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When it comes to the kids, we’ve got you covered

I’ve walked 18 holes stride-for-stride inside the ropes with the greatest golfer who ever lived, shared a hot-air balloon with the sport’s all-time most popular player, and interviewed the game’s most dominant female star at a Las Vegas blackjack table. But covering the kids is where it's at.

Ex-Taft star Fisher learns how strong legs run so weak legs can walk

"I learned how much this game really helped the kids in the Shriners hospital," Fisher said after joining approximately 55 of the state's best small-school athletes for the annual contest as a representative of the West.

Dear Mom and Dad: Cool it!

The parents of high school student-athletes in our communities are not only causing a stir, they also are causing a problem.

TAFT TEAM PAGE: Meet the Tigers

Team photos courtesy COHEN & PARK PORTRAIT STUDIO

Taft High’s Longo resigns as first-year athletic director/vice principal

Aaron Longo has resigned as Taft High 7-12 assistant principal and athletic director, Principal Nick Lupo confirmed early Friday.

It’s country and football first for Taft High grad Wilkinson

Son of retired longtime Taft High teachers Jack and Kristin Wilkinson, the 27-year-old “Johnny Wilk,” as he is best known by his friends, was born in Lincoln City on Sept. 25, 1991, and lived here his entire life until he left to spend four years in the Navy.

Homepage offers title sponsorship, donates proceeds to Taft athletics

Lincoln City Homepage is proud to announce that bidding is open on the sale of title sponsorship of advertising space for publication of the Taft High 7-12 winter sports schedule, with all proceeds benefiting the Taft Booster Club.

New sports columnist to enliven Homepage

Lincoln City Homepage is excited to announce Taft High graduate and former multi-sports star Seth Steere as its new chief columnist touching on local and national youth, college and professional sports.

Taft High turns into sports playground with three Tuesday events

In what amounts to a three-ring sports circus of sorts, Taft High athletes will dominate the local entertainment landscape Tuesday afternoon when the Tigers baseball, softball and track and field teams compete in home competition in Lincoln City.

Taft boys, girls race past league foes in Dayton

Taft High won seven events Thursday to capture both the boys and girls competition in the West Valley League’s Dayton Invitational track and field meet.

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