CORVALLIS – At a position that is as deep as it’s been at Oregon State in several years, one of the team’s smallest receivers is making a big impression. Tyjon Lindsey, a four-star high school recruit who transferred from Nebraska in 2018, has been a fringe performer for the Beavers the past two years. But the 5-foot-9, 173-pound Lindsey appears ready for a sizable role in 2021 based on his ...
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Oregon State wide receiver Tyjon Lindsey (1) catches a pass in warmups before a game against Utah last December in Salt Lake City.
Oregon State wide receiver Tyjon Lindsey (1) runs the ball during a game against Oregon in Corvallis last November. Oregon State won 41-38.
WALLOWA — Firefighters and trucks from agencies all over Oregon converged on Wallowa on Saturday evening, July 17, to make plans to take over fighting the approximately 11,000-acre Elbow Creek Fire in northern Wallowa County the following morning.
HERMISTON — The Hermiston High School boys basketball team has gone through its share of coaches as of late. The hiring of Romaine Smith makes…