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EVERETT, Wash. — Snohomish County health officials confirmed a case of the COVID-19, the novel coronavirus, in an Everett Community College student Thursday, prompting an immediate closure of the school’s campus and all facilities, and the indefinite postponement of the Northwest Athletic Co…

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The Umpqua Community College baseball team split a nonleague doubleheader with Olympic College on Sunday at Bill Gray Stadium at Champion Car Wash Field, winning the opener 5-4 and losing the nightcap 8-4.

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WINCHESTER — After falling into a 13-point hole early in the second half, the Umpqua Riverhawks rallied to take the lead late but were unable to hold on as the Chemeketa Storm escaped the UCC gym with a much-needed 94-91 Northwest Athletic Conference South Region men’s basketball victory Sat…

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WINCHESTER — The Umpqua Community College women’s and men’s basketball teams have already clinched berths in their respective Northwest Athletic Conference tournaments.

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COOS BAY — Umpqua Community College wrestlers Jayden de Fond, Logan Folsom and Caleb Werner qualified for the National Junior College Athletic Association Championships in the Region 18 tournament on Sunday at Southwestern Oregon Community College.

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Reserve Akoi Yuot led six Umpqua players in double figures with 22 points and the No. 7 Riverhawks picked up a 94-83 win over Mt. Hood on Saturday in a Northwest Athletic Conference South Region game in Gresham.

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WINCHESTER — The top-ranked Umpqua Community College women’s basketball team overcame mental mistakes in a conference game against Linn-Benton Wednesday to clinch a berth in the Northwest Athletic Conference championship tournament for a sixth consecutive season.

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The third-ranked Umpqua Riverhawks shot themselves out of a tie for first place in the Northwest Athletic Conference South Region standings, hitting only 6-of-22 3-point attempts in an 84-83 loss to Portland Saturday at Harold C. Williams Court in Portland.