, Canby, OR 97013

    (503) 266-6166

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    Brought to you by Dr. Kris Ritchey - Canby Clinic - PRIMARY CARE INSIDER -


    CANBY CLINIC - Dr. Kris RitcheyDoctors have known for over a hundred years that Vitamin D is important for building strong bones. But new research shows Vit D also supports your immune system, brain function, cardiovascular health, and has anti-cancer effects. In fact, it is now being used to prevent and treat many serious health problems: asthma, depression, allergies, multiple sclerosis, menstrual cramps, migraine’s, Crohn’s, high blood pressure, diabetes…. and the list goes on. Vitamin D like any other nutrient is not a miracle cure. It’s simply a nutrient most of us need to optimize our health and boost our immune system.

    Your body is designed to make Vit D when your skin is exposed to adequate amounts of sunlight. Certainly a challenge in the Pacific Northwest. Getting the proper dose through supplementation is a hot topic. Turns out the recommended daily intake (RDI) guidelines have proved to be too low.

    Last January, the U.S. Dietary Guidelines Advisory Committee and the FDA stated that 98% of Americans are Vit D deficient and classified it as a nutrient of concern. We’re awaiting new RDIs from the Institute of Medicine. In the meantime, monitoring your Vit D blood levels is the best guide we have.

    You can have your blood levels tested at Canby Clinic to see if you are deficient or in the danger zone. To set up an appointment, call (503) 266-7443 or visit us at 452 NW 1st Avenue in Canby.

    Canby Clinic

    452 NW 1st Ave, Canby, OR 97013

    (503) 266-7443

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    Brought to you by Dr. Alan Neal - Neal Family Dental - FAMILY DENTISTRY INSIDER -


    NEAL FAMILY DENTAL - Dr. Alan NealWith Halloween almost here, nearly 41 million trick-or-treaters in the United States will soon be in candy heaven, according to the U.S. Census Bureau. All that candy can be a Halloween nightmare for parents, but why not use it to your advantage? Halloween is a great time to establish good oral and physical health habits for years to come with your children. Here are 3 important lessons to learn from Halloween candy:

    1.) What you eat relates to oral health, not just physical health—When your children get home from trick-or-treating, it’s a good idea to go through their bags with them and sort out their candy together. Let them know that hard candies like jawbreakers and caramels and other sweets that stay in your mouth for a long time can erode tooth enamel and lead to cavities; encourage them to enjoy healthier treats instead.

    I think Halloween is a good time to reflect on nutritional and oral health. Americans consume over 150 lbs. of processed sugar per year. We are #2 in the world, the only country that has us beat is France--and most of their sugar consumption is in the form of chocolate. And their life expectancy is longer than ours; the French rank #9 and the US is #36 (Wikipedia).

    2.) Enjoy sweets in moderation—Eating candy should not be an all-day feast (although it would certainly be a delicious one). Sweets should be enjoyed in moderation, and Halloween is the perfect opportunity to teach your kids this key lesson. Create a “treat time” for eating Halloween candy each day; your kids will start thinking more healthily about treats, and their candy stash will last a lot longer this way (you know they’ll love that).

    3.) It’s time to brush up on your brushing habits—Brushing and flossing after treat time is crucial to your children’s teeth, so keep the treats coming with a new Halloween-themed toothbrush and new floss to help reinforce proper dental care habits. New brushes will keep brushing and flossing fun and help your kids develop good dental hygiene habits that can last a lifetime.

    I have great fun on Halloween: At my house we offer one bowl with candy and then we offer a toothbrush and toothpaste. Believe it or not, 9 out of 10 kids are super excited about the toothbrushes. I think Halloween is a good time to reinforce you can eat sugary candy in moderation but then practice oral hygiene afterward to negate the effects of sugar and cavities.

    While these Halloween “tricks” are a great place to start, you should work with your kids so that they continue to follow these recommendations throughout the year. Good oral health habits are a huge factor in your overall health, so take this opportunity to ensure your kids live a long and healthy life.

    Neal Family Dental

    333 NW 3rd Ave, Canby, OR 97013

    (503) 266-2705

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    Brought to you by Derrick Mottern - Canby Telcom - COMMUNICATIONS, CONNECTIVITY INSIDER


    CANBY TELCOM - Derrick MotternThe newly formed summer science, technology, engineering, art and math (STEAM) program for 3rd and 4th graders led by Eccles Elementary teacher, Adam Gingerich, is vital to our community. STEAM was created to not only show young students computer assembly skills but also to teach them what the technology is used for and how they can potentially impact the world. Allowing youngsters to learn through hands on technical training ensures that we have bright, passionate minds in the future that can apply these skills to just about any industry.

    As part of the curriculum STEAM students visited the Canby Telcom facilities. This trip allowed the kids to understand the equipment and dedication it takes to deliver next generation high-speed Internet, Video and Voice to our Members. We were able to show them how computers, networking and programming are applied and used in every facet of our daily lives to deliver these services and they were able to get some insight as to what may be coming next.

    CANBY TELCOM - STEAM offers kids hands-on technical training

    Our goal at Canby Telcom is to provide industry leading technology for our members and community. We are honored that we were able to sponsor and host such an amazing group of kids. We are passionate about investing in upcoming generations who possess the same hunger we have towards innovative thinking and state of the art, industry leading technology. Our hope is that some will continue down this path and may someday become a part of the Canby Telcom family.

    Canby Telcom

    190 SE 2nd Ave, Canby, OR 97013

    (503) 266-8111

    www.canbytel.com

    Brought to you by Steve McLaren - McLarens Carpet One - CARPET INSIDER


    MCLARENS CARPET ONE - Steve McLarenWow! It’s almost October. Not that long until the festive holiday season.

    It does sneak up on us. Before you start thinking about the holiday decorations you’ll be putting up, step back and look around.

    Do your rooms need some help before you put up those decorations?

  • Floors looking a bit tired and worn? Could your entry floor use some updating? How about the family room that gets so much use when friends and family gather?
  • What about the windows? When was the last time you updated the window treatments? Are your current window treatments energy efficient to help save on heating and cooling bills?
  • What about your countertops – tired of that old laminate countertop and boring backsplash?
  • You’ve got time to make some changes.

    Since last time you got new flooring, new flooring products have been developed that are perfect for an active family. INNOVIA EXTREME CLEAN carpet, made from natural-based fiber has total clean protection. Beverages, spills, even pet accidents clean up faster and more thoroughly. It will stand up to everything from little feet to big wheels, for years – and it’s on sale right now.

    Timing is perfect for looking into getting new Hunter Douglas energy efficient Duette® Honeycomb Shades. There are rebates going on right now from Hunter Douglas along with a federal tax rebate.

    You’ve got time to spruce up your home before holiday decorations go up. See the professional staff at McLarens Carpet One. They can guide you to the right products for your family and home.

    McLarens Carpet One

    24403 South Hwy 99 E, Canby, OR 97013

    503-266-4095

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    Brought to you by Eric Anderson - Canby Ford - AUTOMOTIVE INSIDER -


    CANBY FORD - Great deals can be yours at Canby Ford!At first glance, the 2017 Ford Fusion looks incredibly similar to the 2016 model. Peak inside, however, and you’ll see Ford has made big improvements to the Fusion’s interior and safety features.

    Inside the 2017 Fusion, a new rotary gear selector replaces the conventional handle shifter, creating a more open and inviting center console. Ford’s updated multimedia system, Sync 3, is now available on every trim but the base S model. Featuring improved usability and responsiveness in addition to Apple CarPlay and Android Auto support, Sync 3 allows you to seamlessly integrate your new Fusion into the rest of your life.

    When it comes to safety, the 2017 Fusion received the highest ratings possible in all of the IIHS’ categories. Perpendicular and park-out assist have been added to the optional park assist feature, which can already parallel park for drivers. The forward collision warning system with automatic emergency braking has been redesigned to detect pedestrians at low speeds, and lane departure and lane-keeping assist features are also available, making this the safest Fusion Ford has ever built.

    Under the hood, the 2.5L I-4 remains the base engine, but most owners will select from 3 EcoBoost (1.5L, 2.0L, and 2.7L) and 2 hybrid (2.0L, 2.0L Plug-In) engines. The only new engine option is the 2.7L V6 EcoBoost, available exclusively on the Sport model. With more power than anything else in its class, the Fusion Sport is a performance sedan in a midsize sedan’s body.

    To check out the new 2017 Ford Fusion, visit Canby Ford today!

    Canby Ford

    24315 Hwy 99E, Canby, OR 97013

    (503) 266-2097

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    Brought to you by Tim Gustafson - Gustafson Insurance - INSURANCE INSIDER -


    GUSTAFSON INSURANCE - Tim GustafsonFor many of us, our home is the most comfortable place to be. We can relax and unwind from a long day and enjoy ourselves however we like. But sometimes we get a little too comfortable and neglect important issues that should be addressed right away. Don't let that happen; avoid these homeowner mistakes:

    Ignoring a Rodent Problem: Mice and other rodents are notorious for chewing the protective sheathing off electrical wires, leaving the underlying heated metal exposed. Unprotected electrical wiring can lead to short circuiting and sparks. By ignoring the problem, you run the risk of a potential house fire.

    Assuming All Repairs Are DIY: You might think you're saving money by tackling your home repairs, but you could be putting yourself in danger or creating a bigger problem. In fact, more than a dozen jobs are flat out illegal to complete on your own. Stay safe and leave the risky projects like HVAC and electrical work to the professionals.

    Overloading Power Strips and Outlets: As we continue to use electronic devices to simplify our lives, we have a greater need for power. But when we overload outlets and power strips with these high-voltage devices, we create hazardous situations. You can help prevent electrical fires by avoiding dangerous overcrowding and choosing strips that include a circuit breaker and an Underwriters Laboratories (UL) seal.

    Gustafson Insurance

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    Canby's Sports

    SUBMITTED PHOTO: MIKE GIBSON - Canby players celebrate following the big win.
    November 23, 2016

    Canby youth football team captures league crown

    by Corey Buchanan
    The Canby youth football junior varsity team captured the Tualatin Valley Youth Football League championship – defeating Tualatin 47-34 victory in the finals Saturday, Nov. 12 at Pioneer…
    SPOKESMAN PHOTO: COREY BUCHANAN  - Wilsonville running back Trevor Antonson scampers toward the sideline on a pass play.
    November 21, 2016

    Week 12's top five: A look back at the five biggest football…

    by Miles Vance
    Class 6A winners include West Linn, Clackamas, Tigard and Central Catholic
    TIMES PHOTO: DAN BROOD - Tigard senior linebacker Justin Lyons puts his arms in the air following the Tigers' 27-0 win over Sheldonon Friday in the Class 6A state quarterfinals.
    November 19, 2016

    Check out our best photos from Week 12 of the 2016 high school…

    by Miles Vance
    The Class 6A state quarterfinals yielded some amazing results and photos


    TIMES PHOTO: MILES VANCE - Central Catholic's Ethan Gallant (No. 54) points downfield after Michael Abraham's fumble recovery at the end of his team's 21-9 victory at Jesuit High School in the Class 6A state quarterfinals on Friday night.
    November 18, 2016

    Week 12 high school football scores are here

    by Miles Vance
    Upsets by Tigard and Central Catholic highlight the Friday results
    PAMPLIN MEDIA GROUP: MILES VANCE - Central Catholic's Cesar Rojas celebrates at the end of his team's 21-9 victory at Jesuit in the Class 6A  quarterfinals on Friday night.
    November 18, 2016

    Central Catholic upsets Jesuit 21-9 in state quarterfinals

    by Miles Vance
    The Central Catholic football team had waited a long time for this one. After ending up on the wrong end of a 56-19 shellacking at the hands of Jesuit back on Sept. 9, the Rams just kept…
    TIMES PHOTO: MILES VANCE - Beaverton's Carson Crawford, the Metro League's Offensive Player of the Year, leads the Beavers into action at Clackamas at 7 p.m. tonight.
    November 18, 2016

    High school football even bigger in Week 12 of the 2016 season

    by Miles Vance
    Class 6A's top teams teams roll into the state quarterfinals tonight
    HERALD PHOTO: COREY BUCHANAN - Canby senior girls soccer player Kyra Mull commits to the Oregon Institute of Technology.
    November 18, 2016

    Girls soccer: Canby senior Kyra Mull commits to Oregon Institute…

    by Corey Buchanan
    Last summer, Oregon Institute of Technology women’s soccer coach Brandon Porter noticed one player at an Oregon State University camp display a natural blend of athleticism and awareness. His…
    November 17, 2016

    The OSAA releases early proposals for potential realignment

    by Corey Buchanan
    Proposals place Canby in 5A in both the five classification and six classification models The Oregon School Activities Association recently released two draft proposals for potential realignment…
    SUBMITTED PHOTO: GONZAGA UNIVERSITY - Canby High 2013 graduate Karley Baggerly (right) played her final game for Gonzaga University earlier this month and plans to play professional soccer.
    November 17, 2016

    Karley Baggerly reflects on Gonzaga career and looks toward the…

    by Corey Buchanan
    The Canby graduate and Gonzaga University soccer player plans to play professionally Crammed into a hotel room in Provo, Utah following a loss to Brigham Young in the final game of their college…
    SPOKESMAN PHOTO: COREY BUCHANAN - Wilsonville receiver Harrison Steiger, who snagged three huge receptions on the Wildcats' final drive, lunges past the goal line on a play that would be called back due to a penalty.
    November 14, 2016

    Week 11's top five: A look back at the five biggest football…

    by Miles Vance
    Oregon's best go for it in round two and quarterfinal contests

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    REVIEW PHOTO: JIM BESEDA - No. 12 West Salem running back Noah Whitaker and the Titans roll into Beaverton tonight to face the fifth-ranked Beavers at Beaverton high school at 7 p.m.
    Nov 11, 2016

    High school football playoffs continue in Week 11 of the 2016…

    by Miles Vance
    Week 2 of the playoffs promises more thrilling action
    SUBMITTED PHOTO: GREG DINSE - Emilee Carr (middle) and friends pose for a photo at Carr's letter of intent signing.
    Nov 09, 2016

    Canby girls soccer: Senior Emilee Carr signs with Warner-Pacific

    by Corey Buchanan
    With her future uncertain, a spur of the moment visit led Emilee Carr down the path toward clarity. Carr had received interest from Warner-Pacific College but the Canby High senior girls soccer…
    HERALD PHOTO: COREY BUCHANAN - Canby senior Kyra Mull was selected to the All-Three Rivers League First Team.
    Nov 09, 2016

    Girls soccer: Kyra Mull and others garner all-league accolades

    by Corey Buchanan
    Senior midfielder Kyra Mull and three other Canby girls soccer players received All-Three Rivers League honors. Mull earned First Team All-League honors while senior defender Tia Elder, senior…
    SUBMITTED PHOTO: BOB WEBBER - Canby runners Neal Cranston (middle, left), Tristan Oakes (middle, right) and Cole Thomas (right) pose for a photo with coach Tom Millbrooke after the 6A boys Oregon State Championships race.
    Nov 09, 2016

    Cross-country: Tristan Oakes and Cole Thomas nearly finish…

    by Corey Buchanan
    The largest contingent of Canby runners competing in the boys cross-country state championship race in a decade trudged through the damp conditions at Lane Community College in Eugene Saturday,…
    HERALD FILE PHOTO: COREY BUCHANAN - Canby senior setter Macey Wright earned the highest indlvidual honor given by the Three Rivers League.
    Nov 09, 2016

    Volleyball: Macey Wright wins League Player of the Year award

    by Corey Buchanan
    Four Canby volleyball players garner all-league honors Three Rivers League coaches voted Canby senior setter Macey Wright the League Player of the Year and also recognized three other Canby…
    Nov 09, 2016

    Football: Three Canby players earn all-league awards on both…

    by Corey Buchanan
    Taylor Mottern, Austin Kirkwood and Jacob Huggins receive recognition from Three Rivers League coaches
    TIMES PHOTO: MILES VANCE - Beaverton's Anthony Albright floats into the end zone during his team's 63-26 win over Grant in the first round of the Class 6A state playoffs at Beaverton High School.
    Nov 07, 2016

    Friday's top five: A look at the five biggest football games…

    by Miles Vance
    Week one of the 2016 state playoffs is in the book
    TIMES PHOTO: DAN BROOD - Tigard senior Aksel Thorsfeldt had both an interception return and a reception for a touchdown in the Tigers' 58-28 win over McNary.
    Nov 05, 2016

    Check out our best photos from Week 10 of the 2016 high school…

    by Miles Vance
    Oregon high school football playoff action
    REVIEW PHOTO: JAIME VALDEZ  - Clackamas wide receiver Cole Turner runs by Tualatin defensive lineman Garret Boespflug in the first half of the two team's game in the first round of the Class 6A state playoffs at Clackamas High School on Friday.
    Nov 04, 2016

    Week 10 high school football scores are here

    by Miles Vance
    Week 10 high school football scores and standings
    TIMES PHOTO: MILES VANCE - Beaverton quarterback Carson Crawford and the No. 5 Beavers will be back in action tonight when they host Grant at 7 p.m. in the first round of the Class 6A state playoffs.
    Nov 04, 2016

    High school football rolls into the playoffs in Week Ten of the…

    by Miles Vance
    The state's best teams roll into the first round of the second season